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Q1 2013

2013 releases I've picked up. Also finally picked up Swan's The Seer. Missing: Boris, Intronaut, Kvelertak, Wavves, & I'm sure some others.
1Ancient VVisdom
Deathlike


So gloomy & brooding. Very early 90s.
2Batillus
Concrete Sustain


Like Fear Factory doing doom. AOTY?
3The Bronx
The Bronx (IV)


It's business as usual, but the hooks are especially catchy. Really fun.
4Clutch
Earth Rocker


Is this still considered a comeback record even though their last couple records were exceptional?
5Foxygen
We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors...


Diverse and interesting pop. Love it.
6Inter Arma
Sky Burial


This is how to play off your influences.
7KEN Mode
Entrench


These guys know how to write good songs. Vicious ones at that.
8The Men
New Moon


Wasn't sold after the first listen, but after the second I was hooked.
9Morality Crisis
Boats


Heavier and weirder than anything they've done.
10Portal
Vexovoid


This is the sonic equivalent of getting hit by a tidal wave. The vocals are pretty unremarkable, though.
11Romero
Take the Potion


Wholly and totally well-rounded stoner metal. These guys do it all, and do it all very well.
12Tomahawk
Oddfellows


So glad this wasn't Anonymous pt. 2.
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