What kind of music do you listen to besides (Black) Metal?

    • Hevroth said...
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    • 19 Jun 2009, 22:43
    Other than black metal (and of course all other genres of metal), my favorite things to listen to are movie / video game soundtracks and j-pop (japanese pop). I find the latter to be a nice contrast to my normal taste in music. :P

  • rock from 70s and early 90s

    • Bequest said...
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    • 20 Jun 2009, 19:25
    I enjoy Brutal/Slam Death Metal, some goregrind. I also like hard rock/alternative stuff: Alice In Chains, Smashing Pumpkins, Radiohead, Chevelle.

    Sure god's all powerful, but does he have lips?
    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 24 Jun 2009, 04:12
    Viking/death/extreme metal, ambient, video game soundtracks, and classical music on occasion (from Renaissance era to 1700s).

  • I love folk music. I have folk music from Ireland, Scotland, Spain, Iceland, Finland, and some of the Islamic countries as well. I wish that I knew where to find this stuff easier. There are a few post-rock bands that I love and I like some of the standard classic rock bands, as well as the better Alternative from the early 90's. I dabble in Classical and Jazz from time to time, not to mention there's a few rap albums I enjoy.

    Aside from Folk, I like rock artists like Tom Waits, Frank Zappa, Tori Amos, The Reverend Horton Heat (that's considered phychobilly though).

    I love metal, and have for about 14 years now, but I have to be able to listen to other styles. Most of all happy folk music. It makes me want to dance like a good Korpiklaani song.

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    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 26 Aug 2009, 20:23
    just about everything haha... like, everything.

  • Agree with the above post.
    I am a huge fan of doom metal, thrash metal, death metal, 70's / early 80's heavy metal, punk rock, death rock, classic rock, glam rock, folk, new wave, classical......
    I have a very eclectic taste.

    Impaled by metal \m/
  • Death Metal

    • Falahk said...
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    • 27 Aug 2009, 13:54
    almost anything, as long as like the sound of it
    but mostly:
    Gothic Metal (and a bunch of similar wannabe stuff, considering how much that get misstaged as it)
    Folk music (i have started to lean a lot towards the Turkic/Mongolian traditional music as of late, because....lets face it, throat singing is twise as kvlt as black metal)
    Turkish pop (mostly female vocalists)
    Hipp hop (Funk and/or Jazz influnced stuff mostly, but also a bit of early electro)

    • Murt_y said...
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    • 27 Aug 2009, 16:30
    Some gore/porngrind (Jig-Ai / Torsofuck)
    Different soundtracks, preferably wow lolz
    Some ambient
    other kinds of metal, mostly death/folk
    some classical to

  • -most: viking/folk/pagan metal (also some other bands from other metal genres^^)
    -oldies :D
    -oldscool rock (beatles, led zeppelin, stones, the doors etc)
    -some jazz
    -folk (irish, medival, humpaa...^^)
    -soundtracks and musicals
    -and tom waits and björk :P
    -I also like some rapstuff, but not so much and only single songs..

    wer morgens später aufsteht hält abends länger durch.
  • symphonic/death/folk is what i usually listen to, some heavy metal and grindcore once in awhile

    i also like orchesta and some opera

    • faelgar said...
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    • 28 Aug 2009, 19:03
    classical music, folk (dark/apocalyptic/neo), gothic rock (oldschool), and other )) see my profile :D

    • Oroshii said...
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    • 29 Aug 2009, 18:58
    Metal : Avant-garde metal, Progressive metal, Death/doom metal, Atmospheric metal, Folk metal and mix of all them

    Rock : Alternative, Folk rock, Post rock, Post hardcore, Shoegaze, Dreampop

    Folk : Neofolk, Acoustic Folk, Traditional Folk

    Electronic : Ambient, IDM, Trip Hop, some Indus stuff

    Goth : Post-punk, Cold Wave, some Death Rock & Batcave

    Classical : Classical, Baroque, Romantic, Contemporary & Minimlism

    Quite eclectic, but doesn't mean I love every bands in these genres...

  • Almost any thing except cRap.

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 30 Aug 2009, 04:27
    Classical: Chopin, Bach (esp. cello variations), John Cage
    Ambient (all varieties, including Brian Eno)
    Electronic (glitch, breakcore, jungle, DB)
    Avant Garde/Experimental

    *Response to Balance13: I don't listen to "cRap" either, but I will listen to hip-hop (Sage Francis, Atmosphere, Eyedea and Abilities, Madvillain, Madlib, Blue Scholars, Immortal Technique, etc.)

    Native flute (Tibetan, Native American)
    East Indian (Sitar, tabla etc.)
    Most metal

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 4 Sep 2009, 11:54

    I listen to anything done well, to my tastes.

    1.) Classical, and *all* of its subgenres (Medieval, Renaissance, Classical, Romantic, 20th Century, Modern, Opera, and Avant Garde/Minimalism).... I listen to this music just as much as I listen to metal.

    2.) Electronic, Ambient, old school EBM, and some old school Synth Pop.

    3.) Old time and traditional USA folk music, along with traditional world folk music.

    4.) Neofolk, Martial, Industrial and all that gloomy, bombastic stuff.

    5.) Other metal ==> Thrash, Death, Grind, and occasionally Doom.

    6.) Noise, Power Electronics, Drone.

    7.) some Pop, but mainly limited to the pop music of various countries of the world during the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s, and 1960s.

    8.) Anything else done well that is not easily umbrella-ed under the above genres.

    • DaHorst said...
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    • 4 Sep 2009, 12:57
    1. Irish Folk Rock and Celtic Punk
    2. Ambient and Classic
    3. Bavarian traditional Folkmusic (Biermöslblosn etc.)
    4. Folk/ Viking Metal
    5. Samsas Traum (German Avant Garde/ Darkwave Band)
    6. Other traditional Folkmusic from around the world

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 15 Sep 2009, 18:57
    Death metal
    Viking metal

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 27 Sep 2009, 07:24
    Viking, folk and pagan metal, maybe a little dark ambient.

  • Sorry, I don't understand much in terminology of modern styles.
    As far as I know, they call it:
    death metal,
    funeral doom,
    progressive & experimental metal,
    some industrial or cyber metal if the Kovenant is one,
    &... let me guess... rock'n'roll of the Chrome Division kind.
    I listen to classical music a lot for sure, especially organ music.

    Sorry, I listen just what I want and don't care much about how the style is titled and if it is scrobbled for last.fm.

  • the wind.

  • almost all types espicialy Thrash - Gothic - Doom - Death -Progressive - ....

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 2 Oct 2009, 11:00
    doom ,technical brutal death metal and blackened death

  • Grunge music like Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, Puddle of Mudd, Soundgarden, Mother Love Bone, Mudhoney

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