some favorite vocalists, yeah
|1||Andrew Jackson Jihad|
People Who Can Eat People Are the Luckiest People
Sounds like a skinny white guy playing on the street.
I wish I had this guy's voice, all I would have to do is sing and I could get any bitch I want.
Chris Reifert sounds like a fucking madman being tortured.
He just yells at the top of his lungs, and it sounds awesome. Lots of energy.
|5||Built to Spill|
There's Nothing Wrong With Love
There's a childish wonder in Doug's imperfect singing voice and lyrics.
You're Living All Over Me
J. Mascis is not a good singer, at all. He's constantly off key, but it's almost as if he's just singing that way because he doesn't give enough fucks to even try. Sounds slacker as fuck.
|8||The Gaslight Anthem|
The 59 Sound
His voice is powerful and rough, and conveys a lot of emoshun.
|9||Iron & Wine|
The Creek Drank the Cradle
His style is very whispery. Some of the most relaxing shit I've ever heard.
Epic and operatic, his vocals are catchy as fuck.
De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas
One of the most unique voices in black metal, or music in general. Fucking psychotic.
So Tonight That I Might See
Sounds like something you might hear in a hazy dream.
|13||Neutral Milk Hotel|
Ferris Wheel On Fire
Some people think Mangum is a bad singer, but fucking how? I must be tone deaf or something because I rarely hear him go off key, and I think is voice is quite pleasant. He doesn't have the greatest singing voice but it's distinct and can be very powerful when he's yelling out his lyrics with a lot of emoshun.
Slanted and Enchanted
Like Mascis, Stephen Malkmus seems to give very few fucks and sings off key a lot, but his voice has a lot of personality and it fits the feeling of laziness that saturates this album.
The Scepter of the Ancients
UHH...EHH...AHH AHH, EYY EHH EHH EHH EHH EHH. Matthew Chalk was a very unique death metal vocalist. He did a lot of weird shit. Too bad he isn't with the band anymore, they would be a lot better off. The new vocalist sucks dick, he basically has a mid-range metalcore scream and he wears out his welcome quickly.
Sodom was very influential on the black metal scene. The vocals are snarling and hateful, and Angelripper's newer style is more of an in-your-face yell with some raspy parts. Still awesome.
Effigy of the Forgotten
Frank the Tank has never matched the brutality of the performance he put out for this record.
Watching From a Distance
"It?s soft and fragile, yet smoky and dangerous." A description of her vocals from a review on this website. Agreed.