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  1. Hey kids, how's about instead of giving you my top 10 albums from some random year in metal I give you my top 10+ albums from each year since my early teens all the way up to the present day in a mix of genres? It'll be mostly metal of course because that's what I mostly listen to, but there will be some other things mixed in here and there as well. Wasn't sure quite where to post this monster but after poking around the site a bit I think this thread seems like the most logical place to me. I initially tried hard to keep this to just 10 albums for each year. There were a few of the 70's
    5 points
  2. Craven Idol - The Shackles of Mammon Diocletian - Gesundrian Disma - Towards the Megalith
    4 points
  3. Nevermore - This Godless Endeavor (album)
    3 points
  4. All Métal Noir Québécois today. Definitely one of the better regional scenes going. Moulin Banal - De Misere & D'Engelures Ciel Nordique - II Csejthe - Reminiscence Sanctuaire - Spectre de Mondes Passes Frozen Shadows - Dans les Bras des Immortels Forteresse - Themes Pour la Rebellion Gris - À l’Âme Enflammée, l’Äme Constellée Ossuaire - La Flamme Noir de Ge'henom
    3 points
  5. Hello guys and goats, I have been totally slammed and missed metal forum-ing, and mostly lost track of a lot of posts and releases and such. But I do have a few notables I have been spinning and want to share! (I can hear the collective "Thank Beelzebub!" go out across the cybersphere) *Disclaimer! I did not double check the true release for all of these - but according to BC they are 2021s. Sometimes a re-release will sneak its way in or contradict MA, and usually I am a stickler for accurate posting! ALSO - I did not search to see if these were posted already! I also attribute corr
    3 points
  6. Yo, Dead. You should bring back your 'unknown classic or piece of shit' poll thing here if you can figure out how to do it. I always liked that and the bigger numbers here could make it more interesting.
    2 points
  7. Vassago - Storm of Satan, Swedish melodic black metal Ondfødt - Norden, black metal Finland Sombre Figures - Streams of Decay, black metal Finland, a bit too chaotic maybe? Perverted Ceremony - Cavernous Hallucinations EP, Belgium, love these guys
    2 points
  8. Entombed/Wolverine Blues FDR
    2 points
  9. KLAUS NOMI ZZ TOP FUNKADELIC
    2 points
  10. Friday late night metal radio was the best (Thursday would have been fine too though). We had a guy called The Unholy One doing a metal show on college radio where I grew up. I got introduced to a few cool bands through his show, and he would put some of his CDs on consignment at one of the record stores after he was through with them, so I got my hands on a couple of things that were hard to get at the time. He read all the band and album names in a growl, so when I heard him say "Naglfar" I thought he said "Nevermore" and went out and bought the Nevermore debut album, which was not at all wh
    2 points
  11. Morbid Angel - Kingdoms Disdained. I don't remember ever getting around to listening to this. Been hearing it every day lately, I do like all of Morbid Angels death metal albums.
    2 points
  12. Dusty Hill is gone, ZZ Top gone, wow what a shame. This one really hits home for me because ZZ is a band I actually listen to on the regular and hold in high esteem. My personal favorite of theirs, Deguello
    2 points
  13. A. SCHOENBERG .....he was terrified of the number 13..... ....man....you're on a roll brother....CLOUD RAT is fucking fyre.....
    2 points
  14. Cloud Rat - Pollinator
    2 points
  15. Black Sabbath - Sabotage (album)
    2 points
  16. Glorificate Genocide - Warwolves Arising
    2 points
  17. Starting out a little mellow this morning Mazzy Star - Still EP Pixies - Surfer Rosa
    2 points
  18. Thanks both. Was okay once the initial disorientation got rationalised to my vision. My mother straight up freaked out when they tried to do her once and she just couldn't go through with it. The experience I take from it is if I ever have to do one again don't ask them for classical music through the headphones. With the blaring and grind of the machine it was like being trapped in some godawful German techno nightclub just in time for the "eclectic" DJ set.
    2 points
  19. Martwa Aura - Morbus Animus
    2 points
  20. JohanV

    What Are You Listening To?

    This band gets mentioned so little, guess because it takes ages until they release new stuff every time. So ridiculously good. Sulphur Aeon - Swallowed by the Ocean's Tide
    2 points
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  22. Into the wish list it goes! So the Castavet revival goes on.....Castavet/Mounds of Ash-fit into a time and place USBM vibe along with artists like Cobalt, Krallice (share band member), Ludicra, etc. This is really a kind of progressive post hardcore, post black kind of affair. Vocally, remind me of Aaron Turner's vocals. Farsot./Failure-keeping the post black or perhaps atmoblack thing rolling...interesting mix of styles And from GoatmasterGeneral's post: Raspberry Bulbs /Before the Age of Mirrors-yep digging this garage punk sound.
    2 points
  23. All good, GG. I know you have a very open musical mind but I don't expect you to like much of what I enthuse over. I just like to poke the goats... And, yes, the album name Obsian bugs me too, and yes, the album is full of intriguing rhythmic and harmonic twists and turns - just the kind of wankery I like. I listened to it every day for an age when it first came out and I am listening just now, just because, and fuck me if I don't love just as much as I did then.
    2 points
  24. Craven Idol - Forked Tongues - newest from these black thrash bastards. Fucking rips.
    2 points
  25. navybsn

    Bluegrass

    The absolute kings!
    1 point
  26. MarkhantonioYeatts

    Bluegrass

    FLATT & SCRUGGS
    1 point
  27. .....nice one, man.... ....Bruce Lamont's saxophone is unmistakable on that third track.....he makes everything he plays on 1000% better....
    1 point
  28. We would have liked to make a living from it, but it was too hard a market to break into and Tassie really is middle of nowhere and too small so as you can see from above cashflows the money simply wasn't there. I had a job working for University and the health department whilst my co-partner was on unemployment benefits.
    1 point
  29. I never realized what a sacrifice it was
    1 point
  30. markm

    What Are You Listening To?

    I credit Navy for turning me onto a bunch of post punk and whateverTF The Pixies are. Surfer Rosa is awesome. My lame ass mellow album of the day goes to alt-indie-folkster Cat Power/Wanderer-really enjoyable singer songwriter bullshit coffee shop fare from 2018 not that there's anything wrong with that 🙃
    1 point
  31. Waiting for the Bus/Jesus Just Left Chicago Just Got Paid And just one more. My introduction to the little band from Texas via my dad. This was his favorite song, and he did a pretty respectable impression of Billy F Gibbons. Never got out of the car no matter what if this song was playing. It was an unwritten family rule. La Grange/Tush
    1 point
  32. Sulphur Aeon - Gateway to the Antisphere
    1 point
  33. Absolute beast of an album.
    1 point
  34. Haha yeah man, I figured that might be the case. I just joined the forum a few days ago, so I'm sure I'll continue to respond to posts that are older and are perhaps obsolete.
    1 point
  35. Los Males Del Mundo - Descent Towards Death
    1 point
  36. Misþyrming - Söngvar elds og óreiðu
    1 point
  37. Kristiko

    What Are You Listening To?

    The Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream (album)
    1 point
  38. Well, he would have been but I missed this. You know your poseur. This seems like my sort of thing. Thanks.
    1 point
  39. Overkill - From the Underground and Below Life of Agony - This Time Life of Agony - Through and Through Sepultura - Refuse/Resist Sacred Reich - Independent
    1 point
  40. blaaacdoommmmfan

    True crime

    yeah Debbie harry reckons bundy almost abducted her, read a newsweek online article about it, i will trust your judgement re the bundy trial. good analysis 👍
    1 point
  41. Manilla Road - The Deluge
    1 point
  42. I love Overkill, they are consistent, they are reliable and they just keep going. But unfortunately that can also be their downfall. I listen to the three most recent albums quite often, but while I still think everything before Horrorscope was great I don't listen to them as much now probably because I over listened to them when they were released. Horrorscope is the only album before WDA that stays in my car all the time. I do like an Overkill live show though. Going to be interesting to see the reaction to DD's new album too.
    1 point
  43. I'm listening to More Hate Productions stuff here and there now but there is 230 albums in the folder and I have no idea.
    1 point
  44. What I think a lot of people may not realize is that extreme metal as a whole, which basically began 40 years ago with the birth of 80's thrash was the combination of traditional early 80's heavy metal, Black Sabbath, Motorhead and early 80's punk, which while not metal was still the original "extreme" music. There would be no thrash metal and therefore no black or death metal as we know it if not for punk. The first wave of black metal and thrash bands of the 80's were all heavily influenced by punk and especially by the aggression of hardcore punk. Death metal sprung directly from thrash so
    1 point
  45. 46 hours fasting, 2 hours eating. I eat cooked steak, I was dabbling with The Primal Diet, pretty much lost interest in that. Dairy causes flatulence, raw meat is tender but not satisfying in taste or satiation. I was looking at circadian rhythm, strangely it is healthier for a human body to eat in the morning. Or at least during daylight. Eating in the morning is no problem for me.
    1 point
  46. Whichever tier of thrash metal you consigned Sacred Reich back in the 80's/90's they still had their moments. "Ignorance" & "Surf Nicaragura" did a great job of establishing the band, whereas "The American Way" just got a little too comfortable and accessible (the title track grates nowadays) for my ears. A couple more records better left forgotten about and then nothing for twenty three years. 2019 alone has now seen three releases from Phil Rind and co. A live EP, a split EP with Iron Reagan and now a full length. Notable addition to the ranks for the current throng of releases
    1 point
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