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Good Metal for working out?

Discussion in 'Andy Sneap' started by Jeebo, Aug 31, 2007.

  1. kev

    kev Im guybrush threepwood

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    +1!
     
  2. FULLMETALSPEEDO

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    Machine Head "Burn my Eyes" or "The more things change" are great to work out to.
     
  3. Pxz

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    HATESPHERE ¡¡ and for some odd reason RATM works for me
     
  4. Chryst Krispies

    Chryst Krispies Vanilla Gorilla

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    Nile-Black Seeds of Vengeance is GREAT , You can lift mountains afterwards.
    Despised Icon can be cool in the proper dosage.
    Suffocation is great as well. Especially for the heavy bag , and speed bag.
     
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    xmidihcx off topic user

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    i could see why rage would get you hyped up. converge is fun to work out to, but i feel that these 4 bands i'm about to list give ME the best workouts, i guess it has a lot to do with taste. . .

    1. unearth (good solid working out music with beatdowns)
    2. amon amarth (because i just can't get enough of them)
    3. as i lay dying (especially the new stuff)
    4. iron maiden (for cardio) :lol: run to the hills. . .

    just for the record, my brother is pretty built and he listens to nothing but rap and hip hop but hes not into metal, good solid metal bands with a 4/4 backbone usually get me hyped for working out. . :heh: if you wanna go a little off-meter you always got dream theater and dark tranquility so try em out and lemme know what works best dude. . .

    good luck!
     
  6. Nebulous

    Nebulous Daniel

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    Whn I use to dable in it, Testament, Overkill, Agent Steel, Arch Enemy, Death, Dark Tranquillity, In Flames and Kreator really set the mood, though Testament's "The Gathering" was by far the best album to work out to IMO.
     
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    Did he ask "work out" or "make out"? :rolleyes:
     
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    I am listening to Bolt Thrower(GREAT!), Cannibal Corpse, Visceral Bleeding or stuff like Decrepit Birth, Defeated Sanity or Braindrill (but only if I want to workout really really hard) for "normal" workout I listen to Pantera or Mastodon (never listened to crowbar while lifting, but it's a good idea).
     
  10. discordless

    discordless More than Music, Noise

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    +1 on converge :D
     
  11. lilhermiejobo

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    I can't believe no one has mentioned the theme from

    Sanford And Son

    LISTEN TO THOSE BLAST BEATS!!!
    I can't help but lifting the computer desk as I type
     
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    Threat Signal, Meshuggah or Hatebreed all the way! :D
     
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    oh i almost forgot!

    Chimaira is fuckin awesome for working out!:headbang:
     
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    Yeah +1 for these guys.
     
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    metalkingdom the kinder, gentler me

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    I've been working out to Reroute To Remain for 4 years. I change it once in awhile, but still come back to this one.
     

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