How to be a ‘hardcore’ metal fan with this awesome DIY DIY guide
When I was younger, the only bands that I could find on my Spotify playlist were thrash bands like Insanitarians and Sloth, and bands that had some kind of ‘dark’ sound like Darkspree or Black Sabbath.
And when I was older, I still listened to some metal on my playlist, but it was more to do with metalcore bands like Deathwish or Metal Against The Grain than hardcore metal bands like Slipknot, Mastodon, or Metallica.
The only time I’ve ever really listened to heavy metal in my life was when I listened to Slayer.
But that’s not to say I never listen to metal anymore.
In fact, I’ve become obsessed with the genre in general.
And I’ve got an amazing DIY project that I’ve been working on for the past few months that I think you should check out.
This DIY project is actually a collection of videos of bands that you can watch at home while you’re at work.
It’s called “Hustle and Flow,” and it’s a video tutorial for creating a playlist of bands with varying genres and styles.
I know I’m going to miss Slayer a lot, but if you’re one of those people who can’t get enough of heavy metal, then I’d recommend watching this.
(The videos are available for free on YouTube.)
The idea behind the playlist is that it’s designed to be more of a playlist than a playlist, because you can’t necessarily expect every band on the playlist to have the same sound and vibe.
You can’t just throw all of the heavy metal bands into a playlist and expect the same thing to work.
But this is how I feel about heavy metal: it’s one of my favorite genres of music, so I’m not going to stop listening to it.
This project is a way to make sure that you don’t have to spend hours and hours searching for every single metal band you can find on Spotify, which could easily be a waste of your time.
You don’t need to spend thousands of dollars on a playlist to be able to find bands with different sound and moods, so this DIY playlist is a great way to find some of your favorite heavy metal groups.
Here’s how you can start your own playlist with bands like Slayer, Mast, and Slipknt.
Start by creating a new playlist: Start by selecting the “Metal playlist” tab on the album art page.
This tab allows you to create a playlist for a specific genre, but you can also add bands from other genres, which is what I did.
You’ll also be able click on the “add a band” button next to the name of the band in the dropdown menu, and you can add any of the bands you want, or you can create a new one.
This will open up a pop-up menu that lets you choose from bands that are available on Spotify.
Pick the bands that most closely match your tastes: There’s a lot of great metal bands on Spotify today, so there’s a good chance that some of the songs on this playlist are the same as bands that we hear on Slayer.
And you can even make a playlist based on which bands you listen to the most on Spotify if you prefer.
There are also several bands that were never on Slayer that are great choices for this playlist, so you can definitely pick those favorites.
Now that you have a playlist in place, it’s time to get to work on creating it.
Go to your music library and create a list of all the bands.
In this example, I picked Slayer as a band, but I’m sure there are other bands you can pick.
To do this, you can click the album title at the top of the playlist list, then click the “play” button to start creating a “playlist.”
This will create a “music library” for each band.
You need to set the album artist and album title for each song that you want to add.
The name of each song will be displayed on the left side of the page, so just click on that to view the band’s music.
Click on the song’s name to view more details about the song.
To add a new song to a playlist that you created, click the “+” icon at the bottom of the “list” list, and then choose the album or artist that you’d like to add a song to.
Next, you’ll want to choose the playlist you want the song to play in.
The playlist will load in, and the song will play.
If you want it to pause, you need to choose a pause option from the drop-down menu.
When the song is finished playing, click “close playlist” to close the playlist.
Repeat the process for the other bands.
Here are the bands I added to my playlist.