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Hello all. I came from Germany, and i have chosen to join an American Metalboard because germany sucks lol.

I really wanna test now if its true, and the Mentality is different.

So i give it a Try, and i hope you give me one.

My Name is Daniel, and im 39 Years old. I make Music which you can hear:

Moderator edit: Not outside of the promo section we can't - link removed.

and i like making Animations and handcrafting, yeah ok. So My favorite Metalbands are Children of Bodom, Cradle of Filth, and im ashamed but i really like Marylin Manson, but his Music only. Hes A Genius but he terrorising his Bandmambers. I listen a Lot of Old Stuff also, like In Extremo. A German Medieval Band, I think its called Pagan Metal, but in my Youth we called it Medieval Metal.

And of course the old Stuff from Metallica.

Ok thats me so far. :D

Sry for my not so perfect English

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Oh its global yes, i tought .COM is in the U.S mostly.

Germans are very stuffy and salty. Everybody knows this, so if this here, is from the U.S, or Global (mixed) i guess its more relaxed. Yeah in "Generel" I heard that about American People, they are not so complicated and more open for Stuff.

And also Germans seems like have a lot of Depressions, and you can feel it anywhere. Specially now, maybe its in all Europe atm. But I can only speak for Germany. Maybe i just need a break from those People. Also on Work i must handle those People everyday, And getting a little Distance from them, at least at my Favorite Hobby, maybe could feel good for me.



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Welcome, my friend!  I wasn't aware of the Germans being stuffy and salty, but that country has produced some incredible heavy metal!  Sodom, Destruction, Tankard, Accuser, Helloween, Primal Fear, Accept....man it's crazy just thinking about it.  

I'm a massive Cradle of Filth fan, myself, so it's great to see them mentioned in your original post!

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6 hours ago, GoatmasterGeneral said:

Willkommen. You will discover new bands here. We are more fun than Wiesn Oktoberfest in Bavaria. But once you've had your fill of the Commonwealthers you might just want to go back and take your chances with your stuffy & salty Deutschland brethren.

At least its not so expensive like Oktoberfest. One more Reason here.

We all must get Vaccination and wear Masks in Bus and Railway but 1000 People in one Tent Puke and pee each other. Hypochrates i hate them.

5 hours ago, RelentlessOblivion said:

Blind Guardian as well while we are discussing German bands.


Anyway i’m late to welcome wagon as usual but hope you enjoy it here, now let’s see if I remember any of the German I learned in primary school…no, not a word seems to be the answer to that question.

Thx 👍 So you dont listen Rammstein. I bet you know the Words "Du hast" 😏

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I remember in the 90's when Rammstien became popular (or maybe just known) here in Oz, it brought a whole different group of fans to metal shows. At first they didn't really fit in with the thrash/death gigs and bands we had pushing around the place. It took probably 3 years before crowds started to settle down and accept each other.

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haha. Yeah Rammstein Fans are weird mostly. Because Lindemanns Lyrics are really sick. In Spiel mit mir he sings how he abusing his Brother in Bed. He want to get his Tree touched and the white Leafs will fall for him. I think i was 8 and i have a Brother, anytime that Song came on Sehnsucht i pushed it away, because my Father would ask me if im a Pervert by listening to this. Its a Lot of Incest and Abuse in his Songs.

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