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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by Sn1p3r187, Sep 11, 2016.
Also I think Vektor and Warbringer are pretty good for progressive thrash.
Nu-metal. Sort of like it now for some reason (what happened to the font, wtf?)
Do you all hate me now?
I guess Limp Bizkit is a phase, that everyone of us simply had to go trough.
DJ Lethal who is the DJ of Limp Bizkit is from Lithuania, he's pretty good. He used to be in House of Pain the hiphop-band. Wes Borland is a good guitarist. Nu-metal is at least an attempt to do something else with the heavy metal - genre outside of growing the hair longer or adding more mascara/corpse paint.
But anyway, Teutonic Thrash, Sodom especially that my avatar pic is from one of their records, is what I like. Sodom made a good cover of Motörhead's Ace of Spades.
Ps. I wish somebody would like this post.
I don't get people who listen exclusively to Metal. Or any genre, really. I do like to blast some early Metallica and Slayer on occasion.
I also like that Metal without distortion is basically surf rock, which I love. (The drums don't really fit and there should be more drippy reverb but guitar-wise it's a match)
Trve Kvlt Svrf.
Show No Mercy in my book is Judas Priest on crack.
Any At The Gates fans , 15 years ago I was all about them. \m/
Yeah, saw them at Party.San last summer. It was pretty damn awesome.
While Death and Black Metal may have been birthed from thrash. Let's not forget, Speed metal and power metal were birthed from the NWOBHM as well. Well thrash was too, but I think speed and power tend to stick to more of what the NWOBHM established.
Thrash Metal still gives me a mega huge boner.
One song from Megadeth that I liked from since it was released, has a good video too, is this. Sorry for low sound quality.