|Favorite Industrial Albums|
Industrial music may be my favorite genre of music even though there's only a few Industrial bands I dig. My favorite Industrial albums, right here.
|1||Nine Inch Nails|
The Downward Spiral was formerly my favorite album of all time, but The Fragile has passed it. The album is truly awe-inspiring, amazing work with the soundscapes, vocal arrangements, and wild tempos.
|2||Nine Inch Nails|
The Downward Spiral
Even though The Fragile's better, The Downward Spiral is still a classic, influential epic. Closest to true industrial, the album shocked rock fans everywhere with its heavy, uplifiting beats and dark, suicidal lyrics.
Even though this was Ministry's mainstream album, the album was still hard-edged, rough, and loud. The album felt a lot like Nine Inch Nails' The Downward Spiral while keeping closer to traditional industrial than Nine Inch Nails.
The Greater Wrong Of The Right
Skinny Puppy's traditional dancefloor-like industrial beats and themes were back with Skinny Puppy's best pre-breakup album.
|5||Nine Inch Nails|
The album is heavily electronic, story-driven, and a heavily storyline led concept album that is Nine Inch Nails' best release in years. The electronic beats mixed with the industrial sound and feel of songs like The Great Destroyer makes this album an instant classic.
Before this, Filter was a prototypical mainstream band with a little industrial twinge. Filter took to their harder, industrial roots with The Amalgamut and made one of my favorite mainstream industrial albums.
The Golden Age of Grotesque
Marilyn Manson's music was always a bit light-hearted, poppy shock rock before this album, easily his most industrial, aggressive, and metal release to date.
The Land of Rape and Honey
Ministry started their heavy industrial metal with this album, their hardest, most industrial release to date.
This album was Fear Factory at the peak of their hard edged industrial roots, before they went a bit more mainstream.
|10||Nine Inch Nails|
By now if you haven't noticed, I'm a huge Nine Inch Nails fan. I love With Teeth, and find it their most underrated record and better than most of the stuff released nowadays. It wasn't a disappointment, it was just a sad case of an album not being able to live up to impossible expectations.