Archive for the ‘Death Metal Bands’ Category

Sepultura – Arise

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From their humble beginnings in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Sepultura went on to become the most successful Brazilian heavy metal band in history. Over a ten-year period, the band grew from strength to strength, transforming itself from a primitive death metal ensemble into one of the leading creative trendsetters of the international aggressive music scene. Unfortunately, a bitter internal crisis almost destroyed the band, and Sepultura struggled to recover their previous momentum. ________________________________________ Obscured by the sun Apocalyptic clash Cities fall in ruin Why must we die? Obliteration of mankind Under a pale grey sky We shall arise… I did nothing, saw nothing Terrorist confrontation Waiting for the end Wartime conspiracy I see the world – old I see the world – dead Victims of war, seeking some salvation Last wish, fatality I’ve no land, I’m from nowhere Ashes to ashes, dust to dust Face the enemy Maniac thoughts Religious intervention Problems remain

Sunspot at Hoeks Death Metal Pizza

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Sunspot at Hoeks Death Metal Pizza
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Ikonoklast † Communion ☠ Industrial Metal

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Video Featuring ♥ Mrs. VENOMOUS Ikonoklast † Communion *Industrial Metal band from the great Phoenix, Arizona. Ikonoklast has devised their own curious blend of music. Everything from EBM to death metal, black metal, punk, industrial, classical, and techno is used and meticulously placed to create a violently melodic palette in which the ravenous vocals scrape over. This is one band that obviously doesn’t mess around when it comes to their music. Every song they have written invites new sounds, ideas, and elements. Iconoclasts indeed. Not only do they smash popular ideas and icons lyrically, but they even break the image of themselves.from the great Phoenix, Arizona. Ikonoklast has devised their own curious blend of music. Everything from EBM to death metal, black metal, punk, industrial, classical, and techno is used and meticulously placed to create a violently melodic palette in which the ravenous vocals scrape over. This is one band that obviously doesn’t mess around when it comes to their music. Every song they have written invites new sounds, ideas, and elements. Iconoclasts indeed. Not only do they smash popular ideas and icons lyrically, but they even break the image of themselves.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Septicflesh: Persepolis [Live][HD]

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Live at Schoolwave 2009 Atmospheric Death Metal band from Athens, Greece. Persepolis from Communion Album Sotiris Vayenas – guitar, vocals Spiros “Seth” Antoniou – vocals, bass Christos Antoniou – guitar, samplers Fotis Benardo – drums
Video Rating: 4 / 5

HammerFall – Imperial

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Song 8 from HammerFall album “Chapter V: Unbent, Unbowed, Unbroken” – Imperial. I decided to upload the entire album, since, quite frankly, I’m bored. HammerFall is a heavy metal and power metal band from Gothenburg, Sweden. The band was formed in 1993 by ex-Ceremonial Oath’s guitarist Oscar Dronjak and Jesper Strömblad from In Flames as just another musical project. HammerFall began when guitarist Oscar Dronjak quit Ceremonial Oath and invited Jesper Strömblad (from In Flames, also formerly a member of Ceremonial Oath) to join him on a new musical project which he had been idealising for some time. Dronjak had already composed the song “Steel Meets Steel”, which was later included on HammerFall’s debut album. They were later joined by aids Niklas Sundin, bassist Johann Larsson and vocalist Mikael Stanne (from Dark Tranquillity). When Niklas Sundin and Johann Larsson left HammerFall the following year, Glenn Ljungström (ex-In Flames) and Fredrik Larsson (the bassist of the former Swedish death metal band Dispatched) replaced them. Both Dronjak and Strömblad took part in other bands at the time: the relatively unsuccessful Crystal Age from Dronjak and the band which to a great extent influenced Swedish melodic death metal, In Flames, from Strömblad. Thus, HammerFall was relegated to being a side project of them both for several years. Their concerts were limited mostly to a local music contest named Rockslaget. The band had few songs of their own and played mostly covers

Sunspot at Hoeks Death Metal Pizza

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Sunspot at Hoeks Death Metal Pizza
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Obituary’s John Tardy Discusses Bands Inception, Future Plans & the Impact of the Internet in Music!

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Legendary Florida Death Metal goliaths Obituary recently opened a can of whoop ass at Santos Party House in New York City, as part of their East Coast Possession tour. The entire show was streamed via UNAtion, which is an event-driven platform that will fundamentally change the way corporations, organizations and individuals interact with one another. The band is currently composing the follow-up to their “Darkest Day” full-length, released in 2009 with plans to enter the studio early in the new year for a tentative late spring/early summer 2012 release. Not even 10 minutes after Obituary stepped off stage, we captured Obituary’s vocalist/co-founder John Tardy and conducted the following interview. During the interview we discussed the bands inception, their upcoming plans, and how the internet has affected Obituary. Crank it up to 11, but make sure to warn your neighbors!
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Equilibrium – Ruf In Den Wind.

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Band: Equilibrium Album: Sagas Released: 27 Jun 2008 Song: Ruf In Den Wind Style: Folk/Viking Metal Country: Germany
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Death Metal vocals tutorial – Growls and Screams

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One of my bands :] adf.ly It’s hard to explain, so bear with me. It’s not rocket science, so I think you can figure it out. ;] If you learn from me, I’d like to hear your progress! Post a video response when you can of you doing your newly learned Death Metal vocals! 😀 Check out the Cannibal Corpse tribute band I’m in, and be sure to subscribe! 😀 www.youtube.com Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com *Some clarifications* Drink water while you’re learning AND while you’re doing vocals, even if you are a pro at them. DRINK WATER. Even if you’re doing it right, it’s going to hurt for a while until you build up a tolerance to the pain. Don’t think you’re doing it wrong because it hurts a little.

Top 15 Death Metal 40th

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Here is my 40th Top 15 of Death Metal Bands ! Disease Illusion: One Last Breath Dyscarnate: A Drone In The Hive Mors Subita: Human Waste Compressor Mudpusher: Free Yourself Muldjord: World of Worms Pleurisy: Bleed To Breath Shadow Child: Caliph Soul Demise: Nature’s Bullheads The Rotted: The Hammer of Witches Uncreation: Sun of Ice Vengeful: Delirium Kataklysm: Determined (Vows of Vengeance) Awakening Sun: Under Control Vomit The Hate: As Loneliness Devours Under The Grave: My Last Memory Thank you for Watching ! Subscribe !
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