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    Default All hail Eddie - Hard Rock and Heavy Metal

    There seems there's a few of us that are into hard rock and heavy metal.
    Figured I'd start a thread where we can share bands, favourite songs, gig talks etc etc!

    I'll kick it off with some of my favourite bands:

    Starting with a band that I have over 11 hours worth of music
    [youtube]lyByogG8JTI[/youtube]

    The retiring Metal Gods (that I get to see at their last ever gig )
    [youtube]uie63E4gqno[/youtube]

    One of the more unheralded bands out there imo
    [youtube]FQ_EGqAgRSg[/youtube]

    Probably the most commercially successful
    [youtube]AWwmIfy0GNE[/youtube]

    Some home grown metal (though they've got different names they're essentially the same band)
    [youtube]_AiykktB2ZI[/youtube]
    [youtube]Wtx0UAgWEoU[/youtube]

    Probably my favourite of the 'newer' metal bands
    [youtube]O5qB1kTmUZA[/youtube]

    Awsome German melodic death
    [youtube]qz8EfkS4KK0[/youtube]

    More on the 'softer' side. Awsome vocalist
    [youtube]uv-EZx-qI_8[/youtube]

    Something a little bit more 'out there'
    [youtube]s6WGNd8QR-U[/youtube]

    And finally a couple of solid Australian prog rock bands
    [youtube]71nLFXAVglU[/youtube]
    [youtube]1eRIN-2C2iQ[/youtube]
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    Slayer, Cradle of Filth, Tool, Soundgarden, Audioslave, Cannibal Corpse


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    Not big on COF or CC but the rest are good
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    ps it's Graham - not Graeme


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    Maiden.

    My favorite band of all time.

    Saw them Live a couple years ago in Brisbane, they went off.

    So glad they played Hallowed Be Thy Name!


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    I've seen them 3 times now.

    Their Somewhere Back In Time tour, at Wacken Open Air in Germany last year and then Soundwave this year. Ironically I was desperate to see them the first time cos I never thought I'd get another chance lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Hamburgler View Post
    I've seen them 3 times now.

    Their Somewhere Back In Time tour, at Wacken Open Air in Germany last year and then Soundwave this year. Ironically I was desperate to see them the first time cos I never thought I'd get another chance lol

    You read their book, and seen Flight 666 documentary?

    I loved the band since I heard Run To The Hills on Countdown in the 80's.


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    I've seen Flight 666, tbh didn't know they had a book.

    My mate played me Hallowed Be Thy Name from Rock In Rio. Been hooked since.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunner View Post
    Cannibal Corpse
    only with Chris Barnes on vocals


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    Forgot to add Fear Factory


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Hamburgler View Post
    I've seen Flight 666, tbh didn't know they had a book.

    My mate played me Hallowed Be Thy Name from Rock In Rio. Been hooked since.

    I'm gonna read their book after I read the Dorian Yates and Stone Cold Steve Austin books.


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