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Favorite Sumerian Record Label albums.
|1||After the Burial|
Incredible. The only band worthy of being called "Meshuggah-inspired." Yet they craft a sound completely
unique in today's metal world. Crushing.
See: all my other lists.
|3||Veil of Maya|
The Common Man's Collapse
This exemplifies the Sumerian-core sound: progressive deathcore with technical flourishes. Strong "djenty"
flavor, with a ton of fun thrown in.
|4||Upon a Burning Body|
The World is Ours
Hahah this album is awesome: this is bro-metal. Oversized machismo from Texas meets Al Pacino and forms an
incredibly enjoyable and well-textured album.
Stand Up and Scream
Just kidding. These guys are toolbags who are a disgrace to Sumerian Records, let alone metal, LET ALONE music in
Honorable mentions: Born of Osiris (The New Reign), Circle of Contempt (Artifacts in Motion), Conducting from the
Grave (When Legends Become Dust).
|After the Burial over Conducting From the Grave? Questionable.|
|oh god, here we go.|
|I died a little on the inside when I saw 5, then read the description and felt much better|
|Please, please, PLEASE don't make any lists anymore like this. I'm begging you, along with what I'm predicting to be 99.9% of the site. Thank you|
|I want to end your life|
|Just kidding. These guys are toolbags who are a disgrace to Sumerian Records, let alone metal, LET ALONE music in general. |
Great way to sum up your entire list.
|Conducting From the Grave|
|1, 2, and Born of Osiris are my favourites.|
|your list will not get you laid|
|Haven't heard most of this, but given the quality of 2 and 3, it sounds like this label should just give up. |
|ok yeah we get it guys... deathcore sucks. Stfu for a minute. 1 and 2 are not THAT BAD.|
4 and 5 (yes i read the description) though... *vomits