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All the times Metallica mentions 'death' in their songs, listed chronologically
Variety is the spice of life!
DIE! DIE! DIE!
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They manage to mention death in their songs at least 81 times in a single career. That's awesome.
Sanest Man Alive
The frequency of "deaths" and "dying" drops off sharply with overall album quality. I don't think it's coincidence.
I'm sort of so-so on metallica (their early stuff is classic) But this is 100% great and i support it.
The stain of their post-black album career grows bigger and stronger. Also, i never really liked Hetfield's voice.
he's got a real bro voice..... but it's a pretty amazing voice, and it works for their genre. I ONLY LISTEN TO MAIDEN
Death greets DEATH!
Death of the dead!
I would swear this was on here already. I know the one with Slayer and Satan is.
mp3's have really put a cramp on evil's ability to communicate through skipping CDs.
I liked their newest album. One song sounds like a combination of Buckethead and a Robert Rodriguez soundtrack song.
Jet Bin Fever
If I remember, "De-heathing" is when you remove large patches of heath from the moor with a blade, fire, or some other device.
Boomer The Dog
That's a good production, and someone who had to listen to every Metallica song to make a minute and a half video.
You can really hear the decline of "the metal" over the course of the albums.
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