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THE METAL CRYPT proudly presents: Soundtracks of My Youth - Part 6. IS ONLINE

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    Most of us became interested in music at a very young age. Some of us (the most talented ones, I guess) go even farther and learn to play an instrument, form a band or become a solo artist and dream of fame and fortune. It's a shame that only a small minority have the chance to be a part of a popular band and tour all over the world while putting bread and butter on the table. This road may be tough and rocky, that's for sure.

    Tons of music was probably lying around when we were all kids, being your parents' vinyl albums or your beloved aunt's cassettes or some random music that you liked on the radio, and we fell instantly in love with it.

    We here at the shiny ivory tower of The Metal Crypt are always willing to dig a little deeper and we contacted a bunch of musicians and asked what were their favorite and influential bands and albums from their childhoods (a so-called "soundtrack of youth") that eventually took them on a long journey in their career.

    This is the first part... enjoy!

    Thanks to John Gallagher of Raven, Michael Borders of Massacre, Aku Kytölä of Coronary, Uncle Death of Creepshow, Lips of Anvil, Brian Tatler of Diamond Head, Teemu Vähäkangas of Bloodride, Pekka Montin of Ensiferum, Ricard of Proscrito, King Fowley of Deceased, Lasse Pyykkö of Hooded Menace and Phil Rind of Sacred Reich, for their sweet contribution to this first part of the series.
     
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    ... and the 2nd part of this series has now been published, too. Enjoy... :)

    Thanks to Vincent Crowley of Vincent Crowley Band, Admiral Nobeard of Swashbuckle, Bobby Franklin of Medieval Steel, Kristian Havard of Xentrix, Freddy of Necronomicon, Martin Missy of Protector, Ralf W. Garcia and V.O. Pulver of Poltergeist, Joe of Evil Invaders, Vladimir Korg of The Mist, Howard H Smith of Acid Reign, Heavy Kevy of Insanity Alert, Jukka Kolehmainen of Abhorrence, Christopher Appleton of Absolva, Romeo Promos Promopoulos of Schizophrenia, Guido Gevels of Cyclone, Joachim Kremer of Assassin and R.B. "Brögi" Broggi of Messiah for their awesome contribution for this second part of the series.
     
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    ... and the 3rd part of the series has been published now, too.

    Thanks to: Markus Toivonen of Ensiferum, Anssi Korkiakoski of Wishing Well, Stephan Gebédi of Thanatos, Mike Sabatini of Attacker, Raúl Morán of Aeolian, Ol Drake of Evile, Randy Meinhard of Sacrosanct, Chris Logue of Savage Grace, Tomi Ihanamäki of Amoth, Jeff Janiak of Discharge/Broken Bones, Anders Iwers of Dark Tranquillity, Deathlörd of Children of Technology, Christian Larsson of Last Legion, Kyle Thomas of Exhorder, Stuart Laurence of Ignitor, Avenger of Nocturnal, Kevin Wynn of Tysondog, Steve Hochheiser of Deténte, Peavy Wagner of Rage, Annick Giroux of Cauchemar, Mats Karlsson of 220 Volt and Melechesh Ashmedi of Melechesh.
     
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    ... and the 4th part of the "S.o.M.Y." has now been published on The Metal Crypt.

    Thanks to the following nice individuals for being a part f this:

    Ian Greg of Torch, Metallic Kitty of Decadence, Stefan Kauffmann of Witchbound, Dan Lowndes of Cruciamentum, Jason Conde-Houston of Skelator, Thomas Cronin of Celestial Sanctuary, Draakh Kimera and Goth Gorgon of Mörk Gryning, El Rojo of Metal Inquisitor, Fredrik Söderberg of Dawn, Nolan Lewis of Kryptos, Rich Walker of Solstice (UK), Robert "Thord" Granath of Mefisto, Oscar Clorio of Cenotaph, Steve Williams of Power Quest, Patrik Lindgren of Thyrfing, Ben Homberger of Wheel, Freddie "Wolf" Pedersen of Evil, Johnny Hedlund of Unleashed, Luther Beltz of Witchfynde, David Miller of Toxic Ruin and Darren Chaney of Unprovoked.
     
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    Check out Part V of "Soundtracks of My Youth" where several musicians share the albums that influenced them early on.

    Part V includes contributions from Marios Petropoulos, Chris Zoukas and Dimitris Kartaloglou of Sacral Rage, Andres Perez and Sebas Silvera of Violblast, Dan Thundersteel of Megaton Sword, Salva Esteban of Holycide, Gene Palubicki of Perdition Temple, Gerre of Tankard, Chris Reifert of Autopsy, Matt Barnes of Monstrosity, Robert Wilkerson of Evil Army, Mario Vogel of Vendetta, Chris, Nick and Daif of Stälker, Tommy ReinXeed of Majestica, Ronni Le Tekro of TNT and Lizzy, Mio, Isabelle, Mac and Milla of Frantic Amber.
     
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    Check out Part VI of "Soundtracks of My Youth" where several musicians share the albums that influenced them early on.

    Contributions by Max Otero of Mercyless, Anders Engberg of Sorcerer, Andre Hartoonian of HeXeN, Maria Diese of Rampart, Rami Jämsä of Convulse, Jim Mutilator of Yoth Iria, J.P. Brown of Hellwitch, Lee Payne of Cloven Hoof, Emil Norberg of Persuader, Mark Briody of Jag Panzer, Andy Dawson of Savage, Kragen Lum of Heathen, Ville Wiren of Evil Drive, Niilo Sevänen of Insomnium, Andy Boulton of Tokyo Blade, Paul Arnold of At War and Vorskaath of Zemial.
     

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