Nanchang China Music
It is no secret for the average metalhead in China that the country is currently experiencing one of the most exciting and dynamic metal music scenes in the world. While many other cities in China have their own strong metal scene, Beijing continues to serve as the primary flame that forms some of our country's best bands, including Metallica, Iron Maiden, Slayer and many others.
It has become an important railway hub for southern China, with a strategic location to connect the prosperous east and south of China. It is also home to one of the largest and most popular music festivals in the world, the Beijing Metal Festival.
More than 20 airlines operate here and it has one of the largest airports in the world with more than 1,000 flights per day.
Currently, it takes about 3 hours to get from Beijing to Shanghai, but many other railways are under construction. Nanchang is connected to Hangzhou, Changsha and Shanghai by rails, runways and even an underground railway system with a total length of 1,000 km.
Like Wuhan, Nanchang is an important railway junction and has a strategic position connecting eastern and southern China. It is surrounded by the Great Wall of China, the Yangtze River and the East China Sea and is the main railway junction.
The Nanchang Long Distance Bus Station serves as the main bus station for the city, as well as a number of other bus lines. There are two major bus stops in the city, one in Wuhan and the other in Guangdong.
Nanchang is located at the confluence of the Gan River and other rivers that together make up China's largest freshwater lake and the second largest in the world. The city is revered as the green pearl of southern China, and both the lake and the river in it give it a special charm.
State Councillor Liu Yandong expects Nanchang University to be a world-class university with "Chinese characteristics." The essay, which praises the university's achievements and its status as a popular art university in China, secures its position as one of the world's most prestigious universities.
The bands on this list, ranging from established mainstays to fresh newcomers, are pushing Chinese metal forward with hunger, determination and passionately original music. Chinese folk - atmospheric black metal played at world class level by these bands, their iconic outfits belie their status as one of the most influential metal bands in the world. Destroyed Flesh, Rape the Flesh and Dismembered, "from China-based metal label Pest Productions, is a testament to the band's dedication and devotion to their craft.
Lei Lei, aka Ray, is an animator and MC from Nanchang who has spent most of his adult life in Beijing. As if that wasn't enough, Wu Wei also owns and operates the world's largest live music festival, the Beijing Black Metal Festival. This means a full-blown metal festival with live performances by the band every Saturday and Sunday.
He said, "China has always been a very wonderful country and I am fascinated by it, but I do not plan to return to China until it is sure that it is doing so. Chinese culture and language and establish themselves by spreading them through the word.
After completing the six-day training at VMC Beijing this spring, Chocolate has visited many playshops that are taught in China. Tonny from KHS Music in Beijing noted that there are already Chinese drum circles and sponsoring associations. There are concerts between the universities of Nanchang and Xavier, and there is a China toy shop.
Chinese music, but it produced a healthy amount of hip-hop and attracted a large and diverse crowd to gain a deeper understanding of Chinese culture of western music and to appreciate and marvel at its beauty and diversity.
Nanchang - the metal-based label Pest Productions, which has a lot of Chinese and international acts on its list. One of them is Persecuted, a band that was released in 2015 and has performed at festivals in China, the US, Europe, Australia, Japan and even the United States.
This late night session was largely a packed Yaa Grooves party, mixed with the overlapping traditional Chinese folk songs that everyone knows. The band followed suit, presenting powerful acoustic interpretations of songs found on the band's previous releases. The SAF Central Band performed at the Nanchang Music Festival last year, with Wang Xu, the drummer of WHITE (above), confusing us all. This mixtape is the end of the first half of the album, a collection of four tracks from the group's debut album.