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  1. Any 80s - early 90s thrash metal suggestions? Here's a list of albums that I already heard in that genre and era. Bold to what I liked eapecially more. Anacrusis - Suffering Hour Anthrax - Fistful of Steel, Spreading the Disease, Among the Living Annihilator - Alice in Hell Artillery - Terror Squad, By Inheritance Аспид - Кровоизлияние Bathory - Bathory Believer - Sanity Obscure Beyond Possession - Is Beyond Possession Body Count - Body Count Bulldozer - IX Celtic Frost - To Mega Therion Coroner - Punishment for Decadence, No More Color Dark Angel - We Have Arrived, Darkness Descends, Time Does Not Heal Death Angel - The Ultra-Violence Demolition Hammer - Epidemic of Violence Destruction - Sentence of Death EP, Infernal Overkill, Eternal Devastation, Mad Butcher EP, Release From Agony Devastation - Signs of Life, Idolatry Discharge - Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing Exodus - Bonded By Blood, Pleasure of the flesh, Fabulous Disaster Exorcist - Nightmare Theatre Flotsam and Jetsam - Doomsday for the Deceiver, No Place For Disgrace Forbidden - Forbidden Evil Gammacide - Victims of Science Heathen - Victims of Deception Holy Terror - Terror and Submission, Mind Wars Indestructible Noise Command - The Visitor Infernäl Mäjesty - None Shall Defy Kat - 666, Oddech Wymarłych Światów Kreator - Endless Pain, Flag of Hate EP, Pleasure to Kill, Terrible Certainty, Extreme aggression Lääz Rockit - Know Your Enemy, Annihilation Principal Medieval - Reign of Terror Megadeth - Killing Is My Business, Peace Sells, So Far So Good So What, Rust in Peace, Countdown to Extinction Mekong Delta - The Music of Erich Zann Merciless - The Awakening Metal Church - Metal Church, The Dark Metallica - Kill 'Em All, Ride the Lightning, Master of Puppets, And Justice For All, Metallica Morbid Saint - Spectrum of Death Nuclear Assault - Game Over, Handle With Care Overkill - Feel the Fire, Taking Over, Under the Influence, The Years of Decay, Horroracope Paradox - Heresy Piledriver - Metal Inquisition Poison - Into the Abyss Possessed - Seven Churches Protector - Golem, Urm the Mad, A Shredding of Skin Razor - Evil Invaders, Violent Resolution Realm - Endless War Rigor Mortis - Rigor Mortis Sacred Reich - Ignorance, The American Way Sacrifice - Soldiers of Misfortune Sadus - Illusions Sarcófago - INRI, The Laws of Scouege Sepultura - Bestial Devastation, Morbid Visions, Schizophrenia, Beneath the Remains, Arise, Chaos AD Slaughter - Surrender or Die, Strappado Slayer - Show No Mercy, Haunting the Chapel EP, Hell Awaits, Reign in Blood, South of Heaven, Seasons in the Abyss Sodom - In the Sign of Evil, Obsessed By Cruelty (US, EU), Expurse of Sodomy, Persecution Mania, Agent Orange, Tapping the Vein Stormtroopers of Death - Speak English or Die Testament - The Legacy, The New Order, Practice What You Preach Tormentor - Anno Domini Turbo - Kawaleria Szatana Vendetta - Brain Damage Viking - Do or Die Vio-Lence - Eternal Nightmare Voivod - War and Pain, Rrröööaaarrr, Killing Technology Wargasm - Why Play Around Whiplash - Power and Pain, Ticket to Mayhem Znowhite - Act of God
  2. I'm planning on making a thrash metal tribute album to Friendship is Magic, celebrating the series' end. I pretty much have a blueprint for how it's gonna be, It's gonna be a satirical black comedy concept album and also a dedicatory album of my perspective of the FiM franchise and the fandom. I wasn't there when the whole thing started, but at least I can see its end right when it's happening, and this show inspired me that I regained ideas when I thought I was completely dried out for a while. I want to make something to commemorate it in a way that I can do. MLP is a unique and strange phenomenon, and I haven't seen anything like it in pop culture. The reason I was gravitated towards it in the first place was the complete dissonance between the adult fan base and the target audience. Lots of it made me laugh and question humanity at the same time, but when I started watching the show, I genuinely cared about the story and characters itself far more than I ever expected. I was pretty much cynical toward everything in my life, but the show reminded me of what good is to be a nice person and show hospitality and positive attitude towards someone else. Generally speaking, I think it made us all to allow ourselves to admit a puppy is cute. Watching a cartoon show aimed at young girls conflicts pretty much everything I was living up to, and it makes me crave intense music. It's my natural way to cope with an unfamiliar subject. So it's gonna have strong language, violent and grotesque imagery as the genre itself requires. The benchmark will be albums like Speak English or Die by Stormtroopers of Death, Pleasure to Kill by Kreator, Persecution Mania by Sodom, Bathory's self titled album, The Visitor by Indestructible Noise Command, Peace Sells... But Who's Buying? by Megadeth, Darkness Descends by Dark Angel, Bonded by Blood by Exodus, Ⅸ by Bulldozer, but not so much Sepultura as much as you might have expected. I don't expect it to be a triple-A well processed studio album like those I mentioned, it's gonna be a sloppy side project meant for fun. I only have one mic and a small amp, an electric guitar, a bass guitar and a laptop. The reason I'm posting this is to make it official and set a course that I can't hesitate any longer. (This is not a request or a solicitation.) I have some riff ideas and lyrical ideas, not fully developed yet, but maybe will be connected together later on and fully form as a complete song. Titles like English isn't my primary language, but hopefully it would bring an exotic vibe something like Teutonic thrash. Most songs will be original songs, but maybe I'll make a metal cover song from EQG. My deadline is before the season 9 Finale. Wish me luck! ※ I also want to clarify that I don't make any kind of music out of spite, the whole thing comes from my genuine love for the franchise. I usually don't explain myself or make lame excuses when making anything because it would be like a comedian explaining his own jokes. But just to prevent complete catastrophe which will end up offending the wrong kind of people who shouldn't be listening this kind of stuff in the first place and the whole project being inaccessible or me getting banned. There are way more people than I thought who doesn't get this kind of things, or there are some people who are dead set on being offended. Consider this album as a dark comedy parody project, and you will also find out that there was far more explicit contents out there around for a long time being famous.
  3. So after a show I got into a debate with my dad. He thinks all metal, from Iron Maiden to Korn, Motley Crue to Slayer, is all a sub genre of rock music as a whole. While I am of the opinion that heavy metal is it's own genre with it's own ever expanding sub genres. It's seems like a common reaction among people that anything with an electric guitar and attitude is just rock music, while any proud metal elitist will gladly inform you what is true metal and what isn't. But what is your take on this? Is heavy metal it's own genre, or is it just another part of the broad scope of rock music?
  4. Oh what a trip yesterday was. For those that care, I got to see Megadeth last night. Though just putting it like that is greatly understating everything else that went down. For starters, I got the VIP package. Meaning, I got to meet Megadeth themselves! The legendary Dave Mustaine, Co-founder David Ellefson, their latest shredder Kiko Laureiro, and touring drummer Dirk Van Bueren from Swedish melo-death trendsetters Soilwork (whom I also got to see this year), and their awesome mascot, Vic Rattlehead. I got to shake hands and take pictures w/ heavy metal royalty. Oddly enough, even before I got into the building, one guy asked me if Megadeth was any good? And he was part of the VIP package. Just...what? Of course being that these things are early, we got unprecedented access to the merch tables. One Amon Amarth tour Tee + Thor pendant & the latest Suicidal Tendencies album 'World Gone Mad' was what I started with, but I'd make my way back. Being early also meant choosing your spots up front. Pick your place on the barricade and defend it at all costs. While there, those of us from the meet & greet plus the early arrivals got to talking, about concert experiences, favorite bands, shows we would've loved to have seen. This older dude, Kurt, had apparently done it all. Told the story of how Tom Araya signed his bass during the Reign In Blood tour. Then it got wiped off. How he took the members of Death Angel to a mall. How he saw Iron Maiden during the Piece Of Mind tour. How he found himself standing next to KK Downing, and got his signature on the back of his jacket. He was hyped for Metal Chruch. Shocked that they were back and touring. Drew their logo on his textbooks. Really wanted to meet Mike Muier from Suicidal Tenancies. While another of our crew, Duncan, got to meet Brian Weltch from Korn at the local Dennys, and talked about how chill he was. We talked about bands we were all in. I wasn't, but it was still interesting. Maybe I should get to leaning an instrument. I've got a guitar. Got two. Also, it was Duncan's girlfriends, Aliese (?) first show. Metal by association. Also two girls were texting next to me about the meet & greet. She got a reply: "Did you meet Dave Mustaine?" And she said. "I guess?" And her mom went. "You just had a picture with him!" And she was like "Oh s--t....don't judge me!" We all had a laugh at that. Then our convo got cut short when Butcher Babies took the stage. Kurt didn't know who they were. We summed it up as two ex-play boy bunnies who sang death metal. Apparently I was the only one who knew that one of them was a former mortician. They found that fact amazing. Not a bad showing from the band. Personally too much stuff off the new album. Not a long enough set. One of the guys was so in love w/ singer Heidi. He flipped when she came to our side of the barricade right in front of me during first album closer 'Magnolia blvd.' Not long after, Metal Church took the stage. An old fashioned middle ground between British speed metal & American thrash. The new stuff off album XI went down pretty well, especially single 'No Tomorrow.' Unfortunately, Kurt got into an argument w/ another lady & her friend which got pretty distracting. Luckily neither were thrown out. In the end, Metal Church was well received, and got a bunch of chants during the set. I'd consider that a career resurgence. Decided to bid farewell to my new colleagues, as they were gonna get crushed when Suicidal Tendencies came on. That much was for sure. Was hungry. Actually got arena food. Pizza slice (like the one I'm eating now, 'cept sausage). Just managed to get out of line as the opening chords to 'You Can't Bring Me Down' began. First time I ate pizza during a show. Also, the realization hit me. Suicidal had a new drummer. And it was none other than Dave Lombardo. The master skinsman that once hailed from Slayer. The crowd was relativity tame up until that point. But when 'Bring me down' came on, that pit erupted. Front row to the violent spectacle of pushes, shoves, tackles and grand machismo. But it wasn't long before the locked away inner So-Cal skate punk in me came calling, and I had to join in. Me, 140lbs, soaking wet. In a pit full of burly bikers & jocks. I was tumbled around like a sock in a wash. But it was an experience, getting to exorcise my macho side for once. Even saw some girls in the pit and thought "Yes! They're are others!" Mosh pits are an excuse to do lots of silly and or crazy stuff. Awkward dancing like a goof. Stomping and chest beating like a cave man. Being picked up for a piggy back ride, only to be slammed against a wall of onlookers, like I was. Never had that happen before. So absurd I couldn't help but laugh. Old fashioned punk pit. Closed out their set to 'Pledge Your Allegiance', w/ all of us marching in a circle around the headbangers, chanting "S T!" like an army on the move. Walked away w/ a good share of scrapes, my VIP wristband cutting into my arm in a few places, my knee getting scraped up, or maybe it was the scar tissue getting reopened. Hard to tell. Walked away to use the can and get some water. Came back, and the set had completely changed. The good thing about an arena, is that you can use a bigger stage. And viking metalers Amon Amarth finally brought their massive long boat to the states. Complete w/ drum set! Kicking things off in grand fashion w/ one of my favorites of theirs, Twilight of the thunder god. And the pit was back. Btu this was different. Less of the punk rock fooling around, this was more intense. Every man and woman giving it their all to the sounds of battle. And that's what it indeed looked like. The old scenes of warfare that the Norse warriors too pride in partaking in. And this time, it was the call of my own Norse ancestors, my inner Viking, that lead me to partake in the display of bravery and brutality. A show of my inner fortitude. And I was tossed around even crazier. Got pulled in at the wrist by one of the lady moshers, telling me "Come on you pussy!" So I did. And got bowled over for my troubles. I actually got scooped up and carried around in a buff dudes arms as he ran around the pit, using me as a human shield. Again, so absurd I had to laugh. But even amongst all that chaos, there were moments of order. Like when Amon Amarth began playing their new single, 'First kill.' The moshers divided to either side and we formed ranks, our side facing the another. and once the tempo kicked into overdrive, we charged at one another like opposing armies in the heavy metal staple Now it really felt like a Viking reenactment. It looked something like this We tried it again for Deceiver of the Gods. Even planned it out in advance. Unfortunately the other side had no clue what was going on. So it ended up being a wall of dudes + me rushing at a group of unsuspecting pit goers. Still lots of fun. Lots of shoulder to shoulder headbanging. Almost got my knee blown out when a dude was sent tumbling into us. Got pushed over, tripped up, knocked down, landed ass first on the concrete, then shoulder first, got another scrape on my knee for my troubles. Saw a dude get carried around over another dudes shoulder. Other dude tried to put him down but his cargo was a bit tipsy, so he ended up getting slammed down from a good height up. Something I usually see in Pro wrestling. But all is good, as your never down for long. The moment you go down, you'll have everyone trying to get you back up. Because even in these chaotic pits, there are rules of etiquette and codes of honor. You take care of yourself and you take care of others. One hell of a show. Lots of drinking horns were emptied. Wish the set list was longer though. Fun fact: 15 years ago, Amon Amarth held their first ever U.S. show, right here in Milwaukee. Very special night indeed. And that special night kept going. cause as part of the VIP experience, those that forked over extra, got a special treat: Side stage passes. Me and a handful of others got to stand on the actual stage with Megadeth! It was quite a view, seeing an arena full of people from up there. And then this happened. Those sing alongs. Those horns in the air. That pit being seen from afar. Being waved at by my newfound buddies in the front row. First song off the new smash hit record Dystopia, 'The Threat Is Real' went down a storm. That'll be a keeper in the set. Song three was a crowd pleaser. The flipped their collective s--t when Tornado Of Souls was finally played. And Kiko owned those guitar solos. Another fun fact: A couple that was w/ me on stage were sporting merch for our own local thrash heroes Conniption. Apparently, the guitarist was right up next to us the whole time. Didn't even realize it was him. Good band. Go check them out. Unfortunately that was as long as we could stay on stage. Left just as they started playing one of my personal favorites in 'She Wolf'. We all got escorted off and we all got a group pic, before I stormed back in. Rest of the show went pretty damn well. Lots of stuff off the new album played. A rare thing for Megadeth to do. The proceeding events were closed out in grand fashion by Dave telling a story, about how he played a gig in North Ireland back in the late 80s, how he met a dude selling shirts at the venue. Apparently it was for 'The Cause', giving Ireland to the Irish and a bunch of Catholic/ Protestant BS that hadn't died 300 years earlier. So Dave, the unapologetic drunk that he was back then, said to the crowd "This one is for the cause!" The next day, he woke up at the hotel. Ellifson was giving him the cold shoulder at breakfast. Dave asked what happened. Ellifson said "You don't remember do you?" "No I was hammered. That was the point. Must've been pretty f--king good." "You said, 'This is for the cause!' which caused all the Catholics to go to one side, the protestants to go to the other, and us kicked out of the venue and having the police escort us to Dublin in a bullet proof bus." Having heard that story, the next day, Dave wrote Holy Wars. And thus ended the show w/ said song in a display of seemingly impossible soloing. One of the best tracks to hear live. And as per usual, a great way to end the show. Went back to the merch booth to receive our VIP goodie bags, complete w/ bandanna, custom guitar picks, custom pins, a signed poster and a signed set list. But beofre I could leave, guess who I met at the merch table? Suicidal Tendencies. Mike Muier and the boys (minus Lombardo). Even signed my CD and shared my story of seeing them for the first time w/ Exodus & Slayer years back. All good guys. All made for a great night. And today I wake up sore. Ears ringing. And with a maddening need to catalog all this down. For those that care, here ya go! A headbangers journey! Immortalized for all time!
  5. so I have done a LOT of music in my time, and I am slowly trying to get it out there - I have about 125 of them posted on youtube, out of about 320 to go, and I have been told I should boost my youtube presence more.. so I have been trying to do that. I have done a lot of remixes, as well as originals - a lot of my originals are already posted on youtube, as well as entire years worth of unmastered collections, but now I will focus on individually mastering old songs I have done. At the moment I am focusing on Earthbound - today's song: Pokey means business! you can hear it here and if you go to the video you can find its soundcloud link, as well as links to my website or you can just go to my website here hehe: enjoy!
  6. If you had to listen to heavy metal and only heavy metal from one of the two contents and primary sources of the worlds hard rock and metal, whilst forsaking the other completely, which would it be and why? Would you choose North American Metal, home of Kiss, Alice Cooper, Van Halen, Guns n' Roses, Motley Crue, Metallica, Slayer, Pantera, Korn, Tool, Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson, Slipknot, Avenged Sevenfold and many others? Or will you choose European metal, bringers of Judas Priest, Motorhead, Iron Maiden, Scorpions, Accept, Rainbow, Def Leppard, Yngwie Malmsteen, Celtic Frost, Helloween, Nightwish, In Flames, Cradle Of Filth, Amon Amarth, Dragonforce & Rammstein, among a plethora of others? The choice is yours.
  7. Hi everyone. Back when I first joined I compose heavy metal music with a Pony theme (some non-pony songs will also be released). It is a solo project, but I am open to collabs. EDIT: I will also be dabbling in some electronic music, so stick around for that. MY FIRST DEMO, ETERNAL NIGHT CLIP FROM NEW SONG, BLACK SWARM
  8. Here is short metal thing I did for trying out how stuff sounds. :3
  9. Between both EG movies they cover various genres of music, but one they haven't touched on yet is heavy metal, so I was wondering if it might be done in the next EG movie (assuming it gets made), what do you think?
  10. When discussing music someone utters the phrase "Heavy Metal", what is the first thing that comes to mind? Is it those stereotypical shrieked or growled vocals that are barely audible? Is it the fast, downtuned guitars? Or perhaps it's a few specific bands or a subgenre? Be honest. I want to see what kind of image it has here. Take your periodic table jokes and GTFO
  11. One of my favorite things about Rock and Heavy Metal songs is the occasional guitar solo, where we can truly see how skilled and creative the guitarist is. Taking both aesthetic appeal, and the sheer amount of skill it takes to play it into account, what do you think is the best guitar solo you've ever heard, and why? There's no right or wrong answer, this is completely opinion based, but at least give some reason why, even if it's something like "It just sounds awesome to me" My pick is the guitar solo from Tornado of Souls by Megadeth. It fits perfectly with the rest of the song, it takes an impressvie amount of endurance and skill to play a guitar that fast and for that long, and general it just kicks ass. If you want to skip to the solo, it starts at about 3:05, but I think you'd need to listen to the whole song to really appreciate it.
  12. MLP Forums! How the hay are you doing tonight! Allow me to introduce myself. I am Headbanger, the most hardcore pony musician around, and the pony who will single hoofedly bring heavy metal back to the forefront of Equestrian music! Stand with me or stand aside! On your hooves or on your knees! Ask away you crazy mother buckers! (Rough version I came up with in 30 minutes or so)
  13. From the oldskool stuff like Jimi Hendrix and Jeff Beck to the Heavy Metal like Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath(Which Ozzy Osbourne was apart of). I'm on the search for great Hard Rock. What would you all recommend in terms of Hard Rock and/or Heavy Metal besides what I mentioned?
  14. I listen to Five Finger Death Punch, Korn, Three Days Grace, Slipknot, Godsmack, and a few others. Do you guys listen to the same thing or am I the only one here?
  15. Hey everyone, I'm new to the MLP forums, but that's aside from the point. I'll post that in the welcome section. I've been working on a pony metal album that sounds kind of symphonic/progressive metal-esque with a little Trans-Siberian Orchestra in there too. Would anyone like to hear some of the stuff I've worked on?
  16. If you are a fan of Iron Maiden which of their albums stands out to be your absolute favorite? I know this is a really hard question to ask since all their albums are so great! If I had to choose though I think it would be a tie between & UP THE IRONS
  17. Hello Everypony! Despite not playing the guitar, I am enthralled by the skill and talent required to play the instrument. This thread is designed for those who have found a guitar solo that simply melts their face off. All genres are allowed. Just post a song that you'd like to share with everypony that contains an amazing solo. To start things off, I'll post this song: The solo comes in around the 8:50 mark. Edit: The solo cuts off, try this link instead. Haha. The solo comes in around the five and a half minute mark,
  18. *Lyrics* This song by Iron Maiden was inspired by a graphic novel by Raymond Briggs'. This song has many meanings to it regarding our current times and a lot of other things. Also this is one of the saddest videos that I have ever seen in a really long time. But this is probably among one of my favorite songs by Iron Maiden. *The ending of this song left me in tears with the video* Up the Irons m/ If you listened and watched the video what are your thoughts on the song/video?
  19. Okay so here's the original. And this is the cover. So which do you like better? I might actually go with the original.
  20. Last week, I drew this tribute picture to Rammstein, one of my favorite bands of all time! When Twilight is in her spacesuit, sitting and holding the US flag, it's a reference to the music video for the song "Amerika". When an OC pony Rocky Smalls is spraying flames, it's a reference to one of the popular songs "Feuer Frei". The dark gray pony (whom he is singing) in the center is Till Lindemann. Original link: http://rahkshipinker...llery/#/d5apemj Oops, I forgot: "We're All Living In Equestria, Apple Cider, Sometimes War!"
  21. This is where I go to dump sig's I make for no apparent reason. A 'well that looks somewhat nice' is appreciated if you decide to check them out. Sodom's In War And Pieces Gama Bomb's Citizen Brain Machine Head's Unto The Locust The Strapping Young Lad compilation Megadeth's 13 (Th1rt3en) Savage Messiah's Insurrection Rising Skeletonwitch's Forever Abomination Revocation's Empire Of The Obscene Revocation's Chaos Of Forms* Iced Earth's Dystopia Death's The Sound Of Perseverance (Deleted because I made big boo boo) *Thanks to Jokuc for giving me the idea & the tip!
  22. I'm working on a school project for one of my courses, and I decided one of my projects would be forum signatures. I've created 14 different signatures and now this is where you guys come in. I need you all to vote on your seven favourite (there are two questions so don't select 7 in one question and 7 in another), and if you'd like tell me some general comments on them. Good, bad, I don't care - this is worth a lot of marks so sincere opinions are worth more than gold to me at this point. So, tell me what you think? What's your favourite, and which ones don't you like? I advise you click on the pic to get a bigger view of them. If you need an individual sig to look at, please do tell me.