Why test a system with something that's alien to you, and which you won't normally listen to?
Take your familiar stuff, the stuff you play every day or every week. Find the system that performs best with what you know and like. You want to enjoy your system, not observe its performance in a detached manner.
However, in the screaming guitars and deep bass vein, I heartily recommend Dream Theater's Train of Thought. Track 4, "Honor thy Father".
sorry didn't explain myself very well,i have recently got some new speaker cable (much better stuff ) & added a dacmagic plus & now looking for a couple of tracks that will show off the improvements if indeed they improvements
my system is mission 775sm turntable zeta arm & AT5
cyrus cd 6 & cyrus interconnects dacmagic plus audiolab 8000c chord chameleon interconnects denon 4400 monoblocks kimber 8 to a pair of neat motive one speakers
On another forum, someone recommended something by Amon Tobin as a test disc, suggesting it would "work out every nook and cranny of your speakers" - which sounds like a good recommendation, so I went looking on YouTube for his work.
Almost random electronic noise. Barely discernible rhythmic structure. No vocals that I could find.
Won't be using it to test my system. Again, to the OP, use the music you like and want to listen to. Nothing else matters.