Bully Boss? Here Are 10 Heavy Metal Songs For That Asshole

No.5 “Die Motherfucker Die” – Dope

Die Motherfucker Die by Dope on Grooveshark

Yup, I also included this on Yell! Magazine’s Heavy Metal War Songs list. And as much as it applies to international terrorists, dictators, and insurgents, it applies to bully bosses. If you hate someone, how can you not sing along to the chorus?

“Your so lame why don’t you
Just go
Die mother fucker die mother fucker die”

“You’re so full of shit man
Just go
Die mother fucker die mother fucker die”

No.4 “Back with a Vengeance” – DevilDriver

This one is more of an inspirational track that helped me take stock in my own self-worth. See, motherfucker, I’m still here and I’m kicking ass and taking names – starting with yours. I’d love to sic DevilDriver’s Dez on any bully boss. You wanna talk about intimidation.

“Don’t start thinking that you’ve got the best of me.
I’ve got some news for you, you ain’t seen the last of me, no!”

No.3 “In Ashes They Shall Reap” – Hatebreed

I discovered Hatebreed at one of my lower mental states. And thank God I did. I must have played this track 10 times a day or more. Yes, it’s another inspirational song, preaching about your endurance. This is what you really need when dealing with a bully boss, but you do need to go through the rage as well.

“Born to bleed, fighting to succeed.
Built to endure what this world throws at me.”

No.2 “We’re Not Gonna Take It” – Twisted Sister

I know what you’re thinking. “Seriously? Twisted Sister?” Yeah, dude. This song is all about standing up to oppressive authority. And the chorus below exemplifies how I felt toward my bully boss at the time. I also listened to “Stay Hunger” repeatedly at the time.

“Oh, you’re so condescending.
Your gall is never ending.
We don’t want nothin’, not a thing from you.
Your life is trite and jaded,
boring and confiscated.
If that’s your best, your best won’t do.”

No.1 “5 Minutes Alone” – Pantera

Oh, man. Which Pantera song to choose? “Walk”? “Fucking Hostile”? Nope, “5 Minutes Alone” wins the prize, not just because I would have traded my left nut for 5 minutes alone in a cage with my bully boss, but because the lyric “Can’t be what your idols are” never rang so true as when applied to him. Porfirio Rubirosa? Yeah, how misguided is that?

“You’ve waged a war of nerves,
But you can’t crush the kingdom.
Can’t be what your idols are. Can’t leave the scar.
You cry for compensation. I ask you please just give us…
5 minutes alone.”

Rock Hard \m/

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