Top 10 Angriest Songs

The Top Ten
1 People = S*** - Slipknot People = S*** - Slipknot Cover Art

The title is true we're evil but for some reason maggots like the name I just like the song

One of the darkest and angriest albums I've heard in my life

2 Victimized - Linkin Park Victimized - Linkin Park Cover Art

It's not as heavy as other songs but still it's so angry!

3 All Hail the New Flesh - Strapping Young Lad All Hail the New Flesh - Strapping Young Lad Cover Art
4 Given Up - Linkin Park Given Up - Linkin Park Cover Art
5 Kim - Eminem Kim - Eminem Cover Art

You can tell Eminem had a happy, loving relationship with Kim.

This is angrier than most heavy metal songs.

How relationships should feel

This song is extremely angry

6 Disasterpiece - Slipknot Disasterpiece - Slipknot Cover Art
7 The Beautiful People - Marilyn Manson The Beautiful People - Marilyn Manson Cover Art
8 Blind - Korn Blind - Korn Cover Art
9 The Reflecting God - Marilyn Manson The Reflecting God - Marilyn Manson Cover Art
10 Master of Puppets - Metallica Master of Puppets - Metallica Cover Art
The Contenders
11 Killing in the Name - Rage Against the Machine Killing in the Name - Rage Against the Machine Cover Art

I strongly despise your very being and refuse to cooperate with your requests

I’d say we hate you by electric wizard or war nerve by pantera but I can’t find either

12 S.Y.L. - Strapping Young Lad S.Y.L. - Strapping Young Lad Cover Art

I could try and make a post explaining the deep felt anger behind this song, but it simply has to be heard to be understood. Devin Townsend pulls NO punches here, delivering the message right onto the start, and the repeated f-bombs and hard shouting on top of a mess of hard hitting metal, really drives the point home. S.Y.L. is unrelenting, and its message is as straight-forward as it gets. One hell of a listen and deserves to be in the Top 10, no question about it.

13 Get This - Slipknot Get This - Slipknot Cover Art

I thought People = was the angriest song ever, but then I heard this one

14 Payback - Slayer Payback - Slayer Cover Art

It begins with middle fingering someone, and then it builds up until a fight, where the narrator brutally dismembers and tears the flesh and bone out of the person he hates. Just very hateful, and a great song to vent out to when you are pissed, as no one would rationally tear the flesh and bone out of the one they really hate.

Angrier than Raining Blood or Kim!

15 Disciple - Slayer Disciple - Slayer Cover Art

Gotta be higher

A lot of f bombs

16 F***ing Hostile - Pantera F***ing Hostile - Pantera Cover Art

This one should be number one, maybe number two behind "Killing in the Name."

Damn right Phil

17 Exile - Slayer Exile - Slayer Cover Art
18 Surfacing - Slipknot Surfacing - Slipknot Cover Art
19 Dyers Eve - Metallica Dyers Eve - Metallica Cover Art
20 Blood Pigs - Otep Blood Pigs - Otep Cover Art

Has anyone listened to this song? It's angry as hell

21 Jerk-Off - Tool Jerk-Off - Tool Cover Art

The intensity in the singers hatred just grow exponentially to the point where even a gargantuan scream of seething hatred seems like its not enough and he is almost incapable to exclaim anymore and simply barks expletives. A true monster of hate.

22 Break Stuff - Limp Bizkit Break Stuff - Limp Bizkit Cover Art

Awesome song to listen to when you're pissed off

It has 40 f bombs in it

23 Eeyore - Slipknot Eeyore - Slipknot Cover Art

"It's about this one dude who used to be in every mosh pit at every metal show. He was this gigantic blonde dude, long blonde hair, and we called him "Thor", and he was an ass. So one night, like just a bunch of people- 'cause he would be throwing elbows, he wouldn't help people up, he was the d**k in the pit, let's put it that way, everybody knows that one d**k in the pit. So one night, everybody got around him and they housed his a**, like they worked him out, and he wasn't in the pit for a while, you know? Itr happens, too bad it happened down your leg bud! And that's what that song was about, 'cause I was there and I watched it and it was BRUTAL!... Sometimes you have to learn Thor, sorry." - Corey Taylor, describing the lyrical content to "Eeyore".

A hidden track at the very end of SlipKnot's self-titled album, the track hits you with an overly aggressive wave of guitars, fast drums, and Corey absolutely screaming his head off with what sounds ...more

24 The Great Southern Trendkill - Pantera The Great Southern Trendkill - Pantera Cover Art
25 Right Now - Korn Right Now - Korn Cover Art

"It’s about basically me waking up pissed off at the world, hating everyone and everything around me. I think everyone’s had one of those days when you wake up and you don’t want to talk to no one and you’re just pissed. I had one of those days and I wrote about it. I was venting out all of my frustrations towards everyone." – Jonathan Davis

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