In Need Of... (in Off-topic)
March 11 2009 2:26 AM EDT
Some decent heavy music that I can wipe my mind away with.
For all those out there that know my situation, it has turned sour and
I need to cleanse my soul.
For reference I like:
Puddle of Mudd
Lamb of God
State of Shock
If you know anything I could add let me know.
March 11 2009 2:38 AM EDT
Protest the Hero
HORSE the Band
Veil of Maya
All very, very good metal bands.
March 11 2009 2:46 AM EDT
March 11 2009 2:48 AM EDT
that last one was supposed to be the music video, dunno why it posted one with anime in it.
March 11 2009 4:31 AM EDT
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March 11 2009 5:24 AM EDT
I used to like Kittie a lot. My tastes have changed a lot recently, though. I think the only metal I still like these days is In Flames. I haven't really paid much attention to any other bands.
Smashing Pumpkins (songs like Bullet with Butterfly Wings and Doomsday Clock)
Those should fit nicely around your list but just as an addition for a little happy look up Hayseed Dixie :)
March 11 2009 9:36 AM EDT
A lot of those I already had, i still want more just do me one thing
please don't post screamers, i want to feel every emotion, understand every word, know exactly whats going on.
March 11 2009 9:58 AM EDT
have you tried Pandora
? great thing.
Or Last.fm if you're not US
March 11 2009 10:17 AM EDT
March 11 2009 10:19 AM EDT
Zog im in the USA as much as you physically can be lol
im in texas
Any obscure (or not so obscure) power/symphonic European metal band.
Personally, I like:
Nightwish -- I know Zog doesn't agree with me, but man, can Tarja sing. And Tuomas can write like a beast.
Dragonland -- Good band, IMO.
Rhapsody of Fire -- Epic.
Helloween -- Classic.
Metallica -- Kind of a no-brainer... MoP and One are especially good.
Sonata Arctica -- If you can stand the singing, go for it.
Within Temptation -- Not too loud, but pretty calming. Lyrics are nice, too.
Kamelot -- The only good U.S. power metal band. Listen to their albums "Epica" and "The Black Halo" (in that order); they tell a pretty powerful story.
Epica -- Stole their name from one of Kamelot's albums, but still, pretty good band.
Apocalyptica -- Metallica. On cellos.
Just a run-down of some of the bands I listen to... Hope it helps!
Great song, thought you might like it. ;)
March 11 2009 10:33 AM EDT
Marl your a man after my heart, i have all those artists you listed already but yes thats what im aiming for
March 11 2009 11:01 AM EDT
"Within Temptation -- Not too loud, but pretty calming. Lyrics are nice, too."
I listen to WT a lot.
I started listening when I still liked metal. I didn't add them because I don't really consider them to be metal any more. That's my personal opinion, I know they technically are, but yeah.
Hmm... CDWow still haven't shipped my copy of The Black Symphony...
March 11 2009 12:23 PM EDT
DragonForce gives me a headache. ;)
March 11 2009 12:41 PM EDT
Haste The Day
The confession (Recommend these guys the most).
Bullet for my valentine
Children of Bodom (finish metal woot!)
A day to remember
Drop dead gorgeous
Pierce the veil
March 15 2009 12:30 AM EDT
Just got back from Locofest(another post coming soon on that one! :D), and aside from the three major headliners (Mudvayne, Nonpoint, and In This Moment) who *jammed* with a vengeance, other bands I found to be *awesome* were:
Bury the Broken
A Quiet Mind
In the Trench
Disturbed (Second album I think)
Breed 77 (River)
Streets (Dry your eyes)
Busta Rhymes remix of M.O.P. 'Ante Up'
Perfect Circle (Passive)
And to hear the most uplifting song in the world;
Dhaler Mendi 'Tunak Tunak Tun'
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