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Metal / Under the radar
« on: April 09, 2006, 08:30:52 AM »
ive herd alot of people talking about the really big metal names like emperor, burzum, darkthrone ect but i dont know any others asides from that.

im new to metal (ive only been here a year or so listen to good bands) and i want to know some less famouse bands that are still godd, and also i would like to ask about crimson moonlight (if yourve herd of them), i really like them but are they worth listen to?

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Metal / Re: Selling out
« on: April 09, 2006, 08:23:04 AM »
theres more than one way to sell out though, like when the leaders of black metal left and every fan got together with others and made a band. and all of them sounded almost the same simply because most were to musically incompetent to understand what the real black metal bands were really about and just made second rate imatations, after all most of the ideas and sound werent threres

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Metal / Re: The newer generation
« on: April 09, 2006, 08:12:13 AM »
the only thing is you cant generalise about things like this, i mean most of the bands will be trying to make something new as oppossed to important but there are(?) modern bands who will make something worthy of the old legends

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Metal / Re: Satanic Imagery or Satanic Beliefs?
« on: April 03, 2006, 06:58:42 AM »
my point exactly, he will sing about it but hes not a satanist, it is mostly just to piss off the biggest religion in the world, so we get to the whole fuck the mainstream thing

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Metal / Re: Suffocation
« on: March 28, 2006, 05:51:50 AM »
well your right, i listend to about the 1st 30 seconds, but ive downloaded more of there songs and now i can see the difference between cannibal corpse and suffocation, and im startting to wake up to them, im not a huge fan (yet?) but im beggining to like them

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Metal / Re: Satanic Imagery or Satanic Beliefs?
« on: March 27, 2006, 07:54:48 AM »
well think of bands like morbid angel, they have very anti christ/god like lyrics in there, and i bet they wouldnt mind running past a church yelling insults to the people inside, but do you really think they would masturbate over the dead body of christ (thats if they ever got the chance)?  

yea i doubt it to, to some extents it shows they dont,like the religion and they dont mind mocking it, but no it dosent make you a satanist

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Metal / Re: Suffocation
« on: March 25, 2006, 07:27:31 AM »
what i find very annoying is about two years ago a herd korn and and i was all WOW this is so hard, then watching TV a saw a slipknot video and i thought that is so fucking heavy. And i new a friend who was into that kind of music and he really got me into "heavy" music, off course then i found this site while trying to find some tabs. Then i went through the site and found you guys talking about bands i hade never herd of, so i downloaded some and im starting to know whats good. But my friend has only gotten into stuff thats been put on the radio or tv lots, or have lots of shirts of them. So right now hes listen to cannibal corpse thinking they are so great and wonderful and thinks he knows better groups then me, so very often im forced to listen to his music.

So then i downloaded Effigy Of The Forgotten by suffocation and i really didnt like it coz it sounded like cannibal corpse.

But is that song one of there better ones?

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Metal / Suffocation
« on: March 24, 2006, 07:23:35 AM »
ive herd good things about them but to me they sound the same as cannable corpse (who i dont like). so are they any good and worthy of the recongnition they have?

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Metal / Re: End of an era
« on: March 23, 2006, 07:19:13 AM »
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It actually makes me more depressed to be younger than alot of you. I am only 17 so i did not witness the "good ol days", all i can do is buy the stuff and listen to it. this thread makes me jealous of gouys who are 30 or so who witnessed at the time.


im even younger than you but i dont feel sad about missing the good ol days, because im still in them. even 20 years ago im sure there were alot of shit bands but now we only remember the good ones, thats why i reckon we simply dont have to put up with the crap ones and we get the best of the best easily

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