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10 Heaviest Core Albums

Imho Core albums' emotional offerings often trump death and black metal's sheer chug heaviness. Whether it be death-, math-, metal- or hardcore, REC away with quality in mind.
Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About

Why is Glassjaw on the list, you ask? While the instrumentation may not be the heaviest, there's something about the sheer hatred and misogyny in Palumbo's voice on songs like "Lovebites and Razorlines" that makes 'Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Silence' one of the most splendidly grating albums out there.
9The Acacia Strain

Probably the most suspect album on the list in terms of quality, Emmure's slightly-less stunted cousin is undeniably wicked on this album. Growls ream.
8Misery Signals
Of Malice and the Magnum Heart

Karl Schubach has done an amazing job taking the reigns of the Wisconsin metalcore outfit, but the agony in Jesse Zaraska's voice when he screams "I tried to find those pictures" will chip away at you and evoke a certain nostalgia for the golden days of Misery Signals.
Full Circle

There's something just plain weird about Towers' style. But when the staccato notes and delay wear off, have no doubt, 'Full Circle' will crush you.
6The Dillinger Escape Plan
Calculating Infinity

Math class has never been so homicidal.
An Anthology of Dead Ends

Get bucked - You're in the saddle now.
4Glass Casket
We Are Gathered Here Today...

Oh, you heard a clip of the melodic section on "In Between the Sheets" and bought up 'We Are Gathered Here Today...'? Well, welcome to hell. Abandon all hope because the gray AM holds naught but despair.
Jane Doe

Pull back the sheet from 'Jane Doe' and you'll likely find something you'll wish you hadn't seen. Jacob Bannon sounds like he's trying to convince the masses the world is about to end.
We Are the Romans

It's your fault, Botch, for f*ckin' up the kids. The best album on the list, 'We Are the Romans' is currently trenching its way out of 1999 to dethrone 'Jane Doe' and piss on its corpse. Hate away...

Batten down the hatches. Knut's 'Challenger' doesn't care about your feelings; it's too busy burning your fields and stealing your progeny.
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