Well, it seems I'll be very busy next few months... I already have tickets for four gigs at this time, but first of all comes Kvelertak in Prague (8th of October). Excited to see them, they are awesome. How do they call it? Black n roll? That's pretty close
@Marmetal: Yeah, I've read some really positive reviews. I'm looking forward to it sooo much! "Meir" is such an amazing album, one of my favourites so far. Definitely deserves one of the top ranks in my "2013 selection".
MissHurricane wrote: @Marmetal: Thanks I'm trying to be open-minded and pick up the best from everything (not just in music). Nice to see there are more people like this.
You can just call me Martin . And that's good, it's obvious I like heavy rock the most as well but it's part of all the fun to explore, discover new music, bands, also from different genres. As long as I like what I hear and it's honest - I don't care how do you call it, I don't like to put labels. It's either good and enjoyable or... not for me .
OK Martin )
Exactly, I couldn't say it better. It's so sad that people today are so judgemental, even before they really listen to the band, read the book etc. Damn blindness. I think many people are afraid of being banished from the community by confessing they like something else which don't go so well with the "image"... And maybe for a good reason. Many metalheads around me would offend me for listening to Wu-Tang Clan, hip hopers would laugh at me because of listenning to Johnny Cash... Gosh, their world must be so full of borders and barriers Poor ones.
Thank you and well said Petra, well said . It's okay when people don't wanna listen to something else or like just one specific style of music, but it's a shame when people miss out on good things just because they wanna be considered as "true". That's silly and childish . People used to be surprised I'm the biggest Metallica fan on the planet but I also really like bands like Mötley Crüe. Thrash and glam!? Yes, I love both! Accept that or not. I like Gojira too and sometimes I listen to Arctic Monkeys or The Kills . That's me, I like the music which moves me and creates that special feeling, I don't care if it's called death metal or indie rock. Of course I have my favorite genres (as mentioned above) but I'm trying not to limit myself because music is too beautiful to be stuck with the same bands/artists all your life .