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Album Names Ideas
' Not to be used as Torture'
' Light my Genrefuse '



 350BPM is just the average drum speed for Death Metal

"Growling, screaming and a Rock ballad that will rip your heart out"

Beats Per Minute (BPM) is a unit typically used as either a measure of tempo in music,
or a measure of one's heart rate. 128 bpm is the norm for some songs.
A rate of 60 bpm means that one beat will occur every second. One bpm is equal to 1/60 Hz.
Moby 's song called "Thousand" peaks at over a 1000 beats per minute.
Extremely fast blast beat tempos (quarter note = 350 beats per minute)

BPM is not to be confused with PPM also known as parts per million, which is the recommended amount of carbon dioxide that a business should not exceed when releasing carbon into the atmosphere. 350.org


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Types Of Heavy Metal
Heavy metal is traditionally characterized by loud distorted guitars,
emphatic rhythms, dense bass-and-drum sound, and vigorous vocals.    wikipedia

Glam Metal like Mötley Crüe.
Thrash Metal
broke into the mainstream with bands such as Metallica.
Styles like
Death Metal and Black Metal remain subcultural phenomena.
Since the mid-1990s, popular styles such as
Nu Metal
, which often incorporates elements of funk and hip hop.
Metalcore, which blends extreme metal  hardcore punk.

Avant-garde metal -  Doom metal -  Gothic metal - Groove metal - Power metal - Speed metal  Stoner metal  Symphonic metal - Technical metal - Thrash metal - Traditional heavy metal
Unblack metal - Viking metal

Fusion genres
 Alternative metal - Christian metal - Crust punk - Folk metal - Funk metal - Grindcore
Grunge - Industrial metal Metalcore - Neo-classical metal - Nu metal - Post-metal
Progressive metal - Rap metal - Sludge metal

Where did the name of the first CD come from?
"After hearing that certain music was used as torture we wanted to bring light to this practice
 as well as have a name for our debut CD"
'Listen to
Investigative Reporter Justine Sharrock talking about music as torture'

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