|Last "official" Day Of High School|
Still have to come back every day next week to study for exams but today
was the official last day. Feeling an assortment of mixed emotions, this list
is just a compilation of stuff I have been into over the years (most of it is
While I am sure I hated it at the time, no pop album captured those early high
school years like this one.
|24||System Of A Down|
Loved this album's frantic pace and crazy drumming, still enjoy this lots
|23|| ||Otep |
Can't handle this album these days but back then I loved this as well as other Otep
They're Only Chasing Safety
Such a great release, loved it then and love it now
|21||Eyes Set to Kill|
"Darling" was such a good song, I was a massive sucker for melodrama
Goodbye To The Gallows
Had that "fk u btch" mentality that most "heartbroken" 15 year old boys will enjoy.
|19||Bring Me The Horizon |
I still like a few songs off this album but a lot of it is pretty bad. Enjoyed heaps
back in the day because of it's "brutality".
|18||A Skylit Drive|
She Watched The Sky
I'll never forget how embarrassed I was about enjoying this EP so much.
|17||A Day to Remember |
ADTR were probably the most consistently liked band in my year level, there was no
way I was not going to get into them.
|16||The Plot In You |
This is a recent one that was really huge among my friends and myself, discovered
this band when I saw them live with Buried In Verona and much like BIV they
became the group's obsession and was played all the time.
|15||Buried In Verona|
Saturday Night Sever
A friend of mine found this small band, which eventually became an obsession for
my whole friend group. "Hangin' Hoes By Their Toes" has been blasted at many
Enema Of The State
Not much to say about this one, I'm sure most people were into this album at one
stage, I still love it.
|13||Greeley Estates |
Go West Young Man, Let The Evil Go East
While it makes me cringe a bit these days, this album and No Rain, No Rainbow
came to me at a stage in my life where I was very much getting into heavier bands.
and they provided a good amount of accessible heavy.
|12||Taking Back Sunday |
Tell All Your Friends
One of my favourite albums, packed full of nostalgia and perfectly captures all the
melodramatic nonsense that defined 15 year old me.
|11||Suicide Silence |
Thought this was as heavy as music got when I first found it, still a bit grating to
listen to from start to finish.
|10||All That Remains|
The Fall of Ideals
My former best friend got me into this band and I spent many a Saturday afternoon
at his house listening to this and playing video games.
|9||The Amity Affliction|
"Anchors" was a huge hit at my school, I loved this album a lot, I still do like it
heaps. Amity was the first band I saw live in 2011 with Asking Alexandria and they
Stand Up And Scream
Loved the chugs and the needless vulgarity, thought this was "heavy as fuck".
Loved how angry this album was, great for a bad day.
|6||My Chemical Romance |
Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge
My obligatory "MCR phase" was actually far later than everyone else I talked to as I
didn't really care for music in primary school, so I kept my immense enjoyment for
their music to myself mostly.
Take To The Skies
Bought this album on a whim and grew to love every track on it, still enjoy this a lot
His Last Walk
Not much to say on this album, just something I enjoyed naturally given my taste
at the time.
I still dig this album, actually enjoyed this more than Antichrist Superstar back in
|2||Escape The Fate |
Dying Is Your Latest Fashion
Pretty much every year 8 who liked "heavier" music had a moment with this album.
I am not sure why I loved this album so much, even my friends thought it was lame
but hey! I was 15.