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My Fave Songs Right Now

My top ten songs at the moment.
1Between the Buried and Me
Mordecai

This song is, simply put, "eargasmic." It has such emotion, passion, and anger flowing through it, and the solo/melodic section towards the end is breathtaking.
2Isis
So Did We

The single most epic song I have ever heard in my life; it's basically one giant build up for the build up of an epic build up.
3Agalloch
Falling Snow

Yet another epic song, and I've just recently discovered this band yesterday. But make no mistake, I've listened to this song at least twenty times by now.
4Bloodbath
Funeral Furnace

Modern old school death metal... but wait, whats that at the ending section of the song? An atmospheric slightly melodical interlude? Thats right people, there is one.
5Between the Buried and Me
Lost Perfection

From the southern rock breakdown towards the end of part one to the ear-piercing high pitched scream halfway through the second part, this song has it all.
6Becoming the Archetype
Elegy: Deception/Lament/Triumph

Yet another ridiculously epic song, including a slowly-building piano interlude to a headbangable riff beforehand.
7The Epigone

This song's breakdown is metalcore's best to offer, and it goes on for a solid minute and a half, pounding your face to the curb and stomping your skull into the pavement.
8Atheist
Green

This song's solo is one of the best in the death metal genre, that is all.
9Underoath
A Fault Line, A Fault of Mine

Another amazing breakdown with some of the most memoriable and catchy lyrics ever, "I stare at the wall/watching my time float away/It's all been a part/And nothing will change." I mean come on...
10Sikth
Bland Street Bloom

God this is so mathy and technical, and yet it flows so damn well, with awesome dual vocals. This song is great.
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