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albums that i love that i've found since diving back into music that i rnotice get no love around rrhere.
1Buke and Gase
General Dome


album is funktastic. like if the xx did the white stripes. bass heavy fun.
2The Cherry Wave
Blush


for fans of 65daysofstatic and loud all the time loud post rock. incredible slices of shoegaze influence that combines to form my favorite instrumental piece in a while.
3Flatsound
Sleep


the sequel i've been waiting for to TDAGARIM. lush
4Cerce
Cerce


Angry female fronted skramz that hits hard and never lets up.
5Octaves
Greener Pastures


octaves rule and this release seals that fact in gold. unpredictable and outstanding from a band that has so much potential. for fans of old school post hardcore/metalcore
6Monolith
A Votive Offering


decent but certainly nothing to bring home for the mother. death metal with heavy hardcore influence but avoids sounding like the complete drivel that is deathcore.
7Civil Civic
Rules


electronic pop punk. i think. some good some bad, but mostly comprised of catchy tunes that leave a good taste in the mouth.
8 Clouds Collide
Until the Wind Stops Blowing


real mellow drone/bm that suits it's album name so well.
9The Caretaker
An Empty Bliss Beyond This World
10Left For Dead
Devoid of Everything
11Harbours/The Temptress
Harbours/The Temptress Split
12Jungbluth
Jungbluth


get this. deliciously heavy hardcore
13Downfall of Gaia
Suffocating In the Swarm of Cranes
14Men In Search of the Perfect Weapon
Men In Search of the Perfect Weapon
15Handwrist
All flesh is grass...


my favorite pm release in a very long time. a fresh take on a genre grasping for innovation.
16Vales
Clarity


my favorite song of 2012, "stallions", is on this and i just think it's great
17We Came Out Like Tigers
Agelessness and Lack


this had it's pass around the community but i think we can get more use out of this before it's too old.
18Vaura
Selenelion
19Ages
Sleep On It


i just really dig the album art
20Nerves
Nerves


a stunning piece of work. masterful play on experimental hardcore. melodic yet heavy.
21 Stillbust
Pile o'Knives


those brits and their crazy hardcore. fucking rules
22Into It. Over It.
Proper


nothing wrong with this.
23Hope Drone
Hope Drone


not really sure how to get people excited about this bm/pm fantasgasm. so good our limited vocab can't contain it.
24Safe To Say
Sick To Death


Moody pop punk.
25 Skinfather
Succession/Possession
26Back At Sea
Monochrome


tough to really put a description on. it's a fascinating blend of hard rock with emo and hardcore - the vocals take some work get used to.
27Turning Cold
A Reclamation From Within


decent nothing remarkable. the bass is given ample room to breathe which is seriously a glorified welcome to hardcore
28Loma Prieta
Last City


officially my fav by them
29Things Fall Apart
Things Fall Apart
30Happy Jawbone Family Band
Tastes the Broom
31Kids
Henley
32The Effort
Wartime Citizens


it's about time for some new material from them
33Free Yon
Off
34Coerce
Silver Tongued Life Licker
35Crucified
Coldest Winter; Darkest Reaches of the Mind
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