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5.0 classic
Agalloch The Mantle
Bob Dylan Blood on the Tracks
Death Symbolic
Iron Maiden Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
Koji Kondo The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time OST
Megadeth Rust in Peace
Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here
Simon and Garfunkel Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme
Simon and Garfunkel Sounds of Silence
Tenhi Folk Aesthetic 1996-2006
The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
The Hotelier Home, Like NoPlace Is There
The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers

4.5 superb
Accept Balls to the Wall
Agalloch Ashes Against the Grain
Agalloch The White
Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill
Blink-182 Enema of the State
Bob Dylan Blonde on Blonde
Captain, We're Sinking The Future Is Cancelled
David Bowie The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars
Death Leprosy
Death Individual Thought Patterns
Downfall of Nur Umbras de Barbagia
Elliott Smith Either/Or
Franz Schubert Schubert: Trout Quintet
The whole thing is great, but my rating specifically is for the 'Arpeggione Sonata'. A gorgeous piece by one of the finest composers of the early romantic era. Great for helping you fall asleep at night or just unwind after a stressful day.
Franz Schubert Unfinished Symphony No. 8 in B minor
Iron Maiden Iron Maiden
Israel Kamakawiwo'ole Facing Future
Jars Of Clay Jars Of Clay
Jean Sibelius Symphony No. 7 in C major, Op. 105
Jean Sibelius Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47
Jethro Tull Aqualung
Jethro Tull Thick as a Brick
Jimmy Eat World Clarity
Jimmy Eat World Futures
Koji Kondo The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker OST
Ludwig van Beethoven "Pastoral" Symphony No. 6 in F major, Op. 68
Manilla Road Crystal Logic
Metal Church Metal Church
Metallica Master of Puppets
Metallica Ride the Lightning
NOFX So Long and Thanks for All the Shoes
Pink Floyd Animals
Regina Spektor Soviet Kitsch
Regina Spektor Remember Us To Life
Simon and Garfunkel Bridge Over Troubled Water
Sorority Noise You're Not As ____ As You Think
At first, You're Not As _______ As You Think feels overwhelmingly dreary and hopeless: a record centered on nothing more than depression, self-pity, and death - but it's the little moments of optimism that give it so much depth and contrast. "Leave the Fan On" leaves an empty feeling in the gut, with lines of utter hopelessness barely escaping Boucher's lips in the most gorgeously restrained track of the band's career. Yet, every time "A Portrait Of" resurfaces one feels completely revitalized by its sweeping guitar-work and lines of encouragement: "I'm not trying to say it's easy/But I'm trying to say it's fine/I've still got your demons/And they're not gonna be leaving any time/Any time soon." Sorority Noise's latest manages to be emotionally draining, but completely relatable and uplifting at the same. Not since The Hotelier dropped Home, Like NoPlace Is There have I felt so moved by an album of this nature, and it feels good to say that.
Steely Dan Aja
Tenhi Maaaet
The Beatles Revolver
The Beatles Rubber Soul
The Beatles The Beatles
The Smith Street Band No One Gets Lost Anymore
The Tallest Man on Earth The Wild Hunt
The Wonder Years The Greatest Generation

4.3 superb
Bathory Blood Fire Death
I'm here to confirm Jac's placement of this album at the top of the riff scale. A real treat of an album not only for black metal fanatics, but metalheads in general. Excellent atmosphere and hard riffs left and right highlighted by a touch of folk influence.
Blink-182 blink-182
Falls of Rauros Vigilance Perennial
Johannes Brahms Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 77
Langhorne Slim Lost At Last, Vol 1
This is about as close as we're gonna get to a Byrds or Simon and Garfunkel album in 2017. "Zombie" is one kick ass track that feels like it came straight out of the 60s.
The Rolling Stones Between the Buttons

4.2 excellent
Adramelech Psychostasia
Agalloch Pale Folklore
Anthrax Spreading the Disease
Asya Sergeeva Heart of Winter
some of the best instrumental folk music I've ever heard. Her primary instrument is the celtic harp, and her playing is extremely poignant and intricate. It's worth checking out just for her harp playing, but the addition of violins, cellos, and pianos take it to a whole new level. Just listen to it
Drudkh Autumn Aurora
Green Day Dookie
Insomnium Above the Weeping World
Jean Sibelius Symphony No. 5 in E♭ major, Op. 82
Motion City Soundtrack My Dinosaur Life
My personal favorite album by Motion City Soundtrack. It contains some of the biggest hooks in the band's career, but there's even a song that mentions Zelda: The Ocarina of Time!!
Phoebe Bridgers Stranger in the Alps
PUP The Dream Is Over
Rush Moving Pictures
Moving Pictures is one of the best progressive rock albums of all time. It contains many classics by the band such as the well known 'Tom Sawyer' or 'Limelight'.
Say Anything ...Is a Real Boy
Spectral Lore III
The Hotelier It Never Goes Out
The Hotelier Goodness
The Kinks Something Else by The Kinks
The Menzingers After the Party
The Mountain Goats Goths
The Rolling Stones Some Girls
The Smith Street Band Throw Me in the River
The Tallest Man on Earth Shallow Grave
The Used The Used
Ulver Bergtatt - Et eeventyr i 5 capitler

4.1 excellent
Der Weg Einer Freiheit Finisterre
As "Finisterre" plays out, there's little you can do but sit in awe, dumbfounded by the amount of skill and precision oozing from each deafening, turbulent track. It's kind of like the band's last album, "Stellar", but on steroids. There's less time to appreciate the ambient sections because they're quickly trampled in the wake of breakneck riffs, but the band's mixture of loud black metal and ambience has never been as potent.
Franz Schubert "Little" Symphony No. 6 in C major, D. 589
Marissa Nadler July
Max Richter Three Worlds: Music from Woolf Works
NOFX The Greatest Songs Ever Written (By Us)
Regina Spektor Far
Saor Guardians
The Ataris Blue Skies, Broken Hearts, Next Twelve Exits
The Ataris End is Forever
The Byrds The Notorious Byrd Brothers
The Promise Ring Nothing Feels Good
The Tallest Man on Earth There's No Leaving Now
Ulver Kveldssanger

4.0 excellent
Anberlin Cities
Angel Olsen My Woman
Bad Religion No Control
Balance and Composure Separation
Blink-182 Take Off Your Pants And Jacket
Blink-182 Dude Ranch
Bob Dylan Desire
Bobby Barnett Little Wounds
Box Car Racer Box Car Racer
A tragically overlooked side project by Tom Delongue of Blink-182. This album takes on a more straight up rock approach unlike Angels and Airwaves. Any fans of Blink-182 or AVA who haven't heard it should consider checking it out.
Brutality Screams of Anguish
Camel Mirage
Cannibal Corpse Butchered at Birth
Cannibal Corpse Red Before Black
Captain, We're Sinking It's a Trap
For those who can't get enough of "The Future Is Cancelled", this EP makes for a pretty damn good companion to that record - despite the fact that it's three years old. Expect more lyrics fueled by alcohol and the insecurities of our fellow man.
Captain, We're Sinking The King of No Man
Well there aren't any songs about washing down pills with pepsi which sucks - but it's still a strong sophomore effort that shifts the focus from self-deprecation and alcoholism to the pain and suffering that caused Bobby's anxiety in the first place. The reworked songs from his "Little Wounds" solo effort are a definite highlight here. All in all a proper sophomore effort that doesn't wallow in the same broken mentality as its predecessor.
Darkspace Dark Space I
David Bowie The Man Who Sold the World
Death Human
Des Ark Everything Dies
Direct Hit! Wasted Mind
Dismember Like an Ever Flowing Stream
Drudkh Blood In Our Wells
Drudkh Microcosmos
Ellende Todbringer
Elliott Smith Figure 8
Elliott Smith From a Basement on the Hill
Falls of Rauros The Light That Dwells in Rotten Wood
Fauna Avifauna
Fireworks All I Have To Offer Is My Own Confusion
Fireworks Gospel
Fleetwood Mac Then Play On
Flogging Molly Drunken Lullabies
Flogging Molly Life Is Good
Frank Turner Love, Ire & Song
Frank Turner Positive Songs for Negative People
Franz Schubert String Quartet No. 13 in A Minor, D.804, Op.29
Franz Schubert String Quartet No. 15 in G major, D. 887
Great Cynics Don't Need Much
Green Day Insomniac
Grouper Dragging a Dead Deer Up a Hill
Grouper Ruins
Heartsounds Internal Eyes
Hot Water Music Forever and Counting
Hot Water Music Fuel for the Hate Game
In Flames The Jester Race
In Flames Whoracle
Insomnium Since the Day It All Came Down
Iron Maiden Killers
Irrwisch Irrwisch
Jack's Mannequin Everything in Transit
Jenny Hval Blood Bitch
Jethro Tull Stand Up
Jethro Tull Heavy Horses
Jimmy Eat World Bleed American
Jimmy Eat World Integrity Blues
Julie Byrne Not Even Happiness
Julien Baker Sprained Ankle
Kauan Sorni Nai
Kevin Morby Singing Saw
Kevin Morby Still Life
Koji Kondo The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess OST
Lagwagon Blaze
Lagwagon Let's Talk About Feelings
Leonard Cohen Songs of Leonard Cohen
Maurice Ravel String Quartet in F Major
Maurice Ravel Piano Trio in A Minor
Max Richter The Blue Notebooks
Megadeth So Far, So Good... So What!
Mercyful Fate Melissa
Metal Church Blessing in Disguise
Metallica ...And Justice for All
Metallica Metallica
Millencolin Pennybridge Pioneers
Mithotyn In The Sign Of The Ravens
Motion City Soundtrack Commit This to Memory
Mustard Plug Evildoers Beware!
Mustard Plug Masterpieces: 1991-2002
A highly enjoyable collection of quirky and upbeat ska songs from Mustard Plug. They are sure to please fans of Reel Big Fish and The Mighty Mighty Bosstones or even fans of newer ska bands like Streetlight Manifesto.
Nest (FIN) Trail of the Unwary
Neun Welten The Sea I'm Diving In
Neutral Milk Hotel In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
New Found Glory Resurrection
The most New Found Glory sounding album by New Found Glory in over a decade. This is the return to form the band has been shooting for on their last 2 albums, and they've finally hit their target.
Nhor Wildflowers: Summer
No Doubt Tragic Kingdom
No Use for a Name Hard Rock Bottom
No Use for a Name ¡Leche con Carne!
No Use for a Name All The Best Songs
Definitely not a bad starting point for anyone not familiar with NUFAN's music. Containing songs that span their entire career, "All The Best Songs" rewards its listener with quality jams that represent their softer side as well as their fast-paced, early punk days.
NOFX The Decline
NOFX Punk in Drublic
Nokturnal Mortum The Voice of Steel
Nuclear Assault Handle With Care
October Falls Marras
Overkill Horrorscope
Panopticon Roads to the North
Panopticon Autumn Eternal
Pink Floyd The Wall
Regina Spektor Begin To Hope
Regina Spektor Songs
Robert Schumann Piano Concerto in A minor, Op.54
Rush A Farewell to Kings
Sampha Process
Sangre de Muerdago O Camino das Mans Valeiras
Sara Bareilles Kaleidoscope Heart
Saves the Day Stay What You Are
Silverstein This Is How the Wind Shifts
Simon and Garfunkel Bookends
Skull Kid Protection Charm
Solange A Seat at the Table
Sorority Noise Joy, Departed
Steely Dan Can't Buy a Thrill
Steely Dan Pretzel Logic
Steely Dan The Royal Scam
Sufjan Stevens Carrie and Lowell
Summoning Stronghold
Susanne Sundfor Music For People In Trouble
Tenhi Saivo
The Ataris So Long, Astoria
The Ataris Anywhere But Here
The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour
The Byrds Sweetheart of the Rodeo
The Byrds Younger Than Yesterday
The Byrds Mr. Tambourine Man
The Chasm The Spell of Retribution
The Gaslight Anthem Handwritten
The Kinks Muswell Hillbillies
The Menzingers On the Impossible Past
The Mountain Goats Tallahassee
The Mountain Goats The Sunset Tree
The Promise Ring 30 Degrees Everywhere
The Rolling Stones Let It Bleed
The Rolling Stones Beggars Banquet
The Rolling Stones Aftermath
The Smith Street Band Sunshine and Technology
The Smith Street Band More Scared of You Than You Are of Me
The Tallest Man on Earth Dark Bird Is Home
The Wonder Years Suburbia I've Given You All and Now I'm Nothing
The Wonder Years No Closer to Heaven
Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind
Tiny Moving Parts Celebrate
TLC CrazySexyCool
Tony Sly 12 Song Program
Trophy Eyes Chemical Miracle
Singles are so misleading. This has about 5 times the amount of aggression I anticipated based on the tracks they released prior to the release of the album. Overall much more diverse than their debut, with lots of variety in the vocals and an improvement in the lyrics as well.
Walknut Graveforests And Their Shadows
Weezer Weezer
Wil Wagner Laika
Woljager Van't Liewen un Stiawen
One of the year's most overlooked gems is a real treat in the neofolk genre. With a sound that rests comfortably between german dark folk (think Forseti, Nebelung) and a more neoclassical approach along the lines of Vali and Musk Ox, the debut by Woljager is sure to have a wide appeal. Due to the large helping of variety and melancholy, it's easily one of the strongest neofolk albums in recent years.
Woods City Sun Eater In The River Of Light

3.9 excellent
Agalloch From Which of This Oak
Big Thief Capacity
Circa Survive Blue Sky Noise
Saor Aura
Sleepwalker and Fen Call of Ashes II: Stone and Sea
The Mountain Goats We Shall All Be Healed

3.8 excellent
Andrew McMahon The Pop Underground
With its delicate use of electronics, Andrew Mcmahon's first EP isn't as much of a departure from Jack's Mannequin as one might expect. What it is, however, is 4 enjoyable pop tracks that are infused with the musician's skillful songwriting. Sure to please longtime fans.
Angel Olsen Phases
Big Thief Masterpiece
Circuit Des Yeux Reaching For Indigo
And the award for most unique album of the year goes to...
Fen Winter
Frank Turner England Keep My Bones
Free Throw Bear Your Mind
Hot Water Music Caution
In Flames Subterranean
Julien Baker Turn Out The Lights
Kauan Kaiho
Less Than Jake Hello Rockview
Lowercase Kill The Lights
Nhor Wildflowers: Spring
Nokturnal Mortum Lunar Poetry
Oak Pantheon In Pieces
Before hearing Oak Pantheon, I heard grumblings about how they're just an Agalloch clone. I've still yet to hear their debut, but based on the variety and skill on display on their sophomore effort, I'd say they're much more than that. Yes, they sound quite similar to Agalloch at times (the guitar tone at the end of 'grasp the apparition' and throughout much of 'burden of growth' sounds eerily reminiscent of Ashes against the Grain) but they also prove their sense of versatility here - especially in the vocal department. 'Pavor Nocturnus' has some insanely good vocals reminiscent of Weakling that have to be heard to be believed. Other songs like the epic 'Climb' do feel more inspired by Agalloch with a slow guitar build-up and chant-like vocals, but there are more than enough ideas here to keep them from being just a copycat band. One hell of a sophomore effort
Relient K Forget and Not Slow Down
Sangre de Muerdago Deixademe Morrer No Bosque
The Early November In Currents
The Menzingers Rented World

3.7 great
Drudkh Forgotten Legends
Dzo-nga The Sachem's Tales
Electrocution Inside the Unreal
Fossil Youth A Glimpse of Self Joy
Havukruunu Kelle Surut Soi
Hold On, Caulfield. If You Don't Choose
Jethro Tull Minstrel in the Gallery
Jimmy Eat World Chase This Light
Julianna Barwick Will
Kevin Morby City Music
Less Than Jake Anthem
Make Do and Mend End Measured Mile
Millencolin Same Old Tunes
Nadia Reid Preservation
Neun Welten Vergessene Pfade
Neun Welten Destrunken
Gorgeous neofolk album; perfect for rainy weather or anyone looking for a relaxing listening experience
NOFX Pump Up the Valuum
NOFX White Trash, Two Heebs and a Bean
Quiet Riot Metal Health
Rush 2112
Selvans / Downfall Of Nur Selvans / Downfall of Nur
Set Your Goals Mutiny!
Somos Temple of Plenty
Soundtrack (Film) Mortal Kombat
I still remember having this soundtrack on casette and listening it to repeatedly as a kid (as well as watching the movie excessively of course). All nostalgia aside, this soundtrack holds up surprisingly well and is worth looking into even if you're not huge on the MK series.
The Byrds Fifth Dimension
The Early November Imbue
The Menzingers A Lesson in the Abuse of Information Technology
The Menzingers Chamberlain Waits
The Offspring Americana
The Rolling Stones Their Satanic Majesties Request
Turnover Peripheral Vision
WATERMEDOWN Somewhere Sleepless
Woods Bend Beyond
that moment when you want to comment on an album and you realize it doesn't have a review :/ brilliant album, 'is it honest?' is easily one of my favorite Woods songs. The 3.3 average is misleading, it's easily some of the best material this band has to offer. will come up with a better soundoff later!

3.6 great
NOFX First Ditch Effort

3.5 great
Accept Metal Heart
Adam Torres I Came To Sing The Song
Addaura Burning for the Ancient
Agalloch Of Stone, Wind and Pillor
Agalloch Marrow of the Spirit
Agalloch Faustian Echoes
Agalloch The Serpent and the Sphere
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness Zombies on Broadway
Angel Olsen Burn Your Fire For No Witness
Balance and Composure The Things We Think We're Missing
Beach Slang Cheap Thrills On A Dead End Street
Beach Slang The Things We Do to Find People Who Feel
Blink-182 Cheshire Cat
Bobby Barnett Showing Teeth
Great EP by the lead vocalist of Captain, We're Sinking. These tracks are much more upbeat than the slow burners found on "Little Wounds." It's more like "The Future is Cancelled" Part 2. This guy never fails to impress!
Bolt Thrower Those Once Loyal
Brian Fallon Painkillers
Can't Swim Death Deserves a Name
Can't Swim Fail You Again
Cannibal Corpse A Skeletal Domain
Charles Ellsworth Wildcat Chuck Charles
Circa Survive The Amulet
Citizen Youth
Citizen As You Please
Citizen/Turnover Citizen/Turnover Split 7"
Conor Oberst Ruminations
Conor Oberst Salutations
Dan Andriano in the Emergency Room Hurricane Season
Dan Andriano in the Emergency Room Party Adjacent
Demigod Slumber of Sullen Eyes
Der Weg Einer Freiheit Stellar
Drudkh The Swan Road
Drudkh Eternal Turn of the Wheel
Dryjacket For Posterity
Emma Ruth Rundle Marked For Death
Enisum Seasons Of Desolation
Exhumed Death Revenge
I dig how the album art basically looks like a horror movie mash-up. Also, the introduction and interlude tracks are great - adding a sense of atmosphere with their eerily orchestrated pianos and strings. The surrounding tracks are much more relentless.
Falls of Rauros Hail Wind and Hewn Oak
Felix Mendelssohn Piano Trio No. 1 in D minor, Op. 49
Fiona Apple Tidal
Fireworks We Are Everywhere
Fireworks Adventure, Nostalgia, and Robbery
Fireworks Bonfires
Fleet Foxes Helplessness Blues
Fleet Foxes Crack-Up
Fleetwood Mac Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
Flogging Molly Within a Mile of Home
Flogging Molly Float
Florist (NY) If Blue Could Be Happiness
Fountains of Wayne Welcome Interstate Managers
Frank Turner Tape Deck Heart
Free Throw Those Days Are Gone
Frightened Rabbit Painting of a Panic Attack
Gorguts Obscura
Green Day Nimrod
Have Mercy The Earth Pushed Back
Havukruunu Havulinnaan
Imperium Dekadenz Meadows of Nostalgia
Imperium Dekadenz Dis Manibvs
Iron And Wine Beast Epic
Iron Maiden A Matter of Life and Death
Jewel Pieces of You
Jimmy Eat World Invented
John Williams Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Julia Holter Have You In My Wilderness
Julianna Barwick Nepenthe
Julie Byrne Rooms With Walls and Windows
Kevin Morby Harlem River
Lagwagon Hang
Mare Cognitum Phobos Monolith
Marissa Nadler Bury Your Name
Megadeth Killing Is My Business... and Business Is Good!
Megadeth Endgame
Metallica Kill 'Em All
Millencolin Home From Home
Millencolin True Brew
Mimisiku The Thrill of Living
Modern Baseball Holy Ghost
Motorhead Bad Magic
Nadia Reid Listen to Formation, Look for the Signs
Nebelung Palingenesis
Nest (FIN) Woodsmoke
New Found Glory Coming Home
No Use for a Name More Betterness!
NOFX The War on Errorism
NOFX Ribbed
NOFX Heavy Petting Zoo
Norah Jones Little Broken Hearts
Norah Jones Day Breaks
Novemthree Renewing
really cool, somber folk inspired by nature that uses a very minimalistic approach. incorporates vocals more than expected but it works surprisingly well
Novemthree From these Ashes
Nuclear Assault Survive
Nuclear Assault Game Over
October Falls A Collapse of Faith
Pallbearer Heartless
Panopticon Revisions of the Past
Panopticon / Waldgefluster Panopticon & Waldgeflüster
Pinegrove Cardinal
Pleasure Model Kendo Dynamics
Prong Beg to Differ
Radiator Hospital Play The Songs You Like
Red City Radio The Dangers of Standing Still
Red City Radio Titles
Red City Radio Red City Radio
Regina Spektor What We Saw from the Cheap Seats
Regina Spektor proves how talented she is as a singer/songwriter with one of the most impressive pop releases of 2012. "What We Saw From The Cheap Seats" is creative and at times beautiful, but always fun and quirky. Very well executed pop album with exceptional vocals and an undeniable charm.
Runaway Brother Mother
Sangre de Muerdago & Novemthree Braided Paths
Sara Bareilles Little Voice
Say Anything In Defense of the Genre
Say Anything Say Anything
Selvans Lupercalia
Silverstein Rescue
Simon and Garfunkel Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M.
Sixx:A.M. Heroin Diaries Soundtrack
Sorority Noise Forgettable
Soundtrack (Film) A Goofy Movie
Steely Dan Countdown to Ecstasy
Super Whatevr Good Luck
Taake Kong Vinter
The Ataris Look Forward to Failure
The Ataris All Soul's Day & The Graveyard of the Atlantic
The Beatles Please Please Me
The Byrds Turn! Turn! Turn!
The Early November The Room's Too Cold
The Front Bottoms The Front Bottoms
The Front Bottoms Going Grey
The Get Up Kids Something to Write Home About
The Mountain Goats Beat the Champ
The Mountain Goats Marsh Witch Visions
The Movielife Forty Hour Train Back To Penn
The Promise Ring Very Emergency
The Promise Ring Boys & Girls
The Rolling Stones Exile on Main St.
The Rolling Stones Goats Head Soup
The Smith Street Band Don't Fuck With Our Dreams
The Used Shallow Believer
The Used The Canyon
Third Eye Blind Blue
Tigers Jaw Tigers Jaw
Tomita Tomoya Kirby's Epic Yarn OST
Tonight Alive What Are You So Scared Of?
Trophy Eyes Mend, Move On
Ulver Messe I.X-VI.X
Weatherbox Flies In All Directions
Woods With Light And With Love
You Blew It! Grow Up, Dude

3.4 great
Del Paxton Worst. Summer. Ever.
Falls of Rauros Believe in No Coming Shore
Jean Sibelius Symphony No. 2 in D major, Op. 43
Millencolin True Brew EP
Set Your Goals This Will Be the Death of Us
The Lurking Fear Out Of The Voiceless Grave
Yucky Duster Duster's Lament

3.3 great
Accept The Rise of Chaos
Creeper Eternity, In Your Arms
Del Paxton All Day, Every Day, All Night
Eisley I'm Only Dreaming
Fleet Foxes Fleet Foxes
Great Cynics Like I Belong
Hot Water Music Light it Up
Less Than Jake Sound the Alarm
Millencolin Machine 15
No Use for a Name Keep Them Confused
NOFX Wolves in Wolves' Clothing
Sannhet So Numb
The Swellers Good For Me
Trash Boat Nothing I Write You Will Change What You've Been Through

3.2 good
Audn Farvegir Fyrndar
Blink-182 Neighborhoods
Jimmy Eat World Damage
Knuckle Puck Shapeshifter
First half is mostly standard pop-punk, but there are some great moments on the tail end - with "Conduit" being the best thing they've ever done. The closing trio of tracks show strong potential for a band that's been fairly formulaic since their inception. Not too shabby
Metallica Hardwired... to Self-Destruct
Silverstein Dead Reflection
The Front Bottoms Talon of the Hawk
Tigers Jaw spin
Tiny Moving Parts Pleasant Living

3.1 good
Have Mercy Make The Best Of It

3.0 good
Accept Blind Rage
Amon Amarth Jomsviking
Circa Survive Appendage
Drudkh Slavonic Chronicles
Flogging Molly Speed of Darkness
Great Cynics I Feel Weird
Great Cynics POSI
Have Mercy A Place of Our Own
Iron Maiden The Final Frontier
Make Do and Mend Don't Be Long
Maroon 5 Songs About Jane
Megadeth Th1rt3en
Metallica Death Magnetic
Motion City Soundtrack Panic Stations
New Found Glory Radiosurgery
New Found Glory Makes Me Sick
Nhor Momenta Quintae Essentiae
No Doubt Return of Saturn
No Use for a Name The Feel Good Record of the Year
NOFX Cokie the Clown
NOFX Self Entitled
NOFX Stoke Extinguisher
Novemthree Of my Mothers Weary Wanderings
Relient K Truly Madly Deeply EP
Say Anything Hebrews
Silverstein I Am Alive In Everything I Touch
Sixx:A.M. Prayers For The Damned (Vol. 1)
Spectral Lore Gnosis
Such Gold Deep In A Hole
The Ataris Welcome the Night
The Movielife Cities In Search Of A Heart
The Rolling Stones Out of Our Heads
The Used Artwork
Tigers Jaw Charmer
Turnover Magnolia
Turnover Humblest Pleasures
WATERMEDOWN The Same View With A New Light
Wayfarer Children of the Iron Age
A frustrating album in the sense that there are some great moments, but the overall experience is brought down by some equally mediocre ones. That being said, 'TowardMountains' is more than enough reason to give this album a shot. Featuring the drummer from Blood Incantation, the song gets a really cool, brooding drum intro and contains vocals that seamlessly trade off between death metal growls and black metal shrieks. Despite some pitfalls, they're a band with strong potential.
Winterfylleth The Divination Of Antiquity
Wolf Alice Visions of a Life

2.8 good
Frank Turner Mittens
Ne Obliviscaris Urn

2.7 average
Circa Survive Violent Waves
Megadeth The World Needs a Hero
NOFX Coaster
Panopticon Kentucky
Sorority Noise It Kindly Stopped for Me

2.5 average
Balance and Composure Light We Made
Billy Talent Billy Talent III
Blink-182 California
Drudkh A Furrow Cut Short
Fountains of Wayne Traffic And Weather
Saosin In Search Of Solid Ground
Say Anything Anarchy, My Dear
Set Your Goals Burning At Both Ends
The Front Bottoms Back On Top
The Used Lies for the Liars
The Used Vulnerable

2.0 poor
The Used Imaginary Enemy
Tonight Alive Limitless
Weezer Raditude

1.5 very poor
Maroon 5 Overexposed

1.0 awful
Aiden Knives
Maroon 5 Red Pill Blues

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