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Postby Fabio_kun » 12/3/2009, 8:45 pm

By extreme I mean heavy.
So what are the heaviest bands you listen to. It's funny cause a few years after I got into OLP (that was in 2000 - damn, a decade ago!) I started listen to heavy metal, but that didn't last too long. I still listen to some pretty heavy stuff but I'm disgusted by that scandinavian crappy metal I used to listen to. Luckly that phase didn't last long!

So here are some of the heaviest bands I listen to:

Dream Theater
Opeth
Pain Of Salvation
Slipknot
Underoath
Killswitch Engage

Those are my favorite, I'd say.

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Postby Random Name » 12/3/2009, 8:53 pm

I dunno if some of those bands are that extreme. :P Killswitch Engaged is like Metal Lite. hahaha.

Some of my favorite quality metal is from He Is Legend and The Holly Springs Disaster.

Also been into Misery Signals, The Human Springs Disaster, The Bled, Mendeed, oh and Bring Me The Horizon. And of course Cancer Bats. And Alexisonfire never does wrong. Loving their new album. Oh oh oh and Dethklok. There needs to me more metalocalypse fans in the universe. They may be cartoons but they are heavy as fuck.
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Postby MindsOnLoan » 12/3/2009, 8:53 pm

Probably Pearl Jam, Nirvana, or Alice in Chains. Which aren't all too heavy lol.

I don't really like metal though, so..
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Postby Fabio_kun » 12/3/2009, 9:00 pm

Random Name wrote:I dunno if some of those bands are that extreme. :P Killswitch Engaged is like Metal Lite. hahaha.

Some of my favorite quality metal is from He Is Legend and The Holly Springs Disaster.

Also been into Misery Signals, The Human Springs Disaster, The Bled, Mendeed, oh and Bring Me The Horizon. And of course Cancer Bats. And Alexisonfire never does wrong. Loving their new album. Oh oh oh and Dethklok. There needs to me more metalocalypse fans in the universe. They may be cartoons but they are heavy as fuck.


Yeah I know those aren't too extreme, but I meant that those are pretty much the heavist bands that i REALLY enjoy ;)

I haven't heard of any of those bands you listed apart from Alexisonfire, which I like!
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Postby Random Name » 12/3/2009, 10:10 pm

Fabio_kun wrote:
Random Name wrote:I dunno if some of those bands are that extreme. :P Killswitch Engaged is like Metal Lite. hahaha.

Some of my favorite quality metal is from He Is Legend and The Holly Springs Disaster.

Also been into Misery Signals, The Human Springs Disaster, The Bled, Mendeed, oh and Bring Me The Horizon. And of course Cancer Bats. And Alexisonfire never does wrong. Loving their new album. Oh oh oh and Dethklok. There needs to me more metalocalypse fans in the universe. They may be cartoons but they are heavy as fuck.


Yeah I know those aren't too extreme, but I meant that those are pretty much the heavist bands that i REALLY enjoy ;)

I haven't heard of any of those bands you listed apart from Alexisonfire, which I like!


Give He Is Legend a try. Listen to them. Love them.
'Eating a Book' is the song I first heard.
Anyone who appreciates amazing guitars and hardcore riffs and also appreciates writing and literature should love this band. haha.
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Postby ivewaited » 12/4/2009, 8:05 am

born of osiris are heavy.
and if i don't make it know that i've loved you all along.

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Postby Neil » 12/4/2009, 8:42 am

Five Finger Death Punch. Though a couple tracks off the latest album are pretty freaking soft.
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Postby Johnny » 12/4/2009, 9:19 am

Michael Bolton, Yanni and Enya.
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Postby m2 » 12/4/2009, 2:29 pm

Rage Against The Machine,Polar Bear Club, Every Time I Die...
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Postby megxyz128 » 12/5/2009, 12:37 am

dillenger escape plan. omgggggg
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Postby Fabio_kun » 12/5/2009, 5:15 pm

megxyz128 wrote:dillenger escape plan. omgggggg


I'm into Chris Pennie and his drumming along Coheed and Cambria :)
Love CO&CA.
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Postby Joe Cooler » 12/5/2009, 9:04 pm

I imagine you'd love "Norma Jean" and "As I Lay Dying" if you like recent Underoath (everything after "They're Only Chasing Safety). I sure do.
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Postby Shanae » 12/5/2009, 10:22 pm

Simple Plan. (Kidding.)
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Postby Dr. Hobo » 12/12/2009, 11:24 pm

wolfgang amadeus mozart. shits da bomb yo. \m/
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Postby Johnny » 12/13/2009, 2:06 pm

Liar. You told me that you love enya above anything else. :nod:
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Postby Neil » 1/27/2010, 8:40 am

I wouldn't consider RATM heavy...
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Postby m2 » 1/27/2010, 6:44 pm

And i wouldn't consider Brett Favre good at football.
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Postby DG » 1/27/2010, 8:32 pm

That's where the logic begins to lack.

Favre is God.
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Postby Neil » 1/27/2010, 11:23 pm

m2 wrote:And i wouldn't consider Brett Favre good at football.



Awww... you thought of that comeback all on your own? I'm so proud of you!
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Postby starseed_10 » 2/5/2010, 4:03 am

Brett Favre's a no talent ass clown. C'mon Neil.
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