Bought this pedal because of it's characteristics of being a clone of the Boss Heavy Metal pedal and it's "Swedish Death Metal" sound. It stands up to it's job and the quality/price equation is quite positive.
Get the Swedish Death Metal sound for an affordable price
Anyone who likes the thick chainsaw guitar sound that a lot of Swedish Death Metal bands used in the early 90's won't be disappointed by this pedal. For a pedal that's so affordable, it's quite impressive that it comes so close to reproducing one of the heaviest guitar sounds of all time.
The Behringer HM300 may be used as a regular distortion pedal, but it really starts to shine when you turn all knobs to 10 and let the madness (and riffing) begin. Although the casing is made from plastic, it withstands rough handling but obviously you should not stomp too hard on it. The pink color is not that pretty, but it makes it distinguishable from other heavy distortion pedals. Don't judge the book by it's cover - the HM300 have nothing to be ashamed of when it comes to how it sounds.
If you're looking for a heavy, distorted and thick guitar sound for a low price, you should definitely take a look at this one.