Average Rating: 3.55
Rating Variance: 0.88
Objectivity Score: 79% (Well Balanced)
Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name5.0 classicAgalloch The MantleBrand New The Devil and God Are Raging Inside MeConverge Petitioning the Empty SkyConverge Jane DoeDeath The Sound of PerseveranceGodspeed You! Black Emperor F#A# (Infinity)One of the easiest 5/5 scores I've ever given. F#A#(Infinity) is beautiful yet repulsive. Familiar yet strange. Hopeful yet disparaging. Simple yet intricate. Inviting yet foreboding. Peaceful yet violent. This album is nothing short of an adventure.Godspeed You! Black Emperor Slow Riot For New Zero KanadaGustav Holst The Planets, Op. 32Iron Maiden PowerslaveOne of the few albums I have ever listened listened to that is perfect on every aspect. "Rime of the Ancient Mariner" and "Aces High" are two of Iron Maiden's very best songs, while every other song on the album is solid.Mastodon Crack the Skyemaudlin of the Well BathMegadeth Rust in PeaceMercyful Fate MelissaWhile not as good as their sophomore album, Mellissa still has a ton to offer listeners. "Evil" is
probably Mercyful Fate's best song ever written. Mercyful Fate Don't Break the OathMetallica Master of PuppetsMr. Bungle CaliforniaMuse Origin of SymmetryAn album that only gets better overtime, Origin of Symmetry is the undeniable greatest Muse album in existence. "Megalomia," "New Born," and "Plug In Baby" are all classics that define Muse.Neutral Milk Hotel In the Aeroplane Over the SeaWTF BRING BACK THE 4.5 AVG THIS IS THE BEST ALBUM EVER MADE!!!!Radiohead Kid ASlayer Reign in BloodThe Doors The DoorsTrophy Scars Holy VacantsUlver Bergtatt - Et eeventyr i 5 capitlerA masterpiece of the black metal genre. Bergtatt combines beautiful melodies with dark textures, creating a very unique sound.xSPONGEXCOREx How Tough Are Yah?Like eating a bowl of nails for breakfast.....without any milk!4.5 superbAgalloch Pale FolkloreAgalloch Ashes Against the GrainDarker and heavier than it's predecessor, The Mantle, this album nonetheless manages to build an intriguing, often emotional atmosphere with each and every song.Agalloch Marrow of the SpiritAmerican Football American FootballAmon Amarth With Oden on Our SideAmon Amarth Twilight of the Thunder GodNot a single bad track on here. The title track is one of the greatest melodic death metal songs of all time, while Embrace the Endless Oceans and Where Is Your God are also incredibly good.Aphex Twin Selected Ambient Works 85-92Black Sabbath Black SabbathBlack Sabbath Heaven and HellAn all-around classic. Dio's voice suits Sabbath in a way Ozzy's voice just never could. Although it is, no doubt, flawed, Heaven and Hell remains one of the defining NWOBHM albums to this day.Brand New Deja EntenduBrand New DaisyBurzum Hvis Lyset Tar OssDet Som En Gang Var is unquestionably the greatest black metal song in history.Burzum Det Som Engang VarButthole Surfers Butthole SurfersButthole Surfers Locust Abortion TechnicianThe most disturbing album I've ever listened to all the way through. "Sweat Loaf" and "Kuntz" are absolutely hilarious, while "Graveyard" is extremely disturbing. Worth checking out for anyone who wants to subject their ears to weird shit for 50 minutes.Candlemass Epicus Doomicus MetallicusCarcass HeartworkAmong the first melodic death metal releases ever, "Heartwork" is nothing but killer track after killer track. The guitar solos and aggressive drumming are nothing short of perfection.Cat Stevens Tea for the TillermanChildren of Bodom Follow The ReaperA defining album of the Melodic Death Metal genre.Children of Bodom HatebreederConverge When Forever Comes CrashingConverge Axe to FallConverge All We Love We Leave BehindCynic FocusDave Porter Breaking BadDeath Individual Thought PatternsDeath HumanFrom the beautiful "Cosmic Sea" to the brutal "Lack of Comprehension," Human combines impressive
instrumentation with a surprising amount of intelligence.Death Grips The Money StoreDissection Storm of the Light's BaneDissection The SomberlainFaith No More Angel DustFunkadelic Maggot BrainGodspeed You! Black Emperor 'Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend!Grimes VisionsHeathen Victims of DeceptionIntegrity Those Who Fear TomorrowIron Maiden Seventh Son of a Seventh SonThe story is cohesive and all of the songs are superb. What more can you ask for from a concept album?Jeff Buckley GraceJohnny Cash The Legend of Johnny CashJudas Priest PainkillerKing Diamond ''Them''Led Zeppelin Led ZeppelinLudwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125"A Clockwork Orange," has given this symphony has a whole new meaning to me.Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67maudlin of the Well Leaving Your Body MapMegadeth Peace Sells... but Who's Buying?Mercyful Fate In the ShadowsMercyful Fate Mercyful FateMetal Church Metal ChurchRight from the opening distorted vocals on "Beyond the Black," one can tell that this album is going to be brilliant. And it is; while it is not a perfect album, it is still a classic and a mandatory listen for ANY metalhead.Metallica Kill 'Em AllSo many excellent songs on here without a single bad one. "Seek and Destroy," "The Four Horsemen," "Hit the Lights," and "Motorbreath" are undeniable classics of the thrash metal genre.Metallica Ride the LightningMr. Bungle Disco VolanteMr. Bungle Mr. BungleMuse AbsolutionMusk Ox WoodfallNecrophobic The Nocturnal SilenceNeutral Milk Hotel On Avery IslandNine Inch Nails The Downward SpiralNine Inch Nails The FragileOpeth Still LifePantera Cowboys from HellBetter than Vulgar Display of Power in my opinion.Pantera The Great Southern TrendkillFloods, Suicide Note 1 and 2, and the title track are Pantera classics. All-in-all, it's a great listen for any Pantera fan, but don't expect another "Cowboys From Hell." Porcupine Tree In AbsentiaRadiohead OK ComputerRage Against the Machine Rage Against the MachineRage Against the Machine is one of the few great political bands out there. Despite the fact that all of the songs on this album has mild to over-the-top political and social commentary on it, Rage manages to deliver top-notch music and the greatest rap metal album known to man.Saor AuraSavatage Gutter BalletSepultura AriseArise is a great contribution to both the Death and Thrash genre.Skinny Puppy Too Dark ParkSlayer South of HeavenStormtroopers of Death Speak English or DieSwans To Be KindSystem of a Down System of a DownSystem of a Down ToxicityThis album contains the songs which would turn SOAD into what they are today. "Chop Suey!" "Toxicity" "Prison Song," and "Aerials" among others would definite SOAD for years to come.The Delicious Bread Collection Make Love Wheat Bread"Still Swagging on y'all's and y'all's are still gay."The Dillinger Escape Plan Irony Is a Dead SceneThe Enid Aerie Faerie NonsenseThe Phonies Dreams of the Divine MachineThe Rocky Horror Picture Show The Rocky Horror Picture ShowThee Silver Mount Zion He Has Left Us Alone...He Has Left Us Alone is sheer sadness mixed with schizophrenic intensity. The songs build but always retain their hint of melancholy and never lose their identity. Every emotion this album incites is done effortlessly, seamlessly, and beautifully. The album's 45-minute length flies by at unfathomable speeds, leaving the listener satisfied yet still craving more. It may not be quite as effective as Godspeed You! Black Emperor releases, but both strive to do different things and therefore the comparison is unfair. Despite all I have said, He Has Left Us Alone has a certain unique charm to it that I can't quite put my finger on.Todd Terje It's Album TimeTrophy Scars Darkness, Oh HellTrophy Scars Never Born, Never DeadUlver Perdition CityUlver Messe I.X-VI.XVali SkogslandskapEach song effortlessly paints a breathtakingly gorgeous picture without the use of vocals. If there is ever a time when you want to relax after a hard day's work, stare off into the distance and ponder, or reflect on your life and the past choices you made, let Skogslandskap play in the background, and enjoy all the tranquil beauty that Vali has to offer.Vektor Black FutureVektor Outer IsolationAtmospheric, brutal, and intense, Outer Isolation is one of the very best New Wave of Thrash Metal releases.4.0 excellentAaron West and The Roaring Twenties We Don't Have Each OtherAC/DC Highway to HellAmerican Football American Football EPAmon Amarth Versus the WorldAmon Amarth Once Sent from the Golden HallAmon Amarth Surtur RisingAmon Amarth Deceiver of the GodsAnimals As Leaders WeightlessAnimals As Leaders The Joy of MotionAphex Twin ...I Care Because You DoAphex Twin Selected Ambient Works, Vol. IIAphex Twin DrukqsA few of the songs are kind of irritating, and the short interludes don't really add anything, but besides that Drukqs is easily one of Aphex Twin's most interesting and engaging albums. Aphex Twin SyroAt the Gates Slaughter of the SoulBeck Mellow GoldBehemoth The SatanistBlack Breath Sentenced To LifeBlack Sabbath ParanoidParanoid is an overrated album in that it's not the best Black Sabbath album. However, it has some great songs on it. "Paranoid," "Iron Man," "War Pigs" and "Planet Caravan" all stand out as true classics of the heavy metal genre.Bomb the Music Industry! VacationBurzum FilosofemOne of the darkest and most unique black metal albums ever made in my opinion.Burzum BurzumButthole Surfers Hairway to StevenButthole Surfers Rembrandt PussyhorseCaladan Brood Echoes Of BattleCarcass Surgical SteelChildren of Bodom Hate Crew DeathrollChildren of Bodom Something WildChildren of Bodom Halo of BloodA return to form for Children of Bodom, and a great one at that. No bad songs on this album; just kick ass riffage.Converge You Fail MeConverge No HeroesCynic Traced in AirDaft Punk Random Access MemoriesDanny Elfman BeetlejuiceDeafheaven SunbatherDeath Spiritual HealingDeath Leprosy"Pull the Plug" is the unofficial national anthem of Death Metal.Death SymbolicDeath Has No Dominion Death Has No DominionDemon Hunter ExtremistDevin Townsend Ziltoid the OmniscientDropkick Murphys The Warrior's CodeDrudkh Autumn AuroraEnsiferum Victory SongsEvery Time I Die New Junk AestheticEvery Time I Die From Parts UnknownFaith No More The Real ThingFaith No More Original Album Series [Box set]Flying Lotus You're Dead!Godspeed You! Black Emperor Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas...Hans Zimmer InterstellarHavok Time Is UpHelloween Keeper of the Seven Keys Part IHiss Tracts Shortwave NightsIn Flames The Jester RaceIn Flames ColonyInsomnium Shadows of the Dying SunIntegrity Humanity is the DevilIron Maiden The Number of the BeastA slightly overrated classic. Don't get me wrong, this is a great album. However, Iron Maiden has shown that they can be far better than this on future records, like Powerslave or Seventh Son of a Seventh Son. "Run to the Hills" and "Hallowed Be Thy Name" are classic Maiden tunes, while "Number of the Beast" may be the greatest Maiden song ever written.Iron Maiden Iron MaidenPaul Di'anno is an inferior vocalist to Bruce Dickinson, but his voice still suits this album just fine. There are some solid songs on here, despite lacking the crystal-clear production that future Iron Maiden albums would have. "Phantom of the Opera" is one of the best Iron Maiden songs of all time.Jimmy Eat World ClarityJoe Hisaishi Spirited AwayJudas Priest Screaming for VengeanceKanye West My Beautiful Dark Twisted FantasyKorn KornKreator Hordes of ChaosKreator Phantom AntichristSome great melodic tracks on here as well as the more typical Kreator-sounding tracks. "From Flood Into Fire" sounds more power metal-esque than thrash, and the results are simply fantastic. "Death to the World" and the title track are great thrash sounds too.Led Zeppelin MothershipMarilyn Manson Antichrist SuperstarMastodon LeviathanMayhem De Mysteriis Dom SathanasMayhem Esoteric WarfareMeat Loaf Bat Out of HellMegadeth Greatest Hits: Back to the StartMegadeth That One Night: Live in Buenos AiresMelvins HoudiniMercyful Fate TimeMercyful Fate The BeginningMetallica ...And Justice for AllMetallica MetallicaMetallica Cliff 'Em AllMetallica Through the NeverThey may have lost their ability to make decent studio albums, but in concert, Metallica still never dissapoint. On another note, the 3D movie "Metallica: Through the Never," of which this album is a soundtrack of, was actually a very solid movie and definitely worth a watch.Millicent Waffles Under Dark Blue Blanketwill be a 5 if it is even half as sweet as the coverMoonsorrow V: HavitettyMuse Black Holes and RevelationsMusk Ox Musk OxN.W.A. Straight Outta ComptonNekrogoblikon StenchNightmare Puppy FurtheranceOado Life EraOasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory?Opeth Blackwater ParkPanopticon Roads to the NorthPink Floyd The Dark Side of the MoonPossessed Seven ChurchesRadiohead AmnesiacRage Against the Machine The Battle of Los AngelesNot every song is memorable, but Guerrilla Radio, Calm Like a Bomb, Testify, and Sleep Now In the Fire are some of the all-time greatest Rage songs known to man. The fact that they weren't over-the-top with their political messages on most songs on The Battle of Los Angeles is actually a plus for this album. It shows that Rage doesn't need to have political and social commentary in all of their songs to release solid albums.Rainbow RisingRevocation RevocationRun the Jewels Run the JewelsRun the Jewels Run the Jewels 2Savatage The Hall of the Mountain KingSepultura Chaos A.D.Skinny Puppy Last RightsSlayer Seasons in the AbyssThe guitar solos on this album range from good to unbelievable, especially the track "Dead Skin Mask." Apart from that, Slayer steps up their lyrics and their songwriting while never losing their sense Thrash.Slint SpiderlandSlipknot SlipknotSlipknot Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)An uneven album for sure, but it still has enough great songs on it to make the album worthwhile. Sodom Code RedStorm Daughter ArchaicStrangers on a Train 12 Song DemoSystem of a Down Steal This Album!System of a Down MezmerizeIt may not be as quirky or insane as their older releases, but there are some really fantastic songs on here. "BYOB," "Revenga," and "Sad Statue" are all classics, while "Lost In Hollywood" stands on its own as the best System of a Down ballad.The Delicious Bread Collection Tales from the Yeast SideThe Delicious Bread Collection FailureThe Dillinger Escape Plan Option ParalysisThe Enid In the Region of the Summer StarsThe Hotelier Home, Like NoPlace Is ThereThe Night Watch The Night WatchThe Residents Meet the ResidentsThe Residents EskimoThe Twilight Sad Fourteen Autumns and Fifteen WintersThee Silver Mount Zion Fuck Off Get Free We Pour Light on EverythingTodd Terje Its The ArpsTomahawk TomahawkTotal Control Typical SystemTrvth ApproachingType O Negative Bloody KissesType O Negative The Best of Type O NegativeUlver Nattens MadrigalUlver Blood InsideVolcanic Queen Faith In DesireA horrific story told by disturbing, often schizophrenic soundscapes, painting a bleak picture of gorgeous desolation...or something like that.Warbringer Worlds Torn AsunderWhile it won't please anyone who isn't a fan of 21st Century thash, "Worlds Torn Asunder" is still a solid, powerful album made by people who are truly passionate about playing thrash metal.Wolves in the Throne Room CelestitexSPONGEXCOREx Don't Mess With TexXxas"Hey Patrick, what am I?"
"No, I'm xSPONGEXCOREx!"
"Whats the difference?"Yak Something Blue: A Recollection3.5 greatAC/DC Back in BlackAgalloch and Nest SplitAmon Amarth Fate of NornsAmon Amarth The AvengerAnvil Forged in FireAt the Gates Terminal Spirit DiseaseBetween the Buried and Me ColorsBig Nig Eternal DelayBruce Lasagna Bruce LasagnaBurzum Burzum/AskeBurzum FallenIt pales in comparison to Burzum's early works, but Fallen still has an certain, undeniable charm about it. Children of Bodom Holiday At Lake Bodom (15 Years Of Wasted Youth)It's missing many essential songs, such as "Bodom After Midnight," "Children of Bodom,"and
"Hatebreeder," but it is still a very good compilation album that represents each Bodom
album correctly.Complete Freedom Fuck MetronomesComplete Freedom SpaceDeafheaven Roads to JudahDeath Scream Bloody GoreDeath Vivus!Death Grips Government PlatesDeerhunter Halcyon DigestDeicide DeicideEmpyrium Songs of Moors and Misty FieldsFaith No More King for a Day... Fool for a LifetimeFallujah The Flesh PrevailsFive Finger Death Punch War Is the AnswerFrightmare Bringing Back The BloodshedGodspeed You! Black Emperor Yanqui U.X.O.The most simplistic Godspeed You! Black Emperor release, and also the most vapid. While the album is interesting in and of itself, especially with its omission of samples and explosive buildups (pun intended), it pales in comparison to the band's other albums.Hans Rotmo Varres JulHavok Unnatural SelectionHeathen The Evolution of ChaosHelixed HelixedHutcher HauntpopLady Gaga's got nothing on this Hutcher systems place: time islandWeird as fuck......and I wouldn't have it any other way.In Flames ClaymanIron Maiden Somewhere in TimeIron Maiden Piece of MindIron Maiden Somewhere Back in TimeKing Green Ooba Yung MotLaked God and Yak Butt Pirate Bible ForceLed Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IILocktender RodinMastodon Once More 'Round the SunMegadeth Countdown to Extinction"Symphony of Destruction," "Sweating Bullets," and "Foreclosure of a Dream" are Megadeth classics. The rest of the album, however, falls into radio-friendly rock territory and is, for the most part, not on par with what Megadeth has done before.Megadeth The System Has FailedMegadeth So Far, So Good... So What!There are some great songs on here. Unfortunately, there are a lot of average songs, too. "Into the Lungs of Hell," "Set the World Afire" and the fan-favorite "In My Darkest Hour" are all fantastic songs worthy of the highest praise.Megadeth EndgameArguably the best Megadeth album since Rust in Peace. From the opening of "Dialectic Chaos" to the last notes of "The Right to Go Insane," this album simply works. Despite a notable loss of Marty Friedman and Nick Menza, the guitar solos are just as genius as ever and the drumming is powerful and aggressive. I'd recommend this to any Megadeth fan.Megadeth Rust in Peace LiveMegadeth Th1rt3enMercyful Fate 9Mercyful Fate The Bell WitchMetal Church The DarkMetal Church The Human FactorMetallica Beyond MagneticMuse The ResistanceNest [FIN] Trail of the UnwaryNine Inch Nails Pretty Hate MachineNothing More Nothing MoreOpeth DeliverancePantera Vulgar Display of PowerDespite having containing some under-average songs on it, Vulgar Display of Power also holds some of the best Pantera songs of all time, like "Walk," "Hollow," and "F*****g Hostile."R. Kelly Trapped in the Closet (Chapters 1-12)Radiohead Hail to the ThiefSigur Ros ( )Single Soul Songs About GirlsSlayer Show No MercyAn underrated thrash album for sure. Despite horrid production and some pretty weak lyrics, the genius of
Slayer still shines through on songs like "Black Magic" and "Die By the Sword."Slayer Hell AwaitsSlayer Haunting the ChapelNot one of Slayer's more inspired efforts, but still a solid album with some very memorable songs.Sodom Agent OrangeSoundtrack (Television) Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along BlogSpectral Lore IIISpider Island Morals of a Dead WaveStone Sour House of Gold and Bones - Part 1An extremely strong album from start to finish. "Gone Sovereign" kicks off the album with tremendous momentum and Stone Sour never let up. Swans The SeerSystem of a Down SugarSugar may not be SOAD's most thought-provoking or fine-tuned song, but it remains a classic of the alternative metal genre due to its immense about of energy. As for the rest of the EP...it's not half bad. Worth a listen for any SOAD fan.The Enid Six PiecesThe New Mendicants Into the LimeThe Phantom Band Strange FriendTransatlantic KaleidoscopeTrvth PurgingTrvth Episode 1: ExudeAmazing album art, great work Jac! Gonna jam this soon, have nothing but the highest hopes as always.Type O Negative Origin of the FecesUlver Teachings In SilenceUlver Silencing the SingingVali ForlattVenom Welcome to HellWarren of Ohms The Wolf and The Fox3.0 goodAC/DC High Voltage (International)Amon Amarth The CrusherAlthough it is pretty much what one can expect from an Amon Amarth album, The Crusher seems to their
thrashiest effort to date.Aphex Twin Richard D. James AlbumAttika 7 Blood Of My EnemiesBeck Morning PhaseWhy is Sea Change bursting out of Beck's head on the cover?Big Nig 2014Brand New Your Favorite WeaponBurzum BelusBurzum The Ways of YoreChildren of Bodom Are You Dead Yet?Converge Live at the BBCCount to Altek Remembrance and AnithusCrooked Sun DemoDaft Punk DiscoveryDaft Punk Tron: LegacyDarkspace Dark Space IDead Can Dance Into the LabyrinthDream Theater OctavariumDry Satire DemoDry Satire Three String EPEddie Murphy Love's AlrightHonestly this deserves a 5 soley because of the music video for "Whatzupwitu." In fact, it deserves a 6.Empyrium A WintersunsetFaith No More Album of the YearFaith No More This Is It: The Best of Faith No MoreGlobus EpiconGlobus Break From This WorldGrimes HalfaxaHikari Todo the joys in not knowingIntegrity To Die ForIron Maiden From Fear To EternityKing Diamond AbigailLady Gaga The FameLamb of God Ashes of the WakeMacintosh Plus FLORAL SHOPPEMastodon The HunterMegadeth YouthanasiaMegadeth Anthology: Set the World AfireMegadeth Countdown to Extinction LiveMercyful Fate The Best of Mercyful FateMercyful Fate Return of the VampireMetallica No Life 'Til LeatherIt's raw. It's nasty. And it's the thrashiest thing Metallica have ever produced in their career.Metallica Death MagneticMolecular Corporation Ambient Sputnik and The Dancing GovernmentMuse ShowbizAn uneven album without a doubt. There are too many soft ballads, and the occassionally trite lyrics detract significantly from the album. Despite this, "Showbiz" contains several fantastic Muse songs, such as "Sunburn," "Muscle Museum" and "Cave."Nekrogoblikon PowerAre they even trying with their lyrics anymore? "Suddenly a giraffe! Giraffe!"Nest [FIN] WoodsmokeNeutral Bling Hotel In My G4 Over Da SeaPantera Reinventing Hell: The Best of PanteraRevocation DeathlessRob Zombie Hellbilly DeluxeThe singles are what make this album so popular. Besides the three singles (Dragula, Living Dead Girl, and Superbeast) this album has little to offer.Single Soul DemoSlayer Soundtrack to the ApocalypseSlipknot Mate. Feed. Kill. Repeat.Slipknot Antennas to HellSoundtrack (Film) Scott Pilgrim vs. The WorldStagnant Pools Temporary RoomStone Sour House of Gold and Bones - Part 2Stormtroopers of Death Bigger Than the DevilThe Enid Touch MeUlver Shadows of the Sun2.5 averageAgalloch The Serpent and the SphereAnvil This Is ThirteenAphex Twin Come to DaddySome good ideas here, but rather inconsistent in its tone. The vocal samples, for the most part, are beyond silly.Beastmilk ClimaxBen Frost A U R O R ABorn of Osiris The New ReignBurzum AskeBurzum Sol austan, Mani vestanDisturbed The SicknessDisturbed Ten Thousand FistsEmmure Speaker of the DeadFive Finger Death Punch American CapitalistHavok Point of No ReturnKorn The Essential KornMachine Head Unto the LocustThe album has a few standout tracks, but little else to offer. The songs are usually quite long (6-8 minutes in length). This sometimes works in the band's favor, as songs like "Darkness Within" and "Locust" have enough variety throughout to support their overlong length. However, most of the songs end up being incredibly boring, as they do little with the 8 minutes they are given. In short, "Unto the Locust" is interesting and is still a worthwhile listen, but is far from being great.Marilyn Manson Portrait of an American FamilyMeat Loaf Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into HellThe songs are far too long and overblown. Also some of these songs, in all there 12-minute long glory, have lyrics which make absolutely no sense.Megadeth Killing Is My Business...Despite some great solos, I find the production to be too overwhelmingly bad to enjoy.Mercyful Fate Into the UnknownMetallica Garage Inc.In my opinion, the only worthwhile song on here is the "Mercyful Fate" medly. Besides that, this album is nothing more than standard covers of the same or less quality of the original song.Muse The 2nd LawThe two songs sung by Christopher Wolstenholme are great additions to the album, as the songs "Supremacy" and "Follow Me." The rest of the album is pretty average.Myrkur MyrkurNeutral Milk Hotel Everything IsRob Zombie Venomous Rat Regeneration VendorSome of the songs are catchy and energetic, but the majority are merely average. "Dead City Radio" and "Lucifer Rising" are two highlights, but nothing else really stood out. The lyrical content on this album is atrocious, some of Rob Zombie's absolute worst.Slayer World Painted BloodSlipknot All Hope Is GoneSystem of a Down HypnotizeTrivium AscendancyUlver Silence Teaches You How to Sing EPWarbringer IV: Empires Collapse2.0 poorBruno Mars Unorthodox JukeboxBurzum Daudi BaldrsIncredibly repetive and rather boring, this album takes its interesting ideas and delivers them in the most dull way possible. Most songs begin with potential, but quickly lose momentum after the first minute or so. Altogether, this album has nothing to offer.Children of Bodom Skeletons In The ClosetThis is a mostly worthless album. Unless you get a kick out of a metal cover of "Oops...I Did It Again" I suggest you stay away from this album.Disturbed AsylumDying Fetus Reign SupremeEddie Murphy How Could It BeFive Finger Death Punch The Way of the FistFive Finger Death Punch The Wrong Side of Heaven and The Righteous Side...Five Finger Death Punch The Wrong Side of Heaven... Vol. 2Green Day 39/SmoothGeneric and forgettable, even by Green Day standards.In Flames Come ClarityIn Flames Sounds of a Playground FadingThe title track is great, but the album has little to offer.Korn The Path of TotalityKorn The Paradigm ShiftMarilyn Manson Mechanical Animals"Mechanical Animals" has a great concept and is fun to listen to all the way through. However, it has quite a bit of filler and never does anything overly interesting.Megadeth RiskMercyful Fate A Dangerous MeetingMetal Church Generation NothingMotionless in White CreaturesMuse Live at Rome Olympic StadiumNoctum The SeancePantera Far Beyond DrivenSlayer God Hates Us AllWhile "Disciple" and "Bloodline" are both great songs, the album's concept grows rather thin, with many forgettable and uninspired songs.Slipknot IowaAlthough "Left Behind" and "People = Shit" are great, Iowa has little to offer. The title track is the worst Slipknot song ever, as it is well over ten minutes long and, despite its promise, does nothing interesting whatsoever.Slipknot .5: The Gray ChapterIt's more lolgood as opposed to the expected lolbadIt's more lolgood as opposed to the expected lolbadIt's more lolgood as opposed to the expected lolbadIt's more lolgood as opposed to the expected lolbadIt's more lolgood as opposed to the expected lolbadIt's more lolgood as opposed to the expected lolbadIt's more lolgood as opposed to the expected lolbadIt's more lolgood as opposed to the expected lolbadIt's more lolgood as opposed to the expected lolbadSystem of a Down Kill Rock 'n RollThe Delicious Bread Collection Pumpkin Bread (2delicious4me)Only the first half of this is entertaining. The intro of "Spooky Scary Skeletons" is now my
ringtone.The New Mendicants Australia 2013 EPTotal Control Henge Beat1.5 very poorAvenged Sevenfold Hail to the KingBorn of Osiris Tomorrow We Die AliveDesign the Skyline NevaehFive Finger Death Punch Pre-Emptive StrikeHuntress Spell EaterLamb of God SacramentLou Reed Metal Machine MusicMaroon 5 OverexposedMegadeth Super Collider"Kingmaker" is a good song, reminding me on something that could easily have been on
Endgame. As for the rest of the album...mehhhh...Mercyful Fate Dead AgainMetallica St. AngerMetallica ReloadMetallica LoadEven as a rock album, "Load" fails. It is straight-up boring and has no standout tracks. It goes against what Metallica and heavy metal stood for, and it can't even succeed as the bluesy-rock album that it is trying to be.Miley Cyrus BangerzStagnant Pools GeistTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Coming Out Of Their Shells1.0 awfulBalloon Journey Balloon JourneyBalloon Journey Balloon Journey 2What kind of music scares balloons? POP MUSIC!brokeNCYDE Will Never DieButcher Babies Butcher BabiesCrazy Frog Crazy Frog Presents Crazy HitsHello Kitty Suicide Club ^_^Lmfao Sorry For Party RockingLou Reed and Metallica LuluIt's times like this where I really wish I could rate this less than a 1. This has to be one of the all-time worst albums in existence on every single aspect. This album only has ONE thing going for it: it is unintentionally hilarious to hear James Hetfield sing "I am the table!" and to hear Lou Reed claim that he is "just a small town girl." Listen to this album for a good laugh, but if you want quality music, I suggest you stay as far away from Lulu as humanly possible.Pantera Metal MagicThe Black Eyed Peas The E.N.D. (The Energy Never Dies)Horrible and catchy: the worst combination I can possibly think of.Torsofuck Erotic Diarrhea Fantasy
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