I am funny,calm and sometimes crazy, i like to have a lot of fun with my friends,to hang out,to wach movies,to trie new and fun/cool/crazy things , to listen to music(rock, hard rock, instrumental rock, gothic rock..etc.., metal, hard metal, black metal, death metal ..and Romanian rap.....i hate house music,pop)...i like art,graphics,nature,and all that is dark and black.
I realy don't care about other say about my style, its theyr opinion.
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Sonic Syndicate is a melodic death metal band from Falkenberg, Sweden. They are influenced by Swedish melodic death metal bands such as In Flames, Soilwork and metalcore bands like Killswitch Engage.
The band currently consists of British singer Nathan J. Biggs, bass player Karin Axelsson, drummer John Bengtsson and cousin guitarists (who are often mistaken as brothers) Roger and Robin Sjunnesson. Christoffer Andersson is currently filling as the second vocalist in 2010/11 after the departure of Roger's brother, previous vocalist Richard Sjunnesson.
In Flames is a Swedish melodic death metal band from Gothenburg, formed in 1990. Since the band's inception in 1993, they have released nine studio albums and one live DVD. As of 2008, In Flames has sold over 2.5 million records worldwide.
Björn Gelotte - drums (1995 - 1998) guitar (since 1995)
Anders Friden - vocals (since 1995) percussion (1997)
Peter Iwers - bass (since 1997)
Niclas Engelin - guitar (1997-1998, since 2011)*
Daniel Svensson - drums (since 1998)
^* Engelin has been an on and off member since 2006-2011, filling in for then guitarist, Jesper, who could not play because he had been struggling with his ongoing battle with alcoholism.
Mike Batio, MAB Born February 23, 1956 (age 55) Chicago, Illinois, USA Genres:
Instrumental rock, neo-classical metal, heavy metal, hard rock, progressive rock, jazz Occupations Musician, songwriter, producer, columnist
Guitar, bass, keyboard, vocals, drums
Dean MAB1 Armorflame Dean MAB1 Lazer Dean MAB2 Aviator Double-Guitar Quad Guitar
Michael Angelo Batio (also known as Mike Batio or MAB (born February 23rd, 1956) is a Progressive rock, Heavy Metal guitarist and columnist from Chicago, Illinois. Batio was voted the "No. 1 Shredder of All Time" by Guitar One Magazine in 2003. He was also listed as one of the "Top 100 Greatest Metal Guitarists of All Time" by Guitar World Magazine, for which he wrote the column Time to Burn, and one of the "20 Greatest Shredders of All Time" by Total Guitar Magazine, both in April 2008. Batio also won the 2009 Guitar World Magazine Readers Choice award in the "Best Shredder" category.
Batio is (self-taught) ambidextrous, able to play two guitars at the same time either in synchronization or using separate harmonies or even playing completely different parts at once, as shown when he plays his famous Double-Guitar. Though naturally left-handed, he plays as right-handed when playing one guitar. Batio invented the "Over-Under" technique,which involves flipping his fretting hand over and under the neck rapidly, playing the guitar both regularly and like a piano.
Batio gave lessons to guitarist Tom Morello (of Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave fame) while at college. Morello has credited MAB with teaching him in a feature article in Guitar World Magazine in 2005. Michael also gave lessons to guitarist Mark Tremonti after Creed broke up and Tremonti wanted to learn more techniques. Batio is also widely known for his extremely fast and well articulated alternate picking, which he credits to his use of anchoring, or planting the fingers he does not use while picking on the body of the guitar to restrict motion.
Batio has an advanced knowledge of music theory, having a deep understanding of complex scale combinations and time signatures which assist him in his compositions. Batio has cited F-sharp minor and F-sharp phrygian dominant as one of his favorite keys. He has described F sharp minor as a "demonic" key, giving a dark, evil sound.