Demon of the Fall
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01.07.22 Demon's top 38(+2) of '2111.11.21 5/5 gg pogchampion
09.02.21 Demon's 2(.1k) top 100 albums 05.27.21 List contains good music...
04.01.20 Demon’s quarantine jams01.08.20 Demon's 2019 ranked
01.09.19 Demon's top 24 of 201810.31.18 1,000 ratings - my top 75 albums!

Demon's top 38(+2) of '21
40Lil Ugly Mane
Volcanic Bird Enemy and the Voiced Concern


honourable mention, slow grower
39Dvne
Etemen Ænka


honourable mention, should like it more
38Pupil Slicer
Mirrors


mathcore

*late edition
37The Spirit Of The Beehive
Entertainment, Death


(weird) disorientating psych / post-punk

*late edition
36Yautja
The Lurch


sludge, nasty
35death's dynamic shroud.wmv
Faith in Persona


actually good vaporwave? cool
34Diskord
Degenerations
33Ethereal Shroud
Trisagion


*late edition, well done Noctus!
32Sufjan Stevens and Angelo De Augustine
A Beginner's Mind
31Knocked Loose
A Tear in the Fabric of Life


EP schmeepee
30Frontierer
Oxidized


grind that's A S T H E T I C S but actually remembers to keep the listener engaged
29Iosonouncane
IRA


I should've listened to this more often, really cool and somewhat unique atmosphere
28Cara Neir
Pain Gel of Purification


A return to their grindier form after the underwhelming 'Phase Out' experiment
27Emma Ruth Rundle and Thou
The Helm of Sorrow


EP schmeepee
26Worm
Foreverglade


death/doom - surprisingly melodic, great solos
25Manchester Orchestra
The Million Masks of God


A release held up by it's high points, Bed Head / Annie is a contender for 1-2 punch of the year. It doesn't touch Black Mile, but I'm glad it exists.
24Full of Hell
Garden of Burning Apparitions


grind - might actually be my fave FoH outside of the Merzbow collab
23Sunless
Ylem
22Papangu
Holoceno


sludge/brutal prog - too zeuhl for school but better than Magma
21Krallice
Demonic Wealth


space-swamp core, recorded on a resuscitated amphibian (probably)
20Emma Ruth Rundle
Engine of Hell
19Suffering Hour
The Cyclic Reckoning
18Skee Mask
Pool
17Bruno Pernadas
Private Reasons


neo-psych / progressive pop / jazz / bossa nova

surprised by how much I came back to this earlier in the year, really nice discovery
16Sweet Trip
A Tiny House, In Secret Speeches, Polar Equals
15Amon Tobin
How Do You Live


It's not his best, but doesn't need to be. A nice summation of his career thus far.
14Converge
Bloodmoon: I


An awful lot better than it has any right to be, I'm looking forward to see what this project can come up with next. Bloodmoon is here to stay and I'm down with that, especially after the disappointment of Dusk.
13Rhododendron
Protozoan Battle Hymns


noise rock / psych / post-metal (yes) / 'brutal' prog (...apparently, whatever that last one is)
12Vertebra Atlantis
Lustral Purge in Cerulean Bliss


NEARLY the best Italian dissodeath this year, the blackened elements give it a lil' extra flavour
11Cult of Luna
The Raging River


EP schmeepee

I'm gonna explode when the new one drops
10Hyperdontia
Hideous Entity


fave OSDM record I've heard recently, guitar tone is godly
9Every Time I Die
Radical


Southern-fried metalcore riffs with more post / alt leanings than they perhaps get credit for. If this proves to be their swansong then what a way to go. Unbelievably consistent band.
8First Fragment
Gloire Eternelle


neo-classical noodles, deliciously melodic
7Der Weg Einer Freiheit
Noktvrn


post black
6Darkside
Spiral
5Trophy Scars
Astral Pariah
4Ad Nauseam
Imperative Imperceptible Impulse
3Low
Hey What
2Cradle of Filth
Existence Is Futile
1Tropical Fuck Storm
Deep States


eccentric psych / noise rock

'Don't poke fun, neek knows you need a little grit. This would be so great if all the vox were handled by Josh Homme and Phoebe Bridgers' - porc

if only
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