It seems that you're using an outdated browser. Some things may not work as they should (or don't work at all).
We suggest you upgrade newer and better browser like:Chrome,Firefox,Internet Explorer orOpera

×
avatar
CptFandango: I saw them at reading festival in 2000 and we was at the front of the pit against the barriers. And in the part in spit it out where it sounds like he's saying "f*** me I'm all out of vitamins" there was a group of lads next to us emptying little bottles of vitamins into their hands and launching them on him like confetti xD

Also Daphne and Celeste played which we watched from a distance and they got absolutely pelted, bottles of pee and all sorts. About halfway into the second song a wheelchair went flying onto the stage (imagine someone who is disabled or injured but they hate Daphne and Celeste that much that they will crawl just for the hope of injuring them) It was at that point that they called it quits and swiftly exited the stage. Now I'm older it seems kinda cruel but at the time I was rolling around the floor in tears laughing.
I would have been tossing piss bottles at Slipknot, personally. Death to False Metal! ;)

Speaking of real metal, here is some Lumsk for those fellow fans of Folk metal. Beautifully haunting female vocals combined with expert musicianship and more nordic mythology than you can shake an oar at. They're obscure for reasons beyond my knowledge.

Lumsk's I trollhender from the album Åsmund Frægdegjevar
avatar
iippo: And then something different:

Oranssi Pazuzu - Kosmonument

"Psychedelic black metal space rock" ...or something. Anyways, hardly mainstream ;)
And sadly I just cannot get into it, when it comes to music I can hardly listen to these Indie musicians.

Most Indie experimental rock does not sound like music in my ears.
avatar
tinyE: I just found out Slipknot is out of Iowa. XD I am NEVER going to make fun of my father AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!

Shit, that immediately puts them on the map as one of the elite states in terms of metal.
avatar
Elmofongo: This is Iced Earth's Masterpiece:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LY5WEJ-tiC8
Dante Inferno's real good, but I'd say Dark Saga and specifically A Question of Heaven was Iced Earth's pinnacle.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3T-q5B3x4lk
avatar
CptFandango: I saw them at reading festival in 2000 and we was at the front of the pit against the barriers. And in the part in spit it out where it sounds like he's saying "f*** me I'm all out of vitamins" there was a group of lads next to us emptying little bottles of vitamins into their hands and launching them on him like confetti xD

Also Daphne and Celeste played which we watched from a distance and they got absolutely pelted, bottles of pee and all sorts. About halfway into the second song a wheelchair went flying onto the stage (imagine someone who is disabled or injured but they hate Daphne and Celeste that much that they will crawl just for the hope of injuring them) It was at that point that they called it quits and swiftly exited the stage. Now I'm older it seems kinda cruel but at the time I was rolling around the floor in tears laughing.
avatar
Ragnarblackmane: I would have been tossing piss bottles at Slipknot, personally. Death to False Metal! ;)

Speaking of real metal, here is some Lumsk for those fellow fans of Folk metal. Beautifully haunting female vocals combined with expert musicianship and more nordic mythology than you can shake an oar at. They're obscure for reasons beyond my knowledge.

Lumsk's I trollhender from the album Åsmund Frægdegjevar
hahah aye I was into some embarrassing music (and clothes) back then! But we all do silly things when were kids right? :D
avatar
iippo: And then something different:

Oranssi Pazuzu - Kosmonument

"Psychedelic black metal space rock" ...or something. Anyways, hardly mainstream ;)
avatar
Elmofongo: And sadly I just cannot get into it, when it comes to music I can hardly listen to these Indie musicians.

Most Indie experimental rock does not sound like music in my ears.
"art"

:D
avatar
CptFandango: hahah aye I was into some embarrassing music (and clothes) back then! But we all do silly things when were kids right? :D
Absolutely! I definitely went through a "dude stfu ALL Metallica is awesome!" phase of my life ;).
avatar
Elmofongo: And sadly I just cannot get into it, when it comes to music I can hardly listen to these Indie musicians.

Most Indie experimental rock does not sound like music in my ears.
avatar
iippo: "art"

:D
Do you listen to Math Metal? That just sounds like a drumming banging his drums senselessly without any rhythem and the Gurtarist playing one note.

And thats considered art :P
avatar
Elmofongo: Do you listen to Math Metal? That just sounds like a drumming banging his drums senselessly without any rhythem and the Gurtarist playing one note.

And thats considered art :P
You mean like Meshuggah and Dillinger Escape Plan? I have listened to and enjoyed them, but definitely not as much as more "emotional" metal.
Pulling straws at random is a pretty kickass song. ^
Metal Church - beyond the black

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aeiOH3jyoFk

Blind Guardian - born in a mourning hall

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzFIiwBXAN0

Decapitated - spheres of madness

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KZQNxWjgao
Looking for some metal to get you through the weekend?

Wacken livestream
avatar
Siannah: Looking for some metal to get you through the weekend?

Wacken livestream
Saw your post just in time to watch Accept play. Merci! :)
avatar
Ragnarblackmane: Speaking of real metal, here is some Lumsk for those fellow fans of Folk metal. Beautifully haunting female vocals combined with expert musicianship and more nordic mythology than you can shake an oar at. They're obscure for reasons beyond my knowledge.

Lumsk's I trollhender from the album Åsmund Frægdegjevar
Can't understand a word she is singing. Thankfully it's because she's singing in another language and not burping into a microphone like most metal nowadays. Don't get me wrong I sometimes enjoy a little guttural death metal, but it seems like that's all there is in current metal. Give me some great voices, and I'd love to here a lot more female metal vocals. I love this girls voice, but I just wish the music was more to my liking. Some nice thrash with a great female vocalist and one of these death metal guys doing some backing vocals would be awesome.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VB32073N4vY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1dS90Vk6jM


Sorry I had too XD
Post edited July 31, 2014 by DreamedArtist
avatar
Ragnarblackmane: Speaking of real metal, here is some Lumsk for those fellow fans of Folk metal. Beautifully haunting female vocals combined with expert musicianship and more nordic mythology than you can shake an oar at. They're obscure for reasons beyond my knowledge.

Lumsk's I trollhender from the album Åsmund Frægdegjevar
avatar
VABlitz: Can't understand a word she is singing. Thankfully it's because she's singing in another language and not burping into a microphone like most metal nowadays. Don't get me wrong I sometimes enjoy a little guttural death metal, but it seems like that's all there is in current metal. Give me some great voices, and I'd love to here a lot more female metal vocals. I love this girls voice, but I just wish the music was more to my liking. Some nice thrash with a great female vocalist and one of these death metal guys doing some backing vocals would be awesome.
Ludicra - Veils

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSRWtFuRVUs

Hammers Of Misfortune "You Should Have Slain Me" (OFFICIAL SONG)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6f7RPPfh74

Wolves In The Throne Room - Two Hunters (Full Album)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTI0MgVzuxQ

Gallowbraid - Ashen Eidolon (Full Album)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDeOcJLzoX0