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Thread The Audiofanzine Metalheads & Headbangers' thread

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Doomfred

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1 Posted on 01/28/2008 at 08:26:52
Hello there !

If you are into the Metal genre, no matter the sub-genre, if you are hairy or not, metalcore or doom-metal lover... this thread is for you ! Show your passion for Metal here ! hellyeah !

- http://www.ataraxie.net Doom/Death Metal - http://www.wormfood.fr Metal Baroque et Barré - http://www.funeralium.com Ultra Sick Doom
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Anaon_en

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21 Posted on 03/19/2008 at 10:06:58
Actually, I listen to Agalloch and Primordial, I just love it!! Agalloch above all, really great!!

And I'm also in an Iced Earth/Blind Guardian/Demons and Wizards mood :bave:
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22 Posted on 09/16/2008 at 02:03:13
Hi guys

I'm fond of Ministry, KMFDM and more generally industrial music, i also appreciate Heavy (Megadeth) symphonic black metal (Dimmu, Limbonic art, Anorexia Nervosa..) and power metal like Pantera, Machine head..

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23 Posted on 03/02/2009 at 12:35:54
I guess you can count me in too... I'd prefer my guitars to go either Grindcore, Mathcore... on occaision Hardcore/Deathcore... anything core. But I do like Dragonforce, doing their thing... and then there's a variety of other bands, like Ministry, KMFDM, Pitchshifter and others, industrial influenced.

As for names... All shall perish, Genghis Tron, As blood runs black, The dillinger escape plan, The Black dahlia murder, Lamb of god... and the list goes on.
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24 Posted on 03/02/2009 at 13:19:12

Quote: The dillinger escape plan

saw them live 5 years ago :aime:
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