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Old 11-19-09, 09:30 AM   #11
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im more of a death metal and black metal person...bands like Entombed, morbid angel, ildjarn, burzum, bathory, beherit, horna, sort vokter, wolves in the throne room... to name a few.
Hell yeah metal brother! You into Behemoth?

I'm into all sorts though. Really aggressive electronic music (gabba techno, breakcore, dnb) gets me going too. Listening to Enduser at the moment.
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Hell yeah metal brother! You into Behemoth?

I'm into all sorts though. Really aggressive electronic music (gabba techno, breakcore, dnb) gets me going too. Listening to Enduser at the moment.
I like Behemoth though i havent listened to their newest stuff yet
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i love metal..sometimes i like to turn up the volume and listen to some death metal music (vocals especially) and it takes out the frustation inside of me..
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i love metal..sometimes i like to turn up the volume and listen to some death metal music (vocals especially) and it takes out the frustation inside of me..
So do I, it is what has saved me in the past many times.
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I love all sorts of music, but for some reason metal seems to speak to me more than any other genre. Not to mention going to metal shows gives you the best feeling during and after the show. I'll listen to metal of alomst any genre. Death metal, thrash, industrial, power metal, prog, whatever. Nevermore, Dream Theater, Cannibal Corpse, Hatebreed, Blind Guardian, and Chimaira are just a few of my faves.
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heavy metal can make us not use false kindness to please others and not be nice to other because we don't want to break social norms.
I'm sorry to disagree. But false kindness can really be nice sometimes. Also there is no real false kindness. Making an effort to be kind to people already shows you care. Except if it's your boss.
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I'm a metalhead (although I'm sometimes ashamed to call myself one because of the petty, stupid, arbitrary shit that goes on in the subculture - same as with my other favorite music styles, goth and industrial)

I'll listen to all kinds of metal, but my favorite kind is industrial metal, and I've also recently started getting into sludge metal. I love metal (and music in general) that exudes some kind of emotion with its lyrics as well as its sound - be it sadness, anger, or anything else.

My current favorite metal-related bands, alphabetically:

Acid Bath
Black Sabbath
Burzum
Carcass
Danzig
Down
Godflesh
Isis
Judas Priest
The Melvins
Ministry
Ozzy Osbourne
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Sunn O)))
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Type O Negative
White Zombie
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You should listen to Dillinger Escape Plan too :]
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You should listen to Dillinger Escape Plan too :]
I've been meaning to at least pick up the EP they did with Mike Patton, because I'm a massive Patton fan, and if I like that, then getting the rest of their stuff too.
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I'm not a huge death/black metal fan but do like my Techno, Industrial, Digital hardcore etc. Sometimes its about the chaos outside matching the inside, and just being able to release it in the music.

I'll post some examples for you metal heads out there ;) you never know you just might like it.


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