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I did some research and came to this conclusion:
Tales From The Thousand Lakes and Black Winter Day , Elegy , Eclipse , Silent Waters , Skyforger...
WOW thank you very much:kickass:
Hey guys, there was a thread on the official Amorphis forum which linked chapters from Kalevala to Amorphis songs and I can't seem to find it...
Finally!!!! If Arcturus is going to be resurrected then 2009 is a great year for metal.
Iced Earth - High Water Mark
MAYH for me
A legend has returned.
Take care of you and your family and the band. It was nice to see you posting in the forum.
For the hell of it.
Opeth - Epilogue
One last epic bump from me.
Ok, this is my last post until everything clears. If this forum is not gonna get closed I will continue to post, if not.....then it's all history....
YESSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!! But we want an encore!!!!
EDIT: it was my honor to post in this (now) legendary thread.
"It is estimated that up to 55% of all Opeth fans are also fans of Steve Wilson's Porcupine Tree, making it impossible for one to co-exist without...
1. Nine Inch Nails - Head Like A Hole
2. Katatonia - Day or Dream Theater - Eve
3. Pearl Jam - Alive
4. Nine Inch Nails - Burn
5. Opeth -...
Yeah, but Colony was fucking awesome. Anyway, Opeth only got a little bit mainstream with Watershed and a little bit with Ghost Reveries.
Metallica - For Whom The Bell Tolls and Black Sabbath - Fairies Wear Boots have some similarities.
Alice in Chains - We Die Young
BLACK WUUUT IMMUTTALLL!!!!!!!!!!:rock::kickass::rock::kickass::rock::kickass:
And that epic song "Through Bastard Fires...."