#2
Gojira does, but I don't know if they're quite what you're after.

Also, is this the right forum for this?
#4
Some Mors Principium Est is.
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I believe all Children of Bodom songs before "Are You Dead Yet?" are in D standard.

3 songs off of Hatecrew Deathroll were in Drop C and all of Something Wild is in C# Standard.
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#5
Something wild was in C# standard, and some of the songs from Hate Crew Deathroll was in Drop C. other than those you are right. Did someone mention Kalmah??? ohhhh How can I forget, WINTERSUN!! If I'm correct, Immortal's Sons of Northern Darkness is in D standard tho they not really Melo-Death, but it's still awesome. Riffs from Tyrants are just killers, makes me wanna go punch a baby every time I listen to it.
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#6
Bodom and Gojira are tuned to Drop-C, not D standard
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#7
XDDDDDD ^ Bodom did not play in Drop-C til HCDR sir. Listen to the song Everytime I Die and tell me the notes that they chugging is not a D note.
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#8
There is a lot of D Standard stuff by Death.
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#10
lol most of melo-death is in D-standard
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#11
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Lamb of God is mostly drop-d, if you consider them melo-death..

Nowhere near. I actually have absolutely no facking idea how you thought of them when you heard melodeath.
I love the band but, really? Also, D standard and Drop D are two different things.
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#12
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Nowhere near. I actually have absolutely no facking idea how you thought of them when you heard melodeath.
I love the band but, really? Also, D standard and Drop D are two different things.


Woops, read it wrong, on the other hand, All That Remains is in D and C# standard.