Metal Hammer Readers Say These are ‘The Best Metal Songs Of The 1990s’

  • Axl Rosenberg

Having already recently shared their own list of “The 100 Best Metal Songs of the ’90s,” Metal Hammer has now polled their readers for a second opinion (‘cept they only got to choose twenty songs, not a hundred). Is the reader list better than the mag’s list? I’ll let you decide… but I can already hear the howls over the fact that Pearl Jam is on here, and the only artists to score multiple entries on this list were Pantera and Marilyn Manson. Err… at least Limp Bizkit didn’t make the cut?

Check out the list below (via The PRP), then head to the comments section to argue.

20. System of a Down – “Sugar”
19. Pantera – “Floods”
18. Machine Head – “Davidian”
17. Marilyn Manson – “Lunchbox”
16. Guns N’ Roses – “You Could Be Mine”
15. Korn – “Freak on a Leash”
14. Judas Priest – “Painkiller”
13. Sepultura – “Roots Bloody Roots”
12. Pearl Jam – “Alive”
11. Pantera – “Walk”
10. Megadeth – “Hangar 18”
09. Pantera – “Cowboys from Hell”
08. Marilyn Manson – “The Dope Show”
07. Tool – “Stinkfist”
06. Metallica – “Sad but True”
05. Iron Maiden – “Fear Of The Dark”
04. Nirvana – “Smells Like Teen Spirit”
03. Alice in Chains – “Rooster”
02. Marilyn Manson – “The Beautiful People”
01. Slipknot – “Surfacing“

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