Top 10 YouTube Videos About Metal MusicSome videos are good because they are useful - they explain and demonstrate accurately certain things in metal music. Some of them are also funny.
I've watched more vids of this type but forgot their titles and authors and now I can't find them.
There were good instructional vids among them.
In the light of the recent discussions on what is metal and what is not, this video is very useful. Metal is often confused with punk.
Agreed. This is my favorite music video there.
It presents power metal features correctly, except the focus on DragonForce style (the song he wrote sounds like a DF song).
My favorite part is when he talks about power metal drum beats - "boot camp, booty camp". LOL.
Power metal vocals part is funny but he doesn't exaggerate - vocals in this subgenre are really demanding.
This video as good. But the problem was I couldn't see the strumming of this video.
Jared Dines is the vocalist for deathcore band Dissimulator and drummer for 2 more bands.
I think it's very interesting.
Both part 1 and 2 are very helpful. Once I said about this. What's the difference between metal and punk. I knew nobody would believe me. But when I found this video, Jackpot! All the things I said were exactly accurate. Charlie Parra del Riego have also made other videos too. Those are helpful too.
He plays 7-string bass.
It was nice to see some good but underrated guitarists on this video, such as Timo Tolkki of Stratovarius and Jani of Sonata Arctica.
This video includes some other genres as well. But just give five minutes for this video. And you'll almost the whole genres of metal. You'll know how metal songs are played and what's the differences.
There's nothing funny here, just a drum cam shows his drumming technique and how he gets that crazy speed.
I believe it'll clear some of the misunderstanding. Great video.
Thanks for this video, zxm. I didn't know it and it's really very good - good quality, you can see everything, and I like Alex Skolnick.
By the way, I didn't think you were wrong - most of the time metal guitarists use 2-3 strings.
I recently found this. Remember when I said metal riffs are based on two or three strings. Well, you could call me wrong. But would you call Alex Skolnick wrong? (to the troll visitor).
Thanks for adding this zxm - I didn't know it but I liked it very much. I was surprised he mentioned Gary Moore - a guitarist I like but who's very underrated and not well known.
This video is another good video.
I've seen this one at least twice. It's hilarious.
Insane fretless bass playing in a prog/technical death metal song. Bassist - Dominic "Forest" Lapointe.
And he's left-handed.