November 12 2007 9:04 PM EST
I have just kind of gotten into Metal type music. I was just wondering if any of you guys know and good bands/songs. That I could download and listen to.
So all I want is for you guys to post some good some bands or songs. It will be very much appreciated. Thank you. :)
November 12 2007 9:05 PM EST
Bullet For My Valentine
Children of Bodom
Trivium (Pull Harder On Strings)
MegaDeth (double genre??)
November 12 2007 9:17 PM EST
System of a Down (Early)
Not all of each is metal but each has their own unique taste and genre of metal. It has come a long way from bands such as AC/DC and Led Zeppelin (Original Metal).
November 12 2007 9:23 PM EST
Also accepting some easy not so loud Scream o. Because my friends insist its good. Worth a try. ;)
November 12 2007 9:24 PM EST
For Thrash Metal:
Children of Bodom
I forgot about Nu-Metal
Static-X should also be here.
and how could I forget the Japanese with Mad Capsule Markets.
Sorry about all the posts >.<
November 12 2007 9:44 PM EST
Melodic Death Metal = Children of Bodom
November 12 2007 10:06 PM EST
Life of Agony
November 12 2007 10:19 PM EST
36 Crazy Fists
40 below sumer
November 12 2007 10:31 PM EST
If you liked: Manowar, Judas Priest and Iron Maiden - try King Diamond - it is a more classical Heavy metal
Try Xentrix in the way of Thrash
Dream Theater, Opeth and Voivod for Progressive
For Black or "Goth" metal, try Cradle of Filth, In Flames, Dark Tranquility, At The Gates, Emperor, and Satyricon
Power metal usually consists of bands like Blind Guardian, HammerFall, Sonata Arctica, and Finntroll if you want to try Folk-power metal
About half of the so-called Metalcore bands are in fact 'screamo', but Lamb of God and Mastadon are good in the ways of harder metalcore, whereas Trivium is softer
I'm a fan of Deathmetal (gory lyrics and blastbeats) so I'll give you a nice, chunky bandlist: The Black Dahlia Murder, Arch Enemy, Cannibal Corpse, Necrophagist, Obituary, and Morbid Angel
November 12 2007 11:41 PM EST
I'm actually not a fan of heavy metal...
But my friends would recommend Amon Amarth.
Hey how about .... click me♣
Can't believe no one recommended
Lamb of God
Between the Blackness and Me
The Black Dahlia Murders
Also check out (sorry some of this is local bands) others are just really good.
If He Dies He Dies
The Agony Scene
November 13 2007 1:50 AM EST
Are my old eyes deceiving me or did no one mention Sepultura?
November 13 2007 2:06 AM EST
screamo... Atreyu? It's half screaming, half singing. Old Senses fail has a bit of screaming in it. Yeah, I don't know anymore, I listen to softer stuff.
Can someone explain to me what exactly metal is? I've listened to it (I think), It just sounds like old rock. Explain, someone. :)
November 13 2007 6:36 AM EST
The fine art of metal appreciation must begin with the classics:
- Black Sabbath (the original metal band)
- Ozzy Osbourne
- Metallica (up to and including the Black album, forget the new stuff)
- Iron Maiden
More more modern electro-based metal, check out:
- White Zombie (much better than Rob's solo stuff)
- Fear Factory
- Nine Inch Nails
Some others that I have enjoyed are:
- Trail of Tears
- Symphony X
- Sepultura ("Roots" album in particular)
I don't know all those trendy pop/rap/punk -metal bands out there. I do know a variety of industrial metal stuff. The metal genre is huge, with a very wide variety. You should tell us what you have gotten into, so that we can provide you with stuff you would enjoy.
I also forgot:
Job For A Cowboy
...Nightwish (Not traditional "Metal", but I love it.)
Can't think of anything else.
Well, I probably could, but im not.
So I won't.
But I should.
November 13 2007 4:21 PM EST
I liked down cd nola. its phils, singer from pantera, other project.
everyone else seems to have mentioned the usual but in case they didnt mention these: corrosion of conformity's Deliverance album was excellent, fear factory, Visions of Disorder, type o negative, check out some old Body Count too, hehe.
November 13 2007 7:08 PM EST
I place my seal of total approval on the following mentioned bands, xVansihed:
Black Sabbath / ozzy
System of a Down (Early)
Nine Inch Nails
Metallica (black album and earlier)
White Zombie / rob zombie
Corrossion of Conformity (COC)
Vision of Disorder
Type O Negative
November 13 2007 7:17 PM EST
Drudge already got Dream Theater.
Those aren't mine, but are important to a friend of mine...
November 15 2007 7:27 PM EST
I've listened to most. Some are good. Some are bad. I don't think I clearly stated what I was looking for.
I am looking for more newer kind of Metal Bands. Nothing any older then 5 years. Does anyone have any good bands they can share?
November 15 2007 8:06 PM EST
P.S. He loves DragonForce, which is kind of like Earth Rock..
November 15 2007 9:33 PM EST
I don't believe there have been any new good metal bands in the last five years. The good ones have been around longer. The new ones that sound decent just rip off the older, better bands. Guess that applies to every kind of music.
there are some great listings, alot that i approve of. ^_^ that definetly rocks
sentenced: funeral album
Mind over Madder (Local Band on myspace)
Asema (Another local Band)
and anyone else that was at Ozfest like Lamb of God
November 16 2007 10:18 AM EST
Listen to Ensiferum!
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