10. Napalm Death
Napalm Death is a band grindcore / death metal's most enduring, they are from Birmingham, England. At first the band was formed in the village of Meriden near Birmingham, England in 1981  by Nicholas Bullen and Miles Ratledge, with the name of the band early Civil Defence. New bands that influenced them such as: Catherdal, Carcass
Death is death metal bands America's most influential, was founded by vocalist as well as guitarist Chuck Schuldiner. In 2001, the band broke up because of the death of Schuldiner.
They are recognized as one of the most influential groups in death metal genre. Band's debut album "Scream Bloody Gore" is considered as the pattern of the genre, described by critics as "the first prototype Documents death metal." Schuldiner Only one of the first people who left in the band from beginning to end. The music biographer has granted Schuldiner as the "father of death metal."
Slayer is a thrash metal band the United States, formed in 1982 by Jeff Hanneman and Kerry King in Huntington Park, California. This group has spawned 10 studio albums, 2 live albums, and a boxed set. They became famous in the 1980s, especially after their album Reign in Blood (1986). Along with Metallica, Anthrax, and Megadeth they are 4 great thrash metal band.
Manowar is a power metal band which their lyrics are often filled with fantasy and how to become a fighter. If didenger-heard, have in common such as similar bands after them: Hammerfall, DragonForce.
6. CELTIC FROST
Celtic Frost is a pioneer gothic metal band the most influence. In contrast to the progressive metal in which the experiment is done mainly in the complex rhythms and song structures and maintain the traditional instruments, they use sounds unusual.
5. MOTOR HEAD
Motörhead is a heavy metal music group founded in 1975 in London, United Kingdom by bassist Lemmy Kilmister. They have achieved success and influenced many other musical groups. They are also regarded as one of the bands in the New Wave of British Heavy Metal Thrash Metal et.
Metallica was first established in Los Angeles - the United States under the name The Young of Metal Attack. A few months later the group changed its name to Metallica who allegedly is a combination of Metal and Vodca said. Metallica The name itself is actually the name proposed for a music magazine that was stolen by Lars Ulrich before the magazine got the name. Cliff Burton (bassist) died in a bus accident 09/27/1986, replaced by James Newsted, the bassist of the group Floatsam and Jetsam.
3. IRON MAIDEN
Iron Maiden is heavy metal music group founded in 1975 in London, United Kingdom by bassist Steve Harris. They have achieved success and influenced many other musical groups. Bruce Dickinson vocals are very strong actually strengthen the band. Lyrics of their songs catchy and memorable.Mereka also regarded as one of the bands in the New Wave of British Heavy Metal. New bands that inspired many of them like: Bullet for My Valentine, Chilrdren of Bodom
2. JUDAS PRIEST
Judas Priest is one of the most influential heavy metal music. The band was founded in 1969 in Birmingham, England by KK Downing and Ian Hill. Their classic formation including vocalist Rob Halford, guitarists KK Downing and Glenn Tipton, and bassist Ian Hill. Painkiller their song, You've got another thing comin ', and Breaking the Law is very classic and cool. One of the best metal band of all time sport.
1. BLACK SABBATH
Black Sabbath is a music group from England who is considered as one of the founders of the flow of the first heavy metal music. Founded by Ozzy Osbourne (vocals), Tony Iommi (guitar), Geezer Butler (bass) and Bill Ward (drums), they have experienced so much change of personnel so that at one time only Iommi remained from the initial formation. Black Sabbath also has several times held a reunion with ex-members, either on stage or in studio recordings. Currently, their status is a vacuum, with each member concentrating on a solo career.