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Posted by FUCK Vietnam 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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MetalButt

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  10.07.2014 at 17:52
Satanic warmaster - one shining star.
Fallen Ghost
Metal & Beer

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  06.08.2014 at 17:42
Deadone, seriously, no one was obviously kidding, don't be offended!
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Mad Arab666

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  07.08.2014 at 06:09
First Prayer - death spell omega.
The first you listen it especially if you are by yourself in the dark can be quite scary. You feel as the song closes, something is coming to get you.
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_deepblack

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  04.11.2014 at 13:04
Classic : Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
M C Vice
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  05.11.2014 at 09:14
Written by no one on 08.07.2014 at 10:50

what if the song ends and it's silent for a while and you start dozing off then it goes BOO!!....actually that would just be frightening.

If that counts, then Tarja's Ciaran's Well does that. The album's good to listen to when going to sleep, except for that song near the end if you forget it's there and aren't expecting it.
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  05.11.2014 at 15:26
Written by M C Vice on 05.11.2014 at 09:14

Written by no one on 08.07.2014 at 10:50

what if the song ends and it's silent for a while and you start dozing off then it goes BOO!!....actually that would just be frightening.

If that counts, then Tarja's Ciaran's Well does that. The album's good to listen to when going to sleep, except for that song near the end if you forget it's there and aren't expecting it.

I had a similar experience when I heard Shining's Neka Morgondagen. That ending... holy shit!
Wukk

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  06.11.2014 at 16:00
My first death metal and black metal songs terrified me at first (note: not just because they were extreme metal), but strangely enough, they kept me listening and got me into the genres as a whole. Specifically, this intro and this midsection respectively.
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Wingtorte

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  13.11.2014 at 03:09
Axis of Perdition's album Deleted Scenes from the Transition Hospital used to creep the shit out of me! I haven't listened to it in years but I can imagine it would still have the same effect today. One of those albums that you start to get that chill up your spine if you listen to it with the lights off

Stillhet's Silent Hill cover gave me a bit of a chill as well the first time I listened to it.
Wukk

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  13.11.2014 at 17:08
Written by Wingtorte on 13.11.2014 at 03:09
Axis of Perdition's album Deleted Scenes from the Transition Hospital used to creep the shit out of me!

This is the scariest album I can think of right now.
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  14.11.2014 at 01:34
Being scared... what an elusive state.
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Stereolab42

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  30.11.2014 at 11:12
Blood Eagle from Amon Amarth's latest album... about a guy being skinned alive in an elaborate way, and what he's feeling at the time. Ouch.
Jaeryd
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  06.12.2014 at 00:38
The first time I listened to "Bathory Erzsebet" from Sunn O)))'s Black One, it was 1 a.m. and I was alone in the dark. It terrified me.

It was nothing compared to seeing them live, though. They put me in a trance so deep... I almost fell asleep twice, and both times, right before I lost consciousness, Attila Csihar let out the loudest, most horrifying shriek which jolted me back to awareness. At the very end, it sounded like all of Hell had opened up and the millions of burning, tormented souls were screaming down my throat and eviscerating my soul. Not once in my life have I ever experienced anything similar to that.
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  28.09.2015 at 13:42
Trist - Zrcadlení melancholie. Maybe its work for you guys
Chronic

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  07.10.2015 at 03:27
When Time to Die by Electric Wizard came out I bought and got really stoned while listening to it.
That kind of scared me. So that would be my vote
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Paw!!

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  03.11.2015 at 06:46
All songs from Cold Lake scared me as hell.
no one

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  03.11.2015 at 07:28
Written by Paw!! on 28.09.2015 at 13:42

Trist - Zrcadlení melancholie. Maybe its work for you guys

doesn't scare me but it's awesome
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Jaeryd
Desert Mouse

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  05.11.2015 at 01:21
Gnaw Their Tongues has some a bunch of stuff that freaks me out. Really interesting stuff, but a bit hard for me to listen to at times.
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  26.11.2015 at 08:07
The tricky thing about metal is you can't dive into the deep end when you start, or you'll scare all interest out of your system. Goregrind, Pornogrind, Brutal Death Metal, and Depressive Suicidal Black Metal scared the crap out of me 3 years ago
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Paw!!

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  09.12.2015 at 04:36
Written by jrod916 on 26.11.2015 at 08:07

The tricky thing about metal is you can't dive into the deep end when you start, or you'll scare all interest out of your system. Goregrind, Pornogrind, Brutal Death Metal, and Depressive Suicidal Black Metal scared the crap out of me 3 years ago


and now you stop listening to them, do you?
SilverScreen

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  31.12.2015 at 17:28
Sortsind have some really fucked up songs

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