Lolicat;2231745 said:DO WANT: Something that fuses intelligent (King Kamonzi, Afriika Bambaata, Public Enemy, ATCQ) hip hop with hardcore punk.
Hungryfreak;2231177 said:What could be so inconsistent about the albums? Just wondering, since I try to avoid compilations if I can.And if indeed I should go for a compilation, anyone in particular?
MdrnDayWarrior;2234204 said:What would be a good starting point for Genesis?
wrldindstries302;2234487 said:P.O.S. is hip hop with a clear punk influence. I also sort of hear a punk influence in Saul Williams and El-P music, but they lead much more towards hip hop.
Ultimatum;2234536 said:Uh, no, not really.And Hardcore Punk is A LOT different from Punk.
ZosoBaron;2235210 said:Call me crazy, but I need a good starting point for the Misfits. Any recommendations in particular?
FourstringOrion;2235585 said:Hey, I was wondering if anyone here knows of a band that has a kind of Thrash sound but without the singing about.. "Questionable" things lol ya know, no Satan stuff. Besides the obvious ones like, Metallica and Megadeth.
Runesmith;2234182 said:I find that a lot of their songs are a tad...well, aimless and dated. The songwriting isn't exactly the best, either, but this is just me. They're better songs are amazing, though.I'd probably recommend getting this (http://www.amazon.com/New-Hope-Wretched-Metal-Priestess/dp/B00005ALHY/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1239233373&sr=1-4) or one of their live DVDs/albums first.
supernova1324;2235710 said:To think that most thrash bands sing about satan is stupid to begin with.
Hungryfreak;2235732 said:Guess I'll check that out, then, thank you.
Runesmith;2235752 said:I honestly can't think of a single thrash band that has any satanic lyrics.
No problem. Let me know if you enjoy it!
Hungryfreak;2235758 said:Slayer? Venom? Those are the two that come to mind.Will do!
supernova1324;2235771 said:But Slayer isn't made of Satanists and they don't worship him. In fact, most if not all of them I believe are Catholic.
Hungryfreak;2235758 said:Slayer? Venom? Those are the two that come to mind.
Ultimatum;2235905 said:Slayer is more anti-Christianity than Satanist, Araya said that his lyrics are more for point out the flaws in Christianity than being outwardly Satanic.
Hungryfreak;2235908 said:In fact, I don't know any that are actually Satanic, unless you count Mercyful Fate's stuff on Don't Break The Oath as thrash.
supernova1324;2235913 said:So like the Bill Maher of music?
afterstasis;2235941 said:aura noir, onslaught, sabbat, and abigail come to mind.
Hungryfreak;2236035 said:For Melvins, I would actually suggest Houdini, but I can get behind Gluey Porch Treatments as well.For NOFX, Punk In Drublic. Can't say I'm fan enough of Anti-Flag to hand out recommendations.
thedaniel;2234617 said:Body Count.