Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Drizzt Do Urden, Jul 11, 2007.
2) Bad Religion
4) Rhapsody of Fire
5) Smashing Pumpkins
1. Bad Religion (New album just came out yesterday!!!!!!)
4. Less than Jake
1. HIM (just look at my user name )
2. The 69 Eyes
3. Lacuna Coil
4. A Perfect Circle
5. Marilyn Manson
This is easy:
At the moment it's:
2. The Cooper Temple Clause
3. The Doors
4. Howling Bells
What the hell, I'll add some more...
6. Dandy Warhols
7. The Vines
9. Smashing Pumpkins
1 - Judas Priest
2 - The Clash
3 - Dead Kennedys
4 - The Doors
5 - Led Zeppelin
Lately? It's been
1. Sonic Youth
2. Aphex Twin
3. Sean Lennon
4. Boards of Canada
5. Digable Planets
2. Dead Air Radio
3. Dimmu Borgir
1. Avenged Sevenfold
3. Iced Earth
5. Hehe- still love '80's Metallica, as if the name didn't give it away
EDIT: ****, forgot the Minibosses- those guys freakin bust out!
No particular order:
The New Pornographers
Broken Social Scene.
I listen to music a lot, and these are just some of the most recent great bands in indie rock. There are dozens of other bands I really like a lot.
The Get Up Kids
No Use For a Name
Wow, another Blind Guardian fan! I thought there were only about five of us...but maybe that's just in the U.S.
I was a big fan of No Use For a Name's Daily Grind album because "Until it's gone" was the first song on the snowboard video "Upping the Ante" probably one of my favorites all time.
I only like a couple of songs from Daily Grind. My favorite songs are from Making Friends and More Betterness. The last couple albums were ok, too... also, they're coming to Brazil. Yay.
Your selection was pretty good too, I'm a big fan of Less than Jake.
I've seen Less than Jake a few times and they are always a fantastic show. I saw No Use for Name once quite a few years back at the Warped Tour, IIRC they were a good show as well.
There's more American Blind Guardian fans then you would think!
If you haven't yet, you HAVE to check out Iron horse. Their banjo/mandolin rendition on 'One' is badass. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140131795178
That's good to hear. Maybe they'll come on tour here more. I went to a show once, and the house was packed, but it was a small house, and the show was the only one in the entire Northeast...
There was something very cool about a house full of heavy metal fans swaying and singing along with Celtic-sounding acoustic ballads...
What type of music does Blind Gaurdian play? Is it similar to Rhapsody (Symphonic power metal) ?
Blind Guardian is powermetal, and in my opinion they walk all over Rhapsody of Fire. I'm also a big fan of Demons & Wizards, but I kind of lump that in with Blind Guardian because it's a side project by BG front-man Hansi Kursch and Jon Schaffer of Iced Earth. If you're into metal at all you owe it to yourself to check out Blind Guardian.
Every one of their albums is fantastic, but I'd recommend either Imaginations From The Other Side or Nightfall In Middle Earth to start.
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