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Converge Ranked

I've made my way through most of the Converge discography and this is how I'd rank them.
Jane Doe

An obvious choice right here, Jane Doe is the highlight of their careers and is one of the most emotional and devestating album I've ever heard. It still grows on me after each listen.
Petitioning the Empty Sky

The Saddest Day is my second favorite Converge song (behind Jane Doe) and the album never really lets up. Some of the riffs here have an almost slayer-esque quality to em that I love.
When Forever Comes Crashing (Remastered)

Pretty close to the 2 spot, I think it's one of their most consistently awesome albums.
Axe to Fall

I love the guest appearances and the overall more upbeat nature of this one, not to say it's happy but I think I read somebody say it sounds like their having fun and I totally agree.
No Heroes

After hearing Grim Heart/Black Rose I was fully prepared for this to be at least my 2nd favorite album by them, but I was dissapointed. The first few tracks fly by too quick for my liking and some of their later tracks fail to leave an impression. With that said this is still a solid effort.
You Fail Me

Not bad by any means but it failed to grab my full attention at any point whereas all their other releases had their moments. Still pretty good though.
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