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Move over Tomas Haake

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plexi59

Guest

Good lord. Apologies for the song title to those sensitive to that kind of thing.
 

chris

Legend!
hmm, this isn't really Thomas' style. it's more like move over David Diepold


i don't know tho. david's great ;)
 
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plexi59

Guest
I associate Haake with fancy footwork more than anything else, and those 32nd note double bass bursts don't seem humanly possible TBH. If it wasn't for the bass drum camera, I'd think they're fake. I like the tone of his snare as well - very machine gun like. Ususally when metal drummers try to do blast beats, it feels like they're uneven and out of sync with the rest of the band. This dude bangs it out like a robot, dead on.
 
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plexi59

Guest
Meshuggah is the only band I can think of that I will listen to just for the drum parts. Sublime work.
 

MetalSlab

Inspired
Cool clip, but I think you called out the wrong drummer - This is not relevant to Tomas.

Try George Kollias (not that I think he would have to qualify his technical proficiency to us mere mortals).
 
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