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  1. Australian bands: Amagon - thrashy death metal. (I'm vocalist) Miazma - death metal Earth Rot - deathened black metal Idle Ruin - blackened thrash Vexation - thrash / death metal Eternal Rest - death metal The Plague - Swedish death metal Werewolves - grind/black/death Rise Of Avernus - gothic/doom/death Odius - thrash Damaged - grind
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  2. Greetings! Metallica was my gateway into metal as well.
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  3. Arise is fantastic, my favorite from Sepultura and one of my two favorite thrash albums overall.
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  4. Nah, never got to see them live. I got to see Soulfly in 1999 and that was very cool. Arise is definitely my favourite Sepultura album. It was the first thing I'd heard of them. Before I heard it I was into stuff about as heavy as Metallica and Slayer and Arise just blew me away. It took it a step further and I loved it. It just sparked something in me. I still love that album to this day.
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  5. Blut Aus Nord - Memoria Vetusta III: Saturnian Poetry Skinny Puppy - Too Dark Park
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  6. I can't believe that even Soundgarden is getting old enough to be dad rock now! haha
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  7. Been a metalhead since high school when I heard a friend play Metallica's One in music class, fell in love right away. Huge Sabbath fan, like a full bedroom dedicated to them kind of fan. I enjoy video games (PC & console), tinkering with computers and I'm a massive Star Wars fan. Told myself 2021 would be the year I'd finally learn guitar after 20 years of picking it up and putting down time and time again but it's still only January. First time using a forum like this and introducing myself, anxiety and all, but hope to meet some cool people. I'm on Facebook and Discord but in good ti
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  8. I do like their material after MOP but they will never compare to their first three records, they were the band at its finest, masterpieces for me personally and definitely true to their metal 'label'. I just think that Metallica are that band now that at least every metal head likes some of... they have diversified themselves over the decades to be more appealing - which I personally don't agree with, I prefer it when a band stays true to what defined them. Ozzy was sensational. Well as sensational as Ozzy can be, he's not exactly the staple of being a vocalist; he's just Ozzy and it wor
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  9. Cruciamentum - Charnel Passages Desultory - Into Eternity
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  10. I'm from Bulgaria but I don't listen to Bulgarian music much. There is one that I prefer above all others but they're more like rock music with some metal elements - Obraten Efekt. And also Akashti Djudjeta (which translates as something like "Pooping Gnomes"). As for specifically metal, there is one with some good music:
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  11. Thanks! Same here. I mostly prefer their 80's records. I do enjoy later material but still...those classic riffs though That's easy. Into The Void. It sounds amazing live, had the privilege of seeing them in 2013. That was one for the bucket list
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  12. Thanks 👍 oh I mean 🤘🤘🤘🤣 Okay so this one is quite cool. Ian Gillen from deep purple.ok there not metal music as such but I think it could be argued they laid some of the foundations for metal but that's not mission of the post. In short Ian Gillen has holiday house in same sea side town where my grandparents have there flat. I hoped to see him on the Cobb pier one foggy day singing flat out smoke on the water. Would have been amazing but never happened. Maybe this year 😹🤪😂
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  13. Nah, I'm pretty sure I haven't heard them. But will check them out. I think I did post it somewhere on here before. Here's a link, anyway https://amagon.bandcamp.com/album/cremated-enemy
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  14. I would definitely go see Sepultura if they came to a city near me. We don't get many big bands come to or near where I live, especially big metal bands. I usually have to travel about 1,400 kilometers to see big metal bands that I like. Max was great live back then. It was 20 years ago. I think his voice has changed a bit since. He doesn't go as low as he used to.
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  15. That one album where you can't fault a single song on it, perfect from start to finish. Mine's is Skyforger by Amorphis. I had never heard anything like them prior to hearing it and fell in love with it instantly. I love the melodic rhythms and the overall beauty, finesse and art in each track - it's just a solid album I go back to a lot to relax and think with.
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  16. Man, I used to love "MCMXC AD", haven't listened to Enigma in such a long time. I wonder if I still have the CD somewhere.
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  17. Welcome to the forum. Pretty slow here these days but there's something nice about that. Good luck with your pursuit of guitar, hope you enjoy the place.
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  18. I have two, Folklore and Superstition from Black Stone Cherry And Le Roi Est Viva Le Roi from Enigma. I can listen to these over and over again.
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  19. Scotland - Alestorm and Gloryhammer. The first of which have about 6 albums and are in the Scottish Pirate Metal genre, or at least that's what I call them. They are definitely more understood from a Scottish citizen's point of view. But they are fun Have you heard Bulletbelt? A sort of thrashy death metal band. I'm sure they are from Australia. Rise Of The Banshee and Nine Centuries are great albums but are with a now former singer. Not too hot on their new lineup. I discovered them on the soundtrack to the indie movie Deathgasm
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  20. Man I thought it was bad here. Obviously it doesn't make me feel better to know other countries have it as bad as here or worse it just makes me angry and sad especially with the UK government whos strategy doesn't seem like it's taking covid serious enough like the Christmas day ease of restrictions which always seemed crazy to me and yeh my aunt pushed the rules she met up with 16 others and I don't think that was isolated example. I bet in the UK it happened loads. It's excellent news that you, your wife and son are through worst of it. I just hope I don't get it as I've got mild ast
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  21. Nice, glad you liked it. The debut is called "The Time Traveller's Dilemma" and the one that came out last year (also great) is "Four Dimensional Flesh". You might like their vocalist's other band Artificial Brain, too.
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  22. Kristiko

    Gordan Lazinica

    'Sujetanac' / 'The Vanitist' (piano version).
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  23. My experience of testing here in the northeastern USA has been crappy. The free testing locations are always full - which means that some people are getting tested, which is great, but it seems impossible to get an appointment - and even if you have insurance, the paid locations make you pay out of pocket unless you get a referral from your doctor. So unless you have symptoms or you know for certain that you've been exposed, you can either pay anywhere from $80-$180 depending on the location, or you can suck it and wait. Despite all of our precautions, my wife and son and I got COVID shor
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  24. From the town I grew up in iron maidens Bruce Dickinson went to the private school there and even legend has it played a gig at the ship pub there. So that's pretty cool. I'm not the biggest dickenson fan but obviously respect his singing
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  25. Here you go: Your Artwork
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  26. Nine Inch Nails - The Big Come Down
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  27. Soundgarden - Badmotorfinger Rush - Hemispheres
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  28. Kristiko

    Gordan Lazinica

    Preview of the new song 'Lonewalker'.
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  29. Kristiko

    Gordan Lazinica

    Preview of the new song 'The Vanitist'! My sister Ljiljana and I did a small vocal duet, I hope you'll like it!
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  30. Immolation - I have been going through their discography a lot of late and although I can't fight the fact that some dips in form occur I still think that they are one of the most consistent performers over the past 30 years of death metal. They have a unique sound that is instantly identifiable and can drop in some really angular leads into any track at any point to add that sense of haunting atmosphere. I would go as far as saying that any death metal fan needs to own Dawn of Possession, Here In After and Close to a World Below with nods towards Failures for Gods and Unholy Cult. Gorg
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  31. Re: Your Artwork I was bored, so I made a drawing for Metal Forum. Notice how I can't draw hands.
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