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Scale The Summit The Migration
So I know I'm just repeating everyone else when I call this album lush and adventurous, but honestly I can't think of a better way to describe the journey that is Scale the Summit's Migration. The central focus of the album, guitar melodies, whisk the listener away to a jungle filled with progressive instrumentals and exciting atmospheres. To add to albums over all adventurous theme, it's backed by an amazing rhythm section which echos that of a jazz fusion band. If I had a complaint with this album it would be that songs don't individually stick out and the "wow" factor is not as high as it was on the Collective. Overall though, The Migra
Deftones Saturday Night Wrist
Mastodon Leviathan
Nausea Condemned To The System
Cormorant Metazoa
Metazoa is just one of those un-classifiable albums. It contains influences from basically every meal genre imaginable. Classic heavy metal guitar melodies streak across a back drop that belongs on a melodic death metal album while black metal snarls roar overtop. And believe me this changes from song to song. Post metal, many progressive elements, sickening breakdowns, hardcore shouts, and power metal melodies all make an appearance across this albums canvas. The amazing thing is that Cormorant make all these influences work perfectly for them, making a unique sound that is entirely their own. Also the overall flow of the album works gr
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Dragged Into Sunlight Hatred For Mankind
Definitely one of the most fucked up albums I've had the pleasures of listening to. This album is a perfect blend of death, doom, and black metal and possesses one hell of a wall of sound. I shit you not songs, like Buried with Leaches and Volcanic Birth run you over like a giant 18 wheeler disintegrating every portion of your humanity as soon as contact is made. And the riffs found on this album pummel your spinal chord into oblivion. One of the riffs towards the end of Volcanic Birth alone will cause you to thrash your whole body without control. Also the sound bits of serial killers found scattered throughout this album works great a

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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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