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Periphery Juggernaut: Omega
I wasn't quite sure how to rate this album. It is undeniably heavy and has continued in
expanding my love for prog, yet something still feels missing. The musicianship is fantastic
and the vocals are solid. I'd definitely listen to it again.I could headband away with
heaviness and smile at the technicality. The songs seemed to blend together almost too much,
excluding "The Bad Thing". Perhaps it is just like that due to my first listen, but it
didn't feel like it hit on all cylinders like I know Periphery can do. It didn't quite reach
the same anthemic heights as Marigold does and misses the edg
Queensryche Operation: Mindcrime
An absolutely amazing album by Queensryche. The songwriting is fantastic, the vocals are solid, and everything hits the marks and then some. A brilliant concept album that defies the trend of concept albums being terrible, Operation: Mindcrime is just an excellent album.r
Kreator Gods of Violence
A great thrash metal album from legends Kreator. Though it might not have explored much musically, it was an insane ride of classic thrash.
Gojira Magma
Definitely a great album, it lacks, however, that inspiring feeling of From Mars to Sirius. That's really the only way I can describe it. Stranded and Silvera kick ass though.
Vektor Black Future
Thrash is one of my metal subgenres and I have listened to a lot of artists due to that. Vektor took what had already been done and then added to it in a unique way. By adding a touch of Progressive Black Metal into it, they elevated the sound of thrash in a nice way. Enter the new wave of thrash metal.
Death Leprosy
I prefer it to Scream Bloody Gore, but Spiritual Healing is much better. It is definitely brutal and technically epic, but it feels kinda uninteresting. Everything sounds the same, the vocals are unchanging, and just not what I anticipated it would be.
Death Spiritual Healing
I really enjoyed this album. Heavy, powerful, Chuck growling away, and just so much death. Can't say I'm that big a fan of the album art, but the music sure makes up for it. The last album before they start to go much more progressive, the familiar structure still works very well. With that said, the solos and riffs are suburb without delving into wankery territory. Not as seminal as their later albums, but an excellent album none the less.

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