#1
Can anyone recommend me some nice metal/metalcore songs with fun and nice riffs, i can already play: Suffocating under words of sorrow , hand of blood, like light to flies , unholy confessions, laid to rest. So nothing too hard
Would be really appreciated

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#4
Pretty much all of it...
Plus the last 3 songs you posted are in Drop D...

Anyway I better help so I don't get a warning.
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#6
Most COB and KSE are all in drop C

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In Flames, even though that's C-standard
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Bid Farewell by KSE is super easy

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Yer ummm all these bands preety much stay in drop C

Killswitch Engage,
Cancer Bats
Children of bodom
BFMV
Atreyu

But your last three songs are in drop D and I thought SOAD played in D flat as in drop d but down a semitone....
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Yer ummm all these bands preety much stay in drop C

Killswitch Engage,
Cancer Bats
Children of bodom
BFMV
Atreyu

But your last three songs are in drop D and I thought SOAD played in D flat as in drop d but down a semitone....


I'm pretty sure thats for the newer, hyponotize/mezmorize crap.


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In Flames, even though that's C-standard

i must agree, in flames is amazing dropped tuning metal. although, over 99% of their music is in dropped A#.

I cant sugest anything that hasnt already been said. atreyu, and bullet for my valentine. try listening to songs by them you havent heard yet til you find a riff that interests you.
#17
Unholy Confessions isn't drop C. It's drop D.

Hmm.
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they play in B-standard...OT anything by As I Lay Dying (except a few songs on the new album), Killswitch Engage, and when you get better (you could be really good right now I dunno) August Burns Red stuff can be challenging and really help with writing your own stuff.
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i must agree, in flames is amazing dropped tuning metal. although, over 99% of their music is in dropped A#.

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err, no. only the latest three albums are entirely drop-A#, except for a few songs on the earlier ones (Colony, Pinball map, System and a few more)


the best songs are in C-standard
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#20
Atreyu
SOAD
Killswitch Engage
August Burns Red
Children Of Bodom
As I Lay Dying
Disturbed's Indestructible album
Bullet For My Valentine
Not sure about their Genesis album, but I know Emtombment of A Machine by JFAC is Drop C

All these guys have at least some Drop C songs.
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In Flames, even though that's C-standard

sure? most of the tabs and stuff I've seen says drop C, and when they play it also looks alot like drop tunings?

btw, their Reroute to Remain album contains alot of drop C (or C standard) songs, so try playing some of those.... I simply love the track "Cloud Connected"


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sure? most of the tabs and stuff I've seen says drop C, and when they play it also looks alot like drop tunings?

btw, their Reroute to Remain album contains alot of drop C (or C standard) songs, so try playing some of those.... I simply love the track "Cloud Connected"

Yeah, it is C Standard.

You could try the Black Dahlia Murder or the Absence (both play in C standard but you could play those songs in Drop C). The Faceless and Arsis are pretty good too, but I haven't seen to many tabs of those.
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sure? most of the tabs and stuff I've seen says drop C, and when they play it also looks alot like drop tunings?

btw, their Reroute to Remain album contains alot of drop C (or C standard) songs, so try playing some of those.... I simply love the track "Cloud Connected"

totally sure. They play a lot in Drop-A# lately though.

Jotun and Bullet Ride ftw! and Embody the invisible, Satellites and astronauts, Dead Eternity and...

Going to see them on Wednesday btw. totally awesome
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#24
I've heard some Dream Theater in (what I believe to be) Drop C.
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#26
try beautiful mourning - machine head. ( its like one of their only songs that are in C-standard)
hail destroyer - cancer bats
in flames - chaimira
#27
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Pretty much all of it...
Plus the last 3 songs you posted are in Drop D...

Anyway I better help so I don't get a warning.
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Killswitch Engage


As I Lay Dying are in D Standard aren't they?
But, to answer your question,

Children Of Bodom- Are You Dead Yet?
Daath-From The Blind
Arch Enemy-Blood Is On Your Hands
Machine Head-Halo (but you need to play along with the live version)

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I've heard some Dream Theater in (what I believe to be) Drop C.

Nah mate, Dream Theater play 7-strings.

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sure? most of the tabs and stuff I've seen says drop C, and when they play it also looks alot like drop tunings?

btw, their Reroute to Remain album contains alot of drop C (or C standard) songs, so try playing some of those.... I simply love the track "Cloud Connected"


They mainly use Drop A#, but some of their earlier stuff is C Standard.

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#30
Anything by bullet is in C in think....well most of it...also Left Behind By Slipknot has got a pretty shweet riff
#31
Forever by As I Lay Dying is fun to play, as are:

Most things by KsE (My Curse, Self Revolution, Fixation On The Darkness are my favs)
Exit Ten (My Great Rebellion, A Path to Take)
BFMV (End of Days, Waking The Demon, Hand of Blood)
As Blood Runs Black (Intro, In Dying Days)

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