pretty much extinct Celtic language.
I am the mystery
And I am the bringer of moonless night
I bear the wisdom arcane
I, harbinger from the burrowed isle
Once you break forth
Hearken the flap of my wings
I haunt your...
music is the one thing you can always count on. it is there when you need it. metal has a totally different feel. it gives you a power you might not have normally. it makes you feel the pain and anger. which most of the time is what you need to do, feel it get it over with and...
By which I mean, i don't generally like what most (or everyone in my surroundings) refer to as "the Greats" like Metallica, Iron Maiden, Slayer or in a lesser fashion, System of a Down. I have the utmost respect of what they have accomplished but I cannot stand their voices. I'm...
Metal is amazing, what more needs to be said. What other music is that passionate and real. Any kind of metl to from brutal to speed. Thrash to Gothic. Its all good. Metal also covers more important ideas and problems then normal music. Anything from religion to politics can be...
I love Metal! I love the fact that there are so many genres of it now. Folk Metal, Black Metal, Death Metal, Speed Metal, Power Metal.... The list goes on. I especially am interested big right now in Black Metal and Folk Metal. Mostly because I'm an introverted day dreamer and I...
but where did the metal go? Metal is the fullest and most lively genre of music today. There is so much energy and life in metal. I listen to around 400 different bands and around 80% of them are metal. If anyone on here likes metal, we need to talk about saving the world.
I don't listen to metal exclusively, but more often than not it's what's on my musical menu. Irrespective of the type of metal (There is a lot of diversity in the genre.), I love the power, the intensity. Metal can take you wherever you want to go. Pissed off? Crank up some Death...
Ive had a deep love for Metal since i was 11 years old.... I always saw metal/hardcore/punk bands on my favorite show Beavis and Butthead... I loved it even though i was really young at the time it was on.. I would watch it with my then teenage sister.. She and i would spend a...
Disturbed was the very first metal band I ever listened to. Even if it's softer than what I usually listen to. But damn. Never heard these songs before, but damn they're good.
listening to metal,dub-step,or songs like monster by skilit makes me a total bad as.s last time my friend tried to sneak up on me and take out my head phones I flipped him and stepped on his chest it was sorta romantic in a pure insanity sorta way
but metal's the only one I want to join a support group for right now.
I'm into death, doom, grind. I've been a fan for about two years. Before that I hated metal with the exception of one Children of Bodom song me and my best friend were embarrassed to like so much and also...
I have so much love for metal, I couldn't be without it. Metal understands me, it's always there for me. Whether its Emperor or Metallica, Maiden, Slayer or Celtic Frost, or anything inbetween or skirting the edges, I love it. There is no purer music, nothing more exciting, loud...
and far between but nothing intrigues me musically like metal does. Listening to Tesseract right now and just saw Animals as Leaders, Meshuggah and Between the Buried and Me all in one month! m/ |-_-| m/
Don't get me wrong, I listen to lots of genres of music, But metal "speaks" to me. Not in a creepy way. But it's the only kind of music that really appeals to me. Metal has saved me from some very dark places. So many people don't like it, but metal changed my life. Pop bands...
as a vocalist, Walls Of Jericho, Otep, a bit of Agonist and Straight Line Stitch, Suicide Silence, Devil Driver, Mayhem, Slayer, Hatebreed, Watch Them Die, Winds Of Plague, Bleeding Through, Dream Theatre, Mastodon the old album and so many more.
I'm not that one who needs to be...
My favourite bands are:
Cradle of Filth
At the Gates
Children of Bodom
I'm pretty lucky. My friends and I got to spend our teenage years growing up in the '80's and early '90's. The '80's were such a strange time for music... that decade produced some of the worst **** ever for mainstream radio play. WAAAY to much synthesizer... Drum machines...