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Forskjellige typer metall


Agif

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Her er det som kommer opp som Hard Rock Styles på allmusic.com. Om trådstarter er ute etter diskusjon heller enn oppramsing har jeg god forståelse fra det, men denne listen kan i alle fall fungere som et greit utgangspunkt, uten for mange spinnville varianter...

Blues-Rock

Christian Metal

Hard Rock

Southern Rock

Thrash

Death Metal/Black Metal

Glam Rock

Grindcore

Heavy Metal

Speed Metal

Hair Metal

Arena Rock

Alternative Metal

British Metal

Boogie Rock

Industrial Metal

Rap-Metal

Guitar Virtuoso

Progressive Metal

Neo-Classical Metal

Album Rock

Aussie Rock

Pop-Metal

Rap-Rock

New Wave of British Heavy Metal

Detroit Rock

Glitter

Punk Metal

Stoner Metal

Scandinavian Metal

Goth Metal

Doom Metal

Symphonic Black Metal

Sludge Metal

Power Metal

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Avant garde metal -- Sometimes called experimental

Black metal -- Considered to be an extreme sub-genre of metal

Celtic metal is a fusion between Celtic music and Metal, usually Black Metal

Classic metal -- Characterised by thumping fast bass lines, fast, but less heavy and more melodic riffs, extended lead guitar solos

Dark metal -- A style combining Black, Death, Doom Metal

Death metal -- An extreme style of metal with low-pitched guitars and growling, often incomprehensible vocals.

Doom metal -- Inspired largely by the lumbering dirges and stoned

Folk metal -- Folk Metal incorporates folk music instruments or themes

Glam metal -- Glam Metal is the genre where musicians wear make-up, which is meant to shock people or to scare people

Gothic metal -- A fusion of the bleak, icy atmospherics of goth rock with the loud guitars and aggression of heavy metal

Grindcore -- Influenced by thrash metal, and also hardcore and punk, that takes its name from the "grinding

Groove metal -- A derivative of thrash metal incorporating closed mid-placed thrash riffs, overt drumming, groovish styling, and occasional clean vocals

Melodic death metal -- An offshoot of death metal, featuring melodic guitar riffs (sometimes acoustic

Neo-classical metal -- incorporates elements or melodies from classical music

New wave of British heavy metal

New wave of American heavy metal

Power metal -- Features fantasy or science fiction themes, and it is mostly characterised by clean, melodic, high pitched

Progressive metal -- combines elements of progressive rock and heavy metal

Rap Metal -- A grenre of metal that institutes the vocal and lyrical form of Rap

Speed metal -- Features fantasy or science fiction themes, and it is often characterised by falsetto vocals

Stoner metal -- Also referred to as stoner rock, it overlaps with doom metal, and features heavy, sometimes slow, sluggish

Thrash metal -- incorporated hardcore punk's speed with traditional metal

Traditional metal

Viking metal -- Unlike what most people think, this is not just metal with Norse-themed lyrics

Alternative metal -- A term used to describe styles of metal which are considered to be unique or experimental

Party metal -- Also referred to as Pop metal, it features lyrics celebrating drinking, rock or metal music, sex, and related topics.

Christian metal -- This category can be any style of metal featuring explicitly Christian lyrics or themes; also called White Metal

Comedy metal -- Not really a metal sub-genre. Features pronounced humour and comedy.

Epic metal -- Related to (or synonymous with) Battle metal, Epic Metal incorporates high fantasy and related elements

Extreme metal -- Not a specific genre but a broader definition of some heavier and aggressive styles

Hair metal -- was a commercially popular style of metal in the 1980s

Industrial metal -- features elements of dance music, techno, and heavy, distorted guitars

Metalcore -- This style is a fusion between hardcore and thrash Metal

Noise metal -- This style is focused on heavy bass feedback and often chaotic and psychedelic rhythms

Nu metal -- Features a pronounced hip hop influence, and guitar technique is often different from "traditional metal

Punk Metal -- Punk Metal is a musical genre which emerged in the early 1980s

Symphonic metal -- Prominently considered a subgenre by many

Tech metal -- characterised by a show of skill, changeable, sometimes jazz-like time signatures and drumming patterns, and often dissonant or atonal guitar riffs.

True metal -- This term was coined back in the 1980s by U.S. band Manowar

US metal -- A term used to describe what is called the "American school of power metal

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Er nok ikke helt enig i alle de beskrivelsene, men det er jo en debatt som aldri tar slutt og stadig nye sjangerbegreper dukker opp...

Symphonic epic hollywood metal... hehe.. :D

Bare for a ta noen eksempel:

Death metal er et mye videre begrep. Er f.eks ikke alltid nedstemte gitarer. Er også utallige undergrupper...

Speed metal er jo betegnelsen thrash hadde i starten (les us speed), mens speed i europa blir en ekstrem side av power...

Orker ikke gå videre. Har blitt diskutert alt for mye før...

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