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Posted: 21st Oct 2007 18:15 Edited at: 21st Oct 2007 19:28
OK, I want you to post here links to sites/youtube videos/myspace of a band from your country. It doesn't have to be a well-known band, but if you find them good enough post it here...

Sweet Noise - alternative/metal/hardcore
-Website: http://sweetnoise.org
-MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/sweetnoise

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Posted: 21st Oct 2007 19:26 Edited at: 21st Oct 2007 20:00
Gorgoroth - Black metal
Not a very known band, only non-live song i found from them on youtube that was worthy to post here, is "Devil", but it's featured as a background song for a Dragon Ball Z AMV. It's my favorite song by the band though.

Devil

Susperia - extreme metal
I don't listen to these guys that much, but they have a couple of good tunes.
Home sweet hell
Chemistry

A-ha (Don't mock me!) - pop rock
Everyone know this one. Take On Me
Forever not yours

Dimmu Borgir - Death/extreme Metal
Puritania <--favorite song, get's my head rotating on it's pivot. (local z coordinate).
Progenies of the great apocalypse <--not really suitable for younglings. This song makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside, maybe i'm a sick person, but i rather enjoy everything apocalyptic.

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Posted: 21st Oct 2007 19:38 Edited at: 23rd Oct 2007 00:34
Sikth - Experimental progressive dischordant metal
Website: http://www.sikth.com
Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/sikth

The Comanche Cipher - Hardcore/Progressive/Metal
Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/thecomanchecipher

Ella - Progressive/alternative dischordant metal
Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/ella

Enter Shikari - Emo/Trance/Rock (a bit of a weird combination, but it works. Lighter than Still Remains but heavier than Spectrum 7)
Website: http://www.entershikari.com
Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/entershikari

Devil Sold His Soul - Progressive, relaxing dischordant metal
Website: http://www.devilsoldhissoul.com
Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/devilsoldhissoul

Hadouken - New rave/grime
Website: http://www.hadouken.co.uk
Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/hadoukenuk

The Klaxons - New rave
Website: http://www.klaxons.net
Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/klaxons


That'll do for the moment, but there are so many other great british bands.


EDIT: @Grandma: I like A-Ha, but Gorgoroth and Dimmu Borgir? They're ok, but there've got to be better bands... They're hardly amazing...

EDIT 2: I thought it would be too hard to explain what they played in a way which would be accurate. But I added it in now.

Also

Spectrum 7 - light, melodic rock-trance hybrid.
Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/spectrum7

EDIT 3:
Gallows - dischordant punk
Website: http://www.gallows.co.uk
Myspace http://www.myspace.com/gallows

Test Icicles: Now sadly defunct dischordant rock band
Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/testicicles

Bring Me The Horizon: Deathcore/Metalcore/Melodic Death Metal
Website: http://www.bringmethehorizon.co.uk
Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/bmth

Chronicles Of Adam West: Dischordant noise. Good live though
Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/coaw


EDIT 4:
[prototype] - Techno-y electronic stuff
Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/prot0type


EDIT 5:
Death Through Deceit - Metalcore/Dischordant
Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/deaththroughdeceit

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Posted: 21st Oct 2007 19:44
THX, but please post what music they are playing:
Quote: "Sweet Noise - alternative/metal/hardcore"


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Posted: 21st Oct 2007 22:43
Lol my band played at the London Astoria with Enter Shikari just before they made it big

DaZ
www.myspace.com/exus

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Posted: 22nd Oct 2007 16:34 Edited at: 22nd Oct 2007 16:36
I work with these guys, they're called suffer syndrome, well I work with the singer. They're all cool guys and they draw a pretty nice crowd when they play.

http://www.myspace.com/suffersyndrome

They landed a show with a well-known band here which is great, they're getting pretty popular now.

Dr. Mannete- OMG It's Zombie's voice, it's so Suave!

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Posted: 23rd Oct 2007 02:33
Grandma, I hate you, your country has kickarse bands.

Well there are some obvious bands from England...so no point mentioning them.

So I'll hookup to my MySpace and link you to some 'less' known stuff.

My Room Mate's Band from Birmingham, UK - The Part Time Punks (they're thinking of a new name) - he's the lead singer:
http://www.myspace.com/theparttimepunks
Style: Old Skool Punk

Uh, Pink Punk is Brian 'Yap' Barry's new work - he was ex-frontman/singer for One Minute Silence before they split up. This stuff is really DJing mixed with Political and philosophical slam poetry:
http://www.myspace.com/pinkpunx

I'd post a link to My old Philosophy teacher's myspace as he does a bit of DJing, but I don't have it.



And that's it for now...I guess I could name other cool band we all know...Like

Iron Maiden
Black Sabbath
Led Zepplin
Rolling Stones
Sex Pistols
The Clash
Eric Clapton
Gary Moore
Cream

Am I rubbing it in to anyone who isn't from England yet?

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Posted: 23rd Oct 2007 03:44
Quote: "Gary Moore"

...is from Northern Ireland, not England.

A great British band is Incognito.

Tempest (DBP/DBCe)
Multisync V1 (DBP/DBCe)
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Posted: 23rd Oct 2007 04:34 Edited at: 23rd Oct 2007 04:35
Whitesnake- hard rock

They don't have a site!

Foreigner- rock and roll
[href]www.foreigner.com[/href]

New Website! Check it out!
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Posted: 23rd Oct 2007 09:32
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QADrAXVaqSA -- Safri Duo - Samb Adagio - Danish techno

I wasn't born in Denmark, but that's my ethnic origin.

I was born in Canada but there's too many bands from here to name.

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Posted: 23rd Oct 2007 10:22 Edited at: 23rd Oct 2007 10:27
Double post, I know----

Great songs by Canadian artists:

Guess Who - American Woman - Fun fact: The guy on guitar (Randy Bachman) used to live on the same street as me, and I found a guitar pick on his lawn when I delivered the newspaper to his door one Saturday. I was very happy

The Tragically Hip - Bobcaygeon

Serena Ryder - Good Morning Starshine - Great new Canadian artist doing a cover of an old Canadian song -- I just love her voice

Gordon Lightfoot - If You Could Read My Mind - Canadian legend--- he's written so many classic songs

Neil Young - Heart of Gold

Neil Young - Old Man

Sarah McLachlan - Angel

Burton Cummings - I'm Scared

Barenaked Ladies - Jane

Weird Al - Canadian Idiot - Weird Al is not Canadian, but his song (a parody of American Idiot by Green Day) is hilarious

I'm sure there's more songs I'll remember as the days go by.

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Posted: 23rd Oct 2007 11:47
Cool. Seppuku I was quite surprised by your choices, considering the Opeth logo in your name. Not much heavy stuff...

http://jamesmason01.googlepages.com/index.htm
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Posted: 23rd Oct 2007 16:11
Quote: "Quote: "Gary Moore"
...is from Northern Ireland, not England."


He's from the United Kingdom, so he counts! Well at least in my book he would. I know I said 'am I rubbing it in for anyone who isn't from England' but ignore that bit, you don't need to be jealous of Gary Moore, I mean not many people will be jealous of an Irishman.

Quote: "Cool. Seppuku I was quite surprised by your choices, considering the Opeth logo in your name. Not much heavy stuff..."


Hehe, I like a quite large variation of music - metal maybe what I am most into (Mostly the Norwegian and Swedish stuff) but my heart does lay in other quality music - I also will listen to Blues, Rock, Indie, Classical, Opera, Japanese, Rock and Roll, electro/techno, Industrial and even Rap, when it comes to Jazz I'm open minded, but I don't like most of it.

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Posted: 23rd Oct 2007 16:31 Edited at: 23rd Oct 2007 16:35
I'm mostly just a metal lad. A fair bit of rap, lots of drum'n'bass, maybe some darkcore techno or a bit of blues-rock, indie and new rave are pretty good, industrial has it's moments (especially combichrist) as do Classical (Rachmaninov was a genius) and I quite like some jazzy chord progressions (although I generally find entire jazz songs a bit boring). I'm not really familiar with Japanese music though... perhaps you could educate me.

My post keeps growing as I think of more bands and feel foolish for having left them out. There are loads of good bands around at the moment.


EDIT: haha I was just listening to that second Dimmu Borgir song, thinking "they're bet than I gave them credit for, but the reverb is annoying" Then I realised that I had 2 windows open playing a fraction of a second apart.

I still don't like his main voice. If he had that low death metal thing the whole way through it would be better, but his voice is too black metal for me.

Video's great though

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Quote: "but his voice is too black metal for me.
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That's because the style of music they play is called 'Norwegian Black Metal'...why the Norwegian in front, I don't know...perhaps it's Black Metal but better...

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Posted: 23rd Oct 2007 22:32 Edited at: 23rd Oct 2007 22:34
There's Safri Duo, but Jeku already mentioned them. Another very nice (rock)band is Nephew. Their texts are mostly in Danish, but you should be able to appreciate the music anyway :

Timbaland feat. Keri Hilson - The Way I Are (Nephew Remix) - http://youtube.com/watch?v=CRJiRxCnDSY


I don't really like this track that much, but it's a remix of a track many of you might know.


Nephew - Bazooka(Live) - http://youtube.com/watch?v=Xw67XqOc75k


It's hard to pick the best of Nephew, because it's all good! This is a live performance of Bazooka. Well, I like it... I don't know what more to say. Check out some of their other songs on youtube, you might end up liking the stuff


Another great, rather new band is Volbeat(a Danish metal band). Their most popular track is probably

The Gardens Tale - http://youtube.com/watch?v=eclMypNggQQ


The lyrics are a mix of Danish and English, but their other tracks are in English.

And then there is Anders Trentemøller(electronica):

Moan(Radio Remix, more fast paced than the original) - http://youtube.com/watch?v=6G5UGybYN-E


Evil Dub - http://youtube.com/watch?v=97fuFZbVVnw


Evil Dub resembles his other tracks better than the Moan Radio Remix. I personally find it very relaxing to listing too.


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Posted: 24th Oct 2007 02:06
Quote: "Grandma, I hate you, your country has kickarse bands."


Well i hate you too. Iron Maiden was my favorite band (still ranks high) trough my early years, and if your reason to hate someone can be based on awesomeness of bands originating from country of origin then i hate you very much.

Quote: "I still don't like his main voice. If he had that low death metal thing the whole way through it would be better, but his voice is too black metal for me."


You'll get used to it.

Oh and i like Røyksopp(again don't mock, it's kinda nice music albeit sligtly out of caracter )
What else is there

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Posted: 24th Oct 2007 03:35 Edited at: 24th Oct 2007 03:36
To add to Jeku's list o' Canadian Bands:
(I am Canadian, although not currently living in Canada)

Rush - Progressive Rock
YYZ

3 Inches of Blood - Power Metal
Deadly Sinners

Into Eternity - Melodic Death Metal
Timeless Winter

Evans Blue - Post-Grunge/Hard Rock/Alt. Rock/Alt. Metal
Cold (But I'm Still Here)

Threat Signal - Melodic Death Metal
Counterbalance

And to name some American bands, since I'm also American...

Iced Earth - Power Metal/Thrash Metal
The Reckoning (Don't Tread on Me)

Symphony X - Progressive Metal/Symphonic Power Metal
Seven

Kamelot - Symphonic Power Metal
Ghost Opera

Daath - Death Metal
Subterfuge

Killswitch Engage - Melodic Metalcore
My Curse (Album Version)
Holy Diver (Cover)

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Posted: 24th Oct 2007 04:16
Quote: "Rush - Progressive Rock
YYZ"


That is insane!

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Most of the bands that I'm in or are from around here...

Well, you guys would say that it isn't music. So never mind. lol

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Quote: "Oh and i like Røyksopp"


I'd completely forgotten they existed! I used to love Poor Leno! (that is them right?)

@Code Ninja: Kind of cheating don't you think, surely if you live in America you have enough awesome bands to mention

I saw Killswitch a few weeks ago. Amazing band live. There was such a fun wall of death for Rose Of Sharyn and I started a big old circle pit for Still Beats Your Name.

Why didn't you mention The Bled, The Black Dahlia Murder, Buried Inside, Death Cab For Cutie, Finch, Into The Moat, Ludacris, DMX, Obie Trice, Eminem, Norma Jean, Psyopus, Scary Kids Scaring Kids, The Acacia Strain, Prostitute Disfigurement, The Devil Wears Prada.... there are so many better American bands than Daath, Symphony X or Kamelot (although I've liked all of them in the past).


@Inspire: Try us.

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Posted: 24th Oct 2007 17:27
Quote: "I'd completely forgotten they existed! I used to love Poor Leno! (that is them right?)"


Yeah, i just re-discovered that song myself.

.....poor Leno.

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I come from the country with great bands such as Westlife, Boyzone and U2. Kill me now

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Posted: 24th Oct 2007 21:25 Edited at: 24th Oct 2007 21:27
Lots from England, but there are two from my town:
Carved from Violence,
Site:http://geocities.com/carvedfromviolence/index.html
Youtube:http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=qGQviuAjub8

Sanctorum,
Site:http://www.sanctorum.co.uk/
Youtube:http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=OQUkgnRm0pY

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Posted: 24th Oct 2007 23:01
Quote: "I come from the country with great bands such as Westlife, Boyzone and U2. Kill me now"


Hey don't forget the Dropkick Murpheys, One Minute Silence and Gary Moore.

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Posted: 25th Oct 2007 00:06
Quote: "@Code Ninja: Kind of cheating don't you think, surely if you live in America you have enough awesome bands to mention

I saw Killswitch a few weeks ago. Amazing band live. There was such a fun wall of death for Rose Of Sharyn and I started a big old circle pit for Still Beats Your Name.

Why didn't you mention The Bled, The Black Dahlia Murder, Buried Inside, Death Cab For Cutie, Finch, Into The Moat, Ludacris, DMX, Obie Trice, Eminem, Norma Jean, Psyopus, Scary Kids Scaring Kids, The Acacia Strain, Prostitute Disfigurement, The Devil Wears Prada.... there are so many better American bands than Daath, Symphony X or Kamelot (although I've liked all of them in the past)."


*shrugs* I kinda took the original post to be 'post bands you like from your country.' Being both a Canadian and American citizen I figured I'd post both.

*cringe* Most o' those I either don't like or never heard of. When it comes to music I like metal in almost all its forms (with some exceptions, of course), some hard rock, older classic rock artists, some classical, and video game music. Other than that I might listen to country if its playing... anything else I pretty much can't stand.

Anywho, more American bands... this time a little more mainstream (or at least my definition of mainstream) metal/rock:

Disturbed - Nu Metal
The Game

Korn - Nu Metal (I prefer their old stuff)
Blind

Godsmack - Heavy Metal/Hard Rock/Nu Metal
Straight Out Of Line

Offspring - Punk Rock/Skate Punk (One of the few punk rock bands I enjoy. Really like the string quartet tribute of this song, too.)
The Kids Aren't Alright

Nine Inch Nails - Industrial/Alt. Rock
The Hand That Feeds

Eighteen Visions - Metalcore(old stuff)/Post-Grunge, -Hardcore
Victim

Avenged Sevenfold - Metalcore(old stuff)/Hard Rock/Heavy Metal
Unholy Confessions (Old Stuff)
Bat Country (New Stuff)

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ooh new metal? not such a fan of that to be honest. disturbed have a couple of good songs, likewise with korn and godsmack but most of it's rubbish. and listen to The Bled - they're the greatest band ever to grace the face of the earth.

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I don't have time to go searching on YouTube for videos right now, so I'll just post the artists name and edit it later with the links.

Rascal Flatts - New Country

David Lanz - New Age

The Right Brothers - ummmm Country/Rock? Hopefully no one gets too mad about their songs' lyrics. There's nothing bad in them, it's just their point of view you may disagree with.

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Posted: 25th Oct 2007 17:15
Quote: "Hey don't forget the Dropkick Murpheys, One Minute Silence and Gary Moore. "


Funnily enough the only one you mentioned that I've heard of (Dropkick Murphys) is an American band (or maybe their great-great grandfather is 1/8 Irish )

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hmm I wouldn't have expected that.

Mind you so is Flogging Molly, which was even more of a surprise...

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We have the proclaimers.

I WOULD WALK 500 MILES AND I WOULD WALK 500 MORE!

"It's like floating a boat on a liquid that I don't know, but I'm quite happy to drink it if I'm thirsty enough" - Me being a good programmer but sucking at computers
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You also have Biffy Clyro, The Punchline Is Murder (or you used to), A February Solution and loads of other cool bands...

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Posted: 25th Oct 2007 23:37 Edited at: 25th Oct 2007 23:39
Quote: "ooh new metal? not such a fan of that to be honest. disturbed have a couple of good songs, likewise with korn and godsmack but most of it's rubbish. and listen to The Bled - they're the greatest band ever to grace the face of the earth."


I'm not a big fan of Nu Metal anymore... although it helped get me to the music I now listen to. I still listen to it occasionally.
The Bled, eh? I shall take a look.

EDIT: Dude! These guys are from AZ... Niice. Not that I like it here all that much, but its good to know that it manage to produce some metal.

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They are the most amazing band EVER. I can't describe how much I love them, because that would probably be against the AUP as it would go into incredibly graphic detail

I just figured out how to play a couple of their songs the other night so I'm going to get my band to play a cover of Red Wedding - should be fun...

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Posted: 26th Oct 2007 01:43 Edited at: 26th Oct 2007 01:44
Quote: "Funnily enough the only one you mentioned that I've heard of (Dropkick Murpheys) is an American band (or maybe their great-great grandfather is 1/8 Irish )"


Oh God I did it again! Don't tell Accoun...

Though to be fair, somebody lied to me and told me they're Irish. You sure they're American? Come on now, only the Irish and the English take the micky out of the Scottish...I mean I'd say Welsh too, but I'm sure Dazzag will back me up when I say the Welsh are lazy.

[edit]
I take it these American bands are trying to give themselves a European identity because they're younger than the rest of us.

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@ Grandma

Trentemøller has actually made a remix of What Else Is There:

http://youtube.com/watch?v=eI7PWfoBXIU

Just... for a fact

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Quote: "Trentemøller has actually made a remix of What Else Is There"


I noticed that, "house" music isn't quite my cup of tea, however i did enjoy "moan" abit for some reason.

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Posted: 28th Oct 2007 20:26
Hmmm here's a good Black metal/Grindcore band from Birmingham, UK, Anaal Nathrakh:

Wiki knows all - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anaal_Nathrakh

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U2-Rock
www.u2.com

Snow Patrol-Alternative
[href=http://www.snowpatrol.net
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The Undertones-Punk
www.theundertones.com

God Is an Astronaut-rock(i think)
http://superadmusic.com/god/

scenes-post rock
http://www.scenes.cjb.net/

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