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1349 Hellfire2.0
Abigor Nachthymnen (From The Twilight Kingdom)4.0
A unique, great piece of black metal. Abigor has its roots in the Norwegian second wave
music, but have a sound of their own on here. A slight usage of female vocals and synths
here and there make up a great effect. But trust me, there's no overuse, the music is mainly
very harsh and true black metal, but with an elegant side. In a good way.
Acid Witch Witchtanic Hellucinations3.5
Annihilator Never, Neverland2.5
Annihilator Alice in Hell4.5
Anthrax Spreading the Disease4.0
My favorite and in my opinion the best LP from Anthrax.
The variety is great, the production fits the music and contains many memorable songs.
Anthrax Among the Living4.0
Anthrax State of Euphoria4.0
Arphaxat Loudun la Maudite4.0
At The Gates Slaughter of the Soul3.0
A good listen, but expected way more from this. Maybe melodeath isn't my thing though.
Atheist Piece of Time4.0
Atheist Unquestionable Presence4.5
damn
Autopsy Severed Survival4.5
So ace old-school, a bit doom-influenced death metal.
Autopsy Mental Funeral4.5
Mental funeral doesn't demolish your family jewels with lightning-fast blast beats or double
bass. It doesn't need to.

What Mental funeral does, is that it fits the name perfectly. The atmosphere is unique for a
death metal album, and every instrument makes sense at every moment. Still, Mental Funeral
is far from being an overly-polished, boring product. The raw nature is very apparent and
this is in no way a melodic metal release.

When compared to the band's another excellent output, Severed Survival, the album is
surprisingly different but still sounds like good ol' Autopsy. The consistency of Mental
Funeral is close to perfect, every track has got something of its own and fits, but still
the album feels like a book: not just a compilation of good songs, but excellent as a whole.
And the same goes for the atmosphere.

My only con would be the less badass bass guitar, which is still pretty apparent but can't
be compared to DiGiorgio's performance on Severed Survival.
Very highly recommended to fans
of old school death metal. 4.5/5
Bathory Blood Fire Death4.0
Bathory Bathory4.0
Bathory Under the Sign of the Black Mark4.5
Quorthon, a lone man gone years ago before the day. Mindblowing, especially as this is among the first released true black metal records!
Beheaded Ominous Bloodline4.0
An enjoyable brutal death metal record, short and sweet - with some ultra-guttural vocals!
Behemoth Zos Kia Cultus (Here And Beyond)3.5
Behemoth ....From The Pagan Vastelands3.5
Behemoth Sventevith (Storming Near The Baltic)4.0
Severely overlooked, even if you can't really call this original, it's still some great quality cold black metal with really nice folk elements that actually fit the music.
Beherit The Oath Of Black Blood3.5
Beherit At The Devil's Studio 19903.5
Probably even better than The Oath of Black Blood, raw and bestial as fuck
Behexen By the Blessing of Satan4.0
By the Blessing of Satan is a very authentic black metal album. No tricks, no flirting with excessive synths (doubt there's any), weird vocals, folk elements or anything. Just black metal, "true" kind, if you may. The production is very good, raw as it should be but not demo junk either, it's... just right. Behexen might not be utterly original, but they're great at what they do. Every fan of 90's classic black metal, give this a run!
Black Funeral Vampyr - Throne Of The Beast4.0
Very good underground release, contains a very haunting and well... vampiric atmosphere. Needs more love.
Black Sabbath Dehumanizer2.5
Black Sabbath Mob Rules3.0
Black Sabbath Black Sabbath3.5
Black Sabbath Heaven and Hell3.5
Blasphemy Fallen Angel of Doom3.0
As a lover of raw, filthy and dark-as-hell black metal, I very rarely complain about
production. But on this it sadly annoys me, as it's inconsistent (meaning that on some
tracks it's better/different that on some others) and most of the time much unbalanced,
oriented to the left channel (at least on my CD version). I know I sound like a douche but a
balanced L/R production is the very only thing I must have production-wise.

Otherwise, this is pretty nice slab of some really hatred-full black metal with death metal
influences. The vocals are really good, which is the best thing on this. Not your usual
Norwegian screeching, but a very dark tone he has.

Tracks worth of checking are at least Ritual and Darkness Prevails, the latter
having one of the most demonic and hateful intros ever.
Blind Guardian Follow the Blind3.5
Blind Guardian Battalions of Fear3.5
Blind Guardian Tales from the Twilight World4.5
Blind Guardian simply took my breath away with this. Awesome fusion of classic, fast guitar-heavy speed metal and old-school power metal without any cheesy use of synths. The vocals, while not quite perfected yet, are also fantastic for this type of music. 4.4/5
Bloodbath Resurrection Through Carnage4.0
A great modern old-school death metal album with a true Swedish sound. On one hand very consistent, on the other hand the album is very samey which is the biggest flaw.
Bloodbath Breeding Death4.0
A great EP, three songs of good ol' straightforward death metal with no tricks.
Bloodbath Nightmares Made Flesh4.5
An essential old school death metal album - even if it's released in 2004, don't let that fool you. This is Bloodbath at their best, they took the punishing sound they already had and cranked it up to 11, without compromising any of their good riffs or simplistic brutality. Nightmares Made Flesh shows that you can make great extreme metal without taking things too seriously, the Swedes were certainly having a fun time recording this. 4.3/5
Bolt Thrower Mercenary3.5
Very hard to decide between 3.5 and 4, but I'll be conservative for now. Not as essential as most of the band's cataloque, but if you like the band this is a safe buy.
Bolt Thrower Those Once Loyal4.0
Bolt Thrower Realm of Chaos4.0
Bolt Thrower War Master4.0
I just gotta love the vocals. Awesome. Perfect sounding death metal with some grind parts.
Bolt Thrower ...For Victory4.0
Bolt Thrower The IVth Crusade4.5
Bolt Thrower is quite an exceptional example of death metal. Musically, or technically,
the band remains pretty simple, and the tempos are mostly closer to doom metal than,
say, grind. But they make it work. Actually, it wouldn't be far too wrong to
call this a death/doom album.

For The IVth Crusade, Bolt Thrower focused more on creating a dark, desperate
atmosphere representing the horrors of war.
The album doesn't have any insane blast-fests that rip you into pieces.
Instead, it will devastate you with its melancholic atmosphere and make you think about how
lucky you are not being involved in war, or the Fourth crusade of the 13th century.
Brutal Truth Extreme Conditions Demand Extreme Responses4.0
Burzum Filosofem3.5
The first four songs are great, but then comes the pretty useless 25-minute instrumental rcollection of a few notes, and Decrepitude II which has no significant different to the I, ronly that's a bit less interesting.rAside of those, this is excellent.
Burzum Burzum/Aske3.5
Sometimes simplicity delivers, and Burzum/Aske is one such occasion. Simple riffs, basic drumming, but so good atmosphere and tortured vocals that I simply like it.
Burzum Det som engang var4.0
Cacophony Speed Metal Symphony3.5
Putting aside the obviously incredible guitar playing, the songs are itself quite
interesting and enough varied. As a positive surprise, the drums are very good as well and
the bass can be heard decently. However, the lacking vocals brings this down a little for me
and so does the average production.

If you like superb guitar virtuosity combined with (mostly) interesting songs, good neo-
classical/hard rock/speed metal fusion with bits of oriental influence, pick this up.
Cannibal Corpse Vile3.0
The songs are all VERY similar, I mean it's not that uncommon amongst death metal but the songs sound way too the same. The instrumental side is good but very generic, the vocals and production are quite good though.
Cannibal Corpse Butchered at Birth4.0
Man how have I, a whole-hearted death metal fan, dismissed Cannibal Corpse for this long? Butchered at Birth may not be as layered as their peers' works at the time, but it's so damn fun to listen to. So many good, meaty riffs here. Some of the catchiest Death metal there is.
Cannibal Corpse The Bleeding4.0
Carcass Surgical Steel3.5
Carcass Heartwork4.0
If only all melodeath was like this. Death metal with a distinct melodic side while still not sounding like watered-down wimpy ass crap.
Carcass Necroticism: Descanting the Insalubrious4.5
1991 was one sick year for death metal - Human, Mental Funeral, Effigy of the Forgotten, and many others. Necroticism: Descanting the Insalubrious is definitely right up there, being my favourite Carcass along with Symphonies of Sickness.
Carcass Symphonies of Sickness4.5
Probably one of the greatest grind albums ever. Fucking sick.
Cataleptic Strength Within3.0
Cathedral Forest of Equilibrium4.5
Celtic Frost Monotheist4.0
If you are waiting for To Mega Therion Part 2, that certainly won't happen on Monotheist. The album is far more akin to the doomy atmosphere of Hellhammer than "old" Celtic Frost, and doing an excellent job at that. Monotheist is more polished and less sloppy for sure, but not an inch less doomy or heavy. If you're new to Celtic Frost, honestly this isn't the best starting point unless you are familiar with doom metal and other less straightforward stuff. But if you are ready to hear some very dark yet aesthetic doom metal with hints of thrash, black and whatever, do it and give Monotheist a listen.
Celtic Frost To Mega Therion4.5
Simply badass, some great thrashin' with hints of black and death metal.
Children of Bodom Something Wild2.0
Convulse Inner Evil2.5
Coroner Grin4.0
Coroner Mental Vortex4.5
Coroner Punishment for Decadence4.5
Ridiculously good, I can't see any thrash metal fan not digging this.
Cryptopsy Blasphemy Made Flesh4.0
Don't think the production is shitty at all, probably a bit murky but that's all, I'm actually happy it's not uber clean and brickwalled to hell
Cryptopsy None So Vile4.0
Flo Mounier is probably one of the most sick and skilled drummers ever
Cynic Focus4.0
Very interesting and layered album, needs several more listens.
D.R.I. Thrash Zone3.5
A very fun listen with lots of great riffs on board! Some of the songs could be a little shorter, but even being slightly overlong the album keeps it up pretty well.
D.R.I. 4 of a Kind3.5
Simple and fun crossover thrash - a great balance of hardcore and metal elements.
D.R.I. Dealing with It!3.5
Dark Angel Darkness Descends4.5
Darkened Nocturn Slaughtercult Nocturnal March3.0
A solid piece of black metal, gotta listen to it some more.
Darkspace Dark Space I4.0
Some really transcendental ambient black metal - it's heavy, fast, cold, dark and especially moody. You know, we live on this somewhat friendly planet with its blue sky, but outside that, it's just dark, cold space over and over to infinity.
Darkspace Dark Space II4.0
Darkthrone The Underground Resistance3.5
Darkthrone Panzerfaust4.0
Too underrated, likely overshadowed by the phenomenal albums just before this. Panzerfaust is quite different with its more 'old school' approach, but that doesn't mean it's for the worse. The album is full of great tunes and no fillers. Variation is the album's strongest point, aside of the material itself of course. 4.1/5
Darkthrone Under a Funeral Moon4.5
Darkthrone A Blaze in the Northern Sky5.0
My ultimate Number One black metal album ever. Fuck you all
Darkthrone Transilvanian Hunger5.0
Transilvanian Hunger is, simply put, one of the most phenomenal black metal albums ever. Even with the super-simplistic approach, the listener can't do anything but be totally hypnotized by sheer, pure black metal. In terms of black metal, this is second only to their A Blaze in the Northern Sky in my books. Eternal.
Death Scream Bloody Gore4.0
This is where it all begun for Death and the genre itself. But even by modern standards, this stands out with its excellent riffs and quite consistent songwriting. For me this was the introduction into the genre, and this still rules.
Death Spiritual Healing4.0
Death The Sound of Perseverance4.5
Death Leprosy4.5
Deserves more credit than it gets.rWhen does this go to a 4.0....
Death Individual Thought Patterns5.0
Death at its peak instrumentally. Even if just behind Symbolic and Human, [i]Individual Thought Patterns[i] does nothing but makes me drool liquid gold. From start to finish.
Death Symbolic5.0
Mr. Schuldiner takes you into a totally different world with Symbolic. The Album is so much
full of everything awesome that I don't know what to say.

This is simply the best album I own. RIP Chuck.
Death Human5.0
Not quite up to the phenomenal level of Symbolic, but this is very close. Brilliance.
Deathhammer Forever Ripping Fast3.0
Some nice riffs here and there, but VERY one-dimensional overall.
Deathspell Omega Infernal Battles3.5
MUCH better than the rating says. The album doesn't reinvent the wheel by any means, but it's certainly above average raw black metal. Admittedly DsO has outdone this by a big margin later, but fans of cold black metal should give this a go. The second half suffers from being demo quality (which it actually is, a demo), but it's not that bad. 3.6/5
Deathspell Omega Diabolus Absconditus3.5
Deathspell Omega Si Monumentum Requires Circumspice4.0
Deathspell Omega Veritas Diaboli Manet In Aeternum4.0
One interesting record. I think the concept of making just one long song with somewhat separate parts works great, you more or less need to listen to the whole thing to get full experience. Very weird yet brutal. And above all, damn good.
Deathspell Omega Paracletus4.0
Heavy, dark, unrelenting, cold, complex, hypnotic - all to make this a great black metal release.
Deathspell Omega Kenose4.5
Decapitated Winds of Creation4.0
One impressive album from a group of underage teens! Seriously, you couldn't tell the guys
were this young haven't you read it somewhere.
Deep Purple Machine Head4.0
One truly fine hard rock album with some tasteful blues elements - essential for any fan of
hard rock, or, simply great old-school music.
Deep Purple Fireball4.0
Deicide Deicide4.0
Deicide Legion4.0
What's wrong with you guys, not liking this as much as the debut? I mean, the debut is also
great, but this, holy lord, is full craziness! About as unrelenting and demonic as death
metal can be.

Damn
Demolition Hammer Epidemic of Violence4.5
Demolition Hammer Tortured Existence4.5
Heavily underrated, this might not be as ferocious and technical as Epidemic of Violence, but its darker mood and superb riffs through a consistent album makes this a forgotten gem.
Desaster Tyrants of the Netherworld3.0
Well worth a listen, despite the other ratings. Desaster plays a brand of blackened thrash that is more akin to the thrash side, black metal influences show in fast, powerful riffing and dark themes plus pretty quick overall pace. Don't except Tyrants of the Netherworld to be anything ground-breaking, but it's a consistent album with its highlights and no clear flaws. The epic title track is especially worth of a listen, and is likely the best deal on the album.
Desaster A Touch of Medieval Darkness4.0
Best Desaster album I've heard so far. Much more black metal and epic than their later releases, but it definitely works here. Hell, I even find this pretty catchy, although not cheesy pop catchy. Fans of the band and second-wave black metal should definitely give A Touch of Medieval Darkness a try, especially the first three songs Skyline in Flames (Intro), In a Winter Battle, the title track and the epic Crypts of Dracul. Despite being quite lengthy, 51 minutes, it never gets boring.
Destroyer 666 Terror Abraxas4.0
Destroyer 666 To the Devil His Due4.0
Whether you know Destroyer 666 or not, this is a great addition to any die-hard metalhead's collection.
Destroyer 666 Phoenix Rising4.5
Who the fuck gave this a 2, this is very high quality black/thrash
Destroyer 666 Unchain The Wolves4.5
Destroyer 666 Cold Steel...for an Iron Age4.5
Filled with brilliant riffs and truly bestial vocals, Cold Steel... for an Iron Age is one mean metal album. Somehow the album is filled with quite brief but epic, yet unrelenting songs. I don't know how they do that, but who cares. Genre? In a way, mix of thrash and black metal, but not really after all. Just metal that fucking slays. Unavoidable for any fan of honest metal.
Destruction The Antichrist3.0
Contains a number of very good thrash tunes like the opening duo of Days of Confusion and Thrash 'til Death. Sadly much of the stuff is quite uninspired and samey, not very special for thrash. Their early stuff (up to Release from Agony, that is) is definitely better. Still worth a listen or two.
Destruction Inventor of Evil3.0
Destruction Mad Butcher3.5
Destruction Sentence of Death3.5
Destruction Eternal Devastation4.0
Destruction Release from Agony4.5
With no doubt a great Destruction release. It's got a pretty good deal of variety, 7 nearly
equal songs, a nice intro plus a heavy, yet not a perfect production.
Where Destruction does win hard, is uniqueness: You can easily recognize Schmier's psychotic
vocal delivery, he sounds like a madman that accidentally managed to escape from a
madhouse. Add there a bit odd but fitting production, with even pretty audible bass.

The album really has got a creepy atmosphere that won't give up until the funny ending of
Survive to Die. A few really good examples would be the solo section of the title
track or the song Sign of Fear.

If I missed something on here, it would be the furious guitar attack of Infernal Overkill.
Destruction Infernal Overkill5.0
Seriously.

This is very likely THE best teutonic thrash album I've heard.....
The riffs are like
Satan's devastating force (sorry for cheesiness but I do mean it)

The production may not be perfect, but it SUITS the music fantastically: Evil riffs, riffs
and riffs (they really are incredible), solos, psychotic vocals and fitting drumming, all
that make a great mixture to grab you into the world of Infernal Overkill. Not to mention the album is perfectly consistent for me, every track is great, unique and memorable in its own way. Even the length is nearly perfect, about 39 minutes.

As a CD, this comes together with their first (official) EP Sentence of Death, making it an essential purchase for all old-school thrash fanatics. Get this or may you perish like illustrated on the cover...

Personally, this is among my top 3 thrash albums ever.
Absolutely a 5/5.
Die Schwarze Sonne Das Letzte Licht4.0
Very very good raw black metal with a distinct atmospheric edge - but without relying very much on synths, keyboards or ambient noises.
Dio Killing The Dragon2.5
Dio Dream Evil2.5
Dio Holy Diver3.5
Dio The Last in Line3.5
WE ROCK WE ROCK WE ROCK WE ROCK WE ROCK WE ROCK WE ROCK WE ROCK WE ROCK WE ROCK WE ROCK Rules.
diSEMBOWELMENT Transcendence into the Peripheral4.5
A truly brilliant album - diSEMBOWELMENT have created a genuinely dark and devastating meld of death, doom and grind on here - not to mention original. Essential to anyone searching for dark, ambient and heavy metal. Yes, this really is heavy as fuck. Atmosphere the album creates is beyond words, listen to it yourself.

I would go even that far and say that this is the best metal album of 1993. Yes, I know that Death, Cynic, Morbid Angel, Darkthrone and guys exist. Still.
Disincarnate Dreams of the Carrion Kind3.5
Rather a disappointment, lots of great riffs, solos and the atmosphere is good as well but... somehow the album lacks the final punch, unfortunately.
Dismember Like an Ever Flowing Stream4.0
Dissection Storm of the Light's Bane4.5
Some really, really good black metal with good kind of melody. Not melody in your usual melodic metal sense, but something that adds to the music without taking away any of its heaviness and harshness. Actually that's what the album is: Heavy, harsh, cold but still melodic. And damn good.
Doom:VS Aeternum Vale2.5
Dusk(hungary) Deathgate3.5
Dying Fetus Destroy the Opposition4.0
I was very positively surprised that this DOESN'T sound overly digital and over-produced as
too much of metal sounds today, but actually pretty nice and even quite old-school.
Musically, this was also a pleasant surprise. Only 8 songs clocking at about 36 mins makes
this a tight package, and makes the record nicely consistent. Instrumentation is very good,
as one would expect, but not so wanky that the songs become boring.
The music is actually pretty catchy.
Very worth of getting if you are a fan of relentless and crushing death metal.
Dying Fetus Reign Supreme4.0
Brutality in more old school vein, not only speed but some beefy riffing and respectable vocals as well. A very good brutal/technical death metal release. And Trey Williams is a fucking machine gun with the drums.
Emperor Emperor4.0
A great EP, the versions of 'I am the Black Wizards' and 'Cosmic Keys to my Creations & Times' on this might be even slightly better than those on their debut album. Love the dark production and atmosphere.
Emperor In the Nightside Eclipse4.5
Emperor Anthems to the Welkin at Dusk4.5
Simply incredible. While a notch less raw and primitive than the debut, it's just as mean and evil. Just in a slightly different way.
Emperor are one of the few bands who do 'symphonic black metal' right; Adding elements that add to the music as well, and not taking away anything.
Enslaved Yggdrasil3.5
Very nice and raw debut demo/EP. More characters needed
Enslaved Frost4.0
fuck
Enslaved Vikingligr Veldi4.5
Far too overlooked, this is early Enslaved at their best. Five songs and certainly no horseshit. An immense atmosphere to make you think about everything mystical.
Enslaved Hordanes Land4.5
The first song alone is maybe one my all-time favorite black metal tunes...
so dark, so black...

kvlt
Entombed Clandestine4.0
Entombed Left Hand Path4.5
Esoteric Metamorphogenesis4.0
Not quite as good as the longer albums, for example The Pernicious Engima or The Maniacal Vale, though the styles are a little different as well. This would be the best starting point to the band though, as it's more of the "usual" doom metal.
Esoteric Paragon Of Dissonance4.0
Esoteric The Pernicious Enigma4.5
Esoteric The Maniacal Vale4.5
Makes all life simply decay, frightening as fuck.
Evoken Antithesis of Light4.0
I'm just on the edge about whether to give this a 4 or a 4.5. Either way, this is some really good and no-cheap-tricks funeral/death doom metal. Very possibly will increase the rating during more listens.
Exhumed Gore Metal3.5
Some truly sick stuff in the vein of old Carcass. Very chaotic but good.
Exhumed Necrocracy4.0
While you can't really call this especially original, it's quite obvious Necroticism-era Carcass worship after all, but guess what? It's done damn well, so I don't mind giving a fuck. One of the best death metal offerings in 2013.
Exodus Fabulous Disaster3.5
Whilst a slight disappointment, the album's variety is what keeps it interesting to listen to. First three tracks are especially great, plus the doomy "Like Father, Like Son". Would be a honest 4 had it not been a little too long. The two covers, while okay, don't really add anything to the album.
Exodus Bonded by Blood4.0
Gave this another chance. I regret my earlier rating...
If you put aside the poor production (I actually like it) and are okay with vocals (I am),
the album is a sheer masterpiece of Bay Area thrash. It's consistent, intense, not too
technical really, but what's the most important the riffs are excellent. The album is catchy as hell.
Fates Warning Parallels3.5
A very good progressive metal album with excellent production, instrumentation and vocals. However it gets rather cheesy at points, but still easily a worthy listen if you're into prog metal.
Fates Warning No Exit4.0
Fates Warning Awaken the Guardian4.5
Fleshgrind Murder Without End3.0
Flotsam and Jetsam Doomsday for the Deceiver4.5
Gorerotted Mutilated In Minutes4.0
I love how the Brits are so self-ironic with this, yet producing some quality grind with manic dual vocals.
Gorerotted Only Tools and Corpses4.0
Gorgoroth Pentagram4.0
A superbly atmospheric album, without any cheap tricks. No bullshit, just some great black metal!
Gorgoroth Antichrist4.0
I must say this album took some time to grow on me, and still needs more... But I think I'm
close to have the album 'clicked' on me!
Even if only mere 25 minutes long, this album has got pretty much variety to keep a listener
interested and curious about what's coming up next.
This may not hit you at first, though, so give it a few listens at least.
Gorgoroth is one truly great song.
Gorguts From Wisdom to Hate4.0
Very close to 4.5, will probably raise the grade along with more listens. Essential, but well it's Gorguts after all.
Gorguts Obscura4.5
There's one word I can describe Obscura with: A journey. The album is a journey through your mind, well, the music is there too, and it's simply excellent. My only real con is that the album is perhaps a little too lengthy.
Gorguts Colored Sands4.5
Colored Sands roughly sounds like Gorguts with a more dynamic production and some Deathspell Omega influences mixed in. Can't be too bad.
Graveland The Celtic Winter3.5
HellHammer Apocalyptic Raids 1990 A.D.3.5
An interesting record, going to the very roots of extreme metal gives a special feel. Superbly primitive at times, but so doomy that it's actually enjoyable. Plus those riffs.
Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys Part I4.0
Helloween Walls of Jericho4.5
Walls of Jericho is something I would call the epitome of 'real' metal.
You've got dozens of memorable, meaty riffs, great solo work, raw speed, enjoyable drumming and even audible bass guitar. Not forgetting some soaring but epic vocals. And last but not least, in ways quite simple but so damn powerful songs.

One of the best metal albums of 1985, essential for anyone who claims to be a true metal fan.
Helloween Helloween4.5
Hooded Menace Fulfill the Curse4.0
While the album is very samey throughout, it's hardly a problem as this simply is some quality death doom.
Horna Envaatnags Eflos Solf Esgantaavne4.0
Hypnosia Extreme Hatred4.0
One extremely pissed off thrash album with touches of death metal (some of the riffs) and black metal (the vocals) that doesn't only rely on its niche of being some old-school thrash hailing the good old days. It does resemble the listener of Kreator more than occasionally, but the music is, simply put, just excellent extreme thrash that any fan of the genre should not miss.
Immolation Failures for Gods4.0
You can whine about the production, but not about the sheer quality the album definitely has. One simply does not get disappointed by Immolation.
Immolation Here in After4.5
Slays just like many other albums of theirs. Great atmosphere and somewhat unconventional instrumentation in terms of death metal.
Immolation Dawn of Possession4.5
Rules. Everything is top caliber on this one. This review is likely too short.
Immolation Close to a World Below5.0
Unfortunately I have to give this a rating of five stars, I simply have no choice.
Immortal Battles in the North4.0
Another great Immortal album, while not really as good as Pure Holocaust or At the Heart of Winter. I don't really get why this gets so much dislike. The execution is a little sloppier yes, but there are a good deal of great riffs and ferocious drumwork throughout the album. The production makes some of the riffs tricky to distinguish, though. Nevertheless, this is probably Immortal at their most extreme and pure in terms of black metal, and it turned out good.
Immortal Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticism4.0
While noticeably calmer than their later work, Diabolical Fullmoon Mysticism has still got some of the band's best and most haunting riffs, and is a varied album overall. Abbath's vocals are rather typical, screechy black metal on here and thus different from the later albums, but he gets the job very well done. Props for the nice acoustic passages that seem to be largely absent on their other albums.
Immortal At the Heart of Winter4.5
Rules, this and Pure Holocaust are all Immortal you will ever need.
Immortal Pure Holocaust4.5
A really, really great album of raw black metal by Immortal.
They hit the black metal scene like a meteor with their second LP Pure Holocaust.

The best single element is definitely the drumming, which is just superb, incredibly fast
and with some variation, too (enough for black metal, personally). I'm just annoyed by the
fact that I really don't know who did the drumming!!
Most people say it was Abbath who was behind the kit when recording, but there's also
statemets that it couldn't be him. Nevertheless, Abbath's vocal performance is great,
exactly as it should be in black metal. Some say his voice is annoying on this album, for me it isn't. Demonaz does his job very well as well, not anything complex (as expected
in ol' skool black) but the riffing is fast and very effective, and there's both maniac fast and slow, evil riffs.

Still, it's purely the songwriting and atmosphere that are the best things. And that's what
counts, especially in black metal. Album loses its half a point for being a little too
short. While I have nothing against short (excellent) albums, some songs could've been a
tiny bit longer. It's still great that the band didn't include anything even mediocre
material on the album just to make it longer.

Different, but just as essential as At the Heart of Winter.
Incantation Diabolical Conquest4.0
Incantation Onward to Golgotha4.5
Incantation's debut Onward to Golgotha is simply a crushing and tormenting slam of really filthy and dark death metal with tasteful doomy passages. Absolutely essential for fans of awesome death metal. 4.7/5
Incantation Mortal Throne of Nazarene4.5
Just as good as their other two high points. Some of the best very best guttural vocals ever.
Infernal Majesty None Shall Defy4.0
Very interesting album, flawlessly combines a little death/black elements into excellent dark thrash. Give it a listen!
Inquisition Magnificent Glorification of Lucifer3.5
Inquisition Ominous Doctrines of the Perpetual Mystical...4.0
Some of the most unique black metal today. Traditional in a good way, obscure in a good way.
Inquisition Obscure Verses for the Multiverse4.0
Not as immediate a listen as the previous album, but it's an album that gets better by more listens. Inquisition are sure one of the most interesting and unique black metal bands around at the moment. 3.8/5
Inverloch Dusk|Subside4.5
If my expectations for this were quite high (for obvious reasons), this EP surpassed them. Containing only three songs, it feels just right. It's intriguing how Inverloch sounds much like their father band, but still somehow different. Think of "The d" and Incantation having sex, it would result like this. Much recommended if you dig either of those bands.
Iron Maiden No Prayer for the Dying2.0
Iron Maiden Fear of the Dark3.0
Iron Maiden Piece of Mind3.5
Iron Maiden Killers3.5
Iron Maiden Brave New World3.5
Iron Maiden Powerslave4.0
Iron Maiden Somewhere in Time4.0
Unfortunately, a far too overlooked 'Maiden album that shows quite a different side of the band. Dickinson's best vocal performance ever lies here, for example. The album is also goddamn consistent. 4/5
Iron Maiden Seventh Son of a Seventh Son4.0
Iron Maiden The Number of the Beast4.5
Iron Maiden Iron Maiden4.5
Judas Priest Defenders of the Faith3.5
Judas Priest Painkiller4.0
Kataklysm Sorcery4.0
Katatonia Dance of December Souls3.0
A mixed bag, a few very good moments (especially Velvet Thorns (Of Drynwhyl)) but overall the albums sounds a little too long.
Kreator Flag of Hate3.0
Kreator Terrible Certainty3.5
Even though I consider Blind Faith as one of the very best Kreator songs, the album itself is a severe step down from Pleasure to Kill. The dark and cataclysmic atmosphere is very much lost on this one, as is the cruelty.
Kreator Coma of Souls4.0
A great album, Frank Godzik definitely adds an extra punch. However the album drags a bit towards the end, but it's still well worth listening.
Kreator Pleasure to Kill4.5
Soooo awesome, brings a smile to my face every time I listen to this. This is so madness
Kreator Extreme Aggression4.5
This is really an excellent album, and Kreator are here on its top musically. While the rmusicianship is near-perfect here, album lacks some of the uniqueness and originality found ron Pleasure to Kill. Nevertheless, any thrash fanatic should get this album!
Krieg Destruction Ritual2.5
Krisiun Black Force Domain3.5
Holy damn this is HEAVY. Very very fast but still catchy and skilled.
Lathspell Fascination of Deviltry4.0
Finnish band Lathspell's Fascination of Deviltry is a compilation that consists of their two early demos, namely Fascination of Devil's Art and Deviltry, in their entirety. Well worth every penny, if you can find it and you are into honest lo-fi demo black metal. Also has got a decent sound that isn't just a shitty mess.
Marduk Opus Nocturne4.0
Excellent album, extreme speeds mixed with darkness, a hint of beauty and grim slower
parts. The sound is cold like winter in Siberia.
Mayhem De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas4.5
Despite all the infamous events surrounding this album, music-wise this is excellent.rCalling this one of the most talented/capable lineups (well save for the vocalist Attila) ramong the Norwegian second wave musicians wouldn't be too far fetched.rAs this doesn't really have an abysmal production, plus having a few hints of death metal, rthis would be a great introduction into black metal. Add there great songs with variation, rthat's the recipe.
Megadeth United Abominations1.5
Megadeth Countdown to Extinction2.5
Megadeth The System Has Failed2.5
Megadeth Killing Is My Business...3.0
Megadeth So Far, So Good...So What!3.0
Megadeth Endgame3.5
Clearly the best Magedeth record since the phenomenal Rust in Peace. The album has got many great tracks such as the opening duo Dialectic Chaos, This Day We Fight! and Endgame. Then there's some quite uninspired, more "regular" heavy metal songs. Album lacks the originality of old-school thrash records, even though the instrumental section is great and Dave is doing pretty nice vocals, too (by Megadeth standards, of course). No big flaws on here really, just nothing very special. Nevertheless, this shows Megadeth is not a forgettable act even these days, and obviously puts the best efforts out of the Big Four in these days.
Megadeth Rust in Peace4.5
This is a bit overrated, but most of its fame is well deserved, IMO.

Still, excellent nonetheless!
Megadeth Peace Sells... but Who's Buying?4.5
Finally got the original version of the album. Sure the production isn't as clean or loud as on the remixed one, but overall it's way better IMO: Bass is more audible (!), and in general sounds more natural.
Can't say the best or worst tracks, the album is overall very consistent but varied.

Still, terrific album and Megadeth's best. Simply put. Get the original.
Messiah Choir of Horrors4.0
Excellent old-school death/thrash metal all around!
Metal Church The Dark4.0
A great thrash album, but to be honest, rarely touches the debut. The song structures are less layered on this, and unfortunately not really for the better. Don't get me wrong, it's well worth hearing though.
Metal Church Metal Church5.0
Metallica Garage Inc.1.0
2 Great songs? Yes. A great album? No, hell no. I'm not a huge fan of cover songs, and this album is almost completely ignoreable for me, almost. Am I Evil? and Blizkrieg covers are excellent, but IMO that's all good things here.
Metallica Death Magnetic1.5
Metallica Metallica2.0
Metallica Kill 'Em All2.5
Metallica ...And Justice for All2.5
Metallica Master of Puppets3.5
Metallica Ride the Lightning4.0
Morbid Angel Blessed Are the Sick3.5
Unfortunately a great drop in quality from the debut. But that doesn't mean this is bad by any means; Blessed Are the Sick is mostly just different, with not quite the same approach as Altars of Madness. Will probably raise my grading with more listens.
Morbid Angel Abominations of Desolation3.5
Some genuinely evil stuff, especially the vocals. Need to listen to this more.
Morbid Angel Covenant4.0
Morbid Angel Altars of Madness5.0
This is ABSOLUTELY RIPPING OFF EVIL....

Honestly, incredible.
Morbid Saint Spectrum of Death4.5
Municipal Waste Hazardous Mutation4.0
Hazardous Mutation might not have reinvented the wheel of crossover thrash. But it does contain several great riffs, fun songs and whatnot. What's best though, it simply FORCES you to damn MOSH!!
Mutiilation Vampires of Black Imperial Blood4.0
As black as it gets, Vampires of Black Imperial Blood is one excellent listen - for experienced black metallers, that is. Don't be turned off by the ridiculously raw production and sloppy playing, since the songs are pure black metal gold.
Napalm Death From Enslavement to Obliteration4.0
Agreed, this MUST be reviewed. Sigh!
So great stuff.
Napalm Death Harmony Corruption4.0
I was pretty skeptic about this as I heard this being far more death metal than Grind, as
opposed to FETO.
What then, I was surprised that this worked well. Nowhere has gone the grind brutality,
don't worry, insane blasting, double bass and some fills are right there, they're just not
quite everywhere. It works, I'd say.
As for the actual songs, I think FETO probably have some stronger ones, but as a whole I'd
prefer this. But those are two quite different styles after all.

All in all worth listening, it's better than you might think.
Necrophobic Darkside4.0
This is great and has a good atmosphere. This review is too short.
Necrophobic The Nocturnal Silence4.5
About as good as blackened death metal gets. Killer riffs.
Nile In Their Darkened Shrines4.0
Classic Nile, nothing else needs to be said. Somewhat combines things from the preceeding two albums.
Nile Annihilation of the Wicked4.0
So Nile continues mutilating your ears with another massive album.
Nile Black Seeds of Vengeance4.0
Quite massively underrated. Black Seeds of Vengeance is not only absolutely crushing, but tastefully crafted and at times even pretty melodic. Yes, the sound engineering isn't the best, but I personally dig the filthy, somewhat old school sound.
Sadly this was to be the one and only performance of Derek Reddy behind the drum kit of Nile. His playing is absurdly inhuman, both in terms of hyperspeed and creativity. Possibly my favourite drummer they've had, sorry fans of Kollias.
Nile Amongst the Catacombs of Nephren-Ka4.0
This is one interesting record. Very brutal and chaotic, but at the same time very atmospheric. The atmosphere on here is dare I say, quite mysterious. Even if some fans may find it bad, I think the raw sound fits the album really well. Sadly most the songs feel a bit too short, but otherwise this is some great brutal yet atmospheric death metal.
Nuclear Omnicide Bringers of Disease3.5
Blasting death/thrash metal from Finland. The boys have certainly taken some influence from Sadus, particularly Illusions. Great start for 2014! 3.7/5
Obituary Slowly We Rot4.0
Rules. One of the greater old-school DM albums. The guitar tone is one of the cruelest ever. A must hear for every death metal fan. It's not the fastest or most technical, but it's some real metal done just right!
Obliteration Black Death Horizon4.5
This is what you get if Celtic Frost, Autopsy and Necrophobic had group sex. Good sex.
Overkill Under The Influence3.0
Overkill Ironbound3.5
Overkill The Electric Age3.5
Overkill The Years of Decay4.0
Overkill Taking Over4.0
Overkill Horrorscope4.5
Overkill Feel the Fire5.0
Kill kill kill kill KIIIIIILLLLLLLL!!!
Pantera Far Beyond Driven2.5
Pantera The Great Southern Trendkill2.5
Pantera Cowboys from Hell3.0
Pantera Vulgar Display of Power3.0
Paysage d'Hiver Steineiche4.5
One massive album... uh, demo, whatever. All songs are very different from each other, yet the result feels consistent. Top tier ambient / black metal by no other than the Paysage d'Hiver mastermind Wintherr. I'm right on the fence whether to give this a 5 or not.
Paysage d'Hiver Winterkaelte4.5
Simply monumental, the atmosphere is quite unbelievable.
Peste Noire La Sanie des siecles - Panegyrique de la4.0
Excellent outing on raw, emotional black metal. Not emotional in emo way, but the deliverance of hateful, empty, raw emotions is great. Has a nice variation as well.
Pestilence Testimony of the Ancients4.0
Pestilence Consuming Impulse4.5
Possessed Seven Churches4.5
Still not 4.2? This soundoff is too short, fuck you
Rainbow On Stage3.5
A great live release from one of my favourite hard rock lineups!
Rainbow Rising4.0
Rammstein Reise, Reise3.5
Very enjoyable piece of industrial metal and electronic.
Razor Violent Restitution4.0
Riot Thundersteel4.0
Very exciting stuff, definitely one of the better heavy/power metal records of the latter 80's. The vocals are gold. 4.2/5
Ripping Corpse Dreaming With The Dead4.0
Rituals of the Oak Hour of Judgement3.5
Rotten Sound Napalm2.5
A decent EP, the production is painfully brickwalled compared to Exit. Haven't watched the DVD yet, though.
Rotten Sound Exit4.0
Some very intensive and pissed-off shit! Excellent grind, with that Entombed-esque guitar tone and all.
Sacrilegious Impalement Cultus Nex3.5
Quite promising band from Finland. They put more emphasis on melody and atmosphere than most raw Finnish BM bands. I wouldn't call they melodic BM though, more like a bit rawer Necrophobic in that sense. Really worth a listen!
Sadus Swallowed in Black4.5
When not quite as purely insane and flat-out fast as Illusions, the band hasn't
slowed down on Swallowed in Black.

The songs are more diverse and the already good technical level is squared on this one.
There are still mad-fast moments in every song, as there is damn good sounding "slower"
sections, too. Great examples would be tracks Black, Good Rid'nz and Arise, to
name only a few.
Instrument (and vocals) wise there are really no flaws: The guitars range from mid-paced,
memorable riffs to pure crazy ferocity, and the guys are not afraid to solo. Not too wanky
though, the guitar playing IS very technical but fits always the music. Drums are top-notch
too, fast when needed and keeps the mood up be it a faster or slower section. Great variety
there as well. On vocals Travis delivers some very pissed off screams and also compliments
well with the instruments. No need to mention about the bassist, DiGiorgio: Simply one of
the best bassists ever in metal.

I can't think any real thrash/death metal fan could not like this.
Swallowed in Black is one mean piece of thrash taken to extremes in terms of
aggression AND technicality. Plus excellent songs. Get.
Sadus Illusions4.5
Saint Vitus Born Too Late4.5
This is so good that it's definitely not even funny.
Sarcofago I.N.R.I.4.0
This is so filthy and damned record I can only like it
Sarcofago The Laws of Scourge4.5
y is this no higher than 4.1??? cmon this is the shit guys
Satyricon The Shadowthrone3.5
A fair disappointment after their more than promising debut Dark Medieval Times. While being oddly inconsistent - the songs themselves, too - the good parts keep this up.
Satyricon Dark Medieval Times4.0
Saxon Wheels of Steel3.5
Sepultura Bestial Devastation3.0
Not a bad EP, but the first full-length Morbid Visions is definitely a step up from this. The song Antichrist is probably the highlight.
Sepultura Arise4.0
Sepultura Beneath the Remains4.0
Sepultura Morbid Visions4.0
What's with the low rating... It's evil, punishing, fast and lo-fi, just how I like it. Bloody underrated.
Sepultura Schizophrenia4.5
Great rifforama album from Sepultura, first of their three classic albums. Kicks you right in the nuts.
Slayer Divine Intervention2.0
Slayer Seasons in the Abyss3.5
Slayer Reign in Blood3.5
Slayer South of Heaven3.5
This album contains some really great tracks, such as South of Heaven, Silent Scream, rGhosts of War, but also rather weak ones too like Mandatory Suicide and Spill the rBlood. The slower and cleaner style on this (than on Reign in Blood) is okay for me, but rsadly the album suffers from inconsistency.rThe instrumental section is as good as ever, but Araya's vocals are maybe a bit 'lame' rcompared with what he did on RiB.rAll in all, I'd want to like this more but anyway can't give this more than a 3/5.
Slayer Hell Awaits4.0
My favourite Slayer album. There's a great atmosphere haunting in the background through the entire record. Sadly a bit hard to get, but definitely worth the purchase if you're into old-school thrash. Too underrated!
Slayer Show No Mercy4.5
My favourite Slayer at the moment, along with Hell Awaits. So many great riffs and a unique atmosphere. Sure they would get heavier and more diverse later on, but man this is something special...
Sodom Obsessed by Cruelty3.0
Sodom Tapping the Vein3.5
Sodom Agent Orange4.0
I'm struggling on whether to give this a 4 or a 4.5 ...

Anyway, the better production enhances the drums nicely, and the drumming is a step up from
Persecution Mania, as is the overall instrumentation.

However, bits of the dark atmosphere is lost, and Angelripper's vocals aren't as evil on
this one. That could be explained as natural progression, from a primitive group to an
advanced band. Not really flaws, as the songs are still great quality... But heck,
Persecution mania is something very evil.
Still, this rules!
Sodom In the Sign of Evil4.0
This was released in 1984!??rHOLY SHIT! This is evil, very evil......
Sodom Persecution Mania4.5
Sodom really hit the thrash scene with their very unique second album to come out in 1987, Persecution Mania. This album took unfairly long to grow on me, but as now this is simply awesome! The crew here was:

Tom Angelripper: Vocals, Bass
Chris Witchhunter: Drums
Frank Blackfire: Guitars

Pros +

+ The atmosphere is VERY cruel and evil here, which is great
+ Angelripper's vocals are nearly perfect for this type of music
+ Blackfire's guitar playing is great, especially the solos
+ No song is bad
+ The overall sound pleases the music excellently
+ The production, heavy and evil enough but not too good and typical like most of new metal
+ The album cover is just awesome!

Cons -

- The production could still be better, mainly the overall loudness and drums
- Some people might not like the fairly simplistic music
- The drumming isn't bad, but still nothing special there really

Best tracks: Nuclear Winter, Persecution Mania, Procession to Golgatha, Christ Passion
NOTE: If you have the issue with bonus tracks, My Atonement is an awesome song.

Overall: Persecution Mania is definitely one of the very best Sodom LPs with Agent Orange (1989) and M-16 (2001), if not THE best. Recommended to almost all thrashers. 4.5/5!
Sodom M-164.5
Enough epicness, originality, rawness, purity, darkness and lots and lots more combined rtogether with great yet quite simplistic music and a bit black metal like vocals, and near rperfect consistency, this album is only what it's supposed to be: fantastic. With M-16 Sodom delivers you an atmospheric, but still very original, load of thrash that is ressential for all thrash fanatics. It takes some time to grow, and doesn't impress with technical awesomeness, but when listening to this, it isn't even needed. 4.5/5
Sodom Expurse of Sodomy4.5
Spawn of Possession Cabinet4.0
Spawn of Possession's debut Cabinet is sure one of the better modern technical death metal albums. Immense technicality combined with pretty well structured songs and a good production that is actually not mastered loud as fuck 4.2/5
Stormtroopers Of Death Speak English or Die4.0
Stormtroopers of Death proves that simple (crossover) thrash with a completely unserious sound or attitude can be awesome and heavy enough without sounding annoying. Thumbs up!
Suffocation Despise the Sun4.0
When not quite on par with their nearly phenomenal efforts before this, Despise the Sun is still well worth getting for fans of the band and genre.
Suffocation Pierced from Within4.5
On Pierced From Within, Suffocation managed to compose more complex songs while still retaining the brutality and quality of the two previous albums. That combined with superb performances from each member and killer production, the album is nothing short of essential... Go get it NOW, goddammit.
Suffocation Breeding the Spawn4.5
The trivial aspect everybody notices is the lacking production, especially when compared to
the heavy-as-the-ultimate-fuck-yet-clean-enough work Scott Burns did with their mighty
debut, Effigy of the Forgotten. Personally it isn't that bad at all, everything can
be heard pretty nicely, save for the bass drums at times. Mostly the sound is just different
and unfinished.

When you get over the "bad" production, the music on here, oh yes, is nothing but the same
old Suffocation we all love. This is absolutely NOT your lacking, uninspired successor for a
mighty debut album. No, no no no.
I can say that apart from the production this is definitely on par with the debut, if not
even slightly better.

What you shall do, is to get rid of prejudices, the production is not that bad at all. And
get this now. If you dig all-around great, very tight, vicious old-school death metal, you
will dig this. If you still don't you might just be a plain fool.
Suffocation Effigy of the Forgotten5.0
Good grief, I do wonder why didn't I have this rated 5 stars?? Some far too awesome stuff.
Taake Hordalands Doedskvad3.5
This is kinda weird, need more listens. Riffs and musicianship is pretty much top class.
Taake Over Bjoergvin Graater Himmerik3.5
Survived the almighty boing, this is pretty unique stuff.
Taake Nattestid Ser Porten Vid4.0
Terrorizer World Downfall5.0
Holy hell I must have been a true fag for not giving this a 5.

This is just too good
Testament The Gathering3.5
Testament The New Order4.0
Can't tell why hadn't I bothered to get this much, much earlier.
A great example of classic Bay Area thrash.
Testament The Legacy4.5
Even when The New Order and The Gathering are really good albums on their own, somehow they don't quite hold the magic The Legacy has got. Hard to explain, this simply god damn rocks.
Thergothon Stream From The Heavens4.0
Devastating atmosphere, extreme slowness, utter heaviness, bestial super guttural vocals and loads of dark emotion. Yes, this is funeral doom, done right.
Toxic Holocaust An Overdose of Death...3.5
Great modern thrash with good black metal-ish vocals and unique sound among most "thrash revival" artists. Recommended if you like various thrash metal with a dark vibe and a touch of crust punk (in a good way).
Toxic Holocaust Conjure and Command3.5
Toxik Think This4.5
This is insanely good. Very progressive, yet very catchy and very original. Puts a large amount of metal, let alone thrash, bands to shame.
Triptykon Eparistera Daimones4.5
Great start for Tom G. Warrior's new band Triptykon. Essentially following the style found on Celtic Frost's Monotheist, this is an excellent example of modern metal. A mesh of doom, thrash, black and whatever that sounds natural and unique.
Ulver Bergtatt3.5
A very good album, but was a slight disappointment for me as the black metal - or just metal
- parts are not that many on this. The music itself is very well written though, not saying
I don't want to listen to this just because it's not all that 'metal'.

There aren't any specific flaws in the music, just the folk/black balance leans more to the
folk side. With a bit more metal parts in it and/or more of a real mixture of black/folk
(now it's more like separated black and folk parts) would make this better.

I may sound harsh, but don't be fooled: it's a great record. I wouldn't recommend this to
people who want 'real' metal, but for those who like good, ambient music that is a blend of
folk and black metal music.
Ulver Nattens Madrigal5.0
Sincerely, this is one of the top black metal albums I've ever heard.
Structured around lycanthropy theme, here you have eight songs of pure, raw, dark, lethal
but still somehow beautiful black metal... I don't know how the guys did it, but this is one
of the greatest things I own.
Vader The Ultimate Incantation3.0
I usually don't bitch about lack of variation on a death metal album, but this is just way too long and samey. Not a disaster though.
Vader Litany3.5
Pretty much brutal in-your-face thrashy death metal. The production is not too good, very brickwalled. Nothing too bad though. 3.7/5
Vader Welcome to the Morbid Reich3.5
Good ol' Vader does it again - nothing new, but the old tricks are used pretty well. Despite being hardly ground-breaking and kinda samey, it's definitely a pleasant and consistent listen of thrash-tinged death metal.
Vektor Black Future4.5
sick stuff damn
Vektor Outer Isolation4.5
holy shit
Venom Black Metal2.5
Vinterriket Winterschatten3.5
Vinterriket Lichtschleier4.0
Vio-Lence Eternal Nightmare4.0
One of the purest thrash metal albums I've gone across. No death metal influences, just very fast and very good thrash. The vocals might turn off some, but the overall instrumentation rand great songs are enough of a reason to check this out, for anyone considering himself (or herself) a thrash fan.
No bullshit, just 7 tracks of excellent in-your-face METAL!
Violator Chemical Assault4.0
One of the very best "thrash revival" albums I've heard. So a fair warning: if you're looking for something new in thrash metal, don't care, this isn't anything new. Otherwise if you like hearing some damn good balls-to-the-wall thrash with great vocals, riffs and everything, definitely do listen to this.
Voivod The Outer Limits4.0
Voivod Target Earth4.0
I was very pleasantly surprised when I heard a few songs off this on youtube. Then I thought 'right, I NEED to get this album some time' and I did. Definitely no disappointment, Target Earth really sounds quite much like a natural successor for Dimension Hatross and Nothingface.
Voivod Dimension Hatross4.5
Voivod Killing Technology4.5
Voivod Nothingface5.0
The pinnacle of Voivod's all-out space and scifi themed, bizarre progressive metal. There's simply none other like this than Voivod.
VolkeinBlucht To Consume the Darkness Whole....3.5
Vomitor The Escalation2.5
Pretty disappointing, the attitude and evilness is there but most of the songs go nowhere.
Vomitory Terrorize Brutalize Sodomize4.0
Some really brutal and heavy death metal. Even if nothing really spectacular, I enjoyed basically every moment. 3.8/5
Von Satanic Blood (demo)3.5
I guarantee there's no simpler black metal recording than this... yet it's not bad. How? Because it's VERY bestial and the mood is really scary.

Only for experienced RAW black metal fans
Vulcano Bloody Vengeance4.0
While nothing short of primitive really, this is very good. A great mix of very extreme thrash/death/black, take your pick. Only 23 minutes in length but more (well delivered) attitude than in 23 other bands combined. Recommended to fans of raw, somewhat old-school extreme metal.
Watain Casus Luciferi4.0
One of the better 'old school' black metal albums of this century. Some really great guitar lines here, very haunting. Consistency and good production (in black metal sense, nothing too clean) are the album's strongest points.
Winter Into Darkness4.5
As crushing as it gets. Insane death doom metal. Stupid 50 characters.
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