Some articles on metals, metal band, metal, band, folk metal, bands:
... The nature of metals has fascinated mankind for many centuries, because these materials provided people with tools of unsurpassed properties both in war and in their preparation and ...
... Vardis were an influential three-piece heavy metal band from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, who enjoyed hits between 1978 and 1986 ... They formed a prominent part of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal scene, then prevalent in the United Kingdom ... The band were originally formed under the name 'Quo Vardis' (Latin for wither goest thou) because they did not know which direction they were going ...
... Although progressive metal and experimental metal both favor experimentation and non-standard ideas, there are rather large differences between the two genres ... The experimentation of progressive metal has a strong emphasis on technicality and theoretical complexity ... For avant-garde metal, most of the experimentation is in the use of unusual sounds and instruments - being more unorthodox and questioning of musical ...
... Popular subjects in folk metal include paganism, nature, fantasy, mythology and history ... Folk metal has been associated with paganism ever since its inception, when Martin Walkyier left his former band Sabbat to form Skyclad, in part because the ... The band Cruachan was also founded by a self-described pagan, Keith Fay ...
... (and sometimes Europe) featuring performances by many heavy metal and hard rock musical groups ... The Ozzfest tour has featured bands of a variety of genres within heavy metal and hard rock, including alternative metal, thrash metal, industrial metal, metalcore, hardcore punk, deathcore, nu ...
Famous quotes containing the words bands, folk and/or metal:
“Nearly all the bands are mustered out of service; ours therefore is a novelty. We marched a few miles yesterday on a road where troops have not before marched. It was funny to see the children. I saw our boys running after the music in many a group of clean, bright-looking, excited little fellows.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)
“the yonge sonne
Hath in the Ram his halfe cours yronne,
And smale foweles maken melodye,
That slepen al the nyght with open eye
So priketh hem nature in hir corages
Thanne longen folk to goon on pilgrimages,”
—Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?1400)
“And, indeed, is there not something holy about a great kitchen?... The scoured gleam of row upon row of metal vessels dangling from hooks or reposing on their shelves till needed with the air of so many chalices waiting for the celebration of the sacrament of food. And the range like an altar, yes, before which my mother bowed in perpetual homage, a fringe of sweat upon her upper lip and the fire glowing in her cheeks.”
—Angela Carter (19401992)