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Discussion in 'Opeth (Archived)' started by angelofdeath9308, Feb 19, 2006.

  1. Jon Snow

    Jon Snow asoiaf afaict

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    honesty will get you nothing but flames

    Opeth > everyone, you are correct :headbang:
     
  2. Sean Casey

    Sean Casey New Metal Member

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    I like some hardcore but don't like the concerts because there's always a bunch of slamdancers or people ninja dancing
     
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    Except...the garbage bands in any local scenes today aren't emo. Thanks, good night. Read fourfa or something (google for it)

    Also, I think Trivium are pretty decent. They're a nice live band. The guitar is good stuff, but Heafy's vocals leave something to be desired.
     
  4. Lothlorien

    Lothlorien Towards the Great Sky

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    Yeah true, but it's just my opinion. I also forgot to mention that I hear alot of you guys praising how Between the Buried and Me are great, which they are, but they have alot of influence from hardcore as well as many other genres. I'm not sticking up for hardcore but something as beautiful as BTBAM can include something like hardcore.

    edit: I just read NoQuarter's post on Between the Buried and Me, my apologies.
     
  5. kbs

    kbs new millennium cyanide

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    as i lay dying and killswitch engage are really not that bad at all
     
  6. CF87

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    New Wave of American Homo Metal.

    bbwaahh ha

    :lol:
     
  7. Valerie

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  8. Hyperborean Exile

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    Dream Theater vs. Symphony X = Richard Simmons vs. Christopher Lowell
     
  9. Tubbs

    Tubbs Bi-weekly top album:

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    Thanks for officially getting this thread back off-track.

    Here, I'll fix it:

    NEW WAVE OF AMERICAN HEAVY METAL

    That doesn't include any bands before 1999 or so then.
     
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    hee
     

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