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#21 - Traditional Black Metal, i.e. Trve Kvlt Black Metal, usually h…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/28/2013 on Black Metal Recording Studio +4
User avatar #23 - diablojoe (04/28/2013) [-]
Ahh Kk. Suspected as much but just wanted to be sure.
#568 - Rammestein are much larger than A7X and Marilyn Manson, probab… 04/26/2013 on Very True 0
#566 - Depends on which continent you are in, Stratovarious sell out …  [+] (2 new replies) 04/25/2013 on Very True 0
#567 - bigrog (04/25/2013) [-]
not to sound like a tool but popularity is important. It might not equal quality but it does equal success. And success is a pretty good indicator to quality. And both those groups can do a lot more than sell out in there own country. Its about worldwide success. A7X mainevented a huge metal festival in Germany, Marilyn Manson is often at the top of the charts in japan, slipknot sold out in every venue in there Europe tour and also do extremely well in japan. With the exception of maybe rammstein, not erupean band can come close to there level of success today, and even rammstein is BIG maybe.
#568 - ermmmmmyeah (04/26/2013) [-]
Rammestein are much larger than A7X and Marilyn Manson, probably on a par with Slipknot. Hell look at the bill for Download festival this year, three headliners of Rammstein, Iron Maiden and Slipknot. If popularity can be indicative of quality but not necessarily so, it isn't the be all and end all. Certain bands from the 80's for instance arguably deserved their popularity e.g. Metallica, Megadeth, Iron Maiden and Van Halen. Others didn't e.g. Poison, Ratt, Hanoi Rocks etc. Its an iffy factor. At the end of the day we shouldn't even be arguing among these lines as music is subjective and you simply cannot say whether one thing is better than another. Music in the US has had a massive impact on music worldwide as has music from the UK, from Germany and from Scandinavia. I wouldn't say that the music is any better in the US than it is in say Norway or Finland because its a different country and a different context.
#564 - And please don't start that **** about Synster Ga… 04/25/2013 on Very True 0
#563 - I don't think that Slipknot or A7X have changed anything thoug…  [+] (4 new replies) 04/25/2013 on Very True 0
#565 - bigrog (04/25/2013) [-]
The way they have changed things is that they have brought popularity and mainstream attention to metal. Aside from legends what recent metal band has been able to sell out stadiums like they can. If i remember correctly A7X sold out the garden not to long ago. Not since Metallica has really any metal group grown as large as they have. And because of there popularity many other aweasome metal bands have been able to start and make a name for themselves.And as far as incredible musicians joey jordison is arguably one of the best drummer in the last couple decades, corey taylor has an amazing vocal range and is an awesome song writer, and M. Shadows is one of the people in the last 10 years to have popularity, talent, and fame to deserve the title rockstar
#566 - ermmmmmyeah (04/25/2013) [-]
Depends on which continent you are in, Stratovarious sell out arenas in Germany. And when did the quality of metal be measured in popularity?
#567 - bigrog (04/25/2013) [-]
not to sound like a tool but popularity is important. It might not equal quality but it does equal success. And success is a pretty good indicator to quality. And both those groups can do a lot more than sell out in there own country. Its about worldwide success. A7X mainevented a huge metal festival in Germany, Marilyn Manson is often at the top of the charts in japan, slipknot sold out in every venue in there Europe tour and also do extremely well in japan. With the exception of maybe rammstein, not erupean band can come close to there level of success today, and even rammstein is BIG maybe.
#568 - ermmmmmyeah (04/26/2013) [-]
Rammestein are much larger than A7X and Marilyn Manson, probably on a par with Slipknot. Hell look at the bill for Download festival this year, three headliners of Rammstein, Iron Maiden and Slipknot. If popularity can be indicative of quality but not necessarily so, it isn't the be all and end all. Certain bands from the 80's for instance arguably deserved their popularity e.g. Metallica, Megadeth, Iron Maiden and Van Halen. Others didn't e.g. Poison, Ratt, Hanoi Rocks etc. Its an iffy factor. At the end of the day we shouldn't even be arguing among these lines as music is subjective and you simply cannot say whether one thing is better than another. Music in the US has had a massive impact on music worldwide as has music from the UK, from Germany and from Scandinavia. I wouldn't say that the music is any better in the US than it is in say Norway or Finland because its a different country and a different context.
#55 - You do know that the English were Anglo-Saxons who were compri…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/25/2013 on Cant resist our Viking blood +8
User avatar #144 - blargchikahonkhonk (04/25/2013) [-]
also if we are talking about concurring there are only 22 countrys that the English haven't invaded
#547 - What is grunge but a combination of Punk Rock and Classic Rock…  [+] (6 new replies) 04/25/2013 on Very True 0
#561 - bigrog (04/25/2013) [-]
grunge is something completely on its own, bands like nirvana and alice in chains flipped music on its head. Grunge is the music that ushered in a new age of music and pushed out over the top hair metal. And your right judas priest and iron maiden have had huge impact, but i was talking about the present and the future, not the past. Slipknot and A7X are the biggest bands in metal today. They have brought more popularity to metal than its had in along time. Can you name a larger band in metal than either of them, and both american. And we have just as many groundbreaking legends in metal as you. You guys might have iron maiden, judas priest, and ozzy, but we had kiss, metallica, Dio, Slash, Alice Cooper, and many others.
#563 - ermmmmmyeah (04/25/2013) [-]
I don't think that Slipknot or A7X have changed anything though. They don't brink any particular innovation to the genres that they occupy, they don't have any incredible musicians in etc.
#565 - bigrog (04/25/2013) [-]
The way they have changed things is that they have brought popularity and mainstream attention to metal. Aside from legends what recent metal band has been able to sell out stadiums like they can. If i remember correctly A7X sold out the garden not to long ago. Not since Metallica has really any metal group grown as large as they have. And because of there popularity many other aweasome metal bands have been able to start and make a name for themselves.And as far as incredible musicians joey jordison is arguably one of the best drummer in the last couple decades, corey taylor has an amazing vocal range and is an awesome song writer, and M. Shadows is one of the people in the last 10 years to have popularity, talent, and fame to deserve the title rockstar
#566 - ermmmmmyeah (04/25/2013) [-]
Depends on which continent you are in, Stratovarious sell out arenas in Germany. And when did the quality of metal be measured in popularity?
#567 - bigrog (04/25/2013) [-]
not to sound like a tool but popularity is important. It might not equal quality but it does equal success. And success is a pretty good indicator to quality. And both those groups can do a lot more than sell out in there own country. Its about worldwide success. A7X mainevented a huge metal festival in Germany, Marilyn Manson is often at the top of the charts in japan, slipknot sold out in every venue in there Europe tour and also do extremely well in japan. With the exception of maybe rammstein, not erupean band can come close to there level of success today, and even rammstein is BIG maybe.
#568 - ermmmmmyeah (04/26/2013) [-]
Rammestein are much larger than A7X and Marilyn Manson, probably on a par with Slipknot. Hell look at the bill for Download festival this year, three headliners of Rammstein, Iron Maiden and Slipknot. If popularity can be indicative of quality but not necessarily so, it isn't the be all and end all. Certain bands from the 80's for instance arguably deserved their popularity e.g. Metallica, Megadeth, Iron Maiden and Van Halen. Others didn't e.g. Poison, Ratt, Hanoi Rocks etc. Its an iffy factor. At the end of the day we shouldn't even be arguing among these lines as music is subjective and you simply cannot say whether one thing is better than another. Music in the US has had a massive impact on music worldwide as has music from the UK, from Germany and from Scandinavia. I wouldn't say that the music is any better in the US than it is in say Norway or Finland because its a different country and a different context.
#527 - We have Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd, …  [+] (8 new replies) 04/24/2013 on Very True 0
#534 - bigrog (04/24/2013) [-]
you guys do have alot of good bands, but good bands isn't all there is to it. Its also how innovative and ground breaking we were. We for the most part created rock n roll, along with blues, folk country, ragtime, jazz, and a personal favorite grunge. Not to mention while you guys had the best rock bands in the 70's and arguably in the 60s, very arguably, i think we took it back in the 80s and definitely the 90s. And in my opinion we still smoke you in metal. You guys might have ozzy and motorhead but we have metallica, slipknot, avenged sevenfold, tenacious d- the best band ever, marilyn manson, and dio. Not to mention we have a munch larger variety, All you guys have is rock, pop, punk, techno, metal, and very limited folk, blues and jazz. We have Rock, pop, metal, punk, grunge, blues, folk, country, jazz, hip hop, reggaie, soul, and funk.
#547 - ermmmmmyeah (04/25/2013) [-]
What is grunge but a combination of Punk Rock and Classic Rock, inspired obviously by British bands. I personally don't know how the hell you are comparing Avenged Sevenfold and Slipknot to Iron Maiden and Judas Priest. Personal taste is one thing but I think Maiden and Priest have more impact upon metal than any other band in the world bar Black Sabbath.
#561 - bigrog (04/25/2013) [-]
grunge is something completely on its own, bands like nirvana and alice in chains flipped music on its head. Grunge is the music that ushered in a new age of music and pushed out over the top hair metal. And your right judas priest and iron maiden have had huge impact, but i was talking about the present and the future, not the past. Slipknot and A7X are the biggest bands in metal today. They have brought more popularity to metal than its had in along time. Can you name a larger band in metal than either of them, and both american. And we have just as many groundbreaking legends in metal as you. You guys might have iron maiden, judas priest, and ozzy, but we had kiss, metallica, Dio, Slash, Alice Cooper, and many others.
#563 - ermmmmmyeah (04/25/2013) [-]
I don't think that Slipknot or A7X have changed anything though. They don't brink any particular innovation to the genres that they occupy, they don't have any incredible musicians in etc.
#565 - bigrog (04/25/2013) [-]
The way they have changed things is that they have brought popularity and mainstream attention to metal. Aside from legends what recent metal band has been able to sell out stadiums like they can. If i remember correctly A7X sold out the garden not to long ago. Not since Metallica has really any metal group grown as large as they have. And because of there popularity many other aweasome metal bands have been able to start and make a name for themselves.And as far as incredible musicians joey jordison is arguably one of the best drummer in the last couple decades, corey taylor has an amazing vocal range and is an awesome song writer, and M. Shadows is one of the people in the last 10 years to have popularity, talent, and fame to deserve the title rockstar
#566 - ermmmmmyeah (04/25/2013) [-]
Depends on which continent you are in, Stratovarious sell out arenas in Germany. And when did the quality of metal be measured in popularity?
#567 - bigrog (04/25/2013) [-]
not to sound like a tool but popularity is important. It might not equal quality but it does equal success. And success is a pretty good indicator to quality. And both those groups can do a lot more than sell out in there own country. Its about worldwide success. A7X mainevented a huge metal festival in Germany, Marilyn Manson is often at the top of the charts in japan, slipknot sold out in every venue in there Europe tour and also do extremely well in japan. With the exception of maybe rammstein, not erupean band can come close to there level of success today, and even rammstein is BIG maybe.
#568 - ermmmmmyeah (04/26/2013) [-]
Rammestein are much larger than A7X and Marilyn Manson, probably on a par with Slipknot. Hell look at the bill for Download festival this year, three headliners of Rammstein, Iron Maiden and Slipknot. If popularity can be indicative of quality but not necessarily so, it isn't the be all and end all. Certain bands from the 80's for instance arguably deserved their popularity e.g. Metallica, Megadeth, Iron Maiden and Van Halen. Others didn't e.g. Poison, Ratt, Hanoi Rocks etc. Its an iffy factor. At the end of the day we shouldn't even be arguing among these lines as music is subjective and you simply cannot say whether one thing is better than another. Music in the US has had a massive impact on music worldwide as has music from the UK, from Germany and from Scandinavia. I wouldn't say that the music is any better in the US than it is in say Norway or Finland because its a different country and a different context.
#120 - Better music? I think not my american friend.  [+] (10 new replies) 04/24/2013 on Very True 0
#127 - bigrog (04/24/2013) [-]
you guys did awesome with rock but i maintain rock would have never existed without the influence the Mississippi delta and memphis. I mean in the mississipi delta alone we created like 3 different genres. Not to mention you guys have no country ( good country like johnny cash and wilile nelson, not modern crap) or any hip hop ( good hip hop like tupac, macklemore, or biggie smalls, not the crappy rap) Also i think we guys can give you a run for your money in the rock department. We have elvis, nirvana, alice in chains, areosmith, and jimi hendrix. We also created grunge and in my opinion have way better metal
#527 - ermmmmmyeah (04/24/2013) [-]
We have Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd, The Beatles, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Whitesnake, Motorhead, Genesis, Rainbow, The Who, Joy Division, New Order, Oasis, Steven Wilson. I could go on. Arguable the British bands of the early 1970's are resposible for the wider development of rock, metal, electronic and folk throughout the last 40 years. I'm not saying that the US didn't play its part because it did, but I really don't think you could say that the US has better music?
#534 - bigrog (04/24/2013) [-]
you guys do have alot of good bands, but good bands isn't all there is to it. Its also how innovative and ground breaking we were. We for the most part created rock n roll, along with blues, folk country, ragtime, jazz, and a personal favorite grunge. Not to mention while you guys had the best rock bands in the 70's and arguably in the 60s, very arguably, i think we took it back in the 80s and definitely the 90s. And in my opinion we still smoke you in metal. You guys might have ozzy and motorhead but we have metallica, slipknot, avenged sevenfold, tenacious d- the best band ever, marilyn manson, and dio. Not to mention we have a munch larger variety, All you guys have is rock, pop, punk, techno, metal, and very limited folk, blues and jazz. We have Rock, pop, metal, punk, grunge, blues, folk, country, jazz, hip hop, reggaie, soul, and funk.
#547 - ermmmmmyeah (04/25/2013) [-]
What is grunge but a combination of Punk Rock and Classic Rock, inspired obviously by British bands. I personally don't know how the hell you are comparing Avenged Sevenfold and Slipknot to Iron Maiden and Judas Priest. Personal taste is one thing but I think Maiden and Priest have more impact upon metal than any other band in the world bar Black Sabbath.
#561 - bigrog (04/25/2013) [-]
grunge is something completely on its own, bands like nirvana and alice in chains flipped music on its head. Grunge is the music that ushered in a new age of music and pushed out over the top hair metal. And your right judas priest and iron maiden have had huge impact, but i was talking about the present and the future, not the past. Slipknot and A7X are the biggest bands in metal today. They have brought more popularity to metal than its had in along time. Can you name a larger band in metal than either of them, and both american. And we have just as many groundbreaking legends in metal as you. You guys might have iron maiden, judas priest, and ozzy, but we had kiss, metallica, Dio, Slash, Alice Cooper, and many others.
#563 - ermmmmmyeah (04/25/2013) [-]
I don't think that Slipknot or A7X have changed anything though. They don't brink any particular innovation to the genres that they occupy, they don't have any incredible musicians in etc.
#565 - bigrog (04/25/2013) [-]
The way they have changed things is that they have brought popularity and mainstream attention to metal. Aside from legends what recent metal band has been able to sell out stadiums like they can. If i remember correctly A7X sold out the garden not to long ago. Not since Metallica has really any metal group grown as large as they have. And because of there popularity many other aweasome metal bands have been able to start and make a name for themselves.And as far as incredible musicians joey jordison is arguably one of the best drummer in the last couple decades, corey taylor has an amazing vocal range and is an awesome song writer, and M. Shadows is one of the people in the last 10 years to have popularity, talent, and fame to deserve the title rockstar
#566 - ermmmmmyeah (04/25/2013) [-]
Depends on which continent you are in, Stratovarious sell out arenas in Germany. And when did the quality of metal be measured in popularity?
#567 - bigrog (04/25/2013) [-]
not to sound like a tool but popularity is important. It might not equal quality but it does equal success. And success is a pretty good indicator to quality. And both those groups can do a lot more than sell out in there own country. Its about worldwide success. A7X mainevented a huge metal festival in Germany, Marilyn Manson is often at the top of the charts in japan, slipknot sold out in every venue in there Europe tour and also do extremely well in japan. With the exception of maybe rammstein, not erupean band can come close to there level of success today, and even rammstein is BIG maybe.
#568 - ermmmmmyeah (04/26/2013) [-]
Rammestein are much larger than A7X and Marilyn Manson, probably on a par with Slipknot. Hell look at the bill for Download festival this year, three headliners of Rammstein, Iron Maiden and Slipknot. If popularity can be indicative of quality but not necessarily so, it isn't the be all and end all. Certain bands from the 80's for instance arguably deserved their popularity e.g. Metallica, Megadeth, Iron Maiden and Van Halen. Others didn't e.g. Poison, Ratt, Hanoi Rocks etc. Its an iffy factor. At the end of the day we shouldn't even be arguing among these lines as music is subjective and you simply cannot say whether one thing is better than another. Music in the US has had a massive impact on music worldwide as has music from the UK, from Germany and from Scandinavia. I wouldn't say that the music is any better in the US than it is in say Norway or Finland because its a different country and a different context.
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