MTV2 Headbangers Ball

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MTV2 Headbangers Ball
Compilation album by Various
Released October 7, 2003
Genre Alternative metal, Nü metal, Heavy metal, Hard rock, Post-grunge, Metalcore, Progressive metal, Experimental metal, Industrial metal, Hardcore punk, Glam metal, Gothic metal, Industrial rock, Thrash metal, Doom metal, Groove metal, Alternative rock, avant-garde metal
Label Roadrunner
Various chronology
MTV2 Headbangers Ball
MTV2 Headbangers Ball, Vol. 2
(2004)MTV2 Headbangers Ball, Vol. 22004
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

MTV2 Headbangers Ball is a heavy metal compilation album released in conjunction with the MTV program, Headbanger's Ball. It is the first in a series of compilations and was released approximately five months after the program re-debuted on MTV2. The first disc consists largely of singles by mainstream bands while the second disc features lesser known groups of intense musical style. Nearly all the tracks had a music video which aired on Headbangers Ball in 2003.

Track listing[edit]

Disc 1
No. Title Artist Length
1. "Straight Out of Line" Godsmack  
2. "This Is Now" Hatebreed  
3. "Price to Play" Staind  
4. "Stupid Girl" Cold  
5. "Hexagram" Deftones  
6. "This Is the New Shit" Marilyn Manson  
7. "Separate" Sevendust  
8. "When It Cuts" Ill Niño  
9. "World So Cold" Mudvayne  
10. "Smothered" Spineshank  
11. "Destroy All" Static-X  
12. "Fixation on the Darkness" Killswitch Engage  
13. "Inhale" Stone Sour  
14. "Pride" SOiL  
15. "Safe Home" Anthrax  
16. "Raining Blood" (live) Slayer  
17. "Dead in Hollywood" Murderdolls  
18. "Destroyer of Senses" Shadows Fall  
19. "Sun Doesn't Rise" Mushroomhead  
20. "House of 1000 Corpses" Rob Zombie  
Disc 2
No. Title Artist Length
1. "Ruin" Lamb of God  
2. "We Will Rise" Arch Enemy  
3. "Cloud Connected" In Flames  
4. "Down Again" Chimaira  
5. "You Broke Like Glass" Eighteen Visions  
6. "Heaven's a Lie" Lacuna Coil  
7. "I Could Care Less" DevilDriver  
8. "Sworn Enemy" Sworn Enemy  
9. "At the End of August" 36 Crazyfists  
10. "Mannequin" Cradle of Filth  
11. "Infected" Demon Hunter  
12. "March of the Fire Ants" Mastodon  
13. "Down" Motograter  
14. "Mandibles" E.Town Concrete  
15. "Botchla" Poison the Well  
16. "Rejection Role" Soilwork  
17. "Endless" Unearth  
18. "Relentless" Strapping Young Lad  
19. "Forever" As I Lay Dying  
20. "Rational Gaze" Meshuggah  

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2003)[2] Peak
U.S. Billboard 200 34