PanasonicYouth wrote: lij2015 wrote:
I actually like Whitechapel. Is there a problem with this?
I don't see the appeal, when the only words you can understand under the deep grunting that sounds like he's taking a crap is the title of the song. Opinion based here, because I do like heavier stuff.
Not understanding the lyrics is about half the argument of every single person I've met who argued against heavy music. Honestly, I don't see the big deal - look them up if you want to know them. They're obviously more concerned about the sound than the lyrics. Not saying that this is you, but half the people who argue this listen to music with lyrics that have no meaning worth understanding, anyway.
Please note, I don't intend any offense by this.[/quote
awesomeness!!!! There are albums I have had for 30 years, that you CAN understand the lyrics to, that I don't know the lyrics to cause I till can't get past the music.
Anyway, on to my list:
Iron Maiden, Slayer, Fates Warning, Dredg, Minor Threat, Strike Anywhere, Black Sabbath, The Police, Dio, Def Leppard, Queensryche, Animals As Leaders, Morbid Angel, Joan Jett, The Pretenders, The Pagans, 9 Shocks Terror, 7 Seconds, Dokken, Dvorak, Mussorgsky, Absu, Black Withchery, Death, Meshuggah, Dave Mathews Band, MC5, The Who, The Kinks, Darkthrone, Possessed, Agent Orange, The Cramps, White Zombie, Corrosion of Conformity, The Evens, Fugazi, Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck, Eyehategod, Faith No More, Goatwhore, Jeff Hamilton, Kings X, Leftover Crack, Megadeth, Negative Approach, Peter GAbriel,Primus, Scorpions, Amon Amarth, Dream Theater
...basically anything but rap and country