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Hello, got a tough one...

listened to a really nice song on YT yesterday and saved the link to get the song today but now it's deleted.

it started with clear vocals and transitioned to a growl at the chorus. The chrorus contained a  very short phrase (3, 4 words) wich endend with the word "metal" and was repeated a couple of times.

Any guess?

Thank you.

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I remember a song that i dont remember his name or it's band name.

But the clip was at a graveyard, the band has two girls(im almost sure theyre sisters) one plays the bass and the other sings, with another man who growls(metalcore song)

The song has latin and english lyrics(not sure about it)

This song has a lot of views, so its not suppost to be unfimiliar with metalheads.

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Hey, you have provided plenty of information, way above average in fact. Not many posts like this result in someone finding what you are looking for for you. I'm always interested in why one searches for a lost song though. Could you please explain, even if it is simply that you liked it and want to see more of the band, and see the video again. Thanks for you consideration, and sorry we can't be more helpful to you.

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Hello,

Since I am new to this forum I did not knew where to put my question so I left it in this section.

Recently I watched a YouTube video and I heard some pretty nice music playing in the background while narrator was talking. I tryed using Shazam to find out the song but it did not work. 

I am wondering if any of you, who is probably more familiar with this kind of music recognises it.

Here is following link of the YouTube video. Song/melody starts at 1:42 and ends at 2:22. I would appritiate your help.

*Since time is dispayed here backwards It starts at 1:31 and ends at 0:51.*

Link: 

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Have a nice day,

-Zehrkaput

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I've been searching for a song/band I heard on a sampler oh so long ago and giving Metal Forum a shot. 

 

So, it was on a Columbia Records new music sampler during the mid nineties. Remember the pay a penny and get 10 CDs deal? Yeah, that. The band was definitely Avant Garde: the song had a swinging jazz break down in the middle, a dude says "Oysters!" in a funny voice and then it got brutal. It sounded like most of the instruments, if not all, were actually all done on keyboards. That's all I remember...Any helps?

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Hi!

I’m looking for heavy metal bands or tracks that sounds like a combination of a machine-gun and war drum. 
Like the best of old Pantera! 

Nothing too speedy with high pitched vocals or guitar masturbations. :)


Here are some more examples of what I’m looking for:

Throwdown – Borrowed time
Throwdown – Defend with violence
Throwdown – Suffer, Conquer
Throwdown – Intolerance
Hatebreed – I will he heard

Anthrax – Keep it in the family (First 50 sec. are good)

A perfect murder – Snake eyes
A perfect murder – Possessed (Good until the sining start)

Crowbar – High rate extinction
Crowbar – Plasmic and pure
Crowbar – I am the storm

Helmet – Iron head

Pantera – Goddamn Electric
Pantera – I’ll cast a shadow
Pantera – Drag the waters


 

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23 hours ago, JonnyV123 said:

Hi!

I’m looking for heavy metal bands or tracks that sounds like a combination of a machine-gun and war drum. 
Like the best of old Pantera! 

Nothing too speedy with high pitched vocals or guitar masturbations. :)


Here are some more examples of what I’m looking for:

Throwdown – Borrowed time
Throwdown – Defend with violence
Throwdown – Suffer, Conquer
Throwdown – Intolerance
Hatebreed – I will he heard

Anthrax – Keep it in the family (First 50 sec. are good)

A perfect murder – Snake eyes
A perfect murder – Possessed (Good until the sining start)

Crowbar – High rate extinction
Crowbar – Plasmic and pure
Crowbar – I am the storm

Helmet – Iron head

Pantera – Goddamn Electric
Pantera – I’ll cast a shadow
Pantera – Drag the waters


 

So mid-tempo grinding riffage is what you're after? I know a couple albums that fit the bill about as well as anythingI own.

 

 

Bolt Thrower are crazy consistent. Grinding riffs that never let up across the board. It's like being run over by a tank but in a good way.

 

 

There is a song on this album called 'The Krusher' and the whole album is as heavy and overwhelming as you might expect given that title. Punishing mid-tempo death metal that never lets up. This album 'Last One On Earth' is Asphyx at their finest.

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I've been searching the internet for hours - nothing. I was wondering how rare this record is, if it even exists at all, i noticed that there is an amazon page for it but there is no picture used for it and it reads 'out of stock, not sure when more will be back' or something along those lines. Regarding the rarity of the record im having a very tough time finding anything regarding it, so if anyone could shed some light that would be very much appreciated <3 See you in the pit \m/!

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looking for a band I had listen to back in the day, I don't remember muchow unfortunately but I do remember the line " mom (she) was out with the milkman giving the dog a bone." and I believe some of the album art had a demon looking chick in a cave, I know not much to go on and vague but any help would be awesome, thanks keep rockin' 

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4 hours ago, kiralight said:

looking for a band I had listen to back in the day, I don't remember muchow unfortunately but I do remember the line " mom (she) was out with the milkman giving the dog a bone." and I believe some of the album art had a demon looking chick in a cave, I know not much to go on and vague but any help would be awesome, thanks keep rockin' 

I moved your original post to our dedicated thread here. Sorry I can't be of help, but if anyone can, they'll see this here. Please don't spam the board with duplicate threads.

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Most of these posts look like they're coming from phoney accounts. They all seem to have the same style of username, they only post once in garbled English, then are gone. There's something sinister about all of this...

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Ok this will be very vague because I heard it years ago, and have forgotten any lyrics otherwise I'd search it myself.

But, it's a metal song about wanting to murder someone, and it's basically a list of all these ways of murdering someone  painfully, which are quite dark and creative. 

I know there will be probably a few that match the description, but I can't really remember much more. So just throw song names at me that sound anything like that! 

It's definately NOT Creature Feature as that was funny in the humourous sense and too 'fun', this was funny because, it's dark and kind of twisted.

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I'm trying to find out what band the song"rhythm of the slaughter" was made by,I can't find the song anywhere on the net but i had an album a few years back and the song was awesome but can't remember the band 

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