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Metal: Cult Classics Pt. XXII

Here's 20
1Vlad Tepes/Belketre
March To The Black Holocaust

Essential trve kvlt grimness delivered to you from France. Legendary collab which is not only a must-listen but a must-own for black metal fans.
2Satanic Warmaster
Carelian Satanist Madness

Bringing the atmosphere and the riffs along with the Satan.
IV: An Arrow in Heart

Swirling instrumental work clash with demonic vocals and ominous soundscapes; another modern day gem from France.
Master Killer

The most thug sounding metal/hardcore record ever? Possibly. Unbridled rage from legit tough street guys who'd shoot you in the face.
Satanic Black Devotion

The first sweet taste we got from one of the prime Finnish black metal bands.
6Lord Belial
Enter The Moonlight Gate

Overlooked melodic black metal from Sweden. Terrific melodic playing and inspired writing.
7Vision of Disorder
Vision of Disorder

Metallic hardcore from NYC delivered in an extra warped package. It sounds like the gutter and that sound pleases my ears.
8Orange Goblin
Time Travelling Blues

A more straightforward stoner metal affair from London's main stoners, but pulled off with the necessary amount of vigour.
9Iron Monkey
Iron Monkey

Some more nasty dive bar jams from Nottingham.
Enter the Realm of Death

On par with the debut. Death metal with an extra helping of atmosphere done right.
Mdlosci and Further Down the Nest

Where melody meets misery.
Desert Northern Hell

Generic norsecore? Who cares if it's pulled off this well.
13Atlantean Kodex
The White Goddess (A Grammar Of Poetic Myth)

A rare 21st century example of inspired epic metal.

The album that cemented the Australian band as a brutal death outfit to watch out for.
15Red Harvest
Sick Transit Gloria Mundi

A collection of paranoid end-of-the-world rippers from Norway's unsung industrial metal masters.
16Armored Saint
Symbol of Salvation

If you fancy to rock-out-with-your-cock-out this one still delivers tenfold.

A sudden entry that put the Swiss avant-black outfit on many's to-watch list.
18All Out War
For Those Who Were Crucified

Furious metallic hardcore from - quelle surprise! - NYC. Old school core taking turns with Slayer riffing all screeched together by some throat-shredding vocal destroyage.

A collection of rockin' tunes and Blackie's finest output since 1992.
20Slow (BE)
V - Oceans

Modern day funeral doom gem from Belgium (of all places) featuring an immense all-encompassing atmosphere.
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