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2013
Megadeth Super Collider1.0
Evile Skull1.0

2012
Testament Dark Roots of Earth4.0
InMe The Pride4.0
Biohazard Reborn In Defiance2.0

2011
Korn The Path of Totality2.5
Megadeth Th1rt3en1.5
Evile Five Serpent's Teeth2.0
Anthrax Worship Music4.0

2010
Korn Korn III: Remember Who You Are2.0
Exodus Exhibit B: The Human Condition4.5

2009
Slayer World Painted Blood4.0
Evile Infected Nations1.0
InMe Herald Moth5.0
Megadeth Endgame4.5
A solid as fuck comeback from Megadeth that is all about the consistency-every single song on this album is as solid as the last one, with The Hardest Part Of letting Go and How The Story Ends sticking out among the bunch. The riff work on this album is their strongest since Rust In peace by a long way and this stands proud as Megadeths third finest album to date. From the instrumental opening that is just solo after solo, this release never stops kicking ass. Dave Mustaine, you should be proud of this release. Most people, myself included, expected a complete shitfest on a monumental scale, despite how good United Abominations turned out to be-noone believed they could build off that properly and put out a more than listenable release but Megadeth and Dave Mustaine said fuck you to the world and put out one of their most charged, pissed off releases to date and one that can proudly stand up against the stuff they put out back in the 80s and early 90s. Yes, folks, this is how Megadeth SHOULD sound instead of the piece of shit albums that The System Has Failed and The World Needs A Hero were, so buckle up and be prepared for a riff fest unlike any gay shit the band has put out since Rust In Peace for this is a outright motherfucking modern thrash classic but not quite on the scale of Hordes Of Chaos
Fit for Rivals Steady Damage5.0
My favorite album at the minute, Damage in particularly is an utterly incredible song, and Renee Phoenix is so hot!

2008
Metallica Death Magnetic2.0
Slipknot All Hope Is Gone2.0
A really bad album and massive musical regression for the band. whilst there are a few good songs on here and at times it is worth listening to, for the most part it is rubbish without any relevancy and just sounds like the band straining to be as good as they used to be
Testament The Formation of Damnation3.5

2007
Exodus The Atrocity Exhibition: Exhibit A4.0
InMe Daydream Anonymous4.5
Korn Untitled1.5
Evile Enter the Grave1.5
Megadeth United Abominations4.0

2006
Slayer Christ Illusion3.0
This album, now that i relisten to it, is far above average.

2005
Korn See You on the Other Side1.5
Exodus Shovel Headed Kill Machine3.5
Biohazard Means to an End1.0
InMe White Butterfly2.0

2004
Megadeth The System Has Failed1.5
Slipknot Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)4.0
A really amazing album from Slipknot, probably their best album although that is really between all of their first three. This lacks the energy of the last two and raw emotion, but makes up for it with real talent in the song writing and shows off a large amount of variety and great level of musical evolution for the band. The Nameless is probably the best thing on here (and definitely the most technical thing the band ever wrote) but they are all pretty decent.
Exodus Tempo of the Damned2.5

2003
Korn Take a Look in the Mirror2.5
Metallica St. Anger3.0
Anthrax We've Come for You All3.0
Biohazard Kill or be Killed2.5
InMe Overgrown Eden4.0
Average as fuck album, only crushed like fruit, lava twilight and underdose rule still m/ the rest are al fairly boring, the instrumentals are fun but the vocals are some of the worst and most gay ever made, and its overly long. the good songs really are amazing though and everyone shoudl hear them. the album was just Dave Mcpherson tapping into the nu-metal craze of the day and it backfired big time because this album had all the short comings of the craze. average as fuck release
2002
The Explicits No Remorse5.0
Quite possibly the finest slab of hardcore punk out there with a lot of thrashy influence, this is an incredible performance from one of the msot talented musicians in the world, and the guest appearence from Peter from vader just adds to the aesomeness of this release
Korn Untouchables2.0

2001
Slayer God Hates Us All3.0
Biohazard Uncivilization3.5
Slipknot Iowa3.5
A great album that does not rely on being technically proficient to get its message across, and the message is simple-Fuck You. that is all this album has ever been about-saying fuck you to the world and it really works well with Left Behind and People = Shit being the best songs on the album
Megadeth The World Needs a Hero1.0

1999
Korn Issues3.0
Megadeth Risk2.5
Slipknot Slipknot4.5
For anyone who was born in the early 1990s and actually grew up with this, you will get why this is so good-so much energy and this was our jam. or at least if youre like me. and its actually still more than listenable with some killer songs on it
Biohazard New World Disorder1.5
Testament The Gathering3.0

1998
Korn Follow the Leader3.5
Anthrax Volume 8: The Threat Is Real1.0
Slayer Diabolus in Musica2.5

1997
Metallica Reload1.5
Biohazard No Holds Barred: Live In Europe1.5
Megadeth Cryptic Writings3.0
Testament Demonic2.5

1996
Slipknot Mate. Feed. Kill. Repeat.3.0
Korn Life Is Peachy4.0
Biohazard Mata Leao3.5
Metallica Load4.0
Slayer Undisputed Attitude1.0

1995
Anthrax Stomp 4421.5

1994
Megadeth Youthanasia3.5
Korn Korn4.5
Testament Low2.0
Slayer Divine Intervention3.0
Biohazard State of the World Address1.5

1993
Anthrax Sound of White Noise4.0

1992
Exodus Force of Habit2.0
Megadeth Countdown to Extinction4.0
Testament The Ritual3.0
Biohazard Urban Discipline4.5
Biohazard at their peak in my opinion. really solid dose of hardcore with a lot of fun to be had, loads of gang vocals as should be expected, but some cool rapping done as well and lyrics that speak volumes about the society of today this really is a brilliant album that everyone should experience at least once

1991
Metallica Metallica4.0

1990
Slayer Seasons in the Abyss4.5
Testament Souls of Black3.5
Megadeth Rust in Peace5.0
Absolutely rulez. Theres not a lot of albums that rule quite as hard as this one m/ every song on here is a god damn classic and if you dont like this you are definitely not trve.
Anthrax Persistence of Time4.5
Worth a shot even if it is just for the cover of Got The Time. Fantastic.
Exodus Impact Is Imminent2.5

1989
Testament Practice What You Preach3.0
Exodus Fabulous Disaster4.0

1988
Anthrax State of Euphoria3.0
Metallica ...And Justice for All4.5
Slayer South of Heaven4.0
Testament The New Order4.0
Megadeth So Far, So Good... So What!4.0

1987
Exodus Pleasures of the Flesh3.5
Testament The Legacy4.0
Anthrax Among the Living4.5
The album that contains all of Anthrax's classic songs, including Caught In A Mosh, NFL, Indians, and I Am The Law.

1986
Slayer Reign in Blood4.5
Megadeth Peace Sells... but Who's Buying?5.0
Probably my favorite megadeth release so far, every song on here is absolutely amazing from start to finish. My last words and good mourning last friday are the best songs on here but they all rule. there is nothing at all that is bad about this release whatsoever. The riff craft is definitely the best that Megadeth ever did and the individual songs are solid as fuck, even the cover song I Aint Superstitious is more bareable than most thrash cover songs (cough that shitty sodom cover on m-16 cough). Such an incredible record, just go out and fucking buy it instead of sitting on your fat arse reading my soundoff for it.
Metallica Master of Puppets3.5

1985
Anthrax Spreading the Disease4.0
Slayer Hell Awaits4.5
Megadeth Killing Is My Business...4.5
Exodus Bonded by Blood4.5
Not quite the masterpiece some would have you believe but a more than listenable thrash album, the title track, Exodus and Pirahna are deifinitely the highlights of the album. Some great riffs and the soloing is second to none but aside from that its just a slightly above average release

1984
Slayer Haunting the Chapel4.0
Metallica Ride the Lightning4.0
Anthrax Fistful of Metal2.0

1983
Slayer Show No Mercy3.5
Metallica Kill 'Em All3.0

1990
Biohazard Biohazard4.0
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