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Under music we should have a Modern Rock category.I listen to music that I consider Heavy Metal like A7X but a lot of people consider that Modern Rock.Also,music I consider metal like 5FDP a lot of people consider that Modern Rock.Where do groups like Halestorm,Ghost B.C.,Stone Sour,Otep and John 5 fit in?

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Where do groups like Halestorm,Ghost B.C.,Stone Sour,Otep and John 5 fit in?

The garbage can perhaps?? :axe::whistle:

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Stone Sour and Halestorm are awesome. I don't know too much about the others. Halestorm should be here but not too sure about Stone Sour.

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I agree with nyoilers on the category add.

I won't get into the debate of if bands should be here on HH or not. Stone Sour has a lot of very melodic gems in their catalog and I like them very much, but they can also have moments in songs of "ARGGG, ARRGG, Motherf*ckers, ARRGGG, my pants are too tight, F me, ARRGGG!!!!"

 

Agree with Chris, Halestorm would be a nice addition.

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Oily is talking about a "Modern Rock" section on the forums. I believe some of you are thinking he's calling for certain bands to be included in the database. By the way, Halestorm is already in the database.

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Under music we should have a Modern Rock category.I listen to music that I consider Heavy Metal like A7X but a lot of people consider that Modern Rock.Also,music I consider metal like 5FDP a lot of people consider that Modern Rock.Where do groups like Halestorm,Ghost B.C.,Stone Sour,Otep and John 5 fit in?

Did you try submitting them to the Brutal Metal pages?

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:help:I'm just a rookie here.I don't know what the brutal metal pages are !

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Under music we should have a Modern Rock category.I listen to music that I consider Heavy Metal like A7X but a lot of people consider that Modern Rock.Also,music I consider metal like 5FDP a lot of people consider that Modern Rock.Where do groups like Halestorm,Ghost B.C.,Stone Sour,Otep and John 5 fit in?

Did you try submitting them to the Brutal Metal pages?

 

 

I think you lot are still mistaken. He's asking for a new category under The Music! for Modern Rock. He's not requesting that more Modern Rock bands be added to the Heavy Harmonies database.

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Yes,Listen to KarpetRyd ! Here are the music categories1)AOR and Hard Rock 2)Sleaze Glam 3)Heavy Metal 4)Christian Rock and Metal 5)Prog Rock and Metal

 

We need a 6th Category-Modern Rock

Groups like the ones I mentioned should have their own category and not be lumped in with other musical styles like classical,rap,jazz,etc...

What exactly is Prog Rock and Metal? Is there such a thing as metal prog rock?

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Yes,Listen to KarpetRyd ! Here are the music categories1)AOR and Hard Rock 2)Sleaze Glam 3)Heavy Metal 4)Christian Rock and Metal 5)Prog Rock and Metal

 

We need a 6th Category-Modern Rock

Groups like the ones I mentioned should have their own category and not be lumped in with other musical styles like classical,rap,jazz,etc...

What exactly is Prog Rock and Metal? Is there such a thing as metal prog rock?

Progressive Rock and Progressive Metal. One is heavier than the other - naturally - but I won't say which one.

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Yes,Listen to KarpetRyd!

Oh, and let's just dwell on this a minute. ;}

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Im thinking a tv / movie category

Yeah, I think perhaps a few more categories could clean things up a bit more.

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So looking this up Dream Theater is considered progressive metal? I thought Tool would be modern rock but I guess they are progressive metal.But I consider ELP to be prog rock and they are in the same category as Tool.That makes as much sense as Jethro Tull and Metallica being in the same category !

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Yes,Listen to KarpetRyd!

Oh, and let's just dwell on this a minute. ;}

Lets not

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^^^Why not? I see that you like Modern Rock ! If there was a category for this we could have a lot of musical discussions !

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Yes,Listen to KarpetRyd!

Oh, and let's just dwell on this a minute. ;}
Lets not

I've received nothing but hate from you lately, Glen. What's up? ;}

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^^^^ Maybe he found out you're an American like I am !

You're both 87 platinum records and a drug addiction to match-what's up with that?

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^^^^ Maybe he found out you're an American like I am

And now you're takin' the piss.

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^^^^ Maybe he found out you're an American like I am

And now you're takin' the piss.

 

Yeah. Don't you know he's from India...?

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Indiana?

No. The country India. ;)

Pfft. Bloody Americans. Don't realize there's a world outside of America. ;}

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Yes,Listen to KarpetRyd!

Oh, and let's just dwell on this a minute. ;}
Lets not
I've received nothing but hate from you lately, Glen. What's up? ;}

Hate lol?? I only ever piss take.

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