MronoC;2240359 said:Maybe it's just me, but it sounds more like a post-Black-Album-era Metallica rip-off than an Iron Maiden rip-off.
a21schizoidman;2240380 said:Whitesnake isn't hair metal outside Slip of the Tongue and Whitesnake (87) IMO
a21schizoidman;2240354 said:how much Whitesnake have you heard?EDIT: how is this hair metal?
UneasyMonkey;2240497 said:Wow, I had never heard that song before. It's pretty freakin awesome. It sounds more like Deep Purple than an 80s glam band
a21schizoidman;2240502 said:i'd hope so, considering the membership...
Runesmith;2240212 said:I don't consider the Scorpions hair metal, either. They were a bonafide heavy metal band, and very few of their songs were about typical hair metal subjects.
instantdeath999;2240381 said:The opening riff is actually directly ripped from a Maiden song, if I'm not mistaken.Lyrically, it sounds like the writer had been listening to a lot of Enter Sandman.
Zeleii;2240527 said:Intro riff is ripped off from Maiden's "Wasted Years"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SwB9zg7Tbx8Check it
UneasyMonkey;2240530 said:Holy crap I didn't know Jon Lord was in Whitesnake...I need to check out more of their earlier stuff.
Fizzeler;2240521 said:I see what you did there
Fizzeler;2240560 said:I think he meant this guy
Zeleii;2240621 said:After listening to both Good Apollo I'm Burning Star IV albums I've come to the conclusion...Coheed outside of the albums pale in comparison to Coheed albums as a whole, seriously... I thoroughly enjoyed every song together in these past 2 hours.
Fizzeler;2240629 said:I agree it works that way with Ayreon as well considering all of Ayreon's and Coheed's album both tell stories and all albums are interrelated I forget the book Coheed's albums are based off of though
UneasyMonkey;2240162 said:I completely agree. The bassist and guitarist are getting better, though. There are some standout items on Day and Age
Zeleii;2240527 said:RO : Bullet for my Valentine has actually improved from their previous material.
supernova1324;2241581 said:Has he learned to count yet? And I see that your post count was snubbed...
Zeleii;2241638 said:Not snubbed but Apples thought it would be a good idea to delete a thread...It cut off about 3000 posts...Oh well... at least it's not near as bad as Bood_boy....He had 8108 posts.... he had 8 this morning /slowclap
supernova1324;2241684 said:What thread?
Zeleii;2241697 said:WAYDRN both 1 and 2 :OIt's pretty sad when you contribute nothing more to the community other than spam (Bood's post count it was all in WAYDRN)
supernova1324;2241720 said:Why would he do that just to make a 3rd one?
Rockbandfan23467;2241732 said:Apples is now officially an *******.
Hungryfreak;2241888 said:Back from the concert. Amazing show through and through. Unfortunately, Epicurean wasn't there (though their drummer filled in for Warbringer's since theirs had a broken arm), so Warbringer started. Like the first time I saw them with Finntroll, they were amazing live. Belphagor was also a blast to see. Exodus and Kreator obviously stole the night, though.Gary Holt was a beast, going through so many long solos. Of course hearing to Exodus play "Bonded By Blood" is an epic experience as well as most of their other songs. And honestly, how can you stay out of the pit when you can learn "A Lesson In Violence" from the masters themselves?Kreator didn't live up to their name. They didn't kreate, they destroyed the place. Definitely the best set of the night, their set was probably twice the size of Exodus's and they played through it amazingly. They played a great combination of new and old from "Pleasure To Kill" up to "Enemy Of God" and stuff off their new album as well. To quit headbanging was not an option.Truly an awesome, energetic night.