#1
Who do you guys think are the best baritones in metal? I'm a baritone(and guitarist) and was wondering who are some to take inspiration from.
#2
Doesn't Ihsahn sing fairly low most of the time?
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Doesn't Ihsahn sing fairly low most of the time?

Not really. Or atleast not now, as he didn't seem that deep at Wacken, or on The Adversary.
#5
Well I only have Anthems, but his clean singing on some of the songs there seems pretty baritone to me. But I'm not a vocalist or anything so I could be entirely wrong.
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#6
Neither am I, I just have a friend in a chorus who's considered baritone, and he seems to go quite a bit lower than Ihsahn. Ihsahn does have a deepish singing voice though.
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#10
I love Ihshan's singing voice! He uses it more on the last 2 albums although don't expect them to sound like either ITNE or Anthems.
#12
That bloke from Type O Negative (Pete Steele?).
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Well I only have Anthems, but his clean singing on some of the songs there seems pretty baritone to me. But I'm not a vocalist or anything so I could be entirely wrong.



no, i think ishahn is closer to tenor
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Glen Benton (Deicide) , Peter Tägtgren (hypocrisy) , Karl Sanders (Nile) , John Tardy (Obituary) , David Vincent (Morbid Angel) to name just a few.
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Glen Benton (Deicide) , Peter Tägtgren (hypocrisy) , Karl Sanders (Nile) , John Tardy (Obituary) , David Vincent (Morbid Angel) to name just a few.



I don't thik that count's as baritone.
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I love Ihshan's singing voice! He uses it more on the last 2 albums although don't expect them to sound like either ITNE or Anthems.

If you liked Prometheus and Equilibrium, you should check out his solo album.
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#24
David Vincent and Peter Steele are my favs.
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I don't thik that count's as baritone.


Well, David Vincent does some baritone singing in Morbid Angel (God of Emptiness).
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Well, David Vincent does some baritone singing in Morbid Angel (God of Emptiness).
I love his Baritone Vocals in that. So Gloomy.

And Peter Steele. Obv.
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I love his Baritone Vocals in that. So Gloomy.


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well if one considers the more traditional definition of a baritone voice - without any doubts, Geoff Tate from Queensryche


Yeah, but he can also sing alto. I like to call him a tenor with a very large range in both the upper and lower registers.

James Hetfield is considered a baritone.