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04.23.21 Albums/Artists That Have Little to No F

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The soaring riff halfway through Moosh hits me like a swinging axe in Sen's Fortress; truly incredible. Lots of good tracks here, Moosh, Rock Anthem for the Retarded Teenage Hipster Population, Staring at the Sun..., She are good ones to check out
Everything I Long For

Need something to change your mood for the course of the day? Need to cry, but don't have the right stimuli? Spin this. If you feel nothing listening to Skates or When This is Over, you're not human.
3Agents of Oblivion
Agents of Oblivion

Fans of Acid Bath are already probably familiar with this one, but either way, nice slab of swamp rock with the best opening track of any album I've ever heard, and damn it, I mean it.
Goatsnake Vol. 1

Headsplitting, really awesome vocals; What Love Remains and the opener, Slippin the Stealth are nasty
5Element Eighty

Its thick and chunky, its got some nu metal sensibilities, but I'll be damned if this isn't better than a lot of their contemporaries who had far more successful careers. Lyrics are a little much, but it unfortunately comes with the territory.
6Forever In Terror
Restless In The Tides

Metalcore; need more listens to decide where I'm at with this, but for the time I think its pretty good; enjoyable riffs, drums
7Sweet Valley

Electronic, lots of trap sensibilities; if you like this, check out their Eternal Champ, lots of cool gaming samples put to use
Wholesale Buyout

Used to see Cire recommended a lot for APC fans, so I checked them (actually one guy behind this project) out, and was really pleased. Edge of Consciousness is a standout here; lots of philospohical flourishes in the lyrics, but not in a way I find pretentious
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