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Just start with the melodic death metal stuff. It's easier to get into vocally and will help you work up to the more intense death metal vocals. That's the path most people have taken in my experience.
It's not death metal with a handful of thrash riffs, instead it is an even distribution of death and thrash, death/thrash, if you will. It's like, uhh, thrash played in a death metal manner, or whatever
thrash riffs in death metal songs
People bitching about how some Thrash bands aren't original at all (Which I agree to a certain extent), but nowadays, in order to be original, you have to make a whole new genre and be innovator of it in order to interest people who crave originality over just listening to the damn music and enjoying it. Then the result being music that sounds like shit.
So since you don't see Thrash lasting very long, what do you think the new Metal genre will be? Whatever it may be, it will eventually die while Thrash will still be going. It happened with Grunge, It happened with Nu-metal (Which inspired Thrash to revive), and it's happening with Metalcore and Deathcore. There is a reason why it's still going and all these other subgenre's keep coming and going.
It happened with Nu-metal (Which inspired Thrash to revive),
its slowing down due to the dilution of everything good by bands who dont have any inspiration for doing something ORIGINAL...
new "amazing" bands are always springing up with either a new 'genre' or just claiming to be the new best thing when its really all just re-hashed metal riffs from the last decade or 2... what's worst it the fans (or should i say- people who've been told to be fans) of these bands they don't seem to have the cognitive capacity to realise if someone else has done it, at least 1000 other bands have also done it before, and better!!
I'll just leave this here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlxBhWYApCs
(madmax) Well it's pretty much the only Subgenre that has lasted for more than 30 years while all the other FAD's went away into oblivion. That you have to admit is pretty impressive. Not to mention that bands that were apart of the scene back in the 80's are still kicking along with a lot of new bands at their sides. Granted, some new Thrash bands are really good, and then some are pretty bad but other than that, I'd say it's far from dead and it will continue to keep going as long as we have people like me who still support it when everyone else has given up on it.
There is some good death and black metal coming out recently too...
Anyway gents, I'd like some more death metal in the vein of Funebrarum, if anyone could be so kind
Yeah I've seen that episode. Pretty good. Steve's a legend.
The Burzum joke is pretty good, but I didn't really like how they all kind of viewed Steve as an outsider and metal as a kind of 'fringe' movement or something.
You are trying WAY to hard to fit in around here.
This is one of the stupidest things I've ever read. I'm a poser because I have shirts for bands I don't physically own albums for? Riiiiiight.
Take a band like Kerasphorus. The only copies I can find of either of their releases are vinyl only. I don't have a turntable. Am I poser because I spent my money on a shirt, instead of a physical copy I can't listen to?
They can listen to your album without buying the CD, though. They can download, either legally or illegally, or they can stream it from Spotify or Grooveshark or something.
If I were in a band, I wouldn't complain if people were buying shirts instead of CDs. If they're enjoying my music and supporting me, I'm happy.
How old are you?