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5.0 classic
Crotchduster Big Fat Box of Shit
Gunther Pleasureman

4.5 superb
(The) Slowest Runner (In All The World) We, Burning Giraffes
Agalloch The Mantle
Agalloch Ashes Against the Grain
Anacrusis Manic Impressions
Anacrusis Screams and Whispers
Assemble The Chariots World Architects
Ben Frost Theory of Machines
Beyond Creation The Aura
Omg, it's probably the best tech death album in quite a long while to be honest. A bit one-dimensional and not very futuristic feeling (has more of a classical feel actually), but dammit it's a good album! Freaking awesome.
BT This Binary Universe
Casualties of Cool Casualties of Cool
Converge Jane Doe
De Lirium's Order Veniversum
Devin Townsend Ocean Machine: Biomech
Some of the best and most heartfelt music I've ever heard, it's quite awesome. Captures many unique moods and showcases a great deal of Devin's songwriting and instrumental potential.
Disillusion Back to Times of Splendor
Dissection Storm of the Light's Bane
Edge of Sanity Crimson II
Amazing album, the quintessential listen for anyone who's into death metal. It should change many things about your perception of the world.
Enslaved RIITIIR
Fallujah Nomadic
First Fragment The Afterthought Ecstasy
Genghis Tron Board Up the House
Gorguts Colored Sands
Gospel The Moon Is a Dead World
Haken The Mountain
Immolation Here in After
Immolation Close to a World Below
In Flames The Jester Race
In Flames Whoracle
Into Eternity Buried in Oblivion
Kalisia Cybion
Kalmah The Black Waltz
Meshuggah obZen
This album is close to perfect, it doesn't have much cons to it, almost none at all to be honest.
Oceansize Effloresce
One of the best debuts and albums overall in the prog rock/metal scene, filled with utterly amazing moments and melodies. A magical, captivating album.
Oceansize Frames
Opeth Blackwater Park
Like with most albums rated so high, it tends to come off as overrated first, but after many many listens it finally affirms that its rating is fair and just.
Opeth Damnation
Ovid's Withering Scryers of the Ibis
Pat Metheny Group The Way Up
A great sonic journey with a theme in mind, more emotional than a symphony most pompous - a definite must listen for all fans of jazz in all forms.
Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the Moon
Red Harvest A Greater Darkness
Rosetta The Galilean Satellites
Scar Symmetry Symmetric in Design
It's great - probably even better than PBP - more emotional and ethereal sounding. It boils down to preference, but I think both of these albums rule hard.
Scar Symmetry Pitch Black Progress
Their best album with no single song straying even a little from perfection. A trademark release for the "new melodeath" trend, there is not so much as a single mischosen riff or vocal line on this album.
Scar Symmetry Holographic Universe
This album is really something, although the lack of heaviness doesn't deserve it a 5.
Shade Empire Omega Arcane
Shadow of the Colossus End Game
SikTh The Trees Are Dead and Dried Out
Soilwork The Ride Majestic
Strapping Young Lad Alien
Used to be my favorite album by SYL, but got surpassed by City. Be that as it may, tracks like Imperial, Skeksis, Zen and We Ride speak for themselves. EPIC
Strapping Young Lad City
Swallow the Sun The Morning Never Came
A fantastic debut for a fantastic band that has started to establish them as a leading force in today's death/doom metal. Grips you by the balls right away and never lets go.
Swallow the Sun Hope
System of a Down System of a Down
Their debut is their most musically mature and concrete piece of music. Ironically, each following album was worse and shifted ever more towards the mainstream.
System of a Down Steal This Album!
System of a Down Toxicity
Not quite as good as the debut album, but rather different. More concentrated on soaring, emotional melodies. But still hard-hitting and cheeky. Awesome stuff.
The Angelic Process Coma Waering
The Avalanches Since I Left You
The Mars Volta De-Loused in the Comatorium
The Ocean Precambrian
The Red Chord Fused Together in Revolving Doors
A superbly chaotic, technical and experimental album which is still probably their best. Highly recommended for fans of deathgrind.
Torchbearer Warnaments
Torchbearer Death Meditations
A very, very solid album dealing lots of melody, aggression and beauty within its running time. Definitely a plus for fans of melodic death metal.
Tragedy Vengeance
Ulcerate Vermis
Vital Remains Dechristianize

4.0 excellent
After the Burial Rareform (Re-release)
Alcest Shelter
All Pigs Must Die God is War
Anata The Conductor's Departure
Animosity Animal
Aphex Twin Syro
Arcane Known/Learned
Ascariasis Ocean Of Colour
Aspherium The Fall of Therenia
Assemblage 23 Failure
A huge step up from the previous album. This is enjoyable through and through. Awesomeness, highly recommended. Also, the best album by Assemblage 23.
Assemblage 23 Defiance
Atoma Skylight
Avantasia The Mystery Of Time
Battered Battered
A very good thrash metal effort with a bleak, dystopian, industrial vibe to it. Also props for the vocalist Siggy Olaisen for not sounding like your typical thrash metal "daddy", but having more of a "pissed teenager" (in a good way) vibe to his voice.
Be'lakor The Frail Tide
Be'lakor Stone's Reach
Between the Buried and Me Colors
A very interesting and fresh album that connects a whole plethora of music influences, a fair dose of humor, tasteless wank licks and ass-kickery. Lemme tell you, I like it a whole deal. It unfortunately does suffer from some bad songwriting issues.
Beyond Creation Earthborn Evolution
The album's really good, but it doesn't seem to be quite as impactful as The Aura. It also lacks that song to end all songs like The Deported.
Born of Osiris The Discovery
This album is really fun at first, but it loses its charms relatively quickly and feels like it's not that good compared to bands like BTBAM. But then it recaptures the mood and strikes at you with furious anger, a real grower. Takes time to appreciate but the rewards are substantial.
Burning Skies Desolation
Cannabis Corpse Beneath Grow Lights Thou Shalt Rise
Cannibal Corpse The Wretched Spawn
Amazingly brutal, full of gore, heavy, catchy, groovy and lyrically abhorrent. What a fun album!
Cannibal Corpse A Skeletal Domain
Cattle Decapitation Monolith of Inhumanity
Cattle Decapitation The Anthropocene Extinction
Chimaira Chimaira
Chimaira Resurrection
Chthonic Bu-Tik
Clawfinger Deaf Dumb Blind
Converge Axe to Fall
Fantastic album full of aggression, melody and loneliness. Definitely a great follow up to No Heroes, beating its predecessor.
Converge All We Love We Leave Behind
A great follow-up to Axe to Fall, Converge serves another journey through extreme human emotions, and does so with quality.
Countless Skies Countless Skies
Crimson Shadows Kings Among Men
Damien Rice My Favourite Faded Fantasy
Dark Fortress Stab Wounds
If an album should be judged by the emotions it invokes in you, Stab Wounds is definitely top of the game. Fantastic, morose album that makes you wanna kill yourself and think it's fun.
Dark Fortress Tales from Eternal Dusk
Dark Fortress Profane Genocidal Creations
Dark Tranquillity Character
Dark Tranquillity Damage Done
Dark Tranquillity Haven
Dark Tranquillity Fiction
Dark Tranquillity The Gallery
Dark Tranquillity Construct
Deafheaven New Bermuda
Decapitated Organic Hallucinosis
Decapitated Nihility
Deicide Legion
Despised Icon Day of Mourning
Devin Townsend Terria
What an awesome album. A pure joy and pleasure to listen to, at any given moment. Love love love.
Devin Townsend Project Addicted
Devin Townsend Project Ghost
Devin Townsend Project Z2
Divinity Allegory
Like Into Eternity on steroids, Divinity delve into a unique branch of progressive melodic death metal. Guess those Canadians really are something else after all.
Divinity The Singularity
Dog Fashion Disco Adultery
Dog Fashion Disco Anarchists of Good Taste
Edge of Sanity Crimson
Fallujah The Harvest Wombs
Fallujah The Flesh Prevails
Glass Casket Desperate Man's Diary
Amazingly good band. Definitely the best deathcore album next to TRC's "Fused together in revolving doors". Check this out :3
How to Destroy Angels Welcome Oblivion
Immolation Hope and Horror
Immolation Dawn of Possession
In Mourning The Weight of Oceans
Inanimate Existence A Never-Ending Cycle of Atonement
Insomnium Across the Dark
Into Eternity Dead or Dreaming
Into Eternity The Scattering of Ashes
James Blake Overgrown
Job for a Cowboy Sun Eater
Joe Satriani Strange Beautiful Music
I love the oriental influences this album has. Some overall fun music, many moods and atmospheres, great to listen to whenever you feel like listening to some good instrumental rock music.
Kalmah Swamplord
Kalmah They Will Return
Kalmah Swampsong
Kalmah 12 Gauge
Katalepsy Autopsychosis
Katatonia Viva Emptiness
Katatonia Brave Murder Day
Katatonia The Great Cold Distance
Katatonia Night Is the New Day
Katatonia Dead End Kings
Leprous Tall Poppy Syndrome
Lord Mantis Death Mask
Marina and The Diamonds Electra Heart
Megadeth Rust in Peace
Metallica Master of Puppets
Misery Signals Absent Light
Morbus Chron Sweven
Mors Principium Est ...And Death Said Live
A new MPE album? Fuckness yeah!..............................................................................50char
Mors Principium Est Dawn Of The 5th Era
Ne Obliviscaris Portal of I
Whoa, what an album. Sounds like a fresher Opeth with violins. The only bad point are the clean vocals, which sound bad.
Ne Obliviscaris Citadel
Necrophagist Onset of Putrefaction
Nightingale The Breathing Shadow
Obscura Cosmogenesis
Old Man's Child In Defiance of Existence
An overall wonderful album which unfortunately suffers of some riffs that fail to carry the song to its apogee. Highly recommendable and contains some undeniable hit songs, but not as well-rounded as Vermin.
Old Man's Child Vermin
Phenomenal album, different than In Defiance but that just makes the discography richer.
Old Man's Child The Pagan Prosperity
A very good melodic black metal album delivered by Galder. Some of 90s best in this particular genre. Not for the kvltest of black metalheads, but otherwise very good.
Omnium Gatherum New World Shadows
Omnium Gatherum Beyond
Opeth Deliverance
Opeth Watershed
Panopticon Collapse
Periphery Periphery (Instrumental)
Spencer fucking ruins this band. Without him, this shit rocks.
Rammstein Mutter
Rammstein Reise, Reise
Rishloo Living as Ghosts with Buildings as Teeth
Rush Clockwork Angels
Satariel Chifra
Satariel White Ink: Chapter One
Scar Symmetry The Singularity - Phase I: Neohumanity
Slice the Cake Cleansed
Slice the Cake The Man With No Face
Slice the Cake Other Slices
Soilwork The Chainheart Machine
The apogee of their old sound, and their best album overall. If you're an emo faggot, don't touch this and go for Figure Number Five instead.
Soilwork A Predator's Portrait
Soilwork The Living Infinite
Damn, this album was amazing. Those fuckers REALLY did sell out on purpose to make a bigger audience first, and then made a good album. Those dolts likely won't say it's any better than their previous ones, though
Strapping Young Lad The New Black
Swallow the Sun New Moon
More of the stuff that made Swallow the Sun good in the first place. Sad melodies etc. This album focuses more on clean vocals though.
Swallow the Sun Songs From The North I, II & III
Sybreed Antares
Ten Grand The Comprehensive List
TesseracT One
A pretty solid debut from a djent band with ambient inclinations. These guys aren't as poppy or groovy as Periphery, but they're more contemplative and ethereal. If you dig that kind of stuff.
TesseracT Altered State
The Arcane Order In The Wake of Collisions
The Black Dahlia Murder Ritual
Amazing album with great musicianship, songwriting and everything else.
The Boy Will Drown Fetish
The Contortionist Exoplanet
This is the best album bearing the tag of "deathcore" that I've ever heard, it's a musical masterpiece that puts the whole shallow genre to shame. And I like it.
The Contortionist Language
The Devin Townsend Band Synchestra
The Faceless Akeldama
The Few Against Many Sot
The Monolith Deathcult Triumvirate
An album that feels somewhat quirky due to all the themes it encompasses. This can detract from the listening experience moderately, but overall it's a very solid piece with many highlights.
The Ocean Aeolian
The Ocean Fogdiver
The Ocean Fluxion
The Ocean Anthropocentric
The Ocean Pelagial
The Prodigy The Fat of the Land
The Red Chord Fed Through the Teeth Machine
Therion Lemuria
Beautiful, goddamn beautiful. Along with Sirius B this is a real masterpiece. Some songs are boring, though. But not many.
Therion Sirius B
Therion Secret of the Runes
Tristania Beyond the Veil
U2 The Best Of 1990-2000
Unmoored Indefinite Soul-extension
This album's production takes getting used to, but the melodies themselves are breathtaking. A very worthwhile listen by any means.
Vader The Art Of War
Vader The Beast
Vader Welcome to the Morbid Reich
Vale of Pnath The Prodigal Empire
Woe Of Tyrants Threnody
Very melodic, very heavy.. this is probably the finest example of modern American melodath. Like The Black Dahlia Murder but more varied, symphonic and engaging.

3.5 great
A Night in Texas The God Delusion
Abigail Williams The Accuser
Abnormality Contaminating the Hive Mind
Solid brutal death metal with plenty of groove and no hardcore influences at all. Should appeal to the purists, but not only to them.
After the Burial Wolves Within
All Shall Perish The Price of Existence
Greatly made deathcore with a lot of variety, ideas and musicianship. Some breees are there, but they aren't too bad. They do detract from my personal listening experience, though.
All Shall Perish This Is Where It Ends
Allegaeon Fragments Of Form And Function
Allegaeon Formshifter
Allegaeon Elements of the Infinite
Amon Amarth Versus the World
A very good album by Amon Amarth introducing hits such as Death in Fire or the monumental ...And Soon the World Will Cease To Be. Just an Amon Amarth album, not the best, but neither of theirs is the best since all are great.
Amon Amarth With Oden on Our Side
The softest Amon Amarth album to date, but very good nevertheless. Filled with many very catchy songs and emotional melodies, it's probably the best album to get you into the band.
Anomalous Ohmnivalent
Archspire All Shall Align
Assemblage 23 Contempt
Aversions Crown Tyrant
i'm kinda stoked for this, dunno why. from the songs I've heard, it should be quite a pleasant listen
Be'lakor Of Breath and Bone
Cannibal Corpse Kill
Carnal Forge Aren't You Dead Yet?
Carnal Forge Testify for My Victims
Caro Emerald Deleted Scenes From The Cutting Room Floor
Cattle Decapitation The Harvest Floor
Chimp Spanner At the Dream's Edge
Circle of Contempt Artifacts in Motion
Daath The Hinderers
Daath The Concealers
The album is less varied than the previous effort, but pulls off certain quirks better than "The Concealers" did. Doesn't quite live up, but still isn't to be overlooked.
Dark Fortress Ylem
Dark Tranquillity Projector
Decapitated The Negation
Deicide Scars of the Crucifix
Deicide The Stench of Redemption
Some of the best Deicide around, excellent melodies, brutality and overall awesomeness. Pretty fun to listen to, that's for sure.
Dethklok Dethalbum II
The best death metal band in the world doesn't disappoint in the slightest. This album is full of American-flavored melodic death metal with cool neo-classical solos and humorous lyrics, but hitting hard nonetheless.
Devin Townsend Ziltoid the Omniscient
Devin Townsend Project Ki
Quite a captivating album indeed. Not much replay value here, but the perfect thing if you're in the mood for it.
Devin Townsend Project Deconstruction
Honestly, I expected more when Devin said he would make the heaviest album he ever has... this shit sounds like Ziltoid, even worse at times. Heard all that a million times already.
Dimmu Borgir Death Cult Armageddon
The album has less flair than its predecessor, instead incorporating some industrial, nihilistic-sounding themes and being more misanthropic overall than P.E.Misanthropia, ironically enough.
Dimmu Borgir Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia
Dimmu Borgir Enthrone Darkness Triumphant
Dimmu Borgir Stormblast (Re-Recording)
Disarmonia Mundi Mind Tricks
Dog Fashion Disco Sweet Nothings
Dream Theater Black Clouds & Silver Linings
Dyscarnate Enduring the Massacre
ERRA Augment
Guano Apes Walking On A Thin Line
This album is a grower - at the start it's hard to notice anything worthwhile in the may songs it contains, but it grows to be a very enjoyable and light-hearted album containing powerful emotions.
In Flames Black-Ash Inheritance
In Mourning Monolith
A decent progressive melodic death metal output. Its sound can get very tiring after several listens, though.
Insomnium Above the Weeping World
Kataklysm In the Arms of Devastation
Kreator Hordes of Chaos
A fantastic album giving a melodic approach to thrash metal. The highlight of this is the outro song, Demon Prince, a must for any fan of the band.
Kronos Arisen New Era
Lacuna Coil Comalies
Lich King Toxic Zombie Onslaught
Lich King Born of the Bomb
Lorelei Lore of Lies
Make Them Suffer Old Souls
Marina and The Diamonds Froot
Metallica Ride the Lightning
Miseration Your Demons ~ Their Angels
An awesome album with many great influences. Crushingly heavy, but not foregoing melodies and hooks, filled with a unique atmosphere.
Miseration The Mirroring Shadow
This is some immensely good death metal. Even more brutal than The Few Against Many, and much, much more brutal than their debut. Less melodic, without cleans, but colossal nevertheless.
Mors Principium Est The Unborn
Ninth Moon Black Kalyug
Omnium Gatherum The Redshift
A very good album, albeit suffering a bit from bad lyrics and vocal delivery. Songs like "No Breaking Point" or "Chameleon Skin" are freaking hits, though!
Opeth Orchid
Paul Wardingham Assimilate Regenerate
Pendulum Immersion
A very fun and listenable album shifting towards a more vocal approach than the previous ones. Contains some great tracks, but it's not recommended over Hold Your Colour.
Periphery Periphery
Periphery Juggernaut: Omega
Rammstein Herzeleid
Rammstein Liebe Ist Für Alle Da
Ready Set Fall! Memento
Robbie Williams Escapology
Satariel Hydra
This album deserves a higher rating. It's really grown on me, mainly because of its unique ambience and atmosphere. This band deserves to be known better.
Scar Symmetry The Unseen Empire
A step up from Dark Matter Dimensions and a very pleasurable listen, but it cannot get close to the sheer impactfulness of the previous albums.
Skyfire Esoteric
Slayer Reign in Blood
Soilwork Steelbath Suicide
Soilwork Natural Born Chaos
The album's fairly enjoyable, but has its dose of the ailments that soilwork would continue having for all their following albums - bad melodies, subpar instrumentation and overal so-so-ness.
Soilwork The Panic Broadcast
Too emotional as always. I give good grades to albums too early and then have to lower my rating. This album is great, really great (especially for Soilwork), but 4 is all it could get, as it tends to get on the boring side real quick.
Solution .45 For Aeons Past
Only half of the songs are actually good, but good enough to win this album a 3,5. These guys are nowhere near as good as Scar Symmetry, though.
Spiral Architect A Sceptic's Universe
Steve Vai Real Illusions: Reflections
Strapping Young Lad Strapping Young Lad
Fantastic album, I love many tracks off it and it definitely deserves a listen. Highly recommended for fans of extreme metal. Not quite as epic as Alien or City, though.
Sybreed The Pulse of Awakening
Sybreed God Is an Automaton
The Arcane Order The Machinery of Oblivion
The Black Dahlia Murder Nocturnal
The Black Dahlia Murder Everblack
The Eternal Suffering Miasma
The Faceless Planetary Duality
Wonderful album giving off a great futuristic vibe, a very pleasurable listen if you like tech death and sci-fi themes. Plus it has cool artwork. It's not as good as Akeldama though.
The Monolith Deathcult Tetragrammaton
The Ocean Heliocentric
The Ocean The Grand Inquisitor
The Prodigy Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned
The Schoenberg Automaton Vela
Their Dogs Were Astronauts Earthkeeper
Therion Gothic Kabbalah
Therion Deggial
Thy Art Is Murder Hate
Torchbearer Yersinia Pestis
The first album by Torchbearer, being the least melodic and varied of them all, but possessing very prominent influences from the three heaviest brands of extreme metal - a textbook effort on how to mix thrash, black and death. Not to mention it's good.
Trivium Shogun
Vader Litany
Vader Revelations
Vader Impressions In Blood
Vale of Pnath Vale of Pnath
Veil of Maya The Common Man's Collapse
This album is pretty sweet when you're listening to it at the time, but it leaves absolutely no lasting impression, that's how devoid of emotion the songs on it are. Still, very cool at the time of the listening.
Veil of Maya Eclipse
Vildhjarta Masstaden
A very decent Meshuggah clone which breaks the trend of melody-oriented djent bands. And pulls it off pretty decently.
Within Temptation The Silent Force
Xanthochroid Blessed He With Boils

3.0 good
A Night in Texas Invigoration
After the Burial In Dreams
All Shall Perish Awaken the Dreamers
Assemble The Chariots The Sulphur Voids
Avenged Sevenfold City of Evil
Blinded Colony Bedtime Prayers
An average yet pleasant album of the new softer soilwork-like melodeath trend. Props for antireligious themes and decent vocals. This sounds like what Sonic Syndicate would be had they had talent.
Born of Osiris Soul Sphere
Carnifex Die Without Hope
Daath Daath
Dark Fortress Eidolon
Dark Fortress Seance
The album is alright, but it's unremarkable next to their previous two albums, it doesn't stand out in any way, and in truth feels quite half-assed at most times.
Dark Funeral Attera Totus Sanctus
Dark Tranquillity We Are the Void
DT doesn't sell out. In Flames and Soilwork, you should watch them, admire them and follow their example.rThey change, but they do not sell out.
Deicide Till Death Do Us Part
Deicide Amon: Feasting the Beast
Devin Townsend Project Epicloud
Dimmu Borgir In Sorte Diaboli
I have to admit I was a bit hard on this album. It can be enjoyable, very much at it. Doesn't copy the grandeur of their previous works AT ALL, but in small doses it's very enjoyable even.
Divine Heresy Bleed the Fifth
In Flames Come Clarity
Into Eternity Into Eternity
An album of much potential, some of it unrealized or overshadowed by bad production and vocal lines. Still worth checking out for sure.
Kalmah For The Revolution
Kalmah Seventh Swamphony
Lacuna Coil Unleashed Memories
Lacuna Coil Dark Adrenaline
Lich King World Gone Dead
Linkin Park Meteora
Make Them Suffer Neverbloom
Metallica Kill 'Em All
Miseration Tragedy Has Spoken
Makes for a real fun listen, but for me personally this album doesn't have anything that makes me wanna listen to it another time.
Mors Principium Est Inhumanity
A fair melodic death metal album. Gets boring pretty soon, but "Into Illusion" is a great song. Listenable, but nothing to wow about. Seriously.
Mors Principium Est Liberation = Termination
Old Man's Child Slaves Of The World
It's pretty enjoyable but tends to get stale and boring after a while. In any case, it's much more raw and less symphonic than their previous efforts. Still, worthwhile, recommended to fans of the band.
Opeth Heritage
It's pretty good, but you need several listens to appreciate this album. Not very heavy unfortunately but oh well, you can't have everything.
Periphery Periphery II: This Time It's Personal
Periphery Juggernaut: Alpha
Rammstein Rosenrot
Satariel Phobos & Deimos
Scar Symmetry Dark Matter Dimensions
Damn, looks like I got too excited when I wrote this review. The album essentialy has all that made the previous ones good, but unlike those, it feels hollow and unessential.
Slut Charmer Slut Charmer
Soilwork Beyond the Infinite
Swallow the Sun Emerald Forest and the Blackbird
Sybreed Slave Design
Sylosis Conclusion of an Age
Sylosis Edge of the Earth
System of a Down Mezmerize
System of a Down Hypnotize
TesseracT Polaris
The Acacia Strain Continent
There are one or two good songs on this one, but that's too few to warrant it a stellar rating. This feeling may change when you listen to it for enough times, though. It gets better - as opposed to Wormwood, which gets worse. This album can grow on you to become something really good.
The Acacia Strain Wormwood
An album that walks the fine line between legitimate music and food for bros. Enjoyable in small doses, but a chore to listen to for long. Well, that, at least, are the first impressions. The album can grow on you to the point of being thoroughly enjoyable.
The Acacia Strain Death Is the Only Mortal
Listened to Victims of the Cave on Youtube and my impressions are: DAMN, THESE MOTHERFUCKERS STARTED RIPPING OFF MESHUGGAH!
The Acacia Strain Coma Witch
Damn, I really liked the last three albums and I expected something better, but this is fuckign boring. Barely any memorable moments, seems these guys are on their way to becoming Emmure's peers. Even Observer is kinda disappointing and could have been so much better. These guys have done it all and done it better on Continent, Wormwood and DITOM. rThis time around, it looks like the song titles are the only thing they put any effort into, but last time there were at least fun songs on the album.
The Contortionist Intrinsic
The Faceless Autotheism
Vader Necropolis
This album is the epitome of "been there, done that". Probably the least groundbreaking and varied out of all of Vader's releases. Still, it's just as pleasant as any of them.
Within the Ruins Invade
Within the Ruins Phenomena
Woe Of Tyrants Kingdom of Might
Zandelle Vengeance Rising
A worthy Iron Maiden clone. But a clone to the core.

2.5 average
As Blood Runs Black Allegiance
Aversions Crown Servitude
Born of Osiris Tomorrow We Die Alive
Deicide Insineratehymn
Pretty fun, but definitely not the strongest point in Deicide's discography. Bible Basher is lots of fun and the best track here, rec'd for any Deicide fan, that's for certain.
Despised Icon The Ills of Modern Man
Divine Heresy Bringer of Plagues
Into Eternity The Incurable Tragedy
This album gets way too much bashing. Most of the songs are enjoyable, except for the awfully sad title tracks. And the lyrics, they're too overbearing to be enjoyable. Make you think about terrible stuff.
Job for a Cowboy Doom
Lacuna Coil Karmacode
Lacuna Coil In a Reverie
Lacuna Coil Shallow Life
Lacuna Coil have become comfortable with their new mainstream direction, which produced an album that is indeed poppy, but doesn't feel like it's ashamed of its poppiness like Karmacode did.
Lich King Necromantic Maelstrom
Lich King Super Retro Thrash
Metallica St. Anger
Nexilva Eschatologies
Soilwork Stabbing the Drama
Soilwork Figure Number Five
Solution .45 Nightmares In The Waking State Pt. 1
perfecting the void was fucking boring as fuck, if the rest of the album is anything like it then it's highly disappointing to say the least
Therion Sitra Ahra
Has a few true hits, pleasant to listen to, but has some weak tracks on it too (just like Lemuria and Sirius B). Basically only Kali Yuga III is worthwhile.
Trivium Ascendancy
Veil of Maya Matriarch

2.0 poor
Deicide In Torment in Hell
Evanescence Fallen
In Flames Reroute to Remain
It's a ver ver ver ver ver ver veeeeeeeeery average album. Poor, that's what it is.
In Flames Soundtrack to Your Escape
In Flames A Sense of Purpose
Lacuna Coil Broken Crown Halo
Soilwork Sworn to a Great Divide
Trivium Ember to Inferno

1.5 very poor
Attack Attack! (US) Attack Attack!
Attila Guilty Pleasure
Black Veil Brides We Stitch These Wounds
Black Veil Brides Set the World on Fire
Black Veil Brides Wretched and Divine
Brain Drill Quantum Catastrophe
Emmure The Respect Issue
Emmure Speaker of the Dead
Emmure Slave to the Game
Evanescence The Open Door
Far From Horizon Far From Horizon/Cult Of Gaia Split EP
Hannah Montana Hannah Montana
Jonas Brothers Jonas Brothers
Linkin Park A Thousand Suns
Miley Cyrus Breakout
Miley Cyrus The Time of Our Lives
Millionaires Tonight
Prussian Blue Fragment Of The Future
Sonic Syndicate Only Inhuman
Sonic Syndicate Burn This City
Teenagecore. The new singer has a pleasant voice, but that does not justify playing teenager punk and labelling oneself as melodic death at the same time.
The Juliet Massacre Pray For An Afterlife
Trivium The Crusade
Waking the Cadaver Beyond Cops, Beyond God
Waking the Cadaver Real-Life Death

1.0 awful
brokeNCYDE BC 13
Carbonized Gnawing Mandible Harvested and Disposed
Drifting Icon Submerged in the Andromeda
Emmure Felony
Emmure Eternal Enemies
Grumblecunt I Piss Shit
Hannah Montana Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus
Justin Bieber My World
Justin Bieber My World 2.0
Justin Bieber Under the Mistletoe
Justin Bieber Believe
Miley Cyrus Can't Be Tamed
Millionaires Bling Bling Bling!
Millionaires Cash Only
Sonic Syndicate We Rule the Night
The Juliet Massacre Demo
wee dee dee doo, wee dee dee dee dee dee doo! wee dee dee doo, wee dee dee dee dee dee doo!
Torsofuck Erotic Diarrhea Fantasy
Waking the Cadaver Perverse Recollections of a Necromangler

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