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Tag Archives: Metal

4 Ways How Metal Can Stimulate You to Study

Posted by on April 12, 2021

  Many people consider metal music and all of its subgenres very controversial. From offensive band and song names to their effect on one’s health. But while arguing about the loud names is pretty much useless, the positive impact of heavy music on our brain is something to shed some light on. Yes, listening to […]

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Metal music and online slots: a perfect partnership

Posted by on April 1, 2021

  Music enjoys an incredibly tight relationship with gaming. Walk into a bingo hall and music can act as a mood setter. Play on a slot and the music can serve to indicate some of the action that’s going on in the game, such as a loss, a win or the start of a bonus […]

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What Happens When You Blend Music with Online Slot Machines?

Posted by on November 27, 2020

  The advent of technology has paved the way for the growth of many online casino platforms. It is also one of the spaces embraced by the players due to convenience. The online casino games offer a wide range of games, without running out of games. They offer a variety of table games and slots which […]

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Effects of Listening to Heavy Metal Music on College Students

Posted by on February 28, 2020

Although college is supposed to be such a carefree life, it also brings in a lot of pressure. And music has been one of the favorite stress busters for college students. Whether it’s pop, classical or heavy metal, music invariably helps. What is interesting, researches in this area are quite active and have come up […]

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How Metal Music Positively Affects Fans’ Health

Posted by on August 20, 2019

Studies have shown that metal music has many positive effects on the mental health of enthusiasts that listen to this type of music.

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Best places to listen to metal

Posted by on September 5, 2018

Another “myth” about heavy music was unexpectedly dispelled – metal music is most popular not in marginalized countries and not in poor countries, but just the opposite – “in the most advanced, most tolerant and intellectual regions of the world.” This is evidenced by the graph and map, compiled on the basis of Encyclopaedia Metallum […]

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New poll shows heavy metal is the UK’s favorite music genre

Posted by on June 21, 2018

We were crushed when we found out hip-hop surpassed rock music, which was based off of Nielsen Music’s 2017 year-end report. However, based on a recent poll from an online casino operator, bgo.com has revealed heavy metal is the most popular genre in the UK. The poll states that 20% of the UK population favors […]

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Watch a Japanese mascot play blast beats

Posted by on March 6, 2017

If you thought being a Nameless Ghoul in Ghost was a thankless job, try being a Japanese cartoon mascot in a band. This dude (or lady) playing at a mall is crushing it in every way, playing blast beats along to a jaunty flute-led song. Is this the guy from Babymetal playing an off-date? Who […]

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In Flames bassist Peter Iwers exiting band

Posted by on November 29, 2016

There has been quite a bit of activity happening with Swedish metallers In Flames after the release of their twelfth studio album Battles less than a month ago. They embarked a co-headlining tour with Hellyeah that we were able to document earlier this month, and Battles became their highest-charting record yet. While things have been […]

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Interview with Riot and Moon Tooth’s Nick Lee

Posted by on August 19, 2015

Between playing festivals in Barcelona with the legendary Riot to opening up for Dillinger Escape Plan with his band Moon Tooth, one could say Nick Lee is more than just an “up and coming” guitar player. While one would never know Lee’s talents from looking at the quiet Long Island native, there is definitely an “it […]

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