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Favorite Metal Songs or Bands

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No Fair how come may Punk/Rock, EDM at Hiphop pero walang appreciation sa Metal songs.

Onti lang ba metal heads natin sa group. I'm not super hardcore fan but I enjoy metal songs din.

 

List of bands that I like:

Fleshgod Apocalypse

Lamb of God

Deicide

Dragonforce

Avenged Sevenfold

Slipknot

Whitechapel

Carnifex

Dimmu Borgir

Job for a Cowboy
Metallica
Annotations of an Autopsy

Devourment

Slipknot

Inflames

3 inches of blood

All Shall Perish

Epica

Kamelot

Nightwish

Pantera

Bloodshed

COG

Killswitch Engage
Meshuggah

Divine Heresey

SkyChurch

 

 

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Hindi naman sa unappreciated ... kaya lang metal falls into the Rock Category.

Halo-halo na ito luma tsaka bago basta METAL! hehehe. Rock on!

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Mine were ...
 
Steelheart - She's Gone
Kid Rock - American Bad Ass
Korn - Freak on a Leash, Twist Chi, Shoots & Ladders
Led Seppelin - Stairway to Heaven, Moby Dick, Black Dog
Deep Purple - Smoke on the Water, Highway Star
Black Sabbath - Electric Funeral, War Pigs

Deftones - 7 Words, Be Quiet & Drive

Metallica - Nothing Else Matters, Enter Sandman, The Unforgiven I & II

Pantera - Mouth of War

Rammstein - Engel, Du Hast, Mutter, Spring (Kill Me Later)

Rob Zombie - Reload

Slipknot - Purity

Motorhead - Born to be Wild

Static X - Cold

Limp Bizkit - Take a look around, Breakstuff, Rollin', Nookie

Cradle of Filth - Mannequin

 

Dami pa eh ... pero latest ko na na-appreciate wuz Any Given Day - Diamonds

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Easy to digest metal bands for non-metal fans:

  • Eluveitie - Everything Remains As It Never Was is a good album to start with.  Thousandfold is awesome and the girlfriend who was never a metal fan loves Isara.
  • Ghost - This Swedish band's gimmick is sick. They have a vocalist dressed as a Satanic Pope and all instrumentalists are hooded men called Nameless Ghouls. Nirvana and Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl helped produce If You Have Ghost (EP) and once secretly performed as a ghoul.
  • Insomnium - Melt your ears with Through The Shadows' intro and sing along with the chorus if you're ever feeling down.
  • Mastodon - Their latest release, Emperor of Sand, deals with the band's experiences about loved ones batting against and losing to cancer, something that all of us will face at some point. A goldmine of riffs. And all members sing. The drummer hits the highest notes while dropping insane fills.
  • Nightwish - Finland's 3rd best selling musical performers play symphonic metal. Nuff said.
  • Cradle of Filth - One of the cutest chinitas I dated loved Nymphetamine. Their version of Iron Maiden's Hallowed Be Thy Name defined my teenage years.

Faves:

  • Behemoth - Hated by their own country but loved by music critics. Their drummer plays 290bpm live. They also tend to sound better live.
  • Gorgoroth - Members of this band have been jailed on multiple occasions. Doesn't change the fact that they make some of the best black metal riffs.
  • Immolation - A friend once said A Glorious Epoch Scion is the perfect definition of death metal. Couldn't agree more.
  • Cynic - Their 1993 album, Focus, was way ahead of it's time. A very unique blend of jazz, prog and technicality. How Could I is a contender for having one of the best solos regardless of the genre.
  • Decapitated - Spheres Of Madness may just be the grooviest song to ever fall under the technical death metal genre. Never met anyone who hated this song.
  • Carach Angren - The Carriage Wheel Murder and And the Consequence Macabre offers fresh takes on symphonic black metal. Think operatic horror storytelling.
  • Woods of Ypres - Kiss My Ashes (Goodbye) will be my funeral song. :D

Local: Infernal Eden, Sin, Pentavia, Sacrilegion, Hampaslupa, Mortal Fear, Human Mastication

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Been listening to DOPE for quite a bit now. Their sound reminds me of Kamikazee. My film director got me into it recently. Bought their Blood Money Pt. 1 album last Christmas and I'll be seeing them live on July in Vegas.

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