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Calling all headbangers!
This is the Metal Thread!
A place for all lovers of heavy metal music.
Anything goes - New Wave British, west coast thrash, Death, Doom, Sludge, Norwegian Church Burning Black Metal, Post Metal.
From Posessed to Pelican,
From Venom to Dark Throne
From Celtic Frost to Dying Fetus
This is...
The Metal Thread
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Anyone like the new Judas Priest album?
I didn't expect much but it sounds great.
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Hmmm...
Ronnie James Dio?
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For the love of G*d , Ozzy Osbourne?!
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The reality TV show guy?
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Yes! The Reality show guy! Some say his band Black Sabbath invented heavy metal.
Ok let's keep it going. Ahem.. ahhhh...
Dokken? Twisted Sister? Helix?
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Geeze, I was thinking of posting some links to BabyMetal and (in humor maybe a reference to Yoko Ono or the Cookie Monster)
Henry Rollins, Slayer? .... sound of crickets
...to all the coins I've dropped here
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"That was a great time,
the summer of '71!
I can't remember it,..
but I'll never forget it."
Lemmy Kilmister

Motörhead!
,...i didn't know there were any other metal bands...?

"If you’re going to be a !@#$*ing rock star, go be one!
People don’t want to see the guy next door on stage;
they want to see a being from another planet.”
Lemmy

"It seems that our brave new world
is becoming less tolerant, spiritual and educated,
than it ever was when I was young.”
Lemmy

And man,
could he play bass.....
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Detroit Metal City.

(OK, they don't really exist, but they are SO cool!)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_CiG-VbtNKk
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On Jun 28, 2019, gallagher wrote:
"That was a great time,
the summer of '71!
I can't remember it,..
but I'll never forget it."
Lemmy Kilmister

Motörhead!
,...i didn't know there were any other metal bands...?

"If you’re going to be a !@#$*ing rock star, go be one!
People don’t want to see the guy next door on stage;
they want to see a being from another planet.”
Lemmy

"It seems that our brave new world
is becoming less tolerant, spiritual and educated,
than it ever was when I was young.”
Lemmy

And man,
could he play bass.....


Yes he could! Lemmy rules!
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I can feel the secret metal loving members lurking. Come on fellas, don't be shy.

I love Holy Diver by Dio. There, I said it.
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My favorites hail mostly from the 1960s and ’70s, but there are a few exceptions:

Deep Purple
Black Sabbath
Uriah Heep
Iron Butterfly
Steppenwolf
Led Zeppelin
Alice Cooper
The Pretty Things
The Yardbirds
AC/DC
Metallica
Twisted Sister
Guns N’ Roses
Def Leppard

I also really like the track Bring Me To Life by Evanescence:


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Love Sabbath.
I think Master of Reality is my favourite album. It often gets credit for starting the Doom subgenre.
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Territory by Sepultura.

Heavvvvy
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Magicfish, I did a bit of research because I hadn’t kept up with any new metal bands for a number of years. Glad to say the genre is still alive and well!

Slipknot - Unsainted



Lamb of God - Ruin



Gojira - Stranded



FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE - Sugar



Arch Enemy - Under Black Flags We March

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For a few years, I was the lone lead guitarist in a local “dual tribute” band covering the catalogs of both Black Sabbath (Ozzy and Dio eras) and Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow (just the Dio era).

We played War Pigs, Heaven & Hell, Stargazer, Gates of Babylon, etc.

Would love to launch a Deep Purple tribute band, covering both Ian Gillan and David Coverdale eras. Hardest part? Finding a capable singer! (Not too many can do justice to “Child in Time.”)

Also love Uriah Heep, who are still touring today — with Judas Priest, as I speak. So are magisterial elder axemen Robin Trower and Martin Barre (former longtime guitarist extraordinaire of the ever-epic Jethro Tull).
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Wow! Awesome to have you contributing to this thread Karnak.
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Most of you folks know I played with Peter Frampton, doubling on keyboards and guitar. And I can tell you, there’s nothing like cranking up your guitar volume through a stack of Marshall amps!

But I was also a founding member of Frehley’s Comet, which is the closest I ever came to performing heavy metal. (And also the loudest band I ever played with). Although I only played keyboards in that line-up, Ace Frehley and Ritchie Scarlett’s guitars were so loud that people in the front rows of our audiences used to gesture for me to raise the volume of my keyboards … which was impossible, since my volume was already maxed out.

One thing I’ll never forget is that whenever Ace tuned his guitar strings, even at private rehearsals or in the studio, he did so with the volume all the way up!

Hey Karnak, if I was a few years younger I would join you in a Deep Purple tribute. One of my favorite bands of all time! How can you beat Ritchie Blackmore’s exciting guitar solos or Ian Pace’s superb drumming?

And you’re right about the vocals. There’s never been another Ian Gillan. A vocalist friend go mine, Joe Lynn Turner (who worked with Blackmore in the band Rainbow), did a stint with Deep Purple but I doubt if he would have been able to reach the high notes required for Child in Time.

Great memories!
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In keeping with this heavy metal thread:

Here I am, in purple shirt, performing Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun” with a bunch of fellow old farts (except for our drummer, Shawn Fichter).

Peter’s guitar is in the center, while the two rhythm guitars (Gordon Kennedy and me) are panned left and right. John Regan is on bass.


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Very cool Arthur!
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