Because I enjoy a variety of actual good music, and will willingly list my favourite songs here, along with a brief detail as to why:
Twist - Korn
Because nothing brings me closer to an orgasm than Jonathan Davis scatting.
Sugar - System of a Down
Because I love how the vocals are used in a way not seem normally, while it still stays true to a traditional shouty metal song.
Get this - Slipknot
Because I am a big fan of Corey Taylor and his ability to manipulate his voice in a way that makes him stand out, yet also fit in to most genres if he tries, as demonstrated in this screamy metal song.
Dead memories - Slipknot
Because I fucking love it, the lyrics stick in your brain like the glue I sniffed too hard once, and the guitar is especially badass in this one.
Duality - Slipknot
Not only do I love the range of vocal talent Corey Taylor shows off in this hit, but also the fact that Clown smacking a metal barrel with his signature baseball bat not only fits in the song perfectly but also sounds strangely satisfying.
A little piece of heaven - Avenged Sevenfold
Because this is a song about a necrophile who kills his fiance after he is worried that she will reject his marriage proposal in order to constantly be able to fuck her, only for her rotting corpse to come back from the grave and kill him, and then them both go on a killing spree whilst dead resulting in them being married as zombie-like beings. Need I say more?
Fucked with an anchor - Alestorm
It’s a song written with insults, the main one being, unsurprisingly, fucking someone up the arse using an anchor.
All out life - Slipknot
Because I’m hyped for the new album and it was a brilliant teaser song.
Jujitsu - Lost in the Summer
Because I wrote and performed this song to a few friends along with my ‘band’ whilst possibly under the influence of something and it was fun. (no, you can’t find it anywhere, and I don’t plan on giving anyone access to the video any time soon).
Happy song - Bring me the Horizon
Because it’s just a good fucking song.
Wonderful life - Bring me the Horizon
I just love how insanely British Oliver Sykes’ pronunciation of the lyrics are.
I hope you enjoyed my list. No, this is not it, I have barely even scratched the surface, but I didn’t want to overstay my welcome so I cut it short here.