The Psychological Effects of Heavy Metal Music?

Answer Heavy metal is a harder, more intense form of rock music. The term was first introduced in the late 1960s but the genre only really came into its own in the 80s with bands like Slayer, Metallica an... Read More »

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Negative Effects of Heavy Metal Music?

Heavy metal is a genre of rock music characterized by loud, distortion-laden guitars and simple, heavy rhythms, frequently repeated. Early pioneers of the genre include Blue Cheer, Black Sabbath an... Read More »

Heavy Metal Music Facts?

Heavy metal is loud and aggressive popular music. An offshoot of traditional blues-based rock and roll, heavy metal musicians took the instrumentation and structures of rock to a rhythmic and techn... Read More »

Who invented heavy metal music?

According to Victoria Young at Keep It Fast, Paul McCartney, the same man who wrote ballads like "Yesterday," invented heavy metal music with the recording of The Beatles' "Helter Skelter" in 1968.... Read More »

Where did heavy metal music originate?

Heavy metal is a genre of loud rock music that features over-driven electric guitars, booming drums and often piercing vocals. Though popular today, it has been around since the late 1960s.Identifi... Read More »