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Posted by FOOCK Nam on 13.06.2012 at 16:31
What are scary metal songs you ever listened to ? I mean the songs that make you feel the scary cold touch on your back and neck. Knowing metal is music for enjoyment, but I guess there can some songs that scareeee you. : )

Mine is theses two:
- Bishop Of Hexen - The Somber Ground of Truth
- Swallow The Sun - Ghost of Laura Palmer

What about yours ?



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3rdWorld
Elliot Rodger v2

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  05.09.2016 at 07:32
None of that is metal hence is a post fail.

That Suicide track is really good I enjoyed it. DG was utter crap, sounds like a woman screaming to her effeminate spouse while taking a dump.

I would post a Scott Walker track but then again it wouldn't be metal so I suggest people stick to metal songs alone.
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Paw!!

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  05.09.2016 at 15:57
Written by Cy Nide on 28.08.2016 at 20:36

I don't know about "scary" per say, but for a great, creepy atmosphere it's tough to beat those early King Diamond records.

Not creepy at all, great records, pure heavy metal.

Written by Crimson Maiden on 05.09.2016 at 00:42

A metal like song that used to scare the shit out of me was Marilyn Manson's remake of Sweet Dreams...the video of this song gave me nightmares for awhile...8-]]

The Batlord

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  05.09.2016 at 18:07
Written by DualHelix on 05.09.2016 at 05:16
Pretty crazy you mentioned Diamanda Galas, I asked my mother the other day if she remember anything truly giving her the creeps and she mentioned Galas' Litanies of Satan. Which I heard about a long time ago but only heard five seconds of it since it's just yelling and noise.


An easier Diamanda Galas album to get into would be You Must Be Certain of the Devil. The closest she ever came to being accessible.



Written by 3rdWorld on 05.09.2016 at 07:32

None of that is metal hence is a post fail.

That Suicide track is really good I enjoyed it. DG was utter crap, sounds like a woman screaming to her effeminate spouse while taking a dump.

I would post a Scott Walker track but then again it wouldn't be metal so I suggest people stick to metal songs alone.


Meh. Metal isn't scary after you've heard the five millionth death metal or black metal band. Avant garde is where you should go to be disturbed. Needed to be said.
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Bands that suck: Dream Theater, Dragonforce, Pink Floyd, Pearl Jam, the folk rock half of Led Zeppelin, 99% of thrash metal bands from the turn of the century, Mumford & Sons, any death metal band influenced by Necrophagist.

That is all for now.
DualHelix

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  08.09.2016 at 12:24
Written by The Batlord on 05.09.2016 at 18:07

Written by DualHelix on 05.09.2016 at 05:16
Pretty crazy you mentioned Diamanda Galas, I asked my mother the other day if she remember anything truly giving her the creeps and she mentioned Galas' Litanies of Satan. Which I heard about a long time ago but only heard five seconds of it since it's just yelling and noise.


An easier Diamanda Galas album to get into would be You Must Be Certain of the Devil. The closest she ever came to being accessible.



Written by 3rdWorld on 05.09.2016 at 07:32

None of that is metal hence is a post fail.

That Suicide track is really good I enjoyed it. DG was utter crap, sounds like a woman screaming to her effeminate spouse while taking a dump.

I would post a Scott Walker track but then again it wouldn't be metal so I suggest people stick to metal songs alone.


Meh. Metal isn't scary after you've heard the five millionth death metal or black metal band. Avant garde is where you should go to be disturbed. Needed to be said.



Very strange. Still I wouldn't exactly call it accessable haha.

Written by 3rdWorld on 05.09.2016 at 07:32

None of that is metal hence is a post fail.

That Suicide track is really good I enjoyed it. DG was utter crap, sounds like a woman screaming to her effeminate spouse while taking a dump.

I would post a Scott Walker track but then again it wouldn't be metal so I suggest people stick to metal songs alone.


Scott Walker? He's just strange, not really scary or anything. But yes, you're right about DG.
Paw!!

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  08.09.2016 at 15:58
There are tons of non-metal songs that can scare you to the bone.

example: power electronics, death industrial, ritual ambient.
DualHelix

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  09.09.2016 at 12:10
Written by Paw!! on 08.09.2016 at 15:58

There are tons of non-metal songs that can scare you to the bone.

example: power electronics, death industrial, ritual ambient.


What is Ritual Ambient? Never even heard of that.
Paw!!

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  09.09.2016 at 19:02
Written by DualHelix on 09.09.2016 at 12:10

Written by Paw!! on 08.09.2016 at 15:58

There are tons of non-metal songs that can scare you to the bone.

example: power electronics, death industrial, ritual ambient.


What is Ritual Ambient? Never even heard of that.

sub-genre of dark ambient, but with ritual atmosphere, sometimes with spoken words or grief/chant voices.

Example: Aghast (Norway), Aeoga etc. . .
3rdWorld
Elliot Rodger v2

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  09.09.2016 at 20:56
Written by The Batlord on 05.09.2016 at 18:07

Metal isn't scary after you've heard the five millionth death metal or black metal band.

Exactly, thats why we have the thread as "Scary metal songs you have ever listened to ?".

I guess everybody knows by now that other genres can sound and evoke fear and terror much better then metal. So it may be better to scourge for scary metal songs for a change, to see whats the best the genre can come up with. Now go search for that GTT/Phurpa influenced metal band that nobody knows it exists.
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Mik

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  09.09.2016 at 22:50
Esoterics The Maniacal Vale still scares me a bit, even after five million death metal bands. Portals Outre is also scary sometimes.
3rdWorld
Elliot Rodger v2

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  16.09.2016 at 23:24
Ok shoot me for being a topic nazi above.

This isn't metal and its not scary but its definitely pretty unnerving, especially the weird vocal effects. I wouldn't definitely sleep with this on a loop.

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Karlabos
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  16.09.2016 at 23:37
Well, I always found NwW to be pretty scary...
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Paw!!

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  16.10.2016 at 11:39
Written by Mik on 09.09.2016 at 22:50

Esoterics The Maniacal Vale still scares me a bit, even after five million death metal bands. Portals Outre is also scary sometimes.

What? The Maniacal Vale? I think their 2nd album is more scary.
Mik

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  17.10.2016 at 21:41
Written by Paw!! on 16.10.2016 at 11:39

Written by Mik on 09.09.2016 at 22:50

Esoterics The Maniacal Vale still scares me a bit, even after five million death metal bands. Portals Outre is also scary sometimes.

What? The Maniacal Vale? I think their 2nd album is more scary.

You dont find Circle scary sometimes? Who are you?
Paw!!

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  18.10.2016 at 05:14
Written by Mik on 17.10.2016 at 21:41

Written by Paw!! on 16.10.2016 at 11:39

Written by Mik on 09.09.2016 at 22:50

Esoterics The Maniacal Vale still scares me a bit, even after five million death metal bands. Portals Outre is also scary sometimes.

What? The Maniacal Vale? I think their 2nd album is more scary.

You dont find Circle scary sometimes? Who are you?

Well when you said it, i try to listen it again (about 20mins), and not works!
Alondate

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  27.10.2016 at 12:22
When I first heard about some depressive black metal acts like Silencer. IT SCARED THE SHIT OUT OF ME! But after a while, I got used to them. Nowadays this power electronics thing really scares me

For example, what the fuck is this? I really want to speak with someone who like this kind of music. Why?

Paw!!

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  27.10.2016 at 16:27
Written by Alondate on 27.10.2016 at 12:22

When I first heard about some depressive black metal acts like Silencer. IT SCARED THE SHIT OUT OF ME! But after a while, I got used to them. Nowadays this power electronics thing really scares me

That genre. . . . .

Its like Ultimate of extreme music.
ZÖN

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  09.11.2016 at 00:27
Metal wise, there are a few things that have conjured up a dark enough atmosphere to shake me

the ambiance here is very unsettling, but the metal is very kick ass


very much noise oriented, even more dominant than metal


And a plethora of stuff from Mories of Gnaw their Tongues, Cloak of Altering, Astral, etc
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http://www.last.fm/user/templeruins

https://ququmatz.bandcamp.com/releases Progressive/experimental black metal
https://znmusic.bandcamp.com/ Avant-garde drone metal, ambient, noise
https://noosefiller.bandcamp.com/ Experimental raw black metal/noise

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