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5.0 classic
Deftones White Pony
Deftones Koi No Yokan
Depeche Mode Violator
Fonky Family Art De Rue
Hammock Departure Songs
A truly phenomenal work of art. Deep, etheral, melodic, touching, beautiful, emotional... the list of positive adjectives goes on for a long time, simply because Hammock have created an album that shows the world that they have outperformed themselves and reached musical boundaries few in their genre would ever dare touch upon. Simply put, Hammock are the masters of their craft. A must-buy.
John Coltrane Blue Train
Katatonia Last Fair Deal Gone Down
Nasum Human 2.0
P.M. Dawn Of The Heart, Of The Soul And Of The Cross
Porcupine Tree In Absentia
Radiohead OK Computer

4.5 superb
Aesop Rock None Shall Pass
I want to personally thank Aesop Rock for being one of many rap/hip-hop artists that prove that there is still hope for that genre polluted by crap artists. While the single "None Shall Pass" is one of the sickest songs I have ever heard, this entire album deserves a million listens. Aesop Rock is a genius.
Alice in Chains Jar of Flies
Alice in Chains Dirt
Blindspott Blindspott
Quite possibly one of the best albums New Zealand will ever have to offer. An incredible effort that shows how aggression, intensity and emotion can be meshed together and not sound boring, rushed or bizarre to the listener. A must for anyone looking for Rock/Metal that dares to add some interesting flavors.
Circle of Contempt Entwine the Threads
Circle Of Contempt have seriously stepped their game up since Artifacts In Motion. The new members seem to have added an entirely new dimension to COC's music, especially new singer Denis Hautaniemi, who literally blows away everything the old singer ever did (the old guy was pretty much trying to rip off every deathcore vocalist out there, whereas Denis takes a more Melo-Death approach). The guitar work is more adventurous than ever (the "solo" at the end of Transient Belief is beautiful) and the drumming is better than ever. The bassist is a little absent from the mix though.rAll in all, this E.P. rocks! COC definitely have a lot of talent, and this shows here.
Dalek From Filthy Tongue Of Gods And Griots
Now THIS is how Rap/Hip Hop should really sound like.
David Dallas The Rose Tint
Dead Letter Circus This Is The Warning
Deftones Diamond Eyes
Will the Deftones ever make a bad album? NEVER!! Proof? Diamond Eyes.
Diana Krall The Girl In The Other Room
Digital Summer Cause and Effect
Digital Summer Counting The Hours
To all those who think rock music is dead or full of bands like Nickelback:rDigital Summer have more passion, rage and intelligence than 99% of artists out there, regardless of musical genre. These guys know how to craft powerful, angst-filled, emotional, touching and stellar songs over and over again without repeating themselves. I have seen some of their videos and heard all their songs. They do EVERYTHING on their own, which is something to admire. They deserve to be known by everyone and be bigger. So stop snubbing rock music, listen to Digital Summer and hear great music.
Digital Summer Breaking Point
DIR EN GREY DUM SPIRO SPERO
is this our Japanese friends' best album? It all comes down to personal opinion. Is it their most artistic and well-crafted piece of work? Most definitely! DEG have shown us their ease of playing both heavy and melodic music. Dum Spiro Spero is no exception.
Edgewater South Of Sideways
Edgewater is easily one of the most underrated bands to have ever existed. South Of Sideways is an album packed with intense emotions, really good vocals (located somewhere between nu-metal and post-grunge), simple yet solid guitar work, great basslines (the bass on "Neglected" is insane, catchy and surprisingly memorable) and gnarly but great production/sound.
Eiffel 65 Europop
Explosions in the Sky The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place
Hammock Kenotic
Despite sometimes sounding repetitive, Kenotic is a well-crafted and beautiful album.
Isis Panopticon
Panopticon is near-perfection. The changes in mood, ambiance, emotions, song structures and tones are so neatly executed it's insanely hard to ignore the extent of talent Isis has. The songs appear so simple yet so complex at the same time. The minimalistic atmosphere of it all actually pushes the listener to dwelve more into the beauty of Panopticon. Simply put, this is the magnum opus of post-metal.
Jakob Solace
A little less melodic than their previous efforts, Jakob's third opus Solace is nonetheless darker, moodier, and more intense. Tracks like Pneumonia will surely remind people of ISIS' heavier songs, while Lonesome and Safety In Numbers sees our Kiwi friends try to reach for your deepest emotions. A fantastic album.
Jakob Cale:Drew
Jakob Dominion
Jesu Silver
This. EP. ROCKS!!! Dear Mr. Broadrick, I salute your ability to play simple yet compelling, beautiful, ethereal and heavy songs all at once.
Katatonia Dead End Kings
It became clear and obvious that since releasing Viva Emptiness, Katatonia were poised to one day release an album with a sound far more oriented towards Progressive Rock than anything they have ever done. If you are someone that seeks haunting yet stratospheric melodies, soundscaping that pushes you to evade your mind, and an overall musicianship that dares to deliver complex yet compelling songs, this album is for you. Special mentions goes to Jonas Renkse, whose vocals abilities never cease to amaze.
Machine Head Burn My Eyes
Massive Attack Mezzanine
Mt. Eden MEDS EP
The only dubstep artist worth listening to in the world.
Mutiny Within Synchronicity
Nas Illmatic
Now THIS is hip-hop/rap. Illmatic has everything a true album in that genre needs: tight beats, great flows, thoughtful lyrics and downright dirty sound.
Novembre The Blue
This album leaves me absolutely breathless and speechless. The melodies and heavy parts are unbelievably well tied together. the vocals are impressive to say the least. Novembre is a terribly underrated band.
Palms Palms
Parabelle Your Starry Eyes Will Never Make Us Even
Paul Oakenfold Great Wall
Pelican The Fire in Our Throats Will Beckon...
Radiohead Kid A
Rosetta The Galilean Satellites
Seven Cymatics
Sigur Ros Takk...
SMV Thunder
Dat Bass Ensemble... Just, Dat Bass Ensemble... It's groovy, funky, amazing and interesting.
Stendeck Faces
Tech N9ne All 6's and 7's
Thrice The Illusion of Safety
Tool Aenima
Twelve Foot Ninja Silent Machine
The first listen of Silent Machine will make you say and think "What the fuuuuuck??". But the more you listen to Twelve Foot Ninja, the more you will discover a band will massive potential crafting a beast album. Every song is so damn well written that even the most seemingly comical moments will become fundamentally important pieces to this complex yet masterful album. From the colorful opener "Coming For You" to the soulful and even groovy "Mother Sky" (which proves that reggae, jazz, and metal can meld together) to the gorgeously sounding "Liberation" (my favorite song on this album), pretty much anyone will hear a song that will intrigue them here. Fans of Meshuggah, Deftones, Cog, P.O.D., and Faith No More, please start lining up.
Ultraspank Progress
Easily the best and hands down most criminally underrated nu-metal band to have ever existed. Seriously, how many nu-metal bands have had the balls to try and add actual melodies to skull-crushing riffs, surprisingly good singing ("Stuck") to above-average nu-metal rapping, and write an album that can blur the lines between a ton of other rock/metal subgenres? Ultraspank did.

4.0 excellent
10 Years The Autumn Effect
A Life Once Lost A Great Artist
One insanely unforgiving and brutal album. Fans of Meshuggah, Lamb Of God, Pantera and Between The Buried And Me, get this!
Allele Point of Origin
Let us get one thing straight: Allele's music is miles away from being the most groundbreaking to ever be. But the Jacksonville band's musicianship is downright amazing. From punishing yet melodic guitar work (especially on "Stitches") to powerful drumming to groovy bass lines to Wally Wood's truly phenomenal vocal performance, Point Of Origin is a near-perfect example of what Alternative Metal sounds like. Fans of Deftones, Cold (Kelly Hayes of Cold's fame is the lead guitarist on this album), Staind, Helmet and Breaking Benjamin, get this album NOW!
Antagonist A.D. Old Bones Make New Blooms
As They Burn Will, Love, Life
Born of Osiris The Discovery
BOO have given birth to a fantastic album that blurs the lines between Melodeath, Progressive Metal (especially with the guitar work), Symphonic Metal, and Deathcore. Please give this monsters of a band a listen, you will not regret it.
Botch We Are the Romans
Breaking Benjamin We Are Not Alone
Burst Origo
Caliban I Am Nemesis
While it might not reinvent any wheels or offer something groundbreaking in any way, but this is one solid album that shows how these Germans are able to take musical genres like Metalcore, Deathcore and Melodic Death Metal, pull them apart and put them back together to offer something that is intense, fresh and radically better from what 99% of bands out there offer.
Circa Survive On Letting Go
Circa Survive Blue Sky Noise
Cold Year Of The Spider
Common Be
Cult of Luna Vertikal
Dark Tranquillity Fiction
Deftones Deftones
Deftones Around the Fur
Denial Method The Surface and the Vision
Depeche Mode Playing The Angel
DIR EN GREY Withering To Death
I would personally suggest this album to anyone getting into Japanese rock as a first introduction. While it very much retains the visual kei elements that made DEG a household name in their native Japan, they managed to incorporate more "western" musical components to their already unique sound and deliver an album that both eastern an western audiences of rock and metal can appreciate and indulge into without problem.
DIR EN GREY Uroboros
Eminem The Eminem Show
Filter Title Of Record
Foo Fighters The Colour and the Shape
For the Fallen Dreams Changes
Fozzy All That Remains
Hammock Raising Your Voice... Trying to Stop an Echo
Heaven Shall Burn Antigone
Hopesfall A Types
Isis Temporal
Jakob Subsets of Sets
Jesu Ascension
John Coltrane Afro-Blue Impressions
Kimbra Vows
Linkin Park Hybrid Theory
Machine Head The More Things Change...
Machine Head The Blackening
Misery Signals Controller
Mudvayne L.D. 50
Mudvayne The End of All Things to Come
Their most overlooked work to date. TEOATTC may be a pretty radical departure from LD 50, but that does nopt mean that this album is a let down. In fact, it sees Mudvayne mature enormously and delivering an amazing album. "World So Cold", "The Patient Mental", "Trapped In The Wake Of A Dream", and "Skrying" and all insane and some truly underrated masterpieces.
Parkway Drive Atlas
Another skull crushing delivery from Australia's lead metalcore titans. They could try and change/add a few things here and there (clean vocals and shredding are seriously lacking in PD's music).
Porcupine Tree Deadwing
Though not as stellar as the masterpiece that is In Abstentia, Deadwing still shows us that PT can deliver their beautiful, artsy, and adventurous sound over and over again without sounding repetitive.
Refused The Shape of Punk to Come
Saturate The Point of No Return
Saving Grace Unbreakable
An unforgiving, brutal and downright skull-crushing album by one of New Zealand's biggest metal bands currently in existence. Also a new standard for Christian Metal.
Seether Karma and Effect
Senses Fail Let It Enfold You
Sigur Ros ( )
Sigur Ros Valtari
Six60 Six60
Skindred Babylon
Soilwork Stabbing the Drama
Staind 14 Shades of Grey
I was at first reluctant to listen to this album, given that it's Staind's most melodic and mellow album. But in the end, 14 Shades Of Grey comes out as an actually great album full of surprisingly well thought-out melodies ("Fill Me Up" and "Falling Down" are unexpectedly catchy and solid songs with nice hard riffs mixed in with very eerie moments), beautiful harmonies and a touching performance by Aaron Lewis on certain songs ("Zoe Jane", "Blow Away"). Fans of the band's harder/heavier material might not appreciate this album, but Staind prove to us that they can write very melodic sings while retaining the elements that make them who they are.
Sunk Loto Between Birth and Death
Tech N9ne Everready (The Religion)
Tech N9ne Absolute Power
Tech N9ne Boiling Point
The Dillinger Escape Plan One of Us Is the Killer
The End Within Dividia
The Offspring Americana
Those Who Fear Unholy Anger
Ladies and gents, this is one veeeeery punishing, heavy, unforgiving album. The Pittsburgh band delivers here a true hardcore album.
Threat Signal Under Reprisal
Underworld dubnobasswithmyheadman
Unloco Becoming I
Upon a Burning Body The World Is Ours
Vertical Horizon Everything You Want
The ideal representation of mainstream alt-rock bands from the 1990s and early 2000s.

3.5 great
3 Doors Down Away From The Sun
Nothing exceptional compared to the rest of the rock pack of the time, but AFTS is nonetheless a nice package of radio-friendly rock tunes.
Antagonist A.D. Nothing From No One
Blindspott End The Silence
While a bit of a let down compared to Blindspott's stellar debut album, End The Silence is nonetheless a seriously good album with some very dark melodies, gloomy soundscaping, heartfelt vocals, and some really heavy riffs ("Stay"). May I also add that Blindspott are here sounding a lot like the Deftones?
Breaking Benjamin Dear Agony
Breaking Benjamin Phobia
Burst Prey on Life
Chevelle Wonder What's Next
Chimaira Crown Of Phantoms
The line-up changes have really altered Chimaira's sound, mostly in a good way, to be honest. Crown Of Phantoms is not as aggressive or in-your-face as the Cleveland-based band's prior efforts, but it still boasts a good amount of solid riffs, brutal dynamics, and Mark Hunter sounds a lot angrier and gut-wrenched than ever before. Overall, this is a good labum that shows that Hunter and (new) co. still have it in them.
Deftones Saturday Night Wrist
Given the circumstances the Deftones found themselves at the time (I'm looking at your feuds, Chino and Stephen), the Deftones still managed to come off with a solid album full of eerie melodies, heavy riffs and stellar vocal performances. Sure it's miles away from their other albums, sure most songs seem rushed, and sure the sound quality is awkwardly uneven at times. But let's face it: If they had not released SNW, the Deftones would have more than likely disbanded.
Diana Krall When I Look in Your Eyes
Disturbed The Sickness
From Zero One Nation Under
It's certainly is your average nu-metal album, but From Zero somehow manages to write and play really nice melodies combined with an actually quite good vocal performance.
Hammock Chasing After Shadows...Living with the Ghosts
Hoobastank Hoobastank
Jesu Opiate Sun
Jesu Christmas
Linkin Park Meteora
Meteora is a great album, no doubts about it. However, compared to the fantastic piece of art that is HT, Linkin Park's sophomore album sounds a little strange at times, and it even feels as if the band went slightly lazy. This is evident with the repetitive song structure. Also, the album feels a little dark at time (while a beautiful song, "breaking the habit" tends to feel depressing at times). It seems that Linkin Park could have easily worked on Meteora a liiiiiittle more, but it still stands as an incredible album with memorable, strong tunes.
Massive Attack 100th Window
Meshuggah Koloss
Mnemic Mechanical Spin Phenomena
Nothingface Violence
Oceano Depths
Pros: Amazing vocal performance (so much anger, power and depth at the same time), solid guitar work (special mentions go to the final segment of "Samael The Destroyer" and the instrumental track "Depths"), drums are, for the most part, very good.rCons: Way too overproduced (like virtually every single album our friend Joey Sturgis has produced up to date), songs do get repetitive after a couple listens (hey, it's Deathcore at its purest. Don't set your expectation too highly), nearly non-existent bass.
Papa Roach Getting Away with Murder
Paul Oakenfold Bunkka
Pelican What We All Come To Need
Puddle of Mudd Come Clean
Senses Fail Let it Enfold You-Special Edition
Senses Fail Renacer
I had serious doubts about this band for years now. They were a good emo band on their first album (even though I dislike that genre), but then they released a string of really disappointing albums. However, Renacer sees the New Jersey band take an actually interesting path on here, trying to sound a LOT more aggresive, darker, and "in-your-face", resulting in an actually really good rock/metal album with solid hardcore foundations. Think Rise Against, Thrice, Parkway Drive and Chevelle mixed together. Not the best album of the year, but definitely a great one.
Solace (CAN) Call & Response
Karl Schubach is a talented musician, there is no doubt about that. The man knows how play heavy and
brutal music while still having room for catchy and beautiful melodies. The fact that he has also don this
album mostly on his own prove that our Canadian friend has guts and really wants to showcase his
awesomeness. Nevertheless, I just want to point out one thing that bugs me on this album. Literally EVERY
SINGLE SONG on Call And Response is about anti-religion related themes. Now I'm not religious, but I have
no problem with religion at all. The simple fact that Karl only writes about bashing the living s**t out of
religion all the time personally disturbs me. Actually, come to think of it, Karl seems to be indirectly
praising/supporting the efforts of militant atheists by asking for evidence ("with no evidence..." from Curse
Of The Living). A little lyrical diversity could have made this album phenomenal.
Spitalfield Better Than Knowing Where You Are
While this is not the band's best material, nor is it the most original Pop-Punk album out there, BTKWYA is nonetheless a solid album full of catchy songs that are actually really nice to listen. Spitalfield always seem to have a good grasp on melodic tunes, and this album shows that.
Staind Chapter V
An overall great album by Staind. The sound quality may not be as clean as their previous albums and the bass and drums seem a little weak at times, but otherwise the songs are still awesome and worht listening to. Some standouts include "Right Here", "Paper Jesus" and "King Of All Excuses".
Static-X Wisconsin Death Trip
Punishing guitars. Steady yet aggressive rhythm section. Interesting use of programming/machines. Simple yet effective vocals. All in all a great album.
Tech N9ne K.O.D.
TesseracT Altered State
Tesseract has greatly evolved from their first album. Ashe has a pretty damn good voice. While many will consider this a weakness, the fact that most songs on here sounds similar actually enables us to see how the British band is capable of doing musically with a same musical formula.
Tool 10,000 Days
Underworld A Hundred Days Off
Compared to the rest of Underworld's discography, A Hundred Days Off is a bit of a let down/disappointment. But if listeners dare to look beyond that comparison, they will discover an actually enjoyable lounge album.
Underworld Oblivion with Bells

3.0 good
Cold 13 Ways to Bleed On Stage
Cold Cold
Cold Superfiction
Device Device
Not a bad effort at all, just not really groundbreaking or amazing. It pretty much sounds like Disturbed going electronic.
Diana Krall Quiet Nights
Evans Blue Graveyard of Empires
It's time to face facts: Evans Blue will never reach the peak of awesomeness they could have reached with Kevin Matisyn. Nevertheless, GoE is a solid rock album that is a significant step up from the band's disappointing third effort.
Glass Cloud The Royal Thousand
A globally well rounded album. While the vocals are very well done and the rhythm section, albeit sounding a little too close to generic metalcore, keeps the album going smoothly, the guitar work deserves special recognition for its astonishing variety between Meshuggah-esque heaviness, Animals As Leaders-like soloing and Circa Survive-sounding melodies. rSome songs do tend to sound a little too close to material from bands like TDWP and Sky Eats Plane, but Glass Clouds still have a sound very much of their own. They do their best to differentiate themselves from the rest of the metalcore pack, which deserves some respect.
Heaven Shall Burn Invictus (Iconoclast III)
Hoobastank The Reason
Decent album at best. The Reason is a lot less impressive and not as well crafted as Hooba's debut album.
There are some very good tracks on this album, namely the first three tracks that had huge radio-friendly
potential. Unfortunately, the super-mega-hit "The Reason", while sounding nice back in good ol' 2004, is
now just an annoying pile of ugliness that, let us just face it, ruined this band. It's a shame because
Hoobastank have a lot of potential.
Jesu Heart Ache/Dethroned
Jesu Pale Sketches
Kenny G. Breathless
Mnemic The Audio Injected Soul
Mudvayne Lost and Found
Muse The Resistance
Warning/Spoiler Alert: If you like Depeche Mode, Radiohead, and Goldfrapp, this album is for you. If you like Muse's old material, be prepared to either adapt to or forget this album.
P.O.D. Testify
Papa Roach The Paramour Sessions
Phillip Phillips The World from the Side of the Moon
Not a too shabby record. Some great songs (including lead single "Home", which is mystically catchy for some reason), but nothing too original. Definitely a road trip friendly album.
Soilwork Sworn to a Great Divide
Static-X Shadow Zone
Taproot Welcome
The Blackout Hope
The End Elementary
The Haarp Machine Disclosure
This is basically your typical Sumerian Records album: lots of impressive guitar work (definitely the best aspect of this album), math-defying drumming patterns (courtesy of former Threat Signal skin crusher Alex Rudinger), vocals that range from metalcore-esque growls and screams to flailing cleans, and lots of changes in time signatures. It will sound impressive if you have yet to know the kingdom of Sumerian Records. However, if you are already accustomed to said kingdom, this will not really stand out to you. Unless you are able to appreciate snippets of middle-eastern sounds placed here and there.
The Rasmus Dead Letters
Twisted Method Escape From Cape Coma
Given that this is a nu-metal album, it's not bad, just not particularly original. There are some very nice songs like "Awkward Silence". Globally, TM sounds like a blend of Linkin Park, Mudvayne and Taproot.

2.5 average
Architects The Here and Now
Chingy Jackpot
Nothing really exceptional to say. Well, Chingy IS capable of rapping over/choosing some pretty good tunes ("One Call Away") and his rapping style is a nice mix of singing and rapping. But yeah, in the end, Jackpot is your typical mainstream rap opus.
Cold A Different Kind of Pain
Fear Factory Transgression
Look: FF tried something different here. Some songs are actually really good ("Echo Of My Scream"), some are obviously rushed but still sound alright ("540,000 Degrees Fahrenheit", the Korn-sounding "Millenium"), the rest is a mess of poorly though out and radio-whoring songs. I'm surprised the phenomenal song "My Grave" is not a song on the actual tracklist.
Hacktivist Hacktivist
Hacktivist seem to have tons of really good ideas, among them the possibility of mixing Rap with Djent. Unfortunately, they just cannot mash these two genres in a cohesive, believable manner.r
Lifer Lifer
Part alternative metal, part nu metal. This album does possess some actually really good songs ("Ugly" is surprisingly catchy and well-written, and will most likely get stuck in you head for a very long time), but overall it fails to deliver anything really interesting. Fans of Deftones, Helmet, Taproot (in their early days) and Staind will definitely dig it, others will not get much out of it.
Machinemade God The Infinity Complex
Not a terrible album at all, but not a great one either. Machinemade God does sound way too much like Caliban on this album (Especially the vocalist, who seems to be doing more of an Andreas Dorner impression than actually doing his own thing). However, the guitar work is actually quite good and the sound quality is raw without sounding too dirty and under-mixed. Fans of euro-styled Metalcore will definitely get their share of pleasure.
Nickelback The Long Road
Probably the only decent album they've ever released in my opinion. Someday is pretty catchy (albeit being a carbon copy of How You Remind Me) and Believe It Or Not is actually quite good. otherwise, this is pretty much alike what Nickleback has ever produced.
Tech N9ne Klusterfuk
Not a terrible effort, but Tech N9ne can deliver much better material than this. This is weak and uninspired.
Three Days Grace Three Days Grace
Upon a Burning Body Red. White. Green.
Red, White, Green. is definitely a lot less impressive than UABB's first album. The lyrics are still corny as hell,
but show a little more depth and imagination. The drums are incredible, but the guitar work now pretty much
only consists of chugging, palm mutes and OCCASIONAL solos that last no more than 8 seconds. Seguro que
nuestros amigos de San Antonio pueden producir algo mejor que esto.

2.0 poor
All That Remains A War You Cannot Win
These guys have really gone downhill recently. They went from an amazing band mixing metalcore and melodeath to some sort of poor man's five finger death punch (who are ok at best). AWYCW sounds like a rushed hard rock album. A shame given the fact that they obviously have a lot of talent.
Caliban The Awakening
"I Will Never Let You Down" is the only good song on this album (it's a superb and powerful song). The rest of the album is unoriginal, bland and lacks any sense of creativity.
Drop Dead, Gorgeous In Vogue
This is basically your typical mid-to-late 2000s post-hardcore/emo/screamo album by some strangely named band from some lesser known part of the USA (Well, even if it is a big city, Denver was not a big musical hotspot until very recently). Nothing really stands out here: annoying whinny vocals, distinguishable guitar playing repetitive chords, bland rhythm section, poorly written/confusing lyrics, and an unequal sound production. Not worth a listen.
Eminem Relapse
Evans Blue Evans Blue
Five Finger Death Punch The Wrong Side of Heaven and The Righteous Side...
What happened? Ok, I was never a big 5FDP fan, but their first two albums were pretty damn good nonetheless. American Capitalist was average at best. Now, we have this... i really do not know what to say. It sounds like Metallica trying to sound hip and cool again whilst trying to incorporate hardcore in their music.
Hellyeah Hellyeah
P.O.D. When Angels and Serpents Dance
Puddle of Mudd Volume 4: Songs in the Key of Love and Hate
What have you done, Puddle Of Mudd, what have you done??? What it his abomination?
Spineshank Anger Denial Acceptance
Taproot Blue-Sky Research
Threat Signal Threat Signal
This band has sadly lost all credibility, talent and worth. They were full of promises when "Under Reprisal" came out, but the constant lineup changes, disastrous touring schedules and below average second and third albums have pretty much destroyed this band's potential.

1.5 very poor
3 Doors Down 3 Doors Down
Either 3DD got really lazy this time around, or they simply lost their worth. With the notable exception of one or two songs, this album is dull and hard to listen to. The overall quality is severely watered down, which creates a muddled and poorly sounding result. 3DD's worst album? Pretty much, yes.
Adema Topple the Giants
Stupid album cover, tired musical formula, laughable vocals (some of the worst i have ever heard)... come on Adema, you are waaaaaaaaay past your time. This is not 2001 anymore. Almost no one cares about nu-metal anymore.
Mudvayne The New Game
Skrillex Bangarang

1.0 awful
No One No One
The bland, dumb, mind-numbingly stupid, run down side of nu metal in all its might. Chemical is the ONLY
remotely decent song on this album, the other songs are nothing more than total ripoffs of other nu metal
bands.
Papa Roach Metamorphosis
Wiz Khalifa Rolling Papers
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