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Posted by Tristus Scriptor on 19.06.2012 at 00:27
I know it's sooo not metal to be sensitive. It's sooo not cool to have a heart. Blablabla, yadda yadda. Let's all just pretend we aren't actually demons from the abyss for a moment and admit to this question if it applies to us. What song was it? Under what circumstance was it?



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Jtbmetal123

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Age: 23
From: USA

  27.03.2013 at 14:16
I haven't cried to any song or album. I've been close but no tear.
velkito

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From: Bulgaria
  08.04.2013 at 01:18
Don't think I've cried, but I do remember the first time I listened to 'Sailing into Eternity' by Black messiah. When that bassoon/trumpet struck the notes, my instinctive reaction was a fist in the air and that familiar, spectacular feelings of shivers all over your body you get when you listen to something awesome
Metal_Elle

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Age: 30
From: France

  14.04.2013 at 15:12
Yes, I've cried after I have listened to some songs, for example "Dust To Dust" from french power metal band Heavenly. That's a very emotionnal song. And also after Stratovarius' "Forever"...
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  25.04.2013 at 09:21
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R Lewis
That Useless Guy

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Age: 19
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  25.04.2013 at 10:12
I did. Listening to Sonata Arctica's "Shy". It remembers me of a friend of mine I love but I haven't the courage to tell her. Idiot
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Mercyful_Kate

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Age: 26
From: USA

  25.04.2013 at 17:01
I've cried my first time listening to a lot of songs. Anathema's Judgement probably takes the cake though. The lyrics are so permeating and haunting.
tea[m]ster
Au Pays Natal

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Age: 41
From: USA

  28.04.2013 at 19:37
I may have had a few beers in me but one time I got all emotional listening to "Garden Of Light" by Isis.
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MetallicA

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Age: 27
From: USA

  29.04.2013 at 00:33
Nope.
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Pitwulf93

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Age: 20
From: The Netherlands

  23.05.2013 at 20:19
Written by R Lewis on 25.04.2013 at 10:12

I did. Listening to Sonata Arctica's "Shy". It remembers me of a friend of mine I love but I haven't the courage to tell her. Idiot


I know what you mean man. That song described my situation very well. Stay clear of "The Misery" by Sonata it might be even sadder than Shy. Ironically though, my current girlfriend is also a huge fan of Sonata Arctica. These things have a funny way of working out. If she is single, just tell her how you feel about her
Lit.
Brütal Legend

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Age: 27
From: USA

  04.08.2013 at 19:48
I think A Question In Heaven by Iced Earth is the closest I've ever come to openly tearing up.
That end part is just so fucking beautiful and tragic, and the waterworks especially start around the lines "I know you can't forgive me, I know I'm on my own, I know that I've betrayed you, you know I walk alone..."
The vocalization in the background doesn't help, either.
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Atrocious Virgin

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Age: 24
From: India

  05.08.2013 at 10:31
Written by Lit. on 04.08.2013 at 19:48

I think A Question In Heaven by Iced Earth is the closest I've ever come to openly tearing up.
That end part is just so fucking beautiful and tragic, and the waterworks especially start around the lines "I know you can't forgive me, I know I'm on my own, I know that I've betrayed you, you know I walk alone..."
The vocalization in the background doesn't help, either.


It's a very good song especially covering the history of 'Simmons', it made up the whole environment of song very catchy and remorseful. Probably, my one of the favorite off Iced Earth.
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Pennywise

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  06.08.2013 at 01:21
Nope never, if it wouldn't be a metal song, not an extreme one for sure.
Fearmeister
Super Toaster

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Age: 23
From: USA

  06.08.2013 at 03:05
Written by Pennywise on 06.08.2013 at 01:21

Nope never, if it wouldn't be a metal song, not an extreme one for sure.


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BestMetalstormer

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Age: 26
From: Vietnam

  21.08.2013 at 07:17
Weeping is not cry... I do believe music can move the ppl emotion. Songs like sound of snow, raindrops, no one remeber your name of shamrain made me drop but it actually evokes my wild hard live touch life attacking...when in high school forever and one of helloween very deep, wonder is there anyone still knows or listen to that old veteran band...
ZGoten

Posts: 149

Age: 24
From: Germany

  21.08.2013 at 22:36
If we talk about crying, I came pretty close listening to 'Paradise Lost' by Symphony X for the first time, if I remember correctly. But no, I don't hink I have ever cried or wept the first time I listened to a song, at least not in metal. The only piece of music to achive that was probably 'To Zanarkand' by Nobuo Uematsu.
Lady Eternity

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From: USA

  23.08.2013 at 04:22
"I Was Buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery", by Woods of Ypres. I cry just about every time I listen to it. "I Long" by Saturnus as well. They're both such beautiful songs.
Mattybu
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From: Canada

  23.08.2013 at 05:32
Let me set the scene. It is a windy, rainy night. Inside my library, the mood is somber. I am sitting and reflecting upon the deep matters of life, by dim candlelight. At this point I decide to place Opeth's Blackwater Park in my compact disc player for the first time, and commence listening. Each note tugs at my heart strings... Each beautiful plucked droplet of heavenly music cascades upon my very soul, I feel an immense wave of sheer emotion flush through me, filling my every orifice with melancholy, mystery, and pure, unadulterated passion. I wept uncontrollably as the waves of effervescent music washed over me, as my very being was filled with the essence of life itself. It would be hours before my weeping met an end; long after the conclusion of the album, I could not bring those mighty tears to stop flowing in light of the transformation that took that place that day... Opeth had made me ascend from human, to ultrahuman.

Just kidding it has never happened
Dentura
Shadow King

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Age: 20
From: USA

  23.08.2013 at 06:41
No not exactly, however the closest I've gotten to that feeling was probably when listening to Anathema's Weather Systems (specifically the tracks "Sunlight" and "Internal Landscapes") from last year.
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schlakt

Posts: 47

Age: 19
From: Sweden

  24.08.2013 at 14:45
Lost in paradise - evanescence! first time i heard it, couldn't hold it together
MDM87

Posts: 15

Age: 27
From: Germany

  24.08.2013 at 20:56
Megadeth - a tout le monde, reminds me of a good friend

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