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  1. Uprising is pretty good too if you haven't already checked it out. Reminds me of this dude I went to high school with who had an Uprising shirt. On the back it said: "GOD IS GREAT - SATAN IS SUPER" lol NP: The Gathering - Always
  2. Modern country. I have an abnormal hatred of it partially because some people where I worked a few years ago used to play it over a radio all day at top volume. So loud in fact that, it'd cause the speakers to distort the sound. There was no escaping it. Eventually a bunch of people (including myself) complained about it, so it stopped. Aside from that, everything that's ever been bad in popular music is the formula for modern country. There's types of music that I don't want to hear, but that stuff definitely outranks them all in being my least favorite.
  3. I'm gonna watch For a Few Dollars More tonight. I got it on an old Clint Eastwood DVD collection that I've had for a while that also has A Fistful of Dollars, The Good, The Bad and the Ugly and also Hang 'Em High. Hell, I might try watching them all this week.
  4. Cynic - Uroboric Forms - The Complete Demo Recordings It's nice to have this stuff on an official compilation. Too bad they didn't keep sounding like they did on their '90 and '91 demos.
  5. Marduk - Nightwing Vader - De Profundis Dim Mak - Knives of Ice
  6. Allan Holdsworth (R.I.P.) - Atavachron
  7. 9/10 Macabre rules. Yeah, probably why I didn't enjoy it more--not being in the mood for it at the time. I've just started listening doom metal more and spent some time last night checking out recommendations in the doom metal 101 thread. I could get into funeral doom eventually.
  8. Devilyn - Anger Mysticum - Planet Satan Mayhem - From the Darkest Past
  9. 6/10 Granted I'm not very familiar with Funeral Doom. But I did like the trance-like effect of that song. Extremely slow, yes. Fuck, it's like the soundtrack to soil erosion. These guys are something else:
  10. I shamefully forgot Jesse Pintado as well. He had such a great distinctive style and wrote the most crushingly heavy and aggressive riffs.
  11. 5/10 Vocals killed it for me but not bad otherwise.
  12. Tartaros - The Red Jewel Perversor - Cult of Destruction Cirrhosis - Alcoholic Death Noise
  13. Hate Eternal - Infernus Memoriam - For the Fallen
  14. Sickening Gore - Destructive Reality
  15. --- Top Ten / Black Metal --- - Ildjarn - Det frysende nordariket Harsh, raw and abstract. - Mysticum - Lost Masters of the Universe Although In the Streams of Inferno is great, this compilation has a better presentation of the same songs from earlier demos and other releases, plus other tracks that are unmissable ("Black Magic Mushrooms"). - Dodheimsgard - Kronet til Konge Aldrahn on guitars/vocals and Fenriz notably on bass. - Immortal - Pure Holocaust Immortal's high-water mark. - Zyklon-B - Blood Must Be Shed Kind of a "supergroup" line-up (Aldrahn, Samoth, Ihsahn, and Frost). Just under 11 minutes long, but some of the best black metal ever recorded. - Mayhem - De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas It stands alone for what it is, enough said. - Emperor - Emperor/Wrath of the Tyrant Classic early Emperor. - Niden Div. 187 - Impergium/Towards Judgement Both Niden releases on this compilation. The music here paints a portrait of war and death with a sound that encircles the listener within its realm. - Tartaros - The Grand Psychotic Castle This EP is goddamn strange and ballsy. - Darkthrone - A Blaze in the Northern Sky Of all Darkthrone's albums, this one resonates with me the most. Runners up: Marduk - Those of the Unlight, Necromantia - Crossing the Fiery Path, Arcturus - Constellation, Sort Vokter - Folkloric Necro Metal Note: there's no particular order to this list, and I chose albums that I've liked for a long time and often come back to instead of what I've been listening to lately.
  16. I hadn't heard of Krypts until sometime last month, but all their stuff I've heard is cool shit. It's been rainy, cold, windy, shitty weather all day here. Good for sitting around and listening to death metal. Now playing: Internecine - The Book of Lambs
  17. Besides those already mentioned, Syd Barrett, Jeff Hanneman, Edgar Froese. Cliff Burton inspired me to take up the bass when I was younger. He died the same year that I was born. And Roger Patterson from Atheist; his playing sounded natural and effortless even though his bass lines were so technical and wild.
  18. Krypts - Remnants of Expansion Suffocation - Human Waste
  19. Pentagram Chile - The Malefice
  20. Jerry's Kids - Is This My World?