Many Heavy Metal bands wore platforms, in the 70s, and early 80s. Nowdays some bands still wear them as a gimmick. This was known as 'GLAM ROCK'. The band that springs to my mind is KISS. This was by no means the first band to do so. David Bowie was also a big wearer of platforms. ha ha boom boom
metallica is not a hard rock band .. its a heavy metal band .
Neither. They are a psychobilly band (psychobilly is a sub-genre of punk music). Also, "metal" and "heavy metal" are the same thing.
Metal Church is a band that started in 1980 by 5 people that creates heavy metal music. This means that Metal Church is primarily heavy metal music band.
It is a nu band (heavy metal blending in other elements like hip hop
Slipknot are a heavy metal/nu metal band.
some people say they are heavy metal but I say they are screamo
Heavy Metal band
Heavy Metal/Rock Metal
A Heavy metal band.
They are an alternative metal/hard rock/heavy metal band
Heavy Metal was not yet in existence in the 1960s.
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin were the heavy metal band who had the most number of sales.
The best heavy metal song has to be Prosthetics by Slipknot... Well, technically, they're a Nu Metal band and not a heavy metal band, so I would have to say Seasons in the Abyss by Slayer.
No, they are a hard rock band.
Yes, they're a heavy metal band.
Oz Fox is the lead guitar player for the Christian heavy metal band stryper and was the lead guitar player for the Christian heavy metal band sin dizzy and as of 2006 is the new lead guitar player for the Christian heavy metal band bloodgood.
There are three Metal bands by that name - a Power Metal band from the Netherlands, a straightforward Heavy Metal band from the United States, and a gothic/symphonic band from Indonesia.
Slayer i guess
System of a down