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Offline acidbath

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« Reply #15 on: February 17, 2007, 05:02:47 PM »
what happened to the real headbangers ball,what is this new metal about,korn?didn't do it for me,limp biskit?not,where is the real metallica?please stand up!i feel damage plan was going to superceed what pantera had done{i like both bands }why all the rap rock?marketing stunt,maby.lets hope real metal finds a voice again.

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« Reply #16 on: July 29, 2007, 02:25:25 AM »
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Originally posted by psychoman69

 im sick of all this new gay crap like simple plan and green day,



how is green day new?!?!?! they have been around for a while i know this topic is a few years old but come on green day has emerged in the 90's and have been together in the late 80's (as a local band) no way are they new. if you are refering to the amarican idiot album i would agree with you it was a come back album (probably because they ran out of money from their prime)

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« Reply #17 on: July 29, 2007, 02:30:28 AM »
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Originally posted by ruthless

Alternative, grunge, nu-metal, nu-punk....is for the folk's that can't handle the harshness, vulgarity, and perfect reality that is what we're into here (bleeding ears, mosh-pit scars, neck injuries)

My guitar's got a message for you, and you're not gonna like it.....



i may be biased here and this is completly my own opinion but it alot of the heavier music the singer isnt realy singing... its more like screaming... and its hard to understand them. but i enjoy music that i can under stand the singer without having to read the lyrics to go ohhh thats what he says there

the guitars:
B.C. Rich warlock
Washburn RB-2502

the amps:
Peavey Rage 158
Fender Rumble 100
the guitars:
B.C. Rich warlock
Washburn RB-2502
2 strat knock off's
Ibanez AEB-30

the amps:
Peavey Rage 158
Fender Rumble 100

Offline thapackmack

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« Reply #18 on: April 19, 2009, 12:14:50 PM »
I agree with much of the sentiment of the original post.  I disagree, however, with the belief that there are only about ten bands keeping metal/hard rock alive.  Not true.  Mainstream metal no longer exists and I hope never will again (AX7, Trivium, Atreyu, Korn, Linkin Park are not metal, not in the least bit).  Underground metal survived the 90s and 00s and thrived, you just have to search for it to find it.  I think Skyclad says it best in their song Penny Dreadful

Forgive me if I'm out of order -
this new 'music' has no soul.
It may be good for making money,
(sadly that is not my goal).
Integrity and honesty are words that you don't understand,
but you're the best - it says so in the penny dreadful in your hand.
I saw you in a magazine,
they're calling you messiah.
They must be living in a dream -
they couldn't be more wrong.
If we'd played this riff more punk
then maybe we'd have had a million seller.
but this piper's tune is not for sale,
(I'm glad to say I'm not that kind of fella).
D.J.s, V.J.s, pimps and trollops,
never mind music - this is bollocks.
I saw you in a magazine,
they're calling you messiah.
They must be living in a dream -
they couldn't be more wrong.
Turn on, tune up, cash in, sell out.
Stand your ground behind the times -
and refuse to follow fashion.
Write your poetry with anger,
(and then sing it with a passion).
Painted faces in a circus - images that spring to mind,
when I read my penny dreadful filled with pictures of your kind.
I saw you in a magazine,
they're calling you messiah.
They must be living in a dream -
they couldn't be more wrong.
Commercial suicide's appealing after
ten years on this losing streak.
'Cause I'd rather be called sour and bitter
than be deemed the flavour of the weak.
I saw you in a magazine,
they're calling you messiah.
They must be living in a dream -
they couldn't be more wrong.
Extra, extra, read all about it!
I saw you in a magazine,
they're calling you messiah.
They must be living in a dream -
they couldn't be more wrong.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOGvNLH47Q8


I'm a huge metal head and have devoted TONS of my time looking for bands that don't get near the credit they deserve.  I know bands that have 300 fans on myspace that play better music than anybody on top 100.  Luckily, the industry of music is beginning to crumble and the art of music will no longer be bastardized by those trying to make a quick buck.  


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« Reply #19 on: September 27, 2009, 12:32:16 PM »
METAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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« Reply #20 on: September 27, 2009, 12:34:06 PM »
metal never has, and will never die. it is actually making a comeback, i can tell in the last 10 years of concerts i have been going to.