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05.12.11 Heaviness Imo

Heaviness Imo

This is what I consider to be the collection of the heaviest albums I have come across

The combination of drum machine, distorted guitars, and prominent bass make this album one heavy steamroller.
2Morbid Angel

David Vincents voice paired with Trey Azagthoth's twisted, yet coherent guitar lines make for an intense thrill ride.
3The Locust
Flight of the Wounded Locust

The half-schizo approach of these guys makes the music unpredictable, and in turn, heavy.
4Pig Destroyer
Prowler in the Yard

The opening track does not prepare you for the huge wall of sound you get from the rest of the record.
5Sex Pistols
Never Mind the Bollocks

The music itself is not heavy, but the subject matter of songs like "Bodies" and "Anarchy in the U.K." more than make up for the anemic sound.
6Year of No Light

It takes a while for it to pick up, but when it does, you're hit with a ton of bricks in terms of sheer sound.

If you don't agree with me, listen to "Live and Live Again". The intro melody is brooding, yet heavy when the guitars come in playing it.
8The Dillinger Escape Plan
Calculating Infinity

The tracks "Sugar Coated Sour", "Destro's Secret", and "Variations on a Cocktail Dress" definitely give this album a spot here.
9Dream Theater
Systematic Chaos

The track "The Dark Eternal Night", with its opening riff, and "Repentance" make this album pretty heavy.
Valley of Smoke

From the opening of "Elegy" to the end of "Past Tense", this album gives you one hell of a ride.
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