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    Yea, lol, trust me, listen to any song on any of thier older albums and u are guaranteed a migrane, lol.

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    Slipknot - Three Nil
    Slipknot - Herectic Anthem
    Slipknot - Spit it out
    Slipknot - My plague

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    Quote Originally Posted by Formula1
    Slipknot - Three Nil
    Slipknot - Herectic Anthem
    Slipknot - Spit it out
    Slipknot - My plague
    Right on

    Jeff Loomis: He's so good, he doesn't need to be dead to have a tribute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpt_azad
    can lee551 pls post some heavy stuff now, please lol im hooked

    i'm glad you liked it. i somehow knew you would. i somehow feel bad for giving out all of my favorite metal songs from the past years combined... how selfish of me though huh? anyway...


    as i lay dying - 94 hours (classic quality stuff)

    roadrunner united - the dagger (when you combine all-star bands, what would you expect?)

    underoath - reinventing your exit (for whoever didn't like the omission of '...chasing safety' up ^there)

    avenged sevenfold - eternal rest (burning intro to neck-snapping, 2-ton, riffs)

    december - host

    the agony scene - we bury our dead at dawn -AND/OR- scapegoat (**caution** this guys voice is a little snarly, like cradle of filth if you know, just a warning)

    norma jean - memphis will be laid to waste

    [old] rammstein - herzeleid
    [not so old] rammstein - zwitter
    [nu] rammstein - keine lust

    arch enemy - lament of a mortal soul (this is a bonus track, so it might be slightly tuff // its worth it for that damn near record-fast double bass)

    rise against - torches (seems they're the band of the week around here, so i hope everyone knows this one )

    slayer - bloodline (believe its a mid-career tune)

    the used - sound effects and overdramatics (another fantastic screamer, go, bert, go!)

    atreyu - aint love grand (my fav atreyu song)

    thrice - under a killing moon (trying to get their new cd asap)

    trivium - pull harder on the strings of your martyr (they owned ozzfest, soon they'll own metal)



    ok... now you seriously can't have a head left.

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    ok, these songs aren't even heavy or metal or anything, but since i'm reccomending stuff i'll add:

    nothingface - ether
    by the end of tonight - potential getaway driver



    enjoi

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    Quote Originally Posted by lee551
    Quote Originally Posted by cpt_azad
    can lee551 pls post some heavy stuff now, please lol im hooked
    i'm glad you liked it. i somehow knew you would. i somehow feel bad for giving out all of my favorite metal songs from the past years combined... how selfish of me though huh? anyway...


    as i lay dying - 94 hours (classic quality stuff)

    roadrunner united - the dagger (when you combine all-star bands, what would you expect?)

    underoath - reinventing your exit (for whoever didn't like the omission of '...chasing safety' up ^there)

    avenged sevenfold - eternal rest (burning intro to neck-snapping, 2-ton, riffs)

    december - host

    the agony scene - we bury our dead at dawn -AND/OR- scapegoat (**caution** this guys voice is a little snarly, like cradle of filth if you know, just a warning)

    norma jean - memphis will be laid to waste

    [old] rammstein - herzeleid
    [not so old] rammstein - zwitter
    [nu] rammstein - keine lust

    arch enemy - lament of a mortal soul (this is a bonus track, so it might be slightly tuff // its worth it for that damn near record-fast double bass)

    rise against - torches (seems they're the band of the week around here, so i hope everyone knows this one )

    slayer - bloodline (believe its a mid-career tune)

    the used - sound effects and overdramatics (another fantastic screamer, go, bert, go!)

    atreyu - aint love grand (my fav atreyu song)

    thrice - under a killing moon (trying to get their new cd asap)

    trivium - pull harder on the strings of your martyr (they owned ozzfest, soon they'll own metal)



    ok... now you seriously can't have a head left.

    --------
    ok, these songs aren't even heavy or metal or anything, but since i'm reccomending stuff i'll add:

    nothingface - ether
    by the end of tonight - potential getaway driver



    enjoi
    fuckin eh if u get time post more, MORE I SAY



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    These songs are so fucking fast and heavy they will kick all youse asses.

    • 1. Emperor - The Loss And Curse Of Reverence
      2. Arch Enemy - Enemy Within
      3. Dimmu Borgir - Blessings upon the Throne of Tyranny


    And as if thats not enough to question your fate, there is a Canadian death metal band called Thorazine which if they had better production quality (like the quality on Arch Enemys work), and didnt break up, they could take over the world. Or just become more popular ya know.
    Last edited by Arm; 12-04-2005 at 06:55 AM. Reason: added shit

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavyMetalParkingLot
    The Melvins could beat up Slipknot.

    And Crowbar would be making out with Slipknot's 15 year old girlfriends while it happens.

    lol thats funny coz its true

    now ill give you some real heavy metal

    Angel Dust -=Cross of hatred
    Iceed Earth -Damien
    Nevermore- Narcosynthesis
    Metallica - One
    Vader -firebringer
    Blind Guardian -lord of the rings
    Helloween -if I could Fly
    Motley Crue -shout at the devil
    Dio -Last in Line
    Dream Theater- As I am
    Fatih No More- Gentle art of making enemies
    Fantamos -Godfather Theme
    Bolt Thrower - Killchain
    In Flames- System
    Franet Bont -Fucking Cunts
    Soilwork- Follow the Hollow
    Stone Temple Pilots - Dead and Bloated
    Soundgarden -Get on the Snake
    The Butterfly Efect - Consequence
    Tool Eurogy
    Corrosion of Conformity -Dance of the dead
    Slayer -god hates us all (actully you think slayer are agressive and heavy here the god hates us all album!!
    Arch Enemy - Enemy Within
    Antrax- anti Social
    Judest Priest all gones blazing
    Megadeth Addicted to Chaos
    Nightwish Bless the child

    a few heavy rock groups ive thrown in there too

    and just a point heavy doesnt mean how loud you its the sound of heavy metal is what it is why Sabbath Zepplehn Hendrix even the who can be classed as metal in fact it was the who who invented the metal guitar power chords




    thease bands all blow slipknot out of the world in technique and well anything
    Last edited by Adster; 12-04-2005 at 12:52 PM.

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    all very true ad. have you ever thought about what bands like zeppelin or sabbath could have done if they had access to today's production technology?

    i wouldn't say any of the bands you listed were more of 'real metal bands' than any others listed. metal is too broad to have a 'real' category. of course martyr ad, tool, van halen, the scorpions and metallica are all metal bands, but how extremely different are they? 'real metal' wouldn't really describe any of them.

    it's not good when people have to take sides between slipknot or bands like judas priest or anthrax. the early roots of hard rock and metal are awesome, but so is a lot of the stuff that it inspired. every sub-category has its pros and cons, but all of it rocks.

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    Pantera - Fucking Hostile.

    Do I win something?



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    Quote Originally Posted by lee551
    all very true ad. have you ever thought about what bands like zeppelin or sabbath could have done if they had access to today's production technology?
    It's the fact they produced their music without all these modern technologies. It is a sign of musical talent. Not computer savy talents.

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