Bigfooty General Metal Thread Mk.VII

jooce8891

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Nice! I found them probably a year ago after a band i like on Facebook posted a reaction to one of their own songs. I think it was NeO but i cant remember for certain :think: They are pretty entertaining and its good that they back up the whole 'free thinkers' mentality that they spruik. As i mentioned, i think its pretty cool to watch their progression. I particularly enjoyed the first time they reacted to Gojira (they chose 'Stranded')
yeah they actually got me into gojira, infact the band you're thinking of is probably gojira, i know that they have promoted lost in vegas' reaction to the first song they reacted to on facebook, i think the song was The Heaviest Matter of The Universe
 

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SydneyBomber

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Not much YouTube content id rather watch less than song reaction videos. Or reaction videos generally.
Rick Beato 'what makes this song great' series is well, great.
Pretty mainstream taste overall (really enjoyed his breakdown of some AIC tracks), but his musical theory and production knowlledge is amazing
 

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James Colorado

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First impression is positive; I like it, but it's probably not going to be considered a classic going forward. Not really black metal, blackened traditional metal, perhaps?
 

deathevocation

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First impression is positive; I like it, but it's probably not going to be considered a classic going forward. Not really black metal, blackened traditional metal, perhaps?
Got some nice riffs and solos from what I have heard in the two or three spins I've given it. Definitely heavy metal with a little black metal infused. Also has probably the gayest photo I have seen in some time in the middle of the booklet. With the evolution of his music I don't know why he doesn't ditch all the campiness and do Motorhead style photo shoots.
 
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