|UserAlbum Ratings 266Objectivity 65%Last Active 04-06-10 9:52 pmJoined 09-06-09Forum Posts 0Review Comments 78
Well, I've been lurking here for a while... finally decided to join up. I just got back from seeing Between the Buried and Me in a small, personal venue, which was too awesome to describe. Anyway, for my first list.. here's some recent digs.
|1||Between the Buried and Me|
Go ahead and call me a fanboy. I really don't care because this band (and album) introduced me to a whole new world of progressive music.
Petitioning the Empty Sky
I love Converge, and while this isn't Jane Doe, it does pump me up and provides a very enjoyable listening experience for me.
|3||maudlin of the Well|
This is one of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring albums I have listened to in a long time. 'Nuff said.
|4||Scale the Summit|
Carving Desert Canyons
Amazing instrumental progressive rock/metal.
|5||Edge of Sanity|
I tend to love longer songs, so naturally this clicked with me. So much epicness and great musicianship to be heard.
|best profile picture ever. oh my god I laughed hard at that|
|Haha yeah I laughed pretty hard when I saw it too. I knew I had to use it.|
|obviously you've been lurking around. welcome to the site, my friend with good taste.|
|Thanks. Tbh, I did get a lot of my taste from this site.|
|welcome to sputnik bro...|
|Epic first list.|
|Haha thanks guys. I was so close to only listing 1 because that's really all I've been listening to lately. I know some overrate it, but it's simply a great album front to back. Oh, and Dan Briggs is a great bassist.|
|Dan Briggs is a godly bassist. Colors is amazing. Still like Alaska more, though, tbh.|
|Yeah Alaska has great individual songs. I just love the flow of Colors. It's like the epicness of Selkies, except there's a lot of it. |
|I like you for 5|
You need to hear Year of No Light's Nord.