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I finally find the song, but the style is rock: If I fail - Mono inc. This band is come from german.


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Mosh pits and circle pits are the same thing, with the only real distinction being the particular motion of the people within them at any given point in time. It's quite common for a pit to switch back and forth between random moshing and circular motion throughout a show. There is no difference in how or where they form within a crowd. Moshing evolved (more ...


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Easy... it's Alchemy. His birthday is June 6, 1960. That makes him a Gemini sun and Scorpio moon. Scorpio is a water sign, and the "V" in the logo is the glyph for water. Gemini is an air sign, and the "A" in the logo is the glyph for air. The "I/eye" is very close to the glyph for the sun. He really is an Alchemist of ...


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It's a self-parody. Limp Bizkit used to be a young band, now Fred Durst is old enough to be the dad of today's young generation. Here are a few of the specific lines: Check out your dad with the swag on the floor Swag, short for swagger, it means cocky masculine confidence and style. Momma gon' brag when I walk in the door No dad without a mom, right? ...


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Even as a native speaker I'm struggling a little with this one (it uses some slang I'm not really familiar with), but overall the song's about being an ex-rockstar dad, the stereotype of a middle-aged/old man who "used to be cool" but has now settled down with a family. The general thrust of the song is that even though trends have changed, he's ...


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I am not aware of any (metal) bands doing this, but this guitar cover of Devourment's Shroud of Encryption uses a capo, and arguably belongs to the heavier side of metal:


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I believe that it's bands like Wardruna, which is founded by Einar Selvik & Ghaal (who played together in Gorgoroth in the early 00s), who paved the way for (Norse inspired) ambient/acoustic/dark folk bands to get a following in the metal community. The members of Heilung are indeed no (ex-)metal musicians though. Kai Uwe Faust is a tattoo artist who ...


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According to the wikipedia entry about the 'No rest for the Wicked tour' the song did not feature on the tour. On a fan website, "ysis2" offers this explanation I think this song kinda correlated to the John McCollum suicide lawsuit brought against Ozzy around 1987 (Another similar situation around this time occurred with Judas Priest where they ...


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