Are there any bands from africa? and I dont mean south africa



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27.07.2011 - 05:38
stephenssaiyan
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Never heard of any
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27.07.2011 - 05:50
MetalSpider
There seems to be 7 in Botswana and 2 in Uganda. I found them at Encyclopedia Metallum: http://www.metal-archives.com/
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27.07.2011 - 12:17
ToMegaTherion
According to the MS archives a few from North Africa: Tunisia, Egypt
And South Africa has 1, which you have said doesn't count, so there you go. Heaps from the Middle-East and quite a few from Asia though. Come on Africa lets see you guys make some more music.
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02.08.2011 - 23:19
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Masterchief
I have heard some 10 South Africa bands also Arab Medieterania bands but never from other Africa regions, MA say there is but I never tryd it , maybe one day I will
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04.08.2011 - 14:58
Pennywise213
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I know three great Black African Metal Bands:

The two of Botswana playing Death Metal:

Wrust:




Crackdust:



Namibia: Arcana XXII

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04.08.2011 - 15:40
Kass
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The only bands I know are from North Africa like from Tunisia, Morocco, and Algeria.
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04.08.2011 - 18:27
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Masterchief
Written by Kass on 04.08.2011 at 15:40

The only bands I know are from North Africa like from Tunisia, Morocco, and Algeria.


SA has better bands best from Africa, Norden Africa closly follows, but due I net and modern communications inside Africe can produce good and more metal in next 10-20 years
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04.08.2011 - 20:38
Cynic Metalhead
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Written by Guest on 27.07.2011 at 05:38

Never heard of any


Same here.
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05.08.2011 - 05:03
psykometal
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So I'm noticing that lots of people had input, a few from this country a few from that country. Some even said they know of South African bands despite the creator not caring about South African bands. Only 1 person actually listed some names...I myself only know of 1 african band named Scarab, from Egypt, they play brutal death metal.
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05.08.2011 - 14:44
BeastOfMetal456
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Egypt: Scarab, Odious
Tunisia: Myrath
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19.08.2011 - 08:32
R'Vannith
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Skinflint- interesting band from Botswana which reminds me of Slough Feg
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18.09.2011 - 01:04
BeastOfMetal456
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18.09.2011 - 01:11
Susan
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Written by Guest on 18.09.2011 at 01:04

http://rateyourmusic.com/list/noname219/top_20_metal_artists_from_africa


Amazing list! I'm going to check most of them out Thanks for the post.
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18.09.2011 - 01:13
BeastOfMetal456
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Written by Susan on 18.09.2011 at 01:11

Written by Guest on 18.09.2011 at 01:04

http://rateyourmusic.com/list/noname219/top_20_metal_artists_from_africa


Amazing list! I'm going to check most of them out Thanks for the post.

Glad I overcame my spam-posts. BTW when do you check reviews?
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22.09.2011 - 01:10
Dangerboner
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Here's Devast (Algeria)



got it from BeastOfMetal's RYM list
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22.09.2011 - 14:14
Kass
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From that list I've only heard of Devast, Scarab, Sawlegen, Litham, Odious, Myrath, and Seether.
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25.01.2012 - 04:12
lordchadi
From Egypt
1- Sand Aura
2- Odious
3- Origin
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26.01.2012 - 17:40
mojo
Myrath (tunisia) are excellent, kind of power metal but with mideastern scales and drumming. their last album "Tales from the Sands" is worth a listen. at the risk of embarrassing myself among srs bzns metal fans, it sits for me somewhere between opeth and hammerfall, but arabic.

Wrust (botswana) sound great on youtube, but i've looked and looked and never found an album to buy.
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