Top 10 Beverages That Describe Metal SubgenresMetal_Treasure
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Strong yet aromatic (melodic). Nice color. A popular and classic pleasure.
Activated mode: Metallica - Whiskey In The Jar. - Metal_Treasure
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No color, not much flavour. It's very strong - right to the point. - Metal_Treasure
Not strong but white wine lowers your blood pressure and this can help you fall asleep... - Metal_Treasure
A much nicer, subtler approach. Usually the weakest of them all - Songsta41
A glass of red wine is like "Vain Glory Opera" by Edguy - red is a powerful color, so are the rhythm, melody and chorus to this song. - Metal_Treasure
Not very strong but can get your blood pumping. - Metal_Treasure
Moderately strong but aromatic and classy. Not very popular.
Activated mode: Blind Guardian - Wheel Of Time. - Metal_Treasure
Bourbon whiskey is a type of American whiskey made primarily from corn. The name is ultimately derived from the French Bourbon dynasty, although it is disputed whether Bourbon Street in New Orleans or Bourbon County in Kentucky inspired the whiskey's name.
Groove metal originated in America and is a very American subgenre based on thrash but with lots of Southern music influences. Phil Anselmo of Pantera is of French, Italian and Danish heritage. - Metal_Treasure
Folk metal actually sounds like metal covers of folk songs, sometimes with black metal elements. - Metal_Treasure
Speed Metal can be as fast and technical as thrash but speed metal is more melodic and less abrasive than thrash.
Activated mode: Helloween - Ride The Sky - Metal_Treasure
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