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NU METAL
HEAVY METAL GENRE
FLORIDA DEATH METAL
BLACK METAL SOUND
NOISE MUSIC
FORMER UNE SORTE
THRASH METAL VENTURE
NORWEGIAN THRASH METAL BAND
CERTAIN THRASH METAL BANDS
AMERICAN THRASH METAL BAND
TEUTONIC THRASH METAL
POINT
EXTREME METAL
CROSSOVER
MID 1980S
DIFFERENT GENRES
STYLE
GUITAR PLAYING
ALBUM
DOOM METAL
SOUND
HEAVY METAL
DEATH METAL
SONGS
HIP HOP
SODOM
METALCORE
GENRE
GERMANY
METAL
BLACK METAL
SUB-GENRE
CROSSOVER THRASH
CRUST PUNK
SUBGENRES
SLAYER
BAND
BANDS
HARDCORE PUNK
GRINDCORE
ANTHRAX
METALLICA
THRASH METAL
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Definitions

  1. Thrash metal is a subgenre of heavy metal music, one of the extreme metal subgenres that is characterised by its high speed and aggression.
  2. Thrash metal is an extreme subgenre of heavy metal that is characterized by its fast tempo and aggression.
  3. Teutonic thrash metal is a type of thrash metal, primarily from Germany.

Nu Metal

  1. The term hardcore has also been applied to what many would consider death metal, nu metal or thrash metal.

Heavy Metal Genre

  1. The new heavy metal genre became known as thrash metal.

Florida Death Metal

  1. Florida death metal was most influential in the mid-1980's to early 1990's before thrash metal and metal music waned in popularity.

Black Metal Sound

  1. The music style was a kind of thrash metal with black metal sound.

Noise Music

  1. It draws on the heaviest and most abrasive of music styles, including Death Metal, Thrash Metal, Hardcore Punk, Industrial Music and Noise Music.

Former Une Sorte

  1. Le style d'Amebix mélangeait des éléments de hardcore punk et d'heavy metal pour former une sorte de thrash metal.

Thrash Metal Venture

  1. After Morbid Visions, Jairo Guedes left the band for another thrash metal venture and Sao Paulo based guitarist Andreas Kisser replaced him.

Norwegian Thrash Metal Band

  1. Batter head, on a snare drum, the head that is struck Battered (band) a Norwegian thrash metal band.

Certain Thrash Metal Bands

  1. During the first half of the 1980s, certain thrash metal bands established a prototype for black metal.

American Thrash Metal Band

  1. Evildead Evildead is an American thrash metal band based in Los Angeles, composed of members of two other bands, Agent Steel and Abbatoir.

Teutonic Thrash Metal

  1. Teutonic thrash metal: Since the mid-eighties the German thrash metal scene spawned dozens of bands, managing to develop its own original style.

Point

  1. By far the band's heaviest album at this point, Power Metal was a mix of 1980s hard rock and thrash metal, sometimes blending both styles in a single song.

Extreme Metal

  1. Slayer's Hell Awaits and Reign in Blood are considered important for the birth of extreme metal, in particular for death metal and teutonic thrash metal.

Crossover

  1. Crossover thrash metal, often abbreviated to crossover,[ 1] is a form of thrash metal that contains more hardcore punk elements than standard thrash.

Mid 1980S

  1. Building off the speed and complexity of thrash metal, death metal came to true prominence by the mid 1980s.

Different Genres

  1. Digital hardcore mixes punk (and sometimes rap) vocals with elements of many different genres, mainly hardcore techno, thrash metal, and noise music.

Style

  1. Painkiller, they claim, gave more exposre to a style of playing heavy metal that was neither traditional heavy metal nor thrash metal.
  2. The new style became known as thrash metal, and later speed metal.

Guitar Playing

  1. The guitar playing is similar to that used in extreme metal genres such as thrash metal, although it is more simplistic.
  2. The guitar playing is similar to that used in speed metal and thrash metal.

Album

  1. The album retains the metal direction, although experiments with strange lyrics and song structures, coming close to thrash metal at times.

Doom Metal

  1. It places more emphasis on creating a specific atmosphere of dread or depression than death metal or thrash metal, something it shares with doom metal.

Sound

  1. They make me think a bit of excel now, but a little more thrash metal in the sound, not as much crossover.

Heavy Metal

  1. They point to bands that exist between heavy metal and thrash metal, most notably in Judas Priest's Painkiller.
  2. Their music blended hardcore punk and heavy metal into a form of early thrash metal.

Death Metal

  1. Deathchain (originally named Winterwolf) is a heavy Metal band which incorporates elements of death metal and thrash metal from Kuopio, Finland.
  2. As heavy metal gave in to the dark, hopeless despair of reality, it evolved into heavier, more brooding forms like thrash metal and death metal.
  3. Doom bands with extreme metal influences tend to favor the growls, shrieks, and screams common in death metal, black metal, and thrash metal.

Songs

  1. The speed and pacing of the songs is what defines thrash metal.

Hip Hop

  1. Elements such as thrash metal and hip hop are also common.
  2. The band's musical influences include death metal as well as thrash metal, blues and even hip hop.

Sodom

  1. On the other end of the world the German bands Destruction, Kreator, and Sodom lead Europe into thrash metal.
  2. Destruction is one of the three big names of teutonic thrash metal; the others are Kreator and Sodom.
  3. Together with their countrymen Kreator and Sodom, Germany's Destruction constituted the dominating triumvirate of Teutonic thrash metal during the 1980s.

Metalcore

  1. It was also a pivotal influence to thrash metal and later grindcore and Metalcore.
  2. Thrash metal and melodic death metal elements are also common in metalcore.

Genre

  1. This style pioneered by Anvil and Exciter (and hell even Motorhead) existed BEFORE thrash metal was a recognized genre.

Germany

  1. Although the sound started in Germany, the Teutonic thrash metal scene are not just bands who are from Germany, but also bands from neighboring nations.

Metal

  1. In the 1980s, metal was dominated by speed and thrash metal, and in many commercial areas by glam and "stadium-anthem" pseudo-metal bands.

Black Metal

  1. Heavy metal is the progenitor of the "metal-family" of genres including black metal, death metal, thrash metal, hair metal and others.
  2. Heavy metal is the progenitor of the "metal-family" of genres including black metal, death metal, thrash metal and others.
  3. The heavy metal related side of its influence came from NWOBHM. From thrash metal emerged other forms of extreme metal, such as black metal and death metal.

Sub-Genre

  1. Speed metal is a loosely defined sub-genre of heavy metal that spawned in the mid-late 1970s and was the direct musical progenitor of Thrash metal.
  2. Death metal is a sub-genre of heavy metal that evolved out of thrash metal during the early 1980s.

Crossover Thrash

  1. Often confused with crossover thrash and sometimes thrash metal, is Thrashcore.

Crust Punk

  1. Grindcore is a fusion of crust punk and thrash metal or death metal.

Subgenres

  1. Hardcore spawned several fusion genres and subgenres, some of which had mainstream success, such as melodic hardcore, metalcore, and thrash metal.
  2. It is one of the major subgenres of heavy metal, which began as an evolution of thrash metal in the 1980s.

Slayer

  1. Slayer is an American thrash metal band from Huntington Park, California, formed in 1981.

Band

  1. Overlord (band), a thrash metal band from Asunción city, Paraguay.
  2. The band lends the listener a sound that blends the genre of glam metal with the shredding guitar work from thrash metal.
  3. Deathchain's musical style incorporates elements of death metal and thrash metal which leads some fans of the band to name the style Deathrash.

Bands

  1. These bands were thrash metal bands that formed the prototype for the later second generation of black metal.
  2. Another footnote to know is that the early Crust Punk bands from 1977-the 1980's influenced Thrash Metal bands that became popular during the 1980's.
  3. Genres such as alternative rock, heavy metal, thrash metal, death metal, black metal and gothic metal are increasingly popular among these bands.

Hardcore Punk

  1. Metalcore, an originally American hybrid of thrash metal and hardcore punk,[ 166] emerged as a commercial force in the mid-2000s.
  2. This stems back to thrash metal in the 1980s, which took tempos and influences from hardcore punk, rather than 1970s heavy metal.
  3. Metalcore combines elements of hardcore punk with heavy metal, thrash metal or extreme metal.

Grindcore

  1. Occasionally, Japcore artists will include elements of heavy metal, thrash metal, anarcho punk, grindcore, horrorpunk, and d-beat in their songs.
  2. Extreme metal is a cross-genre reference to some heavier and aggressive styles of metal including black metal, death metal, grindcore and thrash metal.
  3. Discharge's music influenced hardcore punk, thrash metal, crust punk, grindcore and various extreme metal subgenres.

Anthrax

  1. Many of these bands, along with Anthrax, Ice-T and others also fuse hardcore hip hop with thrash metal and similar influences.
  2. Later in the decade, Ice-T and Anthrax were among the most innovative mixers of thrash metal and hip hop.
  3. Anthrax, an American thrash metal band, have a song entitled Medusa on their "Spreading the Disease" album (1985).

Metallica

  1. The "big four" of thrash metal (the American groups Anthrax, Megadeth, Slayer and Metallica) proved that extreme metal was a commercially viable force.
  2. Hardcore was a primary influence on thrash metal bands such as Metallica and Slayer and, by proxy, an influence on death metal and black metal.
  3. Discharge and other D-beat bands influenced the thrash metal bands of the mid-1980s (particularly Metallica, Anthrax and Sepultura).

Thrash Metal

  1. The "Big Four" bands of thrash metal are Anthrax, Megadeth, Metallica and Slayer, who simultaneously created and popularized the genre in the early 1980s.
  2. The band is credited as one of the “Big Four” of thrash metal, along with Metallica, Anthrax and Megadeth.
  3. Occasionally, Japcore artists will include elements of crust punk, thrash metal, visual kei, anarcho punk, grindcore, horrorpunk, and d-beat in their songs.

Categories

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