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Cool stuff from France!
Cool to see you added the album covers. Although some of them are different versions of the ones I picked for example this cover is the reissue version but I like more the original one where there are two females instead of skulls, and also the new version of Stratovarius Destiny album. Check them in these links.
Rock on! \m/
Besides what we shared, I did not talk with Necrolifer in private messages or anything. I'm not the kind of guy who makes friends online to be honest.
As for the ones who don't come by, it could be because they don't know of the group, or maybe they are just not into it.
If you would like an underground band you could check this one out, a melodic death metal one from Russia with some modern synth sounds. Youtube.com
Or maybe you could check Misfits, not really a metal band but a punk one, they're not underground but I've been listening to them lately and want to share some. They have two singers Glenn Danzig with like an "Evil Elvis voice", and Michael Graves who is also pretty good. Youtube.com
Honestly I don't keep up with what the members of the group do, and I don't care. This was never a really active group to begin with, maybe when I joined it back in 2012 there was more people around, and since the creation of the group in 2008 a lot of people have stopped posting.
You also have to think that many of the people here are also modders or content creators and when they finished their projects they left or they simply stopped by while they were working on something else, but probably now they are not.
I just like posting here because in the area where I live you can barely find people who like Metal, specially the more heavy or underground stuff. I have barely 2 to 3 friends who are really into it. So here I can discuss about it and share good music, because most of my friends don't even want to hear about it.
Here are some of my favorite album covers.
Boris - Flood
Kvelertak - Kvelertak
Arch Enemy - Black Earth
Stratovarius - Destiny (2016)
Dark Tranquillity - Character
Happy new year Anyna! Sorry for the late response I was partying my *** off, and I'm just back to life hahaha.
I was lucky enough to see Motörhead perform live before Lemmy died. A wise man and he truly lived his own way.
I don't really know much about them but it seems you got them right. Mboi Tu'i I think has to do more with other cultures and not that much with Chile but honestly I don't know. I'll upload more about the Chiloe mythology since I find it quite interesting and they have their own exclusive creatures.
I have been hearing this mod name for a long time here and there, then I went to youtube to listen to СЛОТ - TerrorEast, and all the comments were about this mod, so you got me intrigued and I'm going to play it.
Try these ones:
Youtube.com (said to have one of the best guitar solos in all Metal)
One of the best Metal bands of the 2000's
I'll say it again, and I'll say it a million times. Most of the Metal bands don't worship or believe in Satan, they just use his image to shock or to enhance the experience, "Metal confronts what we rather ignore", and generally do not glorify evil. Yes there are true Satanic Metal Bands but you don't have to agree with their statements, just take Metal for what it is: art. I don't like Satan myself, but I have no problem with people singing about him or worshiping him. There are thousands and thousands of Metal bands that do not even mention or show Satan in any way if that's what you would rather like. "Metal will always be a culture of outsiders", and it is not everyone's cup of tea. If you don't even want to hear about Satan then Metal is not the place for you.
Youtube.com (this video explains what I just wanted to communicate to perfection).
Having been years listening to Metal and getting to know it I can tell you one thing for sure, if you're looking for evil, it's not in Metal you'll find it.
I don't mean to disrespect your point of view in any way, I'm just telling things how I see them after years of being into Metal. And if you can't embrace it fully it's okay.
To all the metal women out there. lml
Not really familiar with this kind of structure. But I have to say this model looks amazing!! Good Job.
Fightress style all the way! haha.
As for all the bands, I think it has to do with Metal being originated in Europe, and also the music style suits the atmosphere of the countries pretty well.
There are many Metal bands from Chile. My two personal favorites are Iron Spell (a classic Heavy Metal band), and Folkheim (a Folk/Black Metal band). Folkheim uses national instruments and themes, although I don't know what many of their songs speak about cause they are underground and there is not many information about the songs meanings.
Check Iron Spell: Youtube.com
Check Folkheim : Youtube.com
As a note, the image used here is the cover for Týr's album Valkyrja (Faroese Heavy Metal band), I have a T-shirt with the same image;). So I have my doubts that would be Morrigan, I think it is a Valkyrie. You can check out a song of the album here Youtube.com if you want to
Totally feeling it. As for me I've been listening to a folk atmospheric oriented black metal. Youtube.com
Can't get this one out of my head.
Words to live by!
I heard that Skyclad is releasing a new album. So I came here to share some Skyclad.
It was way more melodic than what I expected it to be.Nice! I like the symphonic sound to it also.
I can't get enough of this, Darkthrone is a band of metal fanatics who sure know where to look for influences.
Venom's Black Metal is a timeless classic. Countess Bathory is my favorite from that album.
At least he can teach them some music when he has to attend a meeting. On another note the new Darkthrone track is just a killer song!
Gaahl looking like: "**** man I really don't like females"
I just discovered this band today, they're from my country, and it's hard to believe, but this album was released this year, and sounds like an all time Heavy Metal classic. Huge influences from Mercyful Fate, Judas Priest and Iron Maiden.
Grab your beer and get ready for a time travel.
I like how they slowly build their speed through the song and the lyrics are really cool.
Huginn and Muninn = Thought and Memory
That was very brutal. They could have used Alice Cooper's Man Behind the Mask for music though.
Here in Chile we have some folk metal bands, for the most part I don't like them that much. But these two bands are great for me and I love listening to them.