- Anonymous2 decades agoFavorite Answer
In the early '80s, speed metal became the most popular form of heavy metal in the American underground. Crossing the New Wave of British Heavy Metal with hardcore punk, speed metal was extremely fast, abrasive, and technically demanding — the bands played fast, but their attack was precise and clean. In that sense, speed metal always remained true to its metal roots. But what it borrowed from hardcore — namely, insanely fast tempos and a defiant, do-it-yourself attitude — was equally important, since it gave the bands not only a unique musical approach but also an attractive image for legions of alienated suburban youths. Because it was so intense and technically demanding, speed metal quickly evolved into thrash, which allowed greater leeway in terms of tempo, groove, and instrumental dexterity. Led by Metallica, Megadeth, Anthrax, and Slayer this new wave of metal bands stood in direct contrast with the pop-oriented metal that dominated the charts during the '80s, but they managed to cultivate dedicated cult followings that would eventually allow them to go platinum with no support from mainstream media, radio, or MTV.
Over the years, the term power metal has been used to describe everything from NWOBHM bands to hardcore-tinged thrashers like Pantera. As a movement, though, power metal crystallized during the mid-'90s, mostly as a reaction against the harshness and lack of melody in death and black metal. Though it sometimes incorporated the complexity of progressive metal, or the menace and growling vocals of death metal, power metal was essentially a classicist style, paying unabashed tribute to its influences. Its tight sense of groove was rooted in the NWOBHM and early-'80s Teutonic outfits like Accept; it also drew from the flashy technical chops and pseudo-operatic vocals of NWOBHM mainstays Judas Priest and Iron Maiden. Power metal was primarily (though not exclusively) a continental-European phenomenon, with a handful of '80s veterans reviving their careers, plus a number of newer bands who'd started out playing death metal but wanted to sound more like the music they'd grown up with.
POWER M.是混搭新英式重金屬NWOBHM與"early-'80s Teutonic outfits"(這我就不知道是啥了..)
原始的速金後來分出一支"Melodic Speed Metal"(旋律速金)
以下摘自日本雜誌YOUNG GUITAR 2003 6月號
1983 ACCEPT 的 "RESTLESS & WILD"
1985 PRETTY MAIDS 的 "RED,HOT AND HEAVY"
HELLOWEEN-七把鑰匙的主人一二 , 魔戒 , 暗黑騎士....
GAMMA RAY-HEADING FOR TOMORROW,LAND OF FREE....
像是Melodic Death/Black,台灣樂迷較知道的MD團就像是COB(Children Of Bodom)...
其中很多甚至連片都沒發,只是在PUB駐唱也是有的....Source(s): AMG,雜誌(YOUNG GUITAR),自己
- Anonymous7 years ago
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- Anonymous2 decades ago
American power metal arose in the early 1980s as a faster and more aggressive descendant of "classic metal" bands from the NWOBHM,
美國power metal興起是在80 年代初期作為NWOBHM-classic metal
2005-08-03 11:17:50 補充：
In the mid-1980s, European bands such as Helloween (Germany) and Europe (Sweden) began focusing more on triumphant,
The Helloween albums Keeper of the Seven Keys, Part 1 (1987) and Keeper of the Seven Keys, Part 2 (1988) are generally regarded as a milestone of this genre
2005-08-03 11:26:27 補充：
The first speed-metal song is probably Deep Purple's Highway Star.from the 1972 LP "Machine Head"
第一首speed metal歌曲大概是深紫色的"Highway"1972 LP Machine Head