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Can anyone give me good metal songs to learn on guitar that would sound cool wherever i play it. THnx
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Metallica. Theyve got some good riffs, good for beginners too.

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Metallica. Theyve got some good riffs, good for beginners too.

agreed, also slayer and megadeth.
alot of easy power chord stuff which will sound mean as hell but not too difficult to play
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Enter Sandman is pretty easy and it sounds good on electric or acoustic. The chorus can dress to impress if thats what you're looking for.
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agreed, also slayer and megadeth.
alot of easy power chord stuff which will sound mean as hell but not too difficult to play



well idk about slayer cuz most of their stuff sounds the same..
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Laid to Rest by lamb of God is my warm-up song, it really gets the left hand working!
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#13
2 Minutes to Midnight - Iron Maiden

Great fun to play, great solos, lots of tempo changes and you can sing along to the chorus
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Number of The Beast by Iron Maiden is piss easy.
Also Seek & Destroy + Master of Puppets by Metallica. MoP being significantly more difficult.
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learn some Death, fun and kind of challenging
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The Trooper by Iron Maiden.
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#18
it depends on what metallica, some of there stuff is easy some of its hard. its kind of weird because with their old stuff, ( Hit the lights demo, killemall) the solos are really hard but the riffs are real easy, with their later stuff, the solos arent as hard (with the exception of the MOP one) but the riffs are harder. if you like the black album try stuff off that, its all pretty easy.
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very simple!!
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well idk about slayer cuz most of their stuff sounds the same..

Not to mention a little fast for beginners.

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#22
You haven't told us what your skill level is but I've gotten into All That Remains a lot recently and my two favorite songs to play are Six and Become the Catalyst, they sound really mean too lots of my friends who've never heard of the band before really liked those songs when I played for them a few days ago they're real crowd pleasers (if the crowd is into death metal, of course)
#23
try Sabbath stuff, those were the first metal songs i learned, NIB, behind the Wall of Sleep. mostly stuff from their first(and best) album
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#24
Yeah, we really need your skill level because alot of people are throwing out some really tough songs, along with easy ones. So what is your skill level? How long have you been playing?

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#26
skill level?
Specific genres?
Fav. Bands?
etc.
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very simple!!



That doesn't look like it's a simple, if the TS is a beginner, lol.

In any aspect, I think Angry Again by Megadeth isn't too hard. Sounds pretty sweet too.
#28
Trust - Megadeth

The solo's really hard for a beginner, but the song itself is quite simple.

I Am The Law - Anthrax

One of the slower songs from Among the Living. It still deflowers virgins, though. Also try "Madhouse" from Spreading the Disease.

Electric Crown - Testament

This is one of their easier songs, even though the solo's not for beginners. It's still good, though.
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#29
enter sandman, creeping death sounds really cool and the rhythm is fairly easy if not a little fast. metal militia, seek and destroy, escape, these are all from a rhythm point of view though, im no lead player.
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Trust - Megadeth

The solo's really hard for a beginner, but the song itself is quite simple.

I Am The Law - Anthrax

One of the slower songs from Among the Living. It still deflowers virgins, though. Also try "Madhouse" from Spreading the Disease.

Electric Crown - Testament

This is one of their easier songs, even though the solo's not for beginners. It's still good, though.


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edit: On topic, anything by Sabbath is learnable, and some of their later stuff, off of MoR, Sabotage, and Volume Four is fairly easy and sounds cool as hell.
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#31
Constant motion - Dream theatre,, Not That heavy,, but a great song
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#33
Symphony of Destruction by megadeth the solo is hard but with practice you'll get there but great song none the less
#34
or possibly hangar 18 besides the solos.. the riffs are pretty easy

or for a harder megadeth song play holy wars
#35
I Cum Honey by Cannibal Comb.

Also, Conquer All by Behemoth.
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You haven't told us what your skill level is but I've gotten into All That Remains a lot recently and my two favorite songs to play are Six and Become the Catalyst, they sound really mean too lots of my friends who've never heard of the band before really liked those songs when I played for them a few days ago they're real crowd pleasers (if the crowd is into death metal, of course)



My favorite songs to play from them are Six and The Weak Willed, but All That Remains is not Death Metal, they are Metalcore.


Also, ATR is not exactly at a beginner's playing level, some of their riffs are absolutely brutal, definetly not a beginner's choice.
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