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5.0 classic
Albert Ayler Spiritual Unity
Arnold Rosner Rosner: Requiem, Op. 59
Bent Knee Shiny Eyed Babies
Bjork Vespertine
Black Eyes Black Eyes
Botch We Are the Romans
Built to Spill Perfect from Now On
Charles Mingus The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady
Charles Mingus Mingus Ah Um
Der Weg Einer Freiheit Finisterre
Fear Before The Always Open Mouth
John Coltrane A Love Supreme
maudlin of the Well Bath
Olivier Messiaen Quatuor Pour la Fin du Temps
Oxbow An Evil Heat
Rolo Tomassi Time Will Die And Love Will Bury It
Rx Bandits ...And the Battle Begun
Sam Cooke Portrait Of A Legend 1951-1964
Shiina Ringo Kalk Samen Kuri no Hana
Steve Reich Music for 18 Musicians [Nonesuch 1998]
The Field From Here We Go Sublime
Van Morrison Astral Weeks

4.5 superb
Acid Bath When the Kite String Pops
Air Moon Safari
Amia Venera Landscape The Long Procession
Amon Tobin Permutation
Aphex Twin Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Aretha Franklin Young Gifted and Black
Art Blakey Moanin'
Bent Knee Land Animal
Bill Evans You Must Believe In Spring
Bjork Post
Bjork Homogenic
Bjork Vulnicura
Black Tape for a Blue Girl Remnants of a Deeper Purity
Boards of Canada Music Has the Right to Children
Brand New The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me
Brutus (BE) Nest
BUCK-TICK Darker Than Darkness (Style 93)
Built to Spill Keep It Like a Secret
Car Seat Headrest Twin Fantasy (Face to Face)
Cara Neir Part III / Part IV
Catch 22 Keasbey Nights
Charles Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus
Charles Mingus Blues & Roots
Charles Mingus Tijuana Moods
Circle Takes the Square As the Roots Undo
City of Caterpillar City of Caterpillar
Converge Jane Doe
Converge All We Love We Leave Behind
David Bowie Station to Station
Defeater Travels
Delta Sleep Twin Galaxies
Der Weg Einer Freiheit Noktvrn
Destroyer Kaputt
Dir En Grey Uroboros
Dmitri Shostakovich Symphony No.15 in A major, Op.141
Don Caballero What Burns Never Returns
Don Caballero American Don
Donald Byrd Ethiopian Knights
Envy All the Footprints You've Ever Left and the Fear Expecting Ahead
Envy The Fallen Crimson
Ernst Reijseger Cave of Forgotten Dreams
Exotic Animal Petting Zoo I Have Made My Bed in Darkness
Exotic Animal Petting Zoo Tree of Tongues
Fall of Efrafa Owsla
Fishmans Long Season
Fishmans Uchuu Nippon Setagaya
Fleet Foxes Helplessness Blues
Floating Points, Pharoah Sanders & The LSO Promises
Flying Lotus You're Dead!
Frank Zappa Hot Rats
Funeral Diner The Underdark
Glassjaw Worship and Tribute
Grizzly Bear Veckatimest
Hacksaw to the Throat Wastelands
Hail Spirit Noir Oi Magoi
Have a Nice Life Deathconsciousness
Imperial Triumphant Vile Luxury
Imperial Triumphant Alphaville
ISIS Oceanic
ISIS Panopticon
J Dilla Donuts
Jaco Pastorius Jaco Pastorius
Japanese Breakfast Jubilee
Jessie Ware What's Your Pleasure?
Johnny Booth Firsthand Accounts
Joliette Luz Devora
Joni Mitchell The Hissing of Summer Lawns
Kate Bush Hounds of Love
Kendrick Lamar To Pimp a Butterfly
Krystian Zimerman Chopin: 4 Balladen; Barcarolle; Fantasie
Kvelertak Kvelertak
Lawrence Butch Morris Dust to Dust
Mammal Hands Floa
maudlin of the Well Leaving Your Body Map
maudlin of the Well Part the Second
Miles Davis In a Silent Way
Miles Davis Filles de Kilimanjaro
Milton Nascimento and Lo Borges Clube da Esquina
Modest Mussorgsky Dawn on the Moskva River & Pictures at an Exhibit
Motorpsycho Trust Us
Motorpsycho The All Is One
Mr. Bungle California
Neurosis Times of Grace
Night Verses From the Gallery of Sleep
Nirvana Nevermind
Nord (FRA) The Only Way To Reach The Surface
Nujabes Modal Soul
Off Minor Innominate (Remix)
Ornette Coleman The Shape of Jazz to Come
pg.99 Document #8
Portishead Dummy
Primus Frizzle Fry
Primus Sailing the Seas of Cheese
Quicksand Slip
Radiohead OK Computer
Refused The Shape Of Punk To Come
Respire Black Line
Richard Hell and The Voidoids Blank Generation
Rx Bandits The Resignation
Ryo Fukui Scenery
Seizures The Sanity Universal
Seizures Reverie of the Revolving Diamond
Shiner Lula Divinia
sleepmakeswaves Love of Cartography
Slint Spiderland
SOUL GLO Diaspora Problems
kev, 'really run-of-the-mill hardcore punk?" i get that your genre pie slab beats mine by 4 % rpoints & totally chill if you didn't vibe with Diaspora Problems, but for real i never heard a rsuicidal tendencies record that sounds like this
Squarepusher Feed Me Weird Things
Steely Dan Aja
Steve Reich Octet/Music For a Large Ensemble/Violin Phase
Steve Roach Structures from Silence
System of a Down Toxicity
Talk Talk Laughing Stock
Television Marquee Moon
Thank You Scientist Maps of Non-Existent Places
The Antlers Hospice
The Beths Expert in a Dying Field
The Brave Little Abacus Just Got Back from the Discomfort...
The Callous Daoboys Celebrity Therapist
The Dear Hunter Act IV: Rebirth in Reprise
The Dillinger Escape Plan Calculating Infinity
The Fall of Troy Doppelganger
The Jesus Lizard Goat
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Electric Ladyland
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Axis: Bold as Love
The Mars Volta De-Loused in the Comatorium
The Pax Cecilia Blessed Are The Bonds
The Wrens The Meadowlands
Thelonious Monk Brilliant Corners
Thrice Vheissu
Toby Driver They Are the Shield
Toluca Soras
Tom Waits Franks Wild Years
Trophy Scars Holy Vacants
Trophy Scars Astral Pariah
Turnover Peripheral Vision
Underworld Second Toughest in the Infants
Unwound New Plastic Ideas
Venetian Snares Rossz Csillag Allat Szuletett
Verse Aggression
Vi Som Alskade Varandra Sa Mycket Den sorgligaste musiken i varlden
Who would have thought my love language was tonsilitically-screamed Swedish hxc?
Vi Som Alskade Varandra Sa Mycket Det Onda. Det Goda. Det Vackra. Det Fula.
We Lost the Sea Departure Songs
Weyes Blood Titanic Rising
Wynton Marsalis Wynton Marsalis
Wynton Marsalis The London Concert
Yeule softscars
Youssou N'Dour Djamil Inédits 84-85
Zao Where Blood and Fire Bring Rest

4.0 excellent
'68 Two Parts Viper
7 Angels 7 Plagues Jhazmyne's Lullaby
A Great Big Pile of Leaves Pono
Acid Bath Paegan Terrorism Tactics
Adebisi Shank This is the Album
Adolescents Adolescents
Adrift Black Heart Bleeds Black
Adrift Pure
Aeviterne The Ailing Facade
Affinity Trio Hindsight
Agalloch The Mantle
Aglaia Three Organic Experiences
Ai Kuwabara Trio Project The Sixth Sense
Alan Hovhaness Symphonies Nos. 4, 20 and 53; Prayer of St Gregory
Albert Ayler Love Cry
Alcest Kodama
Alexisonfire Alexisonfire
Alexisonfire Watch Out!
Almog Sharvit Get Up or Cry
Alvvays Blue Rev
Amon Duul II Yeti
Anaal Nathrakh Endarkenment
Angel Olsen Big Time
Antarctic Antarctic
Aphex Twin Richard D. James Album
Aphex Twin Selected Ambient Works Volume II
Arktida Сквозь Столетия
Grand choruses, sweeping emotional verses, cheesy orchestral accompaniment; Skvoz' stoletiya is certainly a generic power metal album, but it's a generic power metal album delivered in Russian. 9 years later and Arktida still tug at my heartstrings
Armand Hammer and The Alchemist Haram
Arooj Aftab, Vijay Iyer, and Shahzad Ismaily Love In Exile
As Cities Burn Hell or High Water
ASIDEFROMADAY Divine Proportion
ASIDEFROMADAY Chasing Shadows
At the Drive-In Relationship of Command
Aura Noir Deep Tracts of Hell
Aurora (NOR) The Gods We Can Touch
Bathe Alone Last Looks
Battles Mirrored
Batushka Litourgiya
Beach House Once Twice Melody: Chapter One
Beach House Once Twice Melody
Bear vs. Shark Right Now You're in the Best of Hands
Bear vs. Shark Terrorhawk
Beastie Boys Licensed to Ill
Beecher This Elegy, His Autopsy
Beecher Breaking the Fourth Wall
Bent Knee Say So
Bent Knee Bent Knee
Bent Knee You Know What They Mean
Big Thief Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You
Billy Woods Aethiopes
Birds in Row You, Me, and the Violence
Birds in Row Personal War
Birds in Row We Already Lost The World
Birds in Row Gris Klein
Bjork Medulla
Bjork Debut
Bjork Biophilia
Bjork Fossora
Black Country, New Road Ants From Up There
Black Eyes Cough
Black Matter Device Modern Frenetics
Black Matter Device AUTONOMOUS WEAPONS
BLACKSHAPE BLACKSHAPE
Boards of Canada Tomorrow's Harvest
Bohren und der Club of Gore Sunset Mission
Bokassa Divide and Conquer
Bokassa Crimson Riders
Botch An Anthology of Dead Ends
Botch American Nervoso
Breach Kollapse
Breach Venom
Breach It's Me God
BRUIT The Machine Is Burning...
Brutus (BE) Burst
BUCK-TICK Kurutta Taiyou
Buckethead Colma
Built to Spill When The Wind Forgets Your Name
Burial Untrue
Burial Kindred
Calexico Convict Pool
Calligram The Eye Is the First Circle
Cara Neir Portals to a Better, Dead World
Cara Neir Phase Out
Caribou Swim
Caspian Dust and Disquiet
Caterina Barbieri Spirit Exit
Chain Gang Grave When Your Friends Become Cops
Chaostar Threnody
Charles Mingus Pithecanthropus Erectus
Charles Mingus The Clown
Charles Mingus Tonight at Noon
Charles Mingus "Pithecanthropus Erectus" 1955-1957
Charlotte Adigery and Bolis Pupul Topical Dancer
Chat Pile God's Country
Chelsea Wolfe She Reaches Out to She Reaches Out to She
Chet Baker Chet
Chiasm Reform
Circuit Circuit Body Songs
Cloud Rat Threshold
Cluster Sowiesoso
Coheed and Cambria In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3
Coheed and Cambria From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness
Cohort B 1001 Lukewarm USA
Colossal Welcome the Problems
Comadre Comadre
Converge You Fail Me
Converge Petitioning the Empty Sky
Converge When Forever Comes Crashing
Converge Axe to Fall
Conway the Machine God Don't Make Mistakes
Crystal Lake The Voyages
Culprate Deliverance
Cursive The Ugly Organ
D'Angelo Black Messiah
Daitro Laisser Vivre Les Squelettes
Dance Gavin Dance Acceptance Speech 2.0
Daniel Rossen You Belong There
Daughters Daughters
December The Lament Configuration
Deftones Diamond Eyes
Deftones Ohms
Delta Sleep Ghost City
Destroyer LABYRINTHITIS
Devil's Den Barbed New Religion
Dinosaur Jr. Beyond
Dionaea Still
dios trio High on Bikes
Dispirited Spirits The Redshift Blues
Dissidente The War on Two Fronts
Dog Fashion Disco Cult Classic
Domestic Terminal All The Stories Left To Tell
Duke Ellington and John Coltrane Duke Ellington and John Coltrane
Dukla Honza
Duma Duma
Earth Moves The Truth In Our Bodies
Ebi Soda Honk If You're Sad
Einsturzende Neubauten Haus Der Lüge
Elia y Elizabeth The Original Recordings
Emery ...In Shallow Seas We Sail
Emma Ruth Rundle Engine of Hell
Emma Ruth Rundle and Thou May Our Chambers Be Full
Emma Ruth Rundle and Thou The Helm of Sorrow
Enter Shikari Nothing Is True and Everything Is Possible
I'm gonna stray away from too long of a soundoff here because I'm wading into uncharted waters. But Enter Shikari's latest release is both a delightful amalgam of ear-pleasing electronics and a sharp social commentary. It's almost too preachy and perhaps a bit artificial sounding, but it's accessible yet challenging.
Envy Abyssal
Abyssal is a landmark EP for envy. Though they truly began to adopt post-rock themes and sounds in Insomniac Doze, Abyssal represents envy owning and conquering what would become a hallmark of their sonic palate. The atmospheric quality so characteristic of envy's work is most apparent in the 10 minute long opening track, where harsh vocals reminiscent of the band's earlier days mesh with shimmery, distorted guitars. These are followed by gentle cleans delivered in the almost-spoken word style that came to define Tetsuya Fukagawa's singing when he wasn't pummeling the listener. A keystone of everyone's favorite screamo band's discography.
Ephel Duath The Painter's Palette
Faith No More Angel Dust
False Confession False Confession
Faraquet The View From This Tower
Fire On Fire The Orchard
Fire On Fire 5 Song EP
Fishmans Kuuchuu Camp
Flourishing The Sum of All Fossils
Despite having listened to this the whole way through at least half a dozen times, I always expect TSoAF to be a crush-fest befitting of a group sput tags as dm/industrial. Then as T1 rumbles into T2 and Flourishing's unique take on TDM betrays its prog, doom, and punk influences, I marvel at the unassuming depth of sound on this record. It's this blend of genres that makes TSoAF such a rewarding listen, and one that makes the Ulcerate comparisons seem a tad forced. Flourishing have their own sound and they execute it cleverly here. Or, if you prefer, just listen to Fossil Records instead of reading my pointless soundoff.
FM-84 Atlas
Four Tet There is Love in You
Frank Zappa Apostrophe
Gang of Youths Angel in Realtime
Gatvey Matvelev Гримерка
Gatvey Matvelev Completely
George Otsuka Quintet Loving You George
Gerry Mulligan Night Lights
Godspeed You! Black Emperor G_d's Pee AT STATE'S END!
GoGo Penguin v2.0
A lovely exponent of modern jazz a la Mammal Hands: complex rhythms and interweaving melodies with a splash of easy-to-listen-to paint on the surface. This record definitely falls into the oft-targeted "works well in the background or as a close listen" category.
Gonemage Sudden Deluge
Goreshit semantic compositions on death and its meaning
Goreshit Semantics: The Benzo Chronicles
Guillaume Perret Open Me
Gulch Burning Desire to Draw Last Breath
Gulch Impenetrable Cerebral Fortress
Impenetrable Cerebral Fortress evokes exactly what it should: a disgusting, piss-laden, stray tooth-strewn pit in a dingy San Jose club. That's all Gulch needed to to succeed, and they achieve success in spades with this ferocious quarter of an hour release.
Hail Spirit Noir Eden In Reverse
Hakushi Hasegawa Air Ni Ni
Hammock Kenotic
Hammock Elsewhere
Harkonen Shake Harder Boy
Haruomi Hosono/Shigeru Suzuki/Tatsuro Yamashita Pacific
hawak Nuoc
Heaven In Her Arms White Halo
Herbie Hancock Empyrean Isles
Hiatus Kaiyote Mood Valiant
His Hero Is Gone The Plot Sickens: Enslavement Redefined
Huerco S Plonk
This is, largely (but for plonk ix), a vibe and a half. Tumbleweed-thick rhythms, tattooed-on synth beats, expansive auroras of sound. But i am not gonna elevate this higher than a 4 for that rapping.
Ice Cube Kill at Will
ichika Forn
ichika I
Ichiko Aoba Adan no Kaze
Igorrr Spirituality and Distortion
Ihsahn Arktis.
Ihsahn crafted a superbly experimental, beautiful, and sometimes unsettling record with Arktis. back in 2016. One of the most continuously surprising (and I mean this positively!) aspects about this record is its accessibility given Tveitan's clear intention of producing a disconcertingly conceptual album. This record is consistent in its inventiveness (for black/prog) and admirable for how many new ideas there are from song to song while still retaining a fundamental similarity. Ihsahn leaves his indelible creative mark on each song, and no one else could make an album like this work.
Ihsahn Ihsahn
Ill Repute What Happens Next
Imperial Triumphant An Evening with Imperial Triumphant
Imperial Triumphant Spirit of Ecstasy
Impure Wilhelmina Antidote
Ingrina Etter Lys
Invalids Strengths
Iosonouncane Ira
Jason Moran The Sound Will Tell You
Jean-Michel Jarre Oxygene
Jerkcurb Air Con Eden
Jeromes Dream Completed
Jeromes Dream The Gray In Between
Jessie Ware That! Feels Good!
Jizue Bookshelf
Johann Sebastian Bach The Masterpiece Collection: Bach, Vol. 1
This hour-plus jaunt through some of Bach's most well-known works captures that which etched his name into the halls of perpetuity. Among the globally excellent performances, Dubravka Tomsic's performance of the Italian Concerto is a highlight: Tomsic's graceful playing and sense for drama plays up Bach's baroque sensitivities and sets a high standard for other pianists to follow. This record would measure up higher, but the canned production drains just enough vitality to constrain Bach's compositions a tad.
Johnny Booth Connections
Joliette Principia
Joliette Atáxico
Joy Division Unknown Pleasures
JPEGMAFIA LP! (online)
Kamasi Washington Harmony of Difference
Kauan Ice Fleet
Kilgore Trout Immemorial
King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard Polygondwanaland
Kinkajous Being Waves
Knut Challenger
KOAN Sound Led by Ancient Light
Kole?anka Place Is
KRS-One Keep Right
KRZTA ŻÓŁĆ​.​NISZCZENIE​.​ZGLISZCZE
La Quiete La fine non è la fine
La Quiete 2006 / 2009
Landlady Landlady
Laufey Everything I Know About Love
Les McCann Layers
Lianne La Havas Lianne La Havas
Lightning Bug A Color of the Sky
Little Simz Sometimes I Might Be Introvert
Liturgy H.A.Q.Q.
In terms of experimentation, creativity, and fusion, H.A.Q.Q. is an absolute masterpiece. In terms of being enjoyable and fun to listen to, it's often wonderful but occasionally grating. On balance, it's a wonderful piece of art, nerdiness be damned.
Liturgy 93696
Locktender Friedrich
Lord Huron Long Lost
Lord Snow Solitude
I play this record when I am feeling like any of the following, in combination or solo: lesbian, vegan, feminist, hard, core.
Los Jaivas Alturas de Machu Picchu
Low Roar maybe tomorrow...
Ludus The Visit
Ludus The Seduction
Lupe Fiasco Drill Music in Zion
Lynyn Lexicon
M83 Dead Cities, Red Seas and Lost Ghosts
Magnetophonique Une Cartographie Idéale
Mahlathini & the Mahotella Queens Music Inferno: The Indestructible Beat Tour 1988​-
Makaya McCraven In These Times
Mall Girl Pure Love
Mamaleek Out of Time
Mammal Hands Shadow Work
Mammal Hands' strongest effort, in my opinion. Their sound is more captivating, more ethereal, and smoother than before. The record grips an active listener and soothes a passive one; i.e., I spin it when I'm working, before I sleep, or just as much on a long drive when little else occupies my mind.
Mammal Hands Becoming
Becoming is a superb example of Mammal Hands' trademark avant-garde yet smooth jazz. Instrumentation is tight yet flowing, compositions are harmonious and precise, and production creates a well-rounded and full-bodied sound. At a greater length, Mammal Hands could craft an even more remarkable album, but they do earn their 4 well.
Mammal Hands Captured Spirits
Mare Cognitum Solar Paroxysm
Maria BC Spike Field
Master Boot Record Personal Computer
Matthew Halsall Fletcher Moss Park
maudlin of the Well The Secret Song
Mazzy Star Among My Swan
Mdou Moctar Afrique Victime
Me and Him Call It Us Loss
Melanie De Biasio Blackened Cities
Meshell Ndegeocello Peace Beyond Passion
Midori Shimizu
Miles Davis Miles Smiles
Miles Davis Sketches of Spain
Miles Davis Birth of the Cool
Miles Davis Get Up with It
Misha Panfilov Sound Combo Days As Echoes
Modest Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition
Monobody Raytracing
Monobody Comma
Moss Icon Lyburnum Wits End Liberation Fly
Motorpsycho Ancient Astronauts
Mouse On The Keys NHK Special Drama ''Phone Fraud Children'' Origina
Musk Ox Inheritance
Myriam Alter Where Is There
Naedr Past is Prologue
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Let Love In
Night Verses Every Sound Has a Color in the Valley of Night...
No Note if this is the future then I'm in the dark
Nord (FRA) And Now There's Only A River Left Behind
Nord (FRA) Monsters
Nowherer Victory Over the Sun
Nujabes Metaphorical Music
Nuvolascura As We Suffer From Memory and Imagination
The Envy comparisons are inevitable yet somewhat needless. Nuvolascura offer a package that is both more bruising and more bruised than their Japanese counterparts. The record is paced perfectly for its desired emotional effect, pelting the listener with a hectic mishmash of noise, math, and skramz.
of Montreal Hissing Fauna, Are You the Destroyer?
Old Nick A New Generation Of Vampiric Conspiracies
Oliver Nelson The Blues and the Abstract Truth
Otoboke Beaver SUPER CHAMPON
OU One
Overo Waiting For The End To Begin
Oxbow The Narcotic Story
Oxbow Let Me Be A Woman
Oxbow Thin Black Duke
Pal Hwang Dan 2013-2021 Seoul
Panopticon .​.​.​And Again into the Light
Park Jiha The Gleam
Parliament Funkentelechy Vs. the Placebo Syndrome
Patrick Shiroishi Hidemi
Peach Pit Sweet FA
Pere Ubu The Modern Dance
Pere Ubu Dub Housing
Peregrine (USA-MA) the awful things we've done
Perfume Genius Ugly Season
Petrol Girls Baby
pg.99 Document #7
pg.99 Document #5
pg.99 / Majority Rule Document #12
Phoebe Bridgers Punisher
Pilori (FRA) À Nos Morts
Piri Reis Ritma
Plebeian Grandstand Rien ne suffit
Pledge Haunted Visions
Pool Kids Pool Kids
Poppy EAT (NXT Soundtrack)
Portico Quartet Isla
Portrayal of Guilt We Are Always Alone
Postvorta Porrima
Pupil Slicer Mirrors
Purplefox Town Purplefox Town
R U N For You Will Never Find Peace Within Your Quiet
Rabbit Rabbit Radio Rabbit Rabbit Radio, Vol. 1
Rachel Lime A.U.
Rachika Nayar Heaven Come Crashing
Randolph's Leap Spirit Level
Really From Really From
Red Harvest Cold Dark Matter
Return to Forever Return to Forever
Rolo Tomassi Cosmology
Rolo Tomassi Where Myth Becomes Memory
Royal Coda To Only a Few at First
Rudresh Mahanthappa Hero Trio
A finely performed tribute to Rudresh's self-proclaimed masters. Hero Trio is a lovely piece of throwback jazz and a fitting interpretation of many titanic voices from Ornette Coleman to Coltrane, with some less jazzy influences thrown in as well such as Stevie Wonder and Johnny Cash. A purely enjoyable, easily listenable, overall super fun record from beginning to end
Rx Bandits Mandala
Rx Bandits Gemini, Her Majesty
Sade Love Deluxe
Sangre de Muerdago Xuntas
Sangre de Muerdago O Vento que Lambe as miñas Feridas
Sea Mosquito Fire, Magic & Venom
Sed Non Satiata Sed Non Satiata
Haunting and beautiful, powered by strong vocals and solidly standard BM instrumentation. No tracks stand head and shoulders above the others, but this is fairly engaging, which says a lot.
Shibusashirazu Shibuboshi
Shibusashirazu Shibuki
Shum Levegő
Siege Drop Dead
Sights and Sounds Monolith
Since By Man We Sing The Body Electric
Skaphe Skáphe³
Are you kidding me? You're telling me you're gonna hear those drums at 2+ minutes in to Track 2 and not instantly give these dudes $7 on Bandcamp? Since it's a soundoff, I'll close with a lasy comparison: halfway between Imperial Triumphant and Wormlust on the mindfucky, atmospheric, death-inspiring black metal wizardry, and the love child of Ulcerate's and Deathspell Omega's hazy vortex of death.
Skee Mask Compro
Slift Ummon
Y'all know that recent list a user made about seducing women with progressive rock? This is the record you play to seduce your homies
Slift Ilion
Smog Red Apple Falls
Snarky Puppy Sylva
So Hideous None But a Pure Heart Can Sing
Soko ni Naru 一閃 (ISSEN)
Sonny Rollins Saxophone Colossus
SOUL GLO Songs To Yeet At The Sun
Space Art Trip in the Center Head
Spellling The Turning Wheel
Spoon Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga
Spoon Lucifer on the Sofa
Springtime (AUS) Night Raver
Squid Bright Green Field
Starkweather Croatoan
Starterra Celestial
Starterra Transformation Cycles
State Faults Clairvoyant
Static Dress Rouge Carpet Disaster
String Noise, Greg Saunier, and International Contemporary E Eric Lyon: Giga Concerto
Sudan Archives Natural Brown Prom Queen
Suede Autofiction
Suffering Hour The Cyclic Reckoning
Suis La Lune Quiet, Pull the Strings!
Suis La Lune Heir
Sunken Livslede
Susumu Yokota Symbol
Svalbard One Day All This Will End
Svalbard It's Hard to Have Hope
Svalbard When I Die, Will I Get Better?
Svalbard The Weight of the Mask
Sweet Trip A Tiny House, In Secret Speeches, Polar Equals
Sylvaine Nova
Takako Mamiya Love Trip
Teenage Jesus and the Jerks Live 1977-1979
Telos Delude
Tenhi Valkama
Tera Melos X'ed Out
Thank You Scientist Stranger Heads Prevail
Thank You Scientist Terraformer
TYS shoulder high expectations for good reason, and they mostly delivered with Terraformer. The almost inconceivably long runtime is surprisingly not much of a hindrance here, as the band stay quite engaged with their craft the whole time. TYS maintain their sound well and don't experiment much, which is perhaps why this album doesn't reach the highs it could have. That being said, Terraformer is a wonderful record with some truly superb tracks that belong in the top tier of TYS's discog.
The Algorithm Brute Force
Brute Force is pure fun. It's chaotic yet calculated, ferocious yet tentative, and in your face yet by your side. There's something comforting to me about the Algorithm's blend of electronic music and prog metal, perhaps because Brute Force is so contemporary as to only work in the mid-2010s. To throw another juxtaposition into the mix, this whole record both seems effortless and tortuously complicated. Won't stop banging this one till the cows come home
The Armed Untitled
The Armed Only Love
Dissonant and distorted, a vision of punk and hardcore for the future. I admire the Armed for their ability to push the scene forward; the album pushes the envelope and is still a fantastic listen.
The Armed Ultrapop
The Breathing Effect Mars Is a Very Bad Place for Love
The Callous Daoboys Die on Mars
To synthesize everyone else's comments: TDEP's frenetic energy meets The Chariot's sonic palate meets DGD's humor. It's a refreshing take on a genre that ostensibly peaked years ago, and an entry to the scene worthy of notice.
The Callous Daoboys God Smiles Upon The Callous Daoboys
The Chameleons Script of the Bridge
The Chariot One Wing
Unbelievable, undeniable riffage. I don't believe One Wing deserves the most dazzling praise. Its ideas, while executed quite well and performed cohesively, aren't entirely groundbreaking. It's certainly a wild, joyful, ecstatic ride, but what the Chariot's final album possessed in creating a few supreme tracks it lacked in consummate consistency.
The Death Particle Chapter I
The Dillinger Escape Plan Miss Machine
The Dillinger Escape Plan One of Us Is the Killer
The Dillinger Escape Plan Dissociation
The Fall of Troy The Fall of Troy
The Future Sound of London Lifeforms
The Future Sound of London Dead Cities
The Hirsch Effekt Urian
The Knife Silent Shout
The Letters Organize Dead Rhythm Machine
The Motion Mosaic Avant-Garbage
Hearkens back to older metalcore in the most refreshing way. The diversity of sounds on this album makes it a challenging, rewarding ride e.g. the appropriately placed interludes giving the listener a much-needed breather. that seems to be one of the common denominators across the album. Personal highlight is DMT Daydream, with Cancer and Cure a close second. Hoping these guys get the attention they deserve.
The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation Succubus
The Number Twelve Looks Like You Mongrel
The Orb Adventures Beyond The Ultraworld
The Physics House Band Horizons / Rapture
The Physics House Band Incident on 3rd
The Pretty Things Parachute
The Reds, Pinks and Purples Uncommon Weather
The Reds, Pinks and Purples The Town That Cursed Your Name
The Ruins of Beverast The Thule Grimoires
The World Is a Beautiful Place... Illusory Walls
This Heat This Heat
thoughtcrimes Altered Pasts
Tired Lion Breakfast for Pathetics
Toluca Act I
Don't you love when you stumble across an EP that gets you absolutely psyched about a band, and then you realize it's their first release and there's much more of their catalog to enjoy? Toluca's Act I
Toluca Memoria
Toluca's first full length release has them firing on their selected cylinders. This is an emotionally charged, atmospheric, melodic, and even well produced hodgepodge with the Russian blackened screamo group at their best. Fans of envy looking for something with a harsher edge should check this out.
Tom Waits Closing Time
Tom Waits Swordfishtrombones
Tom Waits Nighthawks At The Diner
TOMÁ Atom
Tomberlin i don’t know who needs to hear this...
Tomoko Omura Branches Vol. 2
Tomoko Omura Branches Vol. 1
Totem Skin Still Waters Run Deep
Blackened hardcore is my jam at the moment, and Totem Skin are one of the most underappreciated artists in the genre. This album is a full-on emotive assault, with the blackened vocals and atmosphere underscoring the raw power of the hxcore-influenced instrumentals. The Silent Hill sample don't hurt either
Totem Skin Weltschmerz
Touche Amore Stage Four
I really hate that I miss harsher vox on this album. Stage Four is an undeniably moving experience - as it should be, given the fact that it's a dedication to lead singer Bolm's mother in the throes of cancer. Each song positively drips with emotion, and for the studious follower of my soundoffs one could gather that I tend to find emotion in my favorite musical pieces. I do feel, though, that Jeremy Bolm held back a little here, and that prevents me from ascribing legendary status to Stage Four. All in all, though, it's a fantastic listen and work of art.
Touche Amore Lament
Trachimbrod A Collection of Hidden Sketches
Tricot 10
Trioscapes Digital Dream Sequence
Tubelord Our First American Friends
Tuscoma Arkhitecturenominus
A full, rambunctious sound populated by galloping riffage, harsh growls that aren't buried in reverb, and solid rhythm. Tuscoma is a fascinating project and the artists deserve all the attention they can get.
Two People First Body
Ulthar Providence
Ulthar Anthronomicon
Unwound Fake Train
Valleyheart Heal My Head
Vansire Angel Youth
Vansire The Modern Western World
Venetian Snares Moonglow/This Bitter Earth
Viva Belgrado Flores, Carne
Volto! Incitare
Vorvan Awakened
Wake Thought Form Descent
We Lost the Sea The Quietest Place on Earth
Wednesday Rat Saw God
Weyes Blood And in the Darkness, Hearts Aglow
White Ward Futility Report
White Ward Love Exchange Failure
White Ward False Light
Wild Nothing Nocturne
World's End Girlfriend Hurtbreak Wonderland
Wormlust The Feral Wisdom
Wrecking Crew Sedale Threat
Yashira Fail To Be
yaya bey Remember Your North Star
YAYA KIM a.k.a YAYA
Yellow Magic Orchestra Solid State Survivor
Yo La Tengo Electr-O-Pura
Zao The Well-Intentioned Virus
Zao The Crimson Corridor
Zapruder Fall In Line

3.5 great
(SOMA) If you See Me​.​.​. (Let Me Be)
(waning) Still Hours
36 Crazyfists A Snow Capped Romance
40 Watt Sun Perfect Light
72-HOUR POST FIGHT NON-BACKGROUND MUSIC
Abnormality Contaminating the Hive Mind
Abyzou Aeternum
Adebisi Shank This is the Second Album
Aduanten Sullen Cadence
Adult Books Grecian Urn
Adult Oriented Pop 06:15 AM
Agonanist The Cynicism of Solitude
Air Talkie Walkie
Air The Virgin Suicides
Airport People From Nine Mornings
Al Wootton Callers Spring
Alabaster DePlume Come with Fierce Grace
Alfie Templeman Forever Isn't Long Enough
Alfie Templeman Mellow Moon
Alice Phoebe Lou Paper Castles
Allan Holdsworth Road Games
Aloft Far
Alphabet Holds Hostage held hostage
Alphabet Holds Hostage truth in habitual
Amyl and the Sniffers Comfort To Me
Anchoress Stay Positive
Angry Son Pranks for the Memories
Anika Change
Anti-God Hand Wretch
Aphex Twin Come to Daddy
Arch Echo Story I
Archspire Relentless Mutation
Archspire Bleed the Future
Arovane Reihen
Artificial Brain Artificial Brain
As I Lay Dying An Ocean Between Us
As I Lay Dying The Powerless Rise
Asian Glow Stalled Flutes, means
Avon Terror Corps Wish You Were Avon
オオハシ (Ohashi) 波のはじまり (Nami no Hajimari)
Baby Keem The Melodic Blue
Bachelor Doomin' Sun
Be Well The Weight And The Cost
beabadoobee Beatopia
Beach House Once Twice Melody: Chapter Two
Ben Lukas Boysen Clarion
Ben Varian One Hundred Breakfasts with the Book
Beth Orton Weather Alive
Beyonce Renaissance
Bicurious (re)constructed
Bjork Volta
Bjork Utopia
Black Country, New Road For the first time
Black Midi Cavalcade
Black Midi Hellfire
Blood Command Cult Drugs
Bon Jovi Slippery When Wet
Born (IS) Drottningar Dauðans
Boygenius the record
Bremer and McCoy Natten
Brutus (BE) Unison Life
BUCK-TICK Hurry Up Mode
Buckethead Enter the Chicken
Buckethead Day of the Robot
Buckethead Enter The Chicken (Reissue)
Buckethead Jordan
Butthole Surfers Psychic... Powerless... Another Man's Sac
Caffa Mental Enslavement
Calligram Position | Momentum
Canal Irreal Canal Irreal
Capstan Restless Heart, Keep Running
Cara Neir Pain Gel of Purification
Carmen Villain Only Love From Now On
Caroline Loveglow Strawberry
Caroline Polachek Desire, I Want To Turn Into You
Caspian On Circles
Cate Le Bon Pompeii
Causa Sui Szabodelico
Cautious Clay Blood Type
Central (RUS) Время
Chain Gang Grave Cement Mind
Chalk Hands Don't Think About Death
Charles Rumback Seven Bridges
Chastity Belt Fake/Fear
Ches Smith and We All Break Path of Seven Colors
Chet Baker Chet Baker & Strings
Children of Bodom Hate Crew Deathroll
Chime School Chime School
chivàla EP II
Chiyoda Ku Selecta Perspective
Christian Death Catastrophe Ballet
Circa Survive Blue Sky Noise
Circuit Circuit Circuit Circuit - EP
clairo Sling
Claud Super Monster
Claud Supermodels
Cloak (USA-CA) Succumb
Closer (US) within one stem
Codex Orzhova Baja Blasted
Coheed and Cambria The Second Stage Turbine Blade
Coheed and Cambria The Afterman: Ascension
Coheed and Cambria The Afterman: Descension
Coheed and Cambria Vaxis I: The Unheavenly Creatures
Couch Slut My Life as a Woman
Couch Slut Contempt
Couch Slut Take A Chance On Rock 'n' Roll
Crippled Black Phoenix Ellengaest
Crippled Black Phoenix Banefyre
Cyanic Litanies of Lust Unholy
Darkside Spiral
Darkthrone Eternal Hails
Dave Harvey Get Mental
De Lyckliga Kompisarna Tomat
Dear Anyone Roulette
death's dynamic shroud Darklife
Delta Sleep Spring Island
Demoniac (CHL) Nube Negra
Denzel Curry Melt My Eyez See Your Future
Deserta Every Moment, Everything You Need
Devil Sold His Soul Loss
Digital Underground This is an EP Release
Dio Holy Diver
Domestic Terminal The Flooded Basement EP
Donald Byrd Byrd In Hand
Donald Byrd The Cat Walk
Donald Byrd Slow Drag
DOTGIFFROMGOD approximation_of_a_human
Drames Rurals drames rurals
Dream Unending Tide Turns Eternal
Drip-Fed Kill the Buzz
Driving Slow Motion Adrift:Abyss
Drop Nineteens Delaware
E U X "et les autres"
Ebi Soda Bedroom Tapes
Ebi Soda Ugh
Echo Tail A Brief Escape From Life
Echodrone The Sun Rose in a Different Place
Echodrone Resurgence
Ed Jacobs Addressing Wonder: The Music of Ed Jacobs
Eden Maine The Treachery Pact
Elbow Flying Dream 1
Elder (USA-MA) Omens
Elena Steri Chaotic Energy
Emil de Waal Vente
Emily Wells Regards to the End
Emma-Jean Thackray Yellow
End It Unpleasant Living
Envy The Eyes Of A Single-Eared Prophet
Envy Alnair in August
Erika de Casier Sensational
Etran de L'Air Agadez
Everything Everything Raw Data Feel
Evilyn Inside Shells
Ex Olympic XO
Exhumation (IDSA) Opus Death
Expander Neuropunk Boostergang
Explosions in the Sky The Earth Is Not a Cold Dead Place
Explosions in the Sky All of a Sudden, I Miss Everyone
fallfiftyfeet Twisted World Perspective
Faust Faust IV
Faye Webster I Know I'm Funny haha
Faye Webster Car Therapy Sessions
Federico Aubele Gran Hotel Buenos Aires
Finch Say Hello to Sunshine
Fire! Orchestra Arrival
First Fragment Gloire Eternelle
FKA Twigs Caprisongs
Flocks You Were Probably Younger Then
Florist Florist
Flying Lotus Flamagra
FOSCØ Puro
Fracture and Sam Binga Omura
Frog Whatever We Probably Already Had It
From Autumn to Ashes Too Bad You're Beautiful
From Autumn to Ashes The Fiction We Live
G Calvin Weston and Jim Kost Stone Church
Gallows (UK) Orchestra Of Wolves
Gates (USA-NJ) Here and Now
Genghis Tron Board Up the House
Genghis Tron Dream Weapon
Georgia Harmer Stay in Touch
Gi Gi Lumino Pleco
Ginger Root Nisemono
Giuseppe Ottaviani Horizons [Part 1]
Glass Kites Glass Kites II
Glass Museum Reflet
Gloria (FRA) Sabbat Matters
GoGo Penguin Everything Is Going to Be OK
Gold Necklace Gold Necklace
Good Willsmith HausLive 2: Good Willsmith at Sleeping Village, 4​
Gouge Out Introspection Rundown
Grace Ives Janky Star
Greg Spero The Chicago Experiment
Grima Rotten Garden
Guided by Voices Bee Thousand
Gulfer Gulfer
Gutbucket Sludge Test
Gynoid The Hunger Artist Show
Hands Like Houses Dissonants
Hania Rani On Giacometti
Hank Roberts Sextet Science of Love
Hatis Noit Aura
Havukruunu Uinuos Syömein Sota
Helena Celle's Imaginal Designs Copy Music
Hella Tripper
Hella fuse mathy technicality with noise sensibilities to create a persistent cacophony. The drumming is a wonder to behold, but Hella do unfortunately stray a bit too close for comfort into the wank category, and their noisiness doesn't exactly pull things back like they may have intended. To backtrack a little, though, the injection of noise elevates a Tero Melos-esque soundscape into something akin to the lovechild of TDEP and Covet. Plus, there's plenty of NorCal love to be had.
Herbie Hancock Takin' Off
Here's to Now Mindfulness
Heriot Profound Morality
Herzel Le Dernier Rempart
Hiatus Kaiyote Tawk Tomahawk
Hiatus Kaiyote Recalibrations Vol. 1
Hinako Omori a journey...
Home Is Where I Became Birds
Home Is Where The Whaler
Homeshake Midnight Snack
Homeskin Subverse Siphoning of Suburbia
Homeskin Integument Crystallization
Homeskin Cries Methodically
Homeskin Each Day Orbital
Honningbarna Animorphs
Horsey Debonair
Hubris. Metempsychosis
Hundreds of AU Acting from Remote Satellites
Hungry Lights The Awry Ascent
I the Mighty Oil In Water
i-sef u-sef consistency
Ibrahim Maalouf S3NS
Icarus the Owl Icarus the Owl
Icarus the Owl Pilot Waves
Ice Nine Kills The Silver Scream
This is the type of Americana we truly need - wrapped up in a metalcore package, cheese factor turned up to 11, cultural touchstones on a track by track basis. Most fun you can have. Thank god I didn't have to use the word 'atmosphere'
ichika He Never Fades
Ichika's distinctive, masterful picking is on full display here. He employs his technical prowess in a variety of ways to communicate atmosphere and emotion; the sparse soundscapes are ripe for his playing style. Though a brief and not-bombastic record, he never fades is a fine listen.
IDER shame
Ihsahn Amr
Imarhan Aboogi
In Flames Come Clarity
Infant Island Beneath
Injury Reserve By The Time I Get To Phoenix
Inside The Beehive Drink Bleach; Live Forever
Inter Arma Paradise Gallows
Intercepting Pattern The Encounter
Invent Animate The Sun Sleeps, As If It Never Was
Iotunn Access All Worlds
Iris (NO) love and other disasters
Isao Tomita Clair de Lune
Ithaca They Fear Us
Izy Irene
Jack Prest The Risk Of Hyperbole - Vol​.​2 - Object
Jack The Joker Mors Volta
James Brandon Lewis Jesup Wagon
Jane Weaver Flock
Japanese Breakfast Soft Sounds From Another Planet
Japanese Heart Software SOFT
Jazz Spastiks Camera of Sound
JFDR Museum
Jizue Story
Job for a Cowboy Sun Eater
Joe Satriani Surfing With The Alien
John Carroll Kirby Septet
John Pope Quintet Mixed with Glass
John Sharkey III Shoot Out the Cameras
John Zorn The Big Gundown
Johnny Booth Moments Elsewhere
Johnny Marr Fever Dreams Pts I-IV
Julia Holter Have You In My Wilderness
Julia Kwamya Feel Good About Feeling Bad
Julia Shapiro Zorked
Julien Baker Sprained Ankle
Julien Baker Little Oblivions
Julius Hemphill and Peter Kowald Live at Kassiopeia
Kabbalah The Omen
Kai Whiston Quiet as Kept, F.O.G.
KALI Trio Loom
Kanonenfieber Menschenmühle
Kareem Ali Star-Crossed
Katatonia City Burials
Kekht Arakh Pale Swordsman
KEN mode Null
Kenny Dorham Afro-Cuban
Maybe it's not the most innovative, complex, or even consistent jazz records out there, but Kenny Dorham's Afro-Cuban is a fun piece with enough energy and groove to placate the rabid r/jazzcj Neanderthal.
Kenta Shimakawa Glimpse
Keygen Church ░█░█░░█░█░█░
Keygen Church Bullug Gegbug...
Kill Alters Armed To The Teeth L.M.O.M.M.
King Crimson VROOOM
King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard L. W.
King Woman Celestial Blues
Koenji Hyakkei Dhorimviskha
Kokoko! Fongola
Kollapse Sult
Kolya Kolya
Korn Korn
Korn Follow the Leader
La Colonie de Vacances ECHT
ECHT is eclectic, dizzying, and nervous, just as one would expect from an 11-piece comprising members of four French math-adjacent groups. The compositions are wonderfully free-flowing at the intersection of improvised frenzy and calculated experimentation. A cohesive narrative would propel this record to greater heights, but it's a fun, challenging listen.
La Femme Mystère
Lack the Low God-Carrier
Lady Wray Piece Of Me
Lakes (UK) Elysian Skies
Lasciate ogne Sperenza Abandon All Hope
Laufey Bewitched
Laura Stevenson The Big Freeze
The Big Freeze brims with melancholy and downtempo guitar playing, yet Laura Stevenson's voice comforts the listener as it shimmers. There's soul and a shy confidence about Laura Stevenson that convinces the listener, and this overshadows any shortcomings due to songwriting.
Lava La Rue BUTTER-FLY
Led Zeppelin Houses of the Holy
Lee Konitz Motion
Leitha Sispyhus
Let's Talk Daggers Fantastic Contraption
Liam Kazar Due North
Light Dweller Hominal
Like Lovers Syntax
Lil Ugly Mane Volcanic Bird Enemy and the Voiced Concern
Lingua Ignota SINNER GET READY
Linkin Park Hybrid Theory
Liquid Tension Experiment Liquid Tension Experiment
Los Males Del Mundo Descent Towards Death
Lost Horizons In Quiet Moments
Low Hey What
Lower Automation Lower Automation
Lucinda Chua Antidotes 2
Lunarette Clair de Lunarette
Malthusian/Suffering Hour Time's Withering Shadow
Mamaleek Come and See
Mammal Hands Animalia
Avant-garde and yet accessible, Animalia is a decent first full record from Mammal Hands. Ethereal piano and captivating sax are on full display here; definitely worth a spin, but nothing remarkable.
Mammal Hands Gift From the Trees
Man or Astro-Man? Defcon 5...4...3...2...1
Manbryne Heilsweg: O Udręce Ciała I Tułaczce Duszy
Manchester Orchestra I'm Like a Virgin Losing a Child
Manchester Orchestra Mean Everything to Nothing
Manchester Orchestra Simple Math
Mandy, Indiana ... EP
Manes Vilosophe
Pleasant, experimental, innovative. I can only imagine the confounded shock upon the countenances of Manes' (kvltily Nordic) fanbase when this record came out all those years ago. Whatever the BM equivalent of a monocle is (eyebrow stud?), I'm sure it popped off each one of their faces.
Manticora To Live to Kill to Live
Maple Glider To Enjoy Is The Only Thing
Maraudeur Puissance 4
Maria BC Hyaline
Mariah Utakata no Hibi
Marika Hackman Deaf Heat
Marika Hackman Big Sigh
Marilyn Manson Antichrist Superstar
Marmozets The Weird and Wonderful Marmozets
Martin Glass The Pacific Visions of Martin Glass
Masayoshi Takanaka Seychelles
Maston and L'clair Souvenir
Materic Between Stone Slabs
Mathan Darkroot Tzantza
Matthew Halsall The Temple Within
Medeski, Martin and Wood Friday Afternoon in the Universe
Meer Playing House
Melt Yourself Down Pray for Me I Don't Fit In
Men I Trust Untourable Album
Mesarthim CLG J02182–05102
Mestis Eikasia
Javier Reyes crafts a beautiful, jazzy work here to exercise some of his non-AAL energy. It's a shame that any of his projects will be compared to his work in AAL, but the contrast between the work serves to highlight Reyes' songwriting and compositional prowess.
Miguel Angelo DANÇA DOS DESASTRADOS
Miles Davis Blue Haze
Minoru Fushimi Thanatos of Funk
Mitch Murder Then Again
Modest Mouse Good News for People Who Love Bad News
Molly Tuttle Crooked Tree
Moon Kissed I’d Like to Tell You Something Important
Motel Radio The Garden
Mother Mother Inside
Motorists Surrounded
Motorpsycho Kingdom of Oblivion
mt.ida mt.ida
Muse Black Holes & Revelations
Mutoid Man War Moans
Mvltifission Decomposition in the Painful Metamorphosis
Nails Abandon All Life
Nala Sinephro Space 1.8
Nature's Neighbor O t h e r s i d e
Naughtskeid Ultimate Infernal Nightscape
NEØV Picture of a Good Life
Neck of the Woods The Annex of Ire
Nothing groundbreaking here, but Neck of the Woods craft a hard-hitting record with a just-right runtime that hits all the notes. They pack energy, riffs, and some melodies into a tight little package, and the hints of atmosphere lend enough of a prog metal tinge to the record to keep The Annex of Ire from being too crushingly generic.
Necrophobic Dawn of the Damned
Neptunian Maximalism Eons
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds Push The Sky Away
Niklas Paschburg Svalbard
Nirvana Bleach
Nneka Love Supreme
NO MAN ERASE
No Suits In Miami Nothing Ever Happens
Noda Yuki Soda Sickness
Noda Yuki ddbb
Noltem Illusions In The Wake
Noveliss Vagabond
Nursing Self Care
o'summer vacation Wicked Heart
Odal Welten Mutter
Office Culture Big Time Things
Oh No Noh where one begins and the other stops
Old Nick The Vanitous Specter
Old Nick and Hex Clock Split
Olivia Dean Growth
Onsegen Ensemble Fear
Orchid Dance Tonight! Revolution Tomorrow!
Organ Freeman Organ Freeman
Organ Freeman Respect My Art
Orisaka Yuta Heisei
Our Future is an Absolute Shadow LP
Our Place of Worship is Silence Disavowed, and Left Hopeless
Outrun the Sunlight A Vast Field of Silence
Oxbow Fuckfest
Oxbow King of the Jews
Oxbow Serenade In Red
Oxbow Songs for the French
Oxbow Love's Holiday
Ozzy Osbourne The Essential Ozzy Osbourne
Pacmanthemovie Pacmanthemovie 2: Eat Lives
Painted Shrines Heaven and Holy
Palm Ghosts Lifeboat Candidate
Palm Reader Sleepless
Pan American The Patience Fader
Pan-Amerikan Native Front Little Turtle's War
Panache! Paradis
Papa M Live from a Shark Cage
Parannoul To See the Next Part of the Dream
Parannoul After The Magic
Parannoul / Asian Glow / sonhos tomam conta Downfall of the Neon Youth
Pardoner Came Down Different
Parquet Courts Wide Awake
Peace'd Out Feelings Blade
2020 HC in a nutshell. Emotive, powerful vox, twisty-turny riffage, tempo changes, and dissonant production combine to communicate pleasingly slapdash snack for the listener.
Peach Pit From 2 to 3
perfect blue unto souls whose wellsprings fail
perfect blue you breed like stars
perfect blue crystalline in gorgeous imperfection
Perihelion Gnosis Syzygial Summoning
Pickle Darling Cosmonaut
Piebald When Life Hands You Lemons
Piet Verbist Secret Exit To Another Dimension
Pixies Come On Pilgrim
Plosivs Plosivs
Polaris The Death of Me
Porter Robinson Nurture
Portico Quartet Knee Deep in the North Sea
Portico Quartet Portico Quartet
Portico Quartet Memory Streams
Portico Quartet Monument
Portrayal of Guilt Christfucker
Portrayal of Guilt Devil Music
Power Trip Manifest Decimation
Powerglove Metal Kombat for the Mortal Man
Praam Luminance
Praise the Plague The Obsidian Gate
Protest the Hero Pacific Myth
Prototype Continuum
Pure Reason Revolution Eupnea
This album is a showcase in fluidity, melody, and poise. Production highlights the electronic influences, heightens the record's characteristic twin vocal harmonics, and makes accessible the distinct prog rock climaxes dotting Eupnea's soundscapes. Each track is its own being yet the sound is extremely cohesive and represents Eupnea both 10 years removed from their last record and yet terrifically cognizant of where they left off sonically. I probably would have liked a bit more heaviness to balance out the light beauty, but Eupnea is still a wonderful listen.
Pyrrhon Abscess Time
Qrixkuor Poison Palinopsia
Rabbit Rabbit Radio Rabbit Rabbit Radio, Volume 4 - The Animal I Am
Raccoon City For Nobody, Nowhere
Rachel Chinouriri Four° in Winter
Raein Ah, As If...
Raum Daughter
Really From Verse
Regional Justice Center Crime and Punishment
Reveries, Chalk Hands, and Oknt 3-way Split
Revulsion (FIN) Revulsion
Robert Stillman What Does It Mean to Be American
Ronnie Martin From The Womb Of The Morning...
Rosali No Medium
Rosalia Motomami
Rotting Christ Theogonia
Run the Jewels Run the Jewels
Ryley Walker Course In Fable
Sam Burton I Can Go With You
Santi Debriano Flash of the Spirit
Sasquatch Fever Fantasy
Scarred Gaia - Medea
Scenario Sounds in Sequence
SCHKAF Часть I
Secret Band LP2
Senza Even a Worm Will Turn
Seputus Phantom Indigo
Seth La Morsure du Christ
Severed Heads Lamborghini/Petrol EP
Shai Maestro Human
Shaking Chains Overvalued Ideas
Shannen Moser The Sun Still Seems to Move
Shpongle Carnival of Peculiarities
Shygirl Club Shy
Sianvar Stay Lost
Silent Drive Love is Worth It
Silk Sonic An Evening with Silk Sonic
Silvana Estrada Marchita
Sitka Sun All The Way West
Skeletal Remains The Entombment of Chaos
Skeleton Skeleton
Energetic blackened punk for all y'all ripped denim shorts crusty sk8ers
Skullcrusher Quiet the Room
Skycamefalling 10.21
Skycamefalling are persistently overlooked, but this album is a testament to the musical potential they never fully realized. Though 10.21 may be hampered by some poor production value and almost-tediously repetitive structure from song to song, there are flashes of brilliance throughout. Christopher's harsh vocals surge across each track with a potent, raspy vehemence, often linking up with the punky power chords Cameron employs and the punchy fills Brian uses to punctuate each track. Cameron's addition of piano invites a welcome complexity to seep into each track, but on the theme of poor production I do believe Skycamefalling hampered themselves a bit here. I feel more experimentation with song structures, more distinct fretwork, and less inhibition from Brian on drums would have opened this album up much more and allowed it to ascend into early 2000s metalcore royalty. That all being said, this is a consistently strong record with a few standout tracks and a worthwhile listen for any 'core fan.
Sleepwalker (JPN) Noč Na Krayu Sveta
Slowly Building Weapons Sunbirds
Talk about a gem that deserves more praise! The raw production values are kind of a downside, but the merciless vocals, intensifying chord progressions, and groovy drums are highlights. SBW's mix of black metal, hxcore, and mxcore is promising, and I hope a major label picks them up and amps up the production.
Snooze Familiaris
Snooze create a thematically consistent, not-too-silly work about the life cycle of a dog. Points for executing that well, but they also execute true math rock with no real frills. Vox are standout here, the songs are catchy, and the album is pretty solid. I'd like to see Snooze get a bit more adventurous with song structures in the future, but I'd be okay if they do something like this again as well.
Soleil Bleu Félins pour l’autre
sonhos tomam conta insolação
SOUL GLO DisNigga, Vol. 2
Spectral Lore Ετερόφωτος
Spinebreaker Ice Grave
Spiritbox Eternal Blue
Squarepusher Go Plastic
Squirrel Flower Planet (i)
Stargazer (AUS) Psychic Secretions
Stars Hollow I Want To Live My Life
Stortregn Uncreation
Stortregn Emptiness Fills the Void
Stortregn Singularity
Stortregn Impermanence
Strawberry Girls French Ghetto
Strawberry Girls American Graffiti
Strike Anywhere Iron Front
Stromae Multitude
STUFF. T(h)reats
Sugar Wounds Calico Dreams
Sun-El Musician Africa to the World
Sunami/Gulch Split
Sunflo'er All These Darlings and Now Me
Sunless Dawn Timeweaver
Sunrise Patriot Motion Black Fellflower Stream
Supine No Altar for the Company Man
Susie Ibarra / Claire Chase / Alex Peh Talking Gong
Swans Filth
Sweet Trip Walkers Beware! We Drive Into The Sun / Stab/Slow
Sylosis The Supreme Oppressor
Synovial Songs of Silver
System of a Down System of a Down
System of a Down Steal This Album!
System of a Down Mezmerize
Taylor Swift 1989 (Taylor’s Version)
Teamonade Borderline
TEETH (CAN) A Biblical Worship Of Violence
Temple Nightside Pillars of Damnation
Tenace Des marques sur nos mains
Tennyson Rot
Tenue Territorios
Tera Melos Drugs to the Dear Youth
Short and sweet, a readily accessible yet impressively complex cauldron of mathy experimentation. Those drums make me frisky.
Tera Melos Trash Generator
Terra Tenebrosa The Tunnels
Thank You Scientist The Perils of Time Travel
The Allman Brothers Band The Allman Brothers Band
The Altogether Silo
The Antikaroshi Extract.Transform.Debase
The Bad Plus Activate Infinity
The Best of the Worst Better Medicine
The Breathing Effect Eli & Harry
The Clientele Music for the Age of Miracles
The Daysleepers Drowned in a Sea of Sound
The Devil Wears Prada ZII
The Faceplant Inward
The Fahrenheit Drill Install Me Into The Cloud
The Ghost Inside The Ghost Inside
It's not generic melodic hardcore if it's executed to the T generic melodic hardcore!
The Marias Cinema
The Most Of What We Have
The Mothers of Invention Freak Out!
The Motion Mosaic Bed Sores​/​/​Domino Effect
The Physics House Band Mercury Fountain
The Raging Nathans Waste My Heart
The Reds, Pinks and Purples You Might Be Happy Someday
The Reds, Pinks and Purples Summer at Land's End
The Reds, Pinks and Purples Slow Torture of an Hourly Wage
The Reds, Pinks and Purples Murder, Oral Sex & Cigarettes
The Rolling Stones Out of Our Heads
The Slow Readers Club The Joy of the Return
The Stooges The Stooges
The Suicide Machines Destruction By Definition
Thelonious Monk Monk
Thin (USA-NY) Respite_apology (demo)
thoughtcrimes Tap Night
Only 4ing this for length as Tap Night is the best EP I've heard in a long while. Compact, ferocious energy meets a variegated guitar sound, rumbling bass and kitwork, and solid production. This clocks in at less than a quarter of an hour but whets my hardcore tastebuds so hard.
Thrice Horizons/East
Throwing Snow Dragons
thus:owls Who Would Hold You If The Sky Betrayed Us?
Tigercub As Blue As Indigo
Tingvall Trio Dance
Tiny Habits Tiny Things
toe The Book About My Idle Plot on a Vague Anxiety
toe For Long Tomorrow
For as much as the vox do not jibe at all with the rest of the music. For as much as the tracks rblend together a bit too well. For as much as I totally zone out when I listen to FLT. Drums.
toe Hear You
Toluca Darvo
Towers Bel Air Highrise Plantation
Trenches Reckoner
Trentemoller Memoria
Tribulation Where the Gloom Becomes Sound
Tricot The
Tricot Makkuro
A standard sunny release from Tricot belying the album cover, Makkuro is a solid showcase of the group's defining characteristics. Tricot excel at infusing harmony and melody with Japanese math rock drumming and guitar noodling, but you get the sense they're slightly living below their potential here.
Trippers & Askers Acorn
Tuscoma Gu​-​cci
Two People Second Body
Uli Kempendorff Someone Talked
Ulthar Helionomicon
Ulver Perdition City
Unexpect _We, Invaders
Unexpect In a Flesh Aquarium
Unreqvited Beautiful Ghosts
Valdrin Effigy Of Nightmares
Effigy of Nightmares is a pleasant surprise. Full disclosure, I was expecting this record to be a reasonably well done if completely non-memorable slab of gloomy black metal. Valdrin do check off quite a few of those boxes - BBs, tremolos, etc. But the riffs impart a great deal of melody, the shrieks are mixed at a proper volume, and the atmosphere is both present and dissonant.
Vexes Imagine What We Could Destroy / If Only Given Time
Victory Over The Sun Nowherer
Violet Cold Empire of Love
Virginie B Insula
Vision of Disorder Imprint
Votto Quindi noi sbagliando facemmo giusto
Vredehammer Viperous
Wake Devouring Ruin
Wake Confluence
Walt McClements A Hole in the Fence
Water Nymph Heroic Pond of Love
Wayfarer A Romance with Violence
Weather Report Sweetnighter
Weston Super Maim 180​-​Degree Murder
Wharflurch Psychedelic Realms ov Hell
Willzyx I Don't Feel Anything
Winterfylleth The Reckoning Dawn
The Reckoning Dawn is atmospheric and pretty, yet it rarely backs off from heavy riffage, powerful shrieks, and the requisite BBs. Checking out the rest of Winterfylleth's discog reveals their latest release is pretty much par for the course for one of the more prominent bands in the English BM scene. That's not to say this record is trite - far from it, as the passages are lush and packed with plenty of interesting lyrical twists and melodies to engage the listener. Halfway through May I'd say it's my album of the month, despite the lack of experimentation on the part of the artist. Title track is a beast.
Wo Fat The Singularity
Worn Human Work
WOWOD Yarost’ I Proshchenie
yaya bey The Things I Can't Take With Me
Yearning (CAN) MMXXII
Yellow Ostrich Soft
Yeule Glitch Princess
Yngwie Malmsteen Odyssey
Yngwie Malmsteen Rising Force
Yo La Tengo Autumn Sweater
Yon order of violence
Young Mountain Lost Tree
everybody say 3.5 keep it going. solid skramzz but idk if it's worth many revisits
Young Pilgrims We're Young Pilgrims
Youth Lagoon Heaven Is a Junkyard
Yukihiro Takahashi Neuromantic
Yung Ongoing Dispute
Yvette Young Acoustics EP 2
Yvette Young Piano EP
Some gorgeous mathematic wankery on the piano. Yvette Young flexes her non-guitar proficiency in a pretty outstanding way; one wonders if technical showboating comes at the expense of tight composition, but nonetheless this is a gorgeous listen on the whole.
Zeal and Ardor Stranger Fruit
Zeta (VEN) Todo Bailarlo
Zhmach Euphoria Never Leaves
Zmar Zmar

3.0 good
'68 Yes, and...
A-Tota-So Lights Out
Abiotic Ikigai
Abnormality Mechanisms of Omniscience
AC/DC Highway To Hell
AC/DC Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
AC/DC Back In Black
AC/DC High Voltage
AC/DC T.N.T.
Acausal Intrusion Nulitas
Acrimony Tumuli Shroomaroom
Adios Cometa La Isla Que Somos
Aenigmatum Deconsecrate
Aeternam Al Qassam
After Altamont An Animal Orchestra Remixed
Akshara Absolution
Alchemy of Flesh Ageless Abominations
Alexander Hawkins Mirror Canon Break A Vase
Alexisonfire Otherness
Alice Phoebe Lou Shelter
Alicia Clara Outsider/Unusual
Aloa Input Devil's Diamond Memory Collection
Amorphis Queen of Time
Animal Collective Time Skiffs
Animals As Leaders Weightless
As much of an AAL stan as I was for many years, I can't heap praise onto the all-important sophomore effort the 'group' launched way back when. Weightless is even more of an exercise in Tosin's individuality as a performer than the excellent self-titled debut as he is the only member to demonstrate any sort of vitality - and even that might be overstatement. Besides an uninspired, half-digital rhythm section, Tosin's leads are occasionally gorgeous but mostly soulless. We're fortunate that AAL picked it up with their next release.
Animals As Leaders Parrhesia
The reactionary grown-up ex-Djentist in me wants to take a big giant crap all over this but it's actually..better than expected. The record does bog and the wank is obscene, but the tunes are nice and there's way more ear candy than on their last record. Plus, Red Miso is one of their best tracks in ages.
Another Sky Music For Winter Vol. 1
Antre Dark Spectrum
Arch Echo You Won't Believe What Happens Next!
Arch Echo are pure fun. Unpretentious, lovely hooks and rhythms, some surprisingly heavy riffage playing off carnival synths. This record doesn't quite live up to their debut album, but it has plenty to offer.
Arktida Не Стоит Слёз
Arlo Parks My Soft Machine
Arminda K It's Nearly Night Time
Aronious Perspicacity
Aronious flex a little too hard with this one. It's one thing to pack your album to the brim with technically accomplished riffage in the name of prog tech death; it's another to straight up overwhelm the listener with riffs on track after track. Far too often do Aronious leave the listener in the dust on Perspicacity, which is a darn shame as there is a lot of good stuff lurking below the surface here. Aronious should have cut the record in 1/2, saved some ideas for later, and polished what's left. They do have the tools to create an astonishingly brilliant tech death record, they just need to exercise restraint to get there.
Ars Magna Umbrae Throne Between Worlds
Arya For Ever
There are flashes of promise from Arya's Oct. 2020 release. The production is generally spotless, the clean vocals are wide-ranging and mostly powerful, and the instrumentals, when firing on all cylinders, are complex and well-executed. Sadly, though, this record falls short of its grand ambitions. Long, uninteresting ambient sections serve as bridges between tracks that try earnestly to stand on their own as prog metal opuses - Arya look to achieve some sort of Ephel Duath-experimental brilliance, but their meandering compositions look disingenuously haphazard. The variation across tracks is calculated, yes, but not cohesive and not part of a broader story. Overall, For Ever shows a high degree of promise, but Arya could benefit from more time at the drawing board. Oh, and the male harshes suck.
As I Lay Dying Frail Words Collapse
As I Lay Dying Shadows Are Security
ASIDEFROMADAY Manufactured Landscape
Athletic Progression Athletic Progression
Atlases Woe Portrait
Auragraph Opacity Field
Avenged Sevenfold Sounding the Seventh Trumpet
Not the worst album a young A7X could put out by any means, but a pretty forgettable slice of early 2000s hard/metalcore. If Syn featured on more than just the opener, this album could have been a little bit better or a lot worse, depending on how much Zacky V got him under control. Regardless, the Rev is the highlight of this album, for better or for worse.
Babehoven Sunk
Badlands (SWE) Djinn
Baroness Yellow and Green
Baroness Gold and Grey
Barrie Barbara
Basil's Kite Shooting Tsars
Bastions Majestic Desolation
Beachwood Sparks Beachwood Deluxe
Beast Mode Pound of Flesh
Binary Code Moonsblood
Black Button I Want To Be In Control
Black Matter Device Hostile Architecture
Blumen Mangata
Bonobo Fragments
Bossk Migration
Brijean Angelo
Brood of Hatred The Golden Age
BUCK-TICK Sexual XXXXX!
Buckethead Bucketheadland
Buckethead Kaleidoscalp
Buffalo Daughter We Are the Times
Bullet for My Valentine The Poison
Bullet for My Valentine Scream Aim Fire
Bunuel Killers Like Us
C.D.M. C.D.M.
Capsule (US) Blue
I hate to say it, but the post-rock/sludgy passages permeating much of the second half of this LP really turn me off. Capsule's more active hardcore sound is pummeling and persuasively powerful. The presence of melody and even a tinge of mathcore felt in the riffage (when it actually appears) distinguish Capsule's sound from other late 2000s HC pretenders. I get that the long dissonant stretches are meant to accentuate the intensity of the HC-driven passages, but they are far more effective in turning me off as a listener. That said, there are enough rewarding spans of HC goodness to save this album.
Caustic Wound Death Posture
Celeste Morte(s) Nee(s)
Celeste Animale(s)
Celeste Infidele(s)
Celeste Legaspi Bagong Plaka Lumang Kanta Vol. 2
Chain Gang Grave We Fight Entropy/Suffer For Your Art
Chain Gang Grave Bury Them and Keep Quiet
Chet Baker Chet Baker Sings
Chet Baker Chet Baker Sings: It Could Happen to You
Children of Bodom Hatebreeder
Children of Bodom Are You Dead Yet?
City of Caterpillar Mystic Sisters
CityCop Seasons
Clever Girl No Drum And Bass in the Jazz Room
Coheed and Cambria No World for Tomorrow
Coheed and Cambria Year of the Black Rainbow
Cohol Rigen
Converge No Heroes
Converge Bloodmoon: I
Corpsegrinder Corpsegrinder
Courting Guitar Music
Covet acoustics
Crow Killer Enslaved to One
Cryptodira The Angel of History
Currents The Way It Ends
I don't like to be too precise with ratings given that my perceptions of album tend to fluctuate over time (like most people's do). This record, however, seems like it'll earn its trade in the middle 3s. The record is decently executed modern metalcore, but doesn't balance its clear strengths (harsher passages) with weaker areas (cleans). I'm not excited.
Cyanic Cyanic
Dan Nicholls Mattering and Meaning
Dance Gavin Dance Dance Gavin Dance
Dance Gavin Dance Acceptance Speech
This is probably DGD's low point for me. They're trying to cohere between Tilian's pop sensibilities and the rest of the group's PH chops, and Acceptance Speech fused the two into a bit of a malformed entity. There are certainly tracks that I quite enjoy here, but most of the record is poorly mixed, lyrically choppy, and unfocused overall. Still, the pieces are clearly there, and, luckily for us, DGD eventually figured out how to best pair Jon and Tilian and how not to mix Will out.
Dance Gavin Dance Mothership
Dance Gavin Dance Artificial Selection
Daniel Herskedal Harbour
Dark Tranquillity Moment
Dave Easley Byways of the Moon
DØSSI bluebirds
Dead Soma Faces Which No Mask Could Ever Conceal
Decoherence Unitarity
Demon Hunter Summer of Darkness
Descend The Deviant
Scoot and Evngelancer's soundoffs characterize this album perfectly, though I must further emphasize how derivative this album sounds. It's certainly performed well, produced well, and packaged well. The rhythmic pacing, the soaring vocals, the extended chord stays, the underlying melodies: The Deviant produce an Opeth-Akerfeldt tribute if I ever saw one. This group clearly has tons of talent and lots of love for their scene. Let's see them throw some more creativity into their next release.
Dinosaur Jr. Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not
Dionaea Grounds
Disturbed Ten Thousand Fists
Dogleg Melee
Donald Byrd Off to the races
DOWRR Into Decrepitude
DragonForce Sonic Firestorm
Drain (USA-CA) California Cursed
Drain (USA-CA) Living Proof
Drowning Pool Sinner
Drumcorps For the Living
Duhkha Duhkha
Dukla Z dálky píseň
Dylan Henner You Always Will Be
Ebonivory The Long Dream I
I was really psyched for this album. Ebonivory released a few intriguing singles over the course of a long while leading up to this record's release and my interest was more than piqued by their blend of catchy choruses and standard late 2010s prog metal tropes. This album appeared to play both to Ebonivory's strengths and my own musical tastes, but I've been let down. The transitions are rough, the new material is pretty weak, and the elongation of the singles in their album form detracts from the pure joy they communicated previously. This album's blunted impact is a darn shame, because Ebonivory had an awfully high ceiling.
Ehsan Gelsi Ephemera
Elena Korzhenevich Pure
Ellis Born Again
Despite a lack of variation in sound from track to track, Siggelkow's angelic voice saves the day. While there may not be a lot of boundary-pushing going on, the lilting vocal caresses entwining each track still make Born Again a rewarding listen. Perhaps she could have been a bit more emotive or separated more from her artistic influences, but Siggelkow's talent is on display and I have hopes she claims more of her own space on her next release.
Elvis Costello Almost Blue
Emeka Ogboh Beyond the Yellow Haze
Empyrium Über den Sternen
Endless, Nameless Living Without
Endzweck The Naked and the Dead
Entropy Created Consciousness Impressions of the Morning Star
Envy From Here To Eternity
Epica The Holographic Principle
ERRA Neon
ERRA ERRA
Evisbeats and Nagipan On Rei / Furoject A
Exek Advertise Here
Exhumation (IDSA) Eleventh Formulae
Explosions in the Sky How Strange, Innocence
Eyelashes! Venus' Flower Basket IV
Fabrizio De Andre La buona novella
Fake Fruit Fake Fruit
Fever Dolls The Phantasm at Lake Wallenpaupack
Fiddlehead Between the Richness
Fievel Is Glauque Flaming Swords
Film School We Weren't Here
Fireboy DML Laughter, Tears and Goosebumps
Flower Crown Heat
Foetus Nail
Folly and The Best of the Worst Wavebreaker 3
Fuckin Whatever Fuckin Whatever
Fugazi Repeater
Fugitive Wizard Obscuri Æternum
Fuvk twentytwenty
Gabo Bicicleta Sem Rodinha
Glass Kites Glass Kites
God's Hate God's Hate
Gojira Terra Incognita
Gonemage Handheld Demise
Graveolence Anthropomancy
Greg Puciato Child Soldier: Creator of God
Hakushi Hasegawa Bones of Dreams Attacked!
Haru Nemuri Shunka Ryougen
Hatebreed Rise of Brutality
Havana Swim Club Havana Swim Club
Helium Horse Fly Hollowed
Henry Grant Sensations
Hexis Aeternum
Homeskin Life's Wishes to Tears
Horte Maa Antaa Yön Vaientaa
Hostile Takedown Demonstration
How I Left Birds in the City
How to Be Dead Lights at the Ends of Tunnels
Hulder Godslastering: Hymns of a Forlorn Peasantry
Human Impact EP01
Humanity's Last Breath Välde
Hungry Lights Heavy Is The Crown
ichika She Waits Patiently
Imperialist Zenith
Incubus (USA-CA) Enjoy Incubus
Infant Island Obsidian Wreath
Inferno (CZ) PARADEIGMA (Phosphenes of Aphotic Eternity)
Inoculation Celestial Putridity
Inter Arma Sky Burial
Intronaut Fluid Existential Inversions
Iwrestledabearonce Hail Mary
Jade Bird Different Kinds of Light
Japan Tin Drum
Jeff Tobias Recurring Dream
Jivebomb Primitive Desires
Job for a Cowboy Ruination
Job for a Cowboy Demonocracy
Jockstrap I Love You Jennifer B
KAMA Kollektiv Toivo
Kamasi Washington The Choice
Karkara Nowhere Land
Kehlvin Holistic Dreams
Keygen Church ░ ▒ ▓ █
Khemmis Deceiver
King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard K.G.
Kississippi Mood Ring
Korn Life Is Peachy
Kosmodemonic Liminal Light
Krallice Demonic Wealth
La Quiete Tenpeun 01.05
LAPP Selvacava
Laura Stevenson Laura Stevenson
Linkin Park Meteora
Lip Talk Laughing and Eating Cake
Lisel Angels on the Slope
Lisel Patterns For Auto​-​Tuned Voices And Delay
Liturgy Origin of the Alimonies
LLNN Unmaker
Mammoth Deviations
Marasmus Necrotic Overlord
Maria BC Devil's Rain
Marilyn Manson The Golden Age of Grotesque
Mark Freedman One Man Posse
Maroon 5 It Won't Be Soon Before Long
Master Boot Record C:\>DEFRAG
Megadeth Endgame
Merda Mundi Hatred
A calming and soothing mix of lullabies perfect for a kindergartner's ear.
Metal Mike Ted Nugent Is Not My Dad
Toothless, medium tempo, and shivering cold in the shadow of the Ramones. That said, there are some fine riffs on this early 90s punk EP. Mr. Loser's drum tone is mighty ace, Julia Allstatt's bass is plenty audible, and Metal Mike himself croons like an undead Ian Curtis when at his best. So yeah, it's a mixed bag.
Metallica Master of Puppets
I can't say much that hasn't been said by others in the camp of "Extremely Overrated Metallica record." From a standpoint of sheer influence, this album would deserve a higher rating; unfortunately, the musical appeal of Master of Puppets wears away pretty quickly. Aside from Battery, which remains one of my favorite Metallica cuts, I find a lot of this record not gripping nor all that innovative. The title track is extremely overblown IMO, and there aren't many highlights from the tracks I haven't named (except, perhaps, Orion).
Michael Peter Olsen Yearning Flow
Midlake For the Sake Of Bethel Woods
Miles Davis Star People
Mirror (CYP) The Day Bastards Leaders Die
Misery Signals Ultraviolet
Unfortunately, this is contemporary Misery Signals. Monotonous vocals and uninspired fretwork cannot compensate for a stellar rhythm section and occasional spots of emotional outpouring. Misery Signals are at their best when they inject their music with feeling, and much of this record feels phoned in.
Mitski Laurel Hell
Modern Rites Monuments
Molested Divinity Unearthing The Void
Mono My Story, The Buraku Story (An Original Soundtrack
Montagne Black Waterfall
Moon Tooth Chromaparagon
MouthBreather (USA-MA) I'm Sorry Mr. Salesman
This had massive potential, but without Kurt Ballou in the studio I think these guys were far too loosey-goosey on this effort. Short tracks feel like unrealized ideas that didn't sit all the way; pinch harmonics and guitar tones are mixture of Car Bomb ripoffs and gratuitous nu metal callbacks. There's some good fun on this album but what with the release drama and inevitably too-high expectations this LP is a disappointment.
Mudvayne L.D. 50
My Lonely Sea Havoc
Mystic Priestess Mystic Priestess
N.I.N.A. (BRA) PELE
Neon Empire Distorted Reality
Netherbird Arete
netra Sørbyen
Nils Wulker Go
Nordjevel Fenriir
nouns While of Unsound Mind
Nyu. Flux
Odalie Derrière l'Écran
Old Nick Witch Lymph
Olec Mun Vögel
Olivia Kaplan Tonight Turns to Nothing
Olivia Rodrigo Guts
Olivier Messiaen Les Offrandes oubliées
Omegavortex Black Abomination Spawn
Operentzia Tribalkan
Osaki Seiichi The Tale Of A Long Forgotten Sunken City
Oscar Lang Chew the Scenery
Ox en Mayo Alto Mot, the Valuator, Incredible God
Ozzy Osbourne No More Tears
Paralydium Worlds Beyond
Paranoid Void Travels In My Universe
Paul Jacobs (CAN) Pink Dogs on the Green Grass
PDP III Pilled Up on a Couple of Doves
Penelope Trappes Penelope Three
perfect blue a week of fires
perfect blue digging a hole into hell
Periphery Periphery III: Select Difficulty
Philip Glass Itaipú; The Canyon
Pier Piras A Wizard's Perspective
Pink I'm Not Dead
Pink M!ssundaztood
Plini Sweet Nothings
Polyphia Inspire
Polyphia Muse
Polyphia Remember That You Will Die
Portico Quartet We Welcome Tomorrow
Pupil Slicer Blossom
Purplefox Town Who Is Malkallam?
Pyramaze Epitaph
Quadraphonnes + Andrew Durkin Five-Pointed Star
Queens of the Stone Age Era Vulgaris
Rafael Anton Irisarri Agitas Al Sol
Raw Grip Kaleidoscope
Red Hot Chili Peppers Stadium Arcadium
Replicant Malignant Reality
Roamer Lost Bees
Robohands Shapes
Rolo Tomassi Hysterics
Rooftops A Forest Of Polarity
Rx Bandits Progress
Rx Bandits Halfway Between Here and There
SCHKAF Часть II
Scott Hamilton The Right Time
Senyawa Alkisah
Sevendust Seasons
Shanique Marie Gigis' House
Shell of a Shell Away Team
Shibusashirazu Shibuzen
Shrinkwrap Killers Parents + FBI = Cahoots
Siderean Lost on Void's Horizon
Sithu Aye Senpai III
Ska-P Que Corra La Voz
Ska-P El Vals Del Obrero
Ska-P Lágrimas y Gozos
I bumped this quite a bit back in high school, partially out of my nearly blind devotion to ska at
the time and partially to flex on my compatriots who couldn't speak Spanish. The album is front-
loaded with some absolute bangers, and if the whole album were like the first five tracks I'd
probably still listen to Lagrimas y Gozos even though I've outgrown my ska phase. Unfortunately,
there's a steep decline in quality once La Colmena crashes to an end, and no matter how great
Crimen Sollicitationis or El Libertador are I can't excuse the inconsistency in quality.
Ska-P 99%
Ska-P Incontrolable
Sleep Moscow Of the Sun
Slipknot Slipknot
Slipknot Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses
Slipknot Iowa
Slipknot We Are Not Your Kind
slowthai UGLY
Smoothboi Ezra Stuck
Snarky Puppy Ground UP
Solitary Vice No One Asks for Anyone
Solstafir Endless Twilight of Codependent Love
Sordid Pink Sordid Pink
Space360 Daily Rituals
Spoon Memory Dust
Spud Cannon Good Kids Make Bad Apples
Static-X Shadow Zone
Steel Toe Steel Toe
Stella (GR) Up and Away
Stepping Stone Escape From the Junkyard
Stimulator Jones La Mano
Stone Sour Stone Sour
Stortregn Evocation of Light
Strawberry Girls Tasmanian Glow
Struggling Harsh Immortals 4 Death
Suicidal Tendencies Freedumb
Suicide Suicide
Summoning Let Mortal Heroes Sing Your Fame
Sunami Sunami EP
Sunstrife SOL
Surmoi Bipolarität
Swamp Witch Dead Rituals
Sylosis Dormant Heart
System of a Down Hypnotize
System of a Down Protect The Land/Genocidal Humanoidz
Taiko Super Kicks Nami
Talk Talk It's My Life
Tenacious D The Pick of Destiny
Terminalist The Great Acceleration
Terror Trapped In A World
TesseracT One
TesseracT Polaris
Thantifaxath Hive Mind Narcosis
Thanya Iyer rest
The Algorithm Data Renaissance
The Circle Metamorphosis
The Devil Wears Prada With Roots Above and Branches Below
The God Awful Truth Memory Palace
The Killers Hot Fuss
The Lucid Dream The Deep End
The Monolith Deathcult V3 - Vernedering: Connect the Goddamn Dots
The Motion Mosaic Samsara
The Reds, Pinks and Purples Build Love
The Reds, Pinks and Purples Dull Panic & Sunday Gloom
The Residents Not Available
The Secret Disintoxication
The Sick Boy Method For Karyn
Thirdface Do It With A Smile
Thirty Seconds to Mars A Beautiful Lie
Thy Catafalque Alföld
Tobacco Maniac Meat
Toby Driver In the L..L..Library Loft
toe Songs, Ideas We Forgot
Tom Sochas You could hear the bird sing
Tom Waits The Heart of Saturday Night
Tricot Repeat
Tricot craft a typically pretty EP with their signature vocal harmonies but skimp on the instrumental heft that makes their other records great. The songs are easy listens, but I miss the virtuosity that defined their previous releases.
Trivium Ascendancy
Trivium Shogun
Trivium In Waves
Trivium The Sin and the Sentence
Trophy Hunt Katabasis
Ulver Kveldssanger
Under Old Trees Kelo
under.his.eye under.his.eye
Ushangvagush Mntu
Various Artists (Electronic) Doom Mix, Vol. V
Vasudeva Generator
Venetian Snares Infolepsy E.P.
Vincent Vallires Toute beauté n'est pas perdue
Vous Autres Sel de Pierre
Weald and Woe The Fate of Kings and Men
Whimsical Melt
Wide Eyes Oneironaut
I'm oneiroNOT happy with how much the teenager inside me is having a field day with this. The tones are gorgeous and the sheer volume of ear candy on display is staggering. However, gratuitous wankery has a ceiling, and Wide Eyes brush way too hard against this ceiling on this record and it can only be recognized as such. Less is so often more it hurts
Without Waves Comedian
Wolves in the Throne Room Primordial Arcana
Xerath III
Xythlia Immortality Through Quantum Suicide
Yaeji What We Drew
Yautja The Lurch
Yerin Baek Love, Yerin
Yngwie Malmsteen Trilogy
Yngwie Malmsteen Perpetual Flame
Yngwie Malmsteen 20th Century Masters
Yukihiro Takahashi Saravah!
Zella Day Where Does The Devil Hide

2.5 average
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AC/DC For Those About To Rock We Salute You
Adult Mom Driver
All That Remains Behind Silence and Solitude
All That Remains Overcome
Annie Hart Everything Pale Blue
Annihilus (US-CHI) Follow A Song from the Sky
Arcing Wires Prime
Arktida На Горизонте
My recollections of listening to Na Gorizonte > 10 years ago parallel my recollections of middle school. At the time I was fully engrossed, imagining that I was graced with the pinnacle of human experience, and all too convinced that what lay before me would define my life. When these memories surface, I feel a little silly, but it's okay to indulge your inner preteen at times. Arktida's first major release does not hold up for its combination of cliches and poor production choices, but it serves as a benchmark for my taste evolution, if nothing else.
Arlo Parks Collapsed in Sunbeams
Arrowounds The Rise and Fall of the Melting World
As I Lay Dying Awakened
Athar Aghanon Fidelitas
Au bout de mes levres Malgré la nuit
Au bout de mes levres / Yubari Gogo split
Avenged Sevenfold Waking the Fallen
Not sure if I can reconcile my own conscience with the fact that I absolutely adored this band as teenager. Returning to it these days leaves me confounded - M Shadows is a godawful vocalist, Syn is a Hammett ripoff, The Rev (RIP) is not nearly the technician I remember him being. There are definitely redeemable qualities about this album - "Second Heartbeat", to some extent "Chapter Four" - but aside from that, I'll be doing my best to absolve myself of my young sins.
Avenged Sevenfold Diamonds in the Rough
Avenged Sevenfold Nightmare
Avenged Sevenfold Diamonds in the Rough (Remastered)
Axial Conflict of Mortals
Azath Through a Warren of Shadow
Baum Sae Communication
Beecher Resention Is a Big Word in a Small Town
Flashes of promise, but the ideas sound unfinished. There's a striking resemblance to the lesser qualities of From Autumn to Ashes here - whiny, hometown oriented lyrics; muddy production; simplistic, overcooked riffage. There are some redeeming qualities though, with a strong sense of youthful energy and a few bright instrumental passages, particularly from the rhythm section. Later Beecher fixes a lot of the mistakes from this record while maintaining the good qualities of their early work.
Bellows Next of Kin
Bent Knee Frosting
Black Knife Murder Season
Boss Keloid Family the Smiling Thrush
Broken English Club White Rats III
Brother Ah Key to Nowhere
Brume (USA-CA) Donkey
BUCK-TICK Romanesque
Bxnjamin FOLKLAW
C R O W N The End of All Things
Calvin Harris 18 Months
Cara Neir Phantasmal
Catbamboo Fervor
Charli Adams Bullseye
Children of Bodom Relentless Reckless Forever
Children of Bodom Hellhounds On My Trail
Children with Dog Feet Curb Your Anarchy
CHON Woohoo!
CHON Homey
I can't say I love this album, and I can't quite say it's a complete turnoff either. I get where Chon thought they were going with this - Polyphia churned out some impressive work that mixed their trademark mathy structures with some pop and hip hop beats, and Chon wanted to cash in on the action. Unfortunately, despite being a musical evolution for the group and one chock full of summary rhythms and melodies at that, this record does not do it for me, for the most part. Songs are easy listens, but there isn't a whole lot of depth. This sounds so much like Chon's attempt to conform to where they must have imagined the prog scene was headed that it makes my head hurt.
CHON CHON
God, this was a hard rating. I was really hyped for this album, despite Chon's weak outing the last go around. I imagined their self-titled effort would become a perennial summer anthem for me; the strength of their early releases combined with continued musical growth from close buds Polyphia set my expectations sky high. Needless to say, I was pretty shocked when, even after at least a dozen playthroughs within a couple of days, I could barely list three tracks I enjoyed to a decent degree. Though Petal is perhaps one of my favorite Chon songs of all time, the rest of the album largely falls flat due to unmemorable hooks, some uninspired playing, and, most importantly, a lack of fresh ideas. Chon regressed with the self-titled. I hope my boys are okay, and that their next release proves me wrong.
City & i.o Chaos is God Neighbour
Codex of the Gods untitled
Coexistence Collateral Dimension
Coheed and Cambria The Color Before The Sun
Colbie Caillat Breakthrough
Colbie Caillat All of You
Contour Love Suite
Crushing the Scepter Echoing Screams of Madness and Delusion
Daniel Bachman Axacan
Danilo Gallo Dark Dry Tears A View Through a Slot
Deiquisitor Humanoid
Deluge Ægo Templo
Denki Groove A
Disposal Disposal
Disturbed The Sickness
Disturbed Believe
Disturbed Asylum
Doors in the Labyrinth In the Shadow of the Monolith
DragonForce Inhuman Rampage
It's a fun album with some notable highs, but DragonForce remain a band catapulted to stardom via GH3 who subsequently failed to hold the spotlight. There are plenty of other PM bands worth your time. Herman Li and Sam Totman could probably find excellent work in a different project unburdened by the legacy of TTFaF hyperspeed FCs.
Dreamwell Modern Grotesque
E. Town Concrete The Renaissance
Ed Sheeran +
Ed Sheeran x
Ed Sheeran ÷
Eminem Kamikaze
Envy Angel's Curse Whispered in the Edge of Despair
Ephemeral Echoes Ascension
Eric Chenaux Say Laura
Erick The Architect Future Proof
Fallujah Undying Light
Fax Gang Aethernet
Flea Helen Burns
Focusrights Intercontinental Split
Folamour The Journey
Fossilization He Whose Name Was Long Forgotten
Fox Strikes Breath of Air
Fragment Soul Axiom Of Choice
Funeral Parlour Funeral Parlour
Genghis Tron Dead Mountain Mouth
Goreshit watashi wa baka yaro desu
Goreshit Paranoia EP
Goreshit Blue Girl on Sunday
Goreshit my love feels all wrong. digipak
Green Carnation Leaves Of Yesteryear
Greta Van Fleet The Battle at Garden's Gate
Gwen Stefani The Sweet Escape
Haku Sungho The Farthest Creole
Heliocentric Ishmael
Helvetia Essential Aliens
Herbie Hancock My Point of View
Herbie Hancock Death Wish
Himsa Ground Breaking Ceremony
Howling Giant Alteration
Humavoid Lidless
Hungry Lights Three Gods & Me
HYLA Caravel
i-sef u-sef shaghara lemoune
In Angles Cardinal
In Chasms Deep The Wind and Her Lament
Ingested Where Only Gods May Tread
Iwrestledabearonce It's All Happening
Iwrestledabearonce Late for Nothing
Jack Harlow That's What They All Say
Jaco Pastorius and Brian Melvin Jazz Street
Jaga Jazzist Pyramid
Jakub Zytecki Nothing Lasts, Nothing's Lost
Job for a Cowboy Genesis
Jockstrap I<3UQTINVU
John Thayer Supermundane
Juan Bond Womb
Kakofonium Krucjata Dziecięca
Kaonashi Dear Lemon House, You Ruined Me: Senior Year
Kayo Dot Blue Lambency Downward
Kelly Clarkson Breakaway
Kelly Clarkson All I Ever Wanted
Kesha Gag Order
KOAN Sound Forgotten Myths
Lamb of God New American Gospel
Lau (UK) Believer
Les Chants de Nihil Le Tyran Et L'esthète
Light Field Reverie Another World
Limina Hidden Spaces
Linkin Park Minutes to Midnight
Linkin Park A Thousand Suns
Mabe Fratti Será que ahora podremos entendernos
Maroon 5 Hands All Over
Matchess Sonescent
Mathieu Fiset RoboJazz
Maxime Denuc Nachthorn
Megadeth Th1rt3en
Metallica Load
Metallica Death Magnetic
This is definitely, definitely better than any album Metallica has released since the self titled, and I will stand and die on that statement. Of course, this isn't saying a whole lot, but props to Metallica for trying yet again.
Metallica Hardwired...To Self-Destruct
I mean, it was a hell of a lot better than it could have been. HtSD truly sounds like a vintage Metallica album, and given their track record that's rare praise. There are definitely some certified hits on this baby, and I find a hell of a lot more redeeming qualities to this than most of their work since the 90s. Still, though, it's a bloated effort straight from a money machine. There's not much fresh here, though there's a reasonable quantity of energy for a group of old farts. I'm not exactly disappointed overall, really, just a bit bored.
Metallica S&M2
Metallica 72 Seasons
truly, who else deserves the 66th Annual Grammy Awards trophy for Best Metal Performance other than the boys in black?
Metaphobic Demo 2021
Methyl Ethel Are You Haunted?
Michael Cormier More Light!!!
Mike Posner The Truth
Miles Davis Decoy
Miles Davis Aura
Mndsgn Rare Pleasure
Modha Through the Cycle
Motorpsycho Lobotomizer
Mudvayne The End of All Things to Come
Mudvayne Mudvayne
Murderdolls Beyond The Valley of the Murderdolls
Muse The Resistance
Muse Drones
Mystic Storm From the Ancient Chaos
Natalie Evans Movements
Natasha Bedingfield Unwritten
Neon Hiss Volume IV
Nervosa Perpetual Chaos
Nickelback All the Right Reasons
Night Beats Outlaw R&B
Niklas Paschburg Oceanic
No Ceremony in anticipation of an ending
Nord (FRA) The Implosion of Everything that Matters
Noxantes Never Seen
Nyck Caution Anywhere But Here
Nyctophagia Terrified of Tomorrow
Ocean Alley Yellow Mellow
Okvsho Traphouse Jazz
Our Friend the Sun Let Me Out of History
Ozzy Osbourne No Rest for the Wicked
Ozzy Osbourne Ozzmosis
Ozzy Osbourne Down to Earth
Ozzy Osbourne Black Rain
Ozzy Osbourne Ordinary Man
Paranorm Empyrean
Paysage d'Hiver Im Wald
Okay folks, I must draw the line here. There are some superb, beautiful, positively chilling moments on this record. Pd'H excel at their craft - there's no doubt they can whisk the listener to an Arctic place filled with shimmering dark chords and ambience. But like...it's two hours. And they play approximately 3 notes per song.
Phantasmagore Insurrection or Submission
Pink Try This
Pink Funhouse
Plasmodium Towers of Silence
Plum Green Somnambulistic
Polly Fae Earthlight
Polyphia Resurrect
Possession1981 Somnambulism
Profane Desecration Abysmal Stillness
Psychostick Sandwich
Rannoch Reflections Upon Darkness
Red Ribbon Planet X
Revenant Marquis Youth In Ribbons
ria Mono No Aware
Rusty Cooley Rusty Cooley
Rx Bandits Those Damn Bandits
Sarcasm (UK) Creeping Life
Scree Jasmine on a Night in July
Scribble Selected Works 1983–86
Sentinel (USA-NY) Sense Of Dread
Septage Septisk Eradikasyon
Sequelae Systemic Epilepsis
Ska-P Planeta Eskoria
Slipknot All Hope Is Gone
Slipknot .5: The Gray Chapter
SOiL Redefine
SOUL GLO DisNigga Vol. 1
Sour Widows Crossing Over
Still Corners The Last Exit
Stygian Crown Stygian Crown
Suho Meso An Important Message to Every Man and Woman in Ame
Swamp Witch The Slithering Bog
Sylosis Monolith
Takatak Acrophase
Talk Talk The Party's Over
Tanukichan Sundays
Taulard Dans La Plaine
Tchornobog Tchornobog
Telefon Tel Aviv Map of What Is Effortless
Tenacious D Rize of the Fenix
Teresa Russell and Cocobilli The Blues is Real
Terminal Nation Holocene Extinction
Terzij de Horde Self
The Black Eyed Peas Elephunk
The Black Eyed Peas Monkey Business
The Killers Sam's Town
The Killers Day & Age
The Prodigy Invaders Must Die
The Reds, Pinks and Purples Inner Richmond
The Sound That Ends Creation Memes, Dreams, And Flying Machines
They Hate Change Wish you Were Here
Thousand Foot Krutch Phenomenon
Three Knee Deep Three Knee Deep
toe That's Another Story
Tony Jay Hey There Flower
Totally Unicorn High Spirits​/​/​Low Life
Train Train
Train Drops of Jupiter
Train My Private Nation
Train AM Gold
Trivium What the Dead Men Say
Violet Cold Noir Kid
Voices An Audience of Mannequins
Water Nymph Water Nymph
Weston Super Maim The Neglected Works
Xor Xor
Yasuaki Shimizu Music for Commercials
Yngwie Malmsteen Magnum Opus
Yngwie Malmsteen High Impact
Zeal and Ardor Wake of a Nation

2.0 poor
21 Savage american dream
AC/DC The Razors Edge
Alpha Hopper Alpha Hex Index
Atreyu Lead Sails Paper Anchor
Avatar Feathers and Flesh
I've tried so hard with this one, but I just can't get past the sugary melodies, hamfisted attempts at "fun" song structures, and dearth of heaviness/strength/any real emotion from a supposedly metal band. I don't usually like to dump on artists for their work, but I cannot wrap my head around Feathers and Flesh.
Avenged Sevenfold Avenged Sevenfold
Axe (USA-CA) 1300 A.D.
Baroness/Unpersons A Grey Sigh in a Flower Husk split
Bon Jovi Have a Nice Day
Calvin Harris Motion
Carvento Felana Carvento Felana
Children of Bodom Blooddrunk
Coldplay A Head Full of Dreams
Cruel Reflections Through Motions
Danny Lubin Laden Through Our Time
DevilDriver DevilDriver
Dismembered Carnage Deranged Butchery
Disturbed Indestructible
E. Town Concrete The Second Coming
E. Town Concrete Made For War
Ed Sheeran No. 6 Collaborations Project
Ed Sheeran =
Eminem Music to Be Murdered By
Envy Breathing and Dying in this Place
Epitimia Allusion
Five Finger Death Punch American Capitalist
Flesh of Morning Here In Heaven
Foxeagle Waves on Water
Gezan かつて うた といわれたそれ
Godsmack Faceless
Gojira Fortitude
I hate this album because I am forever going to re-examine old Gojira albums ? records I trusted ? with more than a hint of suspicion. Fartitude indeed.
Greta Van Fleet Anthem of the Peaceful Army
Hali Palombo Cylinder Loops
Hallucinator (USA) Primeval Power
Hiss Golden Messenger Quietly Blowing It
Homeskin Old Smeuse
Ice Howl Erhan's Quest
Ill Nino Confession
Iwrestledabearonce Ruining It for Everybody
Jack Harlow Come Home The Kids Miss You
Karl Hector and the Malcouns Ka Rica-Tar
Laüstic La Canzone del Cefaloforo
Les Chants du Hasard Livre Troisième
Limp Bizkit Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water
Limp Bizkit Three Dollar Bill Y'all
MadnessLoveMysticism Y&E&M
Material Improvised Music New York 1981
Mesh (USA-FL) Mesh
Metallica Reload
Mike Posner 31 Minutes To Takeoff
Miles Davis Amandla
Miles Davis The Man with the Horn
Miles Davis Dingo
Miles Davis Rubberband
Mudvayne Lost and Found
Muse The 2nd Law
Muse Simulation Theory
Narval Orquesta Incentro
Natasha Bedingfield Pocketful of Sunshine
NF HOPE
Nickelback Silver Side Up
Nickelback The Long Road
Nickelback The State
Nickelback No Fixed Address
Ozzy Osbourne The Ultimate Sin
p.s.you'redead Sugar Rot
Plini birds / surfers
Powerman 5000 Transform
Radical Face Therapy
Resist and Exist Kwangju
Silicone Prairie My Life On The Silicone Prairie
Ska-P Eurosis
Skrillex Don’t Get Too Close
Sleater-Kinney Path of Wellness
Slint Tweez
Son Lux Tomorrows III
Special Interest Trust No Wave
Staind 14 Shades of Grey
Sundr Solar Ships
Swamp Witch The Slithering Bog (Remix)
TDA Ascète
The Black Eyed Peas The E.N.D. (The Energy Never Dies)
The Prodigy The Day Is My Enemy
Thousand Foot Krutch That's What People Do
Train For Me, It's You
Train Save Me San Francisco
Train One and a Half
Trivium Ember to Inferno
Trivium The Crusade
Without mentioning the big M this is certainly Trivium's worst effort. There is little of redeeming value here to this day. Trivium were confused and misguided; you can tell they have some musical talent but it's really not on display.
Vanilla Ice To the Extreme
Vulkan Technatura
Zs Music of the Modern White

1.5 very poor
AC/DC Black Ice
AJR The Maybe Man
Asking Alexandria Where Do We Go from Here?
Battles Juice B Mixed
Calvin Harris Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 2
Coi Leray Trendsetter
Coldplay Music of the Spheres
Disturbed Immortalized
Eminem Revival
Five Finger Death Punch War Is The Answer
I rate this album poorly because 5FDP lose their souls on this album. Corporate chameleons with a hard-rock, pseudo-macho in-your-face plastic mask? I cannot abide by soulless music; at least A7X and Trivium made stuff that sounded good occasionally!
Go 4 It Freestyle Guitar Solos Volume 1
Green Day Father of All Motherfuckers
Imagine Dragons Smoke + Mirrors
Imagine Dragons ƎVOLVE
Imagine Dragons Mercury - Act 1
Imagine Dragons Mercury - Acts 1 & 2
Jack Harlow Jackman
Jason Aldean Macon
Koldovstvo Ни царя, ни бога
Machine Gun Kelly bloom
Machine Gun Kelly Tickets to My Downfall
Megadeth Super Collider
Menchaca Burn the Edges
Metallica St. Anger
Miles Davis You're Under Arrest
Miles Davis Doo Bop
Mudvayne The New Game
As a younger fellow I transitioned directly from Mudvayne's self-titled to the New Game. Suffice to say I haven't listened to Mudvayne since. A tragedy!
Music Research Strategies Eleven Postures
Nickelback Curb
Nickelback Dark Horse
Nickelback Here and Now
Nicki Minaj Pink Friday 2
Oliver Tree Cowboy Tears
OneRepublic Human
Ornette Coleman New Vocabulary
Puddle of Mudd Ubiquitous
Shania Twain Queen Of Me
The Smashing Pumpkins ATUM: Act III
Train California 37
Train Bulletproof Picasso

1.0 awful
brokeNCYDE The Broken
brokeNCYDE I'm Not a Fan, but the Kids Like It!
brokeNCYDE Will Never Die
Coi Leray Coi
Disturbed Evolution
Greta Van Fleet Starcatcher
Imagine Dragons Origins
Jason Aldean Georgia
Jason Aldean Highway Desperado
Lil Dicky Penith
Machine Gun Kelly Mainstream Sellout
Macklemore Ben
Maroon 5 Overexposed
Maroon 5 V
Maroon 5 Red Pill Blues
Maroon 5 Jordi
Suicide Silence Suicide Silence
Train Christmas in Tahoe
Train A Girl A Bottle A Boat
Train I Am
Van Morrison Latest Record Project, Volume I
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