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Old 02-08-2010, 12:33 PM
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This is just metal bands, I included my 3 favorite hardcore bands at the end of the list though. Nobody here's gonna like this list, and it changes all the time.

1. Whitechapel
2. All That Remains
3. Suicide Silence
4. The World We Knew
5. Winds of Plague
6. Slipknot
7. For Today
8. Killswitch Engage
9. Bury Your Dead
10. Hatebreed
11. Carnifex
12. Lamb of God
13. Chimaira
14. Five Finger Death Punch
15. Job for a Cowboy
16. Metallica
17. Slayer
18. Mastodon
19. As I Lay Dying
20. Disturbed
21. Mudvayne
22. Stray From the Path
23. Revenge
24. Trapped Under Ice
25. Word For Word

Made this list off the top of my head, I'm sure I'm forgetting some bands.
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Old 02-08-2010, 12:42 PM
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This is just metal bands, I included my 3 favorite hardcore bands at the end of the list though. Nobody here's gonna like this list, and it changes all the time.

1. Whitechapel
2. All That Remains
3. Suicide Silence
4. The World We Knew
5. Winds of Plague
6. Slipknot
7. For Today
8. Killswitch Engage
9. Bury Your Dead
10. Hatebreed
11. Carnifex
12. Lamb of God
13. Chimaira
14. Five Finger Death Punch
15. Job for a Cowboy
16. Metallica
17. Slayer
18. Mastodon

19. As I Lay Dying
20. Disturbed
21. Mudvayne
22. Stray From the Path
23. Revenge
24. Trapped Under Ice
25. Word For Word

Made this list off the top of my head, I'm sure I'm forgetting some bands.
You should be aware that a fellow representing the folks in Items #16 through 18 on your list just phoned.
He not-so-respectfully informed me that the bands in question require you to remove them from this list immediately.

...and before you even get started - don't bitch at me...I'm just delivering the message.
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Old 02-08-2010, 12:52 PM
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You should be aware that a fellow representing the folks in Items #16 through 18 on your list just phoned.
He not-so-respectfully informed me that the bands in question require you to remove them from this list immediately.

...and before you even get started - don't bitch at me...I'm just delivering the message.
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Old 02-08-2010, 02:04 PM
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1. Iron Maiden
2. Metallica
3. Slayer
4. Megadeth
5. Blaze Bayley
6. Sabbat
7. Skyclad (with Martin Walkyier)
8. Nightwish (with Tarja Turunen)
9. Rammstein
10. Slipknot
11. Doro / Warlock
12. Guns 'n Roses
13. Anthrax (with Joey Belladonna)
14. Helloween (80's line-up)
15. Faith No More (up to and including Angel Dust)
16. Samson (with Bruce Dickinson)
17. Bruce Dickinson (solo)
18. Queensryche (up to and including Empire)
19. Arch Enemy (with Angela Gossow)
20. Within Temptation
21. Heart
22. Ozzy Osbourne
23. Dave Lee Roth / Van Halen
24. W.A.S.P (80's only)
25. Kiss (up to and including Crazy Nights)
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Old 02-08-2010, 02:53 PM
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See, to me that makes it pretty clear cut. Neither are one of your favourite bands. Nine Metallica albums (not counting Garage Inc.)... you like four. 44% doesn't sound like Top 25 material to me.
But you see, in Metallica's case there was a large sound change from the first four albums to nearly every other album they've released. Same with Sepultura, although Sepultura was more of a gradual change. I'm in the same boat as Powermaiden, I love the first five albums, but the rest dont settle with me too well.
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Old 02-08-2010, 03:12 PM
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See, to me that makes it pretty clear cut. Neither are one of your favourite bands. Nine Metallica albums (not counting Garage Inc.)... you like four. 44% doesn't sound like Top 25 material to me.


those 4 first albums are so strong, so inovative (if you put in perspective the years they came out) that to me they give Metallica a lot of ranks in my ranking of bands. So just by jugging them on that I find they are better than all the bands I listed below. anyway that's the way I see it


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Old 02-08-2010, 03:21 PM
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1. Whitechapel
When I think of all the great metal bands over the years, this for sure does not cross my mind.
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Old 02-08-2010, 03:39 PM
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When I think of all the great metal bands over the years, this for sure does not cross my mind.
maybe not for you but Whitechapel is a great band whether people like them or not. This Is Exile is probably the greatest deathcore album to come out, with of course 90% of them being shit.
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Old 02-08-2010, 03:41 PM
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1. Whitechapel
This is a joke right? As someone who's been listening to metal for 20 years I can't even think of a reason to justify this other than it being a joke.
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Old 02-08-2010, 05:36 PM
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See, to me that makes it pretty clear cut. Neither are one of your favourite bands. Nine Metallica albums (not counting Garage Inc.)... you like four. 44% doesn't sound like Top 25 material to me.
A friend of mine has a theory regarding bands:

Once you release 4 "Masterpieces", it doesn't really matter what else you do - you're "in". This is how he justifies that Queensryche are still one of his favorite bands, even though he hates everything they've done in the past 15 years.

I don't agree in black and white, but I'm alright with the logic.
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