#1
I was watching this show on MTV a while back, where a Black/Death Metal band had to live in the same house as group of pop-divas, and the idea was for them to create a song together blending their completely different styles; something like Death Pop.

What are some styles you'd like to see mixed together?
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#3
Melodic polka grind and technical avant-garde neofolk pirate fusion(core).
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#4
I can't remember the name of the show but is really funny.

A boy band hand to work with crossdressing avante-garde/theater group and it was absolutely hilarious
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#5
black metal and christian pop/rock
basically the second the band started playing the universe would implode
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#6
Prog/Death/Black/Folk Metal = Opeth
Folk/Polka/Black Metal = Finntroll
Folk/Power/Heavy Metal = Ensiferum
Symphonic/Prog/Power Metal = Symphony X
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although i would personally never listen to it, emo-country or screamo-country would be hiliarious


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#10
Death pop kind of already exists. Not sure it can get that exact title, but yeahhh.
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I think technical tribal deathdisco jazz breakbeat horror metal would be pretty cool.
#13
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death funk

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black metal and christian pop/rock
basically the second the band started playing the universe would implode


underoath?
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Brutal Disco Metal with Porn Groove influences.

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#17
Slam death metal and gangsta rap.


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country rap
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#20
im gonna write a death funk song
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#21
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underoath?


Nah... Black metal is all about anti-religion and stuff. Death metal is the term I believe you're after... And even then, it's not a genre I'd tag Underoath with... I don't even listen to them anyway.

A lot of the genres mentioned so far, I've never heard of them before.
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#23
Mixing the old with the new, the organic with the electronic, the clean with the dirty, and the musicianship with the production. Which is why Classical Industrial is the best genre, and will continue to be.
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#24
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underoath?


You seriously didn't just call UnderOath black metal did you?

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Nah... Black metal is all about anti-religion and stuff.


No it's not anti-religon. It's pro paganism, which in turn makes them anti-christian, not at all anti-religion
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#25
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underoath?


i wouldnt call them black metal..

folk-core would be pretty cool

my friend and i were talking about the ultimate genre of music, we ended up with electronic-prog-folk-acoustic-death-metal core.. or something like that
#26
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Emilie Autumn fanboy?

Contrast is what makes music great.

And also, death funk kind of already exists.
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Emilie Autumn fanboy?

Contrast is what makes music great.

And also, death funk kind of already exists.


Yeah, mate. Saw her on Thursday, met her too.
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