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13 hours ago, GorboGorboze said:

Welcome, once I thought I had a CD of a Spanish metal band. The are called Ankla, and the album was called Steep Trails, and I liked it, but it turns out they are american. Oh well. Perhaps you could name some Spanish bands you like.

 

14 hours ago, GrayscaleDawn said:

Hey and welcome. :) 

Thank you ;) 

11 hours ago, ProfessorBoozenthrash said:

Ohh an AC/DC lover, excellent. Welcome to the forum!

Thank you!!! I am crazy for them ;) 

12 hours ago, natassja7 said:

Hey :) Welcome I love Pantera too!

Thank you!! If you like Pantera ... you are a person with exquisite taste :) 

14 hours ago, deathstorm said:

Welcome to the forum arantxa

Thank you!! Great forum, but it took me a little while of how to reply messages....hahaha!!

13 hours ago, GorboGorboze said:

Welcome, once I thought I had a CD of a Spanish metal band. The are called Ankla, and the album was called Steep Trails, and I liked it, but it turns out they are american. Oh well. Perhaps you could name some Spanish bands you like.

No idea who they are... my knowledge is not very wide! My favaorite spanish bands are (in not particular order):

Baron Rojo, Obus, Banzai, Tierra Santa, Rosa negra, Saratoga, Zenobia. I am crazy about japanese culture from terror movies to yukatas. There are a couple of heavy metal bands that I really like: X-Japan and Boris. Crazy for them! ?

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