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Rocktypes

  1. 1. ROCK TYPES
  2. 2. Instruments Electric Guitar Acoustic Guitar Bass Drums Microphone
  3. 3. The History In 1969 after the Beatles the rock and roll get divided in two generes Blues Rock and Hard Rock Blues Rock: Mixed the blues music with guitar rytms - The Rolling Stones - Chuck Berry - The Yardbirds Hard Rock: Was a mix of Rock 'n Roll Styles - Queen - The Who - Led Zeppelin - Deep Purple - Jimmy Hendrix
  4. 4. The 70's In the 70's the Hard Rock get divided in 4 subgeneres all of them with their diferences 70's Hard Rock: Similar to the original Hard Rock - AC/DC - Van Halen - Blue Osteyer Cult - Aerosmith Shock Rock: Became popular for the apparence of the artists. - KISS - Ozzy Osborne - W.A.S.P
  5. 5. The 70's Heavy Metal: They added distorsion and make power rytms - Black Sabbath - Guns and Roses - Manowar Punk Rock: Simply and fast rytms. Also related with the punk movement - Ramones - The Misfists - The Damned
  6. 6. The N.W.O.B.H.M The New Wave Of British Heavy Metal: was a movement musically characterized by fast upbeat tempo songs, power chords, fast guitar solos and melodic, soaring vocals, with lyrical themes often drawing inspiration from mythology and fantasy - Iron Maiden - Motorhead - Angel With - Diamond Head
  7. 7. The New Generes Glam ----- Southern ----- Pop ----- Progresive ----- Hardcore Alternative ----- Stoner ----- Industrial ----- Power ----- Thrash ----- Black Indie ----- Emo ----- Rap ----- Nu-Metal ----- Metalcore ----- Grunge ----- Death New Wave of American Heavy Metal
  8. 8. Southern Rock The Southern rock is a subgenere of the Rock n Roll developed in the Southern United States. It's focused generally on electric guitar and vocals. - Lynyrd Skynyrd - ZZ Top
  9. 9. Pop Rock Pop Rock: Was the musical style of the bands than made comercial rock - Bon Jovi - U2
  10. 10. Industrial Metal Industrial metal: Is similar to the shock rock but the music is made by repeating metal guitar riffs, sampling, synthesizer or sequencer lines, and distorted vocals. - Rammstein - Marilyn Manson - Fear Factory - White Zombie
  11. 11. Power Metal Power Metal: This genere mixes heavy metal with speed metal and it uses classical music elements. It concerns on the speed of the riffs and makes melodic chorus. The songs are based on mistyc things like dragons. - Judas Priest - Manowar - Hellowen - Dio - Dragonforce
  12. 12. Thrash Thrash Metal: Is a mix of heavy metal with the agressive rytms of Hardcore Punk. - Metallica - Megadeth - Anthrax - Slayer
  13. 13. Grunge Grunge: Was a genere generally characterized by heavily distorted electric guitars, contrasting song dynamics, and apathetic or angst-filled lyrics. - Nirvana - Soundgarden - Stone Temple Pilots - Alice in Chains - Pearl Jam
  14. 14. Nu-Metal (New Metal) Nu-Metal: It's similar to the other subgeneres It uses virtuosly guitar solos and some bands use 7 String guitars or 5 string bass. - Slipknot - System Of A Down
  15. 15. The End Now it's time to hear all the types and their differences.

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