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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    Fans Of Nu and Melodic Metal

    What are you listening too these days?
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    I've been listening to the last two CDs put out by All That Remains a lot lately.

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    Just bought the most recent one online about 10 minutes ago...

    How did you like the previous album?
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    Stretch Armstrong has somegood stuff especially their older music. Has anyone listened to the Bullet For My Valentine CD?
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    No, but I was curious about them as well...

    name kinda scares me off though heh. Boo emo, boo!
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    i have been listiening to 30 seconds to mars , alot latley. i dont know what you would classify them as. emo? maybe, well the good kind of emo lol
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    I'd call 30 seconds Nu, standard riff rock with ambient external sounds is my technical definition :P

    I'm listening to Progressive Melodic Thrash Death Metal. I really like the Haunted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikey4402
    i have been listiening to 30 seconds to mars , alot latley. i dont know what you would classify them as. emo? maybe, well the good kind of emo lol
    I like 30STM a lot. I'd consider them more of progressive rock/metal.

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    This week on my iPod rotation (relative to the topic) : Circa Survive, The Mars Volta, 30 Seconds to Mars, and glassjaw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by galileo
    I like 30STM a lot. I'd consider them more of progressive rock/metal.
    Dream Theater, Angra, Opeth, Quo Vadis, Symphony X, Liquid Tension Experiment, Yes. <- Prog rock, 30 Seconds are not really in that style - Even if bands like the Thought Industry once were...

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    Quote Originally Posted by galileo
    Circa Survive



    Great choice. Circa Survive is an excellent band. Their Juturna CD is amazing.

    Fuck, fight, or hold the light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Risk10k
    Dream Theater, Angra, Opeth, Quo Vadis, Symphony X, Liquid Tension Experiment, Yes. <- Prog rock, 30 Seconds are not really in that style - Even if bands like the Thought Industry once were...
    I think you're confusing "technical" progressive with progressive. Progressive takes a single idea, then builds on it, changing it throughout the mix. I'd consider some of their music to be progressive, particularly the first CD. Wikipedia agrees! w00t.

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    i love music and playing music

    melodic the new inflames CD is amazing, also been liking into eternity.

    more of a grindcore/death metal fan but i love all music, literally all music.
    2000 or bust

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    Bullet For My Valentine are a decent band. Not emo as thier name suggests, thier album is definitely worth buying.

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    Keep it coming fellas... Trying to widen my metal collection!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eszekial
    Just bought the most recent one online about 10 minutes ago...

    How did you like the previous album?
    I Like the previous album better. It seems more "heavier". But I still really like the new album. The previous album sounds like a mixture of Killswitch and Shadows Fall. Probably since Adam of KSE produces and the lead singer used to be the singer for Shadows Fall.

    Also, somebody mention Bullet For My Valentine. Some of the singing does sound a little whiney, however, I like the guitar work in the album. Also, I've been listening to the latest Devil Driver album and the latest Unearth album too.

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    Wow. Even among "metalheads" I feel like an outsider.

    Necrophagist, Testament, Death, Vintersorg, Ensiferum, Borknagar, Amon Amarth, Opeth, Meshuggah, Impaled Nazarene, Megadeth...that's my metal rotation. -core definitely isn't where it's at in my book.

    The only three recent albums being tagged as "metal" that I like are Come Clarity from In Flames, Kill by Cannibal Corpse, and the debut from Threat Signal (a LOT like Obsolete-era Fear Factory). Even the new Slayer is kind of weak. It tries too hard to be Seasons In The Abyss.

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    viking - nice list of bands, i enjoyed the new slayer album though. cant beat reign in blood.

    esz - want some heavy stuff? start with Cryptopsy and Cephalic carnage.
    2000 or bust

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    Just listened to circa survice and used my own head to headbutt my groin. I don't think that's metal...
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    I see some bands in here that are a million miles away from being metal.

    I listen to:

    Cradle of Filth
    Dimmu Borgir
    Dragonforce
    Iron Maiden
    pre black album Metallica
    Killswitch Engage
    Devildriver
    Chimaira
    Opeth
    Trivium
    Type O Negative
    and a lot more but that's just off the top of my head.


    If you only listen to one band out of the list, make it Trivium...it's probably the closest thing to what you're looking for. www.myspace.com/trivium
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    Quote Originally Posted by Risk10k
    Progressive Melodic Thrash Death Metal.
    what the **** are you talking about?
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    -Look..first I am scared little freezing virgin munk, but then I bare my self and I am nothing like a freezing virgin!
    -Then I saw a little african boy sleeping, and I thought...that is little Okeke, he is tired from herding all the goats and the big goat got away today.
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    And I'll clench my buttcheeks as hard as I can to keep free of intruders.


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    Quote Originally Posted by biggimp
    what the **** are you talking about?

    The Haunted Silly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by galileo
    I think you're confusing "technical" progressive with progressive. Progressive takes a single idea, then builds on it, changing it throughout the mix. I'd consider some of their music to be progressive, particularly the first CD. Wikipedia agrees! w00t.

    Bah, I've been foiled. But does that make Phish Prog now too?

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    the haunted are panzi's jk

    try some Hatesphere
    2000 or bust

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumprrp
    the haunted are panzi's jk

    try some Hatesphere
    They are now... *cries*
















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