These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: Type O Negative
Crowning Music of Awesome: Their album Bloody Kisses received much critical and listener acclaim as well as being the first record under Roadrunner Records to reach platinum status.
Ear Worm: "I Don't Wanna Be Me," "My Girlfriend's Girlfriend," "Black #1," and a few others.
"Funny Aneurysm" Moment: Their 2005 announcement that Peter Steele died. (He had actually been involuntarily committed to a psychiatric hospital.) Five years later, he did, and this time for real.
Related: the one album released between Pete's fake death and his real death? Dead Again.
On that same album was a song called "Halloween in Heaven," about all the dead musicians gathering together as a band. It even included the line: "If only I'd known how cool death is / I'd have killed myself sooner." Ouch...
The song "Everything Dies" is another one, though it was inevitably going to become one sooner or later.
Harsher in Hindsight / Hilarious in Hindsight: Considering how many of the band's songs are about death, including several songs in which Peter Steele predicts/anticipates his own death, much of the catalog carries an extra sting now that he's actually dead. (Particularly relevant example: "Two steps forward, three steps back. Without warning, heart attack.") On the other hand, this seems like exactly the kind of thing that would appeal to Steele's dark sense of humor, so it's a toss-up as to which trope this actually is.
Something which is definitely Harsher in Hindsight is the fact underneath the CD tray of World Coming Down, there is a view of the New York Skyline. Among which are the World Trade Centers. Considering the title of the album, and what would happen a few years later, the coincidence is very eerie. The various songs dealing with the fact that death is inevitable and can come out of nowhere does not help.
Misattributed Song: "Angel", a song by the extremely obscure German Gothic Metal band Tears of Passion, is sometimes mistaken for a Type O Negative song, due to the similarities in style. The sad thing is, the only reason anyone has ever heard of Tears of Passion is because of the confusion.
Mad Machinery's cover of Sarah McLachlan's "Possession" is frequently, and erroneously, labeled as a Type O- song. The overall style is similar, and the vocals sound almost identical.