VH1 will premiere "40 Most Awesomely Bad Metal Songs ... Ever" on Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, November 25) from 9PM-10PM. The cable channel's description of the program follows:
"What's your favorite most awesomely bad 'metal' song of all time? What heavy metal songs make you shake your head, roll your eyes, laugh, gag or just want to punch something because they're so horrendously great ... that you love to hate them (or is it vice versa)? VH1 is counting down the '40 Most Awesomely Bad Metal Songs ... Ever' in a 2-hour special, hosted by Riki Rachtman, that will cover the lowest of the lows and the highest of the highs over the last three decades of awesomely bad heavy metal — the kind of songs you shouldn't bang your head to ... the kind of songs that maybe don't rock, but you love them anyway (or not).
"Join us on 'Turkey Day,' Thursday, November 25 from 9:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. as we count down some real musical turkeys, celebrate fantastically cheesy lyrics, the most un-metal of themes, the worst/best guitar riffs, and of course, those strange, misguided flukes from our favorite artists. Our team of experts help explain why we've deemed these songs so (un)worthy. We've been covering our ears, shutting off the radio, and running from the room screaming for too long."
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