11 Most Emotional Vocalists


- only those featured on metalstorm

Created by: ~Starchild~ | 18.03.2012



1. Patrick Walker - 40 Watt Sun, Warning
2. Alan "Nemtheanga" Averill - Primordial
3. Aðalbjörn Tryggvason - Sólstafir
4. Tilo Wolff - Lacrimosa
5. Tom Phillips - While Heaven Wept
6. Messiah Marcolin - ex-Candlemass
7. Daniel Brennare - Lake Of Tears
8. Matthias "Calix Miseriea" Kogler - Estatic Fear
9. John Haughm - Agalloch
10. Markus "F.F. Yugoth" "Ulf Theodor Schwadorf" Stock - Empyrium
11. Daniel Droste - Ahab



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20.03.2012 - 02:29
Lokaeda
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Vielleicht Matt Barlow of Iced Earth? Obwohl I don't know if he's emotional, or just extremely powerful ^^
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20.03.2012 - 03:53
Branzig
Danzig. You're missing Glenn Danzig.

Glenn Motherfuckin' Danzig
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20.03.2012 - 03:59
Marcel Hubregtse
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Written by Branzig on 20.03.2012 at 03:53

Danzig. You're missing Glenn Danzig.

Glenn Motherfuckin' Danzig


Lemme guess something to do with a username?

Even though I am a totally huge fan of Danzig I through IV I don't really find Glenn's vocals all that emotional
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20.03.2012 - 04:58
Branzig
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 20.03.2012 at 03:59

Lemme guess something to do with a username?

Even though I am a totally huge fan of Danzig I through IV I don't really find Glenn's vocals all that emotional


Anytime anything about vocals comes up, Danzig is #1 in my book regardless lol.

And "Come to Silver," "Going Down To Die," "Blood and Tears," as well as "Cold Cold Rain" are all very emotional Danzig tracks IMO
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20.03.2012 - 05:02
Marcel Hubregtse
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Written by Branzig on 20.03.2012 at 04:58


"Blood and Tears,"



Mmm that one actually is as is his original version of "Mother" but those are really the only two I can think of
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21.03.2012 - 00:45
~Starchild~
Written by Branzig on 20.03.2012 at 03:53

Danzig. You're missing Glenn Danzig.

Glenn Motherfuckin' Danzig

Actually I'm not very familiar with his music. Not at all to be honest. I'm gonna give him a try
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21.03.2012 - 06:28
Branzig
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Written by ~Starchild~ on 21.03.2012 at 00:45


Actually I'm not very familiar with his music. Not at all to be honest. I'm gonna give him a try


What?! Blasphemy!

Mandatory listenings of Danzig I-IV for you!
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21.03.2012 - 17:20
Kurty Wurty
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Written by ~Starchild~ on 20.03.2012 at 01:29

Hum, not really. I can't stand Pete's voice at all; I can't really judge Warrel Dane, because I dislike Nevermore; and for Johan Hegg, well, I agree that he can be emotional at times (f. ex. on Under The Northern Star), but generally he's surely not the first singer who springs to my mind when I think about emotions.


Really? That's surprising about the first 2 singers I thought. Yet why Johan came to mind were songs I find more importantly that hit that emotional mark like Fate Of Norns, Embrace The Endless Ocean, Across The Rainbow Bridge and most definitely Arson.
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21.03.2012 - 22:08
Kubina91
Where is Peter Dolving from The Haunted?
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21.03.2012 - 23:32
~Starchild~
Written by Kurty Wurty on 21.03.2012 at 17:20

Really? That's surprising about the first 2 singers I thought.

Yeah, everybody seems to like them, except for me. I've tried it several times, but I couldn't get into those bands at all

Written by Kubina91 on 21.03.2012 at 22:08

Where is Peter Dolving from The Haunted?

Never heard of them before, but as I have hardly any interest in Thrash, I was sure that this not for me. Gave them a try nevertheless but didn't like it.
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22.03.2012 - 10:15
M C Vice
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Written by M C Vice on 19.03.2012 at 09:02

Was Quorthon a chance? He's pretty passionate(?) on his viking albums, especially the Nordland albums.


Imo, Quorthon has a voice that fits along with his music, but it's not an amazing voice. Even on the viking albums you can really tell he can't sing x)

I didn't say he was a good singer. I just said he had a lot of passion in his voice, especially on the Nordland albums.
Axl Rose is a pretty passionate singer, too.
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23.03.2012 - 00:18
Fredd
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The vocalists of Cormorant...
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23.03.2012 - 01:54
~Starchild~
Written by Guest on 23.03.2012 at 00:18

The vocalists of Cormorant...

Listening to them for the first time and I gotta say wow, really impressive! Including the vocals. Will definitely give them a few more spins. Thanks a lot for the suggestion
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23.03.2012 - 12:03
Fredd
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Written by ~Starchild~ on 23.03.2012 at 01:54

Written by Guest on 23.03.2012 at 00:18

The vocalists of Cormorant...

Listening to them for the first time and I gotta say wow, really impressive! Including the vocals. Will definitely give them a few more spins. Thanks a lot for the suggestion

The vocals on "A Howling Dust" off their 2011 album are some of my all-time favourites.
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30.03.2012 - 14:58
Kurty Wurty
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Just because of the recent news, what about Burton C.Bell or even James Hetfield?
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31.03.2012 - 15:16
Dark Cornatus
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Written by Guest on 20.03.2012 at 02:29

Vielleicht Matt Barlow of Iced Earth? Obwohl I don't know if he's emotional, or just extremely powerful ^^

I would second that. He does very good emotions in his voice. Not ALL the time, but when he does (Melancholy), wow!
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31.03.2012 - 16:08
PocketMetal
Nice list .
I would put Virgin Black's singer on #1 though .
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31.03.2012 - 16:23
~Starchild~
Written by Kurty Wurty on 30.03.2012 at 14:58

Just because of the recent news, what about Burton C.Bell or even James Hetfield?

Hum, it really seems like we have a very different opinion on what's emotional. Besides, James' vocals suck for a long time already.

Written by Dark Cornatus on 31.03.2012 at 15:16

Written by Guest on 20.03.2012 at 02:29

Vielleicht Matt Barlow of Iced Earth? Obwohl I don't know if he's emotional, or just extremely powerful ^^

I would second that. He does very good emotions in his voice. Not ALL the time, but when he does (Melancholy), wow!

I agree, he can be very emotional. However, as I said already, for the moment I don't plan to enlarge the list, but maybe I will in the future and then he'll probably be in.

Written by PocketMetal on 31.03.2012 at 16:08

Nice list .
I would put Virgin Black's singer on #1 though .

Thanks. Actually, I never checked out Virgin Black's music, but I will do so. According to their ms profile there's a high chance that I like them. Thanks for the tip!
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03.04.2012 - 23:33
Lokaeda
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Written by ~Starchild~ on 20.03.2012 at 01:29

and for Johan Hegg, well, I agree that he can be emotional at times (f. ex. on Under The Northern Star), but generally he's surely not the first singer who springs to my mind when I think about emotions.


I agree with the fact that his voice can be emotional in a certain way, but I find it sad that (on the recent albums) they used more computer stuff (treble, echo, stuff like that) to work on his voice (especially on "under the northern star").
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04.04.2012 - 02:56
~Starchild~
Written by Guest on 03.04.2012 at 23:33

Written by ~Starchild~ on 20.03.2012 at 01:29

and for Johan Hegg, well, I agree that he can be emotional at times (f. ex. on Under The Northern Star), but generally he's surely not the first singer who springs to my mind when I think about emotions.


I agree with the fact that his voice can be emotional in a certain way, but I find it sad that (on the recent albums) they used more computer stuff (treble, echo, stuff like that) to work on his voice (especially on "under the northern star").

well... I don't
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29.06.2012 - 23:42
Lokaeda
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Maybe not the most emotional on Earth, but still a very good vocalist : Eric Clayton of Saviour Machine There's something Candlemass-like in his voice in this song, if you see what I mean

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29.08.2012 - 18:45
FOOCK Nam
Written by Guest on 29.06.2012 at 23:42

Maybe not the most emotional on Earth, but still a very good vocalist : Eric Clayton of Saviour Machine There's something Candlemass-like in his voice in this song, if you see what I mean



Is that the biggest flag the flag of UN United Nations ? why they put that flag on ?.... eager to know
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26.07.2013 - 21:59
Erik M.
What a coincidence I noticed this list while listening to Watching From A Distance. Before clicking on it, I immediately thought Patrick Walker should be in it. I have yet to hear another vocalist who has an even more emotional voice than that guy, damn. While I don't know some of these vocalists I definitely agree with the ones I do know, so good job.

I do have a few suggestions though:
- Tom Sedotschenko from Evereve (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFfTgZPRGRw)
- Aaron Stainthorpe from My Dying Bride (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hz-13-kz_XA)

Then it would be a top 13. Although these two easily beat John Haughm and Daniel Brennare in my opinion. Lastly, I might be wrong here, but doesn't Thomas Helm do the clean vocals in Empyrium? He does them in Noekk at least, but haven't listened to Empyrium in months so I could be wrong.
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