#2
Metal is way to broad.

Speed metal
80's metal
Thrash
Core
Death
Black

Give us bands sounds you like?
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The Minor Prophets - Haste the Day.
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+1 one of the first songs i ever learned. you learn a lot of techniques in that song as a beginner.

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Grab your self a copy of Judas Priest British Steel. Some great music that is fairly easy to learn
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Most Slayer songs
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Has everyone assumed he's strictly a rhythm guitarist or something? Apart from the SOD recommendation.
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Has everyone assumed he's strictly a rhythm guitarist or something? Apart from the SOD recommendation.


Normal progression is from rhythm to lead, since you need self-rhythm in order to be a lead player. Well, you should have self-rhythm.
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Metal is way to broad.

Speed metal
80's metal
Thrash
Core
Death
Black

Give us bands sounds you like?

Dude that's not even the start of it lol
Thrash, hair, melodic, power, nu, the list goes on!
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Normal progression is from rhythm to lead, since you need self-rhythm in order to be a lead player. Well, you should have self-rhythm.

I see what you mean but what I think he's asking is, he wants some beginner metal songs to learn the techniques, it sounds like he can already play other styles if you see what I mean.
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For Whom the Bell Tolls
Motorbreath
Ride the Lightning
Fight Fire With Fire

if you want old school Metallica

some really easy ones are

Sweet Dreams by Marilyn Manson
Three Little Pigs by Green Jelly
Revenge of the Zombie by Six Feet Under
Holy Diver by Dio
Metal Gods by Judas Priest
Sluts of Hell by Natttefrost
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Intro riff to Seek and Destroy

Ah yes, if I remember correctly that is the first song I learned on guitar.
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What tuning are you in? I would suggets the Metallica songs listed above if you are in E standard, and maybe some Iron Maiden.
Also if your in Drop C, although it not all strictly metal you could try some Bullet For My Valentine or some HateBreed (VERY esay).
#21
In Flames by In Flames, if you're playing in D standard. It's melodic death metal, and has some pretty good techniques to learn, such as tremolo picking, galloping, palm muting, and a pretty easy solo, and awesome riffs. Plus there's a melodic clean section, which you should still learn, just because you can't be the \m/ BR00TAL METAL \m/ guy all the time, you should learn some slow, melodic stuff too. It really will help your playing in the long run.
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#23
I am pretty noob. you can try Living after midnight by Judas priest ,its a kick ass song and is fun to play. You can also try Iron Man by Black Sabbath. Fear of the Dark by Iron Maiden (besides the solo) but most of the song is not too hard to play.
#24
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Intro riff to Seek and Destroy


This

This is the first song I learned, has about 9 or 10 nice riffs and some nice fills. Fun song to play. 3/4 of it is chugging on the E string
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#26
Cigaro by S.O.A.D.

great for learning to play power chords fast and for building up finger strength

EDIT: 2nd song i ever learned so it should be easy
1st Raining Blood by Slayer (note: not the entire song is easy..)
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