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Overlooked Rock/Metal Gems 2019

These are my favourite records of 2019 with less than 30 votes. Please rec me more albums that should get more attention and I'll add them.
Deformation of Humanity

Released: 07.01.
Genre: Progressive Death Metal
Country: The Netherlands

Sounds Like: A bit weirder (old) Opeth. Better than its cover art for sure.

Released: 11.01.
Genre: Hard Rock
Country: Norway

Sounds Like: Paul Di'Anno-era Maiden gone Hard Rock
3Wheel (FIN)
Moving Backwards

Released: 22.02.
Genre: Progressive Metal
Country: Finland

Sounds Like: One of the better Tool-inspired bands
The Interpreter

Released: 22.02.
Genre: Death/Doom/Thrash
Country: Sweden

Sounds Like: A Hybrid of Modern extrem(ish) Metal

Released: 22.02.
Genre: Prog Rock / Alternative
Country: Italy

Sounds Like: Exactly what you'd expect of a King Crimson, Porcupine Tree and Serj Tankian collab???

Released: 01.03.
Genre: Progressive Metal
Country: USA

Sounds Like: Tool instrumentation going to alternative Metal territory
Birth Of The Marvellous

Released: 22.03.
Genre: Progressive Metal
Country: UK

Sounds Like: Modern Prog with Post Rock influences
8East of the Wall

Released: 29.03.
Genre: Porgressive Metal
Country: USA

Sounds Like: jazzy prog stuff from New Jersey

Released: 05.04.
Genre: Alternative Metal
Country: Finland

Sounds Like: Mastodon-like, proggy Alternative Metal
10Port Noir
The New Routine

Released: 10.05.
Genre: Progressive Metal
Country: Sweden

Sounds Like: If Leprous got even poppier
11Embrace of Disharmony
De Rervm Natvra

Released: 07.06.
Genre: Experimental
Country: Italy

Sounds Like: Symphonic Metal on steroids
12Lunar Shadow
The Smokeless Fires

Released: 21.06.
Genre: Heavy Metal
Country: Germany

Sounds Like: Its released in 1984
13Bloodred Hourglass

Released: 28.06.
Genre: Melodic Death Metal / Thrash Metal
Country: Finland

Sounds Like: Damage Done-era Dark Tranquillity
14Dream Troll
Second to None

Released: 12.07.
Genre: Heavy Metal
Country: UK

Sounds Like: The Night Flight Orchestra without the spoken word samples by Swedish flight attendants (sadly)
15Lacrimas Profundere
Bleeding The Stars

Released: 26.07.
Genre: Gothic Metal
Country: Germany

Sounds Like: A love child of Dark Tranquillity and Katatonia
16Obsidian Tide
Pillars of Creation

Released: 29.08.
Genre: Progressive Metal
Country: Izrael

Sounds Like: Ambitious yet unpolished prog death
17Wizard Rifle
Wizard Rifle

Released: 30.08.
Genre: Sludge Metal
Country: USA

Sounds Like: It's a Sludge Band called Wizard Rifle. It sounds exactly how you'd imagine
Grasping Time

Released: 30.08.
Genre: Stoner Metal
Country: Sweden

Sounds Like: Every other stoner band, still good tho. A bit of Mastodon, Tool and Kyuss
Sateet palata saavat

Released: 27.09.
Genre: Melodic Black Metal
Country: Finland

Sounds Like: Autumn set to music in Finnish tongue
The Door

Released: 04.10.
Genre: Progressive Metal
Country: Canada

Sounds Like: A great guitar-focused album that ranges from groove metal to tech death

Released: 08.11.
Genre: Stoner Rock
Country: USA

Sounds Like: Bluesy stoner rock, boosted by an excellent vocalist
22Zeta (VEN)

Released: 15.11.
Genre: Post Hardcore
Country: Venezuela

Sounds Like: The Venezuelan answer to Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
23Perihelion (HU)

Released: 06.12.
Genre: Post Metal
Country: Hungary

Sounds Like: It's from Iceland. The hungarian vocals radiate the same somber emotion
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