This is a discussion on metal... within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Heavy metal really began for most with the Beatle's release of "Sgt Pepper". Followed up by bands like Thin Lizzy, Deep Purple, etc. That stuff ...
August 3rd, 2012 12:52 PM
Heavy metal really began for most with the Beatle's release of "Sgt Pepper". Followed up by bands like Thin Lizzy, Deep Purple, etc. That stuff that came later (And I like some of it) swiped the name from the early stuff as much as the "Happy Boys" swiped rainbows (remember the popular window stickers in the 70s?) and the word "gay" for their own agenda.
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August 3rd, 2012 01:25 PM
The plate that was on my car when I lived in NY.
I love metal / rock. AC/DC, Metallica, G&R....basically all the 80's hair bands. I also dig some of the new rock, as long as its rock, and not this glitter covered fairy junk that these boy rockers are peddling as rock. Best I can describe it, for you Sirius listeners, is Octane and Hair Nation. It's about all I listen to.
BTW, awesome thread
August 3rd, 2012 02:34 PM
I live on Progressive Rock/Metal. Dream Theater, Symphony X, Avenged Sevenfold, Pagan's Mind... Oh and I love Frank Zappa. Not exactly metal, but I try to mention him whenever I talk music. :-)
August 3rd, 2012 05:53 PM
wow, surprising results. some of my favorites lately:
kyuss is awesome. so is clutch, orange goblin, and nebula.
Originally Posted by CanuckQue
yea i like technical death metal mostly. check out my band if you like lamb of god, Born under Sirius - Milwaukee/Port Washington, Wisconsin U.S.A. if you click the music tab you can download the stuff for free. i sing and play guitar.
Originally Posted by miller_man
the new one is silly good. alex is probably my favorite lead player of all time. his solos on the ritual? yeah.
Originally Posted by GrandZJ
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