Gym Playlist - Toss Me Some Suggestions

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  • KY_Angler
    KY_Angler Posts: 61 Member
    hesn92 wrote: »
    My current playlist... it's pretty random but it includes:
    rage against the machine (this is probably the best for working out IMO)
    korn
    jack white (plus the raconteurs) - only some of his songs though.
    System of a down
    coheed and cambria
    eminem
    missy elliot (older stuff)
    frank ferdinand
    modest mouse
    some marilyn manson

    songs that get me in a good mood:
    blue monday
    the man (by the killers)
    Hung up (Madonna)
    only human (jonas brothers)
    Situation by yazoo lol

    Pretty.. random...

    That's a great playlist! "Killing in the Name Of" is by far my favorite Rage song to workout to.
  • GaryRuns
    GaryRuns Posts: 492 Member
    My playlist is so random:
    • Wait - The Commonheart
    • Hey Lightskin - LightSkinKeisha
    • What's up Danger - Blackway & Black Caviar
    • Sicko Mode - Travis Scott
    • 7 Rings - Arianna Grande
    • Sober - Tool
    • Bulls on Parade - Rage
    • Wow - Post Malone
  • Jruzer
    Jruzer Posts: 3,501 Member
    KY_Angler wrote: »
    My current gym mix consists of Tool, RATM, Slipknot, Ghost B.C., Pantera, Metallica, Deftones and such. I need to add a few more bands/songs so I’d appreciate any and all suggestions to beef it up! :)

    I'm not sure what's included in "and such".

    How about:
    Primus
    Death
    Dream Theater (I'm a huge fan, but will admit they're not for everyone)
    Meshuggah
    Gojira


    Also, allow me to point you and everyone else toward this gem: the Music Map. Type in a band, and it will display a map of similar artists that you may enjoy.

  • djwinch
    djwinch Posts: 33 Member
    I'll chuck in some of my favourite band, not quite the same genres as you've got but there may be some you like. They're quite upbeat so I find them decent for a workout too.

    The Prodigy
    Songs: Omen, Invaders Must Die, No Good (Start The Dance), Warrior's Dance, Diesel Power, Take Me To The Hospital, Smack My *kitten* Up

  • Spencerport
    Spencerport Posts: 270 Member
    The Doom 2016 video game soundtrack is great, thunderous music!
  • KY_Angler
    KY_Angler Posts: 61 Member
    The Doom 2016 video game soundtrack is great, thunderous music!

    I just started listing to this and I freaking love it. Thanks for the suggestion!
  • brittanystebbins95
    brittanystebbins95 Posts: 559 Member
    edited February 2020
    I listen to that type of music sometimes. My playlist is kind of all over the place, lol. Seriously, it'll go from heavy metal to Bach to indie and then to pop and 90's rock.

    Some other artists that fit that genre (at least to me they do):
    Amon Amarth
    Sabaton
    Grand Magus
    Avatar
    At the Gates
    Arch Enemy
    Powerwolf
    Hammerfall
    Kreator
    Hulkoff

    A lot of them are German or Swedish. But most are in English. Even those that are not, I personally enjoy listening to.
  • KY_Angler
    KY_Angler Posts: 61 Member
    I listen to that type of music sometimes. My playlist is kind of all over the place, lol. Seriously, it'll go from heavy metal to Bach to indie and then to pop and 90's rock.

    Some other artists that fit that genre (at least to me they do):
    Amon Amarth
    Sabaton
    Grand Magus
    Avatar
    At the Gates
    Arch Enemy
    Powerwolf
    Hammerfall
    Kreator
    Hulkoff

    A lot of them are German or Swedish. But most are in English. Even those that are not, I personally enjoy listening to.

    I’ve heard of a few of those but not listened to any of them. I’ll definitely check them out though!

  • sammidelvecchio
    sammidelvecchio Posts: 791 Member
    Do you have amazon music? If you search "workout music" a bunch of playlists will come up. I always check those out and then add what I like to "my music"

    Also, Britney Spears. Work B*tch is a workout bop!
  • mcemino2
    mcemino2 Posts: 427 Member
    edited February 2020
    Black Sabbath/Ozzie, Korn, Linkin Park, Motley Crue, Poison, Kiss, Guns n Roses, Rage Against the Machine, ACDC, Van Halen, Joan Jett, Skid Row, Def Leppard, Judas Priest.
    Other 80's or hard rock, metal.
  • abaxter02
    abaxter02 Posts: 23 Member
    System of a Down, Gojira and Metallica! When the mood strikes and not feeling metal, N.W.A. and Notorious BIG lol
  • KY_Angler
    KY_Angler Posts: 61 Member
    I listen to that type of music sometimes. My playlist is kind of all over the place, lol. Seriously, it'll go from heavy metal to Bach to indie and then to pop and 90's rock.

    Some other artists that fit that genre (at least to me they do):
    Amon Amarth
    Sabaton
    Grand Magus
    Avatar
    At the Gates
    Arch Enemy
    Powerwolf
    Hammerfall
    Kreator
    Hulkoff

    A lot of them are German or Swedish. But most are in English. Even those that are not, I personally enjoy listening to.

    I haven't gotten thru all of these but I LOVE Amon Amarth already!
  • KY_Angler
    KY_Angler Posts: 61 Member
    mcemino2 wrote: »
    Black Sabbath/Ozzie, Korn, Linkin Park, Motley Crue, Poison, Kiss, Guns n Roses, Rage Against the Machine, ACDC, Van Halen, Joan Jett, Skid Row, Def Leppard, Judas Priest.
    Other 80's or hard rock, metal.

    Great suggestions!
  • KY_Angler
    KY_Angler Posts: 61 Member
    abaxter02 wrote: »
    System of a Down, Gojira and Metallica! When the mood strikes and not feeling metal, N.W.A. and Notorious BIG lol

    I freaking love Gojira!
  • Tallawah_
    Tallawah_ Posts: 2,418 Member
    If you're up for something different try some dubstep! I recommend 'Being Human' Skrux ft Mona Moua, 'Castle Walls' T.I. ft Christina Aguilera or 'In for the Kill' La Roux(Skream Remix). Get some good earphones that can handle bass and don't forget to 'wait for the drop'! :wink:
  • riffraff2112
    riffraff2112 Posts: 1,757 Member
    some hidden Canadian heavy hitting rock that you may not know..Billy Talent, Sloan, the Trews, glorious sons, danko jones
  • karahm78
    karahm78 Posts: 491 Member
    In addition to many listed above, Limp Bizkit and Beastie Boys