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industrial metal

Discussion in 'Technique [BG]' started by flames, Apr 3, 2002.

  1. flames

    flames Guest

    Jun 30, 2001
    my house
    i know about NIN and ministry i love em'
    and i want to start my own industrial metal band and infuse other styles like thrash in it. which bands besides these two should i study? are there books or something or do i just have to pay attention and listen carefully to the style
    know of any more bands?
  2. Prague77


    Aug 20, 2001
    Waco, TX
  3. Look into funk, acid jazz and techno music, the bass lines for both make up most of the bass lines in both. But if you want to go for the classic industrial bass sounds, look into punk rock, odly enough. As an inspiration I recomend Dorain 27 of Power Man 5000 (now flying tigers.)

    The main part of industrial lines is that they are repeatitive and solid. You'll have to practice on staying steady for a while, I played a line for thirty minutes each night.

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