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What are you listening to, heavy metal version ?

Mr. Gregory

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While I was listening to Evanescence's remastered Fallen album the other day, I stumbled across this charming video of David Draiman stopping to comfort a young girl at a Disturbed concert who got scared. :giggle:


Naturally, I then had to start listening to some Disturbed. I bought a few of their albums when I was first getting into metal, and I liked them in small doses, but I just never fully got into them like that for whatever reason. I don't know why.

I listened to Ten Thousand Fists the other day, which was the first of their albums that I tried listening to back in the day, and man, I can't stop. Between these guys and Evanescence, I feel like I'm back in high school/just starting college again. Obviously I remember some of these songs, the ones that were more popular, but others are brand new to me. I like pretty much everything I've heard so far. (y)

Just Stop


Deify

 

Mr. Gregory

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I'm not a big metalcore guy, but I've always liked Affiance. Their Blackout album, which came out back in 2014, is my favorite of theirs. I listened to it again tonight for the first time in a long time. I had forgotten how good it is. These guys are so talented. There are no weak links. The vocalist, Dennis Tvrdik, has incredible range.


 

Mr. Gregory

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In This Moment's Beautiful Tragedy album has spent a decent amount of time in my rotation lately. It's just one of those albums, like Leaves' Eyes' Sign of the Dragonhead, that I tend to listen to all the way through whenever I put it on.

Sure, Maria may have improved as a vocalist over time, the band may have gotten better at playing their instruments, and I've liked other albums they've made since then, but man, I can just feel the heart and passion that went into that album, and I love it for that. It'll probably always be my #1 favorite of theirs.

Daddy's Falling Angel


He Said Eternity