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Vocal Influences

Pardon the pun.
1Aesop Rock
Labor Days


Ian Matthias Bavitz. Dead smooth flow, heavenly voice. Tits.
2Alchemist
Spiritech


Adam Agius. Uniquely Australian vocal stylings, from cleans to chants to banshee screams to shouts to growls.
3All Shall Perish
The Price of Existence


Eddie Hermida. Range like a mofo.
4All That Remains
The Fall of Ideals


Phil Labonte. A great example of what someone with an ordinary, not too unique, voice can achieve.
5The Angelic Process
Coma Waering


K. Angylus. Pure emotion.
6At The Drive-In
Relationship of Command


Cedric Bixler-Zavala. Crazed, maniacal shouting and offbeat vocals!
7The Beatles
Abbey Road


Paul McCartney, John Lennon. Needs no explanation.
8 Brand New
The Devil and God are Asian Inside Me


Jesse Lacey-YEAH! *DADADADADAAADAAAA*
9Deftones
Around the Fur


Chino Moreno. Does this dude even need to be explicitly mentioned?! Genius.
10dredg
El Cielo


Gavin Hayes-Like what I hear in my dreams while I sleep.
11Killswitch Engage
Alive Or Just Breathing


Jesse Leach-seminal metalcore/hardcore vocalist. Dude is a legend, still a legend nowadays.
12Eyedea & Abilities
By The Throat


Michael Larsen-a great blend of emotional hip-hop and grungy singing.
13Faith No More
Angel Dust


See Chino Moreno. Mike Patton is an absolute genius.
14Fellsilent
The Hidden Words


Neema Askari (and maybe Joe Garret). Unique vocal textures from a great band, clean/harsh interaction and layering is fantastic.
15 The Gaslight Anthem
The '59 Sound


Brian Fallon. Cool guy.
16In Flames
Come Clarity


Many will lol, but I always liked Anders' vocals on this album.
17Isis
Panopticon


Aaron Turner is a great vocalist with his own identifiable sound, and is also a testament to just how much someone's vocals can improve with time.
18Opeth
Still Life


No explanation needed. Mikael's growls might be a bit monotonous at times, but the cleans are great
19Parkway Drive
Killing With A Smile


Not a real predictable choice, but Winston McCall's vocal sound is strong and stylish, and the dude has some real stamina.
20Strapping Young Lad
City


Devin Townsend is GOD. Or Satan. Whichever.
21Portishead
Portishead


Beth Gibbons, anyone? See Chino Moreno/Mike Patton.
22Primus
Sailing the Seas of Cheese


Les Claypool makes me giggle.
23Protest the Hero
Fortress


Rody Walker's voice is like sex in audio form.
24Ringfinger
Decimal


Tracy Wilson is eh pretty cool guy and doesn't afraid of anything.
25SikTh
Death of a Dead Day


Mikee Goodman is the perfect example of vocal experimentation gone horribly right, Justin Hill is an extremely competent metal vocalist, with a great clean voice to boot.
26The Smiths
The Smiths


Morissey. No more shall be said.
27Ulver
Bergtatt


Garm can scream like a demon and sing like an angel. He's SO COOL.
28The Stone Roses
The Stone Roses


Ian Brown, cause he's sex.
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