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04.16.12 Y Sikth No Make New Musics?04.06.12 A Good Vocalist List
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A Good Vocalist List

There are a ton of these floating around, so I figured I'd do one that ris personal. Good vocalists don't sound like other vocalists.
1Every Time I Die
Last Night in Town

Keith Buckley has been the man since 1998. Skramz and cleans are all
beautifully distinguished
The Trees Are Dead and Dried Out

Mikee Goodman mostly. I mean shit his voice is on speed. The combination
of him and Justin Hill is the greatest vocal duo of all time.
3Fair to Midland
Arrows and Anchors

Darroh Sudderth sounds like 4 different vocalists. The vocal melodies on
this album speak for themselves.
The Scepter of the Ancients

Matthew Chalk is my favorite death metal vocalist. The lowness of the
lows, the highness of the highs, and that bastardized belch combine to
make a three headed monster of a machine that can keep up with the crazy
tech-death stylings of Psycroptic.
5The Dillinger Escape Plan
Miss Machine

Greg Puciato is the fucking man.

Dave Verellen, of Botch fame, continues his one-of-a-kind vocal dominance
in Narrows.
7Mac Lethal
The Original 11:11 Sessions

I don't always listen to hip-hop, but when I do it's usually Mac Lethal.
Style, flow, and lyrics unite to make one hell of an underrated rapper.
The Shape of Punk to Come

Dennis Lyxzen has a voice that makes me want to run into a cage fight and get my ass handed to me.
Old Your Demise and Refused are the only bands that make me want to get
into a fist fight with someone who can break my face.
9Friend For a Foe
Source of Isolation

Chris Barretto, ex-Periphery and currently working in both FFAF and Ever
Forthright, sounds like Randy Blythe got vocal lessons from God.
Phenomenal dual-threat vocalist.
10Hot Water Music

Chuck Ragan is the fucking man. So stoked on Exister.
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