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Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by no country for old wainds, Dec 29, 2017.
Melissa > Don't Break the Oath
I did a lol
heterosexuals should be mocked for allowing humanity to continue
Cannibal Corpse is actually good
Tool is not metal and sucks ass
Filosofem is the ultimate black metal album
Nu metal sucks
SOAD and Disturbed are not nu metal
Thrash metal died in the 90s
(None of these are true)
That reminds me that this is an actual thing from NWN.
Your bullet belt takes less bullets if you're a vegan, obviously.
I also thought it was kind of funny he was asking if Dream Death was a christian band a while ago like it detracted from them in some way.
I must also state that The Who is not metal. They are technically metal but the consensus says otherwise.
Why thank you.
Once again, nothing to do with consensus, they are not metal by the faintest of technicalities, consensus or not.
Dude im just fucking around. They're kind of a mix between rock, pop, and prog.
everyone knows they were progressive deathcore
I saw that. Cringey stuff.
Melissa and Don't Break the Oath are both so fucking brilliant and perfect. I got into Mercyful Fate relatively late compared to most of the other big names, but those two albums have done nothing but grow. Most prog metal bands wish they had songwriting that involved, let alone their contemporaries in trad metal. Even stuff like classic Maiden and Priest I've begun to see some of the relative weak points, but those two seem bulletproof. I think I prefer Melissa for its higher consistency both in writing and in tone/mood, and because it has the single greatest collection of riffs, Satan's Fall, of basically any song, but Don't Break the Oath has sharper left turns and probably more 10/10 songs.
Support, although they were one of the first heavy metal bands that I got into after the famous ones. I'd pick Melissa because I got that album first, but I think that both are pretty much perfect albums.
I also got Melissa first, Don't Break the Oath just slowly grew on me and eventually surpassed Melissa.
Don't Break the Oath was one of the first extreme metal albums I bought