Top 20 Metal Singer celebrities in Australia

Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Metal Singer celebrities [Updated November 30, 2022].

1. Winston McCall

Winston McCall net worth 2020
Winston McCall was born on September 6, 1981 in Australia.
He has been featured as a guest vocalist on songs by the bands The Warriors, You Me at Six, and In Hearts Wake.

Net Worth 2020: $1 Million

2. Ahren Stringer

Ahren Stringer net worth 2020
Ahren Stringer was born on June 5, 1986 in Australia.
He started out as the lead singer as well as rhythm guitarist for the band in 2003.

3. Jake Taylor

Jake Taylor net worth 2020
Jake Taylor was born on February 16, 1990 in Australia.

Vocalist of the Australian metalcore band In Hearts Wake. The band has released three charting albums: Divination, Earthwalker and Skydancer. 

In a documentary on the band's website for their project Skydancer, Taylor stated that they recorded both Skydancer and Earthwalker alongside each other as a sort of two-part album. 

4. Joel Birch

Joel Birch net worth 2020
Joel Birch was born on December 24, 1981 in Australia.
He was unable to perform in part of the band's 2013 tour due to being hospitalized.

5. CJ McMahon

CJ McMahon net worth 2020
CJ McMahon was born on July 3, 1983 in Australia.
He has been a part of other bands called Baraka and Evolvar.

6. Tim Yatras

Tim Yatras net worth 2020
Tim Yatras was born on July 5, 1984 in New South Wales, Australia.
In addition to his work in metal, he has composed songs for several J-pop and K-pop artists. 

7. JJ Peters

JJ Peters net worth 2020
JJ Peters was born on June 23, 1982 in Australia.
He started a side project called Grips & Tonic. He co-founded the clothing line One Love Apparel.

8. Brendan Van Ryn

Brendan Van Ryn was born on May 15, 1990 in Sydney, Australia.
He was the lyricist on Thy Art Is Murder's debut EP Infinite Death.

9. Martin Plaza

Martin Plaza was born on January 1, 1956 in Australia.
His cover of the Unit 4+2 song "Concrete and Clay" was a smash hit, reaching #2 on the Australian charts in 1986.