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 No.571

Lads can you recommend me some metal bands? I've been getting into it and liking it, but I don't really know of any bands besides the absolutely most popular ones.

 No.572

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In what subgenre are you interested? Give some context.
Popularity does not always equal "bad", by the way.

 No.573

burzum
mayhem
slayer
pantera
demetori
tengger cavalry
i'm in a coffin
sepultura

 No.588

Manilla Road

 No.595

> I like metal
> pls give gud bands
This is like asking for recipes when you like milk.
Work yourself through the most popular bands of every sub-genre, that sounds appealing to you. If you found, what you were looking for, dig deeper and listen to whole albums. There is much good metal music for acquired taste, filling niches and exploring extremes. The most popular songs of bands often misrepresent their usual style, regardless if metal or not.

 No.596

>>595
Uh, I didn't want to write that so harshly. With the large variety even within this genre however recommendations will inevitably go unheeded.

Anyways the albums that got me into metal where "Once" by Nightwish (melodic metal, a style of music I could even enthuse my parents for), "Iron"/"Ensiferum" by Ensiferum and the "Nordland" albums by Bathory (both folk/pagan/viking metal). (see >>552)

 No.597

>>596
I also want to encourage you to give "original" metal bands from the 70s and 80s a shot. It took me over a decade to realize, that I never really explored the metal pioneers.

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 No.610

>>571
The best way to find out what you like best is to learn the history of metal. Listen to the original bands, then move on to the sub-genres that started to appear in the 80's and 80's. I'd highly recommend Black Sabbath as a place to start, seen as they created heavy metal.

 No.611

>>571
Based on your image I'll give you this.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEcWqIdXEAc



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