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  1. chimmy09

    chimmy09 What's a Dremel?

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    Made me lol.

    Another band with a female lead singer is Light this City.

    edit: for comedy music, check out Bo Burnham.
     
  2. talladega

    talladega I'm Squidward

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    forgot to mention... no metal.
     
  3. Editor22

    Editor22 E22 | Hex-Gear

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    lol yeah I do have TONS of metal\grunge\rock\punk now! anyone got any suggestions on the calmer side like Cohen, the pixies, Radiohead etc kind of mellow vocal music for chilling out.
     
  4. DeadP1xels

    DeadP1xels Social distancing since 92

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    William Shatner

    Nuff said

    With metal i could go on for weeks seriously... :p so on the calmer side of life lets seeeeee *opens playlist*

    Hollywood undead
    Rise against
    Sevendust
    Shinedown
    A Day to Remeber
    P.O.D
    not really calm... but meh

    METAL!
    Meshuggah
    In Flames
    Lamb Of God
    Dagoba
    August Burns Red
    Whitechapel
    HateBreed
    Arch Enemy
    Heaven Shall Burn
    Sonic Syndicate
    etc etc etc i could go on but im pretty sure you don't give a crap about more metal

    What im into at the moment is megadeth listen to these two

    Megadeth - Holy wars (2007 download fest search it on youtube)
    Megadeth - Symphony of destruction (2007 download fest is also quite good)
     
  5. chimmy09

    chimmy09 What's a Dremel?

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    no metal? I don't think I can do that...

    anyways, for the calmer stuff, if you didn't check out Buckethead yet, do so. Listen to the albums Colma, Electric Tears, and Shadows between the Sky. They are all pretty chill laid back albums. They are all instrumental though, so I don't know if you like that stuff or not, but whatever. Hope you like them.


    p.s.Metal!:rock:
     
  6. talladega

    talladega I'm Squidward

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    how about both of the above combined?
     
  7. chimmy09

    chimmy09 What's a Dremel?

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    uhhhh my girlfriend listens to a band called Feist with a girl singer, and it's not metal. That's about all I got.
     
  8. Editor22

    Editor22 E22 | Hex-Gear

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    I love feist :p the reminder was one of the first albums I put onto my phone bit of a clash really considering it was that pendulum and Audioslave
     
  9. boiled_elephant

    boiled_elephant Merom Celeron 4 lyfe

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    Hum, female singers, eh?

    The Cardigans.

    No, really, I think they're alright.
     
  10. Mik3yB @ CCL

    Mik3yB @ CCL Everything is not going to be OK

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    If you're a Yorkshireman (or woman!!) that likes female vocalists check out Chebfest.
    Sounds like fun and it's on for 13 hours :D

    Being honest, I've never heard of any of them but after sampling some of the links below, some of them sound pretty good. Bad Pollyanna for example sound a bit like Evanescence.

    Good times!


    Cheb Fest
    Bradford Rio
    Saturday, 3rd July 2010, 12:00 PM

    EXOTERIK
    http://www.myspace.com/exoterik
    DELIRIUM THEORY
    http://www.myspace.com/deliriumtheoryofficial
    BAD POLLYANNA + STAGE SHOW
    http://www.myspace.com/badpollyanna
    SEVERED HEAVEN
    http://www.myspace.com/SEVEREDHEAVEN
    FURTHER FROM THE TRUTH
    http://www.myspace.com/furtherfromthetruthuk
    KISS KISS KILL
    http://www.myspace.com/xxkofficiaL
    SMOKE THE CITY
    http://www.myspace.com/smokethecity
    NICOLAS CAGE
    http://www.myspace.com/NICOLASCAGEBAND
    CATERPILLAR
    http://www.myspace.com/caterpillarmusicuk
    SUICIDE BY COP
    http://www.myspace.com/sbcuk
    OUT OF ASHES
    http://www.myspace.com/outofashesuk
    PRAY FOR CONTROL
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Pray-...944465?ref=search&sid=512802943.4077498236..1
     
  11. miester7

    miester7 My single core cpu plays crysis

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    I recommend Hammerfall, Dragonland & The Sword.
     
  12. Deact

    Deact What's a Dremel?

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    Rodrigo y gabriela are worth a listen if you fancy some funky acoustic intrusmental guitar work.

    Bad Religion if you fancy a bit of punk rock.

    As for female non-metal, if your not adverse to electronica and its spawn look up anything by Aria. Doro is good for a bit of an old school rock female lead band but maybe too close to metal

    The rest of my taste lies in the metal bracket and I will recommend

    Apocalyptica
    Battlelore
    Beseech
    Dream Theater
    Eluviete
    Ensiferum
    Haggard
    Rammstein
    Turisas

    And a few off the wall stuff like:
    Diablo swing orchestra
    Kaftwerk
    Phideaux
     
  13. matt...

    matt... Slacker

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    Not sure if they've already been mentioned, but Maximo Park are awesome, as is Ian Brown (ex-Stone Roses frontman)
     
  14. War-Rasta

    War-Rasta What's a Dremel?

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    How come nobody has mentioned Nightwish?
    Specifically the albums Wishmaster and Century Child.
     
  15. geoboy333

    geoboy333 Sometimes I say something bright...

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    So how did you get on with Eric Hutchinson?
     
  16. CyCoLeS

    CyCoLeS If it ain't broke...give it to me

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    Omni What's a Dremel?

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  18. chimmy09

    chimmy09 What's a Dremel?

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    You should check out Mr. Big. It's a rock band from the 80s/90s with Paul Gilbert on guitar(Ritchie Kotzen took his place for a while though).

    Other than that all I can recommend is metal. At least, for things you most likely haven't already heard of.

    edit: ...I couldn't resist, so now it is time for more metal bands...
    The Crimson Armada. Deathcore/Death Metal with Christian themes in the lyrics. Pretty good riffs and breakdowns.

    Woe of Tyrants. An excellent Melodic Death Metal band. Some amazing guitars can be found with this band.

    Atheist. A classic Death Metal band. They have amazing drummers for their albums.

    8 Foot Sativa. I can't believe I didn't mention these guys earlier. They have some awesome riffs, and some pretty epic lyrics/song messages.

    Stigma. An Italian Death Metal/Deathcore band. Another band with awesome riffs that just kicks ass.

    Raintime. Another Italian band. Pretty standard Melodic Death Metal, but still good.

    Dominia. This one is a Russian Melodic Death Metal band that has a pretty unique sound to it.

    Made of Hate. Another standard Melodic Death band. They have some amazing guitar solos and riffs in their songs.

    Dark Angel. A pretty decent Thrash Metal band. Gene Hoglan on drums=insta-win.

    Strapping Young Lad. Only check these guys out if you are into more "Industrial" stuff. Pretty heavy music, again Gene Hoglan does the drumming. I would be careful about this band though, as sometimes their stuff sounds kind of muddy.

    Wintersun. Amazing Melodic Death Metal band. I can't even explain how awesome they are.

    Norther. Another good Melodic Death Metal band. Apparently they sound A LOT like Children of Bodom though.
     
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  19. geoboy333

    geoboy333 Sometimes I say something bright...

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    Went to see wishbone ash last night, fecking awesome so they are definitely worth trying.
     
  20. Landy_Ed

    Landy_Ed Combat Novice

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    Foo Fighters, In Your Honour. The acoustic set has some real diamonds & there are few skippable songs on the 2 disc collection.

    Van Halen's 1984 album, and if you can get a hold of a live performance of 5150 it's all good.

    Megadeth, Rust In Peace

    Thin Lizzy, Live/Life

    Marillion, Real to Reel
     

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