Mag 5 2013, 1:41 di FinalWinter1976
Apr 29 2013, 12:10 di MetallFist
Mar 26 2013, 13:53 di wrathchild88Well here it is, the top 50 that no-one gives a crap about. Mine. Despite the numberings, it's designed as more of a general upward trend, rather then being 'set in stone' or something because the places will probably change slightly with every listen. Scores range from about 75/100 to 100/100, with a very steep curve up through the 70s up to the mid 80 scores if they were given marks out of 100. I really enjoyed all the albums that made this top 50.
But first, here are some albums that didn't quite make it, along with some EPs, compilations and a live album that I also enjoyed:
Hypnosia rereleased some of their earlier demos under the title “Horror Infernal”. Full of dirty thrashy goodness. There are some different songs to those released on the EP and LP, but also quite a few different versions of songs. If you want to bang your head, this is what you need.
Mekong Delta rerecorded a lot of old songs with the current (seemingly stable!) lineup and released them as “Intersections”. …
Mar 9 2013, 21:17 di FinalWinter1976
Mar 2 2013, 3:42 di emicomSun 24 Feb – Soundwave 2013
【Milestones】11:00-11:30 stage 6
(Brisbane, Aus, since 2010?, pop punk melodic hardcore under 2000 listeners punk relax, similar to Fires Of Waco, Endless Heights, Open Sea, Apart From This, Anchors, Starters)
facebook info http://www.facebook.com/MilestonesAUS/info
Feb 12 2013, 22:23 di kadusei
Feb 11 2013, 19:15 di -Tormentor-1. Viikate - Petäjäveräjät
Genre: Melancholic rock
2. Witchcraft - Legend
Genre: Stoner rock, Hard rock
3. Alcest - Les Voyages De L'âme
Genre: Shoegaze, Black Metal
4. Deathspell Omega - Drought
Genre: Black Metal
5. Caspian - Waking Season
6. The Amazing - Gentle Stream
Gen 19 2013, 17:51 di MATI9630Better late than never.
…or so they say? Well, it is kinda late, but then again, I was too greedy – wanted to rat—I mean, listen to so much music, hence the delay.
Note that my rating scale may (and probably will) differ from yours. Short summary:
9 – amazing
8 – very good, recommended for everyone
7 – not bad, if you like the genre/band very much, you might give it a try…
6 – well, you CAN listen to it, but there’s no point. Boring/annoying for some reason. Not recommended (maybe if you’re a fanboy of the band – but in that case you’d already own the album)
Anything below 6 – no. Just no.
This or the Apocalypse – Dead Years // I’d rather have the Apocalypse…
All That Remains – A War You Can Not Win
As I Lay Dying – Awakened
Ektomorf – Black Flag
Every Time I Die – Ex Lives
Arthemis – We Fight
At Vance – Facing Your Enemy
Cradle of Filth – The Manticore and Other Horrors
Delain – We Are the Others
DragonForce – The Power Within
Eluveitie – Helvetios
Gen 3 2013, 19:15 di Mrozikos667So, yet another issue of the Year End Summary is about to amuse and bewilder you. It was an awesome year for music, and it was also a totally magnificent year for my other passion, cinema, but that's not the place to speak about it. Anyway, for quite some time I've had this thought that this summary business is kinda stupid – suddenly in December you realise how many potentially awesome albums you've missed and then you desperately try to make up for it by listening as much as you can, neglecting your work, studies, family, girlfriend, cat or whatever you've got to care for. Not that I intend to drop doing this or something, I guess I just like doing pointless stuff nobody cares about. Oh well, I start to blabber here. So, let's get ready to rumble!
This or the Apocalypse – Dead Years (The Worst Album of the Year and The Disappointment of the Year; it's actually really, really sad how this band managed to stoop so low after two great releases...)
Gen 3 2013, 15:27 di ozzkan