Industrial metal

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Industrial metal
Origini stilistice Industrial rock, industrial dance, heavy metal, thrash metal, noise rock, hardcore punk
Origini culturale Sfârșitul anilor 1980, Marea Britanie, S.U.A., Germania
Instrumente tipice Chitara electrică, chitară bass, baterie, sintetizator, sintetizator de ritm, sequencer, clape, sampler
Popularitate Underground la sfârșitul anilor 1980, moderată în anii 1990, înaltă la sf. anilor 1990-anii 2000.
Forme derivate Neue Deutsche Härte, nu metal
Genuri de fuziune
Industrial black metal, industrial thrash metal, industrial death metal
Alte subiecte
Formații - Post-industrial music - Alternative metal[1][2]

Industrial metal este un gen muzică derivat din Industrial dance,[3] thrash metal și hardcore punk, utilizând riffuri de chitară repetitive de Heavy metal, sampling, linii de sintetizator sau sequencer, și vocal distorsionat.[1] Ca fondatori ai industrial metal sunt considerate formațiile Ministry,[4] Godflesh,[5] și KMFDM.[4]

Sascha Konietzko în concert, 2005

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Referințe și note[modificare | modificare sursă]

  1. ^ a b „[Industrial metal la Allmusic Industrial Metal]”. Allmusic. Industrial metal la Allmusic. Accesat la 11 februarie 2008. 
  2. ^ Alternative Metal”. Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/style/alternative-metal-ma0000012328. Accesat la 20 noiembrie 2012. 
  3. ^ Mark Blackwell / Jim Greer: All-Day Sucker. In: SPIN Magazine, Oktober 1991, p. 57.
  4. ^ a b Di Perna 1995a, page 69.
  5. ^ Walters, Martin. „[Industrial metal la Allmusic (((Godflesh > Overview)))]”. allmusic. Industrial metal la Allmusic. Accesat la 3 iulie 2008. 

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