|Instant adrenaline creation|
Every one of these albums, in no particular order, get me going real fast, every time.
|1||Every Time I Die|
From Parts Unknown
My favorite band. This is like 25% of the reason why.
|2||Employed to Serve|
Greyer than You Remember
is there a better debut hardcore album in the decade?
The Weird and Wonderful Marmozets
best female singer in heavy music? also if you havent heard it, listen to the good days EP, shit slams
All We Love We Leave Behind
"drop off album"? sounds like you haven't given this one enough time.
They Don’t Have To Believe
This is as raw, furious, and passionate as feminism and veganism have ever sounded.
Messy, Isn't It?
The rare album that confronts societal evils so aggressively and honestly that it makes me uncomfortable. But that does make 10/10 guitar and drum performances sound even more sick.
|7||The Dillinger Escape Plan|
YOU WAAAAAAAAAAAAANT A VISIOOOOOOOOOOOOON YOU CANT HAVE
Sometimes simplicity is all you need. Also its a shame that most of their fans have probably never heard Pressures, Hollow, and Set To Destroy.
Love Is Love // Return To Dust
fucking teenagers made this album.
Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses
Heavy (sonically and emotionally) with hooks all over the place without sounding poppy more than once or twice out of 16 tracks. Also Joey Jordison what a guy.
Harvest of Darkness
One of the most unique sounding heavy albums of the decade. Their first and only, how crazy is that shit?
The Things We Carry
Probably the most earnest of all the albums I love. Always inspiring, never overstays its welcome.
Live Shit: Binge & Purge
I think there's a good chance I never fully transition from a mostly rock to a mostly hardcore/metal taste if I don't come across this.
City of Evil
This makes up for all the boring parts of their future albums.
|15||While She Sleeps|
Perhaps my favorite album of all time at the moment. Favorite is a weird word but I'm going off what I've listened to the most, and this is definitely that. They're better than every band they get lumped in with, and this album on its own basically guarantees that will remain true for the rest of their career. One of the most exceptional deliveries on the often broken promise that the next album will be "heavier and more melodic"