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Top Ten Albums Of 2012 (so Far)

Just a list of some of the best albums released this year from promising rartists.
1Neck Deep
Rain In July


Amazing new pop punk that comes out of nowhere with a unique powerful sound. Every song is awesome and packs a punch. If you're in need of a new pop punk band to listen to this fall, this is the band you need.
2I Call Fives
I Call Fives


This band just proves that how good they are by being able to show they can continue to get better and better even with a new vocalist. This album is just plain awesome. Fun, upbeat, full of sing along choruses that is perfect for taking that summer drive down to the beach and going out on the boat and living it up.
3Memphis May Fire
Challenger


Following the release of Hollow, Memphis May Fire has released the Hollow pt. 2, named Challenger. Even though this release is nothing new for Memphis May fire, it just simply was awesome and filled with powerful verses and catchy as fuck choruses. Definitely worth listening to.
4With the Punches
Seams and Stitches


A great pop punk band that has their own unique sound, which is very hard to bring in pop punk. Album was great and just a plain fun release to listen to.
5I, the Breather
Truth And Purpose


Brutal. Although I loved the first album these guys released, it got very old and very fast. This album although very similar to their first LP, was just great and the songs had a more classic vibe to them that would keep you listening to them for longer than just a month.
6I See Stars
Digital Renegade


New direction for I See Stars but it works out very nice. They have created a more aggressive album with that both a vibe that says "I'm gonna fuck up" to "I'm gonna fuck your body"
7For all Those Sleeping
Outspoken


I'm not even sure why I'm putting this album on their. Maybe its just cause I like them so much. This album is menacingly infectious. The breakdowns are never above average, and it's easy to tell how much work went into making the vocals sound so good. But nevertheless its just so much fun to listen to. It's also a great reminder that anyone who can work with a decent producer can put out a decent sounding album.
8Enter Shikari
A Flash Flood of Colour


Before this album came out I was really on edge with them. The singles released just were not cutting it for me. Fortunately when finally released, this album was just amazing. Awesome songs that were harder and showing vibes of past Enter Shikari, to newer stuff displaying the maturing of Enter Shikari. There were also a few songs that were sorta like ballads and they just had an amazing, poetic feeling to them. Great new album by a band that continues to make great unique music.
9At the Skylines
The Secrets To Life


One of the few upcoming bands in the post-hardcore/electronica scene that actually shows a promising future. This album was great and every song has its amazing moments and really shows talent. The singer is like a mixture of Jonny Craig and Tyler Carter, and really is one of the highlights of the album. The guitars switch between fun melodic riffs to crushing breakdowns. And the drums are simply just great. Lots of talent from a band who hopefully keeps their great songwriting going.
10Senses Fail
Follow Your Bliss: The Best of Senses Fail


Most people would consider putting a Best Of record on a top ten albums list stupid. But I just thought this album was great. The song choices were perfect and reminded us why we love Senses Fail, and the 4 new songs recorded make us feel at home again with Senses Fail. They're some of the best material Senses Fail has written since their first album.
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