Opeth-Blackwater Park, good starting or great starting point?
And what after that?
Also, do Priest do any albums with a sound similar to Painkiller?
Last edited by Bouffant_Betty; 03-12-2010 at 08:55 AM.
Blackwater Park's a really good starting point, I would go to either Ghost Reveries or Still Life afterwards.
A friend of mine was playing some instrumental hip hop stuff for me a while ago, but I don't know any of the artists, or even what the genre was. So I can't even search for more stuff like that, help? He just called it "b-boy music", for breakdancing and whatnot. It sounded pretty sweet though!
I'm looking to get into some music sung by Tim 'Ripper' Owens, as well as something sounding similar to The Dead Weather. Also, I'm wanting some indie rock sounding similar to Explosions in the Sky. Suggestions?
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Stoner/heavy/sludge stuff like High on Fire, Bison BC, Saviours, or War Pigs. And yes, I know all the obvious bands that don't really sound like what I'm asking for (Sleep, Electric Wizard, sHEAVY, Acid King, the Sword, etc.). Keep it specific to the sound I want, if possible.
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@N4sc4r: There really isn't anything that sounds like the Dead Weather except a little bit of the Kills or White Stripes...
Try the Parlor Mob for bands with a similar style?
Y'all remind me of my grandsons but they like Ice Cube movies so I can't never speak to them again. Excuse me, I'ma get me some Kool-aid.
Can someone recommend me some good fusion metal bands?
Trip hop recommendations? I already know a good amount of the obvious stuff (UNKLE, Massive Attack, Portishead, so on)
Would you pay for music by Beck?
What if you heard he owned a plane made of gold?
Good, because he needs the money.