Top 10 Heaviest Modern Rock Songs

Modern Rock songs not being ranked by which one is the best but which ones are heavy. For this list I'll be excluding softer modern rock songs and classic rock songs. Modern also being from the 2000s and onwards. Like always if I missed one feel free to add it.

The Top Ten

1 So You're Afraid - Tremonti

Raw, aggressive and heavy enough to be top five worthy. - SomePersonYouHate

2 Addicted to Pain - Alter Bridge

Quite heavy I'll add. - SomePersonYouHate

3 Stoke the Fire - Seether

Seether's always had heavy songs and this one is one of their most heaviest songs. - SomePersonYouHate

4 Wash It All Away - Five Finger Death Punch

One of the most heaviest modern rock songs from the 2010s decade. - SomePersonYouHate

5 1000HP - Godsmack

Heavy and solid plus Sully Erna's vocals add to the heaviness next to the electric guitars. - SomePersonYouHate

6 Insane - Korn

Korn always has been somewhat heavy and this song is just one of many examples of heavy songs they got in their discography. - SomePersonYouHate

7 Feed the Wolf - Breaking Benjamin

Heavier than Red Cold River and slightly better in my opinion. - SomePersonYouHate

8 Feed the Machine - Nickelback

Aggressive and heavy I hope that Nickelback sticks to making heavier songs and makes less ballads their more aggressive songs are usually better than their ballads. - SomePersonYouHate

9 Colors Bleed - Pop Evil

Heavy but not as good as their previous single Walking Lions. - SomePersonYouHate

10 Guilty All the Same - Linkin Park

The Hunting Party serves as one of Linkin Park's heaviest albums and this song is no exception. - SomePersonYouHate

BAdd New Item

Related Lists

Heaviest Modern Metal Bands Heaviest Songs by Hard Rock Bands Heaviest Japanese Rock Songs Heaviest Songs on Deep Purple's in Rock Heaviest Hard Rock Albums

List Stats

10 listings
286 days old

Top Remixes

1. So You're Afraid - Tremonti
2. Addicted to Pain - Alter Bridge
3. Stoke the Fire - Seether


Error Reporting

See a factual error in these listings? Report it here.