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Maney
Aug-27-2006, 23:08
Whats your favourite heavy metal band then?

For me its pantera without question :D

Museo
Sep-29-2006, 16:35
For me it would have to be Deep Purple - but the period in which Ian Gillan was lead vocalist rather than David Coverdale. I find that many of these Heavy metal bands are inter-related though.

SecondBass
Sep-29-2006, 17:00
I have more albums by Gillan than any other heavy band. He had a succession of superb band members and produced several superb albums, although Double Trouble was appallingly produced. I might have to stop off at Deep Purple central though.

wednesday
Oct-11-2006, 12:01
best metal band right now for me is the kovenant and the deathstars or cradle of filth all are wicked

peter.elvins@hotmail.co.u
Oct-13-2006, 18:08
My favorite metal band???..tricky....sabbath, i suppose!

Malek
Oct-27-2006, 02:10
Slipknot is good,but i've been listening to alot of Chimaira lately.

Frederik.Sjölund
Oct-27-2006, 07:24
I have only one all-time favorite band: Therion

sillysurfer
Oct-26-2007, 06:15
Helloween for me!!

Sybarite
Oct-26-2007, 12:39
Up until around 18 months ago, I would have said that I didn't like any metal at all – heavy or otherwise. And since I'm in my forties, I probably didn't expect that to change. But a little experimentation in the interveining period has introduced me to a few things.

I don't mind Motorhead, but I actively like Marilyn Manson (also that might have something to do with his ability – and intention – to wind certain groups up ;) ) and Rammstein. The latter gets classed as 'industrial' in iTunes, but I'm sure people will excuse me for mentioning them here: it's almost metal meets Wagner – there's a great operatic quality about what they do and their videos are frequently very good indeed, and really quite subversive (see Sonne, which is really quite kinky).

pnoom
Oct-26-2007, 23:39
If you like experimental music, Sybarite, here's some good experimental metal:

Sleepytime Gorilla Museum (not really metal, but loud and heavy)
Unexpect
Maudlin of the Well

Sybarite
Oct-27-2007, 00:14
If you like experimental music, Sybarite, here's some good experimental metal:

Sleepytime Gorilla Museum (not really metal, but loud and heavy)
Unexpect
Maudlin of the Well

Cheers, pnoom; I shall look those up. :)

hillelr
Oct-28-2007, 08:50
i will divide it for old (before 80's)
and new
the old ones i like are deep purple(mostly up until 1973) and led zeppelin
the new ones are nightwish and therion

methodistgirl
Nov-10-2007, 19:31
I used to like Van Halen and Whitesnake. My alltime favorite I should
say is led zeppelin and Stryper.
judy tooley

JLS
Nov-11-2007, 12:49
TOOL is gorgeous

I also like:

The Faceless

Necrophagist

Born of Osiris

Between the Buried and Me

Corno Dolce
Nov-11-2007, 17:42
Necrophagist = One who eats dead bodies :shake::scold:

JLS
Nov-12-2007, 18:51
Necrophagist = One who eats dead bodies :shake::scold:

:grin:

Yes, their lyrical content leaves a lot to be desired; but that is true of most death metal. Their music, however, is superb.

Corno Dolce
Nov-12-2007, 20:16
Hi JLS,

An acquaintance who works as a recording engineer had sent me a CD with Symphonic Metal without vocals or titles to the works nor specifying who played them. Some of it was interesting, but alas, my ear and my nerves just couldn't take the assault for very long.

Cheers,

Corno Dolce

JLS
Nov-13-2007, 00:40
That's how I feel about Schoenberg...

:p

Corno Dolce
Nov-20-2007, 09:14
Hi JLS,

Quit pickin' on my man Schoenberg - He never done you no harm :p:p:p:D:D:D

Cheers,

Corno Dolce

Rachmaninoff
Nov-21-2007, 01:36
An acquaintance who works as a recording engineer had sent me a CD with Symphonic Metal without vocals or titles to the works nor specifying who played them. Some of it was interesting, but alas, my ear and my nerves just couldn't take the assault for very long.

That's how I feel about Schoenberg...
ROFL !!! :grin:

inferate
Feb-15-2008, 20:56
Best metal band??? mm soo many. but rhapsody its amazing. http://www.myspace.com/inferate (http://www.myspace.com/inferate)

methodistgirl
Feb-15-2008, 21:17
I still like Van Halen with David Lee Roth.:grin:
judy tooley

Fretless
Feb-25-2008, 23:34
If I go by how many recordings of said band I own and listen to, my favorites would be
Metallica
Megadeth
Mr. Bungle
Sepultura
Anthrax
Pantera
Testament
King Diamond

I'm sure there are others I have missed.
But if I go by what I've been listening to the most lately--
Pantera (again)
Exodus
Fear Factory
Lamb of God

i've been slowly working my way into the more extreme metal and death metal categories lately--not enough to have favorites yet.

intet_at_tabe
Jun-22-2008, 11:28
Metallica releases a new metal rock album in September 2008:

Death Magnetic

It has been almost five years since their latest album


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Branislav
Jul-10-2008, 14:50
Ehm.... Favorite?
Difficult, very difficult.....
You might say I worship the dead in the form of Dimebag Darrel or Chuck Schuldiner.
You might say I'm totally impressed with Devil driver...
You might even say Meshuggah kicks ass!
Sepultura... Edge of Sanity...
Morbid Angel....
Killswitch Engage (am I even allowed to call that metal?)...

In the end....... I have no favorites, I can't even settle on a favorite genre of music ;)

Conservationist
Jul-23-2008, 18:06
A single favorite? Hmm.
And do you mean heavy metal as a genre, or subgenre?

AGud
Aug-20-2008, 00:12
there's so many great heavy metal bands, really. I steer clear of the heavyest, though, but have really discovered the genre of symphonic metal lately, and especially the band Epica. Also Silentium is good. As goes for 80's inspired metal (in my ears, at least), Dio is great. And Def Leppard etc., if that counts as metal?

sunwaiter
Sep-10-2008, 17:23
black sabbath from 1970 ( black sabbath ) to 1975 ( the writ ).

hey Ozzy you're shakin?

drummergirlamie
Oct-21-2008, 09:40
For me it would have to be Iron Maiden. They were pretty consistant from, "Number of the Beast" to "Powerslave" and had arguably the best guitar team the genre has ever seen. They also started out with a damn good drummer in Clive Burr and upon his departure, some may say upgraded with Nicko Mcbrain. Bruce Dickinson was the best thing to ever happen to that band, I dare mention.

justmetal
Oct-29-2008, 22:55
I found this awesome site to watch videos of great metal and rock videos on Joost!! There’s tons from Metallica to Journey to Nickelback. What’s your favorite metal or rock band?
http://www.joost.com/024ic03/t/Monster-Ballads-Playlist

sunwaiter
Oct-30-2008, 17:32
still black sabbath. but to be honest, few songs make me feel like iron maiden's "hallowed be thy name" on the live after death.

sixpackfrank@bigpo
Nov-08-2008, 06:51
Iron Maiden

mark123
Nov-19-2008, 14:22
For me also pantera.


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Cheekers1989
Dec-18-2008, 06:08
I like Dir en Grey (Japan) and Slipknot. Does Apocalyptica count?

the_drumminator
Jan-08-2009, 01:44
Thats a tough question because so many bands make me want to bang my head. But, in my mind your favorites are the ones you keep going back to time and time again over the years. So, in no particular order:

Sabbath w/OZZY-Although Heaven and Hell is definitely a masterpiece.
EARLY Metallica-1st 3 Albums
Ozzy solo w/Randy on guitar
Iron Maiden-Everything up to Seventh Son
Judas Priest
CELTIC FROST-Have you heard the "Monotheist" CD they came out with in 2006? Whoa!
Slayer
Venom (ok theyre pretty much a joke-but damn!)

Many more get honorable mention.

sunwaiter
Jan-08-2009, 12:57
i'm discovering slayer, judas priest and other things thanks to deezer. i've always been a black sabbath fan, and yes, only the ozzy line-up. i purchased my sg mainly because of toni iommi i guess. i have to listen to heaven and hell again.

the_drumminator
Jan-09-2009, 02:39
i have to listen to heaven and hell again.

YES you do....classic metal album!!!!!!!!

littlenicky
Apr-22-2009, 22:40
For me i would say Lamb of God as an overall favorite, especially since their new album has come out.

But also high up on my list i would say: Dimmu Borgir and Eluveitie

Florestan
Jan-13-2019, 23:27
I just discovered Stryper and now have 15 albums in about 5 weeks time. Of them all I would say the absolutely best single album is Second Coming, which is remakes of many of their 1980s hits with better sound and a more mature voice from Michael Sweet. But it is all good. Perhaps my least favorite is Reborn followed by In God We Trust. Against the Law is pretty awesome as are most of the rockers on their first three albums. And they the last three albums are all great too. Another great album is The Covering, which is covers of major metal bands with one Stryper original:

1."Set Me Free"​ Sweet (1974)3:45
2."Blackout"Scorpions (1982)3:58
3."Heaven and Hell"​ ​Black Sabbath (1980)6:11
4."Lights Out"​ ​UFO (1977)3:45
5."Carry On Wayward Son"Kansas (1976)5:16
6."Highway Star"​ ​Deep Purple (1972)5:45
7."Shout It Out Loud"​ Kiss (1976)3:15
8."Over the Mountain"​ Ozzy Osbourne (1981)4:21
9."The Trooper"​ Iron Maiden (1983)3:53
10."Breaking the Law"​ Judas Priest (1980)3:02
11."On Fire"E. Van Halen (1978)3:08
12."Immigrant Song"​ ​Led Zeppelin (1970)2:18
13."God"M. ​S​tryper (2011)4:55
Total length:53:21

On other albums they covered Boston's Peace of Mind (Stryper frontman Michael Sweet toured with Boston for several years), and Earth, Wind and Fire's Shining Star.