For the Season 8 Finale, That Metal Show welcomes the founder of Metallica, Lars Ulrich. Lars and the boys discuss the humble beginnings of Metallica, the Napster scandal, Metallica's recording strategy, and the upcoming record with Lou Ree
1) Suicide and Redemption - Metallica 2) Ashes of the Wake - Lamb of God 3) Joseph Merrick - Mastodon 4) Call of Ktulu - Metallica 5) The Crusade - Trivium
1) Call of Ktulu Metallica 2) Voice of the Soul Death 3) Moby **** Led Zeppelin 4) Ashes of the Wake LOG 5) Anesthesia (Pulling Teeth) Metallica 000abtw I choose Ride the Lightning.
1. Chimaira-Implements of Destruction 2. Lamb of God-Ashes of the Wake 3. Five Finger Death Punch-Canto 34 4. Chimaira-The Heart of it All 5. Rush-YYZ Honorable Menions: all the Metallica instrumentals000aKill 'Em All vs. Ride the Lightning: RTL
Top 5 Instrumentals- #1 Metallica- Call of Katula, #2 Rush-La Villa Strangiato, #3 Iron Maiden-Transylvania, #4 Scorpions-Coast to Coast, #5 Metallica-Orion
Top 5 Instrumentals, 5 Metallica-Orion 4,Stevie Ray Vaughan-Riviera Paradise 3-Journey-Venus 2-Def Leppard-Switch 625 and 1 Stevie Ray Vaughan-Rude Mood
Top 5 Instrumentals 5) Van Halen Eruption 4)Yngwie Malmsteen Trilogy Suite Op,5 3) Metallica Orion2)Metallica Anethesia (Pulling teeth) 1) Iron Maiden Losfer Words (Big Orra)
Randy Rhodes-Dee, Metalica-Anesthesia, Metallica-Suicide&Redemption, Blue Oyster Cult-Godzilla, Santana-Soul Sacrifice
"Ballerina" By Tigertailz
I can't believe you left off the best Metalica instrumental. Anistisia buy Cliff Burton by far the best bass solo ever played.
Talk about a left turn, Motley Crue - Shout At The Devil to Theatre Of Pain.
your right david led zepplin should be on that list
This show made a big mistake. They put eruption, but what about switch 625. Maybe the influence wasn't quite as big, but, even though it is the end of 'heartbreak it is still a great individual song, unlike eruption.
anyone have a link for this episode its not working for me
They never mention Led Zeppelin in any way shape of form on this show. They had just as much influence on hard rock/ heavy metal as Black Sabbath. Not to mention they are the greatest band ever. Musically, not band can touch Lez Zeppelin.
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I 2nd rmcmillen. best instrumental: Led Zeppelin - Moby D1ck
Savatage - Prelude to Madness, Starz - Coliseum Rock, Metallica - The Call of Ktulu, Virgin Steele - Pulverizer, Impellitteri - Over the Rainbow
I will say "Ride The Lightning" was better than "Kill 'Em All" because as good as "Kill 'Em All" was it's basically prematured album compare to "Ride The Lightning". "Right The Lightning" is the first album with solid "Metallica sound" where there are certain songs in "Kill 'Em All" sounded bit childish and "Metallica" was not fully formulated into their own unique form.
Correction guys! No instrumentals are "songs". Song is music with lyrics. It doesn't matter whether instrumental piece only had one guitar or entire instruments, none of them will make "song" category.
For me, top 5 best instrumental pieces are 5. Dokken - "Mr. Scary" 4. Iron Maiden - "Ghengis Khan" 3. Rainbow - "Difficult To Cure" 2. Metallica - "Orion" and 1. Coroner - "Arc-Lite".
I cannot believe that you 3 idiots would badmouth queensryche for not being metal considering some of the so-called "metal" acts you have had on your show