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5.0 classic
Alice in Chains Dirt
Between the Buried and Me Coma Ecliptic
If anyone would have told me that BTBAM would create an album more progressive than metal and I would like it I would have told them no way would it be listenable. A lot of people will hate this album and say it is unlistenable. Here we are though and that is what they have done and it is a masterpiece. This album is so fleshed out with influences it's hard to comprehend how it all works but it does. From Pink Floyd, to Cynic, and even Tool you can hear all of it in this album but it still sounds original. Shame a lot of people are going to hate this album and miss out on a great album because this is extremely different from their previous work. Damn, if you like prog metal this will knock your socks off.
Buried Inside Spoils Of Failure
All I can say is wow! This is so earth-shattering heavy it's almost hard to believe. While most consider Chronoclast to be BI's magnum opus, I would argue this is far better. While Chronoclast is pretty much straight forward and in your face, this album moves and churns as if through a river of sludge. The only albums I can truly compare this to are the early albums from Cult of Luna, The Ocean, and maybe Admiral Angry/Black Sheep Wall but even saying that doesn't give this album justice. The only negative here is the album length. Almost an hour of being screamed at and being pummeled into oblivion is almost too much for most people, even hardened metal fans. Even worse, sometimes the album can feel longer than that due to the slow sludginess of this music. However, if you can listen to this in pieces and can stand the heaviness, this is definitely a sludge masterpiece.
Death The Sound of Perseverance
Deftones White Pony
Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP
Enslaved Axioma Ethica Odini
The first black metal record I truly loved. Brutal black metall mixed with 70s prog rock done beautifully
Giant Squid The Ichthyologist
Hands (US-ND) Give Me Rest
I was not expected to blown away by this as much as I was. This record is truly amazing. How the sputnik community has not heard this is truly beyond me. This sounds very similar to The Amia Venera Landscape vocal wise and Trenches sound wise. Everyone likes both of those band's albums. Why not this one?!?!
ISIS Oceanic
This is imo much better than Panoptican. Not saying that Panoptican isn't a classic in its own right, its just that Oceanic is better. Oceanic mixes the perfect balance between ambient and heavy. Every song on here is excellent with Carry, From Sinking, and Hym being the standout tracks. The vocals leave a little bit to be desired but the musicianship more than makes up for it. This is definitely Isis at their best.
Jeff Buckley Grace
Not even done listening to this and I am floored by how awesome this is! The soulfulness that this record excretes is beyond explanation. This is hands down one of the most of pleasant listening experiences I have ever felt. If any record could ever be described as pure heavenly goodness this it,
Jimmy Eat World Bleed American
Killer Mike R.A.P. Music
All I can say is wow! If Kanye's My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy was a fresh of breath air to hip-hop then has to be a genre-changing album. This album is like pays homage to old school hip-hop with it's gritty stories and intellectual lyrics. As a black man, this album spoke to me like no other rap album has in years. That alone makes this worthy of a 5
Mastodon Leviathan
Mastodon Crack the Skye
Megadeth Rust in Peace
Metallica Master of Puppets
Metallica Ride the Lightning
Motorhead Ace of Spades
Never felt this bad after hearing about the death of a legend. I know Scott Weiland just passed away a few weeks ago but we all knew that was going to happen sooner or later. Lemmy though was 70 and still living like he was in his early 20s. May he be an inspiration to all of us who enjoy drinking like we don't need a liver. R.I.P hard man. You will definitely be missed. R.I.P Lemmy and R.I.P Motorhead. Hard rock and metal won't be the same without you.
Mouth Of The Architect The Violence Beneath
Easily some of the best post-metal songs ever put together. Too bad they didn't do a whole album of similar songs.
Neurosis A Sun That Never Sets
Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the Moon
Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here
Queens of the Stone Age Songs for the Deaf
Rosetta The Galilean Satellites
This was probably the first post-metal album that I have ever listened to and loved form the first listen. While listening to this I actually felt like I was traveling through space with the astronaut and could feel his descent into madness once he got to Europa and realized he was alone. I would write more but my words will not give this album the justice it deserves. An awesome record. One of the best post-metal albums I have ever heard.
The Ocean Fluxion
Better than Precambrian in my opinion. Might need to listen to Precambrian more to make sure but as of right now, Fluxion is better hands down. Fluxion is more progressive than Precambrian without sacrificing any of the heaviness. The Human Stain, Isla Del Sol, and The Greatest Bane are some of the heaviest, proggy songs the Ocean has ever made. Nazca and Fluxion are also great instrumentals, especially considering the Ocean hasn't made any good instrumentals since. All in all, I think this is the Ocean's best album.
Tool Lateralus
Tool Ænima
We Lost the Sea The Quietest Place on Earth
The best post metal album of 2012. This album is epic in every
sense of the word. A modern day post metal classic in the
vein as panopticon

4.5 superb
*shels Plains Of The Purple Buffalo
This is simply amazing. Usually post rock/post metal can get pretty boring with too many bands within said genres who do nothing to differentiate themselves from one another. However, this album stands out. Soaring, epic, crushing, and emotional are just some of the words to best describe what you feel when you listen to this. By the time the album closes, you will really feel like you traveled to the plains of the purple buffaloes, witnessed it in all it's glory, and then returned.
Abraham The Serpent, the Prophet and the Whore
If your into ISIS, Neurosis, The Ocean and Cult Of Luna then get ready to add Abraham to your must have Sludge/Post-Metal bands. The guys have really excelled themselves here. They have written a blistering album that should set them amongst the leaders of the new breed of Sludge/Post-Metal artists. This record is not an easy listen by any means but for those who choose to give this record a try, they will surely be rewarded.
AC/DC Live at Donington
Alice in Chains Jar of Flies
Alice in Chains MTV Unplugged
Alter Bridge Fortress
Thought this album was overrated initially. Then I listened to it. All I can think now is Fortress is probably the Metallic/Hard Rock AOTY
Amenra Mass IIII
Amenra Mass III
I've slept on these guys far too long. This album is everything a Neurosis album should sound like post Silver in Blood.
Amenra Mass V
Best post-metal album released this year and a contender for album of the year IMO. As epic as this record is, I can't help but feel disappointment considering that Amenra is on Neurot records and this album is WAY BETTER than Honor Found in Decay.
Amia Venera Landscape The Long Procession
One of the most brutal, heaviest metal albums I have ever heard. Marasm is a beast of a track and a great instrumental. This album would be a five it wasn't for Ascending and Glances Part I. However, those misses don't really do too much to take away from this incredible album. Can't wait to hear more music from them in the future.
Bad Religion Suffer
Baroness First & Second
NOW I understand why everybody hates Yellow & Green.
Batushka Litourgiya
Easily has my vote for BM album of the year. Perfect mix of chanting, screaming, and BM heaviness.
Between the Buried and Me Alaska
Between the Buried and Me Colors
It's almost comical how much I used to despise this band. After giving Colors a real good listen I still feel that they are pretentious, have too much wankery going on in this album, and the vocals lack emotion. Despite that BTBAM still seem to make everything work to make truly great album.
Between the Buried and Me Colors_Live
Bison Dark Ages
Wow.... Can't believe how awesome this album is!! I happened to read about them and decided to download the album for the heck of it and boy was I blown away! Was a little unnerved by the fact that the name is a blatant ripoff of Mastodon but decided to listen anyway. Yes, this band is the bastard child of a Mastodon, Baroness, High on Fire orgy, but they take all the best elements from those bands to make excellent Metal. There isn't anything original here but they happen to do sludge/stoner metal better than most (Black Tusk, Howl). Stressed Elephant, Melody, This is for You, and Two-Day Booze are the standout tracks. If you like the bands that influenced Bison B.C., you'll love this.
Blindead Affliction XXIX II MCMXCVI
This would be a five if the music wasn't so damn creepy! Album is good and all but this is not something you would want to listen to alone in the dark... That being said, the music is very atmospheric and heavy with both parts being balanced out nicely.
Botch We Are the Romans
Buried Inside Chronoclast
Caligula's Horse The Tide, the Thief and River's End
Peaceful, serene, heavy. All these words come to mind when trying to describe this album yet they really don't do it any justice. If you like Progressive metal in the vein of Tool you'll definitely like this. Just listen to this and you'll see why it's hard to describe.
Cloudkicker Subsume
Maybe I'm rating this a little too high because I've only listened to one cloudkicker LP/EP since Beacons but damn this is good!! Thank you Mr. Sharp for providing me something to listen to in the last few months of 2013
Coheed and Cambria The Afterman: Descension
Cult of Luna The Beyond
Wow! Talk about being pummeled into submission! This is one of the heaviest post-metal albums I have ever heard. The album is so heavy that you kind of have to mentally prepare yourself before you listen to it. And you can't listen to it on everyday because of how dark the lyrics are. Standouts include Receiver, Genesis, & Leash. The only thing that keeps this album from being a 5 are the vocals which sound like are sometimes drowned out by the instruments and the album being so long. However, if you can get past the vocals being unaduible at times and the music being unrelentingly heavy, this is post-metal at its best. Not for the weak at heart, this is a metal man's album.
Cult of Luna Salvation
Didn't really expect this album to be as good as it is. Heavier than Isis but not as experimental as Neurosis. Would be the perfect Metal album if it wasn't for Crossing Over.
Cult of Luna Somewhere Along the Highway
This album is still growing on me. While I have been listening to this album for a few months now I still feel like their is still more to this album I am missing. Right now I think it is a 4.2 but I see that changing to a 4.5 as I continue to listen to it. While I don't think this album is better than Salvation due to "Thirtyfour" and "Dim" lacking enough vocals, "And With Her Came The Birds" more than makes up for those two tracks by being one of the creepiest and haunting songs I have ever heard. Overall a great listen that you won't get tired of listening to.
Cult of Luna Fire Was Born
Cult of Luna Years in a Day
David Bowie Blackstar
Wish I would have gotten into his music much sooner. R.I.P, you will be missed.
Deftones Koi No Yokan
I used to love the Deftones but thanks to the user's and staff's excessive dick sucking of the Deftones, I really started to hate this band. Because of that I almost missed out on one of the best albums of 2012. While I don't salivate over this album like most sputnikers, I now understand why they do.
Elder (USA-MA) Dead Roots Stirring
Enslaved Isa
Enslaved Vertebrae
Everything in Slow Motion Red
E.I.S.M has the same vocalist as Hands and sounds exactly like Hands given that the songs are very atmospheric, prod along, and then become extremely heavy. Lyrics deal with faith and Christianity so if that's not your thing stay far away. Damn good EP for only two songs.
Everything in Slow Motion Phoenix
Great debut album from this Christian metal/hardcore band. The lyrics are phenomenal in portraying dealing with life's troubles. Glad the lead singer from Hands decided to continue his vision of music after Hands disbanded.
Falls of Rauros Vigilance Perennial
Absolutely love this album. Probably the best black metal album I've heard this year beside's Fen's Winter. Brutal yet serene. Will have to check out their back catalogue.
Giant Squid Cenotes
Great EP. Glad Giant Squid decided to make this record heavy. Hopefully they can continue to evolve this heavier sound on their next full length album. You can really hear the Black Sabbath and Neurosis influences on this one, even more so than on Metridium Fields. My only complaint with this is I wish it was longer. With that being said every track on this record is really good. Any fan of Giant Squid will love this.
Godspeed You! Black Emperor 'Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend!
This is the first GYBE album I have listened to and now I understand what all the hype is about. This is epic in every sense of the word.
Gojira From Mars to Sirius
I've heard a lot of negative things about this record. I've heard that it's long, it can be boring, and the music is repetitive. After listening to this record and giving it time to sink in, I can understand why someone would think this would be boring. But, at the same time I would only think that only an impatient listener would consider this boring. This concept album, is too interesting once you understand the story to ever be called boring. The record can be long but only if you are not used to listening to bludgeoning metal or if you aren't interested in the lyrics. Can the music be repetitive? Only if you are half listening to the music. The drumming may be a little bit repetitive at times but not one song on this album sounds the same as the next. This album is a great album but you have to give it time to sink in. It's probably not going to come to you immediately and will require multiple listens. However, once it does finally sink in, this is one of those albums that will reward your ears for doing so.
Gospel The Moon Is a Dead World
High on Fire De Vermis Mysteriis
I prematurely rated this a 4.5 after only listening to it once. After a few more listens, this is still worth a 4.5. This blows most of their other stuff out of the water. Not saying that their older music is bad, this is just so much better. Just about every song on here is good in comparison to Death is This Communion and Snakes for the Divine which had a few good songs and a lot of filler. I definitely recommend this for those who were disappointed by the lack of heaviness in Mastodon's The Hunter since this is very similar to an old Mastodon record. Standouts: Madness of an Architect, Romulus and Remus, and Bloody Knuckles.
Hurt Vol. II
In Mourning The Weight of Oceans
Before I begin I'll say that Celestial Tear for some reason just sticks in your head after the first listen. I'm not really a fan of death metal but this is excellent. In Mourning finds a perfect balance in mixing melodic riffs, clean vocals, progressive metal, and death growls. Every song on this album is excellent, even as you converge later in the album the songs don't get stale or boring. I would rate this a 5 but I've read many reviews on line that state that In Mourning sounds like Opeth. I've never listened to Opeth and until I do I won't know if they are a knockoff off of the metal legends or they are a band creating excellent music. Either way, I feel fine in rating this a 4.5.
In Vain (NO) Aenigma
Who would have known that a metal band could throw in a saxophone into their music and it would work. Definitely a contender for AOTY. Any fan of Opeth, Enslaved, or progressive bm/dm should listen to this.
Inter Arma The Cavern
Irreversible Ashes
Great post/progressive metal. This EP is nearly perfect (except for the weird guitar sounds). Looking forward to hearing new music from these guys in the future. Can't believe these guys are unknown in the metal community.
ISIS Panopticon
Izah Sistere
Jimmy Eat World Clarity
Johnny Hobo and the Freight Trains Love Songs For The Apocalypse
Glad an album like this wasn't around when I was a depressed, drug-addicted teenager. Might have offed myself after listening to this one too many times.
Joy Division Closer
Kanye West My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
Best rap album I have heard in a long time! This album would be a five if it wasn't for all the guest appearances. They aren't bad, they just take attention off of Kanye. The lyrics, the beats, the actual instruments in the background all help this album breathe new life into the sorry, stale genre that is rap today. Kanye might be an asshole but I could care less as long as he keeps making music like this.
King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard Polygondwanaland
Last Chance to Reason Level 2
Took a long time for me to get this album but once I did I realized how good it is. Can't wait for their next album.
letlive. Fake History
Refused to listen to this album for so long because of the vocals. Didn't realize I've slept on one of the best post-hardcore albums I've ever heard.
Metallica ...And Justice for All
Michael Jackson Thriller
Monuments (UK) The Amanuensis
This is what Periphery would sound like if they grew a pair of balls and decided to actually play metal.
Mouth Of The Architect Dawning
A lot better than I expected, and my expectations were high
Nas Stillmatic
Ne Obliviscaris Citadel
The instrumental passages on this alone make this record a must listen. Yes, everything has been improved from Portal of I but the beatifulness of the violin and the other instruments interwined really make this record.
Neurosis The Eye of Every Storm
Neurosis Through Silver in Blood
Neurosis Enemy of the Sun
Took a long time for this one to click but when it did, BOOM! Mind blown and sonically pummeled into submission. Definitely one of Neurosis' heaviest albums.
Neurosis Live at Roadburn 2007
Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York
Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York (DVD)
Norma Jean Wrongdoers
Even though I have listened to this a few times over, I'm still shocked that Norma Jean is able to maintain such ferocity and fury for the entire length of this album. Just when you think it's about to let up, it doesn't. Possible metalcore/hardcore AOTY
Obscure Sphinx Void Mother
One of the few bands with a female lead vocalist who can cover the whole vocal range from angelic singing to throat shredding shrieking. Instrumentally everybody brings their A game with all the instruments shinning in different areas throughout the album. I'm not sure what the lyrics are about but I have to imagine it has something to do with darkness and bleakness because of the of atmosphere presented. Don't let this band having a female vocalist stop you from listening to one of the best metal albums of the year.
Old Man Gloom The Ape of God II
This is easily, hands down the best post metal album of 2014 (and maybe even 2015). This album's heavness, riffs, vocals and buildups will make you rethink what you think is your favorite heavy album. For those who think I'm lying, my answer is A Hideous Nightmare Lies Upon the World.
Pink Floyd Animals
Pink Floyd The Wall
Protest the Hero Kezia
This album seems like a breath of fresh air compared to other bands that do hardcore/metal/metalcore/whatever horribly wrong (BTBAM, Converge). The lyrics are inspiring and the lead singer actually has good clean and screaming vocals. The rest of the musicianship is top notch as well. This is one of the few albums I can listen to from the first song to the last song without skipping one song. This is not my first attempt at listening to hardcore/metal/metalcore/whatever but this is the first time I've listened to it and actually loved it. Bravo PTH, Bravo!
Rivers of Nihil Where Owls Know My Name
Progressive death metal done right. Not even really a fan of death metal but this rules.
Rosetta Wake/Lift
Rosetta Quintessential Ephemera
melnadaid, you are another idiot talking shit about a band you obviously know nothing about. Look
at the averages for their albums. You really think this is a shit band? Yes their last EP and
album were hit and miss but I bet you wouldn't be able to get through any of their older albums
with the understanding of why they are rated so high. Go back and listen to music you know like
emo and hip-hop but be careful insulting a great post-metal band, a genre you know nothing about.

So Saiyeth the Living Turd
Samsara Blues Experiment Live at Rockpalast
Seven Mary Three American Standard
Classic 90s grunge album. Almost funny how back in the 90s a band could make a song about being a 26 years old porking a 16 year old and no one would say a damn thing about it. Shame on you SMT!
Slugdge Esoteric Malacology
Soundgarden Superunknown
SubRosa (US) More Constant Than The Gods
Sunpocrisy Eyegasm, Hallelujah!
Sunpocrisy utilizes all of the potential shown on their first record to create a beast of an album by changing things up a bit. Where their first album sounded like progressive death metal, this album's sound can badly be described as progressive post-metal with psychedelic vibes. If you can really get into this album it can make you feel life you are transcending the physical plain of existence into a dream like world. The contrast between heavy and calm is done almost perfectly.
Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster Exegesis
Temple of the Dog Temple of the Dog
The Great Old Ones Tekeli-Li
The Ocean Precambrian
One of the few post metal albums that says fuck the usual wankery and just kicks ass.The heavy parts of disc 1 are heavy enough to destroy a small city, while the more progressive parts of disc 2 are simply prog metal at it's best.
The Ocean Anthropocentric
I know a lot of people disagree but I thought this album was pretty damn good. Every song on the album is enjoyable which is not something that can be said about most albums that come out today. Though the lyrics of this album really piss me off, its hard to let the lyrics keep me from listening to this. "Willie Zum Utergang" is one of the best instrumentals I've heard in a long time, even though it sounds like it was written by Isis. Only complaint with this album is the lack of overall heaviness. It is heavy in spurts but after listening to "Anthropocentric" pummel you into submission with its heaviness, the rest of the heavy moments in the album are no where near as heavy.
The Ocean Phanerozoic I: Palaeozoic
Didn't like their last album but man does this slay
The Smashing Pumpkins Rotten Apples
The Strokes Is This It
Tool 10,000 Days
Tool Fear Inoculum
Considering how long it took them to make this album, this is a lot better than it has any right to be.
Trenches The Tide Will Swallow Us Whole
Truckfighters Gravity X
Truckfighters Phi
Volbeat Beyond Hell/Above Heaven
Decided to listen to this based upon BigHans review... Boy was I blown away. Every song on this album is good! The vocals are great, the drumming is great, and the riffing is great. Can't really think of anything bad to say about this album, all though the death metal vocals are comical on Evelyn, it doesn't really bring the song down. Album of the year? Maybe......
We Lost the Sea Departure Songs
Simply put, this sounds like an audio farewell to a lost friend in the mist of passing over to the
Wu-Tang Clan The W
This is one of the last rap albums that I listened to in high school before I became a metalhead. Though I wasn't a fan of Wu-Tang before this album, I became a fan after listening to it repeatedly. Some of the songs are excellent like Hollow Bones, Click Click, Chamber Music, and the emotionally powerful I Can't go to Sleep. All of the songs aren't good and some even resemble filler but this is still a good album nonetheless.

4.0 excellent
*shels Sea of the Dying Dhow
10 Years The Autumn Effect
A Storm Of Light As The Valley Of Death Becomes Us...
Very good post-metal album. Yes this sounds like a Neurosis album but where Neurosis has lost a lot of their bludgeoning heaviness A Storm of Light has picked it up
Abraham An Eye on the Universe
Remember where you were when you listened to this. Behold, the next post-metal giants are here.
Alaskan Despair, Erosion, Loss
Alice in Chains Black Gives Way to Blue
Altar of Plagues Teethed Glory and Injury
Amenra Alive
Amenra Mass VI
The clean vocals and the short length of the album might disappoint some, but if you've been keeping up with Amenra since after Mass V, this album should be no surprise. Instead of sticking with their usual balls out sludginess, Amenra deliver a less direct post-metal blow to the head with this one. This sound doesn't always work, but when it does it sounds like a soundscape for the apocalypse. Mass VI is definitely different from previous Amenra albums, but this time different is good.
Amy Winehouse Back to Black
Anathema Judgement
Anathema Alternative 4
Anciients Voice of the Void
As We Draw Mirages
August Burns Red Leveler
August Burns Red Rescue & Restore
August Burns Red Found in Far Away Places
Avenged Sevenfold Waking the Fallen
Avenged Sevenfold City of Evil
The album that turned me from a casual metal fan into a METAL fan. Not as good as some of the stuff I listen to today but still have to give credit to the album that made my musical taste what it is today.
Baroness Blue Record
Solid metal album. If every other song was not an instrumental then this could have been a great record. Still, not bad.
Baroness Yellow and Green
Beastwars The Death of All Things
Beastwars Tyranny Of Distance
Between the Buried and Me Between the Buried and Me
Between the Buried and Me The Silent Circus
Took a long time for me to digest this album but now I realize why it deserves the high ratings. Excellent mix of prog and extreme metal
Between the Buried and Me The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues
Between the Buried and Me The Parallax II: Future Sequence
Between the Buried and Me Future Sequence: Live at the Fidelitorium
Beyond Creation Earthborn Evolution
Beyond Creation Algorythm
Bison One Thousand Needles
Black Crown Initiate The Wreckage of Stars
Black Label Society Mafia
Black Monolith Passenger
On paper black post metal does not sound like it would sound good together with punk but somehow Black Monolith gets it to work. Yes this sounds almost exactly like Deafheaven but this is still a good record. If anyone wanted to find out what Deafheaven would sound like with black metal and punk elements added, this is the record for you.
blink-182 Blink-182
Breach Kollapse
Burst Lazarus Bird
Causa Sui Euporie Tide
Chevelle Wonder What's Next
Chevelle Vena Sera
Chevelle Sci-Fi Crimes
Chevelle Hats Off to the Bull
Chevelle La Gárgola
Chevelle The North Corridor
Cloudkicker Beacons
Cloudkicker Let Yourself Be Huge
Coheed and Cambria The Afterman: Ascension
Coldplay A Rush of Blood to the Head
Cult of Luna Vertikal
While not as good as Salvation or SATH or even on the same level as Amenra's Mass V, it's still a damn good post-metal album and a lot better than Honor Found in Decay.
Cult of Luna and Julie Christmas Mariner
Deafheaven Sunbather
Death Individual Thought Patterns
Deftones Saturday Night Wrist
Deftones Gore
Der Weg Einer Freiheit Finisterre
Dinosaur Jr. Farm
East of the Wall The Apologist
Elder (USA-MA) Lore
Elder (USA-MA) Reflections of a Floating World
Enslaved Ruun
Enslaved RIITIIR
Entropia (PL) Vesper
Fall of Efrafa Elil
Fen Winter
Fire In The Cave Fire In the Cave
Good heavy shit. Along the same lines of Early Mastodon, Baroness, and Isis.
Foo Fighters Wasting Light
One by One, and In Your Honor had there moments but were extremely boring and bland at other parts. Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace was a step in the right direction. This is the album most Foo Fighter fans knew they were capable of producing and had been longing for this for years. I have listened to all of the album and I can say this is the only Foo Fighters album I can listen to from start to finish without skipping a track. All I can really say is this a real good listen. There are some bad parts but so little that it doesn't take away from the good. Hopefully, they continue to make music this good in the future.
Freeway Philadelphia Freeway
Full of Hell Roots Of Earth Are Consuming My Home
Ghost Brigade Until Fear No Longer Defines Us
Gojira The Way of All Flesh
Gojira L'Enfant Sauvage
Goo Goo Dolls Gutterflower
Gorillaz Demon Days
Hark Crystalline
Hath Of Rot And Ruin
This is really pretty damn good. This is similar to Slugdge but just not as progressive. This is mainly blackened death metal mixed with a little bit of progressive metal. While this might not be that original a lot of what is done here works. This will definitely have you banging your head. I agree that this album should have been shortened a little bit but for what it's worth, it's a good listen. This band definitely has a lot of potential.
High on Fire Luminiferous
Hurt Vol. 1
Hurt Goodbye To The Machine
In Mourning Monolith
Insomnium Shadows of the Dying Sun
Inter Arma Sky Burial
Nice mix of sludge, black, post and doom metal with a nice psychedelic undertone. Album takes you on a dark journey that is not easily forgotten.
Intronaut Prehistoricisms
What an incredible metal album. There are a few misfires here and there but for the most part it rocks. Not completely original but creative enough to keep the listeners attention throughout the album. The Literal Black Cloud, Prehistoricisms, Any Port and The Reptilian Brain are stand outs, but that is not saying the other songs are not good. The Reptilian brain is soooo psychedlically good that listening to it makes you feel like your on acid.
Intronaut Valley of Smoke
This album can be summed up into one sentence: Intronaut's version of Crack the Skye.
Intronaut The Direction of Last Things
Definitely better than Habitual Levitations but I can't help but feel like I've heard this record before. Most of this album sounds like a mixture of Void, Prehistoricisms, and Valley of Smoke. While none of that is a bad thing, it would have been nice to hear something completely new from Intronaut.
ISIS Celestial
ISIS Mosquito Control
ISIS Wavering Radiant
Jerry Cantrell Degradation Trip Volumes 1 & 2
Jimmy Eat World Invented
Jimmy Eat World Integrity Blues
Johnny Truant In the Library of Horrific Events
Nothing new brought to the table here but it is a brutal and fun record. Probably one of the first really good deathcore albums to come out.
Khemmis Absolution
Solid sounding doom mixed with stoner and sludge influences that never really gets boring. Sounds like the love child of old Mastodon and new Pallbearer.
Khoma The Second Wave
The lack of harsh vocals pushes the crushing soundscapes to the forefront of the music making the band sounds like Cult of Luna "light". Nothing bad about that all. Nothing at all....
Killswitch Engage Alive or Just Breathing
Koloss End of the Chayot
Kurupt The Streetz iz a Mutha
Last Chance to Reason Level 3
I think Omaha must have had a bad bag of crack when he reviewed this. So what if LCTR decided to "mature" and change their sound a little, decided to go with almost all clean vocals, and decided to mix the guitars high in the production. This is still a good record and most people who listen to this will not even think of the album's flaws because the album's strengths far outweigh them.
Leprous Bilateral
Light Bearer Lapsus
Love Sex Machine Asexual Anger
A lot better than it's predecessor. Whereas their self-titled was layer upon layer of crushing filthy sludge, too many of the songs sounded the same and the vocal delivery was sometimes off. LSM decide to trim the fat on this one and submit a more streamlined version of sludge. While this is not as heavy as their previous record, this album is more focused, more accessible, and generally more enjoyable.
Mastodon Remission
Mastodon Blood Mountain
Mastodon Live at the Aragon
Mastodon puts on one hell of a show at the Aragon. Their muscianship is top notch and the trippy visuals help to add to the already trippy subject material of Crack the Skye. Mastodon even superbly plays some of their old material with the best being the material from Remission. Troy Sander's vocals are the standout during the performance. His vocal range has improved a lot and he still proves he can growl and belt harsh vocals with the best of them. Bill Kelliher's vocals on the Remission songs and Bran Dailor's vocals on the Crack the Skye songs are also highlights. The only low points on this DVD are Brent Hind's vocals which are atrocious in comparison to everyone else' and the fact that Mastodon barely displays any emotion when playing. Overall though, this is an excellent Live DVD. No where near as good as such classics as Nirvana's or Alice in Chain's MTV unplugged but still very good. Any fan of Mastodon should own (download) this.
Mastodon Once More 'Round the Sun
Mastodon Emperor of Sand
Megadeth United Abominations
Megadeth Endgame
Melvins Bullhead
Metallica Kill 'Em All
Metallica Death Magnetic
Michael Jackson Off the Wall
Misery Signals Absent Light
Album could be a 5 if they just extended the length of some of the songs.
Monkey3 39 Laps
Mouth Of The Architect The Ties That Blind
Mouth Of The Architect Quietly
My Sleeping Karma Tri
Ne Obliviscaris Portal of I
This could easily be a 5 if the songs weren't so fucking
long! The words "over-blown" and "pretentious" come
to mind when I think about the wankery and self
masturbating of the instruments on almost every song.
Despite the albums few negatives, the band does a
great job of making blackened, progessive death metal
worth listening to. The constant changing from clean,
to black, to death metal vocals is done beautifully.
Shorten the songs next time guys and you will have a
perfect album.
Neurosis Times of Grace
Neurosis Given to the Rising
Neurosis Fires Within Fires
Oh, Sleeper Children of Fire
Om Variations on a Theme
Om Conference of the Birds
Om Pilgrimage
OutKast Stankonia
Pallbearer Sorrow And Extinction
Pallbearer Foundations of Burden
Paradise Lost The Plague Within
Paradise Lost Medusa
Parkway Drive Atlas
This is easily the best metalcore record I have heard so far this year
Pink Floyd Meddle
Protest the Hero Fortress
Thought I was going to hate this album after I read a lot of people stating this album sucked. I can see how some people would think this album sucks. I didn't like it the first couple of times listening to it but after listening to it for a couple of months it finally clicked and I think it is great. Though not as good as Kezia, it is still a damn good album. The first four songs are easy listens, the rest of the album takes a while to grow on you.
Protest the Hero Volition
Better than Fortress but not Kezia. Reminds me why I liked PTH in the first place.
Queens of the Stone Age ...Like Clockwork
Red Hot Chili Peppers Greatest Hits
Red Hot Chili Peppers Stadium Arcadium
Rivers of Nihil Monarchy
Rosetta A Determinism of Morality
Samsara Blues Experiment Long Distance Trip
Samsara Blues Experiment Waiting For The Flood
Secret Band Secret Band
Senses Fail Renacer
I must be living in a bizarro world because in the real world Senses Fail would never become more heavier than Neurosis, Mastodon, and Intronaut....
Shrinebuilder Shrinebuilder
Silverstein Discovering the Waterfront
Silverstein This Is How the Wind Shifts
Silverstein I Am Alive In Everything I Touch
Silversun Pickups Carnavas
Soundgarden Badmotorfinger
Soundgarden A-Sides
Soundgarden King Animal
Staind 14 Shades of Grey
Stake Kosmokoma
Great album. Took me a while to really understand what was going on but once I did it made repeat listens more enjoyable. The album artwork is amazing. The artwork for each song really pulls you into the atmosphere of the album.
Stone Temple Pilots Thank You
Sully Erna Avalon
Sunpocrisy Samaroid Dioramas
Labeling this band progressive death metal does not do this band justice. While they exhibit
traits of both, this band is on another planet compared to most progressive death bands. Anyway,
this is probably the best progressive metal record of 2012.
Tesa G H O S T
Testament The Formation of Damnation
The Acacia Strain Wormwood
The Atlas Moth The Old Believer
Though this lacks stand out tracks like An Ache For the Distance, this is a more cohesive, focused, and consistent record as a whole. The emotional depth of this album is extremely deep if you take the time to pay attention to the lyrics. The subject matter of death, loss, grief, and mourning may not be new subject matter but the way The Atlas Moth express their emotions in regards to this is impressive.
The Contortionist Exoplanet
Listening to this helped me understand why everybody hates Intrinsic (Besides the obvious ripping off of Cynic).
The Contortionist Intrinsic
The Cult Love
The Mire Volume: II
The Ocean Aeolian
This is easily one of the heaviest, most crushing, most brutal post-metal albums ever. Kind of hard to really describe the sound without sounding too fanboyish, but after listening to this album, anyone can see why brutal and crushing are tossed around. This is right up there with Neurosis Through Silver in Blood, Cult of Luna The Beyond, and Isis Oceanic as far as post metal heaviness goes. This album may not have the diversity or complexity of PreCambrian but it makes up for it with its sheer aggression and its unrelenting heaviness. Other post metal bands have explored there heavy sides but few have come up with anything nearly as heavy as this record. Not every song on here is really good but the quality of The City in the Sea, Austerity, Killing the Flies, Queen of the Food-Chain, and Inertia more than make up for the shortfalls. This is definitely not for the faint of heart. Only those looking to be knocked on there ass by brutal music should listen.
The Psyke Project Apnea
The Psyke Project Guillotine
Talk about sludge metal that will punish you with pure brutality. This album is HEAVY AS BALLS and doesn't letup at all. This is for fans of Cult of Luna, early Mastodon, and Black Sheep Wall
Thrice The Artist in the Ambulance
Thrice Vheissu
Thursday Full Collapse
Times of Grace The Hymn of a Broken Man
Don't know why the staff reviewer gave this such a bad rating. A classic album this is not, especially with all of the autotune and with this sounding like a Killswitch clone record at times. However, the lyrics, vocals, and energy put forth into this album more than make up for it. This record really does sound the like the hymn of a broken man. Like someone who has experienced a lot in life and is trying to pass on good advice to others going through the same thing. If I wasn't mistaken, I would think this is Christian metal. Regardless, any fan of Killswitch or those looking for inspiration will definitely enjoy this.
Tombs Winter Hours
After listening to the Path of Totality and being utterly disappointed I didn't expect much from this album. Boy was I wrong! This album is a lot better than Path of Totality IMO. Where most of the songs on POT sound the same, the songs have a nice variety on Winter Hours. The best thing about this album is not that Tombs does a good job of sounding like a Neurosis/Isis hybrid band. The best thing is the thick wall of sound they create. You would swear that there are 5 to 6 members in this band, but three guys, just three guys make this crushing sound. The only negatives about this album are its length (a whopping 37 minutes) and the number of interludes/instrumentals. The instrumentals are not bad in themselves, its just that after being pummeled by tracks like Merrimack and Seven Stars The Angel of Death you want more. After loving this album, I think I'll give POT another listen and see if anything clicks.
Tool Undertow
Torche Meanderthal
Totem Skin Still Waters Run Deep
Truckfighters Universe
Turbid North Orogeny
Obvious Neurosis worship is obvious Neurosis worship.
Twilight Monument To Time End
Album is great but could have been even better if Aaron Turner would have did some of the vocals
Ulcerate Vermis
So fucking brutal. This is definitely the anthem of the apocalypse.
Underoath Lost in the Sound of Separation
Underoath Ø (Disambiguation)
Really didn't like this album the first time couple of times I listened to it. After the video for Paper Lung came out I decided to listen to the album again. After 4 or 5 more listens the album finally clicked. Some of the songs on here are really amazing like Who Will Guard the Guardians, In Completion, and Driftwood. However, the repetitive nature of the lyrics keep the album from being even better. But... This album has made me an Underoath fan.
Villagers of Ioannina City Age of Aquarius
Wolves at the Gate VxV
This is probably one of the best christcore records I've ever heard. If anyone likes Chrisitan metal that actually talks about Christian values and beliefs, this is the record for you.
Wolves in the Throne Room Diadem of 12 Stars
Wolves in the Throne Room Two Hunters
YOB Clearing The Path To Ascend
This is a great record that only gets better with each listen. The last track is the most epic SOTY.
YOB Our Raw Heart

3.5 great
A Perfect Circle Thirteenth Step
A Perfect Circle Mer de Noms
A Storm Of Light Nations to Flames
A lot better than I expected. This still sounds like a Neurosis record but a lot of the post-metal wankery/build up is cut out for a more chaotic sound. Those disappointed by Honor in Decay should check this out.
Admiral Angry Buster
Alice in Chains The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here
Antarktis Ildlaante
Band definitely has talent but doesn't bring anything new to post metal. What can be heard here can definitely be heard better done by a lot of post metal bands. However, despite the criticism, this is still a pretty good record. Hopefully on the next album this band's sound will evolve to something more original.
Atreyu Congregation of the Damned
Audioslave Audioslave
August Burns Red Constellations
August Burns Red Phantom Anthem
Avenged Sevenfold Nightmare
At first I was disappointed that this album was not a return to their roots. I thought this was going to be an all metal album. However, I'm happy that it is not. This is an album where you can tell that the band is grieving The Rev. Some of the songs are so emotional they almost brings tears to your eyes. It took me a couple of listens to really get into this album but it is really good. Recs include: Victim, Save Me, Fictions, Tonight the World Dies.
Baroness Red Album
Beastwars Blood Becomes Fire
Between the Buried and Me Automata I
Beyonce 4
Black Crown Initiate Song of the Crippled Bull
Black Crown Initiate Selves We Cannot Forgive
Black Sheep Wall It Begins Again
Blindead Absence
This is not as good as Affliction but it's still a damn good album nonetheless. The first half of the album is excellent but the last three songs bring down the consistency of the album. Wish this had some of the aggressiveness that made Affliction great.
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony BTNH Resurrection
Box Car Racer Box Car Racer
Breaking Benjamin We Are Not Alone
Breaking Benjamin Phobia
Breaking Benjamin Dark Before Dawn
Yes their is pretty much no musical progression from their last album, or any of their albums for that matter but damn if they aren't good at what they do. Their are some incredible songs on here and some boring ones but the good drastically outweighs the bad. If you like BB then you'll like this album. Wish I could rate this a 3.8.
Callisto Noir
Chamillionaire The Sound of Revenge
Circle Takes the Square Decompositions: Volume Number One
Cloudkicker ]]][[[
Just listened to this full album today and all I can say is Fucking Amazing. For only having three tracks I was blown away. You would never guess that only one person is making all this noise. Not saying it is a bad thing, its the opposite. All of the instruments are woven together perfectly. I can't think of anyone to compare this too because its so original. Fans of Pelican and Explosions in the Sky will probably like this.
Cloudkicker Fade
Coheed and Cambria Year of the Black Rainbow
Cold A Different Kind of Pain
Not to many people feel this record but this is a very emotional album. One of the most underrated albums to ever come out during the Nu-Metal days.
Coldplay X&Y
Cursed II
D12 Devil's Night
Deafheaven Roads to Judah
Demon Hunter True Defiance
Dr. Dre 2001
Earthrise Eras Lost
Pretty good album that brings the sludge with crushing heaviness. Album would be better if each song didn't sound the same and if the instrumentation stood out a little bit more.
Enslaved Below the Lights
Enslaved Blodhemn
Ethereal Riffian Aeonian
Fallujah The Flesh Prevails
As much as I want to rate this higher I cannot. While some of the songs on here are absolute masterpieces there are too many moments that are just plain boring. This album minus the boring parts would easily make this album a 5 but the boring parts just bring the album down too much.
Filter The Trouble With Angels
Could have been better if it not for "life stinks, woe is me" vibe of the last three songs. Still a step in the right direction after the so-so Anthems for the Damned.
Fit for an Autopsy The Great Collapse
Ghost Machine Hypersensitive
Giant Squid Metridium Fields
Goo Goo Dolls Let Love In
High on Fire Blessed Black Wings
High on Fire Death Is This Communion
High on Fire Snakes for the Divine
Hull Beyond the Lightless Sky
In Mourning Afterglow
Interpol Turn on the Bright Lights
Intronaut Null
Intronaut Habitual Levitations
Disappointing to say the least. This could have been so much better.
Iron Maiden The Final Frontier
ISIS The Red Sea
I'm marveled that this was Isis in their infancy. When most bands start off they don't sound the same 5-10 years down the road. With Isis, you can easily see glimpses of what they would come to be. There is really not too much ambiance here but when it does show up, it reminds you of Oceanic or Panopticon. The heavyness that is normally associated with Isis is here as well, even more so. The only thing that drags this album down is the atrocious vocals. Despite the vocals being bad this is definitely worth listening too. This was once described as being heavy and crushing enough to destroy a small city. Well crushing and destroying is definitely what this is.
Jay-Z The Black Album
Juicy J Blue Dream & Lean
In all of my years of listening to rap, never have I heard an hour and half album dedicated to drugs. Yes this album is way too long but it's mind boggling to try and fathom how one person can rap so much about drugs! If anyone really does as much drugs as Juicy J claims to do I would really fear for their health, lol. Anyways, anyone looking for something to listen to while getting ready to go to a club or while getting hammered, this is the record for you.
Kanye West Graduation
Khemmis Hunted
Killer Be Killed Killer Be Killed
This was a lot better than I expected. Didn't expect the different genres that each of these men bring to the table to mesh that well. Glad I was wrong.
Killswitch Engage The End of Heartache
Killswitch Engage Disarm the Descent
Just about every song on this album is good. This is easily the best KSE since TEOH. Didn't expect them to come back with an album this good after that last horrible album they released but somehow, they did.
Killswitch Engage Incarnate
At this point you either love this band or hate them. If you like them you will probably like this album even though they don't do anything different on this record other than Jesse trying out new vocal techniques. If you hate them then this will add more fuel to the fire.
Knut Challenger
Koloss Empower The Monster
The opening and closing songs on this album kick so much ass! But alas, the middle songs bring the album down.
Korn Untitled
Locktender Rodin
Lostprophets Start Something
Love Sex Machine Love Sex Machine
Mastodon The Workhorse Chronicles [DVD]
The best thing about this DVD are the interviews. The interviews tell the story of how Mastodon was created and provides a glimpse on how they went from nothing to who they are today. The different performances range from good to bad. Most of the early performances with their original lead singer are awful but it at least helps you see how their sounds has progressed. Standout performances include excellent live versions of Hearts Alive and Megalodon. Would rate this a little higher if the vocals sounded better on most songs but its still a good DVD. More like a 3.8 than 3.5 but not a 4.0.
Mastodon The Hunter
Initially gave this a 4.5 rating because of Mastodon taking a new direction in their music. However after giving this album time to digest, seeing them play the songs from the Hunter live with their older stuff, and realizing that I have listened to this album the least of all Mastodon albums, I must change my rating. The Hunter, while good in it's own right, does not stack up to their older music. All of Mastodon's other albums took me at least a month to digest everything that was going in the music. The Hunter only took me a few listens to get everything. Yes making the album more simplistic is a new approach for Mastodon, but it brings down the quality of the music, making it less memorable. Save for The Hunter, Thickening, and The Sparrow, there is really nothing else special in the rest of the songs. Yes, the proggyness is still there, but there is a lot missing. Hopefully they remember how to make real metal on their next album (Look at High on Fire's latest offering) and don't continue to follow in Metallica's footsteps. One "Black Album" is forgiveable but another one is not.
Mastodon Cold Dark Place
Megadeth The System Has Failed
Metallica Garage Inc.
Metallica Hardwired...To Self-Destruct
Mgla Exercises in Futility
Michael Jackson Bad
Misery Signals Controller
Expected more from the album based upon the reviews. Album is above average metalcore but there is nothing really special that puts it heads and shoulders above the rest of the genre. If anything, the harsh vocals are stagnant and no range at all is expressed in them. The clean vocals are the only ones that actually show any emotion. However, those are really the only complaints about the album. Album is a good mix of progressive metalcore that is actually done right.
Mogwai Mr. Beast
Nas God's Son
Ne Obliviscaris Urn
Neurosis Souls at Zero
Neurosis Honor Found in Decay
nic Demo
Nirvana Nevermind
Norma Jean Meridional
Obscura Diluvium
Oh, Sleeper Son of the Morning
Old Man Gloom Seminar III: Zozobra
Old Man Gloom NO
An above average record that is too all over the place and incohesive for it to be truly great.
Old Man Gloom The Ape of God I
Om Advaitic Songs
Oranssi Pazuzu Valonielu
I feel sorry for the poor bastard who sees only the "psychedelic" tag and decides to trip to this. I can only imagine how bad a trip that person would have tripping to this
OutKast Speakerboxxx/The Love Below
Pallbearer Heartless
Palm Reader Bad Weather
Palms Palms
Pelican Forever Becoming
Periphery Periphery
Periphery Periphery II: This Time It's Personal
Pink Floyd Obscured by Clouds
Puff Daddy No Way Out
Queens of the Stone Age Lullabies to Paralyze
Red Hot Chili Peppers By the Way
Rosetta The Anaesthete
This is by no means a bad album. It's just not as memorable as what they've done in the past.
RZA Digital Bullet
Seether Disclaimer
Seether One Cold Night
Silverstein A Shipwreck in the Sand
Silverstein Short Songs
Soundgarden Louder Than Love
Staind Staind
Stone Temple Pilots Core
Stone Temple Pilots Purple
SUMAC The Deal
Testament Brotherhood of the Snake
The Atlas Moth An Ache for the Distance
The Atlas Moth Coma Noir
The Great Old Ones Al Azif
The Ocean Heliocentric
Let me first say that my opinion might be a little bit biased because the first The Ocean album I listened to was Anthroprocentric, which is awesome in its own right. With that being said, I have yet to hear the angry, pissed off The Ocean that can be heard on the first few albums. I'm working my way back through their discography so after listening to Anthroprocentric this did not sound as bad as everybody said it is. Granted, this is even way different from Anthroprocentric and some of the songs just fucking suck, the album is still highly enjoyable. It might take at least 4-5 listens before it grows on you, but it is worth it. Ptolemy Was Wrong and Epiphany suck donkey dick and some of the lyrics on Swallowed by the Earth are laughable but the rest of the album is good to go. Maybe my opinion will change once I listen to the great Precambrian and the brutal Aeolian, but only time will tell. Until then, this album is pretty damn good.
The Offspring Splinter
The Strokes Room on Fire
The Sword Apocryphon
Thirty Seconds to Mars A Beautiful Lie
This or the Apocalypse Dead Years
Torche Harmonicraft
Trivium The Sin and the Sentence
Turbid North Eyes Alive
Ulcerate The Destroyers of All
Velvet Revolver Contraband
Vildhjarta Omnislash
VYGR Hypersleep
Weezer Pacific Daydream
Not nearly as bad as I was told it was. It may sound different but it's still enjoyable.
Xanthochroid Blessed He With Boils
YOB Catharsis
YOB Atma
Youngblood Supercult High Plains
Zao The Funeral of God

3.0 good
+44 When Your Heart Stops Beating
2Pac Still I Rise
A Hope For Home In Abstraction
Adema Kill the Headlights
One of the most underrated Nu-Metal albums of the era.
Against Me! Transgender Dysphoria Blues
To answer your question, yes, she does sound the same
Alice in Chains Rainier Fog
Amenra Mass II: Sermons
Amia Venera Landscape Amia Venera Landscape
Anciients Heart of Oak
Another Black Day Another Black Day
Architects Lost Forever // Lost Together
As I Lay Dying Awakened
Atreyu Long Live
Audioslave Out of Exile
Audioslave Live in Cuba
Avenged Sevenfold Avenged Sevenfold
Very different from their previous albums but definitely not as bad as everyone says it is. Would have rated it a 3.5 if not for Dear God.
Baroness Purple
Between the Buried and Me The Great Misdirect
Experimentation is usually good but it seems like BtBaM over did it on this one. None of their raw intensity or brutality is portrayed here. This just seems like an extremely watered down version of Colors or Alaska.
Between the Buried and Me Automata II
Black Sheep Wall I Am God Songs
Breaking Benjamin Dear Agony
Busta Rhymes Anarchy
Chamillionaire Ultimate Victory
Chevelle This Type of Thinking (Could Do Us In)
Chevelle Point #1
Circle Takes the Square As the Roots Undo
Coldplay Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends
Colour Haze Tempel
Was really expecting a lot from this album considering all the hype this band gets. Boy was I disappointed. I guess the only way to really enjoy Colour Haze music is with the added help of a certain substance. Without it, this album is just too boring.
Counterparts The Difference Between Hell and Home
Darkest Hour Deliver Us
Death Symbolic
Death Human
Default Elocation
Default One Thing Remains
Deftones Diamond Eyes
Meh. The album is good at best. Has some great songs on here like Beauty School but some of the riffs are too repetitive and some of the songs sound like old Deftones songs (Risk sounds like a Passenger clone). All in all a good Deftones album but definitely not worth the praise it has been receiving.
Devin Townsend Project Transcendence
This album definitely has its awe inspiring moments. However those moments are outweighed by too many b.a.f. moments.
Disturbed Indestructible
DMX The Great Depression
Earshot The Silver Lining
Elder (USA-MA) Elder
Eminem Encore
Eminem Recovery
All right album. Now where good as his past albums but at least he is back to making good music.
Enslaved Monumension
Enslaved Thorn
The production on here is pretty shitty and this really doesn't do anything to add to their gigantic discography but Striker makes this worth listening to.
Enslaved In Times
Enslaved seems to have really went over board with the prog and forgot about the metal on this album. Well it could be worse, at least this isn't new Opeth.....
Feist/Mastodon Feistodon
Filter Anthems for the Damned
Filter The Sun Comes Out Tonight
Foo Fighters The Colour and the Shape
Foo Fighters In Your Honor
Foo Fighters One by One
Foo Fighters Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace
Freeway Free At Last
Godsmack IV
Gojira Magma
Grayceon All We Destroy
Green Day American Idiot
Hellyeah Hellyeah
Hellyeah Band of Brothers
Hurt The Crux
Interpol Our Love to Admire
Intervals In Time
Intervals The Way Forward
Intronaut Void
Album is okay. The album is really heavy but the songs lack direction. Faultlines and Nostalgic Echo are really the only songs that stand out but the album isn't that bad.
Intronaut The Challenger
Don't really care for all of the live songs but the first three songs kick major ass, especially Whittler of Fortune and Deep Architecture. Would be rated higher if more than half of the songs hadn't already been released on Null and Void.
ISIS In the Absence of Truth
This record is good but its missing something. What it is missing is that "umph" that made Panoptican so awesome. This record is just plain boring at times. Where Panoptican rewarded you for your patience, this album does not. And its not that big of a step from Panoptican. Most of the tracks scream, "been there, done that." I definitely see why there was only more Isis album after this one. Seems like they ran out of ways to advance their sound. With that being said, some tracks do kick some serious ass. Not in Rivers, but in Drops, Over Root and Thorn, and Holy Tears are great songs but three great songs and 6 mediocre to all right songs don't make a very good album.
Jay-Z Vol. 3: Life and Times of S. Carter
Jay-Z The Blueprint²: The Gift & the Curse
Jimmy Eat World Futures
Jimmy Eat World Damage
Kanye West Late Registration
Katatonia Brave Murder Day
Killswitch Engage As Daylight Dies
Korn Take a Look in the Mirror
Lil Wayne Tha Block Is Hot
Lil Wayne Lights Out
Linkin Park Hybrid Theory
Linkin Park Meteora
Ludacris Chicken-n-Beer
Ludacris Back For The First Time
Mastodon Lifesblood
Mastodon 9 Song Demo
Metallica Beyond Magnetic
This is good at best. Sad that in today's metal landscape where bands like Rosetta, Intronaut, and Vektor continue to push the boundaries of metal this is the best that Metallica can come up. Time to hang it up guys. You had a good run.
Mouth Of The Architect Time and Withering
My Sleeping Karma Satya
Nas Street's Disciple
Nas I Am...
Nerves Nerves
Netherlands Silicon Vapor
Nonpoint Miracle
Not as good as To The Pain but a HELL OF A LOT BETTER than Vengeance. I don't know what they were thinking when they made that...... Anyway, Miracle is a step in the right direction. Next album by them should be excellent.
Oh, Sleeper The Titan
P.O.D. Payable on Death
P.O.D. Testify
P.O.D. Satellite
Papa Roach Getting Away With Murder
Papa Roach The Paramour Sessions
Parkway Drive Ire
Really, really wanted to like this record but putting the vocals right in the front of the mix was a disaster. The lyrics are so bad on most of these tracks that they bring the record down.
Paul Wall The Peoples Champ
Paul Wall and Chamillionaire Get Your Mind Correct
Red Fang Murder the Mountains
Saor Aura
Seether Disclaimer II
Seether Karma And Effect
Shadows Fall Retribution
Shai Hulud Reach Beyond the Sun
She Wants Revenge She Wants Revenge
She Wants Revenge This is Forever
Slipknot All Hope Is Gone
Snoop Dogg No Limit Top Dogg
Soen Cognitive
Heavily Tool influenced psychedelic rock. It is what it is.
Staind The Illusion of Progress
Stone Sour Come What(ever) May
Story of the Year Page Avenue
Submersed Immortal Verses
Switchfoot The Beautiful Letdown
TesseracT Altered State
Just saw these guys play live on Sunday and they put on a pretty damn good show. Was expecting this album to be good because of how good they sound live. Boy was I wrong. Good band live but man is this album boring in comparison.
TesseracT Polaris
The Chariot Long Live
Really want to rank this higher than a 3 but outside of The City, The King, and David de la Hoz, nothing really stands out. This is good hardcore but I've heard better
The Hives Tyrannosaurus Hives
The Human Abstract Digital Veil
The Northern Imperium
The Offspring Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace
The Strokes First Impressions of Earth
Theory of a Deadman Gasoline
Underoath They're Only Chasing Safety
Underoath Define the Great Line
Unearth Watchers of Rule

2.5 average
10 Years Division
A Perfect Circle Eat the Elephant
Man is this record boring. There are a few good songs on here but the rest of the album is sleep inducing.
Amenra Mass I: Prayer I - VI
Architects Hollow Crown
Army of Anyone Army of Anyone
Atreyu Lead Sails Paper Anchor
Audioslave Revelations
Avenged Sevenfold Sounding the Seventh Trumpet
Being Anthropocene
Bullet For My Valentine Scream Aim Fire
Cold Superfiction
I really didn't want to rate this album so low but it's just plain boring. I though BigHans was being a douche when he rated the album low and I listened to this after I read his review just to prove him wrong. I just knew that there was no way that the band I loved in High school could make an average album, but they did. Almost every son on here is BORING. Wicked World starts the album off on a good note but no other song has any of the emotion that Wicked World has. I was hoping this album would have the same energy and emotion that A Different Kind of Pain had but this is such a disappointment. I still love Cold and I will listen to this album more to see if it grows on me but as of right now I don't see that album. Hopefully Cold can survive this album and make a much better album in the future.
Conan Blood Eagle
I was expecting so much more from the self proclaimed "heaviest band on the planet". After listening to Blood Eagle I think Conan must have heavy confused with sleep inducing.
Cult Leader Lightless Walk
Cult of Luna Eternal Kingdom
Hate to give this album such a low rating but this is a disappointment in comparison to their last three albums. Most of the heaviness from their last albums is gone and replaced by interlude after boring interlude. There are some excellent songs on here, Owlwood, Ghostrail, and Mire Deep but this is not up to par with what they are capable of doing.
Dead To A Dying World Elegy
Was really expecting more from this album considering the hype. Was hoping this would be a little heavy but sleep inducing doom/post metal is what i actually got. Not impressed.
Deadwood Picturing a Sense of Loss
I know that a lot of albums within the post black metal genre have songs that sound similar but this is just ridiculous. You could listen to this whole album and never know the song ever changed because that's how much each songs the same. Deadwood have a good sound but next time they make an album they need to add more variety.
Deafheaven New Bermuda
Destrage Are You Kidding Me? No.
These guys definitely have potential. While some of the songs are highly enjoyable the album feels as if you've heard it a dozen times before. It almost sounds as if this is supposed to be a tribute album to Protest the Hero, Between the Buried and Me, and others. If these guys can come up with a style more their own with less atrocious vocals they could be a good band.
Devil Sold His Soul Blessed & Cursed
Maybe I'm used to listening to heavier metal, I don't know but I didn't think there was anything special about this album. Vocals are unimpressive and the clean singer comes off as sounding a little too whiney and emo for music that is supposed to be metal. I mean, seriously, where is the balls! Most of the songs on this album sound the same and follow the same song structure. Some songs are too long which doesn't help when you are bored after the first two minutes. If you want to listen to a new, good prog band, listen to Trenches who have a post-rock/metal vibe thing going on but sound SOOO much better. This album is not really that bad nothing about it really stands out. Don't listen to this, listen to Trenches instead.
Disturbed Ten Thousand Fists
Disturbed Asylum
Earthside A Dream In Static
Electric Wizard Wizard Bloody Wizard
Enshine Origin
This is a great album....... if your looking to fall asleep. There are beautiful melodic sections throughout but at other times the melody can get so boring that a couple of songs will go by before you realize they have passed. Maybe their next album will be better.
Ghost Brigade Isolation Songs
Giant Squid Monster in the Creek
I love Giant Squid but damn this is one boring album. Glad they decided to leave alt rock alone and join the sludge/doom/progressive metal team.
Godsmack The Oracle
Gorillaz The Fall
Haken The Mountain
Somehow my comments got removed. But again I repeat THIS IS NOT FUCKING METAL. No way in shape or form. I have no clue how this got labeled as such.
Helioscope Noir
Tried to like this a album a lot but the horrible clean/hardcore vocals and the band sounding like Cult of Luna lite just kills it for me. The album is not bad by any means, it's just painfully average. The next time around they should try to do something to separate themselves from every other post metal band.
Howl Full of Hell
Might need to listen to this a little bit more to alllow it to grow on me but as of right now this is just an average album.
Impaled Nazarene Vigorous And Liberating Death
In Mourning Shrouded Divine
Incubus (USA-CA) A Crow Left of the Murder...
Intervals A Voice Within
Jay-Z The Blueprint
Kanye West 808s and Heartbreak
Killswitch Engage Killswitch Engage (2009)
Korn See You on the Other Side
Korn Korn III: Remember Who You Are
Lady Gaga The Fame Monster
Lantlos Lantlos
Lantlos .neon
Light Bearer Silver Tongue
Limp Bizkit Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water
Locktender Kafka
Ludacris Release Therapy
Ludacris Theater of the Mind
Mastodon Oblivion EP
Mechina Empyrean
Expected way more from this record based on the average ratings. Not impressed at all.
Megadeth Th1rt3en
Metallica St. Anger
Sigh... I know everybody thinks this is a really bad album. While I won't disagree, the album did have some listenable songs like Some King of Monster, Invisible Kid, Unamed Feeling, and St. Anger. However, the other songs are so bad they overshadow the songs that are okay. Lars drumming brings this album down a lot too. His drum kit sounds like dish pans and it takes away too much from the overall quality of the sound.
Metallica Load
Metallica Metallica
Metallica Six Feet Down Under
Nas Nastradamus
Nas Life Is Good
Nas is fully capable of making rap music better than this. For most artists this would be an above average record, for Nas this is disappointing.
Neurosis Aberration
Neurosis Sovereign
Neurosis and Jarboe Neurosis and Jarboe
I hate to give a Neurosis album such a low rating but its the least enjoyable album in their discography.
Nickelback Silver Side Up
Nickelback All the Right Reasons
Oddland The Treachery of Senses
I don't know if I am missing something or what but I thought this was boring a shit. There just really isn't enough going for the record to keep the zzzs from coming on. I can usually dig melodic/progressive metal but this record really doesn't have any thing that makes it stand out. No balls whatsoever
Operator Soulcrusher
Opeth Orchid
P.O.D. When Angels and Serpents Dance
P.O.D. Murdered Love
I guess P.O.D must have not heard that nu-metal died along time ago...
Papa Roach Metamorphosis
Paul Wall Get Money Stay True
Protest the Hero Scurrilous
Rise Against Appeal to Reason
Rosetta Flies to Flame
Rosetta is capable of putting out WAY BETTER material than this and their last album.
Samsara Blues Experiment Revelation & Mystery
This is a real noticeable drop in quality compared to their first two albums. Long Distance Trip is a modern psychedelic classic and Waiting for the Flood is very good but this is so average in comparison. Maybe all the drugs are starting to burn them out, maybe not but considering how boring and uninspired this record is, it makes me wonder.
Samsara Blues Experiment One with the Universe
Seether Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces
Sigh Imaginary Sonicscape
Silent Planet The Night God Slept
Silverstein Arrivals and Departures
Snoop Dogg Tha Last Meal
Stone Sour House of Gold and Bones - Part 1
Testament Dark Roots of Earth
Maybe this will grow on me in time but as for now this is extremely overrated.
Textures Dualism
Very Boring album. Seriously disappointed by this. Had high hopes for this album and this surely did not meet them.
The Mire Glass Cathedrals
This could have been so much better. Almost every song on here sounds exactly the same to the point where 4-5 songs could go by without you realizing that they have passed. If there was a little bit more variety from song to song this would be a hell of an album.
Three Days Grace Three Days Grace
Three Days Grace One-X
Three Days Grace Life Starts Now
Tombs Savage Gold
Turbonegro Sexual Harassment
Twisted Sister A Twisted Christmas
U2 Songs of Experience
Velvet Revolver Libertad
Vildhjarta Måsstaden
Very disappointing after hearing Omnislash. This could have been a lot better.
Warren G I Want It All
We Lost the Sea Crimea
Within the Ruins Phenomena

2.0 poor
A Perfect Circle eMOTIVe
Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill
The album responsible for turning so many young women off of men and turning them into angry lesbians
All That Remains A War You Cannot Win
An Autumn For Crippled Children portugal EP
I usually like post/blackgaze metal but there is nothing metal about this. This sounds like The Cure or MBV with black metal vocals thrown in for kicks. I would never consider myself a black metal elitist but this EP makes me understand why elitists hate this type of black metal. Black Monolith I can stand; Deafheaven I can understand, AAFCC, no longer listenable.
As Blood Runs Black Ground Zero
Attack Attack! Attack Attack!
Avenged Sevenfold Hail to the King
This album makes it hard as an A7X fan to defend. Second half of this album saves this from being a complete disaster but this is still probably their worst album.
AxeWound Vultures
Beady Eye BE
Between the Buried and Me The Anatomy Of
Black Sheep Wall No Matter Where It Ends
Can't believe that this is as bad as it is. Every song sounds exactly the same. Seems like they exhausted all of their creative efforts on I Am God Songs. Oh well, maybe their next album will be better.
Black Sheep Wall I'm Going to Kill Myself
Black Stone Cherry Magic Mountain
Black Veil Brides Sex & Hollywood
brokeNCYDE The Broken
Bullet For My Valentine Fever
Cardi B Invasion of Privacy
Coldplay A Head Full of Dreams
Converge Jane Doe
I have tried over and over to listen to this album but I cannot get over the horrible vocals of Jacob Bannon. It just brings down the quality of the music way too much IMO. Maybe this album will grow on me in the future, but until then, I don't think its a good album and don't understand why so many sputnik users like this garbage.
Converge Unloved and Weeded Out
Converge Y2K
Converge Live at the BBC
Converge The Dusk in Us
Darkthrone Circle the Wagons
Devil Sold His Soul Empire of Light
The vocals, especially the cleans, have always been hard to listen to but at least they were mixed in with superb musicianship which made them at least bearable. Why they decided to do a whole album with the cleans being the focal point is beyond me. This is horrible from a band capable of so much more.
Ed Sheeran ÷
Evanescence Fallen
Falling in Reverse Live at KROQ
Falling in Reverse Just Like You
Falloch Where Distant Spirits Remain
Ghost Brigade IV - One with the Storm
Godsmack When Legends Rise
Jason Mraz Yes!
Jay-Z The Dynasty: Roc La Familia
Kanye West ye
Kings of Leon Only By The Night
Korn The Path of Totality
Kowloon Walled City Container Ships
Every song sounds exactly the same from the last song. Really wish I could have found a torrent for this instead of paying for it.
Lady Gaga The Fame
Lady Gaga Artpop
Lantlos Melting Sun
I know I'm going to get hate for saying this but this album is fucking boring. I understand this is shoegaze and not black metal but I still found this extremely sleep inducing. There are some stellar guitar parts sprinkled here but the songs seem to blend into one another making it hard to realize when the song you're listening has ended. This could have been a really good album but the lack of variety from song to song and the riduculous lengths they all have make this an album I would only listen to if I were getting ready to go to bed.
Light Bearer Beyond the Infinite: The Assembly of God
Linkin Park Living Things
Lord Dying Summon the Faithless
This album has it's moments but overall it's pretty fucking boring
Ludacris The Red Light District
Maroon 5 Hands All Over
Maroon 5 Overexposed
Mastodon Jonah Hex: Revenge Gets Ugly EP
Was hyped up for this. All the hype disappeared after I listened to it. Easily the worst thing Mastodon has ever done.
Metallica Reload
Metallica Some Kind of Monster
Mumakil Flies Will Starve
Nickelback Dark Horse
Nickelback No Fixed Address
Nonpoint Vengeance
Operation: Mindcrime The Key
Opeth Burden
Opeth Heritage
Opeth Pale Communion
Ozzy Osbourne Scream
Paramore Paramore
Queens of the Stone Age Era Vulgaris
Rectal Smegma Keep On Smiling
Seether Holding Onto Strings Better Left To Fray
Seether Isolate And Medicate
Shadows Fall Fire From the Sky
This is a good example of metalcore done wrong. This album is very bland, very boring, and below average metalcore. Retribution was a step in the right direction but I don't know what happened with this. Shadows Fall need to look at their metalcore brethren like Oh, Sleeper, Underoath, and August Burns Red and realize they need to step their game up about 5 notches.
Shinedown Amaryllis
Slayer Undisputed Attitude
Slayer World Painted Blood
Slayer Repentless
Snoop Dogg Da Game is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told
SOiL Picture Perfect
Stone Sour Audio Secrecy
Storm Corrosion Storm Corrosion
TesseracT One
Textures Silhouettes
Tried to like this album. Really did but it was just so boring. Every song sounds the same which is truly disappointing considering the range of the lead singer. Most of the songs on here need to be shortened by at least a minute and a half to make them listenable. I'm still a Textures fan and am definitely looking forward to the new album but Silhouettes sucks.
The Contortionist Language
The Ocean Pelagial
HORRIBLE VOCALS+uninspired musicianship+loss of heaviness+godawful lyrics = The worst The Ocean album of their career. Even Heliocentric was better than this steaming pile
The Smashing Pumpkins Zeitgeist
The Vines Future Primitive
Theory of a Deadman The Truth Is...
Three Days Grace Transit of Venus
Tombs Path of Totality
Imitating Neurosis and to a lesser extent Isis does not automatically mean you will sound good. Making every song sound the same doesn't help either.
Tonight Alive Limitless
Underoath Erase Me
If bland and boring is what Underoath was aiming for, they have met their goal with Erase Me. Gone is the heaviness that made Underoath, Underoath, being replaced with a more melodic, alternative rock sound. I don't mind the change in musical direction, it just doesn't sound very good. Hopefully they go back to their roots on the next album or at least execute the transition to melodic music better.
Waka Flocka Flame Flockaveli
Walk Off the Earth R.E.V.O.
We Butter The Bread With Butter Das Monster Aus Dem Schrank

1.5 very poor
10 Years Feeding the Wolves
A Hero a Fake The Future Again
All That Remains The Order of Things
Arch Enemy War Eternal
Attack Attack! Someday Came Suddenly
Avicii True
Black Veil Brides Rebels
Black Veil Brides Wretched and Divine
Blood on the Dance Floor It's Hard to Be a Diamond...
Blood on the Dance Floor EPIC
Bring Me The Horizon That's the Spirit
Buckcherry Black Butterfly
Buckcherry All Night Long
Bullet For My Valentine Temper Temper
Chris Cornell Scream
ChugChugWob Redemption
Converge When Forever Comes Crashing
Converge No Heroes
Converge Deathwish Live Series 02: Minneapolis
Converge Pound for Pound: The Wolverine Blues Sessions
Cryptopsy The Unspoken King
Design the Skyline Nevaeh
Disturbed Evolution
Eminem Revival
Emmure Eternal Enemies
Escape the Fate Ungrateful
Fall Out Boy Take This to Your Grave
Fall Out Boy Save Rock and Roll
Fall Out Boy M A N I A
Falling in Reverse Fashionably Late
Finger Eleven Them vs. You vs. Me
Five Finger Death Punch The Wrong Side of Heaven and The Righteous Side of Hell, Volume 1
Five Finger Death Punch And Justice for None
Gavin Rossdale Wanderlust
Geoff Tate Kings & Thieves
Halestorm Halestorm
HIM Love Metal
Hinder Extreme Behavior
Hinder When the Smoke Clears
Hinder The Reign
I Killed the Prom Queen When Goodbye Means Forever
I Set My Friends On Fire Caterpillar Sex
Ja Rule Venni Vetti Vecci
bought this album off of the hype of his first single and was pissed off that I actually spent money on this piece of shit. Even Jay-Z and DMX couldn't save this CD from being awful.
Job For A Cowboy Genesis
John Lennon Unfinished Music No.1: Two Virgins
John Lennon Wedding Album
Justin Bieber My World 2.0
Justin Bieber Believe
Lady Gaga Born This Way
Lil B Choices and Flowers
Linkin Park Minutes to Midnight
Linkin Park The Hunting Party
Linkin Park One More Light
Lou Reed and Metallica Lulu
Sad, Sad, sad. I'm a huge Metallica fan and even though I thought even the universally hated Load, Re-Load, and St. Anger had their moments, this has none. I could go on a long diatribe about how horrible this album is but everybody knows how horrible this album is by now. Sigh... Was hoping Metallica was taking a step in the right direction after Death Magnetic but they have shown all of their fans that they could give a shit if their music is good enough for their fans. Lou Reed's vocals are so bad I'm not even going to mention them. Hopefully Metallica and Lou Reed disappear if they plan on making more terrible music like this.
Maroon 5 V
Matty Mullins Matty Mullins
Myrimin Bolota Ohta
Nickelback Here and Now
Nickelback The Best of Nickelback Volume 1
Opeth Sorceress
Queensryche Dedicated to Chaos
Queensryche Frequency Unknown (Tate's Queensryche)
Simple Plan Taking One for the Team
Slayer God Hates Us All
Slayer Christ Illusion
Snoop Dogg R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta) - The Masterpiece
Sonic Syndicate Love and Other Disasters
Squarepusher Music for Robots
Suicide Silence The Black Crown
Ted Nugent Love Grenade
The Chainsmokers Bouquet
The Chainsmokers Collage
The Strypes Blue Collar Jane
Thirty Seconds to Mars America
Three Days Grace Pain (+ Acoustic) - EP
Three Days Grace Human
Tokio Hotel Schrei
Tokio Hotel Dream Machine
Waking The Cadaver Demo
Waking The Cadaver Perverse Recollections Of A Necromangler
We Came As Romans We Came As Romans
Xibalba Tierra y Libertad
Xiu Xiu Kling Klang
Yes Heaven and Earth

1.0 awful
Aaron Carter Aaron Carter
Aaron Lewis The Road
AJR The Click
Asking Alexandria The Black
Attack Attack! If Guns Are Outlawed, Can We Use Swords?
Black Veil Brides We Stitch These Wounds
Black Veil Brides Vale
Blood on the Dance Floor Let's Start a Riot
Blood on the Dance Floor Scissors
brokeNCYDE I'm Not a Fan, but the Kids Like It!
Celtic Frost Cold Lake
Converge Axe to Fall
Just horrible. Don't understand why most of the sputnik community is all over this band's collective dicks. The vocals are an abomination to all singers who have ever song. This is earrape at its best.
Corey Feldman Angelic 2 The Core
Crazy Frog Everybody Dance Now
Darkthrone Dark Thrones and Black Flags
Daughtry Cage to Rattle
DoomThrone Skeleton Veiled in Flesh
Drifting Icon Submerged in the Andromeda
Escape the Fate Escape the Fate
Falling in Reverse The Drug in Me Is You
Five Finger Death Punch Got Your Six
Geoff Tate Geoff Tate
Grumblecunt I Piss Shit
HIM Screamworks: Love In Theory And Practice
Hinder All American Nightmare
Hinder Welcome to the Freakshow
No one should expect anything except awful music from this shitty band.
In Flames Siren Charms
In Flames Down, Wicked and No Good
Jake Paul and Team 10 Litmas
Jay-Z The Blueprint 3
John Lennon Unfinished Music No.2: Life with the Lions
Justin Bieber Under the Mistletoe
Kevin Federline Playing with Fire
Laked God and Yak Butt Pirate Bible Force
Lil B God's Father
Maybe I'm too old but I just don't fucking get it
Limp Bizkit Results May Vary
Limp Bizkit Gold Cobra
Don't give a fuck what the others say about this album. It is Limp Bizkit and without listening is a default 2.5. Rating lowers once you listen to it. I guess all the people on this site trying to 5 this as a joke and the other people rating this high because they actually like this shit forget that Limp Bizkit is now and has always been a shit band. A long hiatus from music doesn't mask the flaws from this horrible album. Fuck this band.
Linkin Park A Thousand Suns
Machine Gun Kelly bloom
Manowar Gods of War
Morbid Angel Illud Divinum Insanus
No One No One
Oceano Incisions
This has to be one of the worst albums I have ever heard. It's just fucking awful. Fucking awful.
One Direction Take Me Home
Prussian Blue Fragment Of The Future
Prussian Blue The Path We Chose
Run the Jewels Meow the Jewels
Saliva Blood Stained Love Story
I remember picking this album up when it came out in 06 or 07 whenever their single Ladies and Gentlemen came out. This album is easily the worst album I have ever bought. The single tricked me into thinking that this was a hard rock album but this isn't hard rock. This is pussy rock posing as hard rock. This album tosses horrible, horrible ballad, after ballad, after ballad at you. Sounds like someone broke the leads singers heart and he never got over it. I was so bored by song number 6 I quit listening and never finished it.
Saliva In It to Win It (Promo)
Say Anything Anarchy, My Dear
Skrew Angel Seed XXIII
Slayer Diabolus in Musica
Sonic Syndicate We Rule the Night
Ted Nugent Shutup&jam!
The Chainsmokers Memories...Do Not Open
The Killers Don't Waste Your Wishes
The Strypes Snapshot
Tokio Hotel Humanoid
Torsofuck Erotic Diarrhea Fantasy
Twisted Sister Love Is For Suckers
Unleashing My Demons Tran​(ce​)​scen(e​)dance
Waking The Cadaver Real-Life Death
Will suck. Very hard. Probably contender for worst AOTY
We The Kings Six #Willpower

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