Top 10 Most Legendary Vocalist ScreamsWhich Vocalist has the most legendary scream in their songs?
Incredible voice, powerful screams, meaningful lyrics, and master of screaming! No one could beat Chester when it comes on screaming. No one could scream for 17 seconds, except him! The legendary vocalist is CHESTER! Hands down...
Coming back here after he died. I remember seeing his name on the top of this list and I couldn't be prouder for my childhood hero. Now that he's gone... only his achievements remain. Rest in Peace man.
He is by far the best screamer I have ever heard. He will scream his heart out and then the next song will be a slower song and he will show no signs of vocal fatigue.
His screen is like just awesome no one ever ever in this world has screen like him "he can screen like a devil but also he can sing like an angle that's it Chester is the most lovely singer I've ever heard.
He's scream is so deep and dirty, you can feel he's emotions when he sing, like disasterpiece!
Speaking of legendary, Child In Time is where it started. Ian Gillan screams for about 2 minutes and does it extremely good. Before him, The Beatles screamed, too, but Gillan made screams part of the singing art because his screams are well controlled and mastered. He screams on most of the songs and also, his screams are systematic on many songs - Hard Lovin' Man, Bloodsucker.
It's not only Child In Time that he screamed.He screamed in other songs too.However two of my favorite screaming songs of him is Smoke On the Water (remix version) and Highway Star(the song starts with a screaming)
Made in Japan. Need I say more?
Seriously I do not get why some of these singers are on this list for the GREATEST SCREAM... Daltrey and Gillian are at top of that list.
Seriously he should be number 1 for sure just listen to painkiller before you vote
I also think that Freddie mercury should be higher up!
Painkiller, a touch of evil, victim of changes, dreamer deceiver... And Chester is number one? Guys, please.
One of the masters, truly uses screaming as an instrument and not some wall of noise.
Serj is an absolute legend, unique and inspiring. His vocals are intelligent, passionate and emotive. There really isn't anyone like him.
Not only are his screams legendary, but his vocals are one of the best I have ever heard. A true master at his art.
Serj can do anything he wants with his voice, INCLUDING SCREAMS. While he's not that heavy nowadays, he can still perform these as great as he used to do in System of a Down's glory days.
Serj and his voice have the most political impact ever!
No matter how much of a douchebag this guy is, he is one of the most legendary metal vocalists ever.
Some have said the high-pitched screams, yelps and squeals heard on virtually every Roth-Halen song were actually done by bassist Michael Anthony, I don't think so. I think it was Roth. And those were such a signature sound for him, and major part of the appeal.
Only one that screams in two octaves at once. What's with his screams, such as the 'woo woo' in Somebody Get Me a Doctor. NO ONE could add those chilling screams at the end of every line like DLR. THE BEST. He should be no. 1. Gotta love the guy.
I brought my pencil! Give me something to write on!
I used to think Chester was the champion with his 17 second scream in Given Up. However, Maynard's scream in Grudge crushes it coming in around 24 seconds. He said he couldn't talk for quite some time after the recording. It's not his only good scream either... the DIE and the end of Jerk Off is great. Most all of his work has some great screaming especially the late 90's. Check out those tracks before you write him off as the best screamer ever!
To the idiot that said no one can yell for 17 say seconds like the crappy Linkin Park singer, Tool- the grudge 25 second scream. Also jerk off is a crazy scream you tube Maynard James Keenan best screams 11m of insanity then make this list again, Maynard and tool are by far underrated even though they are the best alternative band of all time
Listen to him scream "DIE! " at the end of Jerk Off and I guarantee you'll all see why he deserves to be in the top 5.
Okay, Maynard may not be #1, but he certainly trumps Axl and Serj, without a doubt... He should definitely be in the top 5
Dimash can scream more then 25 seconds!
By far...THE longest and continual non stop scream
He screams often and long - his scream on Thor is about 33 seconds long (go to 4:35). This is the longest scream I know.
Yes like the visitor said he did a little bit a high pitched screaming in Under Pressure. And it was great
Ogre Battle anyone? Under Pressure has a good scream though.
Great scream in "Under pressure". What a great man he was!
Just listen the Queen's songs that everyone will see.
A visitor recommended to listen to "second heartbeat" as an example of his legendary screams - ok, I listened to it twice. But there's nothing interesting there in terms of screams, let alone legendary screams.
Ending scream of god hates us live (2011)
Starting scream of beast and the harlot, second heartbeat, critical acclaim, almost easy, all live in the lbc (2008)
There you have the loudest and most powerful screams in metal :) He is the number 1 by far.
He is my idol. I love his voice
About 28 seconds long, in the song Open Face Surgery.
Does he have a best scream?
Won't Get Fooled Again, Love Reign Over Me. He has done more, but that's all he needs. The greatest thing about his screams is they weren't just loud noises, they conveyed something. Won't Get Fooled Again showed his bitterness and frustration with the world and his desire to figh, while Love Reign Over Me showed his anguish and despair.
The song, 'Won't Get Fooled Again', on the "Who's next" album. Daltrey earned his stripes the day he recorded the standard of Rock 'n Roll screams.
"Won't Get Fooled Again" - one of the most famous screams, raw and intense. I think you can see it in the grooves on the record!
This is the second best scream on rock music... But I would have liked to vote for The Doors - When the music's over.
His screams are awesome - powerful and very well controlled. Some of his screams are even sorta melodoc which is an achievement. He's got the screaming experience from his early material when he used "screaming" vocal technique that was more aggressive and harsher than his late stuff. My fave scream is 'Fiddler on the Green' by Demons & Wizards (4:05).
How can Kurt Cobain not be #1. Listen to his live performance of "Where Did You Sleep Last Night". This guy shouldn't even be listed here. He should be on the Best Rock Howl of all time list.
In their live @Club Quattro, Nagoya, Japan 02/16/92,
Cobain bursts with a 10-second scream during 'Aneurysm'
I'm talking about scream, not metal songs etc..
He has to be number 1. His screams were raw and uninhibited.
You guys have heard a live version of drain you right?
Love hate love and Bleed the freak are only two of Staley's vocal masterpieces. I've been listening to him for over 20 years and he still takes my breath away with his vocal power and passion. RIP
For me he is the obvious number 1. I've never heard another scream that sounds like Layne's. It was so unique and filled with pain.
Layne Staley's scream is so unique and it is so powerful. His singing ability is unmatched and he is extremely underrated.
Layne didn't just scream, his passion and power filled all the lyrics that AIC's released. He was just so fabulous, wish he was still with us today.
Number of the beast was the first thought that came to mind when I first read this topic.
While Chester Bennington is good and all, there's a reason why Steven Tyler is called the Demon of Screaming. He should at least be in the Top 3!
Tyler's voice/scream is unique and very recognizable. He should be number 1. He became super popular thanks to his legendary scream
Another one who can sing screaming, mostly in tune, e.g. "Dream On".
About 23 secs in the song Laying the Demon to Rest.
Dio brought this to the forefront of music as far as I'm concerned. There's no screaming in popular music without DIo.
"The Mob Rules" by Heaven & Hell, from Radio City Music Hall in 2007.