#1
Does anybody know what the beats per minute approximately are when above a piece of music is respectively:

Driving Rock
Heavy Rock
Fast Rock

Thanks, maybe it's a disruptive question, sorry for my bet anglich
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#2
Those are more feels, and don't have a "set in stone" rules.

A driving beat is ussualy uptempo around 130 140 bpm. Heavy rock = nothing really. IT's basically heavier rock lol?

Fast rock is also nothing really. Fast rock could be either punk or oldskool metal or w/e that sounds fast.

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#3
To me, 'driving rock' sounds like something that's moving quickly, but not speeding, like a truck. I'd say it's Allegro-ish (110-140). Fast rock is the worst term ever, it's so broad it's sickening. Heavy rock isn't even a tempo in my book. Heavy can be slow, heavy can be fast, there is no general tempo.
#4
Ye I'd like too add that "driving rock" is more about the feel. Good example is ZZ top. They are basically driving rock, and it'd defined by cool bluesy/pentatonic stuff which just makes u wanna ride.

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