Extreme Metal Olympics
As the Extreme Medal Olympics come to an end, only two bands have gone undefeated in four straight battles, bringing them to the Gold Medal Round. However, another two acts have proven to be fierce competitors, and although they are no longer in contention for a gold medal, one act will walk away with a bronze one.
After over two weeks of voting and four grueling rounds in the books, we've reached the final part of Loudwire's Extreme Metal Olympics. It's been an awesome run, with a total of 32 bands from around the world representing their countries in the competition. With only Death and Dir En Grey left undefeated, the two acts will now duke it out for a gold medal.
Welcome to the Semi Finals of the Extreme Metal Olympics. Beginning with 32 bands competing for glory, we're now down to four bands after a grueling cycle of eliminations. Your votes will now determine which bands will advance to the Gold Medal Round.
The Extreme Metal Olympics is soon coming to an end, with a total of 32 bands from around the world diminishing into only four in our Semi Finals. The winning bands from Group 1 and Group 2 will now go head-to-head in order to determine which band will advance to the Gold Medal Round.
Group 4 of the Extreme Metal Olympics has featured heavier-than-hell bands from countries such as Belgium, Austria, Japan and Canada. The eight bands within Group 4 have been diminished into two Quarter-Finalists, one of who will win their bracket and move on to the Semi Finals.
Group 3 of the Extreme Metal Olympics features an incredibly diverse group of bands from countries such as Sweden, Australia, Poland, France + more. In the Quarter Finals of the Extreme Metal Olympics, we've got the sole Finnish entry facing one of the Sweden's most extreme bands.
In Group 2 of the Extreme Metal Olympics, we've got a Quarter Finals match pitting Brazil against the good ol' USA. Two metal pioneers are left to represent their respective countries and become the champions of Group 2.