Top Metal Songs of the Decade – 2000’s

The top Metal Songs of the Decade-2000s list blasts you with the heavy Sound and powerful performance that hasn’t faded over the years.

This list features the songs created by legendary Bands like Slipknot, Slayer, and Metallica, etc. along with Talented young metal bands songs.

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This Metal Song of the Decade-2000’s list helps to choose the Best Songs that Mosh Pit through decades.

‘The End of Heartache’ (2004) Killswitch Engage

Killswitch Engage’s Howard Jones and Adam Dutkiewicz are jokers. But they’re certainly not kidding around when composing music — for ‘The End of Heartache’ (on their album with the same name) earned them a 2004 Grammy nomination for Best Metal Performance

‘Nothing Left’ (2007) As I Lay Dying

‘Nothing Left’ single was composed and released by American Metal Band in 2007. This single Loaded with power pack beats and interruption of Melody chorus to entertain the Mosh Pit crowed.

‘Nothing Left’ single lyrics describe the current situations of people in this modern society. This single Nominated for “Best Metal Performance” in Grammy Awards. ‘Nothing Left’ featured in a lot of video games.

‘More Than Meets the Eye’ (2008) Testament

Along with Slayer and Megadeth, Testament is one of the godfathers of thrash metal music. ‘More Than Meets the Eye’ came from 2008’s ‘The Formation of Damnation’ album — the first new material since 1999’s ‘The Gathering’. 

This single take place in all Mosh Pit gatherings and concerts all around the world. 

‘The Day That Never Comes’ (2008) Metallica

Clocking in at almost eight minutes, the song was the first single from Metallica’s ninth studio album, ‘Death Magnetic.’ The last three minutes of the track is 100% instrumental, complete with multiple guitar solos. 

‘Death Magnetic’ was the first studio album to have Rick Rubin as producer and Robert Trujillo in the band on bass.

‘Jumpdaf—up’ (2000) Soulfly

One of the more popular songs on Soulfly’s ‘Primitive,’ it features Slipknot’s, Corey Taylor. The guitars sound clean throughout, leaving ‘Jumpdaf—up’ with a refreshing musical touch.

‘Blood and Thunder’ (2004) Mastodon

This top metal song of the decade has strong guitar riffs that are prominent throughout the track. It appears on Mastodon’s critically acclaimed 2nd studio album ‘Leviathan.’ 

Terrorizer, Revolver, and Kerrang! magazine all named it Album of the Year in 2004.

‘Final Six’ (2006) Slayer

Thrash metal band Slayer paved the way for metal. The band not only survived the ’90s but also sharpened their influence with ‘Final Six’ from the album, ‘Christ Illusion.’ 

The vocals for this particular song were actually not finished in time for the album’s release. However, it was later included on a special edition of the CD.

‘In Ashes They Shall Reap’ (2009) Hatebreed

Heavy in metal and hardcore roots, this top metal song of the decade appeared on the ‘Saw VI’ soundtrack. 

The high energy in the music video (directed by Dale Resteghini) is credited to fans, who happily thrashed their heads to the live concert filming.

‘Redneck’ (2006) Lamb of God

Go ahead, dedicate this song to anyone you know with a big ego. Lamb of God’s vocalist Randy Blythe told ‘Metal Hammer’ magazine that the song applies to people in the music industry with a big head. 

But the guitarist Mark Morton later told ‘Guitar World’ that the song was written about Blythe. In any case, the lyrics are clear: “So drunk on your self-self-righteous. The laughing stock of your own f—ing stage.”

‘Before I Forget’ (2005) Slipknot

In the video, Slipknot shed their disguise, maskless and in normal clothes. However, their identity was never revealed thanks to clever camera angles.

Not only is ‘Before I Forget’ AOL Radio’s best metal song of the decade, but it also won the band its’ first Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance.

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