Boris is a song by The Melvins on their 1991 album, Bullhead. Due to its extremely slow speeds and repetitive guitars it is often regarded as a doom metal song. The song is a fan favorite and appears on the Melvins retrospective album/book Neither Here nor There and the live album Alive at the F*cker Club. The Japanese doom/drone metal band Boris named themselves after this song. The Boris song "Vomitself" from their album Amplifier Worship has a similar but slower riff at the start of the song.
The song was covered by Isis and Agoraphobic Nosebleed on the 2005 tribute album We Reach: The Music of the Melvins.