A History of Heavy Metal

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metal with extra metal (aka brass)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QN23sROGbqo
^^ Smile


Trauma
Rob Zombie
Paradise Lost 

3 decent metal bands
this is pretty stonking... Bluesmiley

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL...anIjG4v4DR
nowplaying...

https://tallah.bandcamp.com/album/matriphagy
It all started when Jimmy picked up the fender.
He said stratus


1. Out from the Asylum (0:00​)
02. Welcome Home (03:17​)
03. Sleepless Nights (07:59​)
04. Eye of the Witch (13:05​)
05. Halloween (17:31​)
06. Melissa (22:26​)
07. Come to the Sabbath (28:55​)
08. Them (34:37​)
09. Funeral (36:33​)
10. Arrival (38:06​)
11. A Mansion in Darkness (43:39​)
12. The Family Ghost (48:20​)
13. The 7th Day of July 1777 (53:00​)
14. Omens (58:02​)
15. The Possession (01:02:15​)
16. Abigail (01:06:02​)
17. Black Horsemen (01:11:27​)
18. Insanity (01:19:18​)
19. Credits (01:22:51​)


..Sweden brought you bands like Europe, Bathory, Heavy Load, Yngwie Malmsteen's Rising Force, Candlemass and a whole lot of Death Metal bands and in this documentary we follow the development of Swedish hard rock and heavy metal from the beginning of the 1970's, through the First Wave of Swedish Heavy Metal and the beginnings of extreme metal. This is the history of Swedish Hard Rock and Heavy Metal.

THE HISTORY OF SWEDISH HARD ROCK AND HEAVY METAL (HEAVY METAL DOCUMENTARY) 1970-1989

This documentary covers:

The birth of hard rock and heavy metal in the 70's.
FVASHM / FWOSHM (traditional heavy metal of the early eighties)
The birth of doom, thrash, speed and black metal,
Pop, glam and hair metal
and the decline of Swedish heavy metal
1970-1989

Första Vågen av Svensk Heavy Metal also known as First Wave of Swedish Heavy Metal

Featuring bands such as: Gotham City, 220 Volt, Keen Hue, Axe Witch, Heavy Load, Bathory, Candlemass, Mercy, November, Neon Rose, Agony, Hexenhaus, Maninnya Blade, Treat, Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force, Madison, ATC, Silver Mountain, Burn, Six Feet Under, Bedlam, Aphrodite, Torch, Europe, Overdrive, Destiny, Proud, Universe and Mindless Sinner..


- Ruthless Metal youtube channel




Chin
an excellent cover version of Enter Sandman... Twothumbs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CPHnZV0K-k
^^ that drummer is gonna be a beast in a couple years. Good job for the kids!


I've never been a King Diamond fan, I'm still not, but I get the allure of the band as a package. As a kid getting into metal, King Diamond seemed really elusive, I only saw and learned about King Diamond in metal magazines at the time, and of course the whole 80's satanism panic that was all over 80's tv talk shows and news reports egged on the extremity of the imagery even more. Of course, Marilyn Manson with similar imagery would be pop music later on. lol. Irony. Listening to the live King Diamond gig posted above, the band is really tight. Of course, Peterson's vocals are pretty devoted this far on, dude is 64 now. Mercyful Fate.. important. Danzig vs Peterson as 80's brooding front man.. hmm. Regardless, respect for the craft.

I've been enjoying a few of the Ruthless Metal youtube channel posted vids as of late.





MERCYFUL FATE: The Early Years 1981-1985.

Timestamps:

0:00​ Intro
1:30​ The origins (Brats, Danger Zone, Brainstorm and Black Rose)
5:38​ The formation of Mercyful Fate
6:25​ The Demos
10:11​ Metallic Storm & Nuns Have No Fun
12:14​ Melissa
14:08​ Mercyful Fate and Metallica
16:28​ Don't Break The Oath
18:48​ Break-Up, Fate and King Diamond solo
20:10​ Return of the Vampire, pseudonyms, and ghastly rumours.
22:12​ My thoughts on Mercyful Fate, King Diamond and Venom.

Featuring bands such as: Brats, Danger Zone, Mercyful Fate, King Diamond, Fate, Alice Cooper, Venom and Metallica.



Brats sound like a more glam Misfits to me. heh.




Tracklist:

1. Oy-905 0:00​
2. Tame Me (Insomniac) 3:58​
3. B-Brains 8:26​
4. Punk Fashion 11:39​
5. Complex (Don't Destroy Me) 13:12​
6. Fuel 19:29​
7. Heavy Rocker 21:46​
8. Pinned on My Eyelids 28:27​
9. Sense My Boy 31:15​
10. Ogcah Ghaszlihr 35:19​
11. Accepted 35:51​
12. Zombie People 38:36

https://www.discogs.com/artist/428149-Brats

geeky, obscure, as only metal fans can compile here, 1971 to 2020 releases listed:


JAPANDEMONIUM…LIVE!! A Very Brief And Incomplete History Of Live Hard Rock/Metal albums recorded in Japan.

https://www.metal-rules.com/2020/08/04/j...IXHW5lRmyQ
this is pretty excellent...

https://yawnofficial.bandcamp.com/

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