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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    Terrible mix, gonna puke.
    I'm guessing you won't like Korn vs Abba then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    Metal is derived from a 70's and 80's style that resemble bands like black sabbath, motorhead and metallica. Tool has an alternative sound similar to newer forms of "D-tuned" rock such as alice and chains, peach and helmet. All those bands came out in the early 90's with "D-tuned" guitars little soloing and heavy low key rhythm. So technically they should be in a genre called Alternative rock or Alternative Metal. It's fairly outside the box of "metal" as it is genuinely it's own style.
    In the classic "heavy metal" sense, though, pretty much nothing in this thread is metal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freeeekyyy View Post
    In the classic "heavy metal" sense, though, pretty much nothing in this thread is metal.
    Most of the metal in this thread is built upon that "classic metal" sound if you listen to the melody, lyrics and song structures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Il Morto Che Parla View Post
    I'm guessing you won't like Korn vs Abba then.
    I don't know I have to hear it first.

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    Here are a few songs from one of my most favorite technical death metal cds. Ulcerate is probably one of the most unique bands of that style, sounds like if Deathspell Omega played death metal. Very intense and atmospheric stuff; they use a lot of weird chords and atonality, with a large range of dynamics and a strong 'wall of sound' feel, though it is far from indistinguishable as the production is very balanced. I don't expect anyone will like this, as it is pretty far out there and unorthodox, even for death metal, but I'm bored, so whatever.








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    And if you thought that was weird...heh.


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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    so what do you think makes that song metal?
    who cares all SOD is great.

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    Yes please.







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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    Metal is derived from a 70's and 80's style that resemble bands like black sabbath, motorhead and metallica. Tool has an alternative sound similar to newer forms of "D-tuned" rock such as alice and chains, peach and helmet. All those bands came out in the early 90's with "D-tuned" guitars little soloing and heavy low key rhythm. So technically they should be in a genre called Alternative rock or Alternative Metal. It's fairly outside the box of "metal" as it is genuinely it's own style.
    Metal. Is it metal?


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    Here are a few songs from one of my favorite gothic metal cds, Sirenia - At Sixes and Sevens. That one and An Elixir for Existence are really their only good ones. On both of those cds, Morten Veland (formerly of Tristania) does everything aside from some vocals done by one or two other people.








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