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Top 10 Scariest Freaking Albums (in No Particular Order)

10 albums that evoke general feelings of fear and despair in my own personal opinion.
1Godspeed you! Black emperor
F#A# (infinity)

While this album does have some upbeat points the best way to describe it is the
the soundtrack to the apocalypse especially considering the opening monologue.
2Dragged into sunlight
Hatred for mankind

Some horrifying vocals, slightly murky production and plenty of samples from serial
killers. A truly terrifying concoction and a highly underrated album I would
recommend to any fans of extreme metal.
Hvis lyset tar oss

A classic of the black metal genre and for good reason. Varg sounds at his most
deranged vocally and knowing his crimes makes this album all the more terrifying.
4The haxan cloak

A highly suspenseful and nail-biting foray into the world of dark ambient. An
interesting album that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Musically not the best album but a deranged sounding woman howling over harsh
industrial noise sure is scary.

An album with truly suffocating production that drowns you in harshness and
Lovecraftian inspired lyrics.
7Altar of plagues
Teethed glory and injury

One of my favorites of 2013 and again it's the vocal performance that puts this
album on the right side of scary.
Left hand path

Three words: Swedish. Death. Metal.
9Pig destroyer
Prowler in the yard

I imagine this is the album serial killers use to psych themselves up for a night on
the town.
10Black sabbath
Black sabbath

My crappy two sentence comment really could not do this album justice
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