What is the heaviest music you know of?

Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by bassfran, Apr 14, 2012.

  1. bassfran

    bassfran Supporting Member

    Mar 1, 2012
    Endorsing artist: Lakland basses

    It can be any song/artist/band/piece of music you've heard from any genre/era.

    Just the heaviest/most brutal/crushing thing you know.

    Doesn't need to be major label, but we have to be able to find it to hear it- (no 3-cassette-only, buried-under-the-rubble-of-a-Norwegian-farmhouse-by-my-4th-cousin-kinda'-ultra-way-too-obscure stuff, please.)

    I'll start us off with my pick; Diamanda Galas.
  2. Fireguy


    Mar 6, 2012
    I guess it would have to be Cannibal Corpse for me. That is about as heavy as I have gotten.
  3. Epitaph04

    Epitaph04 Always overcompensating Supporting Member

    Jul 5, 2010
    Strapping Young Lad.
  4. Ostrobothnian

    Ostrobothnian Guest

    Jun 27, 2011
    Oulu, Finland
    My musical tastes are more jazz/progrock/psychedelic-oriented but there┬┤s a place in my heart for Meshuggah. My #1 metal band is Mastodon but ┬┤Shuggah is the heaviest for sure.
  5. hdracer


    Feb 15, 2009
    Elk River, MN.
  6. pnut166

    pnut166 Guest

    Jun 5, 2008
    Sirius Liquid Metal plays all kinds of ridiculously heavy stuff. So heavy it`s unlistenable, if you ask me.
  7. Meshuggah, hands down. Jonas Brothers are a close 2nd.
  8. deeptubes


    Feb 21, 2011
    I'm a huge Machine Head fan, so I'll say Barbara Streisand. :D
  9. The heaviest music that I actually RESPECT,and consider actual music? Cannibal Corpse. Sure there's 'heavier' stuff out there. But,it's utter crap to my ears.
  10. Helluvatim

    Helluvatim Guest

    Sep 24, 2006
    New Jersey
    Check out Volumes, you want heavy you say?
  11. SwagAttack

    SwagAttack Guest

    Sep 14, 2011
    Bay Area, CA
    I don't know if it's really considered too heavy. But my favorite band hands down is Veil of Maya. Nothing gives me more of an eargasm. There was a local band that was brutal called I Shot the Sheriff. They broke up a while ago. But they sounded so pro.

    Edit: for those interested http://www.myspace.com/ishotthesheriffmusic
  12. Jeesus777

    Jeesus777 Guest

    Mar 10, 2011
    Drone Doom... Just listen to some Sunn O))). It`s really boring usually but heavy as fudge.
  13. 8liter


    Apr 30, 2009
  14. BassIsBoss


    Jun 25, 2007
    Nova Scotia
    Mozart (Requiem in D minor), Joni Mitchell (Blue album), Howlin Wolf (Evil, Fourty-Four etc.), Zappa (The Torture Never Stops), Billie Holliday (Strange Fruit), Vaughn Williams (
    A Lark Ascending), and that piano piece by the guy in the death camps (WWII), that I heard once on radio and has never left that tiny place in the back of my brain where sadness goes to die.
  15. dtripoli


    Aug 15, 2010
    1968's debut album by the very first true Metal Band, Blue Cheer
    The genre was not yet named 'Metal' and was referred to as Acid Rock
    Blue Cheer - Out of Focus

    The double lead solo at 2:01 would make anybody think, "They had to be on acid"
    These guys were playing through Marshal stacks with the volume knobs on "11"
    long before Spinal Tap

    They singlehandedly developed the cottage industry of Hearing Aid stores for
    Baby Boomers
  16. Yea, bands like Sunn O))) are a really great idea, I lke and respect their thing- it's just unlistenable for me.
  17. SonourBrum


    Apr 7, 2006
    Speaking of fudge.... How about some "Fudge Tunnel" on a quiet Saturday afternoon!.