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  1. King Deus's Rock N' Roll/Metal Corner

    #914842015-08-23 23:04:20 *King_Deus said:

    Right, so here's my Rock N' Roll/ Metal Corner.

    Here, I'll be posting music from time to time containing the best rock and metal you'll grab this side of youtube.

    Feel free to discuss the things i post and Feel free to post your own Rock and/or Metal.

    First up is some RUSH- Spirit of the Radio.

    Personally, I like this because of the odd changes of tune in the song, plus the band is Canadian, Like I am. Enjoy.

  2. #915802015-08-26 23:45:48King_Deus said:

    Some roundabout by the Band "Yes".

    Yes are an English rock band formed in 1968 by bassist Chris Squire and singer Jon Anderson.

    Yes first achieved success in the 1970s with a progressive, art and symphonic style of rock music. They are distinguished by their use of mystical and cosmic lyrics, live stage sets, and lengthy compositions, often with complex instrumental and vocal arrangements.

  3. #916312015-08-27 22:30:06King_Deus said:

    Some Favorite Color for you all.

    Tokyo Police Club is an indie rock band from Newmarket, Ontario, Canada. It consists of vocalist and bassist David Monks, keyboardist Graham Wright, guitarist Josh Hook, and drummer Greg Alsop.

  4. #916422015-08-28 02:15:12 *King_Deus said:

    Hallowed Be Thy Name is the eighth and final track on the British heavy metal band Iron Maidens 3rd studio album, The Number of the Beast. The song describes a man's thoughts just before being sent to the gallows. He begins to feel terror and realizes he really is afraid of dying, despite claims that he's not. At the end of the vocal section, the man gets executed; this is followed by a long instrumental section, culminating in his ambiguous final words, Hallowed be thy name.

  5. #930802015-10-27 04:26:04Wolfangle said:

    one of my recent faves

    much different, idk. kinda grungy

    some hardcore shit, give it a few listens and you'll understand what they're saying

    not really heavy, but it's always a fave of mine

    nice classic B)