Metalhead Brothers React To Jinjer Teacher Teacher

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  • Published on Jun 9, 2019
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  • John Bouche
    John Bouche 3 months ago

    These dudes are frickin whacked

  • Michael Farmer
    Michael Farmer 4 months ago

    I need to check out Jinjer "Captain Clock" live from Resurrection Fest.

  • Travis B
    Travis B 4 months ago

    ugh, "people" who wear sunglasses inside. Don't try too hard bro.

  • vidopliasov
    vidopliasov 4 months ago +1

    Бля, яка Молдова? Застрелите этих молодцов!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Chad Campbell
    Chad Campbell 4 months ago

    def should watch their live show from Resurrection Fest 2018. Maybe even do a full reaction to it....its about 38 minutes long.

  • Anon Nymous
    Anon Nymous 4 months ago +11

    Let me start by saying, I'm NOT a metalhead. I'm not into modern metal AT ALL. I was raised on punk/hardcore, and, some jazz/fusion stuff. But, I LOVE Jinjer. They're the first band is at least a decade that's been different, and, exciting enough to catch my interest. Their talent, technical skill, and, the depth, and, diversity of their influences makes for an incredible band. Eugene, the bassist, cites Jaco Pastorius, and, Victor Wooten as his big influences, and, it really shows in his style. And, Tatiana is just a vocal powerhouse, and, a brilliant lyricist. They also seem in interviews to be very humble, intelligent, cool people. No rockstar, douchey attitudes. That goes a long way with me, coming from the punk scene. Also, they're currently working on a new LP, and, then, they're touring North America this fall. I've already got tickets to see them in Philly.

    • Temp Sitch
      Temp Sitch 3 months ago +1

      Anon Nymous Dude, don't mix your commas and "and's".

  • Vladimir Akimov
    Vladimir Akimov 4 months ago +3

    Yes, they like to add some parts and references to other genres. And it is interesting to try to guess what genre exactly each particular reference is about. For some of such references you can see

    JINJER - Who Is Gonna Be The One (Live)

    For smth completely different

    JINJER - Beggar's Dance

  • Jeffrey Fisher
    Jeffrey Fisher 4 months ago +1

    I'd check out a concert video, especially Who Is Gonna Be The One ru-clip.com/video/U6rv5qi8-8s/video.html or Captain Clock at Resurrection Fest ru-clip.com/video/ArXkEjGvoLc/video.html. As to their influences, they have hip hop influences in a lot of their songs, and there is even an old video (back when they had 2 guitarists) where they turn Who Is Gonna Be The One into a rock rap song by playing it a bit faster and Tati rapping the lyrics - pretty badass. Otep was Tati's original inspiration to learn to growl, btw.

    A great full album to check out if you haven't heard it before is Operation Mindcrime by Queensryche - it is one of the best concept albums in metal history and every single song on the album is a masterpiece.

  • William Duckett
    William Duckett 4 months ago +14

    If you are only familiar with 4 songs from Jinjer, it's time to do a deep dive, because they literally don't have a bad song!

    • Edmund S
      Edmund S 4 months ago +1

      @Neal No no no. How dare you agree to disagree. Don't you know you're on the internet and a simple matter of differing tastes should lead into insults, name calling and threats of violence. How long have you guys been online for?!? This is no place for civilized conversation. /s

    • Neal
      Neal 4 months ago +2

      @William Duckett Fair enough

    • William Duckett
      William Duckett 4 months ago +2

      @Neal hyperbole?
      I think you mean "opinion". I actually like "Waltz". My least favorite song from Jinjer is "Bad Water", but I think it is a really good song. My opinion is that they don't have a single bad song. That's not exaggeration or embellishment. Just my humble opinion.

    • Jeffrey Fisher
      Jeffrey Fisher 4 months ago +2

      @Neal yeah not that fond of Waltz. I mostly only count the ones since Cloud Factory, though I'm happy to count the good ones before Cloud Factory haha. But I see people request Waltz for reactions. Then again I'm not that fond of Teacher teacher, which is...not a popular opinion. :p

    • Neal
      Neal 4 months ago

      Well, I wouldn't go that far, that's hyperbole. All bands have a bad song or two. For me it's Waltz from their 1st album. But other than that one, everything else is amazing.

  • Ingvar
    Ingvar 4 months ago +4

    Gotta love the insanely low bass/guitar tuning in this video. You can actually hear and see the strings rattling at the end of each phrase in the intro section or the intermissions, before she goes into scream mode.

    • Module79L
      Module79L 4 months ago +1

      @Ingvar - Considering that many bands who play in a style similar to theirs tune even lower, drop A is not that low. And Jinjer are not a core Progressive band.

    • Ingvar
      Ingvar 4 months ago

      @Module79L most progressive bands mostly keep it down to a C or so.. yeah low.

    • Module79L
      Module79L 4 months ago +1

      It's not "insanely" low, it's just drop A, which is basically the standard B tuning (or baritone) with the lower string dropped a full step. ; )

  • Kinda LikeChicken
    Kinda LikeChicken 4 months ago +4

    For a full album, Jinjer's Cloud Factory is a must.

    • Neal
      Neal 4 months ago

      It's a masterpiece in my opinion.

  • Ville Alakörkkö
    Ville Alakörkkö 4 months ago +8

    Best song from Jinjer.