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Old 16th June 2006, 11:46 PM   #1
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Default The metal thread!

Well i browse this music forum from time to time, and there seems to be very little people talking about metal! so ive decided to start this thread, where we metalheads can congregate, say what were currently listening to most, and reccomend bands for other people.

i dont know if this will work but i feel ill give it a try, so ill start you off

ive currently been listening to alot of amon amarth, theyre a viking metal band from sweden, some songs you guys should check out are "death in fire" or "pursuit of vikings". Also been listening to alot of early in flames stuff, particularly the song december flower off jesters race, as a guitar player you GOTTA love that solo. also kind of cursious to get more into black metal, the only black metal i lsiten to these days is dimmu borgir, old mans child(very similar to dimmu in some respects) and behemoth.

so yeah talk away

and for you "older" children, bathory, WASP, mayhem, ministry and metallica, all that stuff is considered metal too, this thread is VERY broad(ill even permit nu-metal)

also for peoepl who reccomend bands, remember, www.pandora.com is your friend! very easy and fast way of checking out a band.
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Old 16th June 2006, 11:51 PM   #2
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How about Alice Cooper?
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Old 16th June 2006, 11:53 PM   #3
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...and for you "older" children, bathory, WASP, mayhem, ministry and metallica, all that stuff is considered metal too...
Young upstarts. What about Iron Maiden, Alice Cooper, Kiss, or Judas Priest? British Steel, now there was an album. Gosh, I'm getting old.
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Old 17th June 2006, 12:07 AM   #5
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Slayer anyone? They brought out something more recently too but I can't remember it, should have bought it when I had the chance.

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Old 17th June 2006, 12:35 AM   #6
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In black metal South American and Eastern Europe bands rule: Alastor - Sanguinary Embryo, Tymah, Trollech, Stiný Plamenú, Tvangeste, Vokodlok, Negura Bunget, Bestia. Of course I like Scandinavian metal but lately I have found the material from bands outside the northern europe more inspiring. "Viking metal" - it´s good. I like Amon Amarth as well but also I like very much of "pagan" metal like Moonsorrow, Finntroll, Skyforger, Korpiklaani or similar. Then there´s bands like Arckanum, Nargaroth, Funeris Nocturnum, Impaled Nazarene, Anaal Nathrakh, Bestial Mockery, Bal-Sagoth, Ulver, Alghazanth, Epoch of Unlight, Darkthrone, Immortal, Horna, Emperor, Satyricon, Setherial, Thyrane, Catamenia and a too numerous group of other great bands to mention here.
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it all counts! if its metal its good, although alice cooper is more hard rock...IMO...its more metal than korn is.

also i saw fintroll live when they were still with wilska as their singer, pretty ******* sweet, the crowd was so into it.

also the old bathory viking stuff is pretty sweet. they have the "one rode to asa bay" music video on youtube its literally just Quorthon and his friends with a video camera hahaha.

also, as long as you feel that its "metal" than its good, i jstu dont want people coming in here and talking abotu evanescence or linkin park.

also just as a side note, i forgotto metnion that ive been listening to alot of Death recently(although i prefer their newer more melodic stuff), the double bass in that stuff is INSANE fast.
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Ok, I got to admit it; I love the metal but I really don't recognize any of the bands you mention and "black" metal? what the heck is that.

Favorite metal over time for me was as follows: Aerosmith-->Van Halen-->Iron Maiden-->Metallica-->Rage Against The Machine--> Tool --> Disturbed--->System of a Down

Also gotta say I've spent lifetimes in the '80s with that breed of metal and hair metal; spinning black vinyl- Ratt, Judas Priest, Dokken, Skid Row, BOC, AC/DC, etc.... sad sad sad but fun at the time.
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Metallica,Pantera,Tool,Megadeth,White/Rob Zombie...

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