14 Of The Most Terrifying Songs That Aren’t Metal

Metal likes to be scary. At its core, metal in all its forms is about primal reaction and the drama of the truth; the power of fear lies behind both of these principles. As such, metal musicians sometimes feel like the performers at a haunted house, leaping out in masks of history’s horrors, society’s underbelly, or the ills of the world, for the sheer excitement of watching the hot li...

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