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Wrong credits[edit]


Wrong credits for the song "I Want to Fuck You to Death" by the band Huntress on the album Starbound Beast. In the booklet of the album the lyrics are credited to Lemmy Kilmister but on the page of the album (Starbound Beast) all songs are to the band (except for the last one which is a cover). Also, during their performance of August 11th in Montréal, Québec, Canada, the signer, Jill Janus, stated that she asked her friend Lemmy Kilmister to write them a song and "I Want to Fuck You to Death" is the result.

Viking metal FAC[edit]

I've nominated Viking metal as a featured article. Please give any input you may have on the article. Thanks, --3family6 (Talk to me | See what I have done) 00:58, 1 November 2016 (UTC)

2016 Community Wishlist Survey Proposal to Revive Popular Pages[edit]

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Greetings WikiProject Metal Members!

This is a one-time-only message to inform you about a technical proposal to revive your Popular Pages list in the 2016 Community Wishlist Survey that I think you may be interested in reviewing and perhaps even voting for:

If the above proposal gets in the Top 10 based on the votes, there is a high likelihood of this bot being restored so your project will again see monthly updates of popular pages.

Further, there are over 260 proposals in all to review and vote for, across many aspects of wikis.

Thank you for your consideration. Please note that voting for proposals continues through December 12, 2016.

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Night Ranger: metal or not?[edit]

There's currently a disagreement with their album's inclusion here. I didn't find reliable sources that would justify the claim of Night Ranger being a heavy metal band, but other user doesn't really listen and just keep reverting without any discussion. There's only one source on Night Ranger's article that calls them "heavy metal", but even that source is questionable. Any input on this issue would be appreciated. – Sabbatino (talk) 15:35, 15 January 2017 (UTC)