Metallica Load
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ElioG
November 7th 2019


786 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

They are the most influential metal band ever, period. So, there can be discussion about personal tastes and only that. Even their bad turn during 90's was influential af!

ElioG
November 7th 2019


786 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

And Outlaw Torn would fit in any best of off the band.

DoofDoof
November 7th 2019


8513 Comments


'These guys have always been overrated'

Tool on the other hand are geniushes with many type of song and riff that NEVER sound all the bloody same.

Source
November 7th 2019


18491 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

owned

ElioG
November 7th 2019


786 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

^ This!

Faenrir
November 8th 2019


955 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

"AND JUSTICE FOR ALL IS MEDIOCRE?"

and overrated yes.



"These guys have always been overrated"

No they haven't. Their first 3 albums are among the best first 3 albums ever by a band, really...and they helped define thrash. After those, yeah they've gone downhill.

ElioG
November 8th 2019


786 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Funny cos i think that Metallica's Load, Black album and Death Magnetic are actually underrated and not the oppossite.

Source
November 8th 2019


18491 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

faenrir your r retart

SingInColours
November 8th 2019


32 Comments


No one in rock music is safe from Metallica influence so downplaying their importance is silly imho.

I remember seeing Opeth for the first time, being a prime Opeth snob at the time (how could you not be pre Watershed), and Mike is mucking about with his guitar and chatting up the front row of the audience and have them guess songs. He then says "Everyone Knows This One", closes his eyes and plucks the acoustic mid section of To Live Is To Die for a minute. He goes on to say "If it wasn't for this part, Opeth wouldn't exist and none of us would be here today".

One way or the other the work of James and Cliff in particular reshaped the entire rock/metal genre.

Drifter
November 8th 2019


17006 Comments


No one in rock music is safe from Metallica influence so downplaying their importance is silly imho.

I remember seeing Opeth for the first time, being a prime Opeth snob at the time (how could you not be pre Watershed), and Mike is mucking about with his guitar and chatting up the front row of the audience and have them guess songs. He then says "Everyone Knows This One", closes his eyes and plucks the acoustic mid section of To Live Is To Die for a minute. He goes on to say "If it wasn't for this part, Opeth wouldn't exist and none of us would be here today".

One way or the other the work of James and Cliff in particular reshaped the entire rock/metal genre.

Source
November 8th 2019


18491 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

most tapout hoodie wearing metallica fans have never heard to live is to die

bloc
November 8th 2019


64367 Comments


Maybe if they'd play it live instead of master of puppets all the time

Source
November 9th 2019


18491 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

they need to play frayed ends of sanity, complete with the wizard of oz chants

ElioG
November 9th 2019


786 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yep guys, u made me revisit the AJFA and that was a trip... for 254th time. Absolutely magnificent album. All of us are biased one way or another when we listen to music, even subconsciously. That's why i'd wish to clean my mind somehow and taste songs like To Live is to Die like it's the first time. Or like there is bass lol.

Stormheart
November 9th 2019


726 Comments


outlaw torn is the song when james became mortal

Source
November 9th 2019


18491 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

yes ajfa is secretly their best album

Stormheart
November 9th 2019


726 Comments


yeah youre wrong

Source
November 9th 2019


18491 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

thank you for your insight

Stormheart
November 9th 2019


726 Comments


you are welcome now go read how great this band was so you can type something stellar you discovered while reading stuff

Source
November 9th 2019


18491 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

no



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