Curse.
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Last Active 06-01-14 3:50 am
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Curse's Top 20 Of 2012

Pretty self explantatory
1Lord Mantis
Pervertor


This album has been my number one since I first heard it about six months ago. A crushing, unrelenting blackened stoner metal classic that will rape you with riffs.
2Japandroids
Celebration Rock


Have fun or die
3The Menzingers
On The Impossible Past


The Menzingers have perfected their brand of nostalgia punx with their third album. Makes you feel feelings.
4High On Fire
De Vermis Mysteriis


Fuckin riffs.
5Converge
All We Love We Leave Behind


Converge release their best album since You Fail Me and the third best in their discog.
6Gaza
No Absolutes In Human Suffering


It sure was nice of Jesus to take time away from ignoring ethnic cleansing genocide and famine bloated children, or regrowing limbs for landmine victims to help you score that touchdown, to help you find your keys, to help you land that promotion.
7Dark Time Sunshine
ANX


DTS stared down the unbelievably high expectations that came after Vessel and released the best album of their young careers and the best hip-hop album of 2012
8Deftones
Koi No Yokan


Deftones take the best parts of SNW and Diamond Eyes and release an album that stands with the best of their storied discog
9Anberlin
Vital


Anberlin continues their natural growth while re-igniting some of the energy that drove their earlier albums.
10The Gaslight Anthem
Handwritten


Their punk roots now all but gone, TGA are now just an incredibly strong americana band.
11Propagandhi
Failed States


While not as immediate as Supporting Caste, Propagandhi show once again that they are a force.
12El-P
Cancer 4 Cure


El-P has done nothing but greatness his entire career and C4C is no different
13 Make Do and Mend
Everything You Every Loved


MDaM wear their HWM roots on their sleeve while taking a more straightforward rock approach to their sound.
14BATS
The Sleep Of Reason


BATS are one of a kind
15Swans
The Seer


A mammoth album from some old vets
16Every Time I Die
Ex Lives


The best and most aggressive album for these southern metalcore legends
17Aesop Rock
Skelethon


Aes has the most interesting beats of his career that finally fit with his unique delivery
18Rush
Clockwork Angels


Fuckin Rush
19Testament
Dark Roots Of Earth


Skolnick is unbelievable and Testament shows that the greatness of Formation of Damnation wasn't a fluke.
20Hot Water Music
Exister


HWM cap of their much anticipated reunion with a fantastic album that shows how each member has grown since disbanding.
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