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Metal sub-genres

Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by Narg n Lamb, Jan 23, 2006.

  1. Erik

    Erik New Metal Member

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  2. MadeInNewJersey

    MadeInNewJersey nursing my wounds

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    Nu-metal isn't metal. Please refer to my earlier quote about "the amazing amount of idiocy in this forum."
     
  3. Susperia

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    Yeah man me too.
     
  4. Fredy_Brown

    Fredy_Brown The Line Begins To blur.

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    Nu-metal is a form of hard rock.
    It does and I have no problem with it.
     
  5. The_Harmathroditic_Ferret

    The_Harmathroditic_Ferret I Like Violence

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  6. byrne

    byrne Certavi et vici

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    Drunkard - Hellish Metal Dominate
    Kreator - Enemy of God
    Mortal Sin - Out of the Darkness single
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    All killer thrash released in the last 2 years.
     
  7. Susperia

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    Being a grammar nazi is fun.
     
  8. Mort Divine

    Mort Divine Shrine Maiden of the In-Crowd

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    Well then what the fuck were you doing saying it didn't exist for? Dumb fuck.
     
  9. Fredy_Brown

    Fredy_Brown The Line Begins To blur.

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    boo
     
  10. Mort Divine

    Mort Divine Shrine Maiden of the In-Crowd

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  11. Grave Digger

    Grave Digger I'm sexy

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    No one on earth knows how many metal sub-genres there are. No one can keep count...
     
  12. Idunnonuten

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    Ah, well I think they are Post-death-core-grind-thrash-cunt-gore-death-black-extreme-neo-shred-classical-nu-dance-metal.
    What's great about this thread is that no one can ever be wrong.

    Agreed. You have to think that metal does change in subtle ways, as does anything, over time. Just because the bands i listed don't sound exactly like the originals doesn;t make me wring. They simply represent the more modern style.

    I won't try and argue SF, but i still think my list is pretty valid.
     
  13. Carcassian

    Carcassian Utopian Blaster

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    I'd never say you wring.
     
  14. Idunnonuten

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    Good job! I mean way-to-go, buddy! damn good point, damn good!
     
  15. dEaThToFaLsEmEtAl34

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    The reason people call it nu-metal is in mockery of the bands that play downtuned guitars with somebody rapping in the background. With no solos and nothing more complicated than 3 string chords it therefore should not be considered metal.
     
  16. Fredy_Brown

    Fredy_Brown The Line Begins To blur.

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    Hmm than Black Metal is not metal.
    Congratulation, you have proved your tr00 metal knowledge again.
     
  17. dEaThToFaLsEmEtAl34

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    Uh black metal does have solos dumbass just not the newer stuff like Cradle of Filth and Dimmu Borgir.
     
  18. Mort Divine

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    Ahaha. You jackass. Cradle of Filth are not black metal, and Dimmu Borgir have not been BM since their second album.

    BM, for the most part DOES NOT have solos.
     
  19. dEaThToFaLsEmEtAl34

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    Both Cradle of Filth and Dimmu Borgir WERE black metal and early black metal does have some solos as opposed to nu-metal which never has solos.
     
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    Cradle of Filth was never black metal you faggoth.
     

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