Any heavy metal fans here?? If so, what are your fave bands?

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16 Mar 2010, 8:58 am

Iron Maiden, Megadeth (the old). I also liked Bruce Dickinson when he was solo (Chemical Wedding). Up the Irons!



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24 Mar 2010, 12:40 am

I don't really care for subgenre labels. Let's just say really heavy and fast stuff, sometimes with a dark sense of humor.

Brain Drill
Deeds Of Flesh
Nile
Dying Fetus
Guttural Secrete
Disfiguring the Goddess

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXqSa7_5pSs[/youtube]


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24 Mar 2010, 2:20 am

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24 Mar 2010, 3:50 pm

I'm not as big of Metal fan these days I used to be, but I do still listen to it on occasion. In no real order:
Ministry (mostly Older stuff, though I like their recent works as well)
Blind Guardian
Hammerfall
Carcass
Naplam Death
Godflesh
Lake of Tears
Children of Bodom
GWAR (you don't know the meaning of metal till you see these guys live)
Dimmu Borgir (older)
Danzig
Morbid Angel
Iced Earth
Skrew
Behemoth
God Dethroned
Tiamat
etc etc



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24 Mar 2010, 3:54 pm

RaizTheCraZe wrote:
Ensiferum (top favorite)
Celldweller (top favorite as well, best artist out there)


Wow, I had almost forgotten about Celldweller until you mentioned it here. I was big fan when their first album came out ages ago, and I liked Klay's old group Circle of Dust. I kind of stopped following them after I got tired of waiting for the 2nd album to come out, are they still putting stuff out?



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24 Mar 2010, 5:30 pm

Megadeth, Pantera, Slayer, Anthrax, Metallica, Motorhead, Testament, Exodus, Black Sabbath, Fear Factory, Venom...


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24 Mar 2010, 5:47 pm

Let's see...

Man Must Die
Amon Amarth
Dying Fetus
Ahab
Fear Factory
Slayer
Metallica


Those are the major ones



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29 Mar 2010, 2:40 am

sneschalmers wrote:
Iron Savior
Bal-Sagoth
Timeless Miracle
Primal Fear
Edguy
Symphony X
Children of Bodom
Darkthrone
Immortal
Satyricon
Emperor
Queensryche
3 Inches of Blood
Blind Guardian
Hammerfall
Saxon
Trivium
Iron Maiden
Nightwish
Dimmu Borgir
Amon Amarth
Killswitch Engage
In Flames
All That Remains
Shadows Fall
Helloween
Avantasia
Accept
Annihalator
Kreator
Kamelot
Ensiferum
Enslaved
Entombed
Evergrey
Dream Theater
Stratovarius
Sonata Arctica
Persuader
Pyramaze
Angra
Masterplan
Gamma Ray
Lost Horizon
Firewind
Cellador


That sounds good! :lol: I'd like to add PLP (anyone ever heard about them?) and of course Metallica, AD/DC, Motorhead, Haggard and the ever so enchanting Corvus Corax.
-- no GWAR for me, please. :shaking:
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17 Apr 2010, 12:07 pm

Oh my goodness this list is loooonnnnnng.....

Children Of Bodom
Nightwish (only when they had Tarja singing, I'm picky)
Sonata Arctica
Moonspell
Samael
Kamelot
Epica
Ensiferum
Wintersun
Norther (but only when they had Petri Lindroos)
Dark Tranquillity
In Flames (especially their older stuff)
Amorphis
Orphaned Land
Eluveitie
Tarot
Northern Kings
Kiuas
Finntroll
Moonsorrow

There's a bunch I am forgetting. I've seen Ensiferum, Blackguard (twice), Ex Deo, and Epica live too.


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17 Apr 2010, 9:20 pm

Yes I do. Mostly thrash, but I also love pretty much any other kind of metal. My two faves are Testament and Black Label Society. Other than that, I love tons of thrash metal, doom metal, black metal and death metal (as long as it's not the same ol' gore...ya know? Cannibal Corpse and a few other bands are okay cause they kinda invented that, but now it's kinda like corpse paint...it's getting old, and a trend. I like Nile, Necrophagist, Behemoth, Vital Remains, Decide though.)


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17 Apr 2010, 10:59 pm

I'll reply with the obvious Metallica, Black Sabbath,and Nirvana, along with my recent discovery of Devin Townsend (excluding his SYL albums)

I'd like to find new bands but I can't stand the current trend of growling or screaming into the mike most bands today think is the thing to do.



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18 Apr 2010, 10:26 am

I used to listen to heavy metal a lot but not that much it hurts my ears



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19 Apr 2010, 2:02 pm

Hmmm...let's see... I like many different kinds of music, but I grew up listening to Metal. I like the older stuff, mainly these bands in particular (some old, some not-so-old):

Sepultura
Pantera
Slayer
Megadeth
Iron Maiden
Korn
Tool/Perfect Circle
Mercyful Fate
Anthrax
Motley Crue
Guns n Roses
Metallica
Judas Priest
Accept (when Udo was with them, not the "newer" guy)
Venom
Celtic Frost
Metal Church
Faster Pussycat
Motorhead
Black Sabbath/Ozzie
Rainbow/Ronnie James Dio
AC/DC


These days, I tend to like more mellow stuff to listen to like Grunge/Alternative (Nirvana), Trip-hop (not Hip-hop) and regular old Classic Rock.

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21 Apr 2010, 7:24 pm

I will just list a few

Epica, Edenbridge, Lunatica, Dark Tranquillity, In This Moment, All That Remains, Kamelot, Avantasia, Within Temptation, Iced Earth, Delain, and Magica.



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21 Apr 2010, 11:40 pm

CowboyFromHell wrote:
And as for Hank III, he's amazing. It's old school style country and he really knows what it's about. More influenced by his late granddad than his father, Hank II, was. He is also good for doing most of the instrumentations on his albums. I highly recommend the album Whiskey, Weed & Women.


Can't edit my post, but I typed the wrong name for Hank III's album. It's not "Whiskey, Weed & Women," it's "Lovesick, Broke & Driftin.'" The former is the title of a song on the album (the latter).

Also I forgot to put Theory Of Hate on my list. And I'm really digging 1349.


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22 Apr 2010, 8:07 pm

Did somebody delete my post, or did I really forget to respond to this one?
No matter, it's mostly the usual suspects...Slayer, Carcass, Napalm Death, Death, Metallica (older), Pantera...I know Helmet isn't quite in this frame but if you like heavy you should at least give "Meantime" a favorable nod.
I'm forgetting a bunch.