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04.03.18 Recent death metal buys01.18.18 Death metal I might buy
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02.15.17 Last ten album buys08.16.16 Rec some math rock/emo shit
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Last ten album buys

Last ten albums I purchased duh
1Old Man Gloom
NO


Rules, glad they started getting better at meshing their heavy moments with the ambient ones here. Band has always been great to me tho
2Cynic
Uroboric Forms


Great demo collection, glad these finally got an official release and remaster
3Burnt By the Sun
Heart of Darkness


These guys are mostly second-tier metalcore but they have some great jams under their belt.
4Astomatous
The Beauty of Reason


Really happy I happened to find this, rad tech/wanky dissonant death metal. You'll dig if you like an abundance of pinch harmonics
5Thrice
To Be Everywhere Is to Be Nowhere


This is like my least favorite Thrice album and I kind of bought it out of obligation but Hurricane, Death from Above and Salt and Shadow are up to standard for the band. Rest is give or take.
6Code Orange
Forever


I enjoy this quite a bit, the super jagged and awkward flow is kind of appealing to me.
7Voivod
Nothingface


Another lucky find, album is a classic and the last part of Voivod's three-album streak of perfection.
8Zao
The Well-Intentioned Virus


Zao return with their first new slab of harsh metalcore in seven years. Dan still sounds as savage as ever and the return of Russ Codgell is one of epic proportions.
9Death
Leprosy


It's Death.
10Defeated Sanity
Disposal Of The Dead // Dharmata


My first real experience with this band. I love the dichotomy between the two sides of the album, the band really does a great job showcasing their strengths in both their intensely brutal style and their more composed, jazzy prog-death noodling.
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