I hate most modern music. It consists of ghetto blacks and negrified whites talking about committing perverted sex acts, going to "da club," and abusing creative drugs. When I'm in the car I listen to the local rock station, but their music is too white trash for me and ultimately much rock music is black music. When I'm at home, I listen to folk rock and metal. I especially like symphonic metal. It's quite refreshing compared to the jetsam radio stations toss out.
Unfortunately, most whites would rather give their money to blacks, wiggers, and Jews rather than their own people and they would rather listen to a Negro guttersnipe chant about "supersoak(ing) dat ho" than songs rich in their own history.
Below are some of the songs and bands that I am fond of. They are mostly by European bands, since apparently that's how far you have to go to avoid ghetto black influence.
Unless you are a linguist you won't understand the lyrics - this band often sings in Gaulish. Eluveitie is a Swiss folk metal band that plays with not only modern instruments, but also traditional Celtic instruments.
Here's another song from Eluveitie, albeit in English. This has the screaming vocals common in death metal. But you can also hear the traditional instruments pretty well.
If you don't like the primeval vocals, here's an instrumental version of one of their songs.
Here's a Swedish folk metal band called Asynja. Their songs are usually about Norse mythology.
They also have explicitly white nationalist songs, such as this one.
Here's one by the Swedish band Ultima Thule. It's an interesting rendition of the Civil War song, When Johnny Comes Marching Home.
Speaking of When Johnny Comes Marching Home, here's an instrumental version. Of course, since there are no lyrics it could also be For Bales.
I'm generally not a fan of country music, but I'll make an exception for Johnny Cash. Here's him singing Ghost Riders in the Sky.
Here's a rock version of it by the Outlaws.
Moving back to metal, this is from the gothic metal band Sirenia.
Some symphonic metal from the Finnish band Nightwish.
Here's another song by the same band.
Yet another. The female vocals are nice to listen to once you get tired of listening to death metal screams.
Here's their cover of The Phantom of the Opera.
This is a song about Valkyries by the Finnish band Amberian Dawn.
The songs above are examples of what happens when music is created by those on the right half of the bell curve rather than by the flotsam of society.