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Re: Heavy Metal Music

Postby CamberXite » Thu Jan 08, 2009 12:10 am

I just got my paws on a set of AC/DC tickets for this Friday.
Mucho excited. It should be an amazing show.

I'm also seeing Cradle of Filth this month, on the 20th I believe.
Should be a good show too.

Has anyone heard of the band Amon Amarth?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFq2YJKYa-k

Been listening to them for a while, they are hella good.
I love their music because their songs tell a story.
Like the song that I posted, it's all about them going into a battle, and how he dies, and that they should "lay a stone for all to see" in his memory.

Brilliant song :)
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Re: Heavy Metal Music

Postby jasmine » Thu Jan 08, 2009 1:33 pm

Amon amarth is great, ive seen them live numerous times. I dont agree into the heave metal topic though. Amon amarth for instance is viking metal. Mb the topic should be just metal.

Im mostly into folkmetal nowadays, but i like all kinds of metal.
in extremo, amon amarth, samael, opeth, saltation mortis, leaves eyes, moonspell, srapping young lad, after forever, orphanage, etc etc
I love going to festivals like (www.summer-breeze.de), where i can watch all kinds of bands and discover some i dind t know before.
But i also listen to michael jackson (thriller!), madonna, pink, and that kind of stuff.
And one of my favourite classical songs: dance macabre by saint saens.
Actually i can listen to almost anything except: hiphip, r&b, rap, dutch songs and ska.
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Re: Heavy Metal Music

Postby CamberXite » Thu Jan 08, 2009 4:01 pm

jasmine wrote:Amon amarth is great, ive seen them live numerous times. I dont agree into the heave metal topic though. Amon amarth for instance is viking metal. Mb the topic should be just metal.


Lots of people don't know much about metal.
They think its all the same..
But in fact, there are many genres of metal. Blackened Death Metal, Thrash, Metalcore, Progressive Metal, Black Metal, Death Metal, Viking Metal, Gothic Metal, Grindcore ect.. The list goes on forever.

Many people don't listen to metal because they think its 'noise' . My mum used to think that it was just noise, and that it sounded like Satan was erupting from the speakers lol. But one day I sat her down and made her listen to a few bands, and she started appreciating the music. My mum is almost 40 years old and she's one of the biggest metal heads I know.

These days everyone seems to be clouded by those biitch-boy bands such as Metro Station, or the 'Gangsters' who rap about how horny they are. Seriously, that crap is NOT music.
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Re: Heavy Metal Music

Postby jasmine » Thu Jan 08, 2009 4:15 pm

Oh well, my mother in law, who wasnt into metal at all, went with us to the summerbreeze festival in germany(www.summerbreeze.de), and now se goes with us -every- year ;)

We took her out to ac apocalyptica concert for het bday, she loved that :)
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Re: Heavy Metal Music

Postby CamberXite » Sat Jan 10, 2009 1:29 pm

^ Aww.
That's so nice :)

Alright.
So last night I went to an AC/DC concert..
It was amazing.
If you guys ever get the chance to check them out, DO SO!
It's worth every penny.
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Re: Heavy Metal Music

Postby ravenGirl2468 » Thu Jan 15, 2009 6:15 pm

i dont now if this counts as heavy metal but i have been to a nickelback concert,green day concert,aerosmith,ac/dc,bon jovey,and last but not least poison concert
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Re: Heavy Metal Music

Postby museicalking » Thu Jan 15, 2009 6:41 pm

CamberXite wrote: These days everyone seems to be clouded by those biitch-boy bands such as Metro Station, or the 'Gangsters' who rap about how horny they are. Seriously, that crap is NOT music. [/b]


:lol: :lol: :lol:

so funny so true!

OME! i havent been on here forever.
gosh, i need to catch up.

camberxite- im moving to canada. sure, VA is pretty close and ive been to see more concerts than i can count- but you go to see everyone!
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LindsOuimet wrote:Is anyone else confused by the fact that Trivium and Slipknot are going on tour with... Coheed and Cambria? I mean, what the hell....?


Yep.
I love this idea.
Coheed is an amazing band, and they deserve to share a stage with 2 of the greatest bands alive. :)

Alright, so I've been MIA for a while.
Lots of concerts.. haha.

To start off, I'd like to state that I've officially met my favorite band.
THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER !
http://www.myspace.com/blackdahliamurder

I saw them live two weeks ago. My friends band (Terrohorse) shared the stage with them.
So we stayed back after the show to have a beer or two, and the whole of The Black Dahlia Murder joined us ! :D

I play drums myself, so it was a great inspiration to meet my favorite drummer<3
He gave me a hug and I nearly fainted HAHAHA.

2 days before the BDM show, I saw Avenged Sevenfold and the day after that, I saw Protest The Hero .

I've also seen Gojira, Job For A Cowboy, BMTH, Suicide Silence, Five Finger Death Punch (again) and Escape The Fate in the past 2 months.

On the way I've found some cool new ssssshiit that you guys NEED to listen to !

Terrorhorse , for starters.
Not only are they my friends band, but they truly have talent.
It amazes me that they aren't signed yet.
http://www.myspace.com/terrorhorse

Baptized In Blood
Seen these guys twice now.
Proper amazing band.
http://www.myspace.com/baptizedinblood

Tool isn't quite new to me, I've listened to them before, but I could never really get into them.
This past month I went out and got all their albums, and they are pretty amazing.

Mastodon is another band that I used to hate, but now I can't get enough of them lol.
Deffo worth the listen :)

iwrestledabearonce is another awesome band that I've really gotten in to.
Amazing vocalist :)



all of this is amazazing.
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Re: Heavy Metal Music

Postby CamberXite » Thu Jan 15, 2009 9:00 pm

LOL.
Nickleback, Green Day ..
Not heavy metal, but sure (:


museicalking wrote:
CamberXite wrote: These days everyone seems to be clouded by those biitch-boy bands such as Metro Station, or the 'Gangsters' who rap about how horny they are. Seriously, that crap is NOT music.


:lol: :lol: :lol:

so funny so true!

OME! i havent been on here forever.
gosh, i need to catch up.

camberxite- im moving to canada. sure, VA is pretty close and ive been to see more concerts than i can count- but you go to see everyone!


HI ! <3
Wow, I haven't seen you around in ages.

Haha, guilty as charged.
I try catch all the bands that come here.
I love going to shows, the energy is just such a thrill for me.
Like my own personal brand of heroin, haha.

Tomorrow I'm going to see Theory of A Deadman
Cradle of Filth on the 20th.
Terrorhorse on the 24th.
Funeral For A Friend on the 28th
& The Salads on the 29th

Then I'm done with concerts for the month..

I'm looking forward to seeing Combichrist on the 7th of Feb!!
I can hardly wait.
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Re: Heavy Metal Music

Postby museicalking » Thu Jan 15, 2009 11:21 pm

CamberXite wrote:LOL.
Nickleback, Green Day ..
Not heavy metal, but sure (:


museicalking wrote:
CamberXite wrote: These days everyone seems to be clouded by those biitch-boy bands such as Metro Station, or the 'Gangsters' who rap about how horny they are. Seriously, that crap is NOT music.


:lol: :lol: :lol:

so funny so true!

OME! i havent been on here forever.
gosh, i need to catch up.

camberxite- im moving to canada. sure, VA is pretty close and ive been to see more concerts than i can count- but you go to see everyone!


HI ! <3
Wow, I haven't seen you around in ages.

Haha, guilty as charged.
I try catch all the bands that come here.
I love going to shows, the energy is just such a thrill for me.
Like my own personal brand of heroin, haha.

Tomorrow I'm going to see Theory of A Deadman
Cradle of Filth on the 20th.
Terrorhorse on the 24th.
Funeral For A Friend on the 28th
& The Salads on the 29th

Then I'm done with concerts for the month..

I'm looking forward to seeing Combichrist on the 7th of Feb!!
I can hardly wait.


lucky. and yeah, i've been busy. very, actually.
taking guitar and photography has been taking me everywhere.
the most memorable concert since ive been here has the RED HOT CHILLI PEPPERS!
yeahhh!!!!

the thrill. the personal brand of heroin? HALE YEAH!
gosh, i cant begin to tell you how crazy i get around the moshpits here- but luckily my guyfriends (the ppl i go to shows with) are always there i dont get punched, or trampled.... ya know when im a bit... ;)
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Re: Heavy Metal Music

Postby CamberXite » Fri Jan 16, 2009 6:41 pm

museicalking wrote:lucky. and yeah, i've been busy. very, actually.
taking guitar and photography has been taking me everywhere.
the most memorable concert since ive been here has the RED HOT CHILLI PEPPERS!
yeahhh!!!!

the thrill. the personal brand of heroin? HALE YEAH!
gosh, i cant begin to tell you how crazy i get around the moshpits here- but luckily my guyfriends (the ppl i go to shows with) are always there i dont get punched, or trampled.... ya know when im a bit... ;)


Aah, that sounds like fun!
I quit my job at Stitches, and I now have 3 students that I teach drums too.
It's pretty cool, getting paid to do what I love, haha.

Ah, RHCP!?
I would love to see them In concert.

Most memorable concert of this month would have to be AC/DC and The Black Dahlia Murder.
They we're both amazing shows.

Haha, niceee.
I never get hurt in the moshpits, I'm always the one doing the hurting, lol.
My friends would never let someone hurt me though, they would murder anyone who tried to take a swing at me.
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