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>I am a Rob Halford sound-alike
>Our band wants to move onto our original works, which are more modern.
>I have no idea what music post mid-80's sounds like.
Here's my request; can somebody give me examples of artists/songs that would give me a general idea of how heavy subject matter is conveyed today?
Specifically, I need something shrieking, piercing, and sorta demonic. It's how I naturally sing, using head voice or a very high "screamo" demon yell and RAPIDLY switching to traditional clean vocals. (Judas Priest's One Shot at Glory for example)
For an idea of this shrieking, I found Etienne Sin's Devour your Demons (NOT the growling, I do NOT growl). Who else can we compare to that specific element?
My intention is to mix this shrieking with a heavy metal foundation and deathcore overtornes.
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Sampling, plunderphonics and turntablism isn't music or art, its the lowest common denominator of stolen music edited to call it your own.
House, techno, breakbeat, garage and trance are on the next rung of the bottom of the ladder, drug addled junkies making repetitive post-African repetitions for dancing too as nothing more than a mating ritual.
Rock hasn't progressed for more than 30 years and is just the same thing rehashed over and over and over with the occasional pedal change and speed of strumming.