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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic' started by Mugii, Mar 10, 2018.

  1. fufsgfen

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    Possibly, there are awful lot of those cars, so it is possible, maybe :D

    And if not, then they should, so they would not miss some quality tunes :p
     
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  2. Mugii

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    My favorite metalcore bands are the local Ice Nine Kills, and Michigan-based story-centered Famous Last Words.
     
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    That is right!

    I hope that general public will accept that too and start getting their aggressions cured by good shot of death metal instead of shot something else which seems to be too common :-/
     
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  6. Mugii

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    Plus, there is calmer metal music as well (even from INK themselves, with the new single I mentioned a few weeks ago), so it's not always too heavy.
     
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    Yeah, but in study they did say how it is the extreme music that helps, music has to be heavy, extreme, aggressive to work.
     
  8. Mugii

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    It can also be good to use when exercising, really enduces energy into you. I usually play metal music when exercising.
     
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  9. fufsgfen

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    Try electro swing when jogging, usually has right pace.
     
  10. Mugii

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    I usually use a exercise bike (the ones in gyms), so it really suits me there.

    Also, I do like certain modern rock bands, like As It Is (got introduced to them by their new album, and is pretty good so far) and Eat Your Heart Out (first song I played from them (Conscience) is really good and fun to listen to).
     
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    Starting to get into heavy metal, any suggestions? I've got a nice bit of Metallica, Iron Maiden and Motley Crue (which I listened to already). I have 1 or 2 Slayer, Dio and Motorhead songs. I like "older" music if that makes sense (pre-2005).
     
  12. Mugii

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    I'd suggest the 90s Korn albums (self-titled to Issues), Slipknot's first 2 albums, older Cannibal Corpse, and maybe August Burns Red's first album.
     
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  13. fufsgfen

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    Those you listed are bit of soft, but classics for sure.

    KISS, W.A.S.P are there too, don't forget ZZ Top either, that is one of the easy to listen metal bands.

    Also give this a go, they say it is mixed so that it sounds good with any speakers on purpose.


    I would like to give few more extreme ones, but it probably is not what you want based on your reference bands, however one good one for venting is Thousand eyes from japan, it is newer and way more extreme than you seek, but kinda easy to listen for such extreme music.
     
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    Hm. I wouldn't call ZZ-top, KISS and CCR as hard rock, I listen to those and many more already but call it "Classic rock" Because KISS compared to say, Slayer there is a large differnce.

    Most of my classic rock is from the 50's all the way upto the 90's

    Here is a list of most of the Bands I listen to that arent Country or Rap.

    BILLY IDOL
    BOSTON
    THIN LIZZY
    BRYAN ADAMS
    CCR
    DION
    GUNS 'N ROSES
    QUEEN
    FOREIGNER
    JOURNEY
    MEAT LOAF
    POISON
    REO SPEEDWAGON
    SIMPLE MINDS
    STARSHIP
    THE CLASH
    THE ROLLING STONES
    TROOPER
    TWISTED SISTER
    AEROSMITH
    EAGLES
    GORDON LIGHTFOOT
    FOGHAT
    STEVE MILLER BAND
    AC/DC
    MEN AT WORK
    NEIL DIAMOND
    TEARS FOR FEARS
    BILLY SQUIER
    DEAD OR ALIVE
    KANSAS
    KENNY LOGGINS
    KISS
    QUIET RIOT
    RAM JAM
    MOTORHEAD
    ASIA
    DAVE EDMUNDS
    FRANK ZAPPA
    PINK FLOYD
    TRIUMPH
    AMERICA
    STYX
    CHUCK BERRY
     
  15. fufsgfen

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    With music it varies what makes person like from something.

    However I don't quite understand what you mean by your statement about KISS, maybe you intended to type "would" instead of "wouldn't" anyway KISS is heavy metal as well as hard rock:
    "Kiss have typically been classified under the genres of hard rock, shock rock[153] and heavy metal.[154][155][156][157][158][159]"
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kiss_(band)


    What you listed originally are pretty much lower end of metal or hard rock for my ear.

    Some things you probably don't like but these are variety of metal (always listen stuff you don't like, sometimes it opens new doors instead of being annoying):





    I skip japanese death metal and vampiric stuff for now...

    Based on your listing, I would guess this might be something you would like to give a go, even it might be bit more recent:


    I'm not sure about Pretty Reckless, it does have some good classic sounds, but you probably will hate it.

    Leo Moracchioli is always worth to mentioning of course, but it again is very different, even some pieces do have good classic sound, it is so different.
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    I'm surprised Helloween is not in your list:
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    For some all girl band is bad omen, but I dare you to try this:


    Lyrics are kinda boring and repetitive, but so is many big songs, like stairway to heaven, however sound really works on that one.
     
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  16. Spede3

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    Helloween seems pretty nice, I have also started listening to Megadeth.

     
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    Dystopia form Megadeth is really good to my ear.

    If you like Helloween, then you might try Gamma ray too https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gamma_Ray_(band) also worth to check other bands listed here (Unisonic - We Rise for example is very much Helloween like):
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kai_Hansen

    There really is incredible connections between bands, few years ago I did found out lot of good songs and when I digged bit about them, there was always some connection to Helloween. I think there was 2-3 other bands too which had surprising connection like that, but sadly I have forgotten much of that.

    Amyway, what I find working quite well is check out band members from Wikipedia and https://www.metal-archives.com/ you can dig a lot of bands that hit the spot that you never have heard about that way.


    I have now been listening Waterland, it really hits the spot, amount of skill involved to put those songs together is quite impressive, but to really appreciate it I find that I need to really listen those songs, melody, then lyrics all that is playing so nicely together. It is not the most epic tunes, but there is something incredible in way those songs have been put together.


    Portuguese, I ended up listening that from band called Oratory, neither is found from Wikipedia, even at least for me those are much better than anything that comes from local radio these days.
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    Wow, I just did listen beginning of Oratory Illusion Dimension album beginning and it has melody VERY close to Yuki Kajiura's In the land of twilight under the moon, especially after 0:55 mark.
     
  18. Mugii

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    Ice Nine Kills dropped off the rest of their songs recently. I'm currently listening to "Stabbing In The Dark", which is based off the cult classic "Halloween".
     
  19. kaizer moonhawk

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    gladiator by zayde wolf not glad-he ate-her its a common remix
     
  20. Mugii

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    Wouldn't really consider it a common remix, never even heard of it.
     
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