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Old 22nd September 2009, 19:30   #166
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I dont like heavy metals , give me headache . Like instrumental .
Heavy metals ?... like the thud sound when you bang the fiat car door ?

May the dark metal clouds swallow you whole dude!

Jokes aside, but a lot of people cannot understand heavy metal/rock music!!. Even my wife cannot!. For me, it has helped me get through a lot of $4it in my life and I attribute a lot of my attitude to my taste in music. It is certainly an acquired taste and no harm in not liking it. But I never let anyone describe it as senseless. That is like blasphemy!
Up the irons!!

And no offense at all!
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Old 23rd September 2009, 13:12   #167
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Hmmm ... Do you hear Lacuna Coil? Nightwish is pretty good too. More symphonic. Liked typeO's cover in the NIB 1 album.
Type O's cover of Black Sab is one of the darkest songs that they have ever done. Back in the day we used to turn lights out, crank the volume up and listen to it. It's like an aural horror movie.

Check out "Vampiria" by Moonspell it will give you the same results!

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May the dark metal clouds swallow you whole dude!

Jokes aside, but a lot of people cannot understand heavy metal/rock music!!. Even my wife cannot!. For me, it has helped me get through a lot of $4it in my life and I attribute a lot of my attitude to my taste in music. It is certainly an acquired taste and no harm in not liking it. But I never let anyone describe it as senseless. That is like blasphemy!
Up the irons!!

And no offense at all!
Couldn't agree more dude! By the way you guys in bangalore have quite a scene with some good pubs playing metal. I remember going to a place called "Guzzlers Inn" before the Megadeth concert. The Dj was blasting Megadeth back to back and the place was full of dudes in black (totally sloshed) and folks in our corner almost started a moshpit and the staff were horrified i look forward going there again.
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lacuna coil and arch enemy are good, they have hot/sexy female vocalist.
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Old 23rd September 2009, 14:09   #169
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Hmm.....so you dig bands with female vocalists. Check out "iwrestledabearonce"(yes that's the band's name) they're very innovative, blend grindcore with jazz and electronica and are still as heavy as hell. Did I mention they have a very talented female doing main vocals.
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Hmm.....so you dig bands with female vocalists. Check out "iwrestledabearonce"(yes that's the band's name) they're very innovative, blend grindcore with jazz and electronica and are still as heavy as hell. Did I mention they have a very talented female doing main vocals.
hmm, lemme check that today.. some of the female vocalist are super talented, But i felt for a band like arch enemy a male vocalist was better, angela gossow did not quite do justice.
She is an ok singer and is hot looking, that did the job for the band..

Lacuna coil is a good band minus the donkey voice male vocalist.

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Type O's cover of Black Sab is one of the darkest songs that they have ever done. Back in the day we used to turn lights out, crank the volume up and listen to it. It's like an aural horror movie.
Oh! Yeah! Damn, remember that one. I swear that one song above all, used to give me nightmares! Crank up the volume, have a swig and close my eyes. Damn freaked out cover of the already spooky song.
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Overall, NIB 1 was a top tribute album too.
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Overall, NIB 1 was a top tribute album too.
Yes! I mean look at the bands on that album......Sepultura, Biohazard, Ministry, Cathedral, White Zombie, FNM.....great stuff. do check out NIB 2 as well.
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Old 24th September 2009, 12:48   #174
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Any decent places in Mumbai that are not Metal shy? There's this lil pub near CST where the Dj plays our stuff (death, black everything) while we play pool, however the sound system sucks. Are there any pubs in the suburbs that play metal?
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Listening to Gojira tracks off the album From Mars to Sirius...good stuff. Heavy as hell.
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gojira is great!

I recently heard a couple of tracks from the way of all flesh.. really nice.
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Any Cryptoposy fans in the house?
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Any Cryptoposy fans in the house?
Saw them live with Nile once. Though I havent heard much of their music.
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Has anyone heard the new Nile album "Those whom the gods detest"? I have just had my first listen and it's easily one of the best metal albums that I have heard this year.

If you are into death metal and haven't heard TWTGD, do yrou self a favor and check it out!
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Wolfheart, I am not too much into death metal (at least the modern variety, I do like Death, Morbid Angel, Obituary etc) but will try and have a listen. Sometimes its much harder for me to "get" these modern bands than the older stuff. (I am old!)

Got Megadeth's Endgame CD as a birthday gift...pretty good even though a bit routine stuff on it. The guitar work is stellar as is the norm with Mustaine and this time he has a great new lead to play with (Broderick).

Have also been listening to some Arsis (We are the nightmare album). Not bad at all.
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