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These are The Top 25 Metal Songs Of 2019 According to Revolver Magazine

Some interesting choices in here.

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As the year wraps up, we're going to see quite a few lists (some far more insane than others). Revolver has jumped in with their Top 25 Songs of 2019, which include tracks from Deafheaven, Slipknot, Korn, Spirit Adrift, Poppy, and Tool. For what it's worth, I think Revolver did a pretty solid job of putting in very well-known artists with some ones you should check out. Lookin' at you, Spirit Adrift.

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25. Creeping Death – “Bloodlust Contamination”
24. Spirit Adrift – “Angel & Abyss”
23. Alien Weaponry – “Ahi Ka”
22. Ozzy Osbourne – “Under The Graveyard”
21. Counterparts – “Wings Of Nightmares”
20. Ho99o9 x Ghostemane – “Twist Of Fate/Cobra”
19. Korn – “Cold”
18. SeeYouSpaceCowboy – “Armed With Their Teeth”
17. Brutus – “Cemetery”
16. Marilyn Manson – “God’s Gonna Cut You Down”
15. Greyhaven – “A Match Where Great Fire Should Be”
14. Chelsea Wolfe – “Deranged For Rock & Roll”
13. Cold Cave – “Promised Land”
12. Rammstein – “Puppe”
11. Poppy – “Bloodmoney”
10. Killswitch Engage – “The Crownless King”
09. Mark Morton – “Cross Off” (feat. Chester Bennington)
08. Ghost – “Mary On A Cross”
07. Nails – “I Don’t Want To Know You”
06. Gatecreeper – “From The Ashes”
05. Higher Power – “Seamless”
04. Slipknot – “Solway Firth”
03. Knocked Loose – “Mistakes Like Fractures”
02. Deafheaven – “Black Brick”
01. Tool – “7empest“

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