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12.28.14 Kingdok's 201401.02.14 Kingdok's 2013
12.02.13 Good F**king Songs10.10.13 Thanks Sputnik!
01.18.13 Kingdok's 201202.29.12 Therapy? Ranked
02.19.12 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: We Used To Worship The Moon
Our Science Is Golden

Loved their debut, and this lived up to it and expanded on it's sound.
Best track: Fuck Yeah! Depression
4 Captain, We're Sinking
The Future Is Cancelled

Been listening to this more and more as time has passed. Has got real depth and variety for what, on the surface at least, would appear to be
an edgy pop punk album.
Best track: Adultery
Error 500

Technically their only official release, mashes metal, thrash, hardcore and grind
together seamlessly.
Best Track: White Leg
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: Painkiller
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: The Thrill Of It All
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
Best track: I Don't Know What You Ketamine
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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