Thanks for sharing!
What the fuck is that? LoL. None of that is metal, not even close. Those are just whiny emo/screamo songs. The Glass Prison is the only song you should have on this list..
Thanks for the suggestion, Matt. I think Portnoy is a recovering addict so this song is a good choice. Sometimes people like more than one band when they listen to rock/metal. Some metal is screamo, electronic, metalcore, nu metal, groove metal, etc. Some people would also say that Dream Theater is hard rock not metal.
HEY MATT, FUCK YOU!!!! WHAT MAKES YOUR OPINION OF ANYBODYS CHOICE OF MUSIC RELEVANT ON ANY LEVEL?!?!?!
Why the fuck are you on his page then
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Thanks for sharing your list. I was looking for this kind of music while sexing. I did some minor tweaks and came up with a great playlist for that night of “sex, drugs, alcohol and rock n roll”. If you wanna hear it, please visit: http://8tracks.com/venommx/rock-me-an-org-sm-v-4#smart_id=dj:3465603 otherwise, thanks for the recommendation!
Thanks for sharing as well. Your list not as heavy as mine but still good to have options. ~Suzie
I got some great heavy tunes to fuck to. I’d love to show u personally the list of awesome “fucking” music I’ve put together. It’s about 3 hrs long. ND I could go thru the list in its entirety. lemme know, this is a forever on the table offer exclusive jus for you. ND btw, I love ur name
Thanks but no thanks.
I’m just giggling now..
Suzie, suzann, however u want me to say(scream) it ??????????❤?????
just found this page through a friend & L O V E it! thank you for the devotion to rock! much appreciated!
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#1 (necessarily) “You’ve Seen the Butcher”
…in no specific order…
+Passenger (feat. Maynard James Keenan of Tool)
+Be Quiet and Drive (Far Away)
Other groups and songs; leaving out the obvious:
MVP by Despised Icon
Mouth by Bush
Walk With Me in Hell by Lamb of God
Power Trip by Chimaira
Gnawing Lisp by A Life Once Lost
Behemoth (Instrumental) by The Acacia Strain
User Friendly by Manson
I by Meshuggah (the ending instrumental portion if cropping is possible)
Head Like a Hole by NIN
The Hollow by A Perfect Circle
The Power of I and I by Shadows Fall
Slither by Velvet Revolver
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Found your article as a comment in a M&F post. Glad I did. Great list, mate! Perfect!
I don’t love you – My chemical romance
If you ever come back – the script
Nothing – the script(this one’s my favorite)
Long gone and moved on – the script
The man who can’t be moved – the script
My last serenade – Killswitch engage(not exactly a breakup song but it sure gives them feels)
Its not over – Daughtry
Last to know – 3 days grace
Broken – 12 stones
Your love is a lie – simple plan
Never be the same – Red
Here with me – The killers
Starting over – Killswitch Engage
Still loving you – Scorpions
Before I die – pApa roach
Hurt – Nine inch Nails
Let me know what you think.
This a good list. I have a metal breakup list but it has over fifty songs on it. Killswitch Engage is definitely on there. ~Suzie Soule
Yeah. Do you think it is about BDSM? It seems to be about control.
Dharmata should be part of this list, the band’s sound is fantastic.
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Love the selections on this list, thanks
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halestorm I miss the misery
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“Heart started with their standard “Barracuda.” If they started with another song, I think their fans would be surprised. Heartmongers, Heart fan club members, abounded in the floor in front of the stage.”
Errrr… No. That they are starting the set with Barracuda for their 2015(+late 2014) tour is the opposite of the norm. Barracuda spent the majority of their career as an ending track, if not encore.
They opened with Barracuda in 2012 as well. This was by far the best show I have seen them do!!!!
They ALWAYS us to close with Barracuda in the early years. I haven’t seen them in a while but would love to see them again. Either way start or close it’s definitely a crowd pleaser. And, “Crazy On You”, is my favorite. Closing with it would be great too.
Exactly what I thought as I was reading.
I´ve been alwais A Heart and Joan Jett super fan, and now you are together. Thats Great. I hope you come to Mexico soon.
Saw this concert Sat. and what can I say it was amazing!
Joan Jett and The Blackhearts were WOW!!! Her voice is amazing!! I would have went to this concert by myself ina heartbeat. Heart what can I say I was amazed by both groups!!!!!
Yes Agree what a Awesome double bill it sounded great at the US cell center Ceder Rapids only disappointment was the shirts the only one for males was black on black could not see the Heart logo
I agree this application.I great my fan group The Heart ❤ Ann and Nancy Wilson.
Heart in Biloxi 3/25/2015 was awesome. Joan Jett 3/08/2014 eas great too!
Thank you ladies. …
We are going to see them at the Palace in Auburn Hills, MI this Friday. I have been a fan since hearing their first song on the radio in the mid 70’s. Joan Jett kicking it off, does not get any better. Can’t wait for this concert!
loved loved seeing Heart and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
it was for my and my husband’s 30th wedding anniversary.
really a great time.
can’t wait to see them again,sometime.
I lucked out and won last minute, front row tickets to this show in MN! It was amazing! I’m “40-something” & still want to be Nancy Wilson when I grow up!
Lucky you! Don’t we all want to be rock stars when we grow up?!
Going to see them June 14th…CANT WAIT!! I am bringing my Irish partner who has just immigrated to the USA and has NEVER seen a live concert…no better band to see as your first concert than Heart! The most amazing group ever <3
GREAT review!! I enjoyed reading every bit of it!!! I so wish I could have been there too…but alas, work work work got in my way. Reality bites!!
Wow, the show in Cedar Rapids, IA was fantastic! Joan Jett and her band, the BlackHearts (hey) were so on it, their sound was great, they rocked it out! She has such an iconic songbook, her sound will never go out of style.
It was a dream come true to see Heart perform live -played their records (& then CDs) since 1976. Wore them out! The three Led Zeppelin tunes at the end of their show were fantastic. Don’t want to take anything away from their band, just incredible. Thanks for such a great show -stuff that dreams are made of, been hearing your songs in my head, along with “I hate myself for lovin’ you!” since before Saturday!
Imo Dreamboat Aniie is not their best. Little Queen is.
I agree “Dreamboat Annie” is still my favorite album although there are several others I like very much. Magic Man, Crazy On You, How Deep It Goes, Dreamboat Annie, Soul of the Sea, Love Me Like Music. Their signature album with their signature songs.
I was the wheelchair surfer it was epic. I went so many times the fans were like a huge metal family \m/
You were fearless! \m/ Are you going again this year?
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Is your job to promote them or to provide an honest review? I found this article when I was Googling Matt Walst and Jacoby Shaddix (from the 10.2.15 show at Hard Rock Live Orlando), because I was sure someone else had to identify the fact that Walst copied everything Jacoby does at a Papa Roach show.
I’ve seen Papa Roach in at least NY, IL, PA, CA, TN, OH, and I will not see Three Days Grace again, until they have a new lead singer. I was absolutely DISGUSTED by Matt Walst’s performance and *pray* that every single person that sees him perform gets to see a Papa Roach show so they can see Jacoby Shaddix perform. Papa Roach celebrated 20 years in 2013, making the band 22 years old now. I’ve seen them since at least 2008. Walst can be a fan, a groupie, or an understudy, but it sickens me to think that people will attribute the performance to him, when it was a disgustingly obvious copy of Jacoby’s SOP. Although he was able to copy the signature style, it is clear he doesn’t have heart, which Papa Roach has never had a shortage of. (Papa Roach is amazing…)
At first, I thought I was overreacting. (Ok, given that I have no real stake in Papa Roach, I still am. I literally have my passport mainly so that I can go see Papa Roach on a different continent.) Performers are going to be limited by the stage and different factors, but I’ve gone to enough Papa Roach shows and enough other shows to know the difference. “He even left the stage at one point and finished a song on top of one of the two bars inside the Limelight.” That’s cool. I’ve seen Jacoby Shaddix come out into bleacher creature seats. I’ve seen him get beer spilled on him when a chick was trying to dance up on him while he was moving through a concert pit while singing. I’ve seen him jump off of the stage at the Nikon Theater at Jones Beach into the water and get fished out. Walst even led the audience into a “Three Days Grace” chant. Although fans may be inclined to chant the band name on their own, Jacoby has led a “Pa-Pa Roach” chant at some point at every show that I’ve been to. Wait, I guess Walst may get originality points there. He did it briefly mid-set, whereas I think Papa Roach does it at the end. I guess I should also be thankful that Walst doesn’t attempt to sound like Jacoby.
Initially, I was ready to feel bad for Walst. Given that people know the name “Adam Gontier,” it was easy to see that he’d have to prove himself. He failed miserably. I would have rather had the live band with a recorded vocal track for the songs released with Adam’s vocals. For songs since Walst has joined the band, there is far less troublesome discrepancy, although I don’t feel he’s the right fit for the band. Did you ever see Three Days Grace perform with Gontier? (You spelled his name wrong in your review, btw. There’s also a typo where you put Brad’s name instead of Matt’s.) Did you ever spend time really listening to their music? Having listened to their CDs, I think it is impossible to not hear Adam’s voice singing them and hearing Matt sing them left me feeling like I was listening to a cover band. The band (the instruments) were on point, though. I think I would have been less disappointed had they performed without a lead singer.
Seriously, Matt Walst needs to get his own style. Jacoby is amazing. But copying him doesn’t make Walst amazing. It makes him a jacka$$. Although he has left a bad taste in my mouth, I am not saying that Walst is devoid of talent. I actually like his voice. However, I think he needs his own band, his own songs, and his own style. It is likely that I have seen him perform with My Darkest Days at a rock festival, but I do not recall. Wikipedia tells me that MDD even toured with Papa Roach. I wondered if Walst’s performance style was the same back then, although I doubt it. Looking at old YouTube videos, it’s hard to get a real idea. There are some elements of the style – like the posturing on the speaker and the hand movements – in some of the live recordings from 2010. Now, though, Walst incorporates far more elements of Jacoby’s style. The overall look is a part of it, but after looking for images of both, it’s a relatively small part. Appearance-wise, it seems Walst has changed both his hair style and color over the years, but his look reminded me more of Good Charlotte than Jacoby Shaddix.
The fact that the look isn’t what the parallel hinges on bothers me even more. It makes me more confident that Walst has stolen elements of Jacoby’s style, because despite all of the concerts I have been to, I have never been so appalled by a performance. Granted, other performers may copy from other performers without me noticing, but I have never seen a performer so closely copy Jacoby Shaddix.
On the bright side, my disgust led me to look into what happened to Adam, and I found out he started a new band named Saint Asonia. They are currently on tour with Seether – another amazing band.
Saint Asonia is amazing. Adam Gontier is incomparable. I do not like replacement singers at all. I can think of only one that is a decent replacement, William Duvall of Alice In Chains. I’ve seen a ton of replacement singers lately and really do not like any of them. I am a purist. ~Suzie
love them ,love see them here in australia
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Sex Type Thing is clearly about rape, and this was confirmed by Stp themselves. Very creepy to have it on this list…
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Just want to say Mad Season-Artificial Red helped me through my meth addiction The Return-Killswitch Engage helped me in recovery and still does. I know they are not that heavy but the lyrics say alot.
My heroine by Silverstein. Also let it bleed by the used are good songs too. I’m dealing with drug addiction right now.
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Does anyone have a youtube channel with lists like these?
Are there any who have lists with heavier tracks?
I want to make a hella awesome sexing track list!
Look up music in bed by allie ganley it’s a playlist with some shit but mostly good near the end
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I want be a music blogger do I go about doing that.
Pornstar dancing by my darkest days
Good song ?
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#1 Crush by Garbage…of course 😉
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The entire album of mudvayne l.d. 50
Night Ranger – You Can Still Rock in America
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I have struggled with addiction since I was 15 years old I’m now 35 and in recovery now but it will always be an on-going battle for me. I love all of these songs and have them on my playlist. Thanks for other suggestions tho, to the ppl that commented as well.
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your songs inspire me to great thing with my life i have lost so many people in my life that most of your songs help me with my family problems and losses. thank you!!!!
Addictive Behavior Motor Works in Salt Lake City, Utah would love to build a custom “Buckcherry” motorcycle and have the band autograph it! The bike could then be raffeled off with all money going directly to Kelly LeMieux to help with his medical bills related to his treatment of Acute Myeloid Leukemia.
Candice Davis is the owner of ABMotorworks and her all time favorite band is of course “Buckcherry”, and she wants to help Kelly LeMieux in any way she can.
If I can reach the manager and get a “green light” to build an amazing custom “Buckcherry” bike we will have it done in time for the September 28th concert at “The Royal” in Salt Lake City!
Please call Addictive Behavior Motor Works at (801) 839-3999 with any questions regarding this project! Candice Davis would be happy to go over any and all details!!
haha closer is about sex with a pyschopath..vampires… you poor people.. whats it like in those little empty minds..
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That was an excellent show and venue. The band rocked my socks off everything I expected.
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mad season “wake up” not metal but a great rock song about addiction.
October Rust by Type O Negative
THE WHOLE CD.
Music absolutly helps us cope with addiction. I appriciate the post The band Hate Breed also has alot of positive influence about recovery and staying on top of your emotions that drag us addicts back to the wrong path. Doesnt matter how you do it or what you listen to just fukn do the dam thing. Stay clean people love life be fukn greatful your not at day one.
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https://open.spotify.com/track/59oVGPBYmMSeNjsTH2rOJW is my playlist on spotify with 80 some recovery songs like these.
This list is shit. Srsly. I imagine all your moms shagging the grocery sacker to this garbage. The comments had better suggestions.
hey Suzie. My name is Josh and I am the guitarist for burden of the sky and I stumbled across a photo you took when we opened for Nonpoint at the castle in Bloomington and it was a really really good photo. I was wondering if by chance you happened to have more photos of us from that show that we could add to our website. Thanks again:)
I personally think most of the queen of the damned soundtrack is sexy.
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What about Scream from Avenged Sevenfold?
I was made for lovin you , Kiss.
Nothing More-Jenny was a song that helped me in recovery
Everything I Wanna Do by Nickelback
Nothing else Matters by Metallica- this is my choice for my funeral , to be played at crematorium with Enter Sandman or For Who the Bell Tolls – both by Metallica on entering
You all have made such a difference in my life. I am fifty years old and this is not my typical playlist. I have had many challenges and after watching The Scars and Crossroads videos I cried for the first time in years because I felt understood. I now start every morning listening to these and reminding myself, I am me and me is okay. Thank you from the bottom of my soul. I even passed it on to my daughters. You boys rock!
Killswitch Engage – Always
Master Of Puppets had a hand in saving my life with my issues. Queensryche’s Silent Lucidity was a truth for me later.
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I want to know the best heavy metal songs to have sex to. To give u a clue on what type of music me and my woman like. Papa roach. Hailstorm. Seether. Staind. Five finger death and punch. Dusturbed. You get the idea.
As someone mentioned “adrenalize” by in this moment would be an excellent choice fo4 you!
We came as Romans, a war inside should be in this list
So Far Away by A7X?
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Where is H?
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If you want it HOT it’s not about lyrics… it’s about the beat and tempo and the ending! Move with the music, do not listen to the lyrics. You want eye contact and that beat to move you. Hard, fast, slow… the following have all of it in one song.
Think: Dazed and Confused by Led Zeppelin (who doesn’t think of a climax at the end of this song?), Stranglehold by Ted Nugent, Diary of a Madman by Ozzy, Get Down Make Love by Queen, Dragula by Rob Zombie, Remember (Walking in the Sand) by Aerosmith, Crawling King Snake by The Doors, Darling Nikki by Foo Fighters.
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I love your band kelly
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