Jeremy Wolfers

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Album Edits 17

Album Ratings 950
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Last Active 10-28-13 7:34 am
Joined 01-02-11

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Fairly Cool Album Openers

Some random songs that I thought opened albums well.

Beginning of the End - Just sets the pace for the album very well and has some good atmospheric elements. Sounds epic without sounding too stupid.
The Key

Lake Of Fire - Nice and atmospheric track that sounds very futuristic, totally suiting the album.
3Judas Priest

Painkiller - Easy choice. All round fun musicianship. Solos are cool too.
Seasons In The Abyss

War Ensemble - Dark and moody thrasher. Some great variation of pace throughout.
5Jag Panzer
Casting The Stones

Feast Or Famine - Sounds like Nevermore but with more keyboard. The riffs are pretty cool, and The Tyrant still sounds great as ever.
Never, Neverland

The Fun Palace - All round awesome. Riffs are killer and the solo rips. Bass is nice too.
7Morbid Angel
Altars Of Madness

Immortal Rites - Dat riff. And everything else. Plus that bit with the keyboard.
(BTW, unless you hadn't already guessed, this list isn't in any real order)
8Malevolent Creation

Eve Of The Apocalypse - Riffs are really awesome here and starts the pace of the album very well and gives a good flavor of whats to come later on.
The Years Of Decay

Time To Kill - A slow pace thrasher but sounds pretty malevolent. Riffs are pretty good and Bobby is as good as ever.
Release From Agony

Release From Agony - Evil sounding. Drums use tonnes of nice fills and the solo is cool. Schmier sounds as strangely evil as ever.
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