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The future of metal

Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by MURAI, Sep 20, 2006.

  1. Xorv

    Xorv Drug the Priest

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    It doesn't

    you fucking hypocrite.
     
  2. Blue_Jay

    Blue_Jay New Metal Member

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    lol I see country metal coming soon thanks to the popularity of the band Rebel Meets Rebel. As for the future I'm not honestly sure. In these days it's difficult for a band to become popular so... I don't see anything else happening other than country metal. As long as bands don't release a lot of bad albums I see nothing bad coming. It'll be as good

    Ps I listened to Egyptian Metal before it rocks.
     
  3. Dazed and Brutal

    Dazed and Brutal Yall About to Witness

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    Well-said
     
  4. The Bringer

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    I don't know if there will be new genres besides the continuing mixing of the already existing ones. Black metal will continue to become more and more mainstream and the ones who like the extreme black metal will continue to frown upon it while more commercial pop kids will like the more accessable black metal. Metalcore will continue to blend pop music with melodic death metal and some death metal bands will help contribute to it.

    I don't know what else can actually be started now. "Ambient metal" has always been around and never really accepted by the general scene, same with "dark metal". I don't know how much farther it can go.
     
  5. metal_wrath

    metal_wrath I dip my forefinger...

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    I disagree, one of the first metal bands I listened to was a Technical Death Metal Band, Meshuggah :headbang:
     
  6. Dazed and Brutal

    Dazed and Brutal Yall About to Witness

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    Wait you called me a noob?
     
  7. metal_wrath

    metal_wrath I dip my forefinger...

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    I was inferring, based on your username. And how does listening to Meshuggah make ME a n00b??
     
  8. MasterOLightning

    MasterOLightning Optimator

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    Yawn. Stop trolling, metal_wrath.
     
  9. Anti-Racism

    Anti-Racism New Metal Member

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    But are they art?
     
  10. Anti-Racism

    Anti-Racism New Metal Member

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    Meshuggah is a Yiddish word. Listening to Meshuggah promotes tolerance and fights anti-Semitism.
     
  11. metal_wrath

    metal_wrath I dip my forefinger...

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    Prob the opposite
     
  12. Zhou Tai 04

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    Wow, I never knew Meshuggah was in the same genre as Spawn of Possesion.:lol:


    Seriously, though, they are post-thrash.
     
  13. metal_wrath

    metal_wrath I dip my forefinger...

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    Seriously though, they sound nothing like any Thrash band I have ever heard, the vocals are more death sounding and they are technical as fuck. So I call them Technical Death Metal. I wonder what is so thrashy about them?
     
  14. anonymouswierdo

    anonymouswierdo Pitiful Newbie

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    Seeing your signature and avatar caused me to go and look for this image.

    [/off-topicness]
     
  15. cookiecutter

    cookiecutter Proceed to Ultraslamming

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    :puke: I seriously hope not.
     
  16. Dazed and Brutal

    Dazed and Brutal Yall About to Witness

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    Maybe the music?
     
  17. Satanstoenail

    Satanstoenail My Larpstyle determines my Derpstyle

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    Post-thrash. :erk:




    lol.
     
  18. Phoenix5

    Phoenix5 d3v4s7a710n

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    ummmk about that
     
  19. CF87

    CF87 Active Member

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    Meshuggah is not technical or a death metal band. Meshuggah is labelled post-thrash because they were originally a thrash band (Psykisk Testbild,Contradictions Collapse).
     
  20. The Bringer

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    I don't really know what to consider Meshuggah. It doesn't sound very thrashy at all. Can someone describe the genre of "post-thrash" for me?
     

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