3. Jan. 2011, 13:40 von Food_For_Cat
20. Sep. 2009, 20:06 von Egg21The following is a list of all 597 artist I know of with “instrumental” and “metal” somewhere in the first 5 tags. This could be almost instrumental, post-metal. For more information see Last.fm artists search part 1
In average the play count is 87,070.3 and average number of listeners is 3945.4. The list is sorted by plays/listeners ratio.
#. artist name, plays/listeners = ratio, tag, tag, tag, tag, tag, streamable
1. Almond Eye: 825/5 = 165.0, progressive metal, instrumental, polish, great, favorite, 0
2. Piano Slayer: 1439/10 = 143.9, metal, rock, instrumental, finnish, niken turha tagi, 1
3. KONAMI 矩形波倶楽部: 1290/9 = 143.3, metal, rock, japanese, instrumental, hard rock, 0
4. Empires: 724402/6000 = 120.7, post-metal, post-rock, sludge, instrumental, rock, 0
5. Kemman: 12849/111 = 115.8, metal, rock, instrumental rock, post rock, instrumental, 1
6. Visit Me in the Frozen Torso Heap: 106/1 = 106.0, metal, hardcore, noise, instrumental, experimental, 0
24. Jul. 2009, 23:12 von PhiL666Comme tous mélomanes ont leur collection de disques, voici la mienne..
1979 - Highway to Hell
2009 - Black Sails at Midnight
1997 - Stress
2009 - XX Metal
2005 - Doomsday Machine
2007 - Rise of the Tyrant
Austrian Death Machine
2008 - Total Brutal
2009 - Double Brutal
1990 - By Inheritance
2009 - Profugus Mortis
Blinded By Faith
2003 - Under an Occult Sun
2007 - Weapons of Mass Distraction
2004 - Blistered Earth
Children of Bodom
1999 - Hatebreeder
2000 - Follow the Reaper
2003 - Hate Crew Deathroll
2005 - Are You Dead Yet?
2006 - Stockholm Knockout Live (DVD)
2003 - Freddy VS Jason Soundtrack
2005 - Inhuman Rampage
2003 - DevilDriver
2005 - The Fury of Our Maker's Hand
2006 - The Fury of Our Maker's Hand (Special Edition)
2007 - The Last Kind Words
2007 - The Dethalbum
14. Jun. 2009, 17:57 von PrydeAs you probably know: in many countries already exist some rock leagues, where the many rock artist compete in a championship. There's also the idea for some international Cup, and i thought Canada can't missing that!
If you're not familiar with this whole thing starting all over LastFM, check out this group:
FIRA - Federal International Rock Association
So this is my try to start an Canadian Rock League. If you want to take part of this project, join here:
The Canadian Rock League
The first thing we need to start this, are some rock artist!
You can name now 10 artist that should participate in the canadian league system.
Please make shure, that these artists are really:
- rock (includes punk and metal)
No matter if they are dead or alive, bands or solo artists.
You can name 10 artists or less. If you name more than ten, I'll only count the first ten.
The voting will be open until 30th June.
So there's some time to promote this league and work on the details.
25. Dez. 2008, 22:26 von maidenhellIndustrial Radio
Industrial metal is a musical genre that draws from industrial music and heavy metal, using repeating metal guitar riffs, sampling, synthesizer or sequencer lines, and distorted vocals.Founding industrial metal groups include Ministry, Godflesh, and KMFDM.Eventually it reached a mass audience, led by the "one-man-band" Nine Inch Nails.
Industrial metal's new-found popularity led to some criticism from other artists associated with the industrial scene. Subsequently, it is most well-known in various European permutations. Industrial metal groups have produced many acclaimed music videos, and the impact of the style has been reflected in many other genres of music, including hardcore punk, glam metal, and hip-hop.
Artists You Should Know
Aborym//...and Oceans//2wo//A Dark Halo//American Head Charge//Anaal Nathrakh//Artifact//Atrocity//Battery Cage//Biomechanical//Blaze Bayley//Blut aus Nord//BUCK-TICK//Carfax…
22. Dez. 2007, 2:23 von McNasty2007As you might see I my list contains a majority of thrash. :)
Andralls - Force Against Mind
Andralls - Inner Trauma
Atrophy - Violent by Nature
Blind Guardian - Somewhere Far Beyond
Blood Tsunami - Thrash Metal
Death - The Sound of Perseverance
Dekapitator - The Storm Before The Calm
Dethklok - The Dethalbum
Evile - Enter The Grave
Exodus - Bonded By Blood
Exodus - Tempo of the Damned
Exodus - Shovel Headed Kill Machine
Exodus - The Atrocity Exhibition Exhibit A
Fatal Embrace - Dark Pounding Steel
Flotsam & Jetsam - Doomsday For The Deceiver
Flotsam & Jetsam - No Place For Disgrace
Gojira - From Mars To Sirius
Hammerfall - Legacy of Kings
I - Between Two Worlds
Immortal - At The Heart of Winter
Immortal - Sons of a Northern Darkness
Judas Priest - Defenders of the Faith
Judas Priest - Painkiller
King Diamond - Abigail
Kreator - Pleasure To Kill
Kreator - Terrible Certainty
Kreator - Extreme Aggression
Kreator - Enemy of God
Megadeth - Peace Sells ... But Who's Buying?
2. Nov. 2007, 16:20 von maxi
30. Jun. 2007, 13:42 von kirkvanhendrixLast update - 1 Apr 2008
8 Foot Sativa
Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O.
24. Feb. 2007, 14:16 von DominoDubThe Wire's own website has lists for 1994 - 2006
These few years are not on the site !
Has anyone got older ones ?
The Wire 1992 Albums of the year
1. Arrested Development - 3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life of
2. Don Byron - Tuskegee Experiment
3. Ornette Coleman/Howard Shore - Naked Lunch: Original Soundtrack
4.Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy - Hypocrisy Is The Greatest Luxury
5. Kronos Quartet - Pieces Of Africa
6. Madonna - Erotica
7. Sonic Youth - Dirty
8. Pavement - Slanted And Echanted
9. James MacMillan - The Confessions Of Isobel Gowdie
10. Beastie Boys - Check Your Head
11. Neil Young- Harvest Moon
12. Spiritualized - Lazer Guided Melodies
13. Tom Waits - Bone Machine
14. Bahia Black - Ritual Beating System
15. L7 - Bricks Are Heavy
16. Brian Eno - Nerve Net
17. Courtney Pine- To The Eyes Of Creation
18. Godflesh - Pure
6. Sep. 2006, 21:36 von kry716We were in the presence of genius last night. Multiple geniuses, in fact. Guys and gals with an incredible amount of talent and a dedication to match. Whether or not everyone that was at The Drunken Unicorn last night completely realized the gravity of what was unfolding before them is debatable. But even those who didn't fully understand the skills that were being displayed last night enjoyed the hell out of the show.
The show opened with a new emcee who goes by the name of Prolific (edit: Prolyphic). A couple interesting facts about Prolyphic: 1) last night was his first ever performance (last night was the opening night of the "Quit Your Dead End Job" tour). 2) all of his beats are produced by Reanimator, which came as quite a surprise to me. Reanimator provides a solid fondation of beats upon which to build a rap career. The performance in and of itself was nothing special, but for it being his first performance ever, it was pretty fucking impressive.