So it seemsNeonVomit wrote:Anal Blast, wasn't that the band that Paul Grey, Joey Jordison and Mick Thompson had before they joined Slipknot?
Rhapsody of Fire
You aren't serious, are you?
Rhapsody of Fire
Mago de Oz
I must agree with Testament and Behemoth. How about Witchburner and Electric Wizard?shaz wrote:Stratovarius, Testament, Behemoth, Ensiferum, Finntroll, Manowar, Sonata Arctica
I have read that AC/DC actually stands for Anti-Christ/Devils Child.... that's pretty badass.ggonza43 wrote:*Stratovarius (Who else could think anything more original to combine an electric guitar brand with a violin one, resulting into a band that has the elemnts of heavy metal and classical music?)
* Iron Maiden (Sounds like a pussy name, but as soon you hear the band, you realize is the best thing they would have come up with)
* Dream Theater (The name itself makes you expect a very theatrical experience)
* Metallica ("With that name, this dudes are gonna blow my mind" was the first impression I had of them, and they never let me down)
* AC/DC (A name involving electricity and an alternating current or direct current power, what else can you expect?)
I don't think AC/DC have those ideas on mind while thinking the name, and I just don't see them talking about the anti christ on any of their songs. Take the example of "High Voltage" and then tell meMetalVixen wrote:I have read that AC/DC actually stands for Anti-Christ/Devils Child.... that's pretty badass.
You like Yes? Do you only like the name or also the music?:)exe knight wrote:Imo; (quicklishly thinking)
(edit: Just noticed the "metal bands", anyway I keep non-metal bands there...)
-The flower kings
-Liquid tension experiment
-Blaze (though it's the guys name)
-The black mages
And looooots of others which I either don't remember or don't even know of.
I lol'd..htcdude wrote:They sound like dinosaursHasselhoff wrote:1. Perseraiskaus