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Precious Omen death rider bass cover Power Metal It is one of the most accessible and melodic substyles wi...
Precious Omen death rider bass cover Power Metal It is one of the most accessible and melodic substyles within the range of sounds that can be found in Heavy Metal. Power Metal was born as a sub genre of Heavy Metal and Speed ​​Metal, concentrating on the speed, power and melody of music. Many bands, mostly from the so-called European school, were characterizing it with a fast, melodic sound and with lyrics related to fictional or epic themes. Omen death rider bass cover Summary 1 Origin 2 The first Power Metal discs 3 Years 90 Omen death rider bass cover 3.1 Nightwish and the power of Tarja Turunen 3.2 Rhapsody of Fire 3.3 Sonata Arctica, Melodic Power from Finland 3.4 Highlord, the Italian jewel 4 Other recommended groups and discs 5 Sources Omen death rider bass cover Origin Originated in the mid-80s in Germany, it contrasted sharply with the heavy and heavy sounds of Thrash Metal, a genre that dominated the scene in those years. The refrains, the solos and the vocal melodies are the priority. In the same way, double bass drum and keyboards are vital elements of the style. The lyrics, far from death, corruption and politics, are inspired by fantasy, epic, ancient kingdoms and mythological battles. Omen death rider bass cover Power Metal tends to have a greater musical complexity than other styles and has bands composed of composing geniuses such as Tuomas Holopainen by Nightwish or Luca Turilli by Rhapsody of Fire. Omen death rider bass cover Power Metal was born with bands like Helloween, Omen death rider bass cover Rage, Running Wild or Blind Guardian. However, the sound that characterized these founding bands of the style was still raw and shared similarities with more extreme
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