->'''"[[Series/CSIMiami YEEEEEAAAA]][[MemeticMutation AAAAAAAAHH!!]]"'''
-->-- Roger Daltrey of Music/TheWho, [[Music/WhosNext "Won't Get Fooled Again"]]

Let's say you've got a line in your song that you really want to emphasize. ''Really'' emphasize. Or maybe it needs to be "edgier" and "gritty". What's a musician to do?

Cue the Metal Scream.

This can come in a few different flavors:

# A hoarse, bellowing mid-register sort of roar, as exemplified by [[Music/{{Pantera}} Phil Anselmo]], [[Music/{{Slayer}} Tom Araya]], [[FearFactory Burton C. Bell]], [[Music/{{Unearth}} Trevor Phipps]], [[Music/TheRedChord Guy Kozowyk]], [[Music/DespisedIcon Alex Erian]], [[Music/NapalmDeath Barney Greenway]], [[Music/{{Vader}} Piotr Wiwczarek]], [[Music/{{Sepultura}} Max]] [[Music/{{Soulfly}} Cavalera]], and [[Music/{{Slipknot}} Corey Taylor]].
# An [[HarshVocals animal-like]], [[BadassBaritone extremely low-pitched growl]], as exemplified by [[Music/CannibalCorpse George Fisher]], [[Music/{{Suffocation}} Frank Mullen]], [[Music/{{Whitechapel}} Phil Bozeman]], [[Music/{{Behemoth}} Nergal]], [[Music/{{Devourment}} Ruben Rosas]], [[Music/DyingFetus John Gallagher]], [[Music/{{Nile}} Karl Sanders]], [[Music/MorbidAngel Steve Tucker]], [[Music/BrokenHope Joe Ptacek]], and [[Music/{{Deicide}} Glen Benton]].
# A phlegmy, almost gagging sort of scream, of mid to high pitch, as exemplified by [[Music/{{DarkTranquillity}} Mikael Stanne]], [[Music/{{Emperor}} Ihsahn]], [[Music/{{Eyehategod}} Mike Williams]], [[Music/TheBlackDahliaMurder Trevor Strnad]], [[Music/AtTheGates Tomas Lindberg]], [[Music/{{DimmuBorgir}} Shagrath]], [[Music/CattleDecapitation Travis Ryan]], [[Music/AllShallPerish Eddie]] [[Music/SuicideSilence Hermida]], [[Music/{{Death}} Chuck Schuldiner]], and [[Music/{{Carcass}} Jeff Walker]].
# A very loud, high-register "clean" singing style, done either as a single scream or short burst, or to construct an entire melody, (it even warrants [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Screaming_(music) an article]] on Wiki/TheOtherWiki) as exemplified by [[Music/JudasPriest Rob Halford]], [[Music/IronMaiden Bruce Dickinson]], Music/RonnieJamesDio, [[Music/{{Queensryche}} Geoff Tate]], [[Music/{{Manowar}} Eric Adams]], Music/KingDiamond, [[Music/{{Candlemass}} Messiah Marcolin]], [[Music/{{Nevermore}} Warrel Dane]], [[Music/SymphonyX Russell Allen]], and [[Music/{{Watchtower}} Jason McMaster]].

This is found most often in HeavyMetal songs, especially with Type 4. Type 3 is almost exclusively associated with BlackMetal and forms influenced by it, but can also show up in metalcore or DeathMetal, especially MelodicDeathMetal. Types 1 and 2 are becoming increasingly common in some alternative rock movements. Types 1, 2, and 3 are often referred to collectively as HarshVocals.

Often a part of a BigRockEnding. Compare CarefulWithThatAxe, where the singer unexpectedly screams with the intention of surprising the audience. The Metal Scream is used for emphasis or to develop a heavier tone for the song; it's only NightmareFuel for those not into the genres likely to use it. When combined with melodic or "clean" vocals, it's SopranoAndGravel.

Compare PunctuatedForEmphasis for the nonmusical equivalent. Or see [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A43JOxLa5MM here]] for the non-human variation.

This trope is often, if not regularly combined with BigWordShout.



* The first low-pitched, death metal scream...was recorded in 1966, 20 odd years before Death Metal existed, by Music/TheWho in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvFuUaCe8eY&feature=related "Boris the Spider"]]. In this case though, it was John Entwistle doing the screaming. There's also Roger Daltrey's wonderful, climactic scream in "Won't Get Fooled Again", which effectively sums up this trope in the page quote.
* The Crazy World of Arthur Brown's "Fire"
* Music/BillyIdol's "White Wedding". "WAAAAAAAAAOOOOOOWWWW...It's a nice day to...STTAAAAAAART AGAAAAAAAAAAIIIN..."
* Music/RelientK uses this trope in "I So Hate Consequences", "Which To Bury, Us or the Hatchet?", and "Life After Death and Taxes" (YOU ALREADY FORGAVE ME!!!!). It's backing vocals, so it's hard to notice, but it's still surprising due to their genre.
** Interesting to note that these backing were provided by the lead singer of christian death metal band The Showdown.
* Music/TheSmashingPumpkins, "X.Y.U." (from the ''Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness'' album): "AND INTO THE EYES OF THE JACKAL I SAY KAA-BOOOOOOOOM!!"
** "Despite all my rage, I am still just a rat in a...'''CAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGEE!!!!!!!'''"
* "I Want It All" by Music/{{Queen}} had this trope, in the acapella section of the song right at the beginning. Dragged out to about a full minute at the last section.
** Also [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXsIkt1JVNU Fight From The Inside]], sung by drummer Roger Taylor, gets pretty close to this trope.
* Music/{{Aerosmith}}'s "I Don't Wanna Miss A Thing" has one towards the end, possibly ruining the mood of the song.
** Steven Tyler does it often. One of the most famous is "Dream On" (see Live-Action TV, below). There's also the ending of "Amazing", the chorus of "Walk This Way" on the Run-DMC version, and at least thrice (start, before the solo and coda) in "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mQkbt4AqPg Falling In Love (Is Hard on the Knees)]]".
** "Angel", "Back in the Saddle", "Rats in the Cellar", "Same Old Song and Dance", "Toys in the Attic", "Crazy", "Draw the Line"... hell, let's just say Aerosmith in general.
* "Renegade" by Music/{{Styx}}, with a "YEEEEAAAAHHHHH" near the end.
* Sammy Hagar pulls one off at the end of Avenida Revolucion, lasting nearly a full 10 seconds.
* Music/{{Whitesnake}} does this a bit, with "Still of the Night" being the most notable one. A scream before the softer "bridge", a scream going out of it, and a couple here and there for good measure. Also notable are the falsetto notes partway through "Here I Go Again", which sound kind of like David Coverdale inhaled a balloon full of helium just before he tackled it.
* Music/JohnLennon's scream at the beginning of "Revolution" (the fast, {{hard rock}}[=/=]{{heavy metal}} version) and Music/PaulMcCartney in "Helter Skelter" (da-na-na-na-na-na-na-nuh).
** John's screams were more primal, but Paul was an expert at two particular screams: the "Jet Harris yell" (first heard in "Cry for a Shadow") and the Little Richard screams (mostly in his Little Richard covers).
** Another great John Lennon example is "Well Well Well" off the Plastic Ono Band album, which features Lennon screaming the word "well" at the top of his lungs for about two minutes; the whole album is notable due to it having been made after John's primal scream therapy.
* Music/KurtCobain was an expert in going from "regular singing" to "shouting your lungs off". Great examples are the "YEEEEEAH YEEEEAH" in "Lithium" the last chorus of "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xHl-P_arVA Where Did You Sleep Last Night]]," and of course "Smells Like Teen Spirit," where he goes from singing the verses in an easy, mellow tone, to [[IndecipherableLyrics nearly incomprehensible shrieking]] during the chorus.
** And then there's "tourette's".
** A more impressive feat from ''Nevermind'' is the song, "Lounge Act," a song that sees Kurt [[UpToEleven pushing that even more]] by basically screaming for almost the entire final verse, a full minute plus.
** And [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCZ1-TD2oyc "Milk It"]].
* Music/LedZeppelin's "Immigrant Song".
** And "Whole Lotta Love". And "Rock and Roll". And "Dazed and Confused". And...
* [[Music/FooFighters Dave Grohl]], often. "Best of You" has probably one or two sentences that aren't yelled. [[http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1945348,00.html He has stated]] that he chews gum during concerts because of all the screaming, and [[http://timeoutchicago.com/music-nightlife/14873935/dave-grohl-of-foo-fighters-extended-interview-lollapalooza-2011 that]] he's afraid someday he'll [[GutturalGrowler sound like]] [[Music/{{Motorhead}} Lemmy]].
** The song "Monkey Wrench" is a pretty impressive example. The last verse is screamed quite vigorously. When Grohl stopped to breathe, I have no idea.
** Also at the start of "Bridge Burning": "THESE ARE MY FAMOUS LAST WOOOOORDS!!!"
** "White Limo" and "Weenie Beenie" are downright screamed the whole way through.
* Two examples from Music/GunsNRoses are Axl's "police siren" wail at the start of "Welcome to the Jungle", and near the end of "November Rain" before the final bridge begins.
** Their cover of "Ain't It Fun" [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wApjy0IaCTw ends with one]].
** "There Was a Time" has a window-shattering scream around the 5-minute mark.
** The [[BigRockEnding totally-not-ending]] of Paradise City is kicked off with one of these.
* Music/BreakingBenjamin does this a lot, typically type 1 or 2. Sugarcoat has psuedo-death growls.
* [[Music/{{Evanescence}} I WANT TO DIIIIIIIIIIIIIEEEE!!]]
* Used in Music/GreenDay's song "She", and very awesome it is too.
** "Take Back" from the ''Nimrod'' album for a more guttural Type 3 during its chorus ([[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XQTgsPs_Tk which Billy Joe can pull off live]]) and "Letterbomb" from Music/AmericanIdiot [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sX3ve_1vRA8#t=2m10s at the start of the bridge]].
** Billie Joe also screams "G-L-O-R-I-A" at the end of the song "Horseshoes and Handgrenades" on ''Music/TwentyFirstCenturyBreakdown''.
** And the more informed fan will tell you that "Private Ale" from the ''Kerplunk!'' album has a metal scream after Mike say sarge-like nonsense.
* Another chick-at-the-start example: "I'm So Sick" by Music/{{Flyleaf}}. Anyone who starts up the CD, then turns the volume up to hear the first line, is trying to reconstruct their ears after the second. For bonus points, get someone who's never heard this song before to try to sing it in Rock Band.
** Lacey [[HappilyMarried Sturm]] does this again at the end of "Cassie" (I...will...say...[[BigYes YEEEEEEEEESSSSS!]])
** "Sorrow" has her screaming "Joy will come!" while in "I'm Sorry" she screams "[[PunctuatedForEmphasis I'M! DONE! HEALING!]]"
** Lacey also screams in the background on many songs on Flyleaf's second album, including "In the Dark" and "The Kind".
** Flyleaf's non-album track "Justice and Mercy" has screaming in the chorus.
** Her appearance on We As Human's "TAKE THE BULLETS AWAAAAAYYYY!!!" Justin Cordle's scream sounds like nothing in comparison.
* Music/LinkinPark pre-''Minutes to Midnight'' comes to mind as a version 1 and 3 (depending on the song; "Faint" is one of the worst offenders).
** "Given Up" from ''Music/MinutesToMidnight'' has a 17-second long scream.
** "Across the Line" has an 11-second Type-1 scream.
** "Blackout" from ''A Thousand Suns'' also has it in the choruses.
* Music/RageAgainstTheMachine -- The "[[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure WRYYYYYY]]" from "Freedom" and the "YEAH!" from "Know Your Enemy"...and at least one line from pretty much every Rage song ever.
* Music/{{Songs To Wear Pants To}}'s "[[http://www.songstowearpantsto.com/songs/lyrics-to-a-song/ Lyrics To A Song"]] parodies the first type, with individual words getting agonizingly screamed in the middle of an otherwise gently sung melodramatic ballad. The person submitting the lyrics ''did'' want [[LiteralGenie certain underlined words "stressed out" after all...]]
** Also [[http://www.songstowearpantsto.com/songs/voweltacular/ "Voweltacular"]].
* The very first note of the very first track of Music/{{Wolfmother}}'s self-titled album is a savage MetalScream. Way to wake up the listener.
** And in the same album... ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzqTz_i1NXQ&t=1s She's a woman, you know what I mean. You better listen, listen to me. She's gotta set you FREEEEEEEEEEE-YEAH-YEAH-YEAH!!!!]]''
* Music/{{Red}} put Type 1 screams into many of their heavier songs. Standouts include "Feed the Machine," "Watch You Crawl," "Death of Me," and "Fight Inside."
* "Instruments of Destruction" by N. R. G. (the Decepticon ThemeMusicPowerUp in ''{{Transformers}}: The Movie'') has the last chorus screamed, followed by two long, drawn-out scream sequences.
* Melodic alternative band Manchester Orchestra has a 12-second MetalScream about 1:45 into "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X66k0BL5faQ#t=1m45s I've Got Friends]]"
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVVssTpOaVI "THE UNRESTRAAAAAINED UUUUUUUUSE OOOOOF EXCEEEEEESSIVE FOOOOOOOOOOOOOORCE"]] - the only distinguishable lyrics in KMFDM's aptly named '' 'The Unrestrained Use of Excessive Force'. ''
* Music/HotHotHeat is a confusing, quasi-example because of Steve Bays' unique voice. Even when he is singing things straight, it often sounds near yelling. It isn't quite a scream, but it definitely isn't a normal vocal approach. Critics have tried to pin it down to bellowing, yelping, pleading... It isn't working.
* The Music/{{Chevelle}} song Well enough alone starts with a pretty epic one.
* Music/MikePatton lets out an epic one in Music/MrBungle's Carry Stress In The Jaw.
** He pulls out a few good ones in Music/FaithNoMore too. "Smaller and Smaller" contains a particularly good one.
** As does "Jizzlobber":
** For downright ''insanity'', "Litany IV" (his a cappella piece on a John Zorn album) should definitely be mentioned. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjjUveFfJsw Just listen.]]
** 1st Hon. Mention to the one on "Digging the Grave". Volume turndown recommended to prevent loudspeaker damage.
* Done by Music/AlterBridge on occasion, especially type 2. For example, there's type 2 scream in "[[Wrestling/{{Edge}} Metalingus]]" and a type 1 one in "Save Me".
* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHo5w2WGZWA Baby I Don't Care]]" by Transvision Vamp had one of these right at the ''start'' of the song. By a ''chick''. Cue power chords and CrowningMusicOfAwesome.
* Around the World by Music/RedHotChiliPeppers has one of these in the intro, and another partway through the song.
* Adam Gontier of Music/ThreeDaysGrace gets a pretty lengthy Type-1 scream at the end of "Riot".
* The Locust. Practically every song is a collection of three guys screaming the lyrics in a high pitched, glass shattering bray.
* Music/JanisJoplin's version of "Piece of My Heart." WOOOOOOW!
** Also from Janis: "CRYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY....Baby! Cry baby! Cry baby!..."
* On most Music/EscapeTheFate songs, there is at least one type of screaming in either the background, or the breakdown. Several of their songs are entirely composed of differently pitched screams (e.g. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phFGwi1dO5M The Guillotine]]).
* Loads of Jack Off Jill songs contain the first and second types, particularly on ''Sexless Demons and Scars''.
* Music/{{Hole}}'s early records feature a lot of screaming. Notable examples include 'Rock Star', 'Burn Black', 'I Think That I Would Die' ('''[[PrecisionFStrike "FUCK! YOOOOOU!"]]''') and 'Drown Soda'.
* Music/EverythingElse has one right after the solo of "What Can't Be Seen".
* Music/GGAllin in his later years was either 1 or 2, depending on the album, but either way he'd milk it for all its worth.
* "''Holy Touch''" by Foxy Shazam has a scream near the end so high-pitched that it's hard to not mistake it for a guitar squealing.
-->"[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-EhIbJXV1M#t=1m52s The fire is DYYYYING!!]]"
* Moneen, otherwise an AlternativeRock band influenced by the PostHardcore scene, manages to pull off a bloodcurling Type 3 in the vein of BlackMetal on their Music/{{Alexisonfire}} cover [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_YKLqhL420 "Sharks In Danger"]].
* [[Music/{{Thursday}} Geoff Rickly]] is no stranger to barely comprehensible screams.
* Multiple songs by Music/ThePixies, but most notably "Tame" off of ''Doolittle'', in which Black Francis [[TitleDrop Title Drops]] the name of the song with a powerful, high-pitched scream not once, not twice, not three times, but ''nineteen times'', with only verses and bridge sections to break it up. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3BLtLRTFimA It must be heard to be believed.]]
--> Got hips like Cinderella. Must be havin' a good shame.
--> Talkin' sweet about nothin'. Cookie, I THINK ''YOU'RE'' '''''TAAAAAAME!'''''
* Music/LimpBizkit does this in a few songs, especially on their debut album.
* Music/{{Filter}} starts "So I Quit" with a #3 type [[PrecisionFStrike "Motherfucker!!"]]. (Only moderate screamery follows.) If you listen close, you can hear [[ThrowItIn Richard Patrick coughing afterwards]].
* The Music/KaiserChiefs do this a few times on their first album (notably on singles "I Predict a Riot", "Every Day I Love You Less and Less", and "Oh My God") in the form of a "wooaaaaahh!" ascending into a Type 3 MetalScream.
* Music/PapaRoach in many songs, most notably in the last part of Broken Home. "BROKEN HOOOOOOMMMME! '''''BROKEN HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMMME!!!!!'''''
* Music/TheProtomen lead singer, Raul Panther III, uses these quite often when singing as Franchise/MegaMan, especially "Hope rides...ALOOOOOOOOOOOOOONE!" at the height of "The Will of One", and almost constantly in the subsequent song "Vengeance".
* Music/TheFratellis' "Chelsea Dagger" has an "AAAUUUGHHH!" right after the opening riff (NHL fans probably know it followed by [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXCNTMkB3vQ a loud horn]]).
* Music/DieKrupps' "The Last Flood" contains a Type 1 right after a brief spoken word section. Many songs from the album ''Paradise Now'' also have one. An example of Type 2 can be found in their cover of Music/{{ACDC}}'s "It's A Long Way To The Top".
* Pete Loeffler of Music/{{Chevelle}} gets a big one at the beginning of "Well Enough Alone".
* Finnish AlternativeRock group Music/PoetsOfTheFall dabbles in a more metal sound from time to time via GenreRoulette.
** A short mid-range punctuation is present after a bout of manic laughter and a gasp in "[[https://youtu.be/f0w_WYXPIMc?list=PLjACqN5i5sDWU8BGL5afu1ynDxAMPX2rH Psychosis]]."
** High-register, gravelly screams punctuate and highlight the chorus of their HeavyMithril FakeBand Old Gods of Asgard's "[[https://youtu.be/8-l_kbZbXRQ?list=PLjACqN5i5sDUo3MfGtqogz7P3u5JUm3c- Children of the Elder God]]."
* While they're the TropeNamer for CarefulWithThatAxe, Music/PinkFloyd's "Careful with That Axe, Eugene" arguably isn't a straight example of that trope since the song's vocals consist, apart from the whispered title and a brief use of {{scatting}} at the end, of nothing but screams. For about one to four straight minutes, depending on the version. Most of the other times the band used screams they did fall closer to CarefulWithThatAxe, though.
* Geddy Lee of Music/{{Rush}} was ''very'' good at this in his prime.
** "Square, for, BATTLE!" and "OOOOH YEAH!" from "By-Tor And The Snow Dog"
** "LISTEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEN!" from "The Fountain Of Lamneth"
** "No matter what your dreams might, BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEYAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!" from "Something For Nothing"
** "OOOOH! PARADIIIIIIIIIIIIISE!" from the end of "Xanadu"
** "Closer to the HEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAART! YEAH!" from "Closer to the Heart" as well as even more in the outro.
** "Cygnus X-1" might be the pinnacle of this. "Until the black hole, GAINS CON-TROL!" "Like a spiral, SEA UNENDING!", and, of course, "Every nerve is, TORN APAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAART!" The last one is the highest note in his career, a B-flat below ''Soprano C''.
** In general, the majority of Rush's '70s music gets very close to screaming. Prime examples include "Bastille Day", "2112" and "Cygnus X-1".
* Music/{{Madonna}}, of all musicians, pulls one at the end of "Ray of Light":
-->And I [=feeeeeelAAAAAAAAH!=]
* Jimmy Somerville, formerly of Music/BronskiBeat, does falsetto screams, e.g. "Tell Me WHYYYYYYYYYY!".
* Sylvester's "You Make Me Feel", another falsetto example, has "Like you SHOUUUUUUUUULD!", which was [[SampledUp sampled]] in Reel 2 Real's "I Like To Move It".

* Hansi, of Music/DemonsAndWizards lets out a truly ''[[AwesomeMusic epic]]'' one near the end of ''[[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HGMx0YkeTFQ Fiddler on the Green]].''
* Music/{{Manowar}} is BUILT on this trope. Eric Adams does this about twenty times on every album they've released, and even pulls off a 30-second scream on the track Thor (The Powerhead).
** And another 30-odd second long one at the end of "Black Wind Fire and Steel".
** And he [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GYGq_qTfsU does this live too]]
* The screaming is one of the trademarks of Ian Gillan from Music/DeepPurple, to the point where an entire section of 'Child in Time' is comprised of screaming.
** The epic 'AAAAAAAAAH NO NO NO NO!' in Bloodsucker.
** Or the one that starts off 'Highway Star'.
* Music/{{Pantera}}. Particularly "Cowboys from Hell." After the solo, he gives what can best be described as a raptor shriek.
** "The Great Southern Trendkill" starts off with a particularly epic one.
*** That one, along with some other screams in "War Nerve" and "Suicide Note Pt. 2" were done by Music/AnalCunt vocalist Seth Putnam. The outrageously offensive and aggressive Putnam was brought on not only because the band wanted to prove that they weren't going soft (like some other metal figures of the time period) but also because ''Phil's voice couldn't produce the screams they wanted.'' Think on that, if you will.
** Or any other band with Phil Anselmo on vocals. The man gargles glass and sandpaper, and we love him for it.
* Towards the end of Skindread's "Choices and Decisions" the singer screams the word mad for a ridiculously long time.
* This is one of the hallmarks of Music/IronMaiden.
** As a matter of fact Music/BruceDickinson was so fond of this trope that it earned him the nickname "Air Raid Siren" in his earlier years.
** The scream in "The Number of the Beast" is so godlike that even Dickinson himself has never been able to reproduce it. The producer forced Dickinson to sing the first four lines over and over again, and his frustration at this finally boiled over into the legendary shriek.
** But also before Dickinson's first tenure as a singer, his predecessor Paul Di'Anno adorned the entire intro to the song "Killers" with assorted metal screams.
* Norweigan singer PelleK uses a solid type 4 along with some [[CarefulWithThatAxe axes]]. Since PowerMetal is his forte, its highly expected. Check his awesomess in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnoQ_Y6FUqE this video]].
* Female-fronted Death metal band Music/ArchEnemy pull this off well in most songs. Type 1 is used to devastating effect in the song "Dark Insanity" in which she growls and screams wordlessly in the middle of the song. Type 3 is used in every song. Also applied to their original, male vocalist.
** Music/AlissaWhiteGluz formerly of Music/TheAgonist is the current lead vocalist
* {{Music/Eyehategod}}. Mike Williams' screams are often unintelligible and literally sound inhuman. The fact he hasn't blown out his vocal cords and still sounds the way he did in the '80s and '90s really says something.
* Music/SystemOfADown do this in multiple songs, notably in "[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome Prison Song]]."
* Music/{{Slipknot}} uses Types 1 and 2 ''frequently'', with the occasional Type 3 ("Get This" being a prime example).
* Music/JudasPriest very often have this, due to Rob Halford's astounding vocal range, but one example that every fan of the band (and every ''VideoGame/RockBand'' player) will recognize is "Painkiller". Particularly the long, high-pitched scream during the second guitar solo.
** "Dissident Aggressor" has a great one at the beginning, a semitone below soprano C (i.e Really high), sung completely cleanly.
** The one from "Ram It Down" also deserves a mention. [[LyricalColdeOpen It is the very first thing heard, before any music starts up]], and it lasts a full seven seconds.
** Halford's vocals on "Painkiller" are awesome, but when Music/{{Death}} covered the song on "The Sound of Perseverance", [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=quPliK3eAy4&feature=related Chuck Schuldiner]] took the screams to extreme levels.
* On Music/{{Megadeth}}'s first album, Dave Mustaine takes this trope to near-{{Narm}}ful levels.
* "Angel of Death" by Music/{{Slayer}} of course. If that scream doesn't get you pumped for the song, you just don't like metal.
** There's also a similar scream in 'Seven Faces'
** Other notable screams are "Necrophobic", "Aggressive Perfector", "Chemical Warfare", "Postmortem", "War Ensemble", and "Epidemic".
** "World Painted Blood" has a point where it goes from normal to type 3 in a rising, blood curdling moment of rage.
* Schmier from Destruction has used the {{Metal Scream}} in some occasions, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cwg-M5-pjvs check here, 4:02 of the Antichrist re-recorded version of Curse the Gods]], it almost sounds like a banshee howl, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDzzIVV3Sbc and here, 0:44 of Devolution, from the album with the same name]], this one sounds a lot like the scream of Slayer´s Angel of Death.
* As a death metal band, Cryptopsy is certainly type 2 but "Open Face Surgery" features a scream that goes on for ''half a minute''. "Benedictine Convulsions" also features a 30 second long growl. Less notably, "Adeste Infidelis" contained a 20 second long scream.
* Music/{{Sepultura}}'s "Refuse/Resist" has a 12 second long scream. Not to mention the ever so subtle "FUCK SHIT UP!" in the background when the main riff kicks in...
* James Hetfield of Music/{{Metallica}} is also an expert. "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LU1gpboHUV8 I was born for DYIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIING!]]"
* [[DeathMetal Abnormality]]'s songs consist of nothing but a Type 2 "manly" scream. Even crazier when you consider that the singer is a ''chick''.
* Music/CannibalCorpse has a many. A lot of these overlap with CarefulWithThatAxe, but the best one is in their song "They Deserve to Die." On the last chorus, George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher follows up the last "They desere to DIIIE!" with a 15-second long "DIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE!"
* Swedish Symphonic Metal band Music/{{Therion}} went so far, on the album 'Lemuria' to bring in a guest vocalist JUST to do a metal scream on the song 'Abraxas'. That was literally his only involvement in the entire album.
* Music/{{Ozzy|Osbourne}}'s famous "AAAAAAAAAAALLLL ABOAAAAAAAARD!![[EvilLaugh HAHAHAHAHA!!!]]
* Music/{{Disturbed}} with "Enough", likely the closest thing to a truly harsh death growl the band will ever achieve, after a career of flirtations with the technique ("Just Stop", "Violence Fetish", "Conflict").
-->Haven't they suffered enough / haven't we suffered enough\\
Haven't they suffered enough / The damage more than I can '''''[[ScareChord BEAAAAAAAR!!!]]'''''
* Music/{{Tool}} is well known for the Type 1 version. In the song "Jerk-Off" from the EP ''Opiate'', there's one near the end. Keenan stretches "GOLD" (at about the 6:59 mark of "The Grudge") for a full 25 seconds. There's also the "GOOD-BYE!!" in "Eulogy", which lasts a good 13 seconds. In "Third Eye", Keenan suddenly breaks into a series of four screams after the first two verses. ("IN! OUT! IN! OUT!!!", with the last "OUT" lasting 18 seconds.) Later in the song, he [[CarefulWithThatAxe suddenly screams]] "PRYING OPEN MY THIRD EYE!!!" four times while the guitar, bass, and drums hit the same eight notes. At the end, he screams the same thing only he does this a whopping ''twelve times in a row!''
** Keenan actually blew out his voice for a while recording the vocals for "Ticks and Leeches" because of all the screaming. Because of this, they don't play the studio version in concerts.
* Pick a song off one of the first two Music/MyChemicalRomance albums. Go ahead. And actually, pick any song they usually play live, for that matter...
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7Ym_TAK_zo Hang 'Em High]] has examples of ALL THREE in one song. Including some from Keith Morris (of Black Flag and Circle Jerks).
* [[Music/XJapan KURENAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!!!!!]] Special note also goes to hide's backing vocal scream for ''Sadistic Desire.''
* Seems to be quite prevalent in female-fronted metal bands - Maria Brink of In This Moment uses the [=Metal Scream=] frequently. "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oadj2ZmH_JU&feature=related Next Life]]" (You're danger-OOOOOOOOOOOUUUUUUUUUUUUUSSSS!) and "Daddy's Falling Angel" are two good examples)
* Eyes Set To Kill - "Young Blood Spills Tonight" - at first it sounds like the vocalist could be selling pop records, but then you get to the chorus - "YOUUUUNG!!! BLOOOOOOOOOOD!!! SPIIIIILLS!!! TONIIIIIIIIIIGHT!!!!!!"
** When you realise it's a love song, you start to wonder why exactly they want to make it sound as painful as indicated.
* And Music/AlissaWhiteGluz from Music/TheAgonist. "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXzIeI0mkFI Eulogies]]" probably has her best example (1:33).
* Music/{{Otep}} is a rare example for nu-metal, being capable of delivering death metal style vocals - which can bring a 6 or 7 on the [[MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness scale]] a number or two higher.
* Razor's "The Marshall Arts," the opening track for their ''Violent Restitution'' album, begins with a '''30-second scream''' from Stace [=McLaren=], who is known for his lengthy screeches.
* Tony Kakko, singer from Music/SonataArctica, absolutely ''loves'' high-pitched screams.
* The overblown wail of "WOOOAAAAAHHH!!" from Lost Horizon's "Highlander" inspired the [[http://wiki.ytmnd.com/Face_Melter Face Metlter]] fad on YTMND.com
** That famous wail is actually the least over-the-top of the screams in that song. The absolutely mind-blowing [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1XzuDx55Sw D6 shriek]] in the middle blows it out of the water.
* John Cyriis, singer of Los Angeles-based speed metal outfit Agent Steel, has a majestic "air raid siren", as shown in the chorus of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdCwdfjMqHg "Agents of Steel"]].
* The closing tracks of Music/{{Meshuggah}}'s ''Catch 33'', particularly "Dehumanization" and "Sum".
* Music/AllThatRemains uses this in the solid majority of their songs.
* The Black Dahlia Murder has a nearly constant MetalScream effect in some/most of their work, notably in ''Everything Went Black.''
* Altaria opens their song [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doVlqF1Sn2g "Unicorn"]] with an amazing thirteen-second scream complete with backup screams that join in about halfway through.
* The vocals to ''every'' Music/LambOfGod song consist of virtually nothing but Type 3. On their first record, 1998's ''Burn The Priest'', it's invoked that even with a lyric sheet it's all but impossible to follow Randy's voice.
* Nitro was mostly about high-pitched screams and godlike guitar work. The most insane scream is found in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=537hCRIhQKw#t=50s "Machine gun Eddie", at 0:50 and lasts 30 seconds!]].
* Battlelore's "Voice of the Fallen" features a 23.5-second scream.
* One comes to mind in particular: "Entombment of a Machine" brought to you by [[Music/JobForACowboy Job for a Cowboy]]. Also, anything by Bring Me the Horizon. One that sticks out is "Pray for Plagues".
* Steve Bridges of Witchfynde had more of a metal ''shriek'', which he used in "Give 'em Hell" and "Getting Heavy" on their first album.
** Their second singer, Luther Beltz, can do the metal shriek as well; see the beginning "Wall of Death" from ''Lords of Sin''. That one is also a good example of CarefulWithThatAxe.
* This once was a staple of Music/AvengedSevenfold's repertoire. Their first two albums ''Sounding the Seventh Trumpet'' and ''Waking the Fallen'' had a healthy dose of screamed vocals, and even after M. Shadows largely stopped screaming in later albums, songs like [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsZy3I6colo "Bat Country"]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5dXbzGJkzc "Beast and the Harlot"]] both have ungodly epic examples at the very beginning − not to mention [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OYHC-JWY04 God Hates Us]]. With time, M. Shadows' screams in concerts have shifted from type 3 to something closer to type 1 and 2 (there were some rumors that he stopped screaming to preserve his vocal chords after a throat surgery, but he later denied that − he simply prefers singing).
* Music/{{Opeth}} uses type 2. A few songs are type 3, mostly towards the start of their career when they had more BlackMetal influence.
* In Music/DevinTownsend's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65gsQucAsfE Planet Smasher]], Devy is pretty much ''playing with growls'' most of the song, effortlessly "growl-speaking".
* Music/{{Deftones}} are quite well known for Type 2, with frontman Chino Moreno swapping between intense screams and more serene singing on much of the band's catalog, though some songs (like "When Girls Telephone Boys" but more notably [[CarefulWithThatAxe "Hexagram"]]) are definitely Type 3.
* Almost every variety can be found in, well, almost every song by Music/CradleOfFilth. This is acceptable due to Dani Filth's exceptional vocal range and the sheer awesomeness of his shoes. Notable uses are in the album ''Thornography'', particular the songs ''Byronic Man'' and ''Libertina Grimm''.
** It doesn't do him justice to refer to them as merely varieties. Pitch and volume are both his playthings, to do with as he so wishes. Dani Filth can do all the screams. All of them.
* Music/{{Nile}} uses type 2, although for Karl Sanders, this is less screaming, and more... [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNGB9j4eIws Inhumanly low and nearly indecipherable rumblings that merely happen to come from his mouth]].
** Compared to Demilich Karl sounds like a school girl singing, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxizB02d0gE here is an example]].
* May I direct your attention to [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ej0wt1viiEU Bloodlines]] by Dethklok. There are a couple Metal Screams in there, but the one near the end of the guitar solo is probably the metal-er of the two.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gNmmJurwktM Devil Driver]]'s Dez Fafara does vicious Type 2 and Type 3 screams on pretty much all their songs.
* Doro Pesch, most famously of Warlock, is quite adept at the MetalScream.
* Music/DreamEvil actually shout METALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!! on the song [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-i99_u27oBo The Book of Heavy Metal]]
* Music/{{Sybreed}}'s vocalist liked to alternate between type 2 and 3, along with belting out the occasional [[CarefulWithThatAxe axe]].
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XROW0nfHjA Anacrusisis]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ir-N1solIM love]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXLHo6t4tUM this]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hZpZy1d1Z4 one]], and use it in the majority of their songs. Singer Kenn Nardi even managed to work it in a few times in his much mellower side project, Cruel April.
* The 17 second growl at the beginning of "Silence Calls the Storm" by Quo Vadis.
* The scream (just after the spoken part) in [[Music/NanowarOfSteel Nanowar]]'s - no, that's not a typo, they're [[TestosteronePoisoning a parody band]] - "Metal-la-la-la" is probably the [[BlackComedyRape funniest]] use of Metal Scream.
* [[CreepyChild Ki]][[AxCrazy ta]][[CloudCuckooLander na]][[DeadpanSnarker nx]] does this quite a bit in Meatheads, Meatheads Everywhere.
* Heaven Shall Burn provides a pretty awesome one at the start of their song Endzeit.
* Music/{{Stratovarius}}. Was more common in the early days when Timo Tolkki was the singer, but Timo Kotipelto does a few sometimes. Best examples of Tolkki's work would be "Dreamspace", which has TWO near the end - "No sign of light anywhere, I am going INSAAAAAAANE!" and then "Now I am leaving this life, no hope left, I want to DIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE!" which is a really high note held for about 20 seconds. Another one comes from "Thin Ice", from the same album - no, that high-pitched noise you hear isn't made by violins, '''''that's actually Tolkki screaming'''''. Kotipelto usually does it live - in the live at Athens version of "Speed of Light" (which was included on the live album ''Live Visions of Europe''), he screams "YEEEEAH!" just after the first chorus. As for album songs, there's an absolutely EPIC scream of "ALRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGHT!" at the end of "I'm Still Alive", complete with the music going absolutely crazy and sounds of a crowd cheering (even though it's not a live recording). Might also qualify as a LastNoteNightmare.
* For the sake of countless eardrums, it might be a good thing that hardly anyone has heard of the underground albums Norman "Ski" Kierznowski [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5MsMVt7bJc has]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wohAFGsJerI sung]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TykXwXZ580Q on]]. The most common description of his style is any variation of "Rob Halford on steroids." And yes, he was a potential candidate to replace him.
* {{Grindcore}} is solely built on Type 3.
* Music/SteelPanther, as a parody band of 80s HairMetal and HeavyMetal, makes frequent (ab)use of this trope.
* Music/IcedEarth, especially their songs with Matt Barlow or Tim Owens. Here's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i758tgh7J48#t=0m44s Matt doing a type 1]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQeNvoX72PY#t=3m05s Tim doing a type 2.]] Both of them have since been replaced by Into Eternity's Stu Block, and if Into Eternity's material is any indication, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nQ4ZR-NI6A#t=0m57s they're not through with this.]]
* Ill Nino has used every type at least once, using type 1 and 3 most frequently.
* Music/{{Overkill}}'s new song, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouQdIR15l-0&feature=g-u-u&context=G2e783dcFUAAAAAAAAAA "Wish You Were Dead."]] About 20 seconds in. This is also used a lot throughout their discography.
* Music/DragonForce does this on occasion. Notable is the beginning of "Holding On".
* Music/DirEnGrey's Kyo has done [[ManOfAThousandVoices pretty much every form of singing in rock and metal]], but is very well-known for his [[ScreamsLikeALittleGirl soaring-high]] Type 3 screams, which many cover vocalists find nigh-impossible to replicate.
** There exists a compilation of all his[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ym_elEvTvC4 screams]] from the early releases up until ''UROBOROS''. The succeeding releases, ''DUM SPIRO SPERO'' and ''The Unraveling'' feature more intense screams.
* David Defeis of Music/VirginSteele is well renowned for all sorts of shrieks, especially earlier when his voice was much more raw-sounding. His high falsetto shrieks are powerfully resonant, but the biggest gut-buster he must have done comes from his midrange, at the climax of "The Spirit of Steele." That one must have hurt.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=QedvdIx8q-M#t=31s "Let Me Out"]] by Peter Tägtgren's main side project, Pain: 19 seconds of pure YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH.
** Tägtgren is a master of the metal scream and pulls them out frequently in his main band [[Music/{{Hypocrisy}} Hypocrisy]] (e.g. see [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jj57_YEZ6so a comment on "Fractured Millennium": "the best scream in death metal history!"]]) For further evidence, see this one 19 seconds into [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IE8hAOLy9vs#t=19s "Warpath"]] and the several screams in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ucq-t02EyOw "Tales Of Thy Spineless"]]. He also lets one of his best ones out at the end of Bloodbath's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwk-QecLr2w#t=192s "Soul Evisceration"]].
* Thanks to their almost defining vocals, technical thrash band Vektor have numerous examples that seem to be a mix of 3 and 4.
* Just after the 4-minute mark in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LD3baPUqa2E the second track, "Gekiai no Yobigoe ga Dekiai no Kyousei wo Kurau"]][[note]]劇愛の呼声が溺哀の叫声を喰らう (The tragic love’s call feeding on the blind love’s scream)[[/note]], of Imperial Circus Dead Decadence's second album, ''Kuruoshiku Saita Seisan na Mukuro wa Kanade, Itooshiku Saita Shoujo wa Seisen no Kotoba wo Utau.''[[note]]狂おしく咲いた凄惨な骸は奏で、愛おしく裂いた少女は聖餐の詞の謳う。 (The ghastly corpse madly bloomed plays while the girl lovely cleaved sings a sacrament.)[[/note]], the vocalist, Rib:y(uhki), holds a ''full-on shriek'' for nearly 10 whole seconds.
** He has a thing for Metal Screams; after 3 minutes into [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WadaVMa64g0 DEATHMARCH OF JIANGSHI'S PARADISEJACK]], there's a Type 3 scream held for around 8 seconds.
* Near the end of "A Nightmare to Remember" by Music/DreamTheater, there's a short section of growling from their former drummer Mike Portnoy, which is rounded off with a moderate growl/roar.
* Aaaaa-HA-ha-ha-ha! If you are 50 or so, you now already recognized TheSweet "Action". (BTW quoted, so to say, by German band "Die Ärzte" in "Schrei nach Liebe". A literal [[ShoutOut Shout Out]].)
** You can also file the intro of "Hell Raiser" and (to a less extent) "Ballroom Blitz" (just keeping to Greatest Hits).
* Brutal DeathMetal band Music/{{Skinless}} use a significant amount of type 3, sometimes to back their type 2's, sometimes on their own. Best exemplified on "The Optimist".
* Death Angel's Mark Osegueda is a master of this (Type 4, specifically) on their first album, The Ultra-Violence, where he was just 18. Examples include [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCz31INht6Y at 1:32 in "Evil Priest"]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7x0IwjXV2Q 1:34 here in "Voracious Souls"]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfd3c7iHuhg at 0:53, 0:56, 1:42, 1:58 and 2:00 in "Kill As One"]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7l4bEt5foo a particularly insane example at 1:31 in "Mistress of Pain"]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJxeOHRV61o at 2:36 in "Final Death"]], and then a ''huge'' final one at 5:20 in the same song, combined with a BigRockEnding. Some Type 1s are scattered throughout. This technique would be employed much more mildly and sparingly on their later releases.
* Music/{{Rammstein}} mostly avoids this - not surprising given that Till Lindemann, the lead singer, actually uses a very deep, melodic singing voice which metal screams would probably do a good job of straining. However, he does bust out the scream from time to time, most notably in Bückstabü and Wiener Blut.
* Jon Oliva does quite a few screams on the Music/{{Savatage}} Album Hall of the Mountain King, the most notable being from the title track.
* Music/RonnieJamesDio belts out an impressive type 4 for The Mob Rules during Heaven and Hell's live concert at Radio City Music Hall [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTxSNosJrDo at 0:12 in.]]
* Music/TheDillingerEscapePlan uses HarshVocals for most of their material, but "One of Us Is the Killer" limits the screaming to the repeats of "SURVIVE!" before the final choruses and the final line of the last chorus.
* Music/AliceInChains starts their second album, ''Dirt'', with one of these, and several more are present throughout the album (including a guest scream by Music/{{Slayer}}'s Tom Araya).
** The third track from ''Dirt'', "Rain When I Die", has some epic choruses.
** Their debut album ''Facelift'' - generally considered vocalist Staley's prime - is great with this; "Love, Hate, Love" (in the chorus and outro) is MADE of this trope, and "Confusion"'s pre-chorus has a great example.
* Geordie "Black Cat" begins with a scream.
* This isn't as common in female-fronted metal bands as in male-fronted bands, but there are certainly a fair share of examples. Arch Enemy and The Agonist have already been mentioned above; Astarte, Derkéta, Mythic, Darkestrah (until 2014), Gallhammer, and Music/{{Sigh}} (since 2010 as part of a VocalTagTeam) provide additional examples, and use this trope almost exclusively. [[LarynxDissonance Some of these probably wouldn't be discernible as female vocals if you didn't know what to listen for]]. Julie Christmas is also very good at this, although she doesn't use it exclusively. Liv Jagrell of Sister Sin has a scream-heavy singing style. In the ''Black Lotus'' album alone, nearly half the songs include at least one metal scream, typically either a type two or a type four, though sometimes she lets loose with a type one as well.
* Geoff Tate of Music/{{Queensryche}} used this in his prime.
** The EPIC opening scream to "Queen of the Reich" as well as the choruses. "It belongs, to queen of the REIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICH!"
** The opening bars of "Nightrider", followed by an EvilLaugh.
** The climactic high G from "Roads to Madness"
** "We are FUTUURRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRE!" from "Chemical Youth" (We Are Rebellion)
** Similar to Rush, most songs in the '80s get pretty close to screaming throughout. Apart from the aformentioned examples there's also "En Force", "Before The Storm", "London", "Gonna Get Close to You", "Revolution Calling", "Suite Sister Mary" and "Eyes of a Stranger".



[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* ''Anime/Macross7'': Basara does this, most notably when singing "Holy Lonely Night" and "Dynamite Explosion". His singing voice was provided by Yoshihiki Fukuyama, later of ''Music/JAMProject'' fame.
** The [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome crowning moment]] has to be when, after he gets his voice back through ThePowerOfRock, he immediately goes into type 4 and a beam of energy shoots out of the mouth of his [[TransformingMecha Fire Valkyrie]]. You can watch it [[https://youtu.be/eAc9X-F_j9U?t=4m17s here]].

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* ''Film/RepoTheGeneticOpera'': "And it's my job...to steal and rob...GRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVES!"
* ''Film/ThisIsSpinalTap'': "Tonight I'm Gonna Rock You Tonight" has a big scream near the end.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* The Infamous [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOAKLuAcOXA Gokey Screech]] from the latest season of ''Series/AmericanIdol''.
** He was trying to reproduce the competent Metal Scream from Aerosmith's version of "Dream On" (Slash told him that scream was ''very'' important). Steven Tyler pulled the scream off okay - hey, even Michael Johns did back in season 7. But Gokey didn't quite get it...
* Season 10 gives us James Durbin, who likes HeavyMetal, and can pull these off very well. Pretty much every song, in fact.

* In ''Pinball/MonsterBash'', one appears in both the song that plays during the "Monster Mosh Pit" sequence and Dracula's end-game MatchSequence (you'll know it when you hear it).

[[folder:Pro Wrestling]]
* Wrestling/MsChif, being a [[OurBansheesAreLouder banshee]] metal head.

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* In 3.5 ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', the Bard spells Shout and Greater Shout can be interpreted as this.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''VideoGame/BrutalLegend'' does it (along with every other HeavyMetal trope ever):
** When the Creator/DoubleFine Productions' logo appears on start-up, it is accompanied by a randomly selected Metal Scream by one of the guest stars of the game (yes, including Rob Halford).
** Notably, a Metal Scream DyingMomentOfAwesome created the Age of Metal. It's that kind of game.
** '''[[MemeticMutation DECAPITATIOOOOOOOOOOON!]]'''
* ''VideoGame/MetalGearRisingRevengeance'':
** '''RULES OF NATURE!!!''' ''[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome (throws Metal Gear RAY a thousand feet)]]''
** Given the nature of the game's soundtrack (it acquired the FanNickname ''Heavy Metal Gear Solid'' for a reason) and the habit of firing up the song lyrics at clutch moments, this is hardly the only example. "I'm My Own Master Now" and "The Stains of Time" are good examples. In fact, let's just run down the list, shall we?
** The Only Thing I Know For Real, Jetstream Sam's encounter theme:
** I'm My Own Master Now, Blade Wolf's battle theme and {{Leitmotif}}:
** A more subdued example with A Stranger I Remain, Mistral's theme:
-->''[[TitleDrop A stranger I remaaain!]]''
** You know The Stains of Time, Monsoon's theme, is a metal song when the ''opening lines'' are this trope:
** Surprisingly, no examples from Red Sun, Sundowner's theme, which is odd, considering what a LargeHam Sundowner is.
** Collective Consciousness, [[spoiler:Metal Gear EXCELSUS's]] battle theme:
-->'''LET YOUR COUNTRY [[PunctuatedForEmphasis CONTROL! YOUR! SOOOOOUUUL!]]'''
** It Has To Be This Way, [[spoiler:Senator Armstrong's]] battle theme:
-->'''But in the end, [[TitleDrop IT HAS TO BE THIS WAAAAY!]]'''
** The Hot Wind Blowing, Khamsin's theme from the Bladewolf DLC:
* Activating Sol's [[SuperPoweredEvilSide Dragon Install]] in ''[[VideoGame/GuiltyGear Guilty Gear Xrd]]'' overrides the current theme and replaces it with ''Ride the Fire'', which starts with '''LET IT OOOOOOOOOOOOUT!'''
* The title music of ''VideoGame/{{Quake}}'' features a highly distorted scream.
* Many of the eponymous punk band's music in ''VideoGame/{{CharlieMurder}}'' use it to start their songs, such as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxfflNxpZGk here]]. [[MakeMeWannaShout The lead singer also pulls one off to activate his magic with]].
* In ''VideoGame/KirbySuperStar'', Kirby has a [[TooAwesomeToUse temporary]] ability called the Music ability, which gives him [[ThePowerOfRock the power]] to let out three Metal Screams, each of which [[BrownNote destroys any regular enemy on the screen and chips away a lot of health from the bosses]].

[[folder:Web Animation]]
* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'': "And the Trogdor comes in the NIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGHT!"
-->"Screaming from the ''top'' of your lungs is for people with ''[[HairMetal blonde]]'' [[HairMetal hair]]. For DeathMetal, you want to scream from the ''bowels'' of your lungs. The bowels!"
* [[WebAnimation/WeeblAndBob Mr. Weebl]]'s ''[[http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/510931 Pixel Shrooms]]'' is about a band of fungi singing about how dangerous they are.
--> "Some of us are poisonous![softreturn]Some of us are dangerous![softreturn]Some of us will get you high![softreturn]Some of us will make you[softreturn]'''DIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE!!!'''[softreturn]We'll make you '''DIIIIIIIIIIIE!!'''"

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* ''Webcomic/DominicDeegan'' [[http://www.dominic-deegan.com/view.php?date=2011-10-26 shows]] it weaponized.
* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'': '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phT0h3RO8Ng MEEEEEEEEEOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWW]]'''

[[folder:Web Original]]
* Type 1 is parodied by this video: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A43JOxLa5MM "Death Metal Rooster"]]

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Seeing all the different music styles used for the song of the episode, it comes as no surprise that there's an example to be found in ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb''. Contrary to what one might expect, though, it's not Buford but Baljeet who in the episode "Gimnme a Grade" sings a punk song of the same title, deploring the fact that his summer camp "Introduction to Rock" not only doesn't teach about mineralogy -- there even isn't a greade afterwards, as everyone just passes.