'Metal That Sounds Like Other Metal': Final Three Installments Posted Online

A registered YouTube user who goes by the name "BakNBlack" has posted the final three clips featuring hard rock/heavy metal tracks that sound like songs by other artists.

Says "BakNBlack": Y'ever hear a song and go, 'Man, that sounds just like...'? Well so did I. In fact, I found songs that not only sound like other songs, but they may as well practically BE those other songs!"

He added: "'Metal That Sounds Like Other Metal' is for ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY. As a drummer in a rock band, and a songwriter, I make no claims about anyone 'ripping' anyone off; there's only eleven notes and only about fourteen keys that don't suck on guitar. This is 'Metal That SOUNDS Like Other Metal', not 'Metal Ripping Off Other Metal'."

Watch the latest "Metal That Sounds Like Other Metal " clips below. Previous installments can be viewed at this location.

"Metal That Sounds Like Other Metal - Volume XXVI":

"Metal That Sounds Like Other Metal – All Requests Special":

"Metal That Sounds Like Other Metal – Final Edition":


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