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It's simple. Create the ultimate band using any members from any band from any era or style you want.

I'll be creating a metal band, obviously.


Vocalist 1: Ozzy Osbourne (From the Mid 1990s)
Vocalist 2: Rob Zombie (from the White Zombie Years)

Lead guitarist: Zakk Wylde (Black Label Society)
Rhythm Guitarist: Tony Iommi (Black Sabbath. Heaven and Hell)

Bassist: Les Claypool (Primus)

Spoiler

I really wanted to say Geezer Butler...but then I'd just be recreating Black Sabbath.

Drums: Phil Buerstatte (White Zombie)

Keys: St1tch (Mushroomhead)

I think that this lineup would produce some real bone crushing doom sections with some great groove to it. Ozzy and Rob Zombie have already proven that they work well together vocally (like on the song Iron Head). Iommi and Zakk would play phenomenally together as both are great blues guitarists that love that dark and heavy shit. Les Claypool is Les Claypool, so he's in. He can do anything he wants. Phil Buerstatte was great with White Zombie. Very groovy drummer. Finally, St1tch of Mushroomhead would make for a great atmosphere in the songs.

I call it Idle Warship.

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Guitarist-Doomguy
Drummer-Ranger
Vocalist-Duke Nukem
Synthesizer/Keyboard/Piano Guy- Danny Evanger

<3

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Hmm, a tough one.

Steve Vai - Guitars
T.M. Stevens - Bass
Maybe... Zappa's old drummer, Terry Bozzio
And for vocals, hmm some crazy Canadian asshole would fit perfectly..

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Devin Townsend - Vocals/1st Guitar
Fredrik Thordendal - 2nd Guitar
Conner Green - Bass
Mike Portnoy - Drums
Jordan Rudess - Keyboards

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Vocals: Fuki - Light Bringer
Guitar: Tony Iommi - Black Sabbath
Drums: Mike Portnoy - Dream Theater
Bass: Steve Harris - Iron Maiden
Keyboard: Jon Lord (RIP) - Deep Purple/White Snake

That would be The weirdest Heavy Metal band and i would definitely buy an album.

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Some of these bands look pretty damn awesome! Very cool idea for a thread.

Guitar: Tosin Abasi, Frank Zappa
Vox: Paul Young, Phil Anselmo
Bass: Mike Flores (No YouTube vids do Mike Flores justice, saw Origin live and my jaw was on the floor. He's the Tosin Abasi of bass.)
Keyboard/Synth: George Duke
Drums: Mitch Mitchell

I think these musician's styles would blend to make something amazing.. Something way out there, groovy, intense, soulful and aggressive. All these dudes are capable of playing mind blowing stuff at any speed, too - Slow, fast, it doesn't matter, they can rock it as hard as it can be rocked. My ears would love it.

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Synthesizer: Sweaty corporate man from the Bronx in a basement
Vocals: Fat kid from Miami who claims to be Jamaican who can't sing

Bam, I just went platinum five times over.

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Sadly none of these can play the ultimate song: Boston's "More Than A Feeling".

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Vocalist: Trent Reznor & Chelsea Wolfe
Occasional Guest vocals: Chibi (of the Birthday Massacre, her growling vocals are great for heavy songs)
Rhythm Guitar: Rainbow (of The Birthday Massacre)
Lead Guitar: Twiggy Ramirez
Bassist: Jules Hodgson
Drummer: Steve "Skinny" Felton
Percussion: Shawn "Clown" Crahan
Keyboard: Switch between Owen (of The Birthday Massacre) & St1tch (of Mushroomhead)

Moody, synthy, depressive, soft to heavy progressions. Call it SEE THE VOID.

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CARRiON said:

Vocalist: Trent Reznor & Chelsea Wolfe
Occasional Guest vocals: Chibi (of the Birthday Massacre, her growling vocals are great for heavy songs)
Rhythm Guitar: Rainbow (of The Birthday Massacre)
Lead Guitar: Twiggy Ramirez
Bassist: Jules Hodgson
Drummer: Steve "Skinny" Felton
Percussion: Shawn "Clown" Crahan
Keyboard: Switch between Owen (of The Birthday Massacre) & St1tch (of Mushroomhead)

Moody, synthy, depressive, soft to heavy progressions. Call it SEE THE VOID.


*O* All this.

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CARRiON said:

Vocalist: Trent Reznor & Chelsea Wolfe
Occasional Guest vocals: Chibi (of the Birthday Massacre, her growling vocals are great for heavy songs)
Rhythm Guitar: Rainbow (of The Birthday Massacre)
Lead Guitar: Twiggy Ramirez
Bassist: Jules Hodgson
Drummer: Steve "Skinny" Felton
Percussion: Shawn "Clown" Crahan
Keyboard: Switch between Owen (of The Birthday Massacre) & St1tch (of Mushroomhead)

Moody, synthy, depressive, soft to heavy progressions. Call it SEE THE VOID.

I would honestly put forth real money to fund this project.

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Lead guitar : Dimebag Darrell (R.I.P) (Pantera)
Second guitar : Chris Laforge (30footfall)
Rhythm guitar : Chris Dodge (No use for a name)
Bass/backing vocals : Mike Dirnt (Green day)
Drums/backing vocals : Rodrigo Alfaro (Satanic Surfers)
Second drum kit/percussion : Derrick Plourde (R.I.P) (Lagwagon)
Keyboard/synth/piano/backing vocals : Greg Graffin (Bad religion)
Lead vocals : Scott Radinsky (10 foot pole)
Second lead vocals : Chris Hannah (Propagandhi)
Trombone/Flute : James Egan (Streetlight Manifesto)
Trumpet : Brandon Jenison (Mustard plug)
Saxophone : Ryan Eldred (Catch 22)
Violin : Steve Bingham

Producer : Fredrik Olofsson (Adhesive)
Record label : Fat Wreck Chords
Engineering : Sally Browder (10 foot pole)

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Lead Vocalist / Guitarist : Aaron Lewis from Staind
Backup Vocals / Guitarist : Josh Homme from Queens of the Stone Age
Bassist : Paz Lenchantin from A Perfect Circle
Drummer : Christian Tanna from I Mother Earth

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Doomkid said:

Bass: Mike Flores (No YouTube vids do Mike Flores justice, saw Origin live and my jaw was on the floor. He's the Tosin Abasi of bass.)

Always wanted to see Origin live. Flores so ridiculously talented.

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I hope you get the chance to see them. I absolutely loved it.

Clonehunter said:

Synthesizer: Sweaty corporate man from the Bronx in a basement
Vocals: Fat kid from Miami who claims to be Jamaican who can't sing

Bam, I just went platinum five times over.

I'm wondering if this is a reference to something in particular? It sounds funny so I'm curious

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