|Haven't Been Around For Awhile|
title says it all, list is a bunch of songs/albums/bands that are excellent and that you should like too
An excellent album with excellent songs by an excellent band. If you get any sort of boner for hardcore, this is a MUST. Listen to "Power Chord Blues," "Half Brother, All Cop," and "We Have More Sense Than Lies"
|2||The Dillinger Escape Plan|
Brilliant technicality without ever getting stale. Assuming you've heard this, so play "Sugar Coated Sour" and "43% Burnt" for me.
|3||A Wilhelm Scream|
Essential shredtastic punk. Listen to "The Horse" and "We Built This City! (On Debts and Booze)"
Cold and Distant, Not Loving
Unfortunately they broke up, but you can still listen to "Little Mountains We Move" and thank me
A glorious breath of fresh air. "The First Supper" and "The Hit" for the RIFFFS
Death of a Dead Day
See 2! "Bland Street Bloom" and "Another Sinking Ship"
This was the biggest grower I've ever had the pleasure of loving. "Prince" is flawless.
|8||The Fall of Troy|
One of the only Post Hardcore albums I've ever loved. "FCPREMIX" slays for days
Everything Goes Numb
Probably have listened to this at least once a week for the past 3 years. "We Are The Few," "A Moment of Silence/Violence," and "A Better Place, A Better Time" are classics.
For Emma, Forever Ago
"c'mmmmmmmmmon Skinny Love......"
|11||Bomb the Music Industry!|
Goodbye Cool World
This could really be any BtMI! album, but this one has "Side Projects Are Never Successful"
Love this so much I didn't even need to look at the title for spelling. "Throwing a Donner Party at Sea" and "Sevengill" are breathtaking
So underrated. "Fire Isn't Always Meant to Burn"
This stuck to me since day 1. "It's Only a Parsec..." and "Hope is a Butterfly, No Net Its Captor"
Another huge grower, also the first indie album I ever really enjoyed front to back. "The Battle of Hampton Roads" obviously
|16||The Tallest Man on Earth|
fell in love to this album once. "The Gardner" could be the best folk song
|17||System of a Down|
System of a Down
Before they tried to hard. "War?" and "Mind"
|18||Poison the Well|
The Tropic Rot
Metalcore done perfect. "Antarctica Inside Me" and "Cinema" bleed emotion
|19||The State Lottery|
When the Night Comes
"Coming Alive" will never ever get old
The Year of Hibernation
Perhaps the most recent album to hit me HARD. "Montana" and "Seventeen" are revelations.