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    christopher lee metal.

    http://www.epic-metal.com/rhapsody/unholyvideo.php

    wow.

    this is the greatest thing ive seen in a while



    can we say lord of the rings 4?

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    yeah, that is rhapsody. epic metal. their image may be goofy, but their music is great . Kamelot is another band that is kinda like them too...

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    they remind me of Avantasia. At least the singer does. Metal opera...good times.

    cheese to the max...gotta love it.

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    If you guys like symphonic metal, then you should check out Therion, they practically invented the genre...

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    just as cool, funny, pathetic, goofy or awesome as lotr itself or starwars or drawing bots'n guns'n boobs.

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    Oh.my.god.

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    You need to do more anatomy...and check your values....wait...did I just say that?
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    Hilarious...
    i love that shit....
    Thanks Wes...

    "Metal is Forever"-Primal Fear

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    What a disapointment, I was expecting an Ork battle in there somewhere....

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    omfg... pure genius

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    it reeks of european.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yutani
    If you guys like symphonic metal, then you should check out Therion, they practically invented the genre...
    Oh, hell yeah! Vovin and Theli were amazing. The other albums were good too, but those are my faves. When I heard the music, they were the first thing that popped into my head.

    I feel bad for Christopher Lee. The guy seems to attach his name to anything vaguely celtic (I once went to a crappy riverdance knock off, and guess whose voice was recorded narration!), but he actually is a fair actor from what I've seen. Ah well... his career, I guess.

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    METAL SUCKS

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    I love Rhapsody. I love all power metal I've heard so far. Symphony X is pretty nice and so is Nightwish if theyre still considered power metal.

    I actually almost bought a rhapsody album. My fav song by them is Emerald Sword. I suggest you all listen to it. Like, now.

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    Don't forget Within Temptation...I've been listening to their new album for a week or so now. It's a great pop metal album...and by that I mean that it's really catchy and over-produced...just like power metal is supposed to be

    While we're name-dropping power metal bands I might just as well mention Blind Guardian, Edguy, and Sonata Arctica too. But I'm not going to say a word about Stratovarius because I think they suck

    Nothing beats Dream Theater, though...

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    man, I frickin' love Sonata Arctica...Silence and Ecliptica are 2 of my absolute fave albums.

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    ...dude.
    this is reallly wacked out metal!
    christopher lee doesn't seem to fit in....

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    omgwtf
    rofl

    and they're even serious about it!*needs a rofl smily*
    stupid double base overuse...
    poor christopher lee...he looked so STUPID...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yutani

    I personally love the Secret of the Runes the best, because that was the album i started with. Gotta love that Nordic feel. Theli is pretty damn good too.
    Secret of the Runes was really good, but the Draconian Trilogy will always hold a special place for me. Vovin is the one I first came across.

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    I can't get enough of this song/video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan.v.D.
    just as cool, funny, pathetic, goofy or awesome as lotr itself or starwars or drawing bots'n guns'n boobs.
    that about sums it up

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    I was waiting in hopes of seeing Lee to toss up the devil horns and let out a death metal scream right before the song kicked in.

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    By Crom, that's rousing!

    They make The Darkness seem sote voce.

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    wow.
    GAY metal.
    they still makin` those?...
    damn...

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    My mother likes rhapsody...

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    Awesome! Rhapsody is the funniest band ever, though I can't figure out if they're serious about it, or just pretending to be...

    EDIT: Wait, hold on, I'm noticing a trend. Chuck, mate is digging up ancient musical threads so he can call them gay...


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    Rhapsody
    Heavenly
    Kamelot
    Hammerfall
    Stratovarius

    i can keep going such "great" music, i love it

    As to whether it's "serious" or not. As far as I can tell theyre serious about the music itself (i.e. makin kickass tracks) but the rest of it (the "epic" portion) is kinda tongue in cheek.

    All the best Metal bands out there sing of heroes and villains, epic battles in far off lands. And then include detailed maps of those lands in their CD case (loosely quoted from someone who got me into the whole genre)

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