Average Rating: 3.51
Rating Variance: 1.07
Objectivity Score: 81% (Well Balanced)
Sort by: Rating | Release Date | Rating Date | Name2014 Gabriel Graves The Hermit4.0I'm not sure what I was expecting out of this, but it wasn't what I got. I'm hearing
everything from Pink Floyd and Queen to Bon Jovi and REM. You have a great voice for the
low-key singing and the understated drumming is spot-on. I'm really enjoying this.Primordial Where Greater Men Have Fallen4.0Cloudkicker Live with Intronaut4.0Warren of Ohms The Wolf and The Fox4.5Ne Obliviscaris Citadel4.5Giant Squid Minoans4.0At the Gates At War with Reality3.5A lot more mid-paced stuff here like on With Fear. Pleasantly surprised by this, definitely not Slaughter 2.0Anaal Nathrakh Desideratum4.0The Visit Offering4.0Rings of Saturn Lugal Ki En3.0This has some crazy shit going on and it's a lot of fun, but listening all the way through is exhausting.Inter Arma The Cavern4.0Revocation Deathless4.5White Empress Rise of the Empress4.0The Afterglow Cadence The Fight4.0The Fight is a fine collection of pop rock songs based around classic singer-songwriter
arrangements. Standout song "Pressure" flirts with jazz harmonies and builds steadily
over shuffling percussion and careful vocal harmonies. "Life's Not So Bad" has some great
acoustic guitar work, with a chorus that threatens to lead into Green Day's smash hit
"Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)." Towards the end of the album, "Just Say the Word"
overcomes some shaky moments via a strong crunchy REM-esque guitar riff, while
"Jackknife" and closer "Pictures" ride clever chord progressions that hint at Brian
Donarski and Ian Steur's comfort with the theory behind what makes them beautiful.
Donarski's bass work is a high point on all tracks, and the whole band seems to be
thoroughly enjoying themselves. You probably will too.Myrkur Myrkur3.5Cannibal Corpse A Skeletal Domain4.0Darkenhold Castellum4.5Trvth Inner Thoughts3.5Every instrument here seems to have a mind of its own, but somehow they all end up on the
same path by the end. There are little timing issues scattered about, and that bass is
sometimes overpowering, but the foundation is all there for a great and eclectic
collection of songs. Trvth is well in-tune with the notion that on the best albums, no
two songs sound the same, and runs with it. Highlights include "Fire Inside," with its
slow-burning build, "Aura," and "V," the album's very worthwhile payoff.Unisonic Light of Dawn3.5U2 Songs of Innocence3.0Sorxe Surrounded by Shadows3.5Fallujah The Flesh Prevails4.0Weird Al Yankovic Mandatory Fun4.0Wolves in the Throne Room Celestite3.0Judas Priest Redeemer of Souls3.5Robin Thicke Paula1.0Mastodon Once More 'Round the Sun4.0Sweet Jesus, Brent threw pieces of Hearts Alive, Bladecatcher, All the Heavy Lifting, and rElephant Man into Ember City's solo. That was crazy cool.Rorcal Világvége - Live in Geneva4.5Musk Ox Woodfall4.0Saor Aura4.5Enabler La Fin Absolue Du Monde3.5Alexandre Desplat Godzilla3.5Swans To Be Kind3.5Agalloch The Serpent and the Sphere3.5Lord Mantis Death Mask4.5Eternal Closure Ad Primum3.5The ingredients are familiar, but EC have quality chops and assemble some very solid songs, particularly the closer, "Enthalpy". The low-end is a little overwhelming, so the guitars get drowned a little, but overall it's a tight EP. There were some ballsy riffs that reminded me of For the Revolution-era Kalmah, which is always a good thing. A full album of this would be excellent.Paramnesia Paramnesia4.0The Great Old Ones Tekeli-Li5.0The way black metal should be done, with awesome songwriting and creepy fucking atmosphere.Anette Olzon Shine3.5EPISTASIS Light Through Dead Glass4.0Unleashing My Demons Tran(ce)scen(e)dance1.0they get half a point for the sometimes-competent drummingredit: just kidding, never mindGamma Ray Empire of the Undead3.5Animals As Leaders The Joy of Motion4.0Thou Heathen4.5Near Death Condition Evolving Towards Extinction4.5Great DM a la Immolation. Riffs rule, decent diversity. The drums aren't programmed. but they appear to have been cleaned up in the studio.Gazpacho Demon4.5Barrowlands Thane3.5Nothing Guilty of Everything4.0Alaskan Despair, Erosion, Loss4.5BABYMETAL Babymetal5.0This should have been a disaster but Su-metal totally sells it. SEE YOU IN THE MOSH PITMoonlit Sailor We Come from Exploding Stars3.5The Wounded Kings Consolamentum4.0Soreption Engineering The Void4.0Cynic Kindly Bent to Free Us3.0Sun Worship Elder Giants3.5Helms Alee Sleepwalking Sailors4.0Taurus (USA-OR) No/Thing3.5Sunn O))) and Ulver Terrestrials3.5Indian From All Purity3.5The Visit Between Worlds4.52013 Fleshworld Like we're all equal again4.0Mastodon Live at Brixton4.0The Ocean Collective Oblivion4.5BABYMETAL Live Legend I, D, Z Apocalypse4.5While I can't speak for the others, the first concert here ("I") is astoundingly good.
Suzuka is clearly the leader and has a stupendous voice and all three show great energy and
crowd-play, while the backing band kicks ass all show. Considering the spectrum of how good
or bad this whole Babymetal thing could have been, this is about perfect. Set aside
pretension and just have fun with this.Nickelback The Best of Nickelback Volume 11.0Cicada the Burrower Despoina4.0Skeletonwitch Serpents Unleashed4.0Katy Perry Prism3.5Deep Purple Perfect Strangers Live4.0Great performance by Purple, questionable production. Still a must-see (or must-hear, as it were) for fans.Secrets of the Sky To Sail Black Waters4.5Ulcerate Vermis4.5Carcass Surgical Steel4.0Gorguts Colored Sands4.5Avenged Sevenfold Hail to the King2.0Tarja Turunen Colours in the Dark3.0The Guilt Of... Isolation Room3.5Shades of Godflesh throughout this creepy hardcore album.Revocation Revocation4.0Exhumed Necrocracy4.0Robin Thicke Blurred Lines1.5Gris A lame Enflammee, lame Constellee4.5Sannhet Known Flood4.0Amon Amarth Deceiver of the Gods3.5BABYMETAL Megitsune4.0Sigur Ros Kveikur4.0Kalmah Seventh Swamphony4.0Deafheaven Sunbather4.0Judas Priest Epitaph4.0Better set list than Rising in the East but Halford doesn't quite have it anymore. Still, Faulker is a great addition and makes this a very worthwhile listen/watch.Kylesa Ultraviolet3.0Leprous Coal4.0Howl Bloodlines3.5Scarred Gaia - Medea4.5Shade Empire Omega Arcane4.5Agnes Vein Soulship4.0Echoes of Eon Immensity4.0Agrimonia Rites of Separation4.0The Ocean Pelagial4.5An emphatic return to form for The Ocean, who ditch the philosophical posturing and return rto what they're best at - creating massive soundscapes in a great conceptual framework.Deep Purple Now What?!3.5Despite Airey and Morse's best efforts, Now What?! gets dragged down by Gillan's laughable lyrics and nasally singing.Queensryche Frequency Unknown1.5Snoop Lion Reincarnated2.0Trvth Black Horse Plague4.0Ghost B.C. Infestissumam4.0Wormed Exodromos4.0KEN mode Entrench4.0Intronaut Habitual Levitations4.0Gamma Ray Master of Confusion3.0Rorcal Vilagvege4.5Paysage d'Hiver Das Tor4.5Terra Tenebrosa The Purging4.0Caladan Brood Echoes Of Battle4.5Bullet for My Valentine Temper Temper1.5Light Bearer Silver Tongue4.0"almost nothing happens throughout the whole album, it's just one predictable build to ranother predictable build"rThat's like analyzing the sentence structure of Moby-Dick and concluding that it's just a rbunch of descriptions that build to more descriptions with way too many commas in between. rLight Bearer are a medium for a story and ideology, and without that framework it is indeed rjust a bunch of build ups and riffs like any other post-metal album. An opinion is just rthat, but I think this album demands a more holistic view than most.Helloween Straight Out of Hell3.02012 National Sunday Law Festival of the Horned God4.0Gamma Ray Skeletons & Majesties Live3.5While some of the rare cuts are welcome additions (see "Dethrone Tyranny" and "Wings of Destiny"), there isn't much to get excited about compared to the last live album. Also, Kiske looks like a douche with his black beanie.brokeNCYDE The Best of BrokeNCYDE1.0Icona Pop Icona Pop2.0Isis Temporal3.5Godspeed You! Black Emperor 'Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend!4.5Revocation Teratogenesis4.5Light Bearer Live in Sedel4.0Worms in Women and Cattle Sick Road4.0Swans The Seer3.0Gojira The Flesh Alive5.0Seems a bit redundant to release this a month after the live DVD that's part of L'enfant rSauvage...but it's going to be amazing, especially in Blu-Ray. couldn't pick a better band rto see/hear in super high quality.Baroness Yellow and Green3.5BABYMETAL BABYMETAL - Headbangeeeeerrrrr!!!3.0Gojira L'Enfant Sauvage4.0Like when Mastodon pulled back the throttle on Crack the Skye, Gojira spend a lot of time impressing with mid-paced creative forays, but not really thrilling you. If that comparison proves accurate, however, it will be a big time grower.Agalloch Faustian Echoes4.0Deathspell Omega Drought4.0Ne Obliviscaris Portal of I4.5For Today Immortal2.5Cerna Restoring Life4.0Ahab The Giant4.5Best replay value of any doom album this side of The Dreadful Hours.Mendel Subliminal Colors4.0B.o.B Strange Clouds1.5The Great Old Ones Al Azif4.0Bereft Leichenhaus3.5Feist/Mastodon Feistodon3.5DragonForce The Power Within3.0I already miss ZP and his potty mouth. Dragonforce continues to lose the plot even further.
The smart money says this is gonna suck.Halestorm The Strange Case Of...4.0High on Fire De Vermis Mysteriis4.0Nicki Minaj Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded1.0Meshuggah Koloss3.5Hello Kitty Suicide Club ^_^1.0Morbid Angel Illud Divinum Insanus - The Remixes1.0Isis Live 6 (11/16/2007)5.0So Did We, In Fiction, and Holy Tears are even better here than the studio cuts. Having Maria Christopher on Weight also makes a huge difference. This and Live V are must-owns for fans of Isis and post-metal.Alex Newton Love and Legends (Demo)3.02011 T-Pain Revolver1.0Cormorant Dwellings4.0Nickelback Here and Now1.5Dragonland Under the Grey Banner4.5Cloudkicker Let Yourself Be Huge3.5Cynic Carbon-Based Anatomy4.0Like Moths to Flames When We Don't Exist2.0Giant Squid Cenotes4.5In the grand scheme of things, 4.5 is more appropriate. But with regards to my taste, I absolutely love this, so it gets a 5.Volumes Via3.0Mastodon The Hunter3.5Opeth Heritage3.0Wolves in the Throne Room Celestial Lineage4.0Cobra Starship Night Shades1.0Opeth The Devil's Orchard - Live at Rock Hard Festival3.0Ghost Brigade Until Fear No Longer Defines Us4.0Revocation Chaos of Forms4.0Battlecross Pursuit of Honor4.0Obsequiae Suspended In The Brume Of Eos4.0Emphatic Damage3.5Mindset Evolution Prelude3.5Concise, energetic debut that makes a strong impression both lyrically and musically. A combination of fresh songwriting, in-your-face hardcore philosophy and fan-oriented approach sets ME apart from the crowd.Queensryche Dedicated to Chaos1.0Black Veil Brides Set the World on Fire1.5Morbid Angel Illud Divinum Insanus1.5Arch Enemy Khaos Legions2.5Alaskan Adversity; Woe4.0Cave In White Silence4.0A Storm Of Light As The Valley Of Death Becomes Us...3.5Graviton Massless4.0Writing a review for this now. In a time where almost nothing is "unique", Sacha and company have created an extremely well-crafted piece of music that is both alien and accessible, a combination that is sure to open many new fans to the world of progressive metal.Septicflesh The Great Mass4.5Between the Buried and Me The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues4.0Jessie J Who You Are1.5Gamma Ray Skeletons & Majesties2.0Light Bearer Lapsus4.5Within Temptation The Unforgiving4.0Wormrot Dirge4.5Halestorm ReAnimate: The CoVeRs3.5Born of Osiris The Discovery4.0Light Bearer Beyond the Infinite: The Assembly of God4.0Mastodon Live at the Aragon3.5Thank goodness they mixed the vocals way down. Mastodon plays everything like -- or better than -- the album, sometimes a bit faster...basically it rocks. The unorthodox song choices from Blood Mountain (Circle of Cysquatch) and Leviathan (Aqua Dementia) at first seem odd, but in concert sound terrific. They also get big points for deciding before the show that everything that happened on stage would be on the record: no overdubs, no re-takes. This is their show, warts and all...and it is awesome.Sylosis Edge of the Earth3.5Svart Crown Witnessing The Fall4.0Drumming is beast, riffs are usually great. Vox aren't special but do the trick. Sets a great mood. Working on a review for this.D.R.U.G.S. D.R.U.G.S.2.5Abysmal Dawn Leveling the Plane of Existence2.5Mother of Mercy IV: Symptoms of Existence4.0Ulcerate The Destroyers of All4.5Attila Outlawed2.02010 Avenged Sevenfold Welcome to the Family2.0Agalloch Marrow of the Spirit4.5Nicki Minaj Pink Friday2.0Halestorm Live in Philly 20104.5Halestorm's real appeal, as solid as their debut album was, is in their energetic live show.
Drummer Arejay, in particuar, is fun to watch and excellent througout the show. This is a
band to bank on.brokeNCYDE Will Never Die1.0Deathspell Omega Paracletus4.5The Ocean Anthropocentric4.0This is the sound The Ocean was trying for when they shook things up after Precambrian - much wider dynamic range, bigger climaxes, more poignant spacial areas, and for the first time, this band really grooves during sections. A big step forward.Atheist Jupiter4.0Helloween 7 Sinners3.5Kylesa Spiral Shadow4.0Taylor Swift Speak Now3.0Intronaut Valley of Smoke4.5Circle of Animals Destroy the Light3.0Cough Ritual Abuse2.5Enslaved Axioma Ethica Odini4.0Gamma Ray Alright! 20 Years Of Universe2.5Opeth In Live Concert at the Royal Albert Hall5.0Live albums (and DVD's) just don't get any better than this. Frontman Akerfeldt is spot-on and the rest of the band do their thing perfectly in performing their classic album Blackwater Park, and on one of the world's greatest stages. A must-have for any fan who can tolerate seriously good music.Cloudkicker Beacons4.5DragonForce Twilight Dementia3.5The production leaves a lot to be desired and ZP spends way too much time swearing for no
apparent reason, but the guitarists and Mackintosh sure bring it. If nothing else, it shows
that Dragonforce aren't nearly the punch-line that people have made them out to be.Linkin Park A Thousand Suns2.0Rorcal Heliogabalus5.0Katy Perry Teenage Dream3.5Iron Maiden The Final Frontier3.0Avenged Sevenfold Nightmare2.5Isis/Melvins Isis/Melvins Split3.03OH!3 Streets of Gold1.5Mastodon Revenge Gets Ugly3.0This is what happens when a band writes something for free and then has to re-do it, again for free, because the first one was too heavy. The band sounds accordingly bored, but the Alternate Takes have a bit of typical Mastodon muscle.Whitechapel A New Era of Corruption3.0Suhnopfer Nos Sombres Chapelles4.0Rosetta A Determinism of Morality3.0Cynic Re-Traced3.5Howl Full of Hell3.5Attila Rage2.5Brain Drill Quantum Catastrophe2.0At the Gates Purgatory Unleashed: Live At Wacken5.0Classic set list, great performance, enormous crowd, flawless production. ATG were in vintage form at Wacken in front of an ocean of fans and this captures it perfectly. Wanna go to an incredible show without leaving your home? Get this and play it twice for good measure.Bullet for My Valentine Fever2.5B.o.B The Adventures Of Bobby Ray2.0At the Gates The Flames Of The End5.0The Ocean Heliocentric4.0The last two songs make up for the lack of creative punch on the rest of the album in a massive way. Firmament has some great moments too. Worth checking out if you're into progressive metal.The Dillinger Escape Plan Option Paralysis3.5National Sunday Law The Fifth Ape3.5Immolation Majesty and Decay4.0Kalmah 12 Gauge4.0Gamma Ray To the Metal!2.5It's not a showpiece, but To the Metal has enough good material to make it worth picking up.Helloween Unarmed1.5For all the talk about how tongue-in-cheek Helloween has always been, it should still be their top priority to give their fans quality power metal albums. Rehashing old material is okay if it's an improvement, but it sounds a lot like Helloween are making fun of themselves and it's not particularly funny this time.
One would think that "Chameleon" should have taught this band to stick to what they do best...and to leave this type of experiment to the bands that aren't able to forge great music the way Helloween always has.Kesha Animal2.0A Faylene Sky Define Alive2.5Alex Newton Revelation3.5download for free at http://alexnewton.bandcamp.com/album/revelation2009 Hurricane Chris Unleashed1.0Isis Live 54.5It's Oceanic with more oomph. Isis speed things up a bit and there aren't any female vox, so it's a bit different. Of course, that just means you have to hear it because it's brilliant in a slightly different way than the original. Oh, and that damn WHACK WHACK snare drum is fixed...yeah I'm looking at you, Matt Bayles.Lady Gaga The Fame Monster2.5Katy Perry MTV Unplugged3.5Mastodon Oblivion3.0Creed Full Circle1.5Baroness Blue Record4.0Mayday Parade Anywhere But Here2.0Converge Axe to Fall3.5Revocation Existence Is Futile4.5Dethklok Dethalbum II4.0t.A.T.u. Waste Management4.03 Inches of Blood Here Waits Thy Doom2.5Fierce defender kicks SO much ass, but there are some pretty dull moments throughout this.Cobra Starship Hot Mess1.0Grumblecunt I Piss Shit1.0Job for a Cowboy Ruination2.5brokeNCYDE I'm Not a Fan, but the Kids Like It!1.0Primal Fear 16.6: (Before the Devil Knows You're Dead)3.0Sunn O))) Monoliths and Dimensions3.5Halestorm Halestorm3.5As far as debut albums go, this is really quite good. There aren't many major flaws...maybe some generic moments, but I consider those neutral rather than negative. Song like "Innocence" and "Familiar Taste of Poison", while nothing groundbreaking, are excellently performed and Lzzy's vocals are powerful and always in tune. This is a great place to work from for the band going forward. Exciting to think what they're capable of in the future.Mother of Mercy III4.0GET MAD AND GET EVEN YOU SUCKERS
MoM is pissed off so you don't have to be. What.Emperor Live Inferno4.5Isis Wavering Radiant4.5Nicki Minaj Beam Me Up Scotty1.5Ulcerate Everything Is Fire5.0Nightwish Made In Hong Kong2.0Wolves in the Throne Room Black Cascade4.0Mastodon Crack the Skye4.5The intricacy of this album took me a while to wrap my head around, but if you buy into the ideas behind the album, you'll be rewarded with a masterpiece of songwriting that marries the brutal power of Mastodon's earlier efforts with a touch of imagination and beauty.Kylesa Static Tensions4.5Bonedust When you die and your bones are rotting...3.5Wolves in the Throne Room Malevolent Grain3.0Giant Squid The Ichthyologist5.0This is exactly what we were all hoping for after Metridium Fields. Giant Squid has refined their songwriting and lyrical approach to create a seamless and epic piece of music -- integrating new instruments and new band members perfectly.rTracks like "Dean Man Slough" and "Blue Linckia" roll on over churning riffs and an atmosphere tailor-made for the lyrical concepts of swampy revenge and ocean turmoil. "Throwing a Donner Party at Sea" (a reworking of a song from Monster in the Creek) is a brilliantly executed rocker whose title is a maritime take on the Donner Party story.rThe Ichthyologist is a solid concept piece that shows a band living up to its terrific creative potential... and I can't wait to hear what they come up with next.The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus Lonely Road1.0White Lies To Lose My Life3.5National Sunday Law La Storia Di Cannibali4.0The Ocean Fluxion (Remaster)5.0Fall of Efrafa Inle5.0Rorcal Monochrome3.02008 Opeth Burden2.0Chelsea Grin Chelsea Grin2.5Wolves in the Throne Room Live at Roadburn 20084.5Gamma Ray Hell Yeah!!! The Awesome Foursome5.0A great representation of Gamma Ray's exciting live show, though the DVD is worth getting
over the CD version. The musicianship is top-notch as always, and Kai Hansen does a great
job of playing to the crowd. It has all the power of Skeletons in the Closet, and you won't
go wrong picking this up whether you're a fan already or not.Coprophagia Shitty Life1.0Beyonce I Am... Sasha Fierce2.0Nickelback Dark Horse1.5Edguy Tinnitus Sanctus2.5T-Pain Thr33 Ringz1.5William Control Hate Culture1.5Cynic Traced in Air4.5Sylosis Conclusion of an Age4.5t.A.T.u. Happy Smiles3.5Gojira The Way of All Flesh4.0Pussycat Dolls Doll Domination1.0Converge Deathwish Live Series 02: Minneapolis3.0Intronaut Prehistoricisms5.0Defeater Travels4.0Trenches The Tide Will Swallow Us Whole3.5Metallica Death Magnetic2.5Rorcal Myrra, Mordvynn, Marayaa4.0DragonForce Ultra Beatdown2.5I really wanted to like this album. I bought and listened to the whole thing, tedious as it may have been. We all know DragonForce plays variations on the same very fast, very technical song over and over and over...which worked for a while because it was also a very good song. But four albums into their career, it's beginning to sound stale. These guys have the chops to create good music, as is apparent in bits and pieces here. It's time to put that ability to better use.Whitechapel This Is Exile2.53OH!3 Want2.0Thou Peasant4.0Judas Priest Nostradamus3.0Katy Perry One of the Boys3.0Opeth Watershed3.0Rorcal/Kehlvin Ascension4.5The three-part structure of this does wonders to make a 28-minute song stay interesting. From a hardcore/sludge beginning to its beautiful middle section and doomy outro, this is really a fascinating EP and well worth checking out for fans of sludge and post-metal.Revocation Empire of the Obscene3.5Millionaires Bling Bling Bling!1.0Kalmah For The Revolution3.5Septicflesh Communion4.0Meshuggah obZen3.5Exoskeleton Plutonian Herd1.0Attila Soundtrack To A Party1.5Svart Crown Ages Of Decay3.5Scene Kidz Fuq-N-Es-Kay1.02007 Gris Il Etait une Foret...4.0Sigur Ros Heima (DVD)5.0Gamma Ray Land of the Free II3.5Seal System3.0The Ocean Precambrian4.5Avenged Sevenfold Avenged Sevenfold2.5Helloween Gambling With The Devil4.0Ulcerate Of Fracture and Failure3.5Nightwish Dark Passion Play3.0Wolves in the Throne Room Two Hunters5.0Dethklok The Dethalbum3.5Arch Enemy Rise of the Tyrant3.5Primal Fear New Religion3.0Metro Station Metro Station1.5Iced Earth Framing Armageddon3.0Baroness Red Album3.5Fall of Efrafa Elil4.0Malefice Entities3.0Deathspell Omega Fas - Ite, Maledicti, In Ignem Aeternum5.0Iron Savior Megatropolis2.53 Inches of Blood Fire Up The Blades3.5Alex Newton Ground Zero3.0Linkin Park Minutes to Midnight2.5Dimmu Borgir In Sorte Diaboli3.5Moonsorrow V: Havitetty4.5Attila Fallacy1.0Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys: The Legacy World Tour4.0Spermswamp Extreme Cream1.0Thou Tyrant3.52006 Dragonland Astronomy4.0Killswitch Engage As Daylight Dies4.0Isis In the Absence of Truth4.0HammerFall Threshold3.5Meshuggah Nothing (Re-release)4.5Saosin Saosin3.0Mastodon Blood Mountain4.5Iron Maiden A Matter of Life and Death3.0Isis Clearing the Eye (DVD)4.5Paris Hilton Paris1.0Agalloch Ashes Against the Grain4.0Good Riddance My Republic3.0Nightwish End Of An Era5.0Isis Live 42.0Viking Skull Born in Hell3.5Intronaut Void4.0The Dresden Dolls Yes, Virginia...4.0Kalmah The Black Waltz3.5Mastodon The Workhorse Chronicles [DVD]4.5Mastodon Call of the Mastodon3.5Wolves in the Throne Room Diadem of 12 Stars4.0Edguy Rocket Ride3.0DragonForce Inhuman Rampage3.0Giant Squid Metridium Fields4.0Rainbow Deutschland Tournee 19765.0dat bass in Stargazerrbest live recording of Rainbow, which means it's one of the best live recording period. the chemistry between Dio and Blackmore here is incendiary. awesome show.Fall of Efrafa Owsla4.5Rorcal The Way We Are, The Way We Were, The Way...3.52005 The Ocean Aeolian3.5Judas Priest Rising in the East4.5Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys: The Legacy3.5Gamma Ray Majestic4.5t.A.T.u. Dangerous and Moving3.5Nickelback All the Right Reasons2.5Bullet for My Valentine The Poison3.5Pussycat Dolls PCD1.0stellastarr* Harmonies for the Haunted4.0The Rolling Stones A Bigger Bang3.0Opeth Ghost Reveries4.5Crazy Frog Crazy Frog Presents Crazy Hits1.0The All-American Rejects Move Along3.0Deep Purple Universal Masters Collection1.5Just stop. We don't need anymore of these compilations.Giant Squid Monster in the Creek4.0Working on a review for this now. Should be done soon. Not typical Giant Squid but still a cool album, the first two tracks are terrific.Lamb of God Killadelphia4.0Avenged Sevenfold City of Evil3.0Meshuggah Catch Thirtythree4.0The Red Paintings Walls 4.5Gospel The Moon Is a Dead World5.0Isis Live 32.5Matisyahu Live At Stubb's4.0Isis Oceanic: Remixes and Reinterpretations3.0Judas Priest Angel of Retribution4.0Moonsorrow Verisakeet5.0Gojira From Mars to Sirius4.5Deep Purple Rapture of the Deep3.5Isis Live 23.02004 Dragonland Starfall4.5Behemoth Demigod4.0Isis Panopticon5.0Cult of Luna Salvation4.03 Inches of Blood Advance and Vanquish4.0Nightwish Once4.5Mastodon Leviathan5.0Meshuggah I4.5Pyramaze Melancholy Beast4.0Killswitch Engage The End of Heartache4.0Isis Live 12.5Eamon I Don't Want You Back1.0Edguy King of Fools EP3.0DragonForce Sonic Firestorm4.0Usher Confessions3.5The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus2.02003 Nelly Furtado Folklore3.5Britney Spears In The Zone3.0Pelican Australasia4.5Sting Sacred Love2.5Nickelback The Long Road2.0Deep Purple Bananas3.5Seal Seal IV3.5Torsofuck Erotic Diarrhea Fantasy1.0Avenged Sevenfold Waking the Fallen3.5Edguy Burning Down the Opera4.5Gamma Ray Skeletons in the Closet4.5Kalmah Swampsong4.0Metallica St. Anger1.5Gojira The Link3.5Helloween Rabbit Don't Come Easy2.5Moonsorrow Kivenkantaja3.5Opeth Damnation4.0Linkin Park Meteora3.0DragonForce Valley of the Damned3.5Judas Priest Live in London3.0The Ocean Fogdiver4.0Sleep Dopesmoker4.5DoomThrone Skeleton Veiled in Flesh1.02002 Godspeed You! Black Emperor Yanqui U.X.O.3.5Avantasia The Metal Opera Pt. II4.5if you haven't heard The Seven Angels, do yourself a favor and change that.Lil Jon and the East Side Boyz Kings of Crunk1.5t.A.T.u. 200 km/H In The Wrong Lane4.0Meshuggah Nothing3.5Mastodon Remission4.0Killswitch Engage Alive or Just Breathing3.5Kalmah They Will Return5.0Windir Likferd4.5Paracoccidioidomicosisproctitissarcomuco Satyriasis And Nymphomania1.5Isis Oceanic5.0Agalloch The Mantle5.0Primal Fear Black Sun3.5Paysage d'Hiver Winterkaelte5.02001 Edguy Mandrake4.0My Dying Bride The Dreadful Hours4.5Britney Spears Britney2.5Flickerstick Welcoming Home the Astronauts3.5Katy Perry Katy Hudson2.0Death Live in L.A.: Death & Raw4.0Nickelback Silver Side Up2.0Slayer God Hates Us All3.0Gamma Ray No World Order4.5Converge Jane Doe4.5Deep Purple This Time Around: Live in Tokyo3.0Judas Priest Demolition2.0Avenged Sevenfold Sounding the Seventh Trumpet2.5Mastodon Slick Leg2.5Old Man Gloom Seminar III: Zozobra3.0Isis SGNL>053.5Opeth Blackwater Park4.5Mastodon Lifesblood3.0Creed Weathered2.5Gojira Terra Incognita3.5The Ocean Islands/Tides3.0Pig Destroyer Prowler in the Yard4.52000 Within Temptation Mother Earth3.0Kalmah Swamplord4.5Helloween The Dark Ride3.5Godspeed You! Black Emperor Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas...4.0Beautifully orchestrated, and the opening song is about as emotive as music gets, though it does drag around end of the first disc. Godspeed have a formula that works, despite the fact that it is sounding more and more like a formula.Linkin Park Hybrid Theory3.0Electric Wizard Dopethrone4.5Garden of Shadows Oracle Moon4.0Isis Celestial4.0Vengaboys The Platinum Album1.5Weakling Dead as Dreams5.0Mastodon 9 Song Demo3.0Cave In Jupiter3.5Immolation Close to a World Below5.0Paysage d'Hiver Paysage d'Hiver4.5Limp Bizkit Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog...2.51999 Helloween Metal Jukebox2.5Isis The Red Sea3.5Creed Human Clay2.5Sting Brand New Day4.0Red Hot Chili Peppers Californication4.0Godspeed You! Black Emperor Slow Riot For New Zero Kanada4.5Gamma Ray Power Plant4.5Edguy Theater of Salvation4.0Isis Sawblade2.0Godspeed You! Black Emperor John Peel Sessions4.5Agalloch Pale Folklore4.01998 Seal Human Being3.5Meshuggah Chaosphere4.0Judas Priest '98 Live Meltdown3.0Death The Sound of Perseverance4.0Godspeed You! Black Emperor aMAZEzine!2.0Deep Purple Abandon2.5Helloween Better Than Raw3.0Savatage The Wake Of Magellan4.0Iron Maiden Virtual XI2.0Paysage d'Hiver Steineiche4.0Isis Mosquito Control3.51997 Judas Priest Jugulator3.0Gamma Ray The Karaoke Album2.5Gamma Ray Somewhere Out in Space5.0Godspeed You! Black Emperor F#A# (Infinity)5.0Godspeed You! Black Emperor F#A#(Infinity) [Vinyl]4.5HammerFall Glory to the Brave3.0Dimmu Borgir Enthrone Darkness Triumphant4.5Within Temptation Enter3.5Ulver Nattens Madrigal5.0Edguy Kingdom of Madness3.0Burzum Daudi Baldrs2.0Emperor Anthems to the Welkin at Dusk5.0In The Woods... Omnio4.5Gojira Possessed3.01996 Gamma Ray Alive '954.5Sting Mercury Falling3.5Helloween The Time of the Oath3.0In Flames The Jester Race4.0Deep Purple Purpendicular3.5Paula Cole This Fire4.0Neurosis Through Silver in Blood3.5Immolation Here in After4.51995 Iron Maiden The X Factor2.5Bathory Octagon1.0Gamma Ray Land of the Free5.0Iced Earth Burnt Offerings4.5Death Symbolic4.5Ulver Bergtatt - Et eeventyr i 5 capitler4.5My Dying Bride The Angel and the Dark River3.5At the Gates Slaughter of the Soul5.0Hulk Hogan and The Wrestling Boot Band Hulk Rules1.01994 Seal Seal II4.0Helloween Master of the Rings4.0At the Gates Terminal Spirit Disease4.0Emperor In the Nightside Eclipse4.0Burzum Hvis Lyset Tar Oss4.01993 Gamma Ray Lust for Live2.5Gamma Ray Insanity and Genius3.0Deep Purple The Battle Rages On...2.5Morbid Angel Covenant4.0Helloween Chameleon2.0At the Gates With Fear I Kiss the Burning Darkness3.5Sting Ten Summoner's Tales4.0Demilich Nespithe4.0Carcass Heartwork4.0Cynic Focus5.0That is some gay, gay metal, man...some gay, gay metal.Billy Joel River Of Dreams4.01991 Gamma Ray Sigh No More3.5Meshuggah Contradictions Collapse3.0Metallica Metallica3.5Seal Seal4.5Helloween Pink Bubbles Go Ape2.0Sting The Soul Cages4.51990 Deep Purple Slaves and Masters3.0Slayer Seasons in the Abyss4.5Gamma Ray Heaven Can Wait2.0Judas Priest Painkiller5.0Bathory Hammerheart3.5Gamma Ray Heading for Tomorrow3.5Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young Live It Up1.5The Great Kat Beethoven On Speed3.01989 Billy Joel Storm Front3.0Godflesh Streetcleaner4.51988 Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II4.0Slayer South of Heaven4.0Cinderella Long Cold Winter4.0Judas Priest Ram It Down3.5Iron Maiden Seventh Son of a Seventh Son4.5Bathory Blood Fire Death5.0Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young American Dream2.01987 Judas Priest Priest...Live!4.0Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys Part I4.5Deep Purple The House of Blue Light3.5The Great Kat Worship Me or Die!2.51986 Slayer Reign in Blood4.5Iron Maiden Somewhere in Time4.5Cinderella Night Songs4.0Billy Joel The Bridge3.5Judas Priest Turbo3.0Metallica Master of Puppets4.0Black Sabbath Seventh Star3.01985 Helloween Walls of Jericho4.51984 Deep Purple Perfect Strangers4.0Iron Maiden Powerslave4.5Metallica Ride the Lightning4.5Judas Priest Defenders of the Faith4.51983 Black Sabbath Born Again3.0Iron Maiden Piece of Mind4.0Rainbow Bent Out of Shape2.01982 Judas Priest Screaming for Vengeance4.0Iron Maiden The Number of the Beast4.0Rainbow Straight Between the Eyes3.5Venom Black Metal4.01981 Venom Welcome to Hell4.5Foreigner 44.0Judas Priest Point of Entry3.0Iron Maiden Killers3.5Rainbow Jealous Lover1.5Judas Priest Hero, Hero2.51980 Diamond Head Lightning to the Nations4.0Black Sabbath Heaven and Hell4.5Judas Priest British Steel3.5Rainbow Difficult to Cure2.51979 Fleetwood Mac Tusk4.0Judas Priest Unleashed in the East4.5Rainbow Down To Earth3.01978 Judas Priest Killing Machine3.0Deep Purple When We Rock, We Rock & When We Roll, We Roll1.5Rainbow Long Live Rock & Roll4.5Judas Priest Stained Class4.5Judas Priest The Best Of1.51977 Deep Purple Powerhouse2.0Judas Priest Sin After Sin3.5Fleetwood Mac Rumours4.51976 Rainbow Rising5.0Judas Priest Sad Wings of Destiny5.0Magma Udu Wudu3.51975 Deep Purple Come Taste the Band3.0Rainbow Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow3.5Magma Live/Hhaï (Köhntark)5.01974 Deep Purple Stormbringer3.0Judas Priest Rocka Rolla2.5Deep Purple Burn4.0Magma Köhntarkösz4.51973 Magma Mekanïk Destruktiw Kommandoh5.0The scope of this album is mind-boggling. Magma invented their own genre to tell Christian
Vander's apocalyptic story, including their own language based around the music. Blasquiz's
voice is ridiculous in range and tone, and the rhythm section (Jannick Top and Vander)
creates the funkiest, most thunderous foundation I've ever heard. If you have any interest
in experimental music, jazz, progressive rock, or outer space, get this right now.Deep Purple Who Do We Think We Are3.01972 Deep Purple Made in Japan5.0Deep Purple Machine Head5.0Creedence Clearwater Revival Mardi Gras2.0Captain Beyond Captain Beyond4.51971 Deep Purple Fireball4.5Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young 4 Way Street5.01970 Creedence Clearwater Revival Cosmo's Factory5.0Deep Purple In Rock4.51969 The Rolling Stones Let It Bleed5.0Creedence Clearwater Revival Green River3.51968 Deep Purple The Book of Taliesyn2.5Deep Purple Shades of Deep Purple3.51965 John Coltrane A Love Supreme5.01959 The Dave Brubeck Quartet Time Out4.5Ornette Coleman The Shape of Jazz to Come4.51952 John Cage 4'335.01913 Igor Stravinsky Le Sacre du printemps5.01893 Antonin Dvorak Symphony No. 9 in E minor, Op. 95, B. 1785.0
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