Why are so many of Metallica's 1980's songs about suicide, disaster, or going insane?
- Anonymous1 month ago
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- AndrewLv 71 month ago
Ninety percent of the heavy metal songs out there are about the same dozen topics:
Depression, loneliness, isolation, suicide
The Devil, Satanism, black magic, withchcraft
Headbanging, thrashing and general heavy metal pride
Murder, violence, warfare
The unexplained - aliens, monsters, the supernatural
- Obi Wan KnievelLv 71 month ago
Oh, you mean back when Metallica played metal! The answer is simple, because those are very heavy metal topics. Always have been.
From the early days of Black Sabbath, suicide, disaster and insanity have been the most popular topics in heavy metal. They still are, in fact. Lyrically, heavy metal has always like to delve into the 'forbidden' and dark subjects. Sex is another popular topic, but it's taboo in thrash metal (which Metallica used to be) because it's too much fun. Thrash only deals with the 'serious' topics of metal, probably because it's really hard to sing about getting laid and sound angry about it. Nickelback proved that nicely, now that I think about it.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Because, back then, it was the Heavy Metal Era. And the more grunge, the better. Record Labels wanted more grunge..