|These Never Get Old|
I could listen to any of these songs on repeat all day. For some, I
Fade to Black
A bit of a departure from the theme of this list, but songs like this and
"One" are worth mentioning for their development and transition.
The End of Heartache
This song pretty much introduced me to metal, and Howard's vocals are
|8||The Human Abstract|
Vela, Together We Await the Storm
Catchy riffs, catchy chorus, and enough shred to make me break out in air
I Won't See You Tonight (Part 1)
Waking the Fallen is always a reminder to me of what this band could have
been (i.e. before "City of SHIT"). Although this isn't the "best song" from
the album, it's the only one that develops enough to be on this list.
|6||Between the Buried and Me|
This song is so diverse, it could be an album in itself.
Although it's more repetitive than the other songs on this list, I love the
lyrics. Plus it's a classic.
|4||Protest the Hero|
Rody Walker's voice at its best (during parts), and brilliant songwriting. I
listened to this song exclusively for three days.
I'm not gay, it's just a damn good song.
|2||Protest the Hero|
The Divine Suicide of K.
This song seems to provide a climax to the entire Kezia album.
|1||Between the Buried and Me|
The emotion that builds up for the final solo is spectacular. The first time I
heard this song, I actually cried. Selkies is also great, but I'll put Mordecai
one step above.