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WolfmanGK
11-26-2004, 20:54
But not your traditional death metal bands. I heard a song from Demon Hunter on the radio called "Anholate the corrupt", and with the exception of the ghey voice that says "I am the voice of your affliction, stabbing you through the back of your soul....." etc.. (Speaking of which, I HATE it when a good, heavy band interrupts a good song with some stupid backstreet boys voice! Fear Factory is guilty of this in nearly all of their songs!)

Does anyone know of any hardcore death metal bands that are Christian? I heard some more Demon Hunter and it's softcore stuff that a mainstream radio station could play, blech! I like Fear Factory, the heavier songs of Machine Head, Prong, some Meshuggah, Devil Driver (Yeah yeah I know), basically really "heavy" stuff, with the exception of underground metal. Underground metal just isn't harmonic enough for me to get into. If you think Ozzy Osbourne is heavy then you probably can't help me.

micah
11-27-2004, 22:21
I hate death metal, but I'm all about old thrash..ever give SOD a try? They're not Christian, but they aren't overtly blasphemous either.

.22 boy
11-28-2004, 15:30
KILLSWICH ENGAGE they are not christan but
they don't cuss. a lot of metal bands dont
cuss if the cuss words is what you are woried about.
a lot of the christen hard bands STINK!

Berto
11-28-2004, 21:29
THe Haunted-try "...Made me Do It"
Opeth-Try "Blackwater Park"
Nile-try "In Their Darkened Shrines"
Mastadon-try "Remission"

For the most part not super balsphemous,but solid stuff.If you like "Cleansing" by Prong,you might also check out COC's earlier stuff.

DownRiver
11-28-2004, 21:57
SWORN ENEMY

Band from NY that is amazing. They're not death metal but all hardcore. They also are not a christian band but have a couple of tracks that are from the point of view of Jesus.

So you get none of the annoying "christianity is right and if you aren't christian you'll go straight to hell". The songs have a clear and powerfull, honest message.

Sworn Enemy's on headbangers ball sometimes. You have to see them live to truely appreciate them.

my .02

mrdoright04/05
11-29-2004, 14:56
If your over 25 yrs old? Grow Up!;Q

Berto
11-29-2004, 17:51
Originally posted by mrdoright04/05
If your over 25 yrs old? Grow Up!;Q

What do grown ups listen to?

DownRiver
11-29-2004, 21:50
Kenny G?......or celine dion, maybe?


I'm 23 so I guess I've only got a year and a half left of listening to good music. Do I also have to use question marks incorrectly?

I noticed your "words of wisdom" on the bottom of your posts. Just curious, does god say anything about an age limit on music?

I'd appreciate an explaination.........uhh, I mean.....I'd appreciate an explaination?

DownRiver
11-29-2004, 21:52
oh yeah....I forgot to second the recomendation for Killswitch Engage....great band.

mrdoright04/05
11-30-2004, 15:41
Originally posted by Berto
What do grown ups listen to?

Country.;f Just kidding. Whatever floats your boat I guess.

ps
So do you still wear the Black garb too?;Q Do you really get into "Suicide" and "Death"? Thats all that you ever hear in "Death Metal"

I prefer life. A good old "Gospel" songs feels my needs. Peace>

mrdoright04/05
11-30-2004, 15:52
Originally posted by DownRiver
Kenny G?......or celine dion, maybe?


I'm 23 so I guess I've only got a year and a half left of listening to good music. Do I also have to use question marks incorrectly?

I noticed your "words of wisdom" on the bottom of your posts. Just curious, does god say anything about an age limit on music?

I'd appreciate an explaination.........uhh, I mean.....I'd appreciate an explaination?

Kenny G? I wouldnt wish that on my inlaws.;f

Does God have an age limit on music? No But it sure looks SILLY seeing grown men wearing long matted hair and black biker leather.

Death Metal: two power chords per song and no talent.;z

Listen to the "words of wisdom" my friend.

Berto
12-01-2004, 11:03
Originally posted by mrdoright04/05
Country.;f Just kidding. Whatever floats your boat I guess.

ps
So do you still wear the Black garb too?;Q Do you really get into "Suicide" and "Death"? Thats all that you ever hear in "Death Metal"

I prefer life. A good old "Gospel" songs feels my needs. Peace>


First of all,I listen to all kinds of music.I suppose I could dress all black and be into suicide and death,but I've never found that one kind of music I listen to motivates me that way.
I suppose it would be like assuming all bluegrass listeners are into incest,all gospel listeners watch the 700 club and country listeners dress like the Oak Ridge Boys and watch Dukes of Hazzard reruns.
Get your head out of your ass.;5

DownRiver
12-01-2004, 22:13
doright,

Well I gotta give you credit for taking the jabs with a smile;f

Grown men do often look silly wearing all black and dressing like a teenager.....but, not all of us who listen to hardcore music dress like this.....me being one of them. Actually I never got into the goth style of music or dress.

This type of music does have a lot of rhythm to the guitar riffs but the bands I listen to use more than two cords. Check out Killswitch Engage sometime, they are extremely talented musicians. There are always the crappy bands that have no skill but that is becoming the minority more and more as talented bands get some recognition.

peace backatcha

emann
12-01-2004, 23:41
Immortal Souls, Sinai Beach, No Innocent Victim, Jesus Wept, Paramaecium, Extol, Tourniquet, Ultimatum, The Showdown, Mortal Treason, Faithbomb, Believer, Consecrator, Haste The Day, Living Sacrifice, Mortification, Veni Domine, Theocracy and so on and so on. Most of these aren't Death Metal bands, but then again neither is Demon Hunter (the band you referenced). They are all Christian bands though and are all hard. Good to see you trying to listen to something decent. I gave up secular metal and hardcore (with a few exceptions) long ago. Hope it helps you. As far as the people who insult 30, 40 and 50 something year old's listening to hard music (I'm proudly one of them) they're the one's who truly haven't yet grown up. Sadly many of them will end up being the bitter old men we've all run across a few times. ;) Check out these sites www.facedownrecords.com www.firestream.net www.blastbeats.com www.crossingmusic.com www.hmmagazine.com

mrdoright04/05
12-02-2004, 12:50
Some of you guys are too moody. Therapy maybe?;Q

black diesel
12-02-2004, 20:42
Aside from the Rolex Sea Dweller and Milt Sparks leather items I dress like a country bumpkin in all Carhartt. I do wear Bounty Hunter and KFK Industries clothes some too. Except for the ones that have it carved into their bodies, I'm about the biggest Slayer fan though. I just don't look like it. Therapy for me is turning on the 100 watt Marshall and blazing away.

DownRiver
12-02-2004, 23:11
^6


Nice! I have a cheap crate half stack but it IS loud. Drop tuning and excessive volume is all the therepy any American should need.;f

Daniel Vaughn
12-05-2004, 23:33
Opeth: This would be my first recommendation. But you must be into 10 to 20 minute long pieces with plenty of acoustic guitar interludes, mixed with brutal vocals. I recommend “Orchid”, “Morningrise”, and “Black Water Park”.

Nile: Totally brutal death metal. Flawlessly played and executed. A true class act. I recommend “Black Seeds of Vengence” first, and “In their Darkened Shrines” second.

Dying Fetus: Really tight playing. Great band all together, with unrelenting riffs and incredibly low vocals.

Carcass, Death, Cryptopsy, and Kataklysm are excellent bands also.

BTW: Death metal isn’t about death. Its about survival.

Dan

Altaris
12-06-2004, 16:58
Originally posted by mrdoright04/05
Kenny G? I wouldnt wish that on my inlaws.;f

Does God have an age limit on music? No But it sure looks SILLY seeing grown men wearing long matted hair and black biker leather.

Death Metal: two power chords per song and no talent.;z

Listen to the "words of wisdom" my friend.

I Love Death Metal, but do not fit your sterotype at all, as do many people.
I work for a bank and dress like your typical conservative banker every day. I don't own a single peice of leather clothing. And if you think Death Metal is only 2 cords check out the new Nile album.

micah
12-06-2004, 17:12
Death metal isn’t about death. Its about survival.

That is the cheesiest thing I have ever heard.

Mossjaw
12-16-2008, 21:20
But not your traditional death metal bands. I heard a song from Demon Hunter on the radio called "Anholate the corrupt", and with the exception of the ghey voice that says "I am the voice of your affliction, stabbing you through the back of your soul....." etc.. (Speaking of which, I HATE it when a good, heavy band interrupts a good song with some stupid backstreet boys voice! Fear Factory is guilty of this in nearly all of their songs!)

Does anyone know of any hardcore death metal bands that are Christian? I heard some more Demon Hunter and it's softcore stuff that a mainstream radio station could play, blech! I like Fear Factory, the heavier songs of Machine Head, Prong, some Meshuggah, Devil Driver (Yeah yeah I know), basically really "heavy" stuff, with the exception of underground metal. Underground metal just isn't harmonic enough for me to get into. If you think Ozzy Osbourne is heavy then you probably can't help me.

Brutal Christian Death Metal:

Impending Doom
Mortification
Crimson Thorn
Extol (not that Brutal but an excellent band)
Tortured Conscience
Living Sacrifice

to name just a few

Check out my band! Not Christian but ULTRA Brutal!

www.myspace.com/cesspoolofvermin

Multiple Arms
12-17-2008, 07:00
Strapping Young Lad "Heavy as a Really Heavy Thing"
Today Is The Day "In the Eyes of God"
Anaal Thathrakh
Lair of the Minotaur
Red Harvest "Sic Transit Gloria Mundi"

These will give you a headache.