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|My Personal Top Ten Favourite Albums of All Time|
These are the ten full-length musical releases that, to me at least, are the best and also the ones that I love and listen to the most. Some because of their sentimental or nostalgic value, and others because of how well-written or well-performed they are. 11-15 are honourable mentions and albums I also enjoy.
|15||From Autumn To Ashes|
Too Bad You're Beautiful
Season In The Abyss
|10||I Declare War|
Amidst The Bloodshed
2007 Deathcore release. Chugga chugging and insane vocals!
The Blue Album
This 1994 debut release contains the hit tracks 'My Name Is Jonas', 'Buddy Holly', 'Undone', & 'Say it Ain't So'. Need I say more?
|8||A Day To Remember|
For Those Who Have Heart
This 2007 metalcore release infused with pop punk elements will put you into a frenzy. With songs you could sing along to, such as 'Monument' & 'The Plot to Bomb The Panhandle', this is one release that will leave an impression on you.
|7|| ||Despised Icon|
Ills of Modern Man
2007 Deathcore release from Canada. Fans of pig squeals, slamming breakdowns, blast beats and Canadians need apply.
In Their Darkened Shrines
2002 technical death metal release with Egyptian themes and riffs.
|5||Sunny Day Real Estate|
1994 cult emo rock release. A truly classic album, influential and brilliantly depressing. A masterpiece of the genre, if you will.
Prowler In The Yard
The aggressively chaotic 2001 full-length from grindcore masterminds Pig Destroyer. This album will make or break you. It was one of my introductions to the genre back in the day.
Another underrated album from the year 2011. I don't really understand the hate for this one, as I feel that it has everything that a melodic death metal fan could ask for. I enjoy this album for the guitar solos, the cool choruses and Angela's voice as usual.
The Difference Between Hell & Home
Very melodic and fast-paced 2013 hardcore release from the Canadian band. A beautiful album that manages to keep a soothing and reassuring atmosphere, despite the harsh vocals. The instrumental work is well thought out and will likely hit you hard from the moment you start listening.
The Changing of Times
This album, which was unveiled by the Floridian Christian metal act in 2002, contains some of the most memorable melodies, powerful lyrics, eclectic guitar work and messages that will stick with you for the ages. This is an underrated album of theirs that definitely deserves more recognition for its creativity. It is my favourite album of all-time because of the nostalgic value it has for me...as well as the fact that this album has helped me get through some tough times in my life.
|wut, how can you possibly put Prowler in the Yard in the same league as anything by A Day to Remember?|
|This list gave me diabetes.|
|Ocean of Noise|
|@Easter maybe because he likes both bands?|
|this list pretty much disproves the existence of god|
|That ADTR album rules gtfo|
|Changing of the Times? Unique I guess. always preferred every single album with Chamberlain tbh|
|Some good stuff, some stuff I haven't heard. Good list |
|That Arch Enemy album blooooows|
|The Changing of Times always gives me shivers when I listen to it. Good choice.|
|Ocean of Noise, well no shit lmao. But I would have thought someone who appreciated Prowler in the Yard would be incapable of also enjoying something as awful as ADtR.|
|I like a lot of different shit lol. Metalcore, grindcore, brutal death/slam, deathcore, post-hardcore, goregrind, pop punk, alt & emo rock, melodeath, tech death, prog...the list goes on. Could never really get into black metal tho for some reason haha.|
|If it's any consolation, I enjoy Prowler in the Yard more than most of ADTR's works.|
|@Brewtality91 I never understood the hate for that one tbh.|
|That arch enemy album is quite high for what it is|
|Check Nosferatu D2 - We're Gonna Walk Around This City With Our Headphones On To Block Out The Noise|
Goat emo album, no debate tbqh