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Judas Priest Painkiller
5.0
04.08.07
Mastodon Blood Mountain
Mastodon have done it again. Blood Mountain is an epic metal journey that flows all together, with superb songwriting and stellar musicianship. The guitars are innovative and complex, as well as the drumming courtesy of Brann Dailor. Did I mention they come from Atlanta Georgia? Georgia's my state, so rock on Mastodon! Is this is a classic of metal? Yes, of modern American metal, it is one of the finest albums out there. But of metal in general, it is no classic, but it is still wonderful.
4.0
12.10.06
Metallica St. Anger
1.0
12.31.69
Linkin Park Meteora
If there's an album that I don't like, it's Meteora. Hybrid Theory at least had a few good moments, but this is just the lowest of the low right here. This is a sophomore slump if there ever was one. I think Altmer describes it best. Hybrid Theory Part II. Sounds pretty much exactly the same, except it's a lot worse.
1.0
12.31.69
Hawthorne Heights The Silence in Black and White
1.0
12.31.69
Hawthorne Heights If Only You Were Lonely
Thank God I didn't shuffle out money to buy this stuff. I downloaded it. It, like their previous effort, is a terrible album. Hawthorne Heights is a band that obviously has no power to progress. Iron Maiden progressed from Powerslave to Somewhere In Time. Metallica progressed from Kill 'Em All to Ride The Lightning. Have the Heights progressed? Not a single bit. You can tell this album's terrible just from the song titles. Where can I stab myself in the ears? Seriously.
1.0
12.31.69
Judas Priest Demolition
1.0
12.31.69

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