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25 Awesome Closers

25 closers that rock or are just amazing
1Rush
Hemispheres


La Villa Strangiato - need I say more?
2Emperor
In The Nightside Eclipse


INNO A SATANNNNAAAA - the way Ihsahn wails out that line from the depths of his being sends shivers down my spine
3Bathory
Blood Fire Death


BLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD FIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRE DEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATH
4Tool
Aenima


PRYING OPEN MY THIRD EYE. this track is simply monstrous, and the climactic and explosive ending gets me every time.
5maudlin of the Well
Bath


Geography - as beautiful and haunting as it is catchy, this song always staples itself to my brain and remains there for many hours after listening.
6Modest Mouse
The Lonesome Crowded West


Styrofoam Boots - those lyrics, that rough but youthful voice, that groove and amazing drum work - this is a perfect closer to a perfect album.
7My Bloody Valentine
Loveless


Soon - Groovy.
8Streetlight Manifesto
Everything Goes Numb


The Big Sleep - the big feels
9Flipper
Album: Generic Flipper


WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA a cacophonous climax of chaotic calamity. also, the saxophone is pretty groove
10GZA
Liquid Swords


B.I.B.L.E. - While I have heard from a few reputable sources that this track is actually a mere bonus track, I couldn't imagine listening to this album without it: it's like an ending credits, something for you to sit and absorb while reminiscing upon the journey you've just taken. Perfect.
11Bomb the Music Industry!
To Leave or Die in Long Island


And if I wasn't a fat kid in high school, I would have never listened to punk rock. And if I knew how to throw a football, I would have never played any music. And if never got my heart broken, I would sing, "Blah blah fucking nothing." And if you didn't fuck my ex-girlfriend, I would still owe you three thousand dollars. And if I never lived in that van there I wouldn't have met Chris or Steve, Alex, James, or Middagh. And if I never worked in a basement I would have never quit my job. And if I had a big emo band or dropped out of college, I would have never met you, man.
12Red Hot Chili Peppers
Blood Sugar Sex Magik


Sir Psycho Sexy, that is me. One of the best jams of a life time, Froosh really shines during the outro to this one. just call him the white Hendrix.
13The Olivia Tremor Control
Black Foliage: Animation Music Volume 1


Hilltop Procession, Momentum Gaining - ever since the passing of Bill Doss, this song has been kind of bittersweet for me. It feels like his last goodbye, despite being written over a decade before his death. The way the vocal harmonies slowly fade off into the distance, it's almost like a wave goodbye, like you know he's leaving but will always be there with you in spirit. Bye, Bill. RIP.
14Converge
Jane Doe


yadda yadda yadda, best album ever
15Nine Inch Nails
The Downward Spiral


Hurt - the aural recording of a broken man, Hurt is what we all feel when we're at our lowest. The ending of this track is simply heart-wrenching.
16Boards of Canada
Music has the Right to Children


One Very Important Thought- A short, simple and sweet little track, but still very powerful. That audio sample gives me goosebumps every time. "Defend your constitutionally protected rights. No one else will do it for you". How inspiring.
17Wu-tang Clan
Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)


yea good mornin' to all you mothafuckin naughty headed niggaz
18Death
Individual Thought Patterns


The Philosopher - a strong contender for Death's best song (one of many), this song is as epic and prideful as it is thought-provoking and brutal. The perfect convergence of the later and early era Death sounds, I reckon.
19Catch 22
Keasbey Nights


1234 1234 - an inspiring anthem to late teens and twenty-something's everywhere, this track has the perfect lyrics for every existential crisis you're gonna face.
20Radiohead
In Rainbows


Videotape - If Jigsaw is the soundtrack to death, than surely Videotape will play at the pearly gates.
21King Crimson
Red


Starless annnnnnnnd BIBLE BLAAAAAAAAAACK
22Off Minor
The Heat Death of the Universe


Off Minor - after the chaos, angst and depression of everything before, this track comes in just as you're holding the noose to put a smile on your face and make you remember life's okay.
23Darkthrone
Under a Funeral Moon


Crossing the Triangle of Flame - Here's a track that really lives up to its name- The chord progression in this song alone is nihilistic and evil, and when things start to slow down and the bell is tolled, you can feel Lucifer in your ice cold veins.
24Discharge
Hear Nothing See Nothing Say Nothing


Free Speech for the Dumb: This one gives hope to dumb people everywhere, myself included.
25Camel
Mirage


Lady Fantasy - I don't really know what to say other than that this is a perfect song that everyone can relate to.
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