However, some bands do that really well. Here are 10 most offensive metal band names.
Cock and Ball TortureA progenitor of pitch-shifted, porn-influenced goregrind, and one of the most influential groups within the style, Germany's Cock and Ball Torture is not a band name you want to google, trust me.
Revolting CocksRumor has it the gents who make up Revolting Cocks came upon the name by their usual debauchery. Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen was out for a hard night of drinking with some friends, so hard that the bartender threw them out, declaring them a bunch of revolting cocks.
RapemanUnlike the other bands in our list, Rapeman is a pretty chill band with Steve Albini on vocals. Apparently, they took their name from the title character in a Japanese comic book
Scraping Foetus Off The WheelThey went something softer with their current name 'Foetus,' but theirformernamestillstrike fear into the hearts of righteous Christians.
Butthole SurfersGranddaddiesofthepunksceneare not that offensive anymore as they are now treated as a classic band. That's a weird thing when a band that is supposed to stay in the underground forever goes mainstream.
It's easy to guess what kind of music this Dutch band plays. As the name heavily insinuates, it's gory, brutal death metal in the vein of Carcass.
The CrucifucksThe Crucifucks were a hardcore punk rock bandfromLansing,MI,USA, formed in 1981 by vocalist Doc Dart. The band's original drummer was Steve Shelly, who eventually ended up as the permanent drummer for Sonic Youth. Their first album featured songs like "Cops for Fertilizer" and "Hinkley Had a Vision" (referring to would-be presidential assassin John Hinkley.)
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Vaginal JesusThis American racist grindcore band offenses a lot more people that one can possibly imagine. When your album is called Affirmative Apartheid it can't be the other way.
These guys are in completely their own league. Known for their grindcore musical style and controversial lyrics, despite their moniker, they enjoyed a long, prolific run up until the death of frontman Seth Putnam in 2011.