Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by JordanKTM, Apr 19, 2016.
Disco elephants will just turn out to be this generation's Chinese democracy watch
I was gonna say Gold Cobra sucked.
The Unquestionable Truth part 1 was really good though and I'll he forever bummed they abandoned part 2 and we ended up with Gold Cobra.
there are a couple songs on GC that i go back to (gold cobra, why try) but for the most part it’s pretty rough. i don’t think results may vary is particularly strong, but i like it much more
I like Results May Very quiet a bit and probably would rank higher then most their stuff lol.
for me it’s
3 dollar bill
results may vary
as far as full lengths go. 1 and 2 are basically interchangeable
You forgot one!
Results May Vary
Unquestionable Truth pt 1
3 Dolla Bill Y'all
i said as far as full lengths!
i’d probably put the ep slightly under results may vary
Here is the ultimate Nu Metal ranking.
Take A Look in the Mirror
Follow the Leader
Life is Peachy
KoRn III: Remember Who You Are
The Serenity of Suffering
See You in the Otherside
The Path of Totality
KoRn II: Unititled
The Paradigm Shift
Top 10 songs:
Here to Stay
Did My Time
No One's There
Counting on Me
Got the Life
Who Then Now? Is an awesome video/DVD. I need to find check that out again soon.
There's a new Hed PE album coming next week, I believe, and then a new Flaw record next month.
I find it surprising how many monthly listeners nu metal bands have on Spotify. A lot of these bands have millions.
I’m not surprised at all. Bands like Slipknot and Korn are keeping the genre alive.
Yeah I love it. I probably have like 7 KoRn dvds lol
I've been on a Flaw kick ever since this thread got active again but I can't into their last few albums. Their first and Endangered Species still rule though.
I feel like this would be the perfect place to ask. Did anyone else read Circus Magazine in the mid-2000's?
The first two albums are by far their best work. They've gone through so many different members, that I assume the songwriters have changed over time. I liked most of the Homegrown Studio Sessions record they self released in 2009, but I didn't really return much to their 2016 release, Divided We Fall. Chris' vocals and are always good though, so I'm hoping this new record will be good.
Also, I know I recommended it to Nate, but I don't know if you've ever heard the record the Five.Bolt.Main record, but I think it's up there with the first 2 Flaw records. Check it out.
He also released a solo album, but I didn't care for it as much.
Circus and Hit Parader were my big ones back then, but also Revolver, Decibel, Kerrang, Metal Hammer, Metal Maniacs, Metal Edge...
When I was working at Meijer in high school, I'd just spend most of my breaks reading all of those.
I was looking through some magazine covers just now because of your post and found this, which is probably more recent but I thought it was pretty cool.
Can you name them all?
Yup. Did the same thing when I worked at Target.
I'm so glad they shoved Kid Rock in the back. But then I'm pissed that Wes Borland is back there too. He should be closer up.
Only two I don’t recognise are the 2 dudes either side of Kid Rock.
Also how have I only just found this thread.
I think the guy on the left of Kid Rock is Austin Carlile or Mitch Lucker? Is the guy on the right Tom Morello?
Also, what year is that from? Kid Rock hasn’t been Nu Metal in ages.
Dope has 1.2 million
I was thinking that maybe
the guy on the left kinda looks like Jacoby Shaddix top me, but the tattoo on his neck looks more like Austin Carlile, although his bands don't really fit in with the other bands in that picture?!?! The other guy doesn't look like Morello to me, but I don't have a better guess, so...