What death Metal bands are satanic?
Possessed (Seven Churches Album)
Definitely not. There are tons of Christian Death Metal bands and many death metal bands who have Christians in them. "Death Metal" is a musical genre, not a lyrical genre.
Yes, it is. In fact the lead guitarist worships satan. Most metal, heavy metal adn death metal bands are satanic
Zyklon is Blackened Death Metal, and is Atheist
Tiamat, for Satanic doom metal. Emperor, Immortal, Gorgoroth, Darkthrone, Behemoth, et al for black metal. Occasionally a death metal band will have satanic influences (Slayer, for example, had mildly satanic vocals). Be aware, however, no matter how much "satanic" "metal" you listen to, you will not automatically: Take over the world (probably) Be able to steal people's souls Be awesome, or grim, kvlt und truly metal ;)
They are neither Satanic nor a Death Metal band, especially in their current form.
Far too many.
Heaven shall burn is not necessarily "satanic". some of their lyrics might depict certain antichrist like themes, not to mention that their name is pretty satanic sounding. its not like actual satanic bands like pretty much all of that under the Black Metal genre. And certain Death Metal bands like Deicide. No, Heaven Shall Burn is simply a badass melodic death metal band. Actually, no, Heaven Shall Burn is not a "satanic" band. They actually… Read More
No. If you want to listen to a "Satanic" metal band, try Behemoth.
There are a lot of death metal bands. Starting back in the early eighties.
No, and most other progressive metal bands aren't either
In short - No. Dimmu Borgir's music is considered to be "Symphonic Black Metal" and neither the band nor the band members have ever officially affiliated themselves with any religious stream. At times, Black Metal bands are assumed to be "satanic" due to the dark vibe and lyrics. In reality, there is an actual stream of what is called "Satanic black Metal". That is to say, Black Metal bands that consider themselves to be "Satanic"… Read More
There are some bands I am not very sure of, but I do know that Slayer is, and Godsmack. Tiamat. Without a doubt, they are one of the most explicitly, obviously, purposefully Satanic bands around (and actually still have a brilliant sound). The songs "Cain", "Return of the son of nothing" and "Clovenhoof" make that quite clear. Darkthrone and their ilk could also be considered satanic, to an extent. Most of the old black metal… Read More
Death Metal & Screamoslipknot,cradle of filth, korn <- are all nice hard rock bands (except Filth, which is a fine death metal band). Actually satanic bands include such fine examples Darkthrone, Immortal, Emperor, Gorgoroth, Behemoth, and Tiamat; among many others. Check out the subgenre "black metal" (which is, by definition, satanic). Cradle of Filth, Death Metal? Yeah... I don't think so. Most bands professing to be Satanists do it only for show - there is… Read More
Death Metal has roots in Sweden. The excitement for Death Metal spread and by the late 1980's, many bands were created. Some of the most notable bands include Slayer, Kreator, Celtic Frost, and Venom.
The most rock,metal bands are some kind of satanic but some bands are Christian like Chevelle,Flyleaf,Nine Lashes,30 seconds to mars and many more.Some bands are not Christian but their members are.
Don't know of any bands that ate them, but when Dead from Mayhem shot himself one of the other members made his skull into necklaces.
People have different opinions on whether it is satanic or not, but I don't really think it is. Some of us just like to rock out and turn up the volume. It's a good way to let out your anger and depression. It also depends on the lyrics. Just because they curse and scream doesn't mean it's about Satan and all that stuff. If that's what the lyrics are like in a different song, then… Read More
NO! it's not considered a sin. and i have some friends who are happy it's not. :)
Slipknot Slipknot are not 'death metal' they are nu metal. You want a 'death metal' band look into ABACABB, Nile or Job for a Cowboy. Also try The Black Dahlia Murder they are Melodic death metal.
Some of the best death metal bands have been Death, Possessed, Morbid Angel, Carcass and Obituary.
kiss heartbreakers and many others that i dont know ^^ If these bands are Satanist, then I would be afraid of the bands i currently listen to. These bands are probably more Christian than Satanist. Neither of those are true Satanists. Check out the black metal scene, bands like Mayhem etc. Then Marilyn Manson is a Priest of the Church of Satan, although there aren't that many true Satanists outside of black metal. It is… Read More
Stryper is the only one I know of that is metal, but no Christian band is going to promote death.
(Please see discussion before adding to this answer) Unfortunately I can't give you a real answer to this as it all comes down to taste unless you compare bands by record sales so instead, I suggest this should be a list of any (in your opinion) good death metal bands, including fusion and sub-genres such as melodeath, blackened death, and death/doom. Death metal bands Death Melodic death metal bands Dark Tranquility At The Gates Norther… Read More
No, it is not true. The Death Bat is not satanic. However, it is often mistaken as 'satanic', but it is not.
No, the Death Bat is not satanic. It is often mistaken as satanic by people, mostly Christians, but it is not.
No real statistics on this, not to mention numbers would be skewed based on what the perceptions of Death Metal are by various people... for example, a lot of the purists (myself included) tend to exclude these Gothenburg/"Melodeath" bands, which tend to be derived more from Speed and Power Metal, and don't have much - if any - commonality with Death Metal bands. For a rough estimate you can go over to Metal Archives and… Read More
Death, cannibal corpse, and opeth are my favorite
No. They are very much a Christian metal band. Just because they use skulls as artwork and do some screaming in their songs doesn't make them Satanic. It's just a style. There are many other Christian metal bands who do the same thing. Look at Demon Hunter.
Try Wicked Wisdom
The mid-80's is when it was discovered. Bands like cannibal corpse, and other really intense bands. This was the true DEATH METAL. Many sub-genres formed soon after, as they usually do.
The biggest is Slayer but most any metal band is atheist... Maybe not as attacking of religion or satanic as Slayer but still... Other bands include like Kreator, Destruction, Motorhead, etc
The lines can be a bit vague at time. Death Metal was derived from Thrash - it basically took Thrash, and stripped it down even further to its most basic elements. Early Death Metal bands (Possessed, Incubus - the band now known as Opprobrium, pre-Arise era Sepultura, Graf Spee, etc.) were still Thrash bands at their core. In the 1990s, Death Metal sought to further the gap between Thrash bands and themselves, and turned to… Read More
In terms of record sales, most would probably list one of these Gothenburg/'Melodeath' bands, which really aren't Death Metal. As far as actual impact on the scene goes, it would be Bathory, who were basically the cog in the mechanism from which Death Metal bands developed in Europe (vs. American bands, who took their que from Possessed).
brutal death metal haha Try Djent Bands.
As I Lay Dying, Blindside, and I Am Terrified are metal. Also, Mortification is a really good Christian death band.
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Death metal formed out of the heavy metal genre in the middle of 1980. Many early death metal bands like Savatage, Xecutioner, Death, Possessed, Morbid Angel and Master were crafting the death metal sound up until 1983 when Savatage released the first Death Metal album: Sirens.
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No, death metal is not for emo's such bands as "Hawthorne Heights" and "Madina Lake" are emo bands death metal is more advanced and for more hardcore people and FYI everyone Joe Gardner has an egg dick. It's pretty simple. Emo music wants to kill itself, death metal wants to kill other people (the more, and the more brutally, the better).
Basically, out of the thrash metal scene of the mid- to late eighties. Bands like Kreator, Sodom, and most of all, Death, turned thrash metal into a faster, more technical style that became known as death metal (due to the band Death, deemed to be the pioneers of death metal).
Rock bands, pop bands, metal bands, grunge bands, country and western bands, punk bands, alternative rock bands, progressive rock bands, indie rock bands, latin-american bands, jazz bands, blues bands, glam rock bands, gospel bands, death metal bands.. to name a few. But should give you an idea. Are you from Venus by any chance?
Almost none. It depends. Just google it. But if you hear it on mainstream American radio, it's not death metal.
Not as far as I know, though depending on the band, it can be associated with satanism. Don't worry, not all death metal bands are Satanist!
No, their music is considered Gothic Metal, not Satanic.
Most major cities will have their various scenes. A lot of US Doom Metal bands hail from Maryland and Northern Virginia. Tampa was the epicenter of the US Death Metal scene, although the more famous US Death Metal bands also formed in New York and California. New Orleans is noted for the Sludgecore scene. In a nutshell, they come from all over the country. Even Puerto Rico has produced Metal bands such as Dantesco.
Apparently so. They are named after demon Belphegor and are said to be a black death-speed metal band.
That's hard to say since the line from thrash metal to death metal is very blurry. Kreator, Slayer and Sepultura are widely known for creating riffs in a rather death metal fashion (more alternate picking, slower note changes). Probably the first of those bands to completely disband the punk attitude from thrash metal were Possessed and Death, so they could be called the 2 first metal bands.
Metal uses a type of vocals called "screaming" (im not sure why a lot of people call it screamo, screamo is not metal) these vocals consist of different types and styles of screams. Low or high growls are often used in metal and death metal. In hardcore music they often use fry screams, which are more vocally based instead of diaphram bassed like growls. Try youtube for turtorials of how to us screaming vocals. I… Read More
Universum, In Flames, Bleeding Through, I Killed The Prom Queen and Nightrage.
This is a very controversial topic, but the year was 1983-84 and the bands were Possessed and Death. Some people would say some other bands but that's them not me.