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Talk about as many niche sub-genres of metal as you like i.e. Metalcore, Deathcore, Melodic Metal etc.

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  1. Metalcore

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  3. NAILS sucks

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  4. Blood Metal?

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  5. "Orchestral" metal?

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  6. Songs with acoustic guitars

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  7. Drone Metal

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  8. Swans

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  9. Viking Metal

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  10. Oathbreaker

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  11. Devil Metal

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  12. Honest

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