11 Wild But Wonderful Collabs Prove Metal Goes Well With Anything

  • 11 Wild But Wonderful Collabs Prove Metal Goes Well With Anything
    POSTED 22 Feb 2022

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    Collaborations have been all the rage in 2022 with Bring Me The Horizon expanding their lengthy list with that Ed Sheeran featureHealth recruiting Lamb Of God for Cold Blood, and Matt Heafy working with Nergal from Behemoth and Ihsahn from Emperor on Akumu for his Ibaraki black metal project.

    With rumours of a Dani Filth and Ed Sheeran collab on the way and a confirmed guest appearance by My Chemical Romance singer Gerard Way on that Ibaraki record,  the desire for metalheads to engage in some cross-genre sonic exploration seems to be reaching a fever-pitch. 

    With this in mind, we took a bit of a deep dive through metal's storied history of collaboration with others genres to compile this list of 11 wild but wonderful collabs that prove that metal goes well with pretty much anything. 

    Anthrax Public Enemy - Bring The Noise

    Alice In Chains + Elton John - Black Gives Way To Blue

    Bring Me The Horizon + Lights - Crucify Me

    The Dillinger Escape Plan + Jarren Benton - Rage

    Every Time I Die + Brendon Urie - It Remembers

    Linkin Park + JAY-Z - Numb/Encore

    Lou Reed + Metallica - The View

    Run The Jewels + Zack De La Rocha - (Close Your Eyes and Count To F*Ck)

     Soulfly + Sean Ono Lennon - Son Song 

    Trash Talk + Tyler The Creator + Hodgy Beats - Blossom & Burn

    Within Temptation + Xzibit - And We Run

    Bonus coz Kerry King of Slayer played the guitar on it and the track rips. 

    Beastie Boys - No Sleep Till Brooklyn 

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Submitted by wordsbybrenton on Tue, 02/22/2022 - 05:38

lou reed tallica

Collaborations have been all the rage in 2022 with Bring Me The Horizon expanding their lengthy list with that Ed Sheeran featureHealth recruiting Lamb Of God for Cold Blood, and Matt Heafy working with Nergal from Behemoth and Ihsahn from Emperor on Akumu for his Ibaraki black metal project.

With rumours of a Dani Filth and Ed Sheeran collab on the way and a confirmed guest appearance by My Chemical Romance singer Gerard Way on that Ibaraki record,  the desire for metalheads to engage in some cross-genre sonic exploration seems to be reaching a fever-pitch. 

With this in mind, we took a bit of a deep dive through metal's storied history of collaboration with others genres to compile this list of 11 wild but wonderful collabs that prove that metal goes well with pretty much anything. 

Anthrax Public Enemy - Bring The Noise

Alice In Chains + Elton John - Black Gives Way To Blue

Bring Me The Horizon + Lights - Crucify Me

The Dillinger Escape Plan + Jarren Benton - Rage

Every Time I Die + Brendon Urie - It Remembers

Linkin Park + JAY-Z - Numb/Encore

Lou Reed + Metallica - The View

Run The Jewels + Zack De La Rocha - (Close Your Eyes and Count To F*Ck)

 Soulfly + Sean Ono Lennon - Son Song 

Trash Talk + Tyler The Creator + Hodgy Beats - Blossom & Burn

Within Temptation + Xzibit - And We Run

Bonus coz Kerry King of Slayer played the guitar on it and the track rips. 

Beastie Boys - No Sleep Till Brooklyn 

Listen to our Metal Maniacs playlist now 

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