Avant-Garde Black Metal

Avant-Garde Black Metal

Subgenre of black metal loosely defined by use of experimentation and characterized by the use of innovative, avant-garde elements, large-scale experimentation, and the use of non-standard and unconventional sounds, instruments, song structures, playing styles, and vocal techniques.

Avant-Garde Black Metal
Atmospheric Black Metal

Atmospheric Black Metal

Atmospheric black metal is a sub-genre of black metal which relies on heavy incorporation of atmospheric, sometimes even dreamy textures, therefore moving away from its parent into a less aggressive direction. Atmospheric black metal often features synthesizers or classical instrumentation, typically for melody or ethereal "shimmering" over the wall of sound provided by the guitars. The music is usually slow to mid paced with rare blast beat usage, without any abrupt changes and generally features slowly developing, sometimes repetitive melodies and riffs, thus providing another notable

Atmospheric Black Metal
Technical Deathgrind

Technical Deathgrind

Technical Deathgrind is a subgenre that combines technical death metal and grindcore.

Technical Deathgrind
Noisegrind

Noisegrind

Grindcore, containing or representing noise (blurred musical accents). That is, it is usually partially structured grindcore, the fragments are replaced by fast noisy parts. Pioneers of noisegrind are Fear of God. In music, it can be any other grindcore (more often with a hardcore punk slope), in which the musical sound is on the verge of noise. Caused this may be an excessive effort to extremeize the music, or a poor-quality play and/or record. The most famous was the Anal Cunt band, which insulted famous personalities and entered into conflicts with them in public view. Close to noisegrind

Noisegrind
Mathgrind

Mathgrind

Grindcore with technical overtones. The use of obscure time signatures and ideas as opposed to mindless 4/4 blasts and 'brutal' riffs.

Mathgrind
Oriental

Oriental

Oriental means "from the East". It is a traditional designation for anything that belongs to the Eastern world in relation to Europe. Oriental music encompasses numerous and different musical styles originating from a large number of Asian countries. It includes Turkish music, Persian music, Jewish music, Arabic music, Central Asian music, South Asian music, Southeast Asian music, and East Asian music.

Oriental
Instrumental

Instrumental

An instrumental is, in contrast to a song, a musical composition or recording without lyrics or any other sort of vocal music; all of the music is produced by musical instruments.

Instrumental