The best DnB drumming I've ever heard possibly

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  1. RevTech

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  2. ThePapa

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    Boooyaa! Straight up battle between these two imo...US vs UK?

    Yer man Jojo



    Vs Jungle Drummer

     
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    My drum teacher tried teaching me to play dnb on the drums. It wasnt the easiest thing ive done thats for sure.
     
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    sounds like the same kit
     
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  6. Fire starter

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    This is only mediocre at best . He has nothing on the majority of death metal / grindcore drummers.
     
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    Forau CONCUSSION RECS

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    You cant compare 2 completely different genre's like that :/
     
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    KJ Sawka >>>>> all other D&B drummers
     
  9. Fire starter

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    I weren't comparing genres . Just the drummers .
    My mate who is a really talented metal drummer is going to be taking up jungle drumming. I would like to bet a handsome sum of money that he'd own this guy
     
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    Got any vids?




    Also...arent you a bit too old to have a fringe Fiyah?






























    :lol:
     
  11. Sweaty Teddy

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    Some metal drummers are truely outstanding and could wipe the floor with this guy but a lot of them just go as fast as the possibly can and go crazy with blast beats and the double pedal which to me doesn't = a good drummer.



    Drummer of this band is amazing, loads of time sig changes and just crazy shit.
     
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    His first jungle drumming performance will be at one my bass op event s. In June along (main headliner will nicky black Market)
    So I will record him then and upload to YouTube .

    And yeah I used to have a fringe back in the day. Up untill the age of 16/17.
    I used to get so much more pussy when I had long hair. I would grow it back if I didn't have to go through the whole between stage were you look all scruffy and gay
     
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    Yeah true that. I should of worded the sentence a bit better, but you get what I'm saying.


    Sikth are an amazing band. The whole band is very technical not just the drummer.
    My sisters mate did some session guitar work for one of there albums a quite a few years back.
     
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    Is Skith an emo thing?




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    I vote we turn this into a Nicky Blackmarket thread...


     
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    Yeah I've been trying to learn Scent of the obscene on guitar it isn't very easy haha. Must be pretty good to have done session work on their album, shame they've split up now :(
     
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    Should be against the rules to put the word 'drumming' in the title of a thread...
     
  20. dose.bs1

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    This is my mate whos been at it a while, hes ok, getting better!

     
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