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Metal Thread Vol.666
« on: April 06, 2018, 08:48:15 PM »
I think a metal thread would be fitting.

Post your favorite ear-shattering, brain-melting heavy and/or metal tunes in here. Any subgenre (except folk). Old or new!


[Link to self-promo removed - A.D.]

[Link to self-promo removed - A.D.]


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« Last Edit: April 06, 2018, 09:53:57 PM by Adam Dravian »
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Re: Metal Thread Vol.666
« Reply #1 on: April 06, 2018, 09:51:43 PM »
Aww man, this was just subtle enough that for a second, I was fooled into thinking this was a genuine post.

Here's a tip (assuming you ever read this), next time you go to a forum to try and sneakily promote your band, perhaps you shouldn't register on the forum using your band's name, and using your band's logo as your avatar. Also, it'd be a lot more subtle if you commented on a few other threads first, before posting your advertisement. And maybe post only one of your band's songs, along with two of three others that are unrelated. Or, better yet, be active in the forum and just have a link to your band in your signature. You could even bring up your band occasionally when its relevant to do so.

Believe me, I know how hard it is to spread the word about your creative endeavors. But this sort of underhanded spam will just make your band seem lame and annoying. Even if I had liked your music (it isn't my thing; I can't stand death/black metal vocals), I'd be hard pressed to want to support a band that was going around spamming forums.

Edit: Well shit, now I'm confused. I see that you actually registered for this forum back in 2016, so maybe you actually are a SN8X fan. The fact this was your first post and that it contained self-promo made me assume your had just registered specifically to promote your band.
« Last Edit: April 06, 2018, 10:04:36 PM by Adam Dravian »