Crysis
Kyle Ward
Emeritus

Reviews 195
Approval 96%

Soundoffs 30
News Articles 39
Band Edits + Tags 33
Album Edits 279

Album Ratings 1564
Objectivity 87%

Last Active 12-05-16 6:40 pm
Joined 11-26-06

Forum Posts 533
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 Lists
11.26.16 10 Years on Sputnik 07.17.12 Steam Summer Sale
12.09.11 Crysis' Top m/ Of 20//07.31.11 Computer Is Wrecked
05.29.11 The Witch King's Call12.17.10 Crysis' 2010
11.26.10 4 Years Of Bad Opinions And Shitty Meme11.22.10 Blind Guardian Setlist
10.26.10 Best Of Agalloch09.14.10 Usbm
05.17.10 Dark Tranquillity Setlist11.18.09 Black Metal Not From Scandinavia
11.06.09 Crysis' Top Of 200910.25.09 Crysis' Vinyl Collection
09.29.09 Forest Of October09.10.09 Metalheads Are Unoriginal
08.18.09 Digs08.02.09 What I Found...
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Albums Which Surprised Me

Sometimes you really don't expect some CD's to be as good as they turn out.
1Dissection
Reinkaos


All I heard about this album is how Dissection changed so much, how their sound sucked now and how much of a mediocre album this was. Wrong. This is an amazing Melodic Death album, with sweet riffs and solos galore. I love this album.
2Dark Tranquillity
The Gallery


I bought this album as an afterthought, I didn't go to the CD store intending to buy this, but it turns out that "The Gallery" is my favorite Dark Tranquillity album of all time. A classic Melodic Death album.
3Agalloch
Pale Folklore


I bought all the Agalloch albums in reverse order of when they were released. "Ashes Against The Grain" and "The Mantle" were really good, but a little bit too dragging and boring for my liking. "Pale Folklore" shows Agalloch's ability to execute a flawless combination of Black Metal and Folk Metal, creating one of the most atmospheric albums I've ever heard.
4Mirrorthrone
Carriers Of Dust


Ummmm.... who had ever heard of Mirrorthrone before this album was released? I know I didn't, and the epic metal onslaught showcased on this album goes untouched in terms of its pure genius by anything I've heard from other Metal bands.
5Swallow The Sun
The Morning Never Came


Doom Metal is a strange genre indeed. I had never been exposed to this type of metal before I heard Swallow The Sun's brilliant debut "The Morning Never Came". Crushing riffs and vocals strung out over very long tracks make a suffocating environment which I absolutely love.
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