folk metal - Jagermeister - No brainer here for me. If i got some good folk on, definately need some Jager and not just drink it, but stare at the bottle intently as the music is playing. The bottle itself, with its stag on the label staring back at me, the green tinge to the glass with the german writing stating where the distillery is. Since i am not bad ass enough to make my own mead, HERB LIQUOR sounds like a worthy alternative. I mean its made with like roots and stuff right? The twangs of those bows just get more resonating after each pour. Alas, I dont have a horn to drink out of tho.. yet
black metal - Red Wine - Ever since I saw Metal: a Headbanger's Journey, and saw the bit on Gaahl, i knew that this was how I would alcoholically enhance my black metal experiences. Just some rouge in a wine glass, with some incense candles lit, and a small portable handheld fan with plastic blades to every now and then hit myself with. GRIM AS FUCK
thrash metal- Cheap beer- Of course. the perfect fuel for a sick air guitar and headbanging on the couch session. and the cheaper the better. for my fellow canadians im talking pabst blue ribbon, or labbatt blue. or a bavarian pilsener. no lager tho. this isnt glam metal
doom metal - scotch - doom metal, whether it be traditional/drone/funeral/stoner etc, is such a gentlemanly subgenre. whenever i have a track on i can totally picture having this in the background in one of those Wiser's commercials with a bunch of metalheads in suits with cigars. eating steak. so for me what gets me in the foreboding mood is a nice glass of scotch whiskey on the rocks. johnnny walker black label. glenfiddich.
death metal - rye or american whiskey- on the other hand, death metal calls for some no nonsense rye whiskey. jack daniels straight up, pounding gulps of jim beans bourbon as you break your neck headbanging and throwing shit around in your room. CROWN ROYAL AND COKE.
whats your drink??!?