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Greatest Voice In Metal?

Discussion in 'Jag Panzer' started by Zac, Jan 24, 2007.

  1. ToastedOveries

    ToastedOveries Stranger in the night

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    1.Dio
    2.Russel Allen
    3.Ian Gillan

    someone said glen hughs :O just personal opinion, but id rather eat shit than watch him show up deep purple at cal jam 74, the cunt wouldnt shut the hell up
     
  2. TheBodomBeachTerror

    TheBodomBeachTerror Im metal till I die!

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    1. Harry Conklin
    2. Roy Kahn
    3. James Hetfield
     
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    David "THE LION" DeFeis,beyond any comparsion.
     
  4. Katana Overlord

    Katana Overlord Master of the Pit

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    I have to agree. After seeing Jag Panzer and Titan Force at KIT, there's no one I've seen compare to Conklin live.
     
  5. Michael von Rabensblut

    Michael von Rabensblut The mighty STRYGON

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    Because I am a singer myself I want to give an add to this list of the superb angelic voices:

    Harry "The Tyrant" Conklin (JP ;) )
    Matt Barlow (Iced Earth)
    Russ North (Cloven Hoof)
    Thorsten Kohlrausch (Dark At Dawn)
    Mark The Shark Shelton (Manilla Road)
    Rob Rock
    Michael Kiske (ex- Helloween)
    Brian Thomas (Halloween)
    Sean Peck (Cage)
    Messiah Marcolin (ex- Candlemass)

    And not to forget Bob Parduba. Fits very well to Chain of Command album. You did a very good job there Bob.

    (And Hell Yeah I have to edit it one more time one more add, David De Feis the absolute 4,5 octaves singer. Nobody can sing that high as him).

    I really love extraordinary voices, and each of these guys has a special one.
     
  6. Ivory Tiger

    Ivory Tiger New Metal Member

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    Rob Halford
    Harry Conklin
    Bob Parduba
    John Oliva
    Michael Kiske
    Tony Moore (Riot)
    Mark Boals (Malmsteen)
    Bobby Franklin (Medieval Steel)
    Larry Philips (Emerald)
    Allan Alman (Oracle)
    Inaki (Exodo)
    Ultra Dave (Ion Britton)
     
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    David DeFeis! Don't know why he has only two other mentions. His voice is just insane.

    Matt Barlow comes as a close second.
     
  8. Roddoliver

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    Right now, I'm amazed by Tim Aymar and his work with Pharaoh. Excellent vocals but I never heard him live to see if he is really that good.
     
  9. Up&Away

    Up&Away A member nonetheless

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    Jorn Lande. I saw he was listed earlier in the thread...like 2 years ago or more. IMO...he's still on top.
     
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    Halford and Russ anderson (Forbidden)

    Both not only good singers, but they have a great sense for melody. A lot of unbelievable hooklines on nearly every song without sounding stupid.
     

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