Forums Music metal anyone?

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  • #1233483
    AvatarKodama
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    I fuckin’ love metal.It was my first musical love… Was really into black metal in particular (I’m actually the vocalist of a black metal band if you’re interested?), but also black thrash, old school death, power metal (oops, did I really just admit that? ๐Ÿ˜€ ). Still listen to it from time to time, though only a select few bands. But yeah, metal rulez!

    Nu metal and metalcore can feck off though. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    #1233523
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    #1233477
    AvatarTank Girl
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    #1233472
    Avatarsinner69
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    #1233524
    AvatarApocalypso
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    NWOBHM at its best

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    #1233473
    Avatarsinner69
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    those were the days……when heavy metal was a pose and hard rock was a life style…

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    #1233518
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    Its got to be Iron Maiden every time! I’ve listened to their music since i was 12 and I’m still not bored of it. going to see them for the millionth time in August and i cant wait raaa

    #1233509
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    was a true metaller in the 80s – denim and leather. Was in a thrash metal band for 4yrs and toured Germany back in ’91. Had an extensive collection of LPs too which have all been lost ๐Ÿ™ Techno and goa took over in the 90s. Now I just love it all (going to Sonisphere this year).

    #1233484
    AvatarKodama
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    @parrotfish 416427 wrote:

    was a true metaller in the 80s – denim and leather. Was in a thrash metal band for 4yrs and toured Germany back in ’91. Had an extensive collection of LPs too which have all been lost ๐Ÿ™ Techno and goa took over in the 90s. Now I just love it all (going to Sonisphere this year).

    What was your band called? Did you release anything?

    #1233470
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    @Apocalypso 414881 wrote:

    Very amusing article

    Cradle of Filth voted Suffolk’s most iconic image – Yahoo! News UK

    in reality, given the clashes of views, culture and age groups here it isn’t at all suprising this happened :laugh_at:

    I think their obsession with depravity, violence, hate and gore has clearly been heavily influenced by spending much time in and around Ipswich :laugh_at:

    #1233485
    AvatarKodama
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    Unfortunately Ipswich Council (or whoever was running it) decided to take CoF out of the competition, which was pretty lame…

    I used to be a big fan. Their first four albums in particular were stunning, especially ‘Cruelty and the Beast’. One of the best metal albums to come out of the UK, IMO, and they surpassed most other melodic black metal bands in terms of style and originality.

    Just a pity they turned pretty dire in the 2000s.

    #1233510
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    @Kodama 416432 wrote:

    What was your band called? Did you release anything?

    Beggar’s Opera mate – we only had demos at the time but played lots of gigs all over. I left in 93 but they carried on for a few yrs after employing a better singer/guitarist than I was – came close to being signed but then it all went to shit for various reasons…then the lead guitarist died! The drummer plays for a band called Panic Cell now who’re pretty good and relatively well-known.

    #1233500
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
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    cradle of filth have gone south now (as in they suck nowadays). The last good tune they released was nymphetemine, nice and dark, but not overly synthy

    #1233471
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    TBH that does pretty much mirror exactly what has happened to Ipswich.

    This town did actually have quite a thriving alternative scene at one point (based around both guitar and dance music) but wannabe gangstas/rudeboys and the recession have totally fucked it up, so all the youth culture is diluted and suppressed and commercialised.

    I’m glad I’m this age and not in my 20s still as I’d find it otherwise intolerable to live here…

    #1233486
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    @parrotfish 416437 wrote:

    Beggar’s Opera mate – we only had demos at the time but played lots of gigs all over. I left in 93 but they carried on for a few yrs after employing a better singer/guitarist than I was – came close to being signed but then it all went to shit for various reasons…then the lead guitarist died! The drummer plays for a band called Panic Cell now who’re pretty good and relatively well-known.

    Ahh yeah, I know of Panic Cell. Sorry to hear about the lead guitarist – that must have been horrible. : Got any music up online or anything?

    @Gazatronium-Ethane 416438 wrote:

    cradle of filth have gone south now (as in they suck nowadays). The last good tune they released was nymphetemine, nice and dark, but not overly synthy

    I didn’t really like that album, tbh. I think they started to show some signs of getting worse when ‘Midian’ was released. Everything after that just went downhill, IMO. Still love the first four albums though – absolutely timeless, nothing quite like them. Pure atmospheric. ๐Ÿ˜€

    They are, however, releasing an orchestral album full of tracks from the first few albums, so I’m really looking forward to hearing that!

    #1233501
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
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    @Kodama 416459 wrote:

    Ahh yeah, I know of Panic Cell. Sorry to hear about the lead guitarist – that must have been horrible. : Got any music up online or anything?

    I didn’t really like that album, tbh. I think they started to show some signs of getting worse when ‘Midian’ was released. Everything after that just went downhill, IMO. Still love the first four albums though – absolutely timeless, nothing quite like them. Pure atmospheric. ๐Ÿ˜€

    They are, however, releasing an orchestral album full of tracks from the first few albums, so I’m really looking forward to hearing that!

    I concur with your thoughts on cradle mate, after that album it lost its blackened extremeness and got a bit too ‘glam’ if you will.
    for me this is what black metal SHOULD sound like:

    Anaal Nathrakh – Pandemonic Hyperblast
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6349Q-67eA

    #1233487
    AvatarKodama
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    I remember listening to that song on an old Terrorizer promo CD when it first came out in 2001. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Remember it vividly, ahahahah, sitting in my friend’s car whilst on holiday in Cornwall, my face being blasted through the wind screen whilst listening to it. Never really got into Anaal Nathrakh though… I was never really into the blastbeats-all-the-time black metal like AN, Marduk, Dark Funeral… I’m more into the depressive black metal stuff.

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    #1233502
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
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    got every album…NOT downloads. Hard copies, mega fan of t’thakh me. LOOOOVE grindcore too, pig destroyer, nusum, birdflesh, napalm, brutal truth, regurgitated ect. really gets me on a mad one. lol

    Not enough black metal these days, too many bands jumping on the deathcore, metalcore band wagon.
    My brother’s band are deathcore (shadow of the ashes) , but I have managed to get them to consider doing a grindcore set soon, so I can do vocals….got quite a scream on me, plus the more I scream in a mic the crazier I get, go a bit J.R. Hayes after like 2 mins…..

    yeah, this is my brothers band….
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    they look like oddbods, cause they are oddbods!

    #1233488
    AvatarKodama
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    Cool. ๐Ÿ™‚ Can’t stand any metalcore, deathcore, etc. Just find it a bit bland and watered down.

    Saying that, I like power metal so my opinion is nullified there, ahahahah. Depressive black metal, shoegaze/post rock/post punk-influenced black metal, old school death metal… and power metal. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

    #1233511
    Avatarparrotfish
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    @Kodama 416459 wrote:

    Ahh yeah, I know of Panic Cell. Sorry to hear about the lead guitarist – that must have been horrible. : Got any music up online or anything?

    I don’t have any of the original stuff we did unfortunately – lost a load of stuff from moving about too much. The earlier demos were all on cassette (CDs were expensive back then). There was a CD done a while back in memory of the guitarist, kinda like a best-of, which I have in a box somewhere – I’ll dig it out and upload some on my website.

    I just remembered we supported Napalm Death in this tiny little club. They were all really boring, didn’t drink, smoke etc!

    Does Manowar come under Power Metal?

    #1233503
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
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    @parrotfish 416638 wrote:

    I don’t have any of the original stuff we did unfortunately – lost a load of stuff from moving about too much. The earlier demos were all on cassette (CDs were expensive back then). There was a CD done a while back in memory of the guitarist, kinda like a best-of, which I have in a box somewhere – I’ll dig it out and upload some on my website.

    I just remembered we supported Napalm Death in this tiny little club. They were all really boring, didn’t drink, smoke etc!

    Does Manowar come under Power Metal?

    YOU WERE IN PANIC CELL?!?! DA FUCK!!!!!

    #1233489
    AvatarKodama
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    @parrotfish 416638 wrote:

    I don’t have any of the original stuff we did unfortunately – lost a load of stuff from moving about too much. The earlier demos were all on cassette (CDs were expensive back then). There was a CD done a while back in memory of the guitarist, kinda like a best-of, which I have in a box somewhere – I’ll dig it out and upload some on my website.

    I just remembered we supported Napalm Death in this tiny little club. They were all really boring, didn’t drink, smoke etc![/quote]

    Ohhh, that’s cool that you toured with Napalm Death. They were the band that got me into extreme music. ๐Ÿ™‚ Lemme know when you upload the tracks on your website. ๐Ÿ˜€

    parrotfish wrote:
    Does Manowar come under Power Metal?

    Yeah, most of their stuff does. I really like ‘Kings of Metal’, eheheh. ๐Ÿ™‚

    #1233512
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    @Gazatronium-Ethane 416738 wrote:

    YOU WERE IN PANIC CELL?!?! DA FUCK!!!!!

    No, not me – the drummer I played with yrs ago is with them now. He sent me this photo a while back of him on stage when they supported Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer & Anthrax at Sonisphere last year…was wild seeing about 20,000 metallers in front of him!

    Manowar…haha – they’re classic…very silly, but they kinda get away with it! WE-ARE-MANOWAR!!!!

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