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    stagnant?? i really hope you are joking. metal is anything BUT stagnant. You're just stuck in a small group of subgenres. Just get away from anything with the word "core" in it and you'll start discovering new things.

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    To the Thread Opener: try to check Acheode.
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    children of bodom!!!!!

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    The last metal band I was really into was White Zombie. To me Astro Creep 2000 is the best sounding metal album i've ever heard.

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    Maybe it is just natural to reach kind of boundaries of a style after some time... I mean, it is like we would all cry what happened to blues... you can still find some good bands, but style as is has not evolved much. It is also true, that every artistic language had its strong period i my opinion, and for metal, that was 80s and 90s... but having said that, metal will live on, there will always some good bands around
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    ​Metal doesn't need to change. It is what it is.

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    every one in the music industry are copying each other, not just in metal -.- Its hard to make new music now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andreas123 View Post
    every one in the music industry are copying each other, not just in metal -.- Its hard to make new music now.

    Not really. It is easier than ever to come up with new music. You just have to not try so hard to fit in. Stand out a little and have some fun. If a musician is already unknown, it really makes sense to just do what he wants.
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    Metal isn't stagnant...

    When I started metal, I looked into metal bands that were all related. Later on, I started to search for bands originating from different countries and I don't think it's stagnant at all.

    I've been listening to a lot of metal from Japan. Don't confuse what I'm talking about with those flashy "visual kei" japanese bands. There are these "circles" (groups of project musicians, instead of a band) that have great original metal composition. Since they are circles, they're not always tied together. Sometimes they move on to other circles or have many at a time. It's really cool to see how different circles can sound, even when they may have the same guitarist, singer, etc.

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