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01.02.14 Kingdok's 201312.02.13 Good F**king Songs
10.10.13 Thanks Sputnik!01.18.13 Kingdok's 2012
02.29.12 Therapy? Ranked02.19.12 Personal Faves

Kingdok's 2013

Thought 2013 was a pretty good year for heavy music. Here's hoping 2014 rcan match it.
The Frankenstein Effect

Released to pledgers right at the ass-end of 2012, but made available online with Error 500 this year, so tops the list. One of my top 5 albums ever. Best track: Gruntwhore
2The Venetia Fair
Every Sick, Disgusting Thought...

Stumbled upon these guys by chance, completely in a league of their own. One of the most out-and-out fun records I've ever heard. Best track: The Sky Came Down
Our Science Is Golden

Loved their debut, and this lived up to it and expanded on it's sound. Best track: Fuck Yeah! Depression
Error 500

Technically their only official release, mashes metal, thrash, hardcore and grind together seamlessly. Best Track: White Leg
5 Captain, We're Sinking
The Future Is Cancelled

Been a long time since I've really enjoyed anything pop punky, and although these guys spread their palette over a much wider range, the melodies that drive this album stick it in that camp for me. Best track: Adultery
6Polkadot Cadaver
Last Call In Jonestown

Not as consistently great as previous PC albums, but still another eclectic mix of sounds and ideas with heavy riffs and a little electronica. Best track: Phantasmagoria
7Hey! Hello!
Hey! Hello!

Ginger Wildheart's third release of the pledge campaign (does this guy ever sleep?), heavily punk influenced pop rock and sing-along choruses. Perfect summer album. Best track: We're Outta Here
Birth School Oaf Death

Lyric of the year: "Squirming in vermin, beak in your eye, feathered git, please die!" from Fuck Off Seagull. Best Track: Wash Your Faith In My Think
9Future Of The Left
How To Stop Your Brain In An Accident

Didn't love this as much as Plot, but still a solid, consistent album from a genius band. Best track: How To Spot A Record Company
10Axis Of
Finding St Kilda

Recommended to me coz I loved Kerbdog, who they sound nothing like. However, their brand of post-hardcore influenced hardcore not only feels fresh, it also brings to mind early Hell Is For Heroes. This is a Good Thing. Best Track: We Dine On Seeds
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