Top Ten Rock and Metal Songs with the Word "Black" in the Title

The Top Ten

1 Fade To Black - Metallica
2 Back in Black - AC/DC

How can this be anything but #1. Seriously, you guys are crazy.

3 Black Magic - Slayer
4 Blackened - Metallica
5 Black Hole Sun - Soundgarden
6 Black - Pearl Jam

Probably my favorite song of all time. Eddie sings this with so much passion.
I can't put into words how much I love this song. - WastedBeers666

7 Black Night - Deep Purple
8 Spirit in Black - Slayer
9 Under Your Black Sun - Adrian Borland

Great song! Adrian was so very underrated. Darn Shame!

Just so good. This should have just been as popular as any other of the 90's stuff. This is even better than some of the more heard of songs from this period in music, early 90's.

10 Paint It Black - The Rolling Stones

The Contenders

11 Supermassive Black Hole - Muse
12 Welcome to the Black Parade - My Chemical Romance
13 Black and Blue - Van Halen
14 Black is the Soul - Korn
15 This Cold Black - Slipknot
16 Black Star - Yngwie Malmsteen
17 Black Dog - Led Zeppelin
18 Black - Sevendust
19 Black Curtains - Megadeth
20 The Black Angel's Death Song - The Velvet Underground

Lou Reed and John Cale wrote this one together. It was their attempt to string words together for the fun of it rather than as a cohesive narrative. - Gg2000

21 Black - Trivium
22 Falling Inside the Black - Skillet
23 The Black - Asking Alexandria
24 Black Out the Sun - Sevendust
25 Black Rain - Soundgarden
26 Black Magic Woman - Santana
27 Black Celebration - Depeche Mode
28 Black Math - The White Stripes
29 Black Hearted Love - PJ Harvey & John Parish
30 Black-Eyed - Placebo
31 Blackstar - David Bowie
32 Black Star - Radiohead
33 Black Treacle - Arctic Monkeys
34 Black Mirror - Arcade Fire
35 Black Country Rock - David Bowie
36 Black Girls - Violent Femmes
37 Black and White Town - Doves
38 Milk & Black Spiders - Foals
39 Black Sun - Death Cab for Cutie
40 Blackbird Chain - Beck
41 Black Cloud - Morrissey
42 Black Swan - Thom Yorke
43 Back to Black - Amy Winhouse
44 Black Limousine - The Rolling Stones

From Tattoo You. It's their attempt to write a blues song like they did in their early days. - Gg2000

45 Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black) - Neil Young

I love the nasty sounding tone on the guitars and bass. It takes a lot of guts to do a record that way, especially nowadays. - Gg2000

46 Black Friday - Steely Dan

It's got sort of a blues edge to it, but (of course) Walter Becker and Donald Fagen add their own jazzy influences. - Gg2000

47 Baby's in Black - The Beatles

This one's got a strong country and western influence. It's interesting because it's written in 3/4 time as opposed to 4/4 time (which most bands both then and now use morethan any other time signature). - Gg2000

48 See You in Black - Blue Oyster Cult
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