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Baroness/Unpersons A Grey Sigh in a Flower Husk split
Rating this bad boy a 4 based solely on the Baroness half. Have never been able to get into the Unperson's side of the split. The Baroness half though is something else entirely, definitely their most ambitious and heaviest material. Post metal influence as well as the usual barrage of cave man shouts, groovy riffs, and amazingly intricate dynamics are all to be found on this must listen for both Baroness fans as well as fans of the sludge metal genre in general
Mgla Exercises in Futility
Alkaloid The Malkuth Grimoire
Altar of Plagues Mammal
Tribulation The Children of the Night
Inter Arma The Cavern
This was one hell of an ambitious idea that Inter Arma put to recording. One song, 45 minutes, strings, clean female vocals and it all fits flawlessly together in their post metalish sludge sound. Really, the biggest standout to this album is the songwriting itself, this album flows so seamlessly and almost fluid like, that it makes its 45 minute run time fly by. How riffs are brought into play and then built upon and turned into something entirely different without batting an eye makes my jaw drop every time I hear "The Cavern". The record follows the perfect linear path, from introduction, to bridge, and finally to emotive climax that it
Monolithian The Finest Day I Ever Lived...
With their debut album, The Finest Day I ever Lived, Monolithian definitely show that they have what it takes to break into and make a hopefully spine crushing career in the doom/sludge scene. This is mainly due to their approach to the genre, utilizing a dual approach to the instrumentation of only bass and drums. Thanks to the production as well as the bass riffs, this unique tactic pays off in spades and Monolithian sound huge on songs like the title track and Barren Sea. An incorporation of hardcore and death metal doesn't hurt either and makes the record all the more savage. Though not all the songs truly stand out and make their mark

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  • JasonHellhound YOU SUCK!
    March 19 08:16 PM
  • loneNLwolf Hey there, fellow Facelift song.
    November 6 12:31 PM
  • slipnslide every song is classic!
    May 7 01:33 PM
  • DirtyDan Yeah there really isn't such thing as a bad Amon Amarth song. They are probably the most consistently awesome band out there.
    April 22 01:46 PM
  • NodScene23 You got solid taste man!
    May 10 01:43 AM

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