Category Archives: Friday Top 10
Just a couple of weeks ago, the UK’s Kerrang magazine counted down their top 10 heaviest albums of all time. The thing is with Kerrang’s list, though, was I just couldn’t really agree with it. I mean they had The Beatles in the top 10! It was obvious the list was a bit of a joke, so I decided I would put together my own top 10. A top 10 that was just a bit more credible, serious, and would appeal more to so called “real” metalheads.
So to the elite, for real fans of Metal, this top 10 is for you. I hope ya’ll enjoy it, yo.
It’s official, the original lineup has reformed, back to do it all — world tour, new album and destroy all that is not Metal. 2012 will no doubt be a fantastic year for
meatheads metalheads like me.
Not long ago I counted down the top 10 Sabbath albums, and now, hot off the news that the original lineup are back, it seems like the perfect time to list the top 10 Black Sabbath songs, only this time I’m going to keep it strictly to songs by the original lineup. It just makes sense.
So what are you waiting for? Hurry up and make the jump!
I promised I might make a Top 10 out of it (any grind variation included), and I’m a man of my word. I’m also pretty lazy, so this turned to be the perfect Top 10 for me: it’s going to be short and disgusting. Read on.
We’ve all fantasized about Metallica having a different drummer… Maybe a faster one, a more technical one, one that doesn’t sue Napster, that sort of thing.
Since they were supposed to perform tonight in India but didn’t, I have ten suggestions for you guys. Ten impressive drummers who would probably own behind a proper kit.
This is a bit different, you’ll see, but it will instantly remind you of St. Anger.
Without further ado, here are my top 10 recommendations for Metallica‘s drummer spot — should it ever be vacant.
Another Friday, another Top 10. Except this one is the same as the last one.
Well, kind of. Continuing from last time, we take a look at ten more examples of band transformations we could have lived without. Note that the list is not really in a particular order, and then make the jump.
Fresh of the recently debuted Korn‘s dubstep track, I got an amazing (and very original) idea for a Top 10: let’s take a look at some of the most drastic transformations in hard rock and metal.
List is mostly based on music, though we all know metal goes hand in hand with fashion, so we’ll feature some of that as well. Read on to find ten examples of some of the most horrific, embarrassing or simply plain stupid transformations, in what is could be the first out of two articles.
I don’t know about you, but I love seeing bands live. When I do see them live, I don’t just sit somewhere and headbang, I watch the show. If I want to act like a retard, I do it at home, or in a designated club… When I see a band live, I literally want to see them live, want to watch them play the songs that I love.
Sounds like a sensible approach, but it’s pretty hard doing it with all the fucking obnoxious people around you.
Unfortunately, the genre of music we all know and love attracts a lot of posers, people who go to festivals mainly to ‘check in’ on foursquare and take a few photos for Facebook. They are there to impress others, they don’t even know the band well. Those people get in my way, as do people who act like fucking retards and simply have no respect for the people around them.
Tonight, let us explore ten stereotypical annoying concertgoers. You’ve all seen them, you’ve all been annoyed by them. If these things don’t ring true, news flash: YOU ARE THE OBNOXIOUS ONE!
Let’s make the jump, shall we?
If you’re a loyal reader of Dose of Metal, then you know one of our most exciting aspects of this site is our very own Friday Top 10. When composing a top 10 list for bands, we feel we’ve covered the most important bands ever: Metallica, Iron Maiden, AC/DC, and most recently, Black Sabbath. That being said, it would only make sense to include a certain band from Birmingham, England, to that list.
Regardless if you like them or not, Judas Priest are one of the greatest and most influential metal bands of all time. Fact. Rob Halford and the boys formed in 1969 and since have released 16 albums (7 or 8 of them are ranked absolute classics in the metal world).
Feel free to complain about ‘Breaking The Law,‘ ‘You’ve Got Another Thing Comin,‘ and other songs not making the list. Positive or negative comments are always welcomed here at Dose of Metal, so
bitch post away!
Okay, it’s that time again! So, make the jump….
Black Sabbath… They pretty much invented Metal. They’re pretty much the greatest band, ever. So hence why the time has come for myself to count down the Top 10 Black Sabbath albums.
It wasn’t an easy task, but I believe I’ve come up with a list that successfully reflects Sabbath‘s 10 best albums, and lists them in order of their quality. You can disagree with my Top 10 if you like, or you can get pissed that I’m not limiting it to the Ozzy fronted albums, but you’ll be wrong to do so, as everything I say is always right.
So what are you waiting for? Make the jump for this week’s Friday Top 10.
This week I just feel we need another self-centered, narcissistic article about how much we rule, thus I decided to let you guys know which bands we’ve written about the most in our year of existence.
I should point out that some of our posts have tagged more than one band, so some of the posts counted for one band may be included in another band’s count. Confused? So am I. Basically I just arranged the tags based on post count and made the list. Jeez, you don’t have to get all specific on me and shit.
I also want to point out that we’ve written 2,027 posts as of right now, so yeah, that’s why the numbers aren’t that big. We’ve only been up for a year, give us a break man, fuck.