Top 10 Songs Mentioning War, Battle or Death
The Top Ten
Amazing song, you don't need half a brain to understand that this song is about war though. I mean, EVEN THE SONG'S NAME HAS THE WORD "WAR". Apart from that. This song has a really fast, hyping pace. It's one of those songs where you actually feel destructive. the guitars, bass and drums blend in so well it's almost as if you were standing in the middle of no-man's land. 10/10
This song requires no explantion.
"The inner war I can hold against it"
"Twice I'll be marked and twice I shall die" - Metal_Treasure
Not as good as the AC/DC song but it does mention war.
A war among gods being mentioned sounds interesting.
Amon Amarth have great melodic riffs. - Metal_Treasure
The song that made me a death metal fan. Still love it. Great riffs.
"Oden! Guide our ships
Our axes, spears and swords
Guide us through storms that whip
And in brutal war". - Metal_Treasure
"No further arguing, there is war at hand"
"War! It's now or never"
"All dead and gone it's out of hand"
"I'm raised from the dead"
"My eyes are the eyes of a dead man and feel the unholy stream"
"The war is over. There's whispering in the wind" - Metal_Treasure
Had to put in somewhere on here.
"Oh there is war and evil, whores and sinners"
"The thrill of a thousand worlds dying at once" - Metal_Treasure
It mentions a battle but for the sun.
Quite sure this one is self explantory.
A great song and as the title suggests - it's about somebody who is dying. The word "death" is also mentioned: "Golgotha - had seen nothing else but a carpenter's death". - Metal_Treasure
Again the song title alone mentions death.
The song title alone mentions death.
The entire songs mentions war...
This song is about Jerry Cantrell Sr.'s service in the Vietnam War. Jerry Cantrell wrote this to honor his father by telling a little story about his experience in Vietnam. "Rooster" is his father's nickname.
It is mentioned through the chorus.
Death but that's all it mentions.