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About MetalheadFromBama

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  • Birthday 12/10/1999

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    Guitarist. Bass player. Music lover. Video gamer. Mile runner.
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    Alabama, USA
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    Music, Exercise, Video Games

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  1. MetalheadFromBama

    New song from my solo EP “At Winters End”

    Not bad at all. It sounds a lot like Bullet For My Valentine.
  2. MetalheadFromBama

    Hey Everyone

    Welcome to the forum! Hope you enjoy your time here.
  3. MetalheadFromBama

    Metalheads checkout Drova from Melbourne, Australia

    That sounds pretty good. I can definitely hear the Kyuss influence in those songs. Keep up the good work. 🤘
  4. MetalheadFromBama

    5 bands' catalogues you'd take to a desert island.

    1. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - One of the first bands that got me into blues and pyschedelic rock. They still amaze me to this day. 2. Black Sabbath - One of my favorite metal bands, and very influential to metal in general. 3. Metallica - They introduced me to thrash metal, and pretty much just metal in general. However, albums such as “Lulu” and “Load” would get limited airplay on the island. 4. AC/DC - One of the first rock bands that I really started getting into (besides Aerosmith). I could duck walk on the island for exercise. 5. Led Zeppelin - Another good rock band that influenced metal. One of the first bands that I started collecting many albums on vinyl with.
  5. MetalheadFromBama

    What Are You Listening To?

    The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Axis: Bold As Love
  6. MetalheadFromBama

    Movie Quotes Game

    Seven (or Se7en) Nothin’ worth braggin’ about.
  7. MetalheadFromBama

    First 10 Songs

    1. Sonny Rollins - Blue 7 (some good old jazz) 2. The Troggs - Wild Thing (a good classic that even Hendrix performed) 3. Sleep - Nain’s Baptism (finally some metal) 4. John Coltrane - Everytime We Say Goodbye (surprised at how much jazz is showing up already) 5. Miley Cyrus - The Climb (that’s Mom’s music, not mine) 6. Tupac - All Eyez On Me (some good old gangsta rap) 7. Tupac - Can’t C Me (2 rap songs in a row) 8. Sleep - From Beyond (about time some more metal showed up) 9. The Surrey With the Fringe On Top - Wes Montgomery (How much jazz do I have on here?!) 10. AC/DC - For Those About To Rock (We Salute You) (a good rock anthem) Turns our there was a bit of variety in this list. A bit of rock, metal, jazz, pop, and rap in these 10 tracks. I’m not too surprised at the list, considering that I’ve always been a person that likes variety.
  8. MetalheadFromBama

    What Are You Listening To?

    Dokken - Breaking the Chains (Album)
  9. MetalheadFromBama

    Whatcha Eatin'?

    Sounds like you got some good protein. Have you ever tried Salted Caramel flavored oatmeal? It’s great.
  10. MetalheadFromBama

    Greetings from Bulgaria!

    Welcome to the forum. I didn’t know they used “ya’ll” in Bulgaria. I just thought it was a Southern USA thing.
  11. MetalheadFromBama

    What Are You Listening To?

    Greta Van Fleet - Safari Song I’m starting to get into this band a little bit.
  12. Due to the length of some songs and albums, I’ve been wondering: Does listening to stoner doom help your attention span become longer? For example, I’ve heard of people who can pay attention to all of Sleep’s “Dopesmoker”, which is a little more than 1 hour long.
  13. MetalheadFromBama

    your top 4 doom bands

    1. Black Sabbath 2. Pentagram 3. Type O Negative 4. Sleep
  14. MetalheadFromBama

    5 Metal Albums You'd Take to a Desert Island

    I did think a bit about variety when it came to this list, but if I chose more of a variety, then some of my favorite albums wouldn’t have made the list. I thought about possibly putting Metallica’s “Kill Em’ All” or Mayhem’s “De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas” on the list to add more variety. I would have added those two albums if I could take 10 metal albums to a desert island instead of just 5.
  15. MetalheadFromBama

    Whatcha Eatin'?

    For dinner, I had Lean Cuisine chicken fettuccini. Usually I’m not somebody who likes to eat the same thing over and over, but I’m still enjoy this stuff after a few months of eating it.
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