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Most Influential Metal Bands, Who are they?
Marcus Siepen
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For me Black Sabbath

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You don't have to take me serious guys but the first ever metal band I've listened to was actually Dream Theater. Other than that: Iron Maiden & Megadeth

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But I also have to admit the Black Sabbath issue... cool.gif

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Of course Black Sabbath. They "invented" metal tongue.gif

But also the following bands (me thinks).

Iron Maiden, Metallica (I'm not a big fan but they will be leaving a huge footstep on the music industry when they leave), Stratovarius (practically created powermetal), Judas Priest, Manowar, Yngwie Malmsteen, Slayer and Pantera. (would trash metal exist without them?)

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I would say Metallica and Iron Maiden. But I would like to add Yngwie Malmsteen's Rising Force... I could name too many bands, guitar players, keyboard players, singers & composers that has been influenced by Malmsteen and his solo band.

QUOTE (Oxac @ Jan 5 2009, 01:27 PM) *
Stratovarius (practically created powermetal),


I think that Helloween (and maybe Blind Guardian & Heaven's Gate?... I don't know, we should ask Mr. Siepen) practically created power metal and then Stratovarius just combined it with Malmsteen influences...

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The Beatles.

They made the song Helter Skelter.

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Touche.

And that is a pretty good point.

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I love Maiden biggrin.gif

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Slayer and Pantera. (would trash metal exist without them?)


I love Slayer, but it's not them who invented trash..... it is Metalllica who started this type of music.

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QUOTE (utak3r @ Jan 5 2009, 07:28 PM) *
I love Slayer, but it's not them who invented trash..... it is Metalllica who started this type of music.

Sort of. ever heard of venom and motorhead? Metallica, with dave mustaine, on guitar, took it to the next level.

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Well...To get Technical...The tree of Metal...

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Very cool find Skenny cool.gif biggrin.gif

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PANTERA!!! Dimebag is one of my biggest influences

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QUOTE (UncleSkillet @ Jan 5 2009, 09:38 PM) *
Very cool find Skenny cool.gif biggrin.gif


Found this tree a while back and I think it covers the metal evolution quite well..Maybe a few left out but close. smile.gif

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QUOTE (skennington @ Jan 5 2009, 09:43 PM) *
Found this tree a while back and I think it covers the metal evolution quite well..Maybe a few left out but close. smile.gif


See people, look at the first branch of the tree. The only real metal band of the bunch is Black Sabbath.

Hence, Black Sabbath were the most infuential metal band of all time. Period!!!!!

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I vote for Black Sabbath! They are awesome. But the other bands mentioned played their part too, no one denies their merit, but BS were the mother of all hard-ons, haha

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Gotta love how Yngwie get's his own line on the chart!

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My personal influence Megadeth, Queensryche and Iron Maiden...these bands seemed to have the sound and feelings to thier music which I most admire....do I think they influenced metal the most...probably not but they influenced me and thats all I can really attest to.

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QUOTE (Guitarman700 @ Jan 6 2009, 03:05 AM) *
Sort of. ever heard of venom and motorhead? Metallica, with dave mustaine, on guitar, took it to the next level.


Yeah, of course I've heard of them (and them) wink.gif
It reminds that trash creator could be just Dave himself... smile.gif

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QUOTE (skennington @ Jan 6 2009, 03:28 AM) *
Well...To get Technical...The tree of Metal...


I'm sorry but that tree is just rubbish.

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