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My favourite hobby next to exploring would be visiting concerts, though i dont have enough cash for it since i started to take my camera all over europe :P

Now im curious, what are you guys favourite songs, band, piece op opera or whatever ;) I already got some nice new names of bands i didnt knew from another forum, and i still listen loads of music :)

My favs are:

Rammstein (kinda obsessed with it)

Sentenced, not obsessed but considdered a tattoo of it cause i realy like it ;))

Black label society.

Lamb of God

Korsakoff, a dutch hardcore girl whos making pretty heavy stuff and is looking hot ;)

:band::cool2:

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Guessing it's not as easy as just copy & paste then

Rammstein (kinda obsessed with it)

Good man! Their cover of Das Model is amazing. Just checked out that Korsakoff & loving it :jump :jump :jump

Really into old school black metal atm (proper black metal mind, it has to sound like it's been recorded in a forest! None of that Dimmu nonsense) Ferox turned me onto a band called Sentimen Beluza which is now one of my favourite bands (said it before but cheers mate!), well if you're into that kind of thing.

Also love Orbital who get nowhere near enough attention btw. Oh and can't beat a bit of Babymetal :lol:

Be interesting to see what other explorers listen to...

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Grew up with the old Metallica (pre-black album) and Slayer, Machine Head, Lamb of God, Sepultura etc. 5 or 6 years ago i was into a bit of Fear Factory and Hatebreed.

More recently very much into "Hardcore LAHC/NYHC metal", Terror, Madball, Agnostic Front.

Anything Heavy really :upu::cool2::cool2::cool2::Devil3:

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Just right click on the mouse and copy the link address you want to share then post here as all you need is the https code

I hope that helps and you like peppa pig :P

Click the link below.

https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CCMQtwIwAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DD0eS43HiyNc&ei=iLW1VN_PBIGAU9jKgqAO&usg=AFQjCNEJevD2Zo5kogShbpeiCeffFOb1Vw&sig2=EaW1VdzDbwq6hGTFMXiW7g&bvm=bv.83339334,d.d24

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SK you avoided the question haha what do you listen to??? Thanks again Ghostpast! Korsakoff has saved my life more than you could imagine...

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Hamtagger and Urblex, this helps to get that little piggy out of my head early in the morning, and works realy great to get annoying housemates out (tested myself ;))

Raised Fist.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hez7bGbutBs

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hez7bGbutBs

The Exploited, scottisch finest.

Ministry (How could i forget this one in my list of favourites, its just below Rammstein)

Goodmorning all!https://youtu.be/HgIkFCvrns0

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Very partial to some Smashing Pumpkins myself. They are a mix of Pink Floyd, Led Zep and Mettalica (all great, great bands in their own right) and pull off delicate vocals to out right thrash in matter of seconds. Siamese Dream album - superb, as is Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness which will take you through every emotion and musical style possible.

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