17 Jun 2010, 16:20 by Shasolace
24 Feb 2010, 23:11 by Harry24Best 2009 Releases
(aka My 35 favourite albums released last year)
Well 2009 is gone (and january and fabruary) and I consider that there were lots of good stuff released, and well this are my favourite ones, so this list is according to my musical taste, but you may find that some of the albums mentioned below are indeed great.
Although the music I listen is mainly METAL, you may find some other genres, so if you are a close minded metal head who doesn’t want to see Megadeth or Slayer sharing a blog entry with another non-metal band, get the hell out of here!!! ......if you are not close minded but still a metal-head, don’t worry, I’m not mentioning releases by shitty bands, such as Radiohead, Coldplay, Tokio Hotel or crappy “artists” like Justin Bieber
Ok, here you are
*top played tracks by me
**Releases are shown in no particular order
Adagio - Archangels In Black
Released: 09th Feb
23 Jan 2010, 05:48 by petersicparkerVie 22 Ene – Metallica
Sencillamente impresionante, completamente sorprendido con The Four Horsemen, Ride the Lightning y con Battery. Este show superó ampliamente mis expectativas. Acá la lista completa:
1 Jan 2010, 03:39 by Maesky1. Behemoth – Ov Fire and the Void 87
2. Machine Head – Old 67
3. Coma – Trujące rośliny 66
4. Pantera – Cemetery Gates 65
5. Metallica – Seek & Destroy 63
6. Pantera – Cowboys from Hell 55
7. Coma – Lśnienie 54
7. Frontside – Katharsis 54
7. Behemoth – Conquer All 54
10. Metallica – Enter Sandman 53
11. Riverside – Loose Heart 52
12. Faith No More – Easy 45
12. Creed – Stand Here With Me 45
14. Frontside – Herezja Doskonała 44
15. Machine Head – Davidian 42
15. Creed – Is This The End 42
17. Metallica – Through the Never 40
18. Illusion – Tylko... 38
18. Acid Drinkers – Swallow the Needle 38
20. Behemoth – Inner Sanctum 36
21. Papa Roach – March Out Of The Darkness 35
21. Vader – Raining Blood 35
21. Machine Head – The Burning Red 35
24. Michael Jackson – Man in the Mirror 34
25. Behemoth – Chant For Ezkaton 2000 e.v. 33
25. Creed – With Arms Wide Open 33
25. Metallica – Battery 33
28. Hunter – Labirynt Fauna 32
3 Oct 2009, 08:40 by s7monTake ten bands/artists that should play at your show and determine their set lists:
- The first one plays 5 songs.
- The second one plays 5 songs.
- The third one plays 5 songs.
- The fourth one plays 5 songs.
- The fifth one plays 6 songs.
- The sixth one plays 7 songs.
- The seventh one plays 7 songs.
- The eighth one plays 7 songs.
- The ninth one plays 11 songs.
- The tenth one plays 14 songs, with a 2 song encore.
Caught in a Mosh
Got The Time
Any Place But Here
Leave This World Behind
Hordes of Chaos (A Necrologue for the Elite)
Against The Rest
Flag of Hate
System of a Down
Shame on a nigga
Roots Bloody Roots
Biotech Is Godzilla
Falling Away From Me
Beg for Me
Got the Life
28 Sep 2009, 13:23 by vitscorp
12 Jun 2009, 06:49 by DamnYouAllYa know, when I was making this list, I didn’t realize I had made such a pocket of metal. But I must admit, it was good timing for these reviews since I’ve been in a metal mood recently (like that Pat Boone album! - http://www.amazon.com/Metal-Mood-More-Mr-Nice/dp/B000005KOE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1244786256&sr=8-1). Anyway, I’m sure it’s no surprise that a metal lover like myself would eventually have a Metallica album on the list. After all, for many of us Metallica was our introduction to metal. Although Metallica’s “Metallica” (aka the Black Album) was the first of their albums that I got, I purchased “Master of Puppets” not long afterwards. All of the albums recorded before Cliff Burton’s death are outstanding, bringing the chug-chug riffs of metal alive. I am sad that Metallica’s sound moved away from what it was here and into questionable territory (though I did like “Death Magnetic”). So now I have to put into words what this fine example of metal has meant to me.
24 May 2009, 02:55 by TangellopeName seven bands/artists to play at your dream festival.
- The first act plays 5 songs.
- The second act plays 5 songs.
- The third act plays 7 songs.
- The fourth act plays 7 songs.
- The fifth act plays 10 songs.
- The sixth act plays 10 songs.
- The seventh act plays 14 Songs
First Act : Rage Against the Machine
1. Bulls on Parade
3. Killing in the Name
4. Renegades of Funk
5. Tire Me
Second Act : Pantera
1. Primal Concrete Sledge
4. Cowboys from Hell
5. Cemetary Gates
Third Act : Between the Buried and Me
1. Foam Born (A) The Backtrack
2. (B) The Decade of Statues
3. Informal Gluttony
4. Selkies: The Endless Obsession
6. All Bodies
Fourth Act : Slayer
1. Hell Awaits
2. Angel of Death
3. Criminally Insane
4. Ghosts Of War
6. South Of Heaven
7. Raining Blood
Fifth Act : System of a Down
1. Chop Suey!
30 Apr 2009, 18:15 by Tharky***IMPORTANT NOTE: I have a much more bigger archive now, but I am really too lazy to list all of the good songs in here. So I will no longer continue to add songs in here. Sorry everyone.***
I choose songs from my archive only. But try them if you like melodic songs. I'm doing this because noone did it before (At least I haven't seen them doing). And here you go, the most melodic songs I have...
Latest Changes: (23.04.2011)
• Added more songs from my archive. I hardly get free time to update this journal.
->•Arch Enemy (5)
->•As I Lay Dying (1)
->•Avenged Sevenfold (1 / Added some comments)
->•Blind Guardian (2)
->•Bon Jovi (2)
->•Children Of Bodom (5)
->•Dream Evil (1)
Will continue later...
• Corrected some spelling mistakes.
('"*The Groan of Wind*"')
Here they are :
3 Doors Down
(I know... But still it is melodic.)
Here Without You
6 Feb 2009, 03:02 by partylikesteveSat 31 Jan – Metallica, Machine Head, The Sword
I have seen Metallica play Master of Puppets live. One step closer to being able to die in peace (if I was a Rangers fan in '94 I would already be able to. Too bad I'm not).
This was my first time seeing Metallica, or as James put it, I was a "Metallica Virgin." No longer. They did not disappoint. I was really happy with the concert - the setlist, how they sounded, the effects, the stage, everything. Granted, it probably wasn't the same as seeing them in the 80's or 90's, but at least I finally saw them. But, let's start from the beginning. The Sword went on first, and I enjoyed their set, too. They mostly played songs off of "Gods of the Earth," including "How Heavy This Axe." They wrapped it all up with "Freya," which the crowd seemed to recognize, and in turn gave them a warm reception while they exited. Again, I thought they had a good set, too short for my taste. …