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  • loo@lemmy.worldtoMemes@lemmy.mlOne way ticket to midnight
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    2 months ago

    Too many to list them all, but just to name a few

    Happy

    • Ensiferum (Viking Metal)
    • Havukruunu (Black Metal)
    • Tesseract (Djent/Progressive)
    • Sabaton (Power Metal)
    • Necrophagist (Technical Death Metal)
    • Some Devin Townsend stuff like Epicloud
    • Shadow of Intent (Deathcore)
    • Periphery (Djent/Progressive)

    Sad

    • Coldworld (DSBM - If I’m feeling absolutely miserable)
    • Trees of Eternity (Doom?)
    • Heisskalt (German Post-Rock)
    • Invent Animate (Metalcore)
    • Fen (Atmospheric Black Metal?)
    • More Than Life (Metalcore)

    Angry

    • FJØRT (German Post-Rock)
    • Infant Annihilator (Deathcore)
    • Der Weg Einer Freiheit (Black Metal
    • ERRA (Metalcore)
    • Gojira (Death Metal)
    • Ensiferum (again)

    Disgust

    • IGORRR (???)
    • Gutalax (Grindcore)
    • Dehumanizing Itatrian Worship (Grindcore?)

    Fear

    • Lifelover
    • Hollow Prophet (Deathcore)

    I wanna set the world on fire

    • Primordial

    Just vibing

    • Mesarthim (Chill Space Black Metal)
    • Long Distance Calling (Instrumental)
    • Vola (Djent/Progressive)
    • Brutus (Post-Rock)
    • The Moth Gatherer (Sludge/Drone Metal)
    • Sisare (Progressive Rock)
    • Ne Obliviscaris (Progressive)
    • Rammstein (Industrial Metal)

    Creating this list I noticed, that many songs and bands fit multiple moods, which kind of made it hard for me to öin down which emotion I would assign them lol

    Do you have any suggestions as well?


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