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@marino: I heard some of it, it’s not bad. I actually just listened to her new track Wasted On You which has a bit of a mix of that style and Evanescence. Funnily enough, the white dude rapping is the lead singer of 12 Stones, another band I listened to a lot in high school.

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@marino: Hell yeah, those first 2 albums are great.

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@csl316: Funny thing for me, I didn't get into Korn until it seemed like everyone gave up on them. I thought See You On The Other Side and the untitled album were actually really great. And I even kinda liked the dubstep album.

@cikame:I'll have to check out some of your suggestions when I get a chance. I was never a big Mudvayne fan until their last, self-titled album. That one blew me away and I've been a fan of their work since. Hellyeah seems a bit too much like a dude-bro-party-rock spinoff for me but I should give them more of a chance to fill that Mudvayne-shaped hole. And I think the only djent/prog band I've been really into is Tesseract, and Voices From The Fuselage. As far as mixing styles goes I've become a big fan of Zeal & Ardor. Their conceit is basically what if the slaves brought to the US got into Satan instead of Jesus. Also Bloodywood, a metal band that started doing metal covers of Bollywood songs and have now spun off into new songs. Bollywood beats and metal is an amazing mix.

@justin258: I wouldn't really consider BB or Red nu metal either but they lumped in there. I think even Rock Band lists BB as such which I thought was weird. But yep, they're both still going. BB went on hiatus for like 6 years because Ben was involved in a lawsuit with other members of the band. He came back a few years ago with a new band and their last album has probably some of my favourite songs from them. As for Red, also still going. They've been alternating good and meh albums for a while, their newest I really enjoyed though.

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GB has a long history of shitting on "nu" or "alternative" metal/rock or even emo bands from the late 90s or early 2000s, and often rightfully so, but I'm still a fan of some of the bands I grew up with. Wondering if there are any other GB duders still rocking bands they were a fan of at the height of the raprock.

I definitely grew out of a lot of the bands I listened to in my teens or early 20s, but I remain a fan of a select few. Linkin Park (RIP Chester) still make their way onto my playlist often, alongside Breaking Benjamin, Seether, Audioslave, Red, Chevelle, Alter Bridge, and 10 Years.

In my mid 20s I came to realization that maybe Disturbed was never good? I was just 13 and liked loud music lol. A few tracks I will still play for nostalgia but boy, some of it is rough to go back to.

Also any new suggestions are welcome, I'm currently listening to the new Red album which is way better than I expected.

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@mellotronrules: Similar to your facility there has been a lot of prep work here. Entire floors have emptied with patients being either discharged or moved to other areas and an extra wing of our critical care unit that's usually used for storage has been opened and prepped. And there is likely to be a lot of redeploying of frontline staff to other areas if they have the experience. Everyone is running on caffeine and a constant mild level of anxiety.

And I'll echo the sentiment, stay safe everyone. And seriously, stay at home if possible.

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Hey all, I was just curious if there are any other GB community members out there working in healthcare. I'm working as a porter in a large hospital campus in Ontario, Canada. We have multiple confirmed COVID cases in area with a few admitted here and the number, like everywhere else, is expected to skyrocket soon. Especially with our hospital being sort of a healthcare hub for surrounding towns. I have a lot of patient contact in my job and thinking about where we're headed can get stressful quickly. The barrage of emails containing constantly shifting policies as the situation evolves isn't helping either.

If you are a healthcare worker, how has your facility responded? Do you feel safe working where you are? Interested to hear any thoughts people might have. Or maybe some questions non-healthcare workers might have about what it's like for us now.

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It's been hard to find Horde partners in some of the GB crews, should we consolidate the 5-6 GB crews into 1 or 2 more active ones?

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I had a memory of the first DOOM movie being bad but fun, having watched it again last year I no longer hold that view. It’s really awful, the first-person sequence is still kinda bad but fun but the rest of the movie is a slog. This one looks like it has an even lower budget than the first, but I’m still morbidly curious.

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