Top Ten Music Genres with the Best Intros

It is also interesting how there is no Best Song Intros list, just Best Rock Song Intros.

1
Thrash Metal

Thrash Metal is a Heavy Metal subgenre developed during the early 1980s and an early precursor of Extreme Metal. Thrash Metal features a faster and more aggressive guitar work than Traditional Metal with shredding and double-bass drums and can range from melodic singing to loud shouts. …read more.
Yes, the famous thrash riffs. Famous for a reason. – Metal_Treasure

2
Progressive Rock

Progressive rock is a broad genre of rock music that developed in the United Kingdom and United States throughout the mid to late 1960s.
Progressive rock is a genre where humanity can never run out of ideas. Together with jazz, you have the most possibilities to write songs. No wonder why is there no more boogie these days: there were so many regulations that nearly everything sounded the same. – Alkadikce

3
Jazz

Especially big band and dixieland. – Alkadikce

4
Symphonic Metal

5
Hard Rock

Hard Rock is a subgenre of rock music known for having heavier guitar riffs/solos. It originated around 1964-1965 with various Garage Rock bands.
The otherwise spam voted Top 10 Instantly Recognizable Song Intros list is full of hard rock songs. – Alkadikce

6
Experimental

Although for me, experimental isn’t a genre, it is anything that doesn’t want ot fit it any other genres. – Alkadikce

7
Ragtime

You can detect the genre in two seconds. Ragtime songs also make me think of Chaplin. – Alkadikce

8
Death Metal

I tried to listen to different death metal bands more times (didn’t succeed), I always loved the songs until the singing started. – Alkadikce

Haha, I perfectly understand this. I was like that but thankfully, not anymore so I can enjoy the entire songs. – Metal_Treasure

9
Electronic

10
Traditional Heavy Metal

Very good intros. One of my favorites is The Trooper by Iron Maiden. – Metal_Treasure

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