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4000 Ratings

Have been lurking on this site for over a decade and rated like 90% of the albums I've listened to. Used hitting 4000 ratings as a chance to compile a list of my top 100 albums. Let's see how this goes, went over by a few I think and is kind of struggle to figure out what should come off that far in aha.
1ISIS
Panopticon


The GOAT for me. Fave band for about as long as I've been on the site. In the Absence of Truth is almost tied with this one.
2Boards of Canada
Geogaddi


I progressively just got more into this band as I got older. Became obsessed. Listened to this album almost everyday during a really shitty Winter and it def made it more of a trip.
3Boilermaker
In Wallace's Shadow


Heavily underrated/unknown Post-Hardcore/Emo masterpiece IMO. Sometimes you just click emotionally with an album and it sticks. Solid af vocals/bass playing too, RIP Terrin.
4Godflesh
Post Self


Was between this and the debut. I will always be influenced by this band. Them being able to put out an album that has elements of all their eras and still pushes the sound forward, this deep into their career is fkn amazing.
5Duster
Contemporary Movement


I got really into slowcore a few years back and revisited this album. Got heavily into their whole discog and many adjacent projects. Another album that just clicked.
6Ash Borer
Ash Borer


One of the best USBM albums. Not many other bands combining elements of Post-Rock, retain that raw and grim feeling of old BM like Ash Borer do.
7Thursday
War All the Time


Never thought nearing 30, I'd still be in love with a band I got into when I was like 12 aha. Their discog (except maybe the first album) hold up really fkn well. Great lyrics on this album.
8Maudlin of the Well
Leaving Your Body Map


We all know this and Bath are masterpieces. This shit opened my mind up to so much music and possibilities of combining aspects of all the genres you like.
9Q and Not U
No Kill No Beep Beep


Emo dance punk post-hardcore. Energy levels rise every time I put it on.
10Talk Talk
Spirit of Eden


Proto Post-Rock classic. Their last three albums are all gorgeous. Another band I like more each passing year. Truly one of those bands that was actually ahead of their time.
11Fear Before
The Always Open Mouth


Best post-hardcore album there is. Bought it when I was like 13 and enjoyed it, it has never stopped resonating emotionally. Some of the most forward thinking punk music ever recorded. Also if you own the CD take off the part holding the CD and you'll find the hidden lyric booklet, blew my mind when I was younger.
12Lil Ugly Mane
Oblivion Access


One of the most significant modern musicians in my opinion. I got overly into his work. His willingness and success with experimentation is v inspiring.
13Sunny Day Real Estate
How It Feels To Be Something On


The GOAT emo album for me.
14Dinosaur Jr.
Bug


Could be a handful of their albums here. The most significant "Indie" band for me. Opened up my ears to many kinds of music.
15John Fahey
Fare Forward Voyagers (Soldier's Choice)


Fell in love with his style and story a few years ago. I adore Ameican Primitivism now and Fahey is the godfather of the genre. This is prob his heaviest/darkest album.
16Jack Rose
Kensington Blues


My second favourite of the finger picking style. The most soulful player behind Fahey.
17Meshuggah
Catch Thirtythree


They have many great albums but this is their masterpiece. Dark, philosophical and has the dankest grooves.
18Bathory
Blood Fire Death


Was obsessed with BM as young lad. Bathory essentially created the sound and has a few classics. This and Under the Sign are the ones I go back to most.
19Silencer (SWE)
Death - Pierce Me


Some may laugh at this album. It's Gollum fronting a DSBM band. It's unhinged af and wonderfully written.
20Today Is the Day
Temple of the Morning Star


Hard to pick my favourite of Austin's. His perseverance and striking originality/insanity in the early days is admirable.
21The Blood Brothers
Young Machetes


Used to get chirped for listening to this in high school. I still adore this album and it has their best lyrics.
22Tortoise
TNT


Post-Rock GOAT
23diSEMBOWELMENT
Transcendence into the Peripheral


Truly original and influential album. The eerie clean guitars between all that dank DM still sounds fresh.
24The Locust
Plague Soundscapes


Such tightly organized madness. Some of the best drum playing I've heard, RIP Gabe.
25Hum
Downward Is Heavenward


Such a classic. So many bands over the past 5 or so years trying to replicate what they did here and that's alright.
26Underoath
Define the Great Line


Still fkn holds up. Another album I didn't think I'd still love. Wonderful mash of post-hardcore, metalcore and post-metal.
27Hell (USA)
III


The best modern sludge band that isn't Thou. This album has more BM and post-rock/metal elements mixed in and stands out because of it. More people need to fall in love with these guys.
28Nine Inch Nails
Year Zero


Heard this when I was around 12. Prob the reason I eventually got really into Electronic, Ambient, Industrial and a variety of other sounds. Album has such good beats aha.
29Gravediggaz
6 Feet Deep


All time fave hip-hop album. The interplay, lyrics, beats and spookiness are all top notch.
30Demilich
Nespithe


Those weird angular DM riffs get me every time. Happy there's more and more bands with their influence.
31Chthe'ilist
Le Dernier Crépuscule


Demilich worship band. Excellent example of being heavily influenced but also have a strong identity not completely reliant on it.
32Boys Night Out
Trainwreck


Can't believe I still love this album. Some of my fave guitar work in the genre.
33Suis La Lune
Riala


Screamo classic. Best clean tones in the game.
34Defeated Sanity
Chapters of Repugnance


An assault of technical proficiency. Artwork perfectly incapsulates the hellish sounds within.
35Gorguts
Obscura


The OG disso death album/band. Nothing will ever touch this for me.
36Radiohead
In Rainbows


It's fkn Radiohead
37Cory Hanson
The Unborn Capitalist From Limbo


A slept on psychedelic indie folk/country gem.
38Thou
Tyrant


Maybe the best Sludge band. Hard to pick a favourite. V happy to see them garner more attention and also expand on their sound.
39The Mars Volta
Amputechture


It's FKN VOLTA. Can't really decide on fave of their albums, maybeee this one.
40Idiot Pilot
Wolves


One of my most listened to albums ever. Like post-hardcore influenced Radiohead/early Muse. Iunno the melodies just stay with ya.
41Failure
In The Future Your Body Will Be The Furthest Thing From Your Mind


Fantastic Planet and this are tied. One of the greatest post-reunion albums ever. I saw them live this year and it sounded impeccable.
42Genghis Tron
Board Up the House


This album man, that closer man, those synths, those screams and that album cover. Will forever love this.
43Integrity
Those Who Fear Tomorrow


Fave Hardcore/proto-metalcore album
44Capsule (US)
Blue


The madness of the playing/time signatures and droney/atmospheric clean parts always keep me coming back and want to pick up an instrument.
45Warning
Watching from a Distance


Fave Doom album. The vocals are S tier.
46Television
Marquee Moon


One of my most listened to albums. The songwriting and guitar playing are so good. It just sounds classic.
47Rex
C


A newer addition to my favourites. Amazing blend of Slowcore with almost Country elements. Slept on classic.
48Killing Joke
MMXII


Between this or the debut as my fave. The ferocity in Jazz's performance on this and overall atmosphere, is what made me pick it. Tho their debut is the true classic.
49Bedhead
WhatFunLifeWas


You like Slowcore? You like this.
50Khanate
Clean Hands Go Foul


Soul crushing experimental music. They prob helped start my eventual love for noise and drone music.
51Sunn O)))
Monoliths and Dimensions


M A S S I V E
52The Smiths
Strangeways, Here We Come


Fuck Morrissey
53Deftones
Saturday Night Wrist


Their best, fight me.
54Cave In
Jupiter


Nothin like it
55Coffinworm
When All Became None


DANK RIFFS
56Alex G
DSU


Makes ya cry
57Depeche Mode
Songs Of Faith And Devotion


C L A S S I C
58Wolves in the Throne Room
Two Hunters


Best USBM (maybe)
59Viktor Vaughn
Vaudeville Villain


Best DOOM (maybe)
60Portal
Swarth


Hard to pick a fave
61Celtic Frost
To Mega Therion


OUGH
62Kidcrash
Jokes


Mathy dweedles
63Crime In Stereo
Crime In Stereo Is Dead


ANTHEMS
64Horse Jumper of Love
Horse Jumper of Love


Sadheavychillcore
65Catherine Wheel
Ferment


CLASSIC
66Mayhem
De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas


Nothin without this
67Hopesfall
Magnetic North


Post-Hardcore classic IMO
68The Mercury Program
A Data Learn the Language


C H I L L
69Pygmy Lush
Mount Hope


SadFolkAmbientCore
70Pink Floyd
Animals


CLASSIC
71Camel
Mirage


C L A S S I C
72black sabbath
Black Sabbath


MEGA C L A S S I C
73Rush
Hemispheres


Just slightly less than ^^ but still CLASSSSSIC
74Glassjaw
Worship and Tribute


Mad about girls CLASSIC
75At the Drive-In
Relationship of Command


SAND FALLS THROUGH TIME PORTALS!!!!
76Polvo
Exploded Drawing


SLEPT ON
77The Number Twelve Looks Like You
Mongrel


Classy Mathcore
78Christie Front Drive
Stereo


Easily one the best EMO albums
79Autopsy
Mental Funeral


S tier DM, has those frickin hardcore beats and sludge riffs
80HOAX
Hoax


modern hardcore classic, well the band as a whole and maybe not the album
81Black Flag
My War


Rollins era>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
82Minor Threat
Complete Discography


Got this for like $10 when I was 14, changed my shit
83Codeine
Frigid Stars


SLOWCORE 4 LYFE
84Liturgy
H.A.Q.Q.


I love this frickin band, remember how much hate they got prior to this album? Ark Work still fucks tho
85Attack in Black
Marriage


NOSTALGIA
86Bear Vs. Shark
Terrorhawk


Post-hardcore G E M
87Aphex Twin
...I Care Because You Do


This should've been wayyyy higher up there. Richard is the GOAT.
88DJ Shadow
Endtroducing.....


U SHOULD KNOW
89The Chameleons
Script of the Bridge


Slept on Post-Punk classic, with lush af clean guitars/synths
90Voivod
Nothingface


CLASSIC DISSONANT BS
91Brutal Truth
Need to Control


One of the best Grind albums
92Circa Survive
On Letting Go


Heard it like when it came out, still love it
93Seam
The Problem With Me


S L O W tothe CORE
94Flourishing
The Sum of All Fossils


More ppl need to hear this
95Oceansize
Frames


Y E S
96Swans
The Great Annihilator


I hope Gira didn't , for fuck sakes
97Unwound
New Plastic Ideas


They have so many CLASSICS
98Jawbox
Novelty


CLASSIC, Burning Airlines could be on here too
99Irepress
Sol Eye Sea I


ONE EYED WILLIE, 4 real tho one of the best Post-Metal albums
100An Autumn For Crippled Children
Only The Ocean Knows


Soundtrack to a stoned hot shower late at night in the middle of Winter
101Blink-182
Blink-182


YEAD
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