I need something heavier.

Discussion in 'Music & Audio' started by _Hushy, Aug 5, 2016.

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  1. Karatine

    Karatine Call me kittteeeehhhh

    Might as well throw in some Devin Townsend ( I know that Strapping Young Lad was Devin Townsend, but there's so much more to him than that )





     
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  2. Saylor

    Saylor More free than your average Murican

    This is one of my favs. It even has Phil Anselmo from Pantera in it.
     



  3. heh



    (playing them all at the same time is hilarious btw)
     
  4. aloveablebunny

    aloveablebunny All hail the Almighty Floof!

    VNV Nation - winning!!!
     
  5. TheSexyCoyote

    TheSexyCoyote New Member

    Are you looking for something like this?
    This might be a bit too heavy though.
    I for one love this album:
     
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  6. endroll

    endroll New Member


    this is literally the heaviest song ever
     
  7. Mandragoras

    Mandragoras Inept Abecedarian

    Totally off-topic but I'm kind of sad that so many more recent electro-industrial who so clearly want to be VNV Nation do their forebears so little justice. Then again, they are a hard act to follow.
    Hell yes, Goslings. Grandeur of Hair is a beast.

    I do think there are more dire challengers in the heaviness stakes, though: Portal's "Kilter", Khanate's "Dead", Indian's "Rape", Swans' "Why Hide?", etc. But all of these are probably a bit extreme for the OP... :\
     
  8. n1ghtmar3w0lf

    n1ghtmar3w0lf Member

    best i can say is rammstien, heavy sound, each song is a story, they mostly sing in German but it can be a fun way to learn a new language
     
  9. Enraged Wolf

    Enraged Wolf New Member

    depends on what you want ya got classics like iron maiden and metallicas early work you five finger death punch/slipknot or deathklock ect.
     
  10. Enraged Wolf

    Enraged Wolf New Member

    that's also good band theres also nightwish most the time there songs are in English but few in their native language and one or two of their vocalists used sing in operas
     
  11. Brejvarr Ulfhedne

    Brejvarr Ulfhedne Viking Berserker

    Hmm... Something heavier you say? Have you possibly heard of Amon Amarth?
     
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