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Old 08-03-2020, 09:51 AM   #101
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I've really gotten into Whitechapel in the past few years. A few good ones to cut your teeth on:

- I, Dementia
- The Saw Is the Law
- Black Bear
- Bring Me Home
- Hickory Creek
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Every time I think about going to a concert, I think about all the traffic I'd have to deal with trying to get to downtown Houston. That usually makes the decision for me . That, and a lot of tours don't stop in Houston. At least with bands I'd like to see.
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I've really gotten into Whitechapel in the past few years. A few good ones to cut your teeth on:

- I, Dementia
- The Saw Is the Law
- Black Bear
- Bring Me Home
- Hickory Creek
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Sylosis has Great Music Tunes, but I HATE the singing.

I wish there was a band that played similar tunes with a singer who wasn't so obnoxious, angry and I could understand...
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Sylosis has Great Music Tunes, but I HATE the singing.

I wish there was a band that played similar tunes with a singer who wasn't so obnoxious, angry and I could understand...
I think he sounds pretty good?? Do you want Josh Groban singing?

He sounds a bit like the singer for Soilwork. They are pretty bad *** too. Speaking of, they have a new song out that is pretty dang good. Death Diviner.

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Old 08-03-2020, 01:44 PM   #106
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I think he sounds pretty good?? Do you want Josh Groban singing?

He sounds a bit like the singer for Soilwork. They are pretty bad *** too. Speaking of, they have a new song out that is pretty dang good. Death Diviner.


Woah!!! Just listened to death diviner..........awesome


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Old 08-03-2020, 01:55 PM   #107
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I'm not a one hit wonder like BoB and his affinity for Slayer.
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Old 08-03-2020, 02:08 PM   #108
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I think he sounds pretty good?? Do you want Josh Groban singing?

He sounds a bit like the singer for Soilwork. They are pretty bad *** too. Speaking of, they have a new song out that is pretty dang good. Death Diviner.
Ha! I just looked up "Josh Gorban", you're funny!
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I'm not a one hit wonder like BoB and his affinity for Slayer.
Based on your recommendation of Soilwork you're a no hit wonder.

I've heard them many times on Liquid Metal. They are definitely more Def Leppard than Cannibal Corpse. Lol.

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Old 08-03-2020, 05:24 PM   #110
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Based on your recommendation of Soilwork you're a no hit wonder.

I've heard them many times on Liquid Metal. They are definitely more Def Leppard than Cannibal Corpse. Lol.

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Sylosis has Great Music Tunes, but I HATE the singing.

I wish there was a band that played similar tunes with a singer who wasn't so obnoxious, angry and I could understand...
I don't think it would sound right without aggressive vocals, but that's just me. They have a few songs here and there that predominately have clean vocals, but those songs are softer in general.

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Not a band I listen to much, but I heard this song for the first time yesterday. Blew my head off .

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Old 08-04-2020, 12:21 PM   #113
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I came across a band call Disarmonia Mundi while catching up on the new Soilwork music I've missed. They sound a lot like In Flames with better vocals.

For the record, BoB, Slayer and LOG are my bands, so I do have a hit or 2 under my belt.

For some reason, I find myself playing Resurrection Man over and over. From the 3:00 mark on is probably the highlight of LOG's latest release.

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Old 08-04-2020, 12:56 PM   #114
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Not sure if y'all have found this in your trucks, but I hear a lot of good music, new and old here. https://www.radio.com/metalmilitia/listen

Here's a few that I like that aren't mentioned.
Crowbar - Planets Collide (this is an old song, but it sounds present day)
Mastodon - The Motherload, and Oblivion
Shadows Fall - Redemption
Baroness - Borderlines
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Old 08-04-2020, 12:58 PM   #115
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Not a band I listen to much, but I heard this song for the first time yesterday. Blew my head off .



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Not sure if y'all have found this in your trucks, but I hear a lot of good music, new and old here. https://www.radio.com/metalmilitia/listen

Here's a few that I like that aren't mentioned.
Crowbar - Planets Collide (this is an old song, but it sounds present day)
Mastodon - The Motherload, and Oblivion
Shadows Fall - Redemption
Baroness - Borderlines
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Old 08-04-2020, 01:48 PM   #117
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Hatebreed is one of my all time favorites. Saw them and FFDP both.
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Old 08-04-2020, 03:12 PM   #118
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Hatbreed rocks.

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Old 08-04-2020, 08:04 PM   #119
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Really happy to have come across this thread. Good stuff on here and glad to see some hunters digging metal. How bout some Meshuggah ...

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Old 08-04-2020, 09:27 PM   #120
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Mastodon is about the only new-ish Metal band that I don’t mind listening to.

As much as I used to like metal, I’m kinda tired of getting yelled at for no reason. Been listening to a lot of Staind here lately—who knows what I’ll be playing next week though.
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Old 08-04-2020, 09:45 PM   #121
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Michael Schenker Group
Armoured Saint,
Mercyful Fate
Celtic Frost
Motorhead
Early Judas Priest
Slayer
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Oldies but goodies!!!!!!


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Old 08-05-2020, 07:19 AM   #122
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I heard a song or 2 from Demolisher. It was pretty good, but I am not a hardcore metal guy and have only heard a song or 2 of theirs.

So give Demolisher: Slaughter to Prevail a listen
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"Give them an inch, and they take the ****ing world."

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Old 12-11-2020, 03:58 PM   #124
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Some great ones mentioned here. I'll throw Mudvayne out as one that I enjoy and has not been mentioned yet. Not as heavy as some mentioned, but I believe they fall into the category.
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Slipknot makes me want to break things.
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Some great ones mentioned here. I'll throw Mudvayne out as one that I enjoy and has not been mentioned yet. Not as heavy as some mentioned, but I believe they fall into the category.
I dunnnnoooooo. LD50 is pretty freakin heavy. Death Blooms and Dig are pretty strong
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If you like counting, I recommend listening to Meshuggah - Bleed. Try counting the bass drum kicks and how many are in each set of BRRRRTA. It’s like counting the rounds from an A-10 as they are incoming to your position
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I taught my 12yr old son how to play the intro to South of Heaven. Then I got to explain why someone would sing about south of Heaven, why even though they are totally awesome he probably shouldn’t be listening to Slayer yet, and also just what the heck is his dad doing listening to Slayer if he shouldn’t be listening to Slayer. It was a weird bonding, bad parenting, uhh how bout we just get back to tormenting the family with our horrible guitar playing kind of moment.
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Definitely more blues than metal but Danzig is always good for a listen. Especially the Lucifuge album
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Yep. Slayer, Lamb oh God and Sepultura still rule.

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Definitely more blues than metal but Danzig is always good for a listen. Especially the Lucifuge album


He is responsible for ďMotherĒ, which in and of itself is reason for him to be banished to Hell.


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Nasty .

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It’s not hardcore metal per se but I’ve got all kinds of stories from the Dallas area in the late 90’s.


I used to roadie a lot for some friends. Nothing big but it would get me into bars for free. My roommate at the time was in a little band called Slack. They never made it but the lead singer was incredible. Dave never forgot a face or a name. He had stage presence like no one I had ever seen and he knew how to work a crowd. Well, Slack ended up going their separate ways and Dave ended up singing for a little band that made it pretty good. Dave Williams was the lead singer for Drowning Pool. We miss you Dave.
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Itís not hardcore metal per se but Iíve got all kinds of stories from the Dallas area in the late 90ís.


I used to roadie a lot for some friends. Nothing big but it would get me into bars for free. My roommate at the time was in a little band called Slack. They never made it but the lead singer was incredible. Dave never forgot a face or a name. He had stage presence like no one I had ever seen and he knew how to work a crowd. Well, Slack ended up going their separate ways and Dave ended up singing for a little band that made it pretty good. Dave Williams was the lead singer for Drowning Pool. We miss you Dave.
No ****? That's pretty cool. I still remember buying the "Sinner" album when I was a kid. Listened to it quite a bit.
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Back in the late 90’s, there used to be a “practice warehouse” on the north/north east side of Dallas right off of 635. It was 2 story and had narrow halls with tons of rooms everywhere that bands would rent out to go practice in. Spent a lot of time up there. Saw Erika Badu on many occasions and several guys from Pantera too. They could come and go without too many people harassing them. Big names would show up on occasion and you couldn’t tell who was there due to the number of people around them.



Went to MANY concerts. Saw Tool play a 2 hour set after the Melvins got booed off stage. Maynard refused to come back to Dallas for a long time after that. Saw Korn, Limp Biscuit, Ice Cube, and Rahmstein at a Family Values tour. The show got stopped in the middle of Rahmstein’s set when people in the crowd decided to start lighting shirts on fire and throw them up into the box seats in Fair Park Colosseum. Lights got turned on, fire extinguishers were going off, and someone came over the PA and told everyone to settle down or the show is over. Saw White Zombie right before Rob decided to go out on his own.


So many shows, so many fond memories!!!
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Pantera Reunion Tour 2023

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Awesome! What a great necro thread to resurrect!

How about some more Avatar?

Best creepy song ever:

and some more Arch Enemy:
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Old 07-15-2022, 06:36 PM   #139
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Lamb of God makes slayer look like Willie Nelson
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Missed this thread til now, surprised to only see Meshuggah mentioned once. Y'all boys missin out
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Iíve never listened to them. I guess as Iíve gotten older I kinda slowed down on the real hard stuff.

About as hard as I like is Mastodon and Gojira. The rest is hard rock and prog metal.



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Nobody likes Rob Zombie? I need to go see him live in concert someday. I think it'd be awesome.

I've been listening to Black Label Society here lately. They're not new by any means but I like 'em.

As I Lay Dying is another band I haven't seen mentioned.

Y'all should also check out Fit For a King. Lioness is the first song I ever heard from them but they have some others that are pretty awesome.

Let me see what else.....In Flames. Where Dead Ships Dwell.

CKY-96 Quiet Bitter Beings. Has to be in my top 10 favorite songs of all time.

Killswitch Engage-My Last Serenade.

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Nobody likes Rob Zombie? I need to go see him live in concert someday. I think it'd be awesome.

I've been listening to Black Label Society here lately. They're not new by any means but I like 'em.

As I Lay Dying is another band I haven't seen mentioned.

Y'all should also check out Fit For a King. Lioness is the first song I ever heard from them but they have some others that are pretty awesome.

Let me see what else.....In Flames. Where Dead Ships Dwell.

CKY-96 Quiet Bitter Beings. Has to be in my top 10 favorite songs of all time.

Killswitch Engage-My Last Serenade.

You would get along with a buddy of mine who is always sending me the bands you mentioned.

I guess Iíll give them another shot. I loved Rob Zombie in my 20ís and still jam White Zombie but havenít listened to Rob Zombie since I was listing to his brother in Powerman 5000.

The new BLack Label album is great and Iíve been jamming that since it came out.


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If my son wasnít such a troll I would have him get an account and join in on this thread! I donít know how I raised a metal head, but he is deep into it! He has a battle vest covered in patches that he has hand sewn himselfÖ
Megadeth, Messugah, obituary, death, Metallica, Pantera, Carcass, Amon amarth, lamb of god and a bunch of others I canít think of at the momentÖ


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Nobody likes Rob Zombie? I need to go see him live in concert someday. I think it'd be awesome.

I've been listening to Black Label Society here lately. They're not new by any means but I like 'em.

As I Lay Dying is another band I haven't seen mentioned.

Y'all should also check out Fit For a King. Lioness is the first song I ever heard from them but they have some others that are pretty awesome.

Let me see what else.....In Flames. Where Dead Ships Dwell.

CKY-96 Quiet Bitter Beings. Has to be in my top 10 favorite songs of all time.

Killswitch Engage-My Last Serenade.
Rob Zombie is fantastic!!! Loved White Zombie, Powerman 5000, PanteraÖ. Havenít kept up as of late but saw Rob on Ink Masters the other day!
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Rob Zombie makes good movies. Music, not so much.

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You would get along with a buddy of mine who is always sending me the bands you mentioned.

I guess Iíll give them another shot. I loved Rob Zombie in my 20ís and still jam White Zombie but havenít listened to Rob Zombie since I was listing to his brother in Powerman 5000.

The new BLack Label album is great and Iíve been jamming that since it came out.


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That started out ok and then the vocals came in. Yikes. Does he try to sound like Ozzy or is it just coincidental?

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Rob Zombie makes good movies. Music, not so much.

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Old 07-16-2022, 02:50 PM   #149
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As I Lay Dying is another band I haven't seen mentioned.
X2 for As I Lay Dying, them and August Burns Red got me into metal. Lambesis is/was one heck of a screamer.
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Old 07-16-2022, 11:11 PM   #150
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That started out ok and then the vocals came in. Yikes. Does he try to sound like Ozzy or is it just coincidental?

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Dude itís Zakk Wylde.

Donít act like youíve never heard him sing


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