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Staind: How about you

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Some of Sarah’s friends are WAY too good at the singing part of Rock Band… I think some of them have a secret karaoke life they are not telling us about.

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Some of Sarah’s friends are WAY too good at the singing part of Rock Band… I think some of them have a secret karaoke life they are not telling us about.
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Shot at a party with some of Sarah’s friends. I really like the look you get from shooting at or below the model’s eye level. I just wish I were not so much taller than everyone else. Kind of hard to stop the action and get down on one knee while roaming the hall at some place like Comic-Con.

DIO – As Long As It’s Not About Love (2000 New York)

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Irving Plaza, New York
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What the Melodic Death Metal Is About?

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The Death Metal musical genre was the starting point of what is now often known as Melodeath or Melodic Death Metal. It is a combination of new wave heavy metal genre introduced by British invasion and death metal. This started off as an underground movement in Gothenburg, Sweden early within the 1990s and have become increasingly prevalent through the years until today.

At first the sound combined the harsh style which was commonly within heavy metal with harsh guitars and violent lyrics. Through the years, the gradual inclusion of keyboards played with all the guitar and vocal solos saw an evolution for the movement. After some time, the acoustic guitar was included to the playing by some newer bands. Soon, many bands were born out of the movement that started out as popular bands in central Europe but in time whose popularity spread out to the rest of Europe such as bands Dark Tranquility, At the Gates, In Flames and Grotesque (which actually started in the 1980s) that eventually split up to create two very popular bands called At the Gates and Liers in Wait. The melodic sub-genre accepted band Dark Tranquility has become known to be the longest running melodic death metal band and the pioneer to the all the rage movement today.

By the late 1990s, many bands started changing the style and made the music more melodic. The lyrics of style became increasingly different from those of heavy metal lyrics. No longer did they focus on gore, violence, horror or blood topics in their lyrics. There was no longer just screaming and pounding on the stage, the lead singers actually sang to the music. More guitar riffs were included, the keyboard became more prominent and also the choruses were introduced which greatly changed the whole style and made it different from heavy metal.

In the long run, newer bands like Lost Eden, Deadlock and Blood Stain started introducing techno beat and trance beats to a music they played. This became referred to as the trance metal style. Maybe the Scandinavians were the first to introduce to the world the sound of melodic death metal but its movement soon became more and more accepted to the rest of the world. Bands like Universum can now be heard and seen coming from Australia where they have managed to mix the musical essentials made trendy from the bands trendy in America and in Europe.

Visit metal.com for the latest heavy metal news, metal tour dates, album releases and videos. Stay Metal!

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DJ Rhettmatic talks about Asian Americans and Hip Hop

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HardKnock.TV takes you Behind the Scenes into the Beat Junkies studio while Rhettmatic and Buff1 work on their new collaborative album; self titled “Crown Royale”. In this segment DJ Rhettmatic talks about coming up in Hip Hop as an Asia American. Rhett says that he thinks Filipinos and Asians in general are starting to get their just due in Hip Hop. Rhett remembers that coming up he was hated on by some Filipinos who called him a fligger and asked him if he wanted to be black. At the same time he got hated on from the hip hop community until he showed and proved that he belong. Rhett goes on to say that people try to call him an Asian American Hip Hop artists but that he rather think of himself as a Hip Hop artists that happens to be Asian American. Rhett goes on to talk about some of the Asian Americans doing big things in Hip Hop like Ill Mind, Chad Hugo, DJ Q-Bert, Jabbawockeez and more. Crown Royale album is in stores now! Interview by Mark Anthony Jenkins and Nick Huff Barili.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Albums Produced By Scott Hendricks, including: It Matters To Me, Here In The Real World, Don’t Rock The Jukebox, Brand New Man, Hard Workin’ Man, … Strong, Songs About Me, Give Me Some Wheels

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AC/DC – For Those About To Rock Live Version (Donnington 91) The Best quality

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AC/DC ยป For Those About To Rock Lyrics : Oh Yeah, yeah We’re roll tonight To the guitar bite Yeah, yeah, oh Stand up and be counted For what you are about to receive We are the dealers We’ll give you everything you need Hail hail to the good times ‘Cause rock has got the right of way We ain’t no legend, ain’t no cause We’re just livin’ for today For those about to rock, we salute you For those about to rock, we salute you We rock at dawn on the front line Like a bolt right out of the blue The sky’s alight with the guitar bite Heads will roll and rock tonight For those about to rock, we salute you For those about to rock, we salute you For those about to rock, we salute you Yes we do For those about to rock, we salute you Oooh, salute! Oooh, ooooh yeah We’re just a battery for hire with a guitar fire Ready and aimed at you Pick up your balls and load up your cannon For a twenty-one gun salute For those about to rock – fire We salute you For those about to rock, we salute you Those about to rock – fire We salute you Fire We salute you We salute you Come on, whooa For those about to rock, we salute you (x4) Shoot, shoot (x2) For those who give For those who take For those left high And those on the make We salute you Yeah (Ain’t gonna get tired, won’t take a break, we salute you.) We salute you (x3) Fire
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Mad About Wagner

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What the Melodic Death Metal Is About?

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The Death Metal musical genre was the starting point of what is now often known as Melodeath or Melodic Death Metal. It is a combination of new wave heavy metal genre introduced by British invasion and death metal. This started off as an underground movement in Gothenburg, Sweden early within the 1990s and have become increasingly prevalent through the years until today.

At first the sound combined the harsh style which was commonly within heavy metal with harsh guitars and violent lyrics. Through the years, the gradual inclusion of keyboards played with all the guitar and vocal solos saw an evolution for the movement. After some time, the acoustic guitar was included to the playing by some newer bands. Soon, many bands were born out of the movement that started out as popular bands in central Europe but in time whose popularity spread out to the rest of Europe such as bands Dark Tranquility, At the Gates, In Flames and Grotesque (which actually started in the 1980s) that eventually split up to create two very popular bands called At the Gates and Liers in Wait. The melodic sub-genre accepted band Dark Tranquility has become known to be the longest running melodic death metal band and the pioneer to the all the rage movement today.

By the late 1990s, many bands started changing the style and made the music more melodic. The lyrics of style became increasingly different from those of heavy metal lyrics. No longer did they focus on gore, violence, horror or blood topics in their lyrics. There was no longer just screaming and pounding on the stage, the lead singers actually sang to the music. More guitar riffs were included, the keyboard became more prominent and also the choruses were introduced which greatly changed the whole style and made it different from heavy metal.

In the long run, newer bands like Lost Eden, Deadlock and Blood Stain started introducing techno beat and trance beats to a music they played. This became referred to as the trance metal style. Maybe the Scandinavians were the first to introduce to the world the sound of melodic death metal but its movement soon became more and more accepted to the rest of the world. Bands like Universum can now be heard and seen coming from Australia where they have managed to mix the musical essentials made trendy from the bands trendy in America and in Europe.

Visit metal.com for the latest heavy metal news, metal tour dates, album releases and videos. Stay Metal!

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Justice for All: The Truth about Metallica

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