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    My SO is ESTj and she hates it, thinks it's just noise. And she likes country and the pop stuff out now, which I hate. Car trip soundtracks are tough!



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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    My SO is ESTj and she hates it, thinks it's just noise. And she likes country and the pop stuff out now, which I hate. Car trip soundtracks are tough!
    Metal isn't noise!!
    It's epic.

    My condolences.

    Nice of you to tolerate her music on car rides, though.

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    ISFJ here and Metal is my favorite type of music. Favorite band is probably Iron Maiden.

    Though I like Metal, I do not enjoy senseless screaming, growling etc. I like music that has a good voice behind it and I prefer well written songs as opposed to shallow lyrics, though I realise a lot of Metal has a lot of cheesy lyrics, I prefer those kinds than say Rap where the majority of it is about well, we all know what most Rap talks about :P

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    I don't like it becuase it doesn't have a rythm or beat. Plus, all the singers do is scream.

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    I used to like As I Lay Dying several years ago when I was first getting into heavier music. However, these days, I can't stand them. I listen to a ton of stuff that the vast majority of people who listen to metal would not like at all due to most of it being far too unorthodox, extreme, and not easy to get into; the most well-known bands I listen to regularly would include Cannibal Corpse, Death, Atheist, Cynic, Nevermore, Emperor, Pig Destroyer, Carcass, and Suffocation, who are all exponentially more popular than the others I like, and only make up a small portion of everything. It requires a highly trained ear and knowledge of music to be able to truly understand it; to the uninitiated, it would be senseless, as it goes outside the rather small box of what is considered acceptable and normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Stars View Post
    I used to like As I Lay Dying several years ago when I was first getting into heavier music. However, these days, I can't stand them. I listen to a ton of stuff that the vast majority of people who listen to metal would not like at all due to most of it being far too unorthodox, extreme, and not easy to get into; the most well-known bands I listen to regularly would include Cannibal Corpse, Death, Atheist, Cynic, Nevermore, Emperor, Pig Destroyer, Carcass, and Suffocation, who are all exponentially more popular than the others I like, and only make up a small portion of everything. It requires a highly trained ear and knowledge of music to be able to truly understand it; to the uninitiated, it would be senseless, as it goes outside the rather small box of what is considered acceptable and normal.
    Yeah, AILD is one of those catapult bands. Most guys were into that metalcore stuff before their tastes "matured", if you will. I don't like a lot of metalcore but they're one of those bands that I will always like. I don't like a lot of the metal/grind you listed. I like easy listening.

    Dark Tranquillity is probably my fave metal band.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spectre of the spam View Post
    I don't like it becuase it doesn't have a rythm or beat.
    Actually, it does.
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