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Notrap's 2019

2019 was indeed extraordinary, these are my highlights. The individual rankings aren't just based solely on the technical factor.
100Rammstein
Untitled


BEST COMEBACK 2019

Rammstein
Tool
Exhorder
99Fleshgod Apocalypse
Veleno


BEST ORCHESTRATION 2019

Francesco Ferrini
Fleshgod Apocalypse

Wayne Ingram | Daniel Müller
Wilderun

Paul Thureau
Gorgon
98Periphery
Periphery IV: Hail Stan


BEST RIFF 2019

Periphery - Periphery IV: Hail Stan
Blood Eagle (main riff)

Kryptos - Afterburner
Afterburner (main riff)

Memoriam - Requiem For Mankind
Undefeated (main riff)

Desecravity - Anathema
Devoured the Psyche (2.10" | 3.12")

Hath - Of Rot And Ruin
Rituals (opening riff | 3.00")

Vitriol (USA) - To Bathe From the Throat of Cowardice
Pain Will Define Their Death (closing riff)

Galneryus - Into the Purgatory
The Followers (opening riff)

Rotting Christ - The Heretics
The Raven (main riff)

Witch Vomit - Buried Deep in a Bottomless Grave
Despoilment (opening riff)

Gatecreeper – Deserted
Boiled Over (opening riff)
97Rammstein
Untitled


BEST VIDEO 2019

Rammstein - Deutschland
Fleshgod Apocalypse - Sugar
Warforged - I: Voice (full album video)
Belzebubs - Cathedrals Of Mourning
Northlane - Bloodline
96Cattle Decapitation
Death Atlas


PREMIUM GROWLER/SCREAMER 2019

Travis Ryan
Cattle-Decapitation

Mikko Aspa
Deathspell Omega

Larissa Stupar
Venom Prison

Unknown
Altarage

Jordan James
Disentomb

CJ McMahon
Thy Art Is Murder

Sløth
Belzebubs

David Vincent
Vltimas

Sean McConnell
Noctambulist

Naas Alcameth
Aoratos
95Galneryus
Into the Purgatory


BEST KEYBOARDIST 2019

Yuhki
Galneryus

Christian "Flake" Lorenz
Rammstein

Jordan Rudess
Dream Theater
94Nile
Vile Nilotic Rites


BEST DRUMMER 2019

George Kollias
Nile

Hannes Grossmann
Hannes Grossmann

Adam Jarvis
Misery Index

Unknown
Altarage

Unknown
Deathspell Omega
93Mayhem
Daemon


BEST BASSIST 2019

Necrobutcher
Mayhem

Justin Chancellor
Tool

Taka
Galneryus

John Myung
Dream Theater

Leif Edling
Candlemass
92Syu
Vorvados


BEST GUITARIST 2019

Syu
Syu | Galneryus

F. Javier Nula
Opera Magna

Greg Burgess
Allegaeon

Luca Turilli
Turilli / Lione Rhapsody

Cameron Porras
Inanimate Existence
91Leprous
Pitfalls


BEST SINGER 2019

Einar Solberg
Leprous

Yannis Papadopoulos
Beast In Black

Jose Vicente Broseta
Opera Magna

Joel Ekelöf
Soen

Anna Maria Murphy
Cellar Darling

Mikael Åkerfeldt
Opeth

Devin Townsend
Devin Townsend

Tom Englund
Evergrey

Alex Richichi
The Offering

Daniel "Nephil" Estrin
Voyager
90Abigail Williams
Walk Beyond The Dark


BEST ARTWORK 2019

Abigail Williams - Walk Beyond The Dark
Mariusz Lewandowski

Aoratos - Gods Without Name
Bahrull Marta

Altarage - The Approaching Roar
Nick Keller

Wilderun - Veil of Imagination
Adrian Cox

Noctambulist - Atmospheres of Desolation
Athur Zirkazwo

Gomorrah (CAN) – Gomorrah
Kevin Moore

Numenorean - Adore
Luca Pierro

Disentomb - The Decaying Light
Nick Keller

Fleshgod Apocalypse - Veleno
Travis Smith

Mgla - Age of Excuse
Zbigniew Bielak
89Beast In Black
From Hell With Love


BEST COVER SONG 2019

No Easy Way Out - Robert Tepper (Rocky IV)
Beast In Black
88Hath
Of Rot And Ruin


BEST DEBUT ALBUM 2019

Hath - Of Rot And Ruin
Aoratos - Gods Without Name
Warforged - I: Voice
Ceremony Of Silence – Oútis
Noctambulist - Atmospheres of Desolation
Vitriol (USA) - To Bathe From the Throat of Cowardice
Ithaca - The Language of Injury
Gaahls Wyrd - Ghosts Invited
Mortiferum - Disgorged From Psychotic Depths
Turilli / Lione Rhapsody - Zero Gravity (Rebirth and Evolution)
87Rammstein
Untitled


BEST SONGS 2019

Rammstein - Deutschland
Deathspell Omega - Ad Arma! Ad Arma!
Periphery - Blood Eagle
Soilwork - Stålfågel
Lord Mantis - Santa Muerte
Full of Hell - Armory of Obsidian
In Mourning - Black Storm
Bloodbound - Balerion
Flotsam and Jetsam - Demolition Man
Kryptos - Afterburner
Borknagar - Up North
Cellar Darling - Death
Fleshgod Apocalypse - Sugar
Myrath - Dance
Ithaca - Impulse Crush
Eluveitie - A Cry in the Wilderness
Hath - Rituals
Schammasch - Katabasis
Heilung - Othan
Visigoth - Fireseeker
Idle Hands (USA-OR) - Cosmic Overdrive
Memoriam - Undefeated
Within Temptation - Supernova
Voyager - Brightstar
Mayhem - Falsified and Hated
86Nile
Vile Nilotic Rites


BEST ALBUMS 2019
Honourable mentions (no particular order)

Nile - Vile Nilotic Rites
Equipoise - Demiurgus
Thy Art Is Murder - Human Target
Vacivus - Annihilism
1349 - The Infernal Pathway
Fields Of Elysium - In Ancient Contemplation
Profanation - Into Cascades of Blood and Burning Soil
Gods Forsaken - Smells of Death
After the Burial - Evergreen
Sacrilegia - The Triclavian Advent
Nordjevel - Necrogenesis
Applaud The Impaler - Ov Apocalypse Incarnate
Truth Corroded - Bloodlands
Ashen Horde - Fallen Cathedrals
Contrarian - Their Worm Never Dies
A Novelist – Folie
Katechon - Sanger Fra Auschwitz
Alcest - Spiritual Instinct
Exhumed - Horror
Exhorder - Mourn the Southern Skies
Humanity's Last Breath - Abyssal
Devourment - Obscene Majesty
Baest - Danse Macabre
Kryptos - Afterburner
Xentrix - Bury The Pain
Misery Index - Rituals of Power
Esoteric - A Pyrrhic Existence
Full of Hell - Weeping Choir
Idle Hands (USA-OR) - Mana
85Devin Townsend
Empath


BEST ALBUMS 2019 (top 85)

There's something about his madness that I like.

Highlights: Genesis and Hear Me
84Avandra
Descender


Who would have guessed that such a pleasant and fresh progressive metal would come from Puerto Rico?

Highlights: Beyond the Threshold: Part 1 - Helios Awakens and A Decision Must Be Made
83Lahmia
Resilience


Mandatory listening for all Kalmah and Be'lakor fans.

Highlights: Her Frantic Call, Divide et Impera and The Age of Treason
82Opeth
In Cauda Venenum


His best post-Watershed album.

Highlights: Dignity and Svekets prins
81Wretched Fate
Fleshletting


I hope the Bloodbath lads don't sue these guys, because this is damn fun.

Highlights: Fear Expulsion and Epitaph
80Hannes Grossmann
Apophenia


More melodic and direct than its predecessor, 'Apophenia' is the accomplished result of a musician who seeks to simplify his creative process without losing neither his identity nor his strong technical component.

Highlights: Reeks Insidious and The War of Intelligence
79Inculter
Fatal Visions


"Headbanging: Violent rhythmic shaking of the head by fans of heavy metal music when jamming Inculter's Fatal Visions." 2019 Oxford University Dictionaries.

Highlights: Open the Tombs and Final Darkness
78Brymir
Wings of Fire


Catchy symphonic melodic death metal with strong highlights, especially in the first half of the album.

Highlights: Wings of Fire, Ride on Spirit and And so We Age
77Abyssal
A Beacon In The Husk


These guys dug deep.

Highlights: Dialogue
76Superstition
The Anatomy Of Unholy Transformation


Old school riffs are still the best riffs.

Highlights: Spiritual Sunderance
75Gomorrah (CAN)
Gomorrah


I've always admired bands that are a product of their time, Gomorrah, with its modern approach, fits into this niche.

Highlights: Frailty and For Those of Eld
74Demon Hunter
War


Here's a good example of an interesting mainstream approach to music. As a side note, the mixing and mastering leaves a lot to be desired.

Highlights: On My Side, The Negative and Ash
73Panzerfaust
The Suns of Perdition - Chapter I: War, Horrid War


Kampfar fans should check this out. Good stuff.

Highlights: The Day After 'Trinity' and The Decapitator's Prayer
72Noisem
Cease To Exist


A ferocious and vicious thrash assault that makes some genre veterans blush.

Highlights: Putrid Decadence and Eyes Pried Open
71Pulchra Morte
Divina Autem et Aniles


Captivating Paradise Lost-esque death doom, which despite not presenting anything new, has the ability to engage us throughout the album.

Highlights: Black Ritual and Fire and Storm
70Memoriam
Requiem For Mankind


Karl Willetts & Co return with their strongest album to date. No fillers, just damn good old-school UK death metal, that reminds us how great Bolt Thrower were.

Highlights: Undefeated, The Veteran and In the Midst of Desolation
69Enforced
At The Walls


The question is not whether this is refreshing or groundbreaking, the real question is whether you can handle these riffs.

Highlights: Born Lost and Retaliation
68Prostitute Disfigurement
Prostitute Disfigurement


The Dutch brutal death metal scene, reminiscent of Suffocation and Cannibal Corpse, has always been my favorite, and even though the overall concept of the band is highly debatable, Prostitute Disfigurement's self-titled is a full-grown, well executed slab of fierce brutality.

Highlights: Fight a Transvestite, Happily To The Gallows and Every Woman Lives in Fear
67Paladin (USA)
Ascension


Kalmah meets power/speed/thrash is what you get from Paladin's debut, take it or leave it.

Highlights: Awakening, Call of the Night and Vagrant
66Galneryus
Into the Purgatory


What we should be questioning at the moment is whether SYU is actually human.

Highlights: The Followers and Come Back to Me Again
65Destrage
The Chosen One


Well-crafted, all killer no filler collection of core-ish metal jams.

Highlights: The Chosen One, About That, Hey, Stranger! And The Gifted One
64Rifftera
Across The Acheron


There's something fresh and engaging in Across the Acheron that's hard to identify. I don't know if it's the contrast between the Duran Duran-esque cleans and metal background or whether it's the diversity of influences we find on the album, but one thing seems clear to me, with the right support and some luck, this band will find its place in the sun.

Highlights: Burning Paradise, Eye of the Storm, Cutthroat Game and Across the Acheron
63Brand of Sacrifice
God Hand


Catchy brutality.

Highlights: Charlotte and Divinity
62Vltimas
Something Wicked Marches In


A David Vincent / Flo Mounier collaboration is mandatory listening and even though the album doesn't present anything new, its blackened approach is nevertheless quite interesting.

Highlights: Praevalidus, Total Destroy and Everlasting
61Aephanemer
Prokopton


Epic melodic death metal that take us to the magical and legendary lands of southern France. Mandatory listening for fans of Kalmah-esque melodic metal.

Highlights: The Sovereign, Dissonance Within and Snowblind
60Syu
Vorvados


While Europeans fight dragons and plunder villages with medieval armours, Syu shreds near the stars. Quite entertaining and frantic neoclassical power metal.

Highlights: ここで区切れと天使は歌う, 暁 And Euphoria
59Borknagar
True North


This true Norwegian north turned out to be catchier than I expected.

Highlights: Up North and Lights
58Eluveitie
Ategnatos


Less melancholic and introspective than Cellar Darling's The Spell, Ategnatos takes us on pleasant journey through the Swiss Alps and its Celtic Helvetian pagan metal melodies.

Highlights: Ategnatos, A Cry in the Wilderness and Threefold Death
57Cellar Darling
The Spell


It seems obvious we're dealing with musicians who know how to write good music.

Highlights: Death, The Spell and Freeze
56Numenorean
Adore


High quality blackened hybrid that efficiently explores various textures and influences throughout the album, and even though we can't find anything truly original, the sum of all parts is still quite interesting.

Highlights: Portrait of Pieces, Horizon, Coma and Adore
55Belzebubs
Pantheon of the Nightside Gods


Sometimes there's no need to invent the wheel, sometimes making good music and having some fun is more than enough.

Highlights: Cathedrals of Mourning and Dark Mother
54Istapp
The Insidious Star


More melodic and folksy than its predecessor, 'The Insidious Star' is a product of a band in full creative maturity.

Highlights: Natten då Gud blundade and Muspelheim
53Blut Aus Nord
Hallucinogen


Seductive simplicity.

Highlights: Nomos Nebuleam, Nebeleste and Sybelius
52Mephorash
Shem Ha Mephorash


Esoteric and occult black metal that takes us on a journey through a mystical monochrome mist.

Highlights: Sanguinem and King of Kings, Lord of Lords
51Gorgon (FRA2)
Elegy


Quite enjoyable symphonic melodic death metal from France.

Highlights: Origins, Nemesis and Ishassara
50Nucleus (USA-IL)
Entity


Interesting Nespithe-esque sci-fi, that shouldn't go under the radar.

Highlights: Arrival and Uplift
49Hate
Auric Gates of Veles


With 'Auric Gates of Veles', Hate ends the decade on a high note, and even if it's not enough to achieve the notoriety or success of their omnipresent countrymates, it will surely be remembered as one of the band's most interesting albums to date.

Highlights: The Volga's Vein and Sovereign Sanctity
48Bloodbound
Rise of the Dragon Empire


With notably rare exceptions, power metal is not a genre that offers freshness, adventurism or originality, its main goal is to give the listener some epic fun and the chance to fight dragons along the way, and this album accomplishes that purpose quite well.

Highlights: Rise of the Dragon Empire, Magical Eye and Balerion
47Allegaeon
Apoptosis


'Apoptosis' is all that can be expected from Allegaeon, a tech grooving death metal assault.

Highlights: Extremophiles (B) and Stellar Tidal Disruption
46Al Goregrind
The Temple Is Burning


Welcome to the dark side, my young padawan, here you can find the eclectic brutality you've been looking for.

Highlights: The Temple is Burning and All Hail to Vader
45Desecravity
Anathema


How do we say tech feast in Japanese?

Highlights: Impure Confrontation, Deprivation of Liberty and Devoured The Psyche
44Erebos (AUT)
Heretic


Quite interesting balance between aggressiveness and melody. These guys deserve a lot more recognition.

Highlights: Killing Spree, Gallery of Pandemonium and Dualis Flamel
43Wilderun
Veil of Imagination


Quite interesting Opeth-esque signature, with a cinematic aesthetic.

Highlights: The Unimaginable Zero Summer and Far from Where Dreams Unfurl
42Cattle Decapitation
Death Atlas


Easily the band's most diverse and accessible album to date, and the one with Travis' most versatile performance. The message is clear, we've entered the final countdown and the inevitable result will be our own destruction. tik tak tik tak

Highlights: The Geocide, One Day Closer to the End of the World and With All Disrespect
41Rhapsody of Fire
The Eighth Mountain


What strikes me most about the album is the combination of the ultra-polished sound and gentle vocals.

Highlights: Master of Peace, White Wizard, The Legend Goes On and Tales of a Hero's Fate
40Turilli / Lione Rhapsody
Zero Gravity (Rebirth and Evolution)


Tasty Italian cheese.

Highlights: Phoenix Rising, D.N.A. (Demon and Angel) and Fast Radio Burst
39Mgla
Age of Excuse


Age of Excuse keeps the formula of the band's previous work, with a slightly more polished and accessible touch, and that's exactly what I was looking for.

Highlights: Age of Excuse III
38Leprous
Pitfalls


Einar Solberg's leading role in Pitfalls is all too evident, to the point that it can almost be considered a solo album. This is usually a sign that the band may be reaching a breaking point, but if we ignore the touchy issues between musicians, Pitfalls' artistic quality is undeniable.

Highlights: Below and Foreigner
37Tool
Fear Inoculum


I ended up liking this album more than I expected.

Highlights: Fear Inoculum and Pneuma
36Mortiferum
Disgorged From Psychotic Depths


Quality OSDM, with interesting drumming.

Highlights: Archaic Vision Of Despair and Inhuman Effigy
35Gaahls Wyrd
GastiR - Ghosts Invited


Emotional and engaging atmosphere with a rather interesting diversity. The drumming is one of the highlights.

Highlights: Ek Erilar, From the Spear and Carving the Voices
34Hour of Penance
Misotheism


L'odio di Dio.

Highlights: Flames Of Merciless Gods, Fallen From Ivory Towers and Dura Lex Sed Lex
33Rotting Christ
The Heretics


As expected, 'The Heretics' doesn't hold many surprises, since the band has been in a loop mode for some time now, nevertheless, the album has a handful of good songs, with an interesting ecclesiastical approach.

Highlights: Fire God and Fear, Vetry Zlye and The Raven
32Evergrey
The Atlantic


Englund takes us on a journey through the Atlantic currents into familiarly melancholic shores. We will not find anything truly adventurous along the way, but the ride is quite enjoyable.

Highlights: Weightless, Currents and The Beacon
31Ithaca
The Language of Injury


Killer riffs & badass female vocals.

Highlights: New Covenant, Impulse Crush and The Language of Injury
30Beast In Black
From Hell With Love


Finnish gourmet cheese.

Highlights: Cry Out for a Hero, Repentless, Unlimited Sin, Killed by Death (cover) and No Easy Way Out (cover)
29Venom Prison
Samsara


Music that smells like 2019. Relentless metal / hard-core hybrid.

Highlights: Matriphagy, Uterine Industrialisation and Asura's Realm
28Rammstein
Untitled


A triumphant comeback.

Highlights: Deutschland, Radio, Was Ich Liebe and Tattoo
27Disentomb
The Decaying Light


Heavy, dense, overwhelming, but also challenging and artistically relevant. The best brutal death metal album of 2019.

Highlights: Collapsing Skies and The Decaying Light
26Krypts
Cadaver Circulation


English cavern that deserves deep exploration.

Highlights: Sinking Transient Waters and The Reek of Loss
25In Mourning
Garden of Storms


The best progressive melodic death metal album of 2019.

Highlights: Black Storm, Huntress Moon and The Lost Outpost
24Soilwork
Verkligheten


Stalfager is definitely one of the catchiest songs of the year.

Highlights: Arrival, The Nurturing Glance and Stalfager
23Teitanblood
The Baneful Choir


Can you see the demon behind the choir?

Highlights: The Baneful Choir and Verdict of the Dead
22Gatecreeper
Deserted


Let your soul boil eternally.

Highlights: Puncture Wounds and Boiled Over
21Vitriol (USA)
To Bathe From the Throat of Cowardice


A perfect storm.

Highlights: Crowned in Retaliation, I Drown Nightly and Pain Will Define Their Death
20Witch Vomit
Buried Deep In A Bottomless Grave


An endless hole, dug by a band at its prime. It's focused, well produced and to the point. It manages to keep genre's early spirit alive, while adding modern old school aesthetics that makes it relevant, contemporary, and most certainly one of the most interesting death metal albums of 2019.

Highlights: Despoilment and Dripping Tombs
19Tomb Mold
Planetary Clairvoyance


The guys aired the tomb and decided to throw something slightly more classy and traditional, and that's just fine for me.

Highlights: Planetary Clairvoyance (They Grow Inside Pt 2) and Accelerative Phenomenae
18Noctambulist
Atmospheres of Desolation


Dissonant sleepwalking

Highlights: Atmospheres of Desolation and Habitual Falsehood
17Fleshgod Apocalypse
Veleno


With a more diverse and less conservative approach than previous releases, 'Veleno' is one of the band's most inspired albums to date, where songs follow each other fluidly, avoiding moments of greater saturation typical of this frenetic symphonic style. Bel lavoro ragazzi.

Highlights: Sugar, Fury and Prisoner of Time
16Abigail Williams
Walk Beyond The Dark


At the end of the decade, Abigail Williams chose a broader and more accessible road, a path whose main virtue is how it manages to balance its own diversity.

Highlights: I Will Depart and Ever So Bold
15Altarage
The Approaching Roar


Easily one of the most interesting dissonances of today.

Highlights: Sighting and Cyclopean Clash
14Ceremony Of Silence
Oútis


Unmerciful and intense death metal, which proudly carries the tradition of bands like Immolation into a new era.

Highlights: Invocation of the Silent Eye and Ceremony of a Thousand Stars
13Soen
Lotus


This band has the recurring habit of creating good songs and, as expected, Lotus keeps the tradition alive. It's true that they rarely get out of their comfort zone, but I wouldn't have it any other way.

Highlights: Lascivious, Martyrs and Rival
12Warforged
I: Voice


Eclectic, fresh, technical, progressive, 'I: Voice' mirrors the modern extreme metal sound of the late 10s.

Highlights: Eat Them While They Sleep and Nightfall Came
11Inter Arma
Sulphur English


Dense, without being too oppressive. Heavy, without being overly aggressive. Diverse, without ever losing focus. 'Sulfur English' is a product of restraint and maturity.

Highlights: Citadel and The Atavist’s Meridian
10Heilung
Futha


Awesome ritualistic ancestral experience.

Highlights: Traust and Othan
9Kampfar
Ofidians manifest


Ofidians manifest is one of those albums that due to its diversity and intrinsic quality, makes us instinctively press the repeat button.

Highlights: Dominans and Eremitt and Det Sorte
8Sinmara
Hvísl Stjarnanna


There's music that explores new frontiers, music that explores diverse styles and influences, and there's simply good music, which expresses the feeling, energy and artistic value of a group of musicians at a certain moment in time. You don't have to be an Einstein to figure out where Hvisl Stjarnanna fits.

Highlights: Apparitions, Crimson Stars and Úr kaleik martraða
7Aoratos
Gods Without Name


Can someone please tell me where the light is? I need to get the HELL out of here.

Highlights: Of Harvest, Scythe and Sickle Moon, Gods Without Name and The Watcher on the Threshold
6Misthyrming
Algleymi


There is enough energy in this album to feed Iceland's cold nights for a couple of years.

Highlights: Orgia and Alsæla
5Hath
Of Rot And Ruin


If someone asks me how extreme metal will sound like in the next decade, the answer will be something like "it will take a more hybrid approach, obviously." Of Rot and Ruin is more than a product of its time, it's a taste of what's to come and as the wise man said, we're living great times, the best of times.

Highlights: Currents, Rituals and Worlds Within
4Mayhem
Daemon


Among Daemon's many virtues is its high repeat value, like an old house, where every corner has a story to tell and small details that we only notice when we look more closely.

Highlights: Agenda Ignis and Falsified and Hated
3Lord Mantis
Universal Death Church


Lord Mantis returns with a renewed union to keep the legacy alive and to honour the memory of one of their own. To this end, they have built a church with solid foundations, where we can read somewhere above the entrance:

Please remember, always laugh, never frown. It's only death.
RIP Bill Bumgardner (1981-2016)

Highlights: Santa Muerte and Qliphotic Alpha
2Schammasch
Hearts of No Light


An introspective journey through our spirituality. It's the sum of several aesthetics orbiting the black hole of our soul, of our existence. It's that creature that lurks and whispers in our ears "there is no hope". It's the mirror of what we wouldn't want to see or hear, and yes, it's a great album.

Highlights: Ego Sum Omega, A Paradigm of Beauty, Katabasis and Innermost, Lowermost Abyss
1Deathspell Omega
The Furnaces of Palingenesia


Behold the colossal return of chaos, darkness and pain. Behold, hear and bow.

Highlights: Ad Arma! Ad Arma! and 1523
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