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Between the Buried and Me The Parallax II: Future Sequence
A bit inconsistent but an enjoyable listen. Alternating between heavy and soft, Parallax II is a great album.
Iron Maiden Brave New World
Reinvigorated by the return of Bruce Dickinson and Adrian Smith, Iron Maiden releases another excellent album. Filled with great tracks such as The Wickerman, Ghost of the Navigator, The Nomad (My God, that middle section is amazing), The Thin Line Between Love and Hate, and Brave New World, Iron Maiden proves why they are such a great band. My only major criticism is that Dream of Mirrors decides to break from traditional Maiden ballads by not really getting faster until too late and begins to overstay its welcome. A superb album that deserves more love than it gets.
Iron Maiden Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
Oh my goodness. I hadn't listened to a Maiden album in full for a while, looking at other bands and albums. I figured I'd go for one of their classics, this one (cuz I'm lazy to write it out), and was floored. Fantastic songwriting, lyrics, solos, everything was amazing. The solo on Clairvoyant was epic, the title track, Can I play with Madness, and The Evil That Men Do are probably my favorites, but my God, is this album fantastic. Second favorite Maiden album after Powerslave.
Megadeth Killing Is My Business... and Business Is Good!
Absolutely kick-ass, speedy, technical(sometimes), and thrash at its finest describes Megadeth's first album. With high octane tracks such as Mechanix, the title track, and Rattlehead, Megadeth justifies their place in the big 4 with their first release, and it isn't even their best.
Vektor Terminal Redux
A sweeping concept album filled with incredibly heavy work and eerie clean vocals that complement each other very nicely. I think this will become a classic and is a fantastic album by modern metal titans Vektor.
John Petrucci Suspended Animation
From the legend that is John Petrucci, Suspended Animation marks the fantastic solo debut. From heavy songs like Jaws of Life to the folk feel of Glasgow Kiss (that intro is amazing), this album never feels old or feels like it is overstaying its welcome. Hopefully, Petrucci will release another solo album.
Paul Gilbert Fuzz Universe
A fantastic album by Paul Gilbert that has tons of shred and a lot of very enjoyable moments. The first two songs will blow you away from the very first listen. The second time you listen to it, all the other songs will come to life as you are able to focus on the intricacies of the album. A must listen if you like Yngwie Malmsteen, Steve Vai, and Joe Satriani.

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