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21st Century Love Songs
A grower and then some. Took 4-5 listens to dig its hooks in, and eventually rose to be a top 3 'hearts album. The consistently high quality is a massive leap forward from the good but patchy Rennaisance Men
My Head Wants Me Dead
|2||Ice Nine Kills|
The Silver Scream 2: Welcome to Horrorwood
An immensely addictive album. The variety on display lifts this album above the rest of their pretty decent discography, and if they can take this forward and grow their sound from the horror movie gimmick then big things lie ahead.
The most Fear Factory of records, a glorious culmination of the majority of their career with a liitle hint at what may be on the post-Seabell horizon
|4||Future Funk Squad|
FFS albums always bring the cinematic, and this time it's with a very organic feel. Was a little concerned that there would be too much vox, but it's become probably my favourite of his albums
On the back of DFD and Polkadot Cadaver my expectations were high. It does drag in places, but when it's good it is very good.
Her Name Is Death
Always had an issue with the throaty vocal style, but this is still a bit special. My favourite since Heartwork.
Flesh Ripping Sonic Torment Limited
The Nature of Betrayal
The best industrial album I've heard in quite a while, big improvement on their previous work too.
Destroy Something Beautiful
|8||Devil Sold His Soul|
Thought these guys were done and dusted, but have come back with their best effort yet. Album is still growing on me.
|9||Every Time I Die|
Something about these guys never connected with me, but I'm feeling this more than any of their others.
A Colossal Wreck
Always prefer my death metal on the melo side, which this does nicely.
Heirs of the Descent
|Good to see some love for 1, top of the tree for me too this year|
|Proper back to their best album. So I fully expect them to split up in 2022|
|Demon of the Fall|
|Oh new DFD-related shit... What style have Todd Smith & Co. gone for this time around? The artwork looks like Carcass homage, lol|
|It's got a more Knives Out feel, not my favourite r2w sound, but Wet Markets, Nightstalker and Her Name is Death are great songs. And it has Suicidal Tendencies and Motley Crue covers!|
|Demon of the Fall|
|I never did get around to checking the Knives Out material, so erm yeah... I'll probably peek at some point out of curiosity.|