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Old 2006-07-05, 04:55   Link #21
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Metal's the genre I listen to the most, but I don't like too hardcore stuff, I like Metal bands that can play, have good vocals and awesome lyrics, Slipknot, KoRn, BFMV and Metallica are my favourite bands.
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Old 2006-07-05, 06:35   Link #22
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yo, i am indeed a metal head, or at least i used to listen to a lot of metal music, i have stopped listening to it for a bit, but i still like bands such as trivium, disturbed, underoath, alexisonfire and soilwork.
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Old 2006-11-20, 22:19   Link #23
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i was just wondering who all here likes metal

My favorite Bands are Lamb of God, Dragon lord and Face of reality

what is your favorite metal band?
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Old 2006-11-21, 03:16   Link #24
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I used to be really into metal, but right now it's my Dir en grey phase. xD;
My favourite metal bands are Nightwish, Sonata Arctica, Children of Bodom, Ayreon and Freak Kitchen.
I love me my prog and power.
And I remember really liking Green Carnation, but I don't remember anything about them anymore x_x;;;
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Old 2006-11-21, 07:56   Link #25
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I do listen to metal bands sometimes, but I am not that into it... I've listened to quite a few bands, and I liked few out of them. Anyway, my favorites are Opeth and Orphaned Land (well, I am israeli, and they're surprisingly good- they combine Hebrew, Arabic and English, as well as references to the bible and the Koran. They even have some eastern instruments which aren't frequently used at all in that kind of music- and you can't help but enjoy it, since everything is done so well. An excellent Doom Metal band, in my opinion). Slayer is pretty good, also, though I haven't listened to many albums of theirs.
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Old 2006-11-21, 12:07   Link #26
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Most japanese (is "japanese" really that hard to type instead of a racial slur?) bands do a wide spectrum of music -- some metal some pop etc etc.
I'll check out Romantic Gorilla though - might be interesting.
In general, it is kind of tough to pick out specific bands rather than a particular piece because of their tendency to do a broad range of music. As far as US/Euro music, I'm more a fan of the "classical" metal from the 70s and 80s though some of the recent metal I'm hearing is improving after a long spell of "da stupid" (starting to hear strains of some music theory skills in certain groups). Lately I'm getting seriously pissed at music stations that fail to identify groups and track titles so they can hurry to the commercial.

I also find it kind of odd to be discussing general music in a forum oriented towards japanese entertainment and asked the mods in an earlier hiphop thread .... but they don't seem to care about the subforum contents as long as a flamefest doesn't break out.
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Old 2007-11-26, 20:05   Link #27
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Any1 into Metal/Rock over here???

or are you ALL into JPOP ??? If you are into Metal/Rock. What band are you luv'in at the moment?

For me it has to be Static-X, Demon hunter and Serj Tankians new album woohoo!
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Old 2007-11-26, 20:34   Link #28
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what's wrong with J-Pop?

in any case, i love both metal and rock, my favorite songs/bands ranging from the Beatles to Sepultura.
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Old 2007-11-26, 23:26   Link #29
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Disturbed, 3 Days Grace and Mudvayne make good bleach AMVs
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Old 2007-11-27, 06:33   Link #30
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I got Children of Bodom, Melechesh, Lamb of God, Judas Iscariot, Slipknot, Disturbed and Marduk.
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Old 2007-11-27, 15:33   Link #31
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Hmmm..
Currently i'm into Dragonforce, Kamelot, Nightwish, D'espairsRay, X Japan, and Galneryus.
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Old 2007-11-27, 19:32   Link #32
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I'm not that in to Metal, but I like In Flames, Every Time I Die, and Lamb of God.

Sometimes I listen to Dragonforce when I want to laugh a little bit.
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Old 2007-11-27, 22:23   Link #33
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Dragonforce, Lamb of god, As I lay dying, Slipknot, Disturbed, Amon Amarth, Demon hunter, Static-X, Into Eternity, and many more want me to go on???

(and I love all kinds of music im just a HUGE metal head
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Old 2007-11-28, 09:29   Link #34
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Metalhead reporting in o/. I listen to all kinds of metal but mostly death- and thrash metal. Lots of great bands, too many to list them all but I'll mention a few: Aborted, Cryptopsy, Nile, Deathchain, Sotajumala, Exodus, Terror 2000, Amon Amarth and so on.

Someone asked for Japanese metal.. Only one I can remember for now is Skull fuck . I personally don't like the band but the idea of a death metal band made of only women is pretty nice, haha. There should be some videos on youtube from their gigs.
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Old 2007-11-28, 15:40   Link #35
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It is weird how there are so many "great" bands that I have heard nothing about. I also didn't know that metal was still living, considering that a great majority of the greatest metal albums was recorded in the previous century. Anyway, I should return to my nonvocational study of underrated great bands from the past.
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Old 2007-11-29, 04:56   Link #36
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"Heavy Metal 'Till I Die!" is my moto. I mostly like euro-metal, like Arch-Enemy, Lacuna Coil, Rotting Christ, The Gathering, Anathema etc... From us-metal I like Slayer, Pantera, Iced Earth (pre-horror show), System of a Down, Fates Warning, Dream Theatre...

I'm also not embarased to admit that I like the more mainstream stuff like Him, Evanescence, Linkin Park and Papa Roach. If they're rockin' then I'm rockin' with 'em!
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Old 2007-11-29, 18:46   Link #37
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It is weird how there are so many "great" bands that I have heard nothing about. I also didn't know that metal was still living, considering that a great majority of the greatest metal albums was recorded in the previous century. Anyway, I should return to my nonvocational study of underrated great bands from the past.
mm... generally, most people (the younger generation today) won't know the older bands since you wouldn't see them on tv and radio these days (at least from where I'm from). It's all mainstream bands I see on MTV when I take a peek.

Honestly I wouldn't be listening to metal right now if a friend didn't send me a mp3 file of Metallica's Master of Puppets, or my dad not showing me Led Zeppelin.

Right now: listening to Mötley Crüe: Kickstart My Heart. Great stuff to listen to when waking up~
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Old 2007-11-29, 21:29   Link #38
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mm... generally, most people (the younger generation today) won't know the older bands since you wouldn't see them on tv and radio these days (at least from where I'm from). It's all mainstream bands I see on MTV when I take a peek.

Honestly I wouldn't be listening to metal right now if a friend didn't send me a mp3 file of Metallica's Master of Puppets, or my dad not showing me Led Zeppelin.

Right now: listening to Mötley Crüe: Kickstart My Heart. Great stuff to listen to when waking up~
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classic metal is Great im so sad that Kevin DuBrow died..........a tear for a great loss to metal
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Old 2007-11-29, 23:53   Link #39
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mm... generally, most people (the younger generation today) won't know the older bands since you wouldn't see them on tv and radio these days (at least from where I'm from). It's all mainstream bands I see on MTV when I take a peek.
Depends on what kind of older music you are talking about. I cannot say this in general, but in US, there are a lot classic rock radios. And, I have suspicions that the younger generation would consider those radios as something to listen to (Well, if they come across southern rock most of the time - which is the case in many places -, I can hardly blame them, even I got bored of them after some time and gave a forced break to that style).

Some go mostly harder (Ozzy), some go mostly softer (Elton John). But, still you can get to hear a lot of great songs from the past (Zeppelin, Sabbath, Deep Purple, Kiss, Rush, Rainbow, Guns n Roses, AC/DC, Van Halen, i.e., birth and death of classic rock and transition to other styles, are being played in I guess all of them).
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Old 2007-11-30, 00:16   Link #40
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Heavy Metal, not so much. Love Symphonic Metal, Nightwish, Within Temptation, etc.
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