Discussion in 'Slavic Countries General Discussion' started by Darth_Fizyk, Oct 4, 2004.
Darthana, the Metaltropolis and CoF links that Amon gave above are both in the Ampitheatre.
Thank you, Cobranaconda. I might drop by there.
I listen too rock, old school metal (and hevy metal) and punk. My favourite bands are:
Maybe you should come to Metaltropolis, too. Nice place.
i listen r&b
my favourite singers are Whitney Houston, Nina Badric
i also like some 'narodnjaci' like Severina from Croatia
Rolemodel bands: Blind Guardian, Iced Earth, Dragonforce, Moonsorrow, Rhapsody, Krvavi Vrt
I play drumms in a band: Tamnica
Blind Guardian pwns!!!
Tamnica... nice. Have you recorded any of the songs? It would be nice to hear them.
We've come up with a lot of songs. Both music and lyrics, but we never recorded them. One day, hopefully...
The band I still like most is still Apocalyptica
I listen to Apocalyptica too. I've been to their concert this spring. They shared the stage with Rammstein.
I wish I could say the same. They were in Poland, but I don't had chance or time to get to their concert
Rammstein & Apocalyptica on the same stage?! You're kidding me...
Did "Tamnica" ever had any gig in Zagreb?
Covjece vidi ekipe...
Lots of nice bands mentioning in here.
Once again, I'm a prog fan (progresive metel) but I also like other tipes of metal; and rock
I've heard about progressive rock, but metal? could you give me any example?
Dream theatre, Queensryche and Fates Warning -> the 'inventors' of prog
You should have heard about Dream Theatre.
I found out that INDUKTI* are from Poland (maybe you heard about them), and on internet stands that they are prog.
(maybe only few elements of prog... The truth is I never heard for them, just found them...)
damn.... I haven't heard about those bands... :/
Well, then you can go on this link...
Maybe you'll find something you heard.
Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd invented Prog in the 60's, Queensryche weren't until the early 80's.
Dream theatre, Queensryche and Fates Warning
WTH are they?!? Everyone knows Pink Floyd started that progrerssive thing.
Queensryche were a very good 80's band, Dream Theatre were late 80's, and the other one I've not heard of.
Perhaps he means Prog Metal though, instead of Prog Rock.
Yeah... That's why I asked about examples
No! We are just playing in "secrecy" of my parents house.
Exactly, I read someware Prog means Progresive metal, I'm not sure about that,
but I'm quite sure it doesn't mean Progresive rock.
Dream theatre and Queensryche are the first who took progressive elements and mixed them with metal like
Metallica, Megadeth, Black Sabbath... play
Well... from this site it seems, that Prog means all progressive music