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[MEDIA] Been a while since I've been into an extreme metal song as much as this one. Can't wait for the album.
Slayer's farewell tour came to Cleveland on Thursday. Support was Lamb of God, Anthrax, Behemoth and Testament, none of which I've ever seen....
I've realized there have been a lot of great solo artists over the years, usually it's been a bit of a joke when artists go solo from a great...
Satan’s Fall gets my vote, but a close second is No Presents for Christmas, he’s excellent on that one.
Avenged Sevenfold is metal. Dio is metal. Incantation is metal. Five Finger Death Punch is metal.
The metal/not metal argument is fucking stupid.
...and Justice for All
Master of Puppets
Ride the Lightning
Kill 'em All
Megadeth is one of the only bands where I concede that 90% of their music post-Rust in Peace is good but not for me. Usually I hate when people...
This just came out today, saw a really positive review in Decibel and decided to check it out. Such great grind/hardcore.
I've been a longtime Sabbath fan but I never ventured too much into Ozzy's solo stuff. I'm sure for you guys this song needs no...
I'm currently experiencing this. Most of my friends liked way heavier shit and I was trying to keep up, and I missed out on a whole lot of classics.
Until the Light Takes Us
Rush - Beyond the Lighted Stage
Metallica - Some Kind of Monster
The Beatles - Eight Days a Week
The first two Motley Crue albums (Too Fast for Love and Shout at the Devil) are some great traditional metal records. They pretty much suck after...
The Priest cover is one of my favorite Slayer songs ever. It feels like a great mix of 70's and 80's metal.
This is perfect! Thanks!
It might seem really obvious but I'm looking for stuff that sounds like 70's era Priest. Power metal doesn't really do it for me but I'm looking...
Judas Priest - Sin After Sin
Judas Priest - Ram it Down
Inquisition - Ominous Doctrines
In Solitude - S/T
Darkthrone - Panzerfaust
A lot of it seems to stem from their metalcore roots and their extreme influence from Metallica.
I think Shogun by Trivium is an excellent modern metal record.
I'm not crazy about Ascendancy or The Crusade.
I posted here before asking for black metal bands with heavy/trad mixed in. A couple people recommended the Chilean band Bewitched and they're...
I don't usually listen to shit like this but I love the absolute ferocity of these guys and the production is nice.