|UserSoundoffs 25Album Ratings 2222Objectivity 69%Last Active 12-17-11 3:23 pmJoined 05-12-09Forum Posts 4Review Comments 1,534
Just my favourite ten albums right now...no real order, rec me some stuff which is similar to any of these =)
Not as good as Vheissu or TAITA, but still an amazing album, and such a grower. Loving it more with each listen.
|2||Poison the Well|
The Tropic Rot
The first PtW album i've actually bought/really liked, and it's so good. Really solid modern post-hardcore.
|3||Poison the Well|
You Come Before You
Got this after liking the above, and I can't believe I never listened to this before. Destroys the Tropic Rot IMO, and pretty much any other Post-Hardcore album out there as well.
...In Shallow Seas We Sail
Really fun to listen to. The angsty lyrics leave something to be desired sometimes, but cracking musicianship and gets stuck in your head.
Exile In Oblivion
Who says punk is dead? Only heard these guys the other day, as heard they're similar to Strike Anywhere and Rise Against. So glad I did, only got this one so far and loving it. What next?
|6||Maylene and the Sons of Disaster|
Catchy, heavy, with an sweeet southern rock swagger. Great music for driving/partying/anything really.
Your Favourite Weapon
Working my way through the back catalogue in anticipation of Daisy, and i'd forgotten how sick this album really is. Love it.
UK Metal band that come from near where I live, this is their first full length and it's great, everyone should check them out.
A Song to Ruin
This got re-released with some bonus tracks the other day, and everyone should get hold of it. A phenomonal blend of post-hardcore, pop-punk and metal.
Love Fightstar, and this album is another step up. Love the strings that have been added to some songs, and the lyrics are really good this time around as well.
|You come before you is good, and I'm getting the tropic rot soon as well.|
I'm interested in that Fightstar album too
|7 is underrated, nice choice.|
I'd have to say go with some
Park- It Won't Snow Where You're Going
to add to the pop-punk. seriously, two of the best in the genre.
I've seen Park's name pop up before, so I think checking them out is definitely in order...
|4 is sweet|