Top Ten Most Repetitive Metal Songs

The ones that are so repetitive that it’s rage inducing.

The Top Ten

1 Dopesmoker - Sleep

Hi CostcoHotDogs, can you reply to this comment so I can tell you something since I can't message you? - 445956

This song could have been five or six minutes, not an hour! It’s pointless! I refuse to believe they spent 4 years on this one hour long waste of time, how the hell is that even possible?

Stoner/doom songs are often like that, it's typical for psychedelic rock. And it's very debatable if this is a metal song. For me it isn't metal. - Metal_Treasure

2 Brandenburg Gate - Lou Reed & Metallica

This barely qualifies as metal. Screw this album.

3 The Angel and the Gambler - Iron Maiden

This one goes without saying, listen to any other Iron Maiden to save your life from this damned song.

4 Lateralus - Tool

The song just goes back and forth between the heavy part and the part where it’s just Maynard’s vocals and the drums. It’s very repetitive in my opinion.

I like Tool, but I have one really, really, really big problem with them, I won’t go into detail but let’s just say that it’s major.

Since I can't message you, I'll write what I want to say here, I've finally completed my album review for Tool - kempokid

5 Frantic - Metallica

Aw, I love this song - EliHbk

Anything from St. Anger could have been on this list.

6 Raining Blood - Slayer

It sounds exactly like every other song on this overrated, repetitive mess of an album. The album is very mediocre for a 1980’s Slayer album, most of the album is filler and it all sounds the same.

Some other songs by Slayer would have been a better pick, it doesn't really matter about how you feel about this song, it is definitely not repetitive. It has many distinct parts within it and is one of the 2 songs on the album that actually sounds somewhat different to the rest of the songs on it. - kempokid

7 Bleed - Meshuggah

"It's all about the groove man"
Nah I can see how this song can get repetitive, but I still love it. - cjWriter1997

Probably any Meshuggah song could’ve been on this list.

They are good songwriters at what they do. We shouldn't expect sing-along songs from them or even power metal songs. Also, "variety" in metal has different dimensions - metal bands can't do non-metal genres in search of "variety" because they will be called "sellouts". - Metal_Treasure

8 Pull Me Under - Dream Theater
9 Lightning Strike - Judas Priest

It’s a good single, but it’s very repetitive.

10 The Great Southern Trendkill - Pantera

It’s an awesomely heavy song, but it’s repetitive.

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