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18th Apr '18 8:12:22 PM Gemfyre
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** Branches/Bones from Not The Actual Events contains a frequent, distorted, howling wail.
*** From the same EP, Burning Bright (Field on Fire) takes it up to 11, when performed live most of the lines are yelled into the microphone - VIA A MEGAPHONE.
23rd Mar '18 9:34:03 AM FromtheWordsofBR
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* Music/EverythingElse has one in "Religion Song (Put Away The Gun)". It really sticks out because it's immediately after a quiet [[SpokenWordInMusic spoken word]] bit.
12th Mar '18 3:08:07 PM F1Krazy
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* Music/{{Curve}}'s song "Split Into Fractions", from their debut album ''Doppelganger'', features this in the outro. At first the screaming is highly distorted, but then it abruptly rises in pitch until it becomes a horrifying (but brief) squeal.
20th Jan '18 7:20:09 PM c4sk
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* One of the most infamous and [[Main/BrokenBase base breaking]] examples is Nattramn of Music/{{Silencer}} and Diagnose: Lebensgefahr. His pained, psychotic screams of [[Main/SelfHarm (at times, actual and self-inflicted)]] pain are arguably the main defining point of of both project's output. Seriously, just [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1vwnr_u6fc listen]].

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* One of the most infamous and [[Main/BrokenBase base breaking]] examples is Nattramn of Music/{{Silencer}} and Diagnose: Lebensgefahr. His pained, strained, psychotic screams of [[Main/SelfHarm (at times, actual and self-inflicted)]] pain are arguably the main defining point of of both project's output. Seriously, just [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1vwnr_u6fc listen]].
12th Jan '18 2:32:11 PM TheRoxinator
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* Porcelain Black has fun with this sometimes. Examples include the verses of "Mannequin Factory", and the third verse of "Swallow My Bullet".
* Eddie Fisher's version of "My Favorite Things". That last "SOOOO BAAAAAD!" sounds like it was sung by a different guy.
2nd Jan '18 10:11:19 AM MorgenReiter
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* BlackMetal band Fleurety has one of the most extreme examples of this trope with their debut [=EP=] ''A Darker Shade of Evil''. The vocals are so inhumanly high-pitched that the singer blew out his voice performing them. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYimUNtWLd8 Have a listen for your self here]], [[HellIsThatNoise if you dare]].

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* BlackMetal band Fleurety has one of the most extreme examples of this trope with their debut [=EP=] ''A Darker Shade of Evil''. The vocals are so inhumanly high-pitched that the singer blew out his voice performing them. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYimUNtWLd8 Have a listen for your self here]], [[BrownNote Listen]] [[HellIsThatNoise if you dare]].at your own risk]].
15th Dec '17 4:48:28 PM MsRandom303
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*Leigh Kakaty of Pop Evil does this in "Trenches". And "Behind Closed Doors". And "Deal With the Devil". And "Hero". Et cetera, et cetera.
7th Dec '17 12:36:06 PM c4sk
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* One of the most infamous and [[Main/BrokenBase base breaking]] examples is Nattramn of Music/{{Silencer}} and Diagnose: Lebensgefahr. His pained, psychotic screams of [[Main/SelfHarm (at times, actual and self-inflicted)]] pain are arguably the main defining point of of both project's output. Seriously, just [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1vwnr_u6fc listen]].
** This vocal style would go on to be imitated by a sizable amount of [[Main/BlackMetal DSBM]] bands, such as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3dYQrFqo3qM Gris]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yk3hmVLfYM8 Taiga]].
20th Nov '17 12:51:10 PM Metallix
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* You normally wouldn't associate the Music/GratefulDead with this trope, but Bob Weir let's a good scream out during the song "One More Saturday Night".
10th Nov '17 12:15:51 PM azul120
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** "Freezer Burn" is an ominous but fairly quiet instrumental piece... with a SmashCut into Kim [[CarefulWithThatAxe screaming her head off]] in a live version of "[[Music/TheStooges I Wanna Be Your Dog]]".

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** "Freezer Burn" is an ominous but fairly quiet instrumental piece... with a SmashCut into Kim [[CarefulWithThatAxe screaming her head off]] off in a live version of "[[Music/TheStooges I Wanna Be Your Dog]]".



** There's one other good contender for this- it's "Drown Soda"; specifically the studio version. While the live ones are more [[MetalScream consistent screaming throughout]], the studio version goes a long for a while with Love singing softly... that is, until 3/4 of the way through, where she lets out one of the most jarring screams ever recorded (she ''gargled whiskey'' during the recording session under which it was made, which explains a lot of it). She continues to scream for most of the rest of the song, then quiets down... only for what one can describe as a [[JumpScare jump scare scream]] if you've got it on high volume, to come up.

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** There's one other good contender for this- it's Also "Drown Soda"; specifically the studio version. While the live ones are more [[MetalScream consistent screaming throughout]], the studio version goes a long for a while with Love singing softly... that is, until 3/4 of the way through, where she lets out one of the most jarring screams ever recorded (she ''gargled whiskey'' during the recording session under which it was made, which explains a lot of it). She continues to scream for most of the rest of the song, then quiets down... only for what one can describe as a [[JumpScare jump scare scream]] if you've got it on high volume, to come up.up.
** "Violet", one of their {{signature song}}s: "You should learn when to go." "YOU SHOULD LEARN HOW TO SAY NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!"
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