King Duncan: Betrayed by Avenged Sevenfold
I think that the song Betrayed would be an appropriate theme song for King Duncan for a few different reasons. First off, as it says in the title of the song he betrayed by Macbeth. The song itself is written about a guitarist of a very popular band from the 80s and 90s called Pantera, who was shot and killed while on stage by one of his fans. Fans to rock and roll bands are like their loyal subjects and this fan betrayed him by killing him which is why this song fits the bill for King Duncan as one of his loyal subjects murdered him.
Thane of Cawdor: Mexico by Incubus
I think that the song Mexico would be an appropriate theme song for the Thane of Cawdor because the song is about someone who deserted and was a traitor to his friend when he was in need which is the situation in the play as the Thane of Cawdor deserted Scotland when they were in desperate times in the battle and things were looking down. He was a traitor and like the chorus of the song says “You only think about yourself” as he left his country when they needed him to save himself, which backfired in the end.
The Witches : Mr. Crowley by Ozzy Osbourne
The song Mr. Crowley would be a good theme song for the Witches because the song is about a man who is evil and knows things that normal humans don't which describes the witches perfectly. In the song it says “You fooled all the people with magic...” which would in the play refer to them fooling Macbeth into thinking he actually deserved to be king and fooling him that he could no longer be harmed, but there was also an unseen catch to it which is how they fooled him.
Macbeth: Getting Away With Murder by Papa Roach
The song Getting Away With Murder is a great theme song for Macbeth because at the start of the song he is weighing out the pros and cons to see if it is a good idea to commit the murder in which he is thinking of committing which is exactly what...
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