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Who are fans of this type of metal/screamo?

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July 18, 2019 / By Camryn
Question: Bring Me The Horizon Annotations of an Autopsy Arsonists get all the girls Suicide Silence As blood runs black War of Ages Rose Funeral Warbringer Nile Rob Zombie White Zombie Parkway Drive etc.
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Amalee Amalee | 5 days ago
OMG ....Bring me to horizon is kickass...ima go see them at the taste of chaos tour.....i just cant get enough of that one song called Chelsea Smile
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Amalee Originally Answered: I need help writing an screamo/metal/rock song?
Honestly, on any given day it's hard for me to write a song. But whenever something really bad happens to me, or i'm frustrated or having a panic attack at night or something I whip out my notebook and start writing out all the emotions in my head and on my mind and even if it's not the typical song format, it always seems to work out really well. I always come up with the most creative stuff when i'm full of emotion (whether its good excited emotion or negative emotion.) It's hard to just think of something off the bat so let the world inspire you. Think about the best moments and worst moments of your life and write about that. So many metal and rock songs are all about emotion...remember there isn't necessarily a right or wrong way to write songs, they are completely your own and I'm sure you have what it takes to make something really creative and cool. Good luck! I hope this kinda helped.. *and if you can scream, I suggest writing songs based on negative feelings and experiences, because the screaming really emphasizes the emotions of anger and frustration.

Amalee Originally Answered: What type of metal chain link is the strongest?
just a thought you make no mention of safety,corrosion etc,usually chains are made tested to destruction and then used at a quarter-third of this,do you require the chain to stretch before breaking and remember its only as strong as the weakest link done a bit of research and im wondering why you dont take this problem to the theatres fly rigging professionals surely wouldnt they know what is available better than people on here.the thing is ive discovered that the norm is that the equipment in this situation should be 8 times the breaking strain,and i dont know enough about this but cant you use fibre such as aramid/kevlar because i can see a kinked or twisted chain being very prone to snapping unless it had a protective covering which then means it would look like a cable/rope type thing anyway thats just about all i can say on this
Amalee Originally Answered: What type of metal chain link is the strongest?
I'm not aware that titanium chains are made by anyone, except maybe as jewelry, not for load bearing purposes. Titanium is incredibly expensive, it's actually not quite as strong as steel. It's main advantage is it's low density, corrosion resistance, and heat resistance, which makes it useful for certain parts in jet aircraft. Tungsten chains are also not made, I can't think of any purpose for such an item. why use tungsten or titanium when you have low-cost steel? You should go with ordinary steel chains, ones designed for load bearing. You should assume a safety factor of at least five. so a chain with a 1,000 lb test rating should be sufficient for your needs. The reason for such a high safety factor you ought to understand already. If you fall, the g-force on the chain needed to safely stop your fall will be much greater than 160 lbs!! A necklace-sized steel chain won't come anywhere near a 1,000 lb rating, for your information. One problem with steel chains is they have very little "stretch" to them, this makes them not attractive as safety lines. Unlike synthetic fibers like nylons and spectra which have excellent shock-absorbing qualities. Don't you work with rigging experts at Circ du Soleil? They'd know all about chains and things of that nature.
Amalee Originally Answered: What type of metal chain link is the strongest?
The one with the biggest links. Take a look at the anchor chain used on aircraft carriers. This is engineering. If you want a specific answer, ask specific questions. "Strongest" is not specific enough. You need to define the requirements. You mention Ti so this implies that specific strength is important, tensile strength per unit weight of chain. In terms of ultimate tensile strength, it is difficult to beat the best steels. Is it a problem if it cuts your head off before it breaks? If you need to consider elastic and plastic behavior, you need to define what is acceptable. Will there be impact loads? Do you worry about corrosion? If this is in contact with skin, do you care if it causes a rash or turns the skin colors or slowly poisons you? How about temperature above or below body temp? How much money do you have to spend? All these questions and more need to be considered in engineering.

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