Top Ten Best Metal Songs of 2023Here We Go Again! 2023 seems to be another promising year for metal, as its shape continues to change and evolve towards unknown horizons. Vote for the best metal songs of 2023.
Once again, Enterprise Earth started the new year with a release. This song is reminiscent of old school death metal, dark and brutal like this band has never been so far. The composition reminds of the latest album, but at the same time shows another step forward for the band, through the shape of an extremely powerful Extreme metal anthem.
Slightly heavier than their previous releases, this song shows a wide range of influences from metal and non-metal genres, making it once again original and difficult to analyze: a beautifully crafted ethereal experience.
Blackened folk metal epic with an incredible atmosphere, this track has a slow doom-ish pace and reminds of early Ulver. The guitar work is incredibly creative, with plenty of amazing riffs and variations.
Symphonic influenced melodic death metal song, with an epic tone and great composition. Thrashy riffs and almost black-ish harsh vocals are the highlights of this song.
Another melancholic track for these gothic metal legends. Keyboard sections are really well written in this track, and the rest of the composition completes the whole track in a way that makes It sound haunting.
This song is entirely built on the main riff, ominous and decaying, putting the listener in a sort of dark hypnotic trance. Its atmosphere is what makes it great.
This song displays a consistent melodic metalcore sound, basing its strength on heavy riffs, atmospheric sections and switching between harsh vocals and intense cleans.
Dark and black-ish track from this underground death metal band. It's also the first thing they released in 11 years.
Quite good black metal song reminiscent of Dark Funeral. Despite not being innovative, this song has a various and well written structure that makes it a valid one.
This heavy sludge metal track has a good atmosphere surrounding itself, emphasising a feeling of hopelessness that is portrayed especially by the ominous and slow riff and by the desperate-sounding harsh vocals.