Top Ten Most Repetitive Metal SongsThe ones that are so repetitive that it’s rage inducing.
The Top Ten
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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
This barely qualifies as metal. Screw this album.
This one goes without saying, listen to any other Iron Maiden to save your life from this damned song.
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
Aw, I love this song - EliHbk
Anything from St. Anger could have been on this list.
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
"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
It’s a good single, but it’s very repetitive.
It’s an awesomely heavy song, but it’s repetitive.