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Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by MoSeN, Mar 21, 2015.
All of them of course, but 1:55
The 70's taught (or should have taught) how leads and solos play an integral part of Metal music, and should not be dismissed or skimped on. Also, that professionalism, poignancy, and musicianship are never to be diminished in what one is doing (no excuses in just being lazy). It is shit like this which is why true Metal will always be the ultimate form of music (or at least up there with Classical). This is how you are supposed to do it, folks:
3:44 (long solo):
Hammett does a bloody good mental solo when he wants to:
Been into this one lately
Pretty much all of Hammett's solos on Metallica's early albums fucking rip. Definitely one of a kind.
Not a song that gets much appreciation when it comes to Metallica songs, but I always dug Hammett's solo in the song Escape.
0:00- 4:47 not my favorite but Nuno rules!
Probably my favorite solos.
All solos in this song:
The whole tune
I love the solos Autopsy has, simple and evil as fuck!
I don't love Heathen's Victims of Deception as much as I used to, but I'll be damned if the leads aren't consistently excellent. Favorite at 4m26s:
Probably my favorite Autopsy song.
I dig this solo, not the best ever or anything, but it has a good progression for the song. And it's well harmonized like a Queen solo. Build up to it starts at 3:30ish
l love shred...so
go to 1:25 if you cant stand the madness/it ...not so much a melodic solo or even traditional...but these boys play. Love the chops,tone and fuckyou l can play attitude about it all - Todd Duane guitar