|Slim The Llama: Listen To These|
Slimdaddy, Lyzak The Llama. Pay attention.
Slimdaddy gets 1-4... Based on your enjoyment of Dark Roots of Earth, and your particular taste in thrash, I'd say the elder version of Anthrax is something you would definitely enjoy.
Time Is Up
Yet again, some thrash you'd like.
Because for a reason I can't quite comprehend you like Bison B.C.... equal parts doom, sludge, stoner, thrash, and a little hardcore. I' interested to see how you fair against their doomier side.
Last Fair Deal Gone Down
This is a very dark album, but holds firmly to verses and choruses enough to make me think I could ease you into liking even darker stuff.
Lyzak gets 5-10... This is some really cool instrumental stuff, post-rocky, but riff heavy, but quite unique beyond that meager description.
Loud City Song
Bohren atmosphere and sultry singing on top. Go for it.
This is proof of Emma Rundle's creative variety, an I'm sure you'd get something out of it.
Voices of Omens
True to most reviews, this album is a standout in sludge. It's like Neurosis grew up in Little Rock, and with the scariest female vocalist I've ever heard (the growling if you check it out). Kick ass
|9||We Lost The Sea|
The Quietest Place On Earth
You may have heard this, but damn it's glorious
This is monolithic from the very beginning. If the opening riff from Prepare The Ground doesn't intrigue you at least, I'll be quite disappointed.