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Rock/Metal/Thrash/Death/Prog/Grunge and any other type of LOUD music
#1
As above for those of us who like to turn it up to 11 \m/ Music/interviews/concerts put it in here 8-) 8)

I will start with an old classic ]:->

[video=youtube]http://youtu.be/S6LL5iA6y9o[/video]

Manson....

[video=youtube]http://youtu.be/alFpBTx2DxY[/video]
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#2
The dead boys!
Best debut album for a punk band imo. Must check out "sonic reducer"

Black sabbath always do for a loud blast of annoyance for the bus stop crowd at 5pm who talk too loud on their phone.



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#3
Just thought i should share Mine and Blods song...We met to this dainty tune and it holds a special place in our hearts 8-) 8)

[video=youtube]http://youtu.be/qiMaOmDtaYI[/video]

My favorite Germans, not their best track, but a great video ;) ;-)

[video=youtube]http://youtu.be/ImBphVYOrI8[/video]

Fine Noise ... Disposable Heroes done by Chimaira 8-) 8)

[video=youtube]http://youtu.be/Oo00md6Lch4[/video]
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#5
For all those Necrophilia fans :-D :D :-d :d



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A bit cheesy but it sure gets the foot tapping
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#8
8-) 8) a nice morning track

[video=youtube]http://youtu.be/nR_LSZkJkmo[/video]

[video=youtube]http://youtu.be/6uE0cksFJj4[/video]
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#9
This might have the same fate as a trance thread I once knew...........

JOKE....
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[video=youtube]http://youtu.be/STKYogihTio[/video]

[video=youtube]http://youtu.be/6utdlMvuD74[/video]

[video=youtube]http://youtu.be/JNDbyVGLb4c[/video]
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