Can you tell the difference between Star Trek episodes and heavy metal songs?

Try not to bang your head.

The original Star Trek was more metal than you think. 

Sure, it had bright colors and an optimistic outlook of the future, but the show's episode titles can sometimes read like a Metallica tracklist. 

To prove our point, we have mixed some classic episodes from Star Trek: The Original Series with metal songs by some of the biggest names in the genre. We could have made it really hard by just using Rush. But we think a Trekkie can sniff out the right answers.

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  1. Which of the following three titles is a Star Trek episode?
  2. Which of the following three titles is a Star Trek episode?
  3. Which of the following three titles is a Star Trek episode?
  4. Which of the following three titles is a Star Trek episode?
  5. Which of the following three titles is a Star Trek episode?
  6. Which of the following three titles is a Star Trek episode?
  7. Which of the following three titles is a Star Trek episode?
  8. Which of the following three titles is a Star Trek episode?
  9. Which of the following three titles is a Star Trek episode?
  10. Which of the following three titles is a Star Trek episode?
  11. Which of the following three titles is a Star Trek episode?

Can you tell the difference between Star Trek episodes and heavy metal songs?

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WILD 16 days ago
You got 11 out 11
See? The two have a lot in common. You have to admit Klingons kind of invented heavy metal — or at least the look.

I am a fan of both Star Trek and Metal (like Star Trek some episodes some Heavy Metal Bands/Songs are better than others). Operation: Mindcrime was an absolute 10/10 and is both a concept album and a rock opera. Queensrÿche former lead singer has a 4-Octave range (Julie Andrews also has a 4-Octave range). Killing Joke are not a Heavy Metal Band.

Iron Maiden - Up The Irons - Eddie's Comin' To Get Ya!



ChuckJohnson 16 days ago
How many bonus points do I get for naming all 11 BEFORE looking at the multiple choices?
Snickers 1 month ago
11 out of 11. Way to easy for a hardcore Star Trek Fan.
ndebrabant 30 months ago

You got 11 out 11
See? The two have a lot in common. You have to admit Klingons kind of invented heavy metal — or at least the look.
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