Top Ten Songs to Compare Which One is Heavier
The Top Ten
To me Pleasure to Kill.
I think it's quite obvious.
To me Master of Puppets.
Master of Puppets sounds heavier to me - Metal_Treasure
Hmm this one is tough, but Stone Cold Crazy has more aggressive vocals and heavier solo so I'm going with Stone Cold Crazy.
Both of them have different tempos. The intro of Speed King which was played by whammy bar, is very heavy. Cause it made a very low pitched sound. But Black Sabbath had more low pitched riff. But I'll go with Speed King. If not anything then only for the whammy intro. - zxm
To me Speed King. Same as Helter Skelter vs I Want You.
For me Speed King is heavier because it has more extreme elements - it's faster, louder and has more aggressive instrumentation and more aggressive vocals. Speed and aggression are key elements of extreme music (metal, hardcore punk, etc.).
You can check out Venom's cover to hear the full potential of Speed King.
Also check out the list Top 10 Characteristics of Extreme Metal - Metal_Treasure
To me Helter Skelter, speed is heavier than doom to me.
I know people who mostly into more distorted riffs and doomy songs would say Iron Man, but to me Kick Out the Jams won this competition.
For me Kick Out the Jams is heavier. - Metal_Treasure
Arise. Maybe You Will Know My Name has growl vocals, but it's cheesy a bit, while Arise is not.
Agree with this one, too: Jesus Christ Pose is heavier - Metal_Treasure
It's like Punk vs Metal. Jesus Christ Pose obv. won.
While I like Blitzkrieg Bop much better than Anarchy in the U.K., Sex Pistols were almost early hardcore, while Ramones were poppy most of the time.
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