Would you want a forum like this?

Discussion in 'Locker Room' started by C.M. Shaddix, Sep 14, 2014.

  1. I've interested lately into opening up a music forum for discussion of genres like rock, metal, grunge, metalcore punk, hardcore and more stuff like that due to my fondness of exploring new music everyday. If I make a forum like that would you be interested?

    Its would be for bands like Metallica, Rise Against, A Day to Remember, Shinedown, The Offspring, Green Day, Blink-182, Avenged Sevenfold, Korn, Three Days Grace, Breaking Benjamin, Seether, AC/DC, Guns N Roses, System of a Down, Asking Alexandria, Of Mice & Men, Beartooth, The Word Alive, Mayday Parade, We the Kings, Yellow Card, Foo Fighters, Issues, Close Your Eyes, Papa Roach, Linkin Park, Thirty Seconds to Mars, My Chemical Romance, Attack Attack!(US), Modern Echo, The Devil Wears Prada, Four Year Strong, Billy Talent, The Used...

    The list goes on and on, so I would just divide forums up by genre, yeah I got a lot of bands I follow,or I just know (I don't really like Prada actaully, or normally listen to Guns N Roses). And i'm open to other bands from you guys we can talk about on this dream forum. What do you guys think?
  2. It'd be cool I reckon. Think you should have an alternate section for general music still though or similar for ppl to discuss indie or similar.
  3. yeah I was debating an indie section, i'll include a forum for genreal music if this happens
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  4. A smaller forum would be boss. As all the main ones are just thousands of ppl an zero interaction between members.
  5. I get what you're trying to go for I just don't think it would get very much attention, well as much as one would think anyway.. hmm I can't really think of anything that would spruce up the idea to make it a bit more attractive.. I'd say try it out if it's something you really want to do and then feel it out but don't invest too much time or money into it if you're not getting the results to show your hard work.
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