Best Songs on Metallica's Hardwired... to Self Destruct
The Top Ten
The one thing I really love about this album is that every song on this album is someone's number one song and someone's least favorite song, that is how diverse this album is that it hits everyone tastes and impacts everyone differently - germshep24
Best song of the century 21. Ahead of Halo, Lightning Strike and all other great songs!
When the comments before Metallica played it live were all about "when will they play SOTB" you know...
Killer, killer, killer riffs! Damn isn't this the most hardcore, raging song from Hardwired To Self Destruct. I can feel my blood pumping fast each time I hear this song. Kirk and Robert Trujillo have done amazingly well and this song is easily Metallica's all time top 10. - SteveKing
Absolutely their best song on the record. No doubt this takes you back to their Kill Em All/Puppets days. Kirk does two solos on this song and that just absolutely blows my mind, and to top it off Hetfield's vocals on the song make me feel like I could fly.
The dual guitar work on this and spit out the bone is really awesome
This song is a lot better than Hardwired in my opinion, but both are amazing. Yet I don't know why this list was created so soon, only 2 songs have been released. - Kytotoxic
This song is amazing. - Brobusky
The drum work by Lars Ulrich is just amazing
This one is really different...The most song I like to play in the album
The Last part of this song (which includes the epic solo), is one of the best things Metallica has made in a very very long time... - Kaustab
100% the best one on the album. "Moth", "Hardwired", "Spit out the Bone" and "Atlas" are all great, but are "familiar ground". Halo on Fire is NEW Metallica. It's a breath of fresh air overall and its incredible. Its even better live, as James "Hetfields" some of the accents on the verses. SIICK.
This song is even better than some of the classics. Should be number one on this list
Best Metallica song in years in my opinion
Outstanding... The chorus is killer and the harmony iron maidenish part is amazing
Gets me pumped.
Reminds me of Sad But True and The Thing That Should not be
Can't go wrong with this song
Just an amazing tune
Best - Glauberson
It's their best song should be number 1
This song reminds me of My Apocalypse from Death Magnetic. - IronSabbathPriest
Fast, apocalyptic and short
To me it's perfect
Hardcore. So catchy and good. - lilrocketman
Seriously? #7? This is way better than Hardwired. James straight up kills it here with the vocals. - RiverVibeZ
I've listened to this song a lot. The solos are badass and Lars has done a great job with the drums. I love the chorus! "Now that we're dead, my dear. We can be together. Now that we're dead, my dear. We can live forever" - Zizz
This is the best song on the album, followed by Spit Out The Bone
This needs to be number 1.
The major disappointment to me for this song is that it reminds me too much about Am I Evil that it feels like a rip off of it not that that is a bad choice to make if you were to rip off a song - germshep24
The riff around 4:18 is the heaviest and most brutal Metallica riff I have heard in a long time.
I love all the rhythm changes and in some way to say the complexity of the song fulfilled with the guitar. Is a really great song so as well a great album.
I hope this goes higher up on the list because it really is one of the best in my opinion, I think they improved massively upon the original back in 2014 and James' vocals are the best on the album here - Derrick_Fox
11th place? WHAT?
A real 'classic'. It's on the deluxe edition. genius song!
This is definitely the worst song on this album, though the instrumental work is better than the song Confusion.
Don't get me wrong the song isn't bad none of the songs on this album are bad, this is just the laziest song on the album - germshep24
This album has some amazing songs like moth, spit, hardwired, atlas and halo, however this is a real grower and should be higher than its current position.
Sounds like a song from Megadeth's Countdown to Extinction, except James Hetfield collaborated with the band and he ends up singing.
How is this only 10? The riffs are some of the best on the album and the verse lyrics are so dark and sinister. This should at least be 6th!
Amazing album...Confusion could be one of those underrated songs,
This should be a lot higher. Well done Metallica
This should be top 5 at the very least
It can easily be top 5
The music video is definitely the thing that sells this song, this is definitely one of the more lazier of the songs on this album, wouldn't be as loved without the Lemmy gimmick to it - germshep24
This song is really underrated, best song on the album in my opinion. The main riff is just so beautiful, and the lyrics are amazing
The verse is so catchy. One crown, shines on through the sound one crown steady on. One man does not give a damn, one man no excuse. - FFDP
Somewhat like Megadeth's Captive Honour but without the court of the king (not crimson king).
This album really doesn't have a distinct best song on it, any song I think I don't like becomes enjoyable through a second listen, but also watching them through the music video makes all the songs so much better. The songs with the weakest lyrics has the most enjoyable video - germshep24
A tribute to the black metal band Mayhem or should I say, a tribute of disappointment. The lyrics "Blind leads Blind" will tell you enough. Faith in ManUNkind is way to describe Mayhem's deep belief in their opposite way of looking at life. - SytachiRed
This song is way underrated. As for people saying it's a black metal tribute, what are you saying? Why because the video? Great song
I can't stop listening to it
Amazing medley! The part where they start to play Kill The King is worth the deluxe edition by itself!
Not a actual song on the album, but this cover is starts slow but gets heavier near the end. That's why I like this song cover. - Mumbizz01