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Posted by LeChron James on 25.03.2008 at 09:27
Metal has had its share of virtuoso musicians that have moved from band to band to band. In some rare cases said musician has rejoined the band that rejected them in the first place. in your opinion, who is the most under appreciated/ abused musician in metal today?



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Void Eater
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  18.09.2011 at 00:57
Fred Durst lololololol.

But seriously now people, Phil Fasciana of Malevolent Creation and Jontho of Ragnarok. Phil has been the only member of Malevolent Creation to fearue on all of their albums, and continues to pump out great riffs, while Jontho is the only original member of Ragnarok left and an underrated drummer.
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arwestromen

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  21.09.2011 at 20:15
Ian Hill maby? He and KK started Judas priest but somehow he hasn't really got the attention like KK, Glen and Rob
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M C Vice
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  04.10.2011 at 09:57
Written by Void Eater on 18.09.2011 at 00:57

Fred Durst lololololol.


Close. Maybe Wes Borland.
Fred Durst apreciates himself enough so we don't have to.
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M C Vice
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  11.10.2011 at 13:00
Mustis. He was the best part of Dimmu Borgir while he was there. So was the guy before him, Stian (however his last name is spelled, the guy in the top hat). The keyboards on Abrahadabra are nowhere near as good as on their previous 5 albums.
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