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favorite band vocal wise?

Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by zim18, Jul 15, 2006.

  1. Darkspyre

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    Good call. He kicks ass, and is amazing live. :headbang:
     
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    Does Kelly Clarkson even write her own songs ?

    Is it me or do american idol singers release their debut cds strangly fast. Then again pop singers buy their music so it's not exactly hard for them to come up with a fullength worth of material because their music is already written in advanced. I guess pop singers just have to hope they buy the right song so it's a hit so they can make money for the label back plus.

    I find it weird pop singers just get backed with a bunch of people they don't know at the moment that play their songs. Every tour a pop singer could have a different band or even every appearance.

    What happened to finding people and making music. These people don't even have to try or do anything.

    The thing that sucks for these people is the music industry changes and these peoples are the only ones in music affected by it so it's almost like a payback for them getting it easy.
     
  3. Perpetual Catatonia

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    Yeah Pop people don't write their own stuff.

    You know that song that you hear on E-Harmony commercials? The "this will be, an everlasting love ...". Well yeah, that's not ever written by that chick. Fucking rip-off!

    Anyway :) I like Pig Destroyers vocals too.
     
  4. Wires & Waves

    Wires & Waves New Metal Member

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    theres more to pop music beyond manufactured top 40 stuff
     
  5. Matt

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    true, but most of it is plain crap.occasionly something catches my ear, but not often since i dont listen to pop radio.
     
  6. SacredReich

    SacredReich Of darksome origin

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    vehemence is one i forgot to mention. wow, i guess they're slightly brutal.
     
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    Hammer of Might New Metal Member

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    Vintersorg
    Novembre
    Quo Vadis
    The Black Dahlia Murder
    Ulver (Garm)
     
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    Vilden From the holy kingdom of Harmonia

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    Scald (Rus) and Beherit are both high up on my list.
     
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    Carcassian Utopian Blaster

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  11. BlackSeedsOnVirginSoil

    BlackSeedsOnVirginSoil DeathFlowsThroughMyVeins

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    Good thread.

    I'd have to say;

    Behemoth, Nile, Nevermore, Iron Maiden, Coroner.
     
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    Nightwish, Immortal (technically crap, but awesomely cold and menacing), Hypocrisy, Skyfire, and Tool.
     
  13. Shiny McShining Rodriguez

    Shiny McShining Rodriguez Pain: the gateway.

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    Blind Guardian
    Dio
    Solitude Aeturnus
    Nevermore
    Candlemass

    I can't think of anymore right now, but you get the gist. I rate epic sounding vocals.
     
  14. Killbot

    Killbot A Killer Robot

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    Whaaaaaaaa?!
     
  15. metal_wrath

    metal_wrath I dip my forefinger...

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    Nile does have a good vocalist! He has some sick low pitched death grunts and shreds with the best of them. Also there is a lot of thought that goes into the lyrics, as they are all related to egyptian history/mythology.
     
  16. metal_wrath

    metal_wrath I dip my forefinger...

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    It just sounds like a low pitch rumbling, every vocalist and his dog can do that, but there's hardly any variation so it just sounds very boring. His ability to shred isn't really relevant to the topic. Don't get me wrong, I like Nile, I just think the vocals are very average.
     
  18. Shiny McShining Rodriguez

    Shiny McShining Rodriguez Pain: the gateway.

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    I can appreciate Nile's vocals, but I wouldn't place them as my favourite... each to their own.
     
  19. metal_wrath

    metal_wrath I dip my forefinger...

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    I wouldn't either.
     
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    I just really like how heavy and low they are. It really makes for some fucked up listening. Dissection has some pretty good vocals too, they may sound typical BM sometimes, but they differ,and go really well with the music.

    I stick with Nevermore though, the off key singing really adds an amazing touch to their music.
     

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