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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrambler View Post
    Parkway Drive, As I lay Dying, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, Hopesfall, and many many more. Back in 2000, I had a guy give me the Underoath Cries of the past CD and that pretty much got me hooked.
    Gotta love Parkway Drive!!!
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    I'm a huge fan of metal and death metal (and Texas country, go figure lol )

    Just saw the black dahlia murder for the 100th time in Austin with fallujah and disentomb. Sick show. Wish they would make summer slaughter tour what it used to be :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Napalm View Post

    Howard Jones was awesome! Made for the greatest killswitch albums.
    Yes he made Killswitch who they are today. I haven't really listen to his new band, Devil You Know. Might have to give them a shot.
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    I am a big metal fan. Some of my favorite bands are Soilwork, Thy Art is Murder, Whitechapel, Primordial, Sarea, Dark Tranquility. I could keep going on all the bands I like.
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    First concerts were Justice for all and Seasons in the Abyss! Played pro for a few years and did front of house for hundreds of national acts. Damm....i feels the metal demons wanting to surface and pull me under! I'm out!

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    Don't let the metal elitists get to this thread. There hasn't been any mention of Slayer or Pantera yet!

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    I'm an old school metal guy, Judas Priest,Black Sabath,Motley Crue, and of course Deo and Ozzy.

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    These days I'm mostly country, but I still love slipknot, skindred, drowning pool, disturbed, LP just to name a few. Used to go to all the zeta fests (old Miami rock station back when we had one) and ozz fests. Huge fan of nirvana and the old Seattle grunge scene. I pretty much listen to almost anything.

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    mostly black/viking metal, darkthrone,mayhem,burzum, enslaved, Tyr, windir. also best band in the world IRON MAIDEN!!!!

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