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Old 2006-04-17, 15:57
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Your Metal Heritage.

How did you get into metal?

For me it went like this:

Grunge/punk-Slipknot/Korn/etc-Metallica-Megadeth-Slayer-Cryptopsy(Courtacy of nHoE)
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Old 2006-04-17, 16:03
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Old 2006-04-17, 16:07
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finger eleven --> korn --> System of a down --> deftones --> slipknot --> chastisement --> bludgeon, bloodbath, cannibal corpse and death metal.... dimmu borgir and other black metal... and now mixed with mogwai, queens of the stone age, poison the well, and fu manchu
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Old 2006-04-17, 16:09
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Sepultura- Beneath The Remains opened up the metal world for me. That got me into some nu-metal and thrash stuff. I moved away from nu-metal and started getting into death metal. Then I began progressing further, trading and sharing albums with MTM and Transient. And the forum/internet got me to where I am now....
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Old 2006-04-17, 16:14
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Well at first, I never used to listen to music at all. Then, in the beginning of high school i started listening to some of the stuff other people in my classes listened to just to give it a try. Some of the stuff was Blink182,Linkin park,Kid Rock and poppy stuff like that. At that time i thought the music was OK but it never really got my interest. Then i began to listen to what my parents listened to which i really liked. They listened to classic rock, stuf like aerosmith,rolling stones, hendrix, zeppelin, the doors,GNR,80s hair metal. At this point i just ditched all that other stuff and listened to solely classic rock for about 2 years. Then was trying to find some other types of music and stumbled across Slipknot,disturbed,korn and some other nu metal bands. At that point i thought that was the heaviest stuff there was and began listening to that, but also listened to classic rock. I then heard of Metallica and really liked them, Master od puppets being the the 1st album i heard. Eventaully i got into Pantera and Slayer and from then on i really got into metal. Also at this point i ceased listening to nu metal, except with the very occassional(maybe once a year) listen to slipknot(iowa) and disturbed. So i pretty much listend to thrash and classic rock for years. Then I saw one of my friends wearing a Cannibal corpse shirt so i thought id give them a listen. At first i didnt really like it and put it away for several months and went back to listening to slayer,metallica,etc. Eventaully i gave it some more listens, it grew on me and ever since then ive been listening to death metal,as well as other subgenres liek power and thrash and classic rock. Also at that point i decided to pick up a guitar. And now i listen to lots of death metal, thrash metal;power metal ,80s hair metal and classic rock every so often.
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Old 2006-04-17, 16:15
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Queen
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Rap phase
started playing guitar - Jimi Hendrix
Black Sabbath & other 70's rock
Started to hate rap. Rap phase over
Pentagram & other stoner rock
Isengard & other black metal
Cannibal Corpse to buying death metal cds
Expanded musical taste's to more metal, some jazz, prog rock, classical through various recommendations.

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Old 2006-04-17, 16:21
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i'd say the jester race (in flames) pushed me into liking metal the most.
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Classics like Queen and Led Zep, with some Blink182 thrown in there, later Iron Maiden became a staple of my music feast.
Cradle Of Filth were a 'breakthrough' band for me,
and then it just progressed to death metal, and went to doom, with some black thrown in there, and now next to no death (apart from a little melodic death, some krisiun and opeth), and pretty much all doom/ambient and folk
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Old 2006-04-17, 16:26
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was playing THPS2 on N64 or something and heard AC/Dc and i liked it cuz of solos and rawness

Then i listend to Linkin park and i'm like whoa that's heavy (pfff... sure. )


Then my friend turned me on to metallica (everyother completely average thrasher)

Now i like Death (the band) and a lot of thrash
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Old 2006-04-17, 16:31
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rage against the machine- started obsessing over them in like 9th grade
soad- a year later started obsessing
introduction to opeth- 11th grade
death metal fad
introduction to emperor-12th grade
black metal obsession......havent looked back
recently getting into more NSBM and doom metal
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Old 2006-04-17, 16:41
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Old 2006-04-17, 16:52
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Cradle Of Filth were a 'breakthrough' band for me,
and then it just progressed to death metal, and went to doom, with some black thrown in there, and now next to no death (apart from a little melodic death, some krisiun and opeth), and pretty much all doom/ambient and folk

much like myself. CoF came after Fear factory for me though, my major transition. to put it simply:

Korn
Fear factory
Cannibal corpse
CoF
In flames
Mithotyn

so Fear factory brought on the metal side, follwed by Cannibal corpse (the most extreme i could find), realized i needed more than crunch and blast... Cradle of filth brought my love for keyboards and began the guitar melody, In flames brought in the ultimate guitar melody, and thats how i ended up with the mixed keyboards and guitar melody of Mithotyn. and i still like every one of those bands today.

BTW, I had started playing guitar in my CoF period. used a shit load of tremolo and fast drums (my drummer) and i couldnt write melodic then. once i started tabbing Mithotyn parts, i guess i got the hang of playing it then writing it.
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Old 2006-04-17, 17:05
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Old 2006-04-17, 17:06
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Old 2006-04-17, 17:14
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System of a Down ---> Slipknot ---> Cradle of filth ---> Iron maiden/Inflames --> power metal/death
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Old 2006-04-17, 17:18
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I started listening to Sepultura when I was 11, which lead to other thrash bands like Slayer, Metallica, and Testament. My best friend and I would spend hours downloading music...anything that seemed like it would be heavy and brutal. This lead to Cannibal Corpse, Severe Torture, Deicide, Death, Morbid Angel among others.

In high school all I listened to was Death Metal. I was a somewhat popular guy who was a total pothead and for the most part, a burned out loser....but I had alot of friends for some reason. When I was 17 I stopped smoking pot and for some reason I got into Iron Maiden and Motorhead to the maximum extent a person can get into those bands.

I graduated when I was 17, so I had alot of free time afterwards. I don't remember how but I stumbled across a website about Mayhem. I thought to myself "why have I been missing out on this!" The story is what sold me, the fact that the guitarist got murdered, the vocalist shot himself, and all the other details just sucked me in. This was my introduction to black metal, and I've remained a fan since.

My journey into black metal started with accesible bands like Mayhem, Marduk, Immortal, Burzum and later Dissection, Emperor, Enslaved etc. and slowly pregressed into bands like Darkthrone, Mutiilation, Vlad Tepes, Black Murder, Von, Sargeist, Sacramentum, Watain etc.

The last thing I got into was shred, which never really interested me until I started listening to Jason Becker. Ever since I got into shred it's the only style of music I play on the guitar.
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Old 2006-04-17, 17:52
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for me, it went something like this

nirvana & crappy nu-metal -> grunge -> some thrash -> everything else
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Old 2006-04-17, 17:55
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previous unecessary bands > inflames/immortal/amon amarth > everything else
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Old 2006-04-17, 18:04
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You all liked Nu Metal and now you make fun of people that listen to it...fucking hypocrites.
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Old 2006-04-17, 18:13
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People mature man, flaw in your argument.

Metallica S&M> Metallica > Megadeth > Exodus, Testament, S.O.D, Wehrmacht, Coroner> Decapitated, Vomitory etc

My mate did me a CD with all these death bands on it, back when I listened to thrash, and the real song that opened my eyes to death metal, was Skin To Liquid. I just sat up and realised that death metal was fucking immense.
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