Average Rating: 3.38
Rating Variance: 0.61
Objectivity Score: 81% (Well Balanced)
Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name5.0 classicPrimus Sailing the Seas of Cheese4.5 superbGrant Kirkhope Banjo-KazooieMad Season Live at The MooreTalking Heads Stop Making SenseThe Mars Volta Live4.0 excellentA Perfect Circle A Perfect Circle Live: Featuring Stone and EchoAnberlin DevotionAntemasque AntemasqueChevelle Hats Off to the BullCoheed and Cambria The Afterman: DescensionCrosses CrossesGrant Kirkhope Donkey Kong 64 Original SoundtrackHail the Villain Population: DecliningHelms Alee Sleepwalking SailorsKiller Be Killed Killer Be KilledThis doesn't sound like I thought it would, but I ended up enjoying it big time. The diversity between Troy, Max and Greg's vocals gives the songs lots of twists in tone, all while offering some really heavy riffs and mind-blowingly fluid rhythms. Don't let the radio-friendly opener fool you; this is heavy stuff from one of the best metal supergroups to appear in a while.Mount Salem EndlessWith a tight grip on psychedelia and Black Sabbath proto-metal, all topped off with a distinctive and unique vocalist at the mic, Mount Salem make an invigorating trip with Endless, an album that finally adds some spice to the doom metal brew.Omar Rodriguez-Lopez Old MoneyPrimus Frizzle FryPrimus Pork SodaSavlonic RedSparta Wiretap ScarsThe Damned Things IroniclastTrioscapes Digital Dream SequenceChanneling the spirits of classic King Crimson, Trioscapes don't do well with leading the listener into their brand of jam madness, instead deciding to blow their mind from the get-go. Digital Dream Sequence is rampantly impenetrable, but it's worth working through the spiralling sax trills and quantum physics drum rhythms to get to its lush rewards.3.5 greatChevelle La GargolaCoheed and Cambria The Afterman: AscensionEl Grupo Nuevo de Omar Rodriguez-Lopez CryptomnesiaFall Out Boy Save Rock and RollFeist/Mastodon FeistodonJamie Christopherson Metal Gear Rising Revengeance (Vocal Tracks)Primus Miscellaneous DebrisSmooth McGroove VGM Acapella: Volume 2The Prodigy World's On FireWeebl's Stuff Shabby Bacon Hut3.0 goodAnberlin LowbornCage The Elephant MelophobiaDevice DeviceLesser Key Lesser KeyPowerman 5000 Builders of the FuturePrimus Suck on ThisRed Line Chemistry Dying For a LivingShaman's Harvest ShineSix Side Die My EnemySkrillex RecessThe Parlor Mob Dogs2.5 averageAWOLNATION Megalithic SymphonyBassnectar VAVA VOOMChevelle Stray Arrows - A Collection Of FavoritesDJ Pon-3 Skream Me Some MoreHollywood Undead American TragedyJimmy Fallon Blow Your Pants OffKillswitch Engage Disarm the Descent2.0 poorAlex Clare The Lateness Of The HourLinkin Park RechargedThe Offspring Days Go By1.5 very poorSeether Seether: 2002-2013Thousand Foot Krutch Oxygen: InhaleIt's bad enough that this album is so simple and derivative, but when you have to work to find a legitimate radio hook in a mainstream rock album, you've hit rock bottom. This is Thousand Foot Krutch's worst album yet, one that's dull and downright awkward to listen to.
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