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Jimmy Neeson
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MASTODON - The Hunter Progressive Metal | review permalink
MASTODON - Crack The Skye Sludge Metal | review permalink
MASTODON - Blood Mountain Sludge Metal | review permalink
MASTODON - Leviathan Sludge Metal | review permalink
MASTODON - Live At The Aragon Sludge Metal | review permalink
AMON AMARTH - With Oden on Our Side Melodic Death Metal | review permalink
AMON AMARTH - Twilight of the Thunder God Melodic Death Metal | review permalink
AMON AMARTH - Wrath of the Norsemen Melodic Death Metal | review permalink
AMON AMARTH - Surtur Rising Melodic Death Metal | review permalink
ANNIHILATOR - Live at Masters of Rock Thrash Metal | review permalink
ANTHRAX - Worship Music Thrash Metal | review permalink
ARCHITECTS - The Here and Now Metalcore | review permalink
BRING ME THE HORIZON - Suicide Season Metalcore | review permalink
CARPATHIAN FOREST - We're Going to Hollywood for This Black Metal | review permalink
CHIMAIRA - Chimaira Groove Metal | review permalink
CHIMAIRA - The Infection Groove Metal | review permalink
CHIMAIRA - The Dehumanizing Process Groove Metal | review permalink
CHIMAIRA - Coming Alive Groove Metal | review permalink
CLUTCH - Live in Flint, Michigan Hard Rock | review permalink
CLUTCH - Blast Tyrant Hard Rock | review permalink
CLUTCH - Robot Hive / Exodus Hard Rock | review permalink
CLUTCH - Strange Cousins From the West Hard Rock | review permalink
CLUTCH - Clutch: Live at the 9:30 Hard Rock | review permalink
DIO - Holy Diver Live Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
DIO - Holy Diver Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
DIO - The Last in Line Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
DEVILDRIVER - Pray for Villains Groove Metal | review permalink
DOWN - NOLA Sludge Metal | review permalink
DOWN - Down III: Over the Under Sludge Metal | review permalink
DOZER - Through The Eyes Of Heathens Stoner Metal | review permalink
FORBIDDEN - Forbidden Evil Thrash Metal | review permalink
SODOM - Agent Orange Thrash Metal | review permalink
ZYKLON - The Storm Manifesto Death Metal | review permalink
COHEED AND CAMBRIA - Good Apollo I'm Burning Star IV, Volume Two: No World for Tomorrow Hard Rock | review permalink
COHEED AND CAMBRIA - Year of the Black Rainbow Hard Rock | review permalink
COHEED AND CAMBRIA - Neverender: Children of the Fence Edition Hard Rock | review permalink
KYUSS - Welcome To Sky Valley Stoner Metal | review permalink
MARILYN MANSON - The Last Tour on Earth Industrial Metal | review permalink
PANTERA - Official Live: 101 Proof Groove Metal | review permalink
KISS - Sonic Boom Hard Rock | review permalink
KISS - Rock The Nation Live! Hard Rock | review permalink
BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION - 2 Hard Rock | review permalink
PARKWAY DRIVE - Deep Blue Metalcore | review permalink
NAPALM DEATH - Harmony Corruption Death Metal | review permalink
NAPALM DEATH - Fear, Emptiness, Despair Death Metal | review permalink
NAPALM DEATH - Enemy of the Music Business Death Metal | review permalink
SHADOWS FALL - Retribution Metalcore | review permalink
SOULFLY - Prophecy Groove Metal | review permalink
TRIVIUM - Ascendancy Metalcore | review permalink
TRIVIUM - Shogun Metalcore | review permalink
TESTAMENT - Practice What You Preach Thrash Metal | review permalink
TESTAMENT - The Formation Of Damnation Thrash Metal | review permalink
TESTAMENT - Live in London Thrash Metal | review permalink
MEGADETH - Endgame Thrash Metal | review permalink
MEGADETH - That One Night - Live in Buenos Aires Thrash Metal | review permalink
MUDVAYNE - L.D. 50 Nu Metal | review permalink
MUDVAYNE - The End of All Things to Come Nu Metal | review permalink
MACHINE HEAD - Elegies Groove Metal | review permalink
MACHINE HEAD - The Blackening Groove Metal | review permalink
MACHINE HEAD - Burn My Eyes Groove Metal | review permalink
MACHINE HEAD - Unto the Locust Groove Metal | review permalink
LAMB OF GOD - Killadelphia Groove Metal | review permalink
LAMB OF GOD - Walk With Me In Hell Groove Metal | review permalink
LAMB OF GOD - Wrath Groove Metal | review permalink
LAMB OF GOD - Sacrament Groove Metal | review permalink
KREATOR - Hordes of Chaos Thrash Metal | review permalink
KREATOR - Enemy of God Thrash Metal | review permalink
KREATOR - Coma of Souls Thrash Metal | review permalink
KREATOR - Extreme Aggression Thrash Metal | review permalink
KILLSWITCH ENGAGE - Alive or Just Breathing Metalcore | review permalink
KILLSWITCH ENGAGE - The End of Heartache Metalcore | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Unleashed In The East Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Painkiller Power Metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Screaming For Vengeance Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - British Steel Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
HATEBREED - Hatebreed Metalcore | review permalink
EXODUS - Fabulous Disaster Thrash Metal | review permalink
EXODUS - Shovel Headed Kill Machine Thrash Metal | review permalink
EXODUS - The Atrocity Exhibition: Exhibit A Thrash Metal | review permalink
EXODUS - Exhibit B: The Human Condition Thrash Metal | review permalink
SLIPKNOT - (sic)nesses Nu Metal | review permalink
RUSH - Hemispheres Hard Rock | review permalink
SHRINEBUILDER - Shrinebuilder Doom Metal | review permalink
PANTERA - Reinventing the Steel Groove Metal | review permalink
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - Deliverance Stoner Metal | review permalink
THE GRAND ASTORIA - Omnipresence Doom Metal | review permalink
THE GRAND ASTORIA - Caesar Enters The Palace Of Doom Doom Metal | review permalink
BLACK TUSK - Set the Dial Sludge Metal | review permalink
QUEEN - Queen Rock Montreal & Live Aid Hard Rock | review permalink
IMMORTAL - Sons of Northern Darkness Black Metal
PEARL JAM - Backspacer Hard Rock | review permalink
MUSHROOMHEAD - XIII Nu Metal
LAMB OF GOD - Resolution Groove Metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Sin After Sin Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
LIMP BIZKIT - The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1) Nu Metal
QUEENSRŸCHE - Operation: Mindcrime Progressive Metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Sad Wings Of Destiny Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
ACCEPT - Stalingrad Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
DOZER - Call It Conspiracy Stoner Metal | review permalink
CLUTCH - Pigtown Blues Non-Metal | review permalink
RIVERSIDE - Anno Domini High Definition Progressive Metal | review permalink
RUSH - Clockwork Angels Hard Rock | review permalink
ARCHITECTS - Daybreaker Metalcore | review permalink
DISTORTED HARMONY - Utopia Progressive Metal | review permalink
BARONESS - Yellow & Green Hard Rock | review permalink
MUSHROOMHEAD - Beautiful Stories For Ugly Children Nu Metal | review permalink
MONSTER MAGNET - Mastermind Hard Rock | review permalink
BRING ME THE HORIZON - Sempiternal Metalcore | review permalink
CLUTCH - Earth Rocker Hard Rock | review permalink
COHEED AND CAMBRIA - The Afterman: Descension Hard Rock | review permalink
GAMMA RAY - Land of the Free Power Metal | review permalink
FAIR TO MIDLAND - Arrows & Anchors Progressive Metal | review permalink
RIVERSIDE - Shrine of New Generation Slaves Metal Related | review permalink
GAMMA RAY - Somewhere Out in Space Power Metal | review permalink
RIVERSIDE - Rapid Eye Movement Metal Related | review permalink
RIVERSIDE - Second Life Syndrome Metal Related | review permalink
ANATHEMA - Weather Systems Non-Metal | review permalink
MELECHESH - Sphynx Melodic Black Metal | review permalink
MELECHESH - The Epigenesis Melodic Black Metal | review permalink
PANTERA - Vulgar Display of Power Groove Metal
PROTEST THE HERO - Scurrilous Metalcore | review permalink
PROTEST THE HERO - Kezia Metalcore | review permalink
SLIPKNOT - Slipknot Nu Metal
SLIPKNOT - Iowa Nu Metal
TESSERACT - Altered State Progressive Metal
MONUMENTS - Gnosis Metalcore
KING CRIMSON - Red Proto-Metal
TOOL - Lateralus Progressive Metal
HELLOWEEN - Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II Power Metal
ANNIHILATOR - Alice in Hell Thrash Metal
ANTHRAX - Among The Living Thrash Metal
MEGADETH - So Far, So Good... So What! Thrash Metal
PORCUPINE TREE - Fear Of A Blank Planet Metal Related
TOOL - 10,000 Days Progressive Metal
GUNS N' ROSES - Appetite For Destruction Hard Rock
BIOHAZARD - Means to an End Hardcore and crust
BIOHAZARD - No Holds Barred: Live in Europe Hardcore and crust
MARILYN MANSON - Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death) Industrial Metal
MARILYN MANSON - Antichrist Superstar Industrial Metal
PROTEST THE HERO - Volition Metalcore | review permalink
ICED EARTH - Live in Ancient Kourion US Power Metal | review permalink
CANNIBAL CORPSE - The Wretched Spawn Death Metal
HELLOWEEN - Keeper of the Seven Keys Part I Power Metal
OPETH - In Live Concert at the Royal Albert Hall Progressive Metal
ACCEPT - Blind Rage Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
SAXON - The Eagle Has Landed NWoBHM
NAPALM DEATH - Noise for Music's Sake Death Metal
LIFE OF AGONY - River Runs Red Hardcore and crust | review permalink
SLIPKNOT - Disasterpieces Nu Metal
SLIPKNOT - Slipknot - Disasterpieces Nu Metal
MACHINE HEAD - Bloodstone & Diamonds Groove Metal | review permalink
SABATON - Carolus Rex Power Metal | review permalink
RISHLOO - Living As Ghosts With Buildings As Teeth Progressive Metal | review permalink
RISHLOO - Feathergun Alternative Metal | review permalink
FEAR FACTORY - Archetype Industrial Metal | review permalink
BLIND GUARDIAN - Somewhere Far Beyond Power Metal | review permalink
BRING ME THE HORIZON - That's the Spirit Metalcore | review permalink
CLUTCH - Psychic Warfare Hard Rock | review permalink
PRIMAL FEAR - Jaws of Death Power Metal | review permalink
TRIVIUM - The Sin And The Sentence Metalcore | review permalink
MASTODON - The Workhorse Chronicles: The Early Years 2000-2005 Sludge Metal | review permalink
AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE - The War Of Art Nu Metal | review permalink
ANNIHILATOR - Annihilator Thrash Metal | review permalink
ANTHRAX - Alive 2: The DVD Thrash Metal | review permalink
BARONESS - Blue Record Sludge Metal | review permalink
CARPATHIAN FOREST - Defending the Throne of Evil Black Metal | review permalink
CHIMAIRA - The Impossibility Of Reason Groove Metal | review permalink
CHIMAIRA - Resurrection Groove Metal | review permalink
CLUTCH - Clutch Hard Rock | review permalink
CLUTCH - The Elephant Riders Hard Rock | review permalink
CLUTCH - Pure Rock Fury Hard Rock | review permalink
CLUTCH - From Beale Street to Oblivion Hard Rock | review permalink
DIO - Sacred Heart Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
DIO - Dream Evil Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
DEATH ANGEL - Act III Thrash Metal | review permalink
DEVILDRIVER - DevilDriver Groove Metal | review permalink
DEVILDRIVER - The Fury of Our Maker's Hand Groove Metal | review permalink
DEVILDRIVER - The Last Kind Words Groove Metal | review permalink
DEVILDRIVER - Beast Groove Metal | review permalink
DOWN - Down II: A Bustle in Your Hedgerow... Sludge Metal | review permalink
ENTOMBED - Inferno Death 'n' Roll | review permalink
FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH - The Way of the Fist Groove Metal | review permalink
FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH - War Is the Answer Groove Metal | review permalink
FLAW - Through the Eyes Nu Metal | review permalink
SACRED REICH - The American Way Thrash Metal | review permalink
FORBIDDEN - Twisted Into Form Thrash Metal | review permalink
FORBIDDEN - Omega Wave Thrash Metal | review permalink
OVERKILL - Overkill: Wrecking Everything - Live Thrash Metal | review permalink
OVERKILL - Ironbound Thrash Metal | review permalink
SERJ TANKIAN - Elect the Dead Symphony Alternative Metal | review permalink
SLAYER - World Painted Blood Thrash Metal | review permalink
COHEED AND CAMBRIA - The Second Stage Turbine Blade Hard Rock | review permalink
COHEED AND CAMBRIA - In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3 Hard Rock | review permalink
KYUSS - Blues For The Red Sun Stoner Metal | review permalink
KYUSS - ...And The Circus Leaves Town Stoner Metal | review permalink
HEATHEN - Victims of Deception Thrash Metal
ENTOMBED - Morning Star Death 'n' Roll | review permalink
PARKWAY DRIVE - Horizons Metalcore | review permalink
NEUROSIS - A Sun That Never Sets Atmospheric Sludge Metal | review permalink
NAPALM DEATH - Utopia Banished Death Metal | review permalink
NAPALM DEATH - The Code Is Red... Long Live the Code Death Metal | review permalink
NAPALM DEATH - Punishment in Capitals Death Metal | review permalink
OZZY OSBOURNE - Blizzard Of Ozz Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
OZZY OSBOURNE - Diary Of A Madman Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
OZZY OSBOURNE - No Rest For The Wicked Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
OZZY OSBOURNE - No More Tears Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
OZZY OSBOURNE - Ozzmosis Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
SHADOWS FALL - The Art of Balance Metalcore | review permalink
SHADOWS FALL - Threads of Life Metalcore | review permalink
SOULFLY - Dark Ages Groove Metal | review permalink
SOULFLY - Conquer Groove Metal | review permalink
TRIVIUM - In Waves Metalcore | review permalink
TESTAMENT - The Legacy Thrash Metal | review permalink
TESTAMENT - The New Order Thrash Metal | review permalink
MEGADETH - United Abominations Thrash Metal | review permalink
MEGADETH - Rude Awakening Thrash Metal | review permalink
MUDVAYNE - Mudvayne Alternative Metal | review permalink
MACHINE HEAD - Hellalive Groove Metal | review permalink
MACHINE HEAD - Through the Ashes of Empires Groove Metal | review permalink
MACHINE HEAD - The More Things Change... Groove Metal | review permalink
LAMB OF GOD - Ashes of the Wake Groove Metal | review permalink
KREATOR - Violent Revolution Thrash Metal | review permalink
KREATOR - At the Pulse of Kapitulation: Live in East Berlin, 1990 (DVD/CD) Thrash Metal | review permalink
KREATOR - Terrible Certainty Thrash Metal | review permalink
KREATOR - Pleasure to Kill Thrash Metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Angel Of Retribution Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Ram It Down Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Defenders Of The Faith Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
HATEBREED - Supremacy Metalcore | review permalink
HATEBREED - The Rise of Brutality Metalcore | review permalink
HATEBREED - Perseverance Metalcore | review permalink
EXODUS - Tempo of the Damned Thrash Metal | review permalink
HIGH ON FIRE - Death Is This Communion Stoner Metal | review permalink
BARONESS - Red Album Sludge Metal | review permalink
GAMA BOMB - Tales From the Grave in Space Thrash Metal | review permalink
KOWLOON WALLED CITY - Turk Street Sludge Metal | review permalink
KOWLOON WALLED CITY - Gambling on the Richter Scale Sludge Metal | review permalink
MEGADETH - Killing Is My Business... And Business Is Good! Thrash Metal | review permalink
CUDA - Hellfire Doom Metal
FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH - American Capitalist Groove Metal | review permalink
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - Wiseblood Stoner Metal | review permalink
SHEAVY - Celestial Hi-Fi Stoner Metal | review permalink
MEGADETH - TH1RT3EN Thrash Metal | review permalink
MONSTER MAGNET - Monolithic Baby! Hard Rock | review permalink
FU MANCHU - In Search Of... Hard Rock | review permalink
VIO-LENCE - Eternal Nightmare Thrash Metal | review permalink
FU MANCHU - Go For It... Live! Hard Rock | review permalink
ANVIL - Monument Of Metal Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
MUSHROOMHEAD - XX Nu Metal
BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION - Black Country Hard Rock | review permalink
DOZER - Beyond Colossal Stoner Metal | review permalink
MONSTER MAGNET - Spine of God Hard Rock | review permalink
NAPALM DEATH - Utilitarian Death Metal | review permalink
SOULFLY - Enslaved Groove Metal | review permalink
BLACKFOOT - Marauder Hard Rock | review permalink
QUEENSRŸCHE - The Warning Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
NUCLEAR ASSAULT - Handle With Care Thrash Metal | review permalink
SHADOWS FALL - Fire from the Sky Metalcore | review permalink
BLACK MOTH - The Killing Jar Doom Metal | review permalink
SAVAGE MESSIAH - Plague Of Conscience Thrash Metal | review permalink
QUEENSRŸCHE - Empire Progressive Metal | review permalink
FEAR FACTORY - Demanufacture Industrial Metal
FEAR FACTORY - Obsolete Industrial Metal
QUEENSRŸCHE - Queensrÿche Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
NUCLEAR ASSAULT - Survive Thrash Metal | review permalink
PERIPHERY - Periphery II : This Time It's Personal Progressive Metal | review permalink
TESTAMENT - Dark Roots Of Earth Thrash Metal | review permalink
SAVATAGE - Hall Of The Mountain King Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
ACCEPT - Blood of the Nations Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
SAVATAGE - Gutter Ballet Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION - Afterglow Hard Rock | review permalink
COHEED AND CAMBRIA - The Afterman: Ascension Hard Rock | review permalink
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY - Stronger Than Death Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
KILLSWITCH ENGAGE - Disarm the Descent Metalcore | review permalink
GAMMA RAY - No World Order Power Metal | review permalink
GAMMA RAY - Heading for Tomorrow Power Metal | review permalink
MONSTER MAGNET - 4-Way Diablo Hard Rock | review permalink
SAVATAGE - Handful Of Rain Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY - Order of the Black Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
CHILDREN OF BODOM - Hate Crew Deathroll Melodic Death Metal | review permalink
QUEENSRŸCHE - Queensrÿche Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
DEEP PURPLE - Now What?! Hard Rock | review permalink
PERIPHERY - Periphery Metalcore
ANNIHILATOR - Never, Neverland Thrash Metal
LED ZEPPELIN - Led Zeppelin IV Hard Rock
IRON MAIDEN - Powerslave NWoBHM
METALLICA - Master of Puppets Thrash Metal
MEGADETH - Rust in Peace Thrash Metal
SLAYER - South of Heaven Thrash Metal
TOOL - Ænima Alternative Metal
PAIN OF SALVATION - The Perfect Element, Part 1 Progressive Metal
PORCUPINE TREE - Deadwing Metal Related
DEEP PURPLE - Deep Purple In Rock Hard Rock
SYSTEM OF A DOWN - Mezmerize Alternative Metal
MÖTLEY CRÜE - Shout At The Devil Glam Metal
BIOHAZARD - Urban Discipline Hardcore and crust
BIOHAZARD - Mata Leão Hardcore and crust
BIOHAZARD - Uncivilization Hardcore and crust
SAXON - Strong Arm of the Law NWoBHM
DIAMOND HEAD - Lightning to the Nations NWoBHM
MARILYN MANSON - Mechanical Animals Industrial Metal
TESTAMENT - Dark Roots of Thrash Thrash Metal | review permalink
PERIPHERY - Clear Progressive Metal | review permalink
HELLOWEEN - The Time of the Oath Power Metal | review permalink
TESSERACT - One Progressive Metal | review permalink
METALLICA - ...And Justice for All Thrash Metal
RUSH - A Farewell to Kings Hard Rock
CHILDREN OF BODOM - Follow the Reaper Melodic Death Metal | review permalink
CHILDREN OF BODOM - Hatebreeder Melodic Death Metal | review permalink
HELLOWEEN - 7 Sinners Power Metal | review permalink
HELLOWEEN - Straight Out of Hell Power Metal | review permalink
STRATOVARIUS - Visions Power Metal | review permalink
ICED EARTH - The Glorious Burden US Power Metal | review permalink
W.A.S.P. - The Crimson Idol Traditional heavy metal
SAXON - Denim and Leather NWoBHM
PEARL JAM - Vs. Hard Rock
PEARL JAM - Lost Dogs Hard Rock
MANOWAR - Kings of Metal Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
MANOWAR - The Triumph of Steel US Power Metal | review permalink
NAPALM DEATH - The DVD Death Metal
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - IX Stoner Metal | review permalink
SLIPKNOT - .5: The Gray Chapter Alternative Metal | review permalink
GRIM REAPER - Fear No Evil NWoBHM | review permalink
SABATON - Coat Of Arms Power Metal | review permalink
RISHLOO - Eidolon Alternative Metal | review permalink
FREEDOM CALL - Stairway to Fairyland Power Metal | review permalink
FREEDOM CALL - Crystal Empire Power Metal | review permalink
ANGRA - Angels Cry Power Metal | review permalink
BLIND GUARDIAN - Nightfall in Middle-Earth Power Metal | review permalink
STRATOVARIUS - Under Flaming Winter Skies - Live in Tampere Power Metal | review permalink
ANGRA - Angels Cry: 20th Anniversary Tour Power Metal | review permalink
MEGADETH - Peace Sells... But Who's Buying? Thrash Metal
PARKWAY DRIVE - Ire Metalcore | review permalink
QUEENSRŸCHE - Condition Hüman Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
FEAR FACTORY - Genexus Industrial Metal | review permalink
ARCHITECTS - Lost Forever // Lost Together Metalcore | review permalink
BARONESS - Purple Stoner Metal | review permalink
ROB ZOMBIE - Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor Industrial Metal | review permalink
SONATA ARCTICA - Ecliptica Power Metal | review permalink
EDGUY - Theater of Salvation Power Metal | review permalink
EXODUS - Blood In, Blood Out Thrash Metal | review permalink
PRONG - Carved Into Stone Groove Metal | review permalink
EDGUY - The Savage Poetry Power Metal | review permalink
MASTODON - Remission Sludge Metal | review permalink
MASTODON - Jonah Hex: Revenge Gets Ugly EP Progressive Metal | review permalink
MASTODON - Call Of The Mastodon Sludge Metal | review permalink
ARCHITECTS - Hollow Crown Metalcore | review permalink
BLACK TUSK - Taste the Sin Sludge Metal | review permalink
CHIMAIRA - The Age of Hell Groove Metal | review permalink
CLUTCH - Slow Hole to China: Rare and Rereleased Hard Rock | review permalink
CLUTCH - Live at the Googolplex Hard Rock | review permalink
SACRED REICH - Still Ignorant: 1987-1997 Live Thrash Metal | review permalink
JASTA - Jasta Metalcore | review permalink
RISE TO REMAIN - Bridges Will Burn EP Metalcore | review permalink
RISE TO REMAIN - City of Vultures Metalcore | review permalink
SLEEP - Sleep's Holy Mountain Stoner Metal | review permalink
SLEEP - Jerusalem Stoner Metal | review permalink
SLEEP - Dopesmoker Stoner Metal | review permalink
ZYKLON - Storm Detonation Live Death Metal | review permalink
KYUSS - Muchas Gracias: The Best Of Kyuss Stoner Metal | review permalink
ANTHRAX - Stomp 442 Groove Metal | review permalink
KISS - Symphony: The DVD Hard Rock | review permalink
PARKWAY DRIVE - Don't Close Your Eyes Metalcore | review permalink
NAPALM DEATH - Order of the Leech Death Metal | review permalink
NAPALM DEATH - Smear Campaign Death Metal | review permalink
NAPALM DEATH - Time Waits for No Slave Death Metal | review permalink
OZZY OSBOURNE - Down To Earth Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
SHADOWS FALL - The War Within Metalcore | review permalink
SOULFLY - The Song Remains Insane Groove Metal | review permalink
SOULFLY - 3 Nu Metal | review permalink
TRIVIUM - The Crusade Thrash Metal | review permalink
TESTAMENT - Souls of Black Thrash Metal | review permalink
MEGADETH - The World Needs a Hero Thrash Metal | review permalink
MEGADETH - The System Has Failed Thrash Metal | review permalink
LAMB OF GOD - As the Palaces Burn Groove Metal | review permalink
KILLSWITCH ENGAGE - As Daylight Dies Metalcore | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Rising In The East Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Nostradamus Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Turbo Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
EXODUS - Bonded by Blood Thrash Metal | review permalink
EXODUS - Pleasures of the Flesh Thrash Metal | review permalink
EXODUS - Impact Is Imminent Thrash Metal | review permalink
MARILYN MANSON - Guns, God And Government Live In L.A. Industrial Metal | review permalink
AMERICAN HEAD CHARGE - The Feeding Nu Metal | review permalink
NEUROSIS - Sovereign Atmospheric Sludge Metal | review permalink
OVERKILL - Fuck You and Then Some Thrash Metal | review permalink
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - Live Volume: The Movie Stoner Metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Stained Class Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
FORBIDDEN - Distortion Thrash Metal | review permalink
PRIMEVIL - Smokin' Bats at Campton's Proto-Metal | review permalink
DEATH ANGEL - Frolic Through the Park Thrash Metal | review permalink
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - America's Volume Dealer Stoner Metal | review permalink
RED FANG - Murder the Mountains Doom Metal | review permalink
SHEAVY - The Electric Sleep Stoner Metal | review permalink
SHEAVY - Synchronized Stoner Metal | review permalink
SHEAVY - Republic? Stoner Metal | review permalink
SIXTY WATT SHAMAN - Reason to Live Doom Metal | review permalink
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - In the Arms of God Stoner Metal | review permalink
FIVE HORSE JOHNSON - The Last Men On Earth Hard Rock | review permalink
MONSTER MAGNET - Superjudge Hard Rock | review permalink
MONSTER MAGNET - Dopes to Infinity Hard Rock | review permalink
MONSTER MAGNET - God Says No Hard Rock | review permalink
FIVE HORSE JOHNSON - The Mystery Spot Non-Metal | review permalink
RED STARS PARADE - Lutine Belle Doom Metal
FIVE HORSE JOHNSON - The No. 6 Dance Non-Metal | review permalink
THE GRAND ASTORIA - The Grand Astoria Doom Metal | review permalink
CRADLE OF FILTH - Dusk and Her Embrace Symphonic Black Metal
CRADLE OF FILTH - Damnation and a Day Gothic Metal
CRADLE OF FILTH - V Empire or Dark Faerytales in Phallustein Symphonic Black Metal
CRADLE OF FILTH - Bitter Suites to Succubi Gothic Metal
FU MANCHU - California Crossing Hard Rock | review permalink
SHEAVY - The Machine That Won the War Stoner Metal | review permalink
ROBOT LORDS OF TOKYO - Whiskey, Blood & Napalm Doom Metal | review permalink
VIO-LENCE - Oppressing the Masses Thrash Metal | review permalink
DOZER - In The Tail Of a Comet / Madre De Dios Stoner Metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Killing Machine Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - Corrosion of Conformity Stoner Metal | review permalink
BIOHAZARD - Reborn In Defiance Hardcore and crust | review permalink
ARCHITECTS - Ruin Metalcore | review permalink
BLACKFOOT - Tomcattin' Hard Rock | review permalink
SIXTY WATT SHAMAN - Seed of Decades Doom Metal | review permalink
QUEENSRŸCHE - Mindcrime At The Moore Progressive Metal | review permalink
BLACKFOOT - Strikes Hard Rock | review permalink
QUEENSRŸCHE - Promised Land Progressive Metal | review permalink
MARILYN MANSON - Born Villain Industrial Metal | review permalink
QUEENSRŸCHE - Operation: Mindcrime II Progressive Metal | review permalink
FEAR FACTORY - Digimortal Industrial Metal
EARTHRIDE - Vampire Circus Doom Metal
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SLIPKNOT - Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses) Nu Metal
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KING CRIMSON - Larks' Tongues In Aspic Proto-Metal
DEEP PURPLE - Machine Head Hard Rock
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METALLICA - Ride the Lightning Thrash Metal
PANTERA - Cowboys From Hell Groove Metal
SLAYER - Seasons in the Abyss Thrash Metal
MEGADETH - Countdown to Extinction Thrash Metal
RAINBOW - Rising Traditional heavy metal
IRON MAIDEN - Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son Traditional heavy metal
BLACK SABBATH - Heaven And Hell Traditional heavy metal
MOTÖRHEAD - Ace of Spades Traditional heavy metal
IRON MAIDEN - Piece Of Mind NWoBHM
IRON MAIDEN - Somewhere In Time Traditional heavy metal
MOTÖRHEAD - Bomber Traditional heavy metal
IRON MAIDEN - Killers NWoBHM
BLACK SABBATH - Mob Rules Traditional heavy metal
DREAM THEATER - Images and Words Progressive Metal
PORCUPINE TREE - In Absentia Metal Related
PORCUPINE TREE - The Incident Metal Related
AC/DC - Back In Black Hard Rock
VAN HALEN - Van Halen Hard Rock
RUSH - Permanent Waves Hard Rock
KING CRIMSON - In The Court Of The Crimson King Proto-Metal
RUSH - 2112 Hard Rock
DEEP PURPLE - Fireball Hard Rock
LED ZEPPELIN - Presence Hard Rock
DEEP PURPLE - Burn Hard Rock
ALICE IN CHAINS - Dirt Alternative Metal
SYSTEM OF A DOWN - Toxicity Alternative Metal
FAITH NO MORE - Angel Dust Alternative Metal
SOUNDGARDEN - Badmotorfinger Alternative Metal
SKID ROW - Skid Row Glam Metal
SAXON - Wheels of Steel NWoBHM
RAMMSTEIN - Mutter Industrial Metal
W.A.S.P. - The Last Command Traditional heavy metal
RED FANG - Whales & Leeches Doom Metal | review permalink
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TWISTED SISTER - You Can't Stop Rock 'N' Roll Traditional heavy metal
TWISTED SISTER - Stay Hungry Traditional heavy metal
TWISTED SISTER - Come Out And Play Traditional heavy metal
PROTEST THE HERO - Fortress Metalcore | review permalink
BLACK SABBATH - 13 Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
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CHILDREN OF BODOM - Something Wild Melodic Death Metal | review permalink
CHILDREN OF BODOM - Are You Dead Yet? Melodic Death Metal | review permalink
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OVERKILL - Taking Over Thrash Metal
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OPETH - Watershed Progressive Metal
OPETH - Deliverance Progressive Metal
OPETH - Damnation Non-Metal
MANOWAR - Sign of the Hammer Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
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NAPALM DEATH - Death by Manipulation Death Metal
NAPALM DEATH - Diatribes / Greed Killing / Bootlegged In Japan Death Metal
NAPALM DEATH - Inside the Torn Apart / Words from the Exit Wound / Breed to Breathe Death Metal
LIFE OF AGONY - Ugly Alternative Metal | review permalink
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HELLOWEEN - Walls of Jericho Speed Metal | review permalink
RAVEN - All for One NWoBHM | review permalink
HELLOWEEN - Keeper of the Seven Keys: The Legacy Power Metal | review permalink
STRATOVARIUS - Destiny Power Metal | review permalink
MAGIC KINGDOM - Savage Requiem Power Metal
FREEDOM CALL - Eternity Power Metal | review permalink
FREEDOM CALL - The Circle of Life Power Metal | review permalink
GAMMA RAY - Power Plant Power Metal | review permalink
ANGRA - Holy Land Power Metal | review permalink
HAMMERFALL - Renegade Power Metal | review permalink
TESSERACT - Polaris Progressive Metal | review permalink
HELLOWEEN - My God-Given Right Power Metal | review permalink
FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH - Got Your Six Groove Metal | review permalink
BLIND GUARDIAN - Imaginations From the Other Side Power Metal | review permalink
COHEED AND CAMBRIA - The Color Before the Sun Hard Rock | review permalink
MANOWAR - The Lord Of Steel Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
TRIVIUM - Silence In The Snow Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
MEGADETH - Dystopia Thrash Metal | review permalink
BLIND GUARDIAN - Tales From the Twilight World Power Metal | review permalink
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - Live Volume Stoner Metal
IRON SAVIOR - Iron Savior Power Metal | review permalink
ACCEPT - Restless and Wild Traditional heavy metal
ACCEPT - Metal Heart Traditional heavy metal
LIMP BIZKIT - Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water Nu Metal
ROB ZOMBIE - The Zombie Horror Picture Show Industrial Metal | review permalink
ACCEPT - Restless & Live Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - Blind Stoner Metal | review permalink
ANNIHILATOR - Set the World on Fire Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION - BCCIV Hard Rock | review permalink
EDGUY - Vain Glory Opera Power Metal | review permalink
EDGUY - Hellfire Club Power Metal | review permalink
STRATOVARIUS - Episode Power Metal | review permalink
KILLSWITCH ENGAGE - Incarnate Metalcore | review permalink
IRON SAVIOR - Dark Assault Power Metal | review permalink
ACCEPT - The Rise of Chaos Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
SLIPKNOT - Day Of The Gusano Nu Metal | review permalink
THE WORKHORSE MOVEMENT - Sons of the Pioneers Alternative Metal | review permalink
RHAPSODY OF FIRE - Symphony Of Enchanted Lands Power Metal | review permalink
BRING ME THE HORIZON - Count Your Blessings Deathcore | review permalink
CHIMAIRA - Pass Out Of Existence Metalcore | review permalink
CLUTCH - Transnational Speedway League: Anthems, Anecdotes, and Undeniable Truths Stoner Metal | review permalink
CLUTCH - Jam Room Hard Rock | review permalink
THE DEFILED - Grave Times Metalcore | review permalink
FLAW - Home Grown Studio Sessions Non-Metal | review permalink
POWERMAN 5000 - Somewhere on the Other Side of Nowhere Non-Metal | review permalink
KYUSS - Wretch Stoner Metal | review permalink
OZZY OSBOURNE - Bark At The Moon Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
OZZY OSBOURNE - The Ultimate Sin Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
SHADOWS FALL - Fallout From the War Metalcore | review permalink
SOULFLY - Primitive Nu Metal | review permalink
TRIVIUM - Ember To Inferno Metalcore | review permalink
MUDVAYNE - Lost and Found Nu Metal | review permalink
MUDVAYNE - All Access to All Things Nu Metal | review permalink
LAMB OF GOD - New American Gospel Groove Metal | review permalink
KREATOR - Live Kreation-Revisioned Glory Thrash Metal | review permalink
SHADOWS FALL - Fear Will Drag You Down Metalcore | review permalink
TESTAMENT - The Ritual Thrash Metal | review permalink
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BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION - Live Over Europe Hard Rock | review permalink
CRADLE OF FILTH - Cruelty and the Beast Gothic Metal
CRADLE OF FILTH - Midian Gothic Metal
FLAW - Endangered Species Nu Metal | review permalink
MUSHROOMHEAD - Savior Sorrow Nu Metal
SHEAVY - Blue Sky Mind Stoner Metal | review permalink
DOZER - Madre de Dios Stoner Metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Rocka Rolla Hard Rock | review permalink
BLACKFOOT - Flyin' High Hard Rock | review permalink
QUEENSRŸCHE - Rage For Order Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
ELF - Ronnie James Dio: The Elf Albums Hard Rock | review permalink
MARILYN MANSON - The High End of Low Industrial Metal | review permalink
POWERMAN 5000 - Destroy What You Enjoy Hard Rock | review permalink
BLACK SABBATH - Technical Ecstasy Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
SOULFLY - Omen Groove Metal | review permalink
QUEENSRŸCHE - Hear In The Now Frontier Hard Rock | review permalink
FEAR FACTORY - Transgression Industrial Metal
SERJ TANKIAN - Harakiri Alternative Metal | review permalink
QUEENSRŸCHE - Tribe Hard Rock | review permalink
GAMMA RAY - To the Metal! Power Metal | review permalink
RIVERSIDE - Voices in My Head Metal Related | review permalink
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY - The European Invasion: Doom Troopin' Live Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY - Hangover Music, Volume VI Hard Rock | review permalink
RUSH - Moving Pictures Hard Rock
BLACK SABBATH - Paranoid Traditional heavy metal
SLAYER - Reign in Blood Thrash Metal
SEPULTURA - Chaos A.D. Groove Metal
METALLICA - Kill 'em All Thrash Metal
IRON MAIDEN - The Number Of The Beast NWoBHM
BLACK SABBATH - Master Of Reality Traditional heavy metal
MOTÖRHEAD - Overkill Traditional heavy metal
BLACK SABBATH - Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Traditional heavy metal
IRON MAIDEN - Brave New World Traditional heavy metal
RAINBOW - Long Live Rock 'n' Roll Traditional heavy metal
PEARL JAM - Ten Hard Rock
SOUNDGARDEN - Superunknown Hard Rock
LED ZEPPELIN - Led Zeppelin II Hard Rock
LED ZEPPELIN - Houses Of The Holy Hard Rock
LED ZEPPELIN - Led Zeppelin III Hard Rock
AC/DC - For Those About To Rock (We Salute You) Hard Rock
QUEEN - A Night At The Opera Proto-Metal
RUSH - Snakes & Arrows Hard Rock
LED ZEPPELIN - Physical Graffiti Hard Rock
FAITH NO MORE - The Real Thing Funk Metal
FAITH NO MORE - King For A Day... Fool For A Lifetime Alternative Metal
BIOHAZARD - State of the World Address Hardcore and crust
SICK OF IT ALL - Scratch the Surface Hardcore and crust
SICK OF IT ALL - Yours Truly Alternative Metal
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY - Mafia Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
HELLOWEEN - Master of the Rings Power Metal | review permalink
STRATOVARIUS - Infinite Power Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - Metropolis, Part 2: Scenes From a Memory Progressive Metal
W.A.S.P. - The Headless Children Traditional heavy metal
ENTOMBED - Clandestine Death Metal
SKID ROW - Slave To The Grind Traditional heavy metal
PEARL JAM - Vitalogy Hard Rock
PEARL JAM - No Code Hard Rock
PEARL JAM - Yield Hard Rock
PEARL JAM - Lightning Bolt Hard Rock | review permalink
MÖTLEY CRÜE - Theatre Of Pain Glam Metal
PISSING RAZORS - Live In The Devil's Triangle Groove Metal | review permalink
OPETH - Blackwater Park Progressive Metal
OPETH - Ghost Reveries Progressive Metal
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY - Shot to Hell Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
DOWN - Down IV Part II Doom Metal | review permalink
MANOWAR - Fighting the World Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
MANOWAR - Louder Than Hell US Power Metal | review permalink
TRIVIUM - Vengeance Falls Metalcore | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Redeemer Of Souls Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
NAPALM DEATH - Words From the Exit Wound Death Metal
NAPALM DEATH - Inside the Torn Apart Death Metal
NAPALM DEATH - Greed Killing Death Metal
NAPALM DEATH - Breed to Breathe Death Metal
NAPALM DEATH - Mentally Murdered Grindcore
NAPALM DEATH - Punishment in Capitals Death Metal
RISHLOO - Terras Fames Alternative Metal | review permalink
STONE TEMPLE PILOTS - Tiny Music... Songs From The Vatican Gift Shop Hard Rock | review permalink
STRATOVARIUS - Elements Part 2 Power Metal | review permalink
MÖTLEY CRÜE - Girls, Girls, Girls Glam Metal
ICED EARTH - The Crucible of Man: Something Wicked, Part 2 US Power Metal | review permalink
MANOWAR - Hail to England Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
FREEDOM CALL - Dimensions Power Metal | review permalink
LAMB OF GOD - VII: Sturm und Drang Groove Metal | review permalink
ICED EARTH - The Dark Saga US Power Metal | review permalink
METALLICA - Hardwired... to Self-Destruct Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
LIMP BIZKIT - Results May Vary Nu Metal
LIMP BIZKIT - Gold Cobra Nu Metal
LIMP BIZKIT - Significant Other Nu Metal
ROB ZOMBIE - Hellbilly Deluxe 2 Industrial Metal
ROB ZOMBIE - Educated Horses Industrial Metal
ROB ZOMBIE - The Sinister Urge Industrial Metal
PRIMAL FEAR - Nuclear Fire Power Metal
ATROPHY - Socialized Hate Thrash Metal | review permalink
GIRLSCHOOL - Screaming Blue Murder NWoBHM | review permalink
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM - No Place for Disgrace Thrash Metal | review permalink
DISTURBED - Asylum Alternative Metal | review permalink
MUDVAYNE - The New Game Nu Metal | review permalink
MACHINE HEAD - Supercharger Nu Metal | review permalink
KREATOR - Endless Pain Thrash Metal | review permalink
NUCLEAR ASSAULT - Out of Order Thrash Metal | review permalink
THE UNION UNDERGROUND - An Education in Rebellion Nu Metal
BLACKFOOT - No Reservations Hard Rock | review permalink
MARILYN MANSON - Eat Me, Drink Me Industrial Metal | review permalink
QUEENSRŸCHE - Q2K Hard Rock | review permalink
FEAR FACTORY - The Industrialist Industrial Metal | review permalink
SAVATAGE - Power Of The Night Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
RIVERSIDE - Memories In My Head Metal Related | review permalink
SLIPKNOT - All Hope Is Gone Alternative Metal
SEPULTURA - Arise Thrash Metal
SEPULTURA - Beneath the Remains Thrash Metal
BLACK SABBATH - Sabotage Traditional heavy metal
BLACK SABBATH - Vol 4 Traditional heavy metal
LED ZEPPELIN - Led Zeppelin Hard Rock
NIRVANA - Nevermind Hard Rock
RAINBOW - Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow Hard Rock
RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE - Rage Against the Machine Alternative Metal
RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE - The Battle of Los Angeles Alternative Metal
SYSTEM OF A DOWN - System of a Down Alternative Metal
FAITH NO MORE - Album Of The Year Alternative Metal
BIOHAZARD - New World Disorder Hardcore and crust
BIOHAZARD - Kill or Be Killed Hardcore and crust
ANGEL WITCH - Angel Witch NWoBHM
RAMMSTEIN - Reise, Reise Industrial Metal
WHITE ZOMBIE - La Sexorcisto: Devil Music, Volume 1 Groove Metal
RAMMSTEIN - Sehnsucht Industrial Metal
NINE INCH NAILS - Pretty Hate Machine Non-Metal
TWISTED SISTER - Love Is For Suckers Glam Metal
HELLOWEEN - Helloween - High Live Power Metal | review permalink
STRATOVARIUS - Elements Part 1 Power Metal | review permalink
CARCASS - Heartwork Melodic Death Metal
NEUROSIS - Times Of Grace Atmospheric Sludge Metal
SODOM - Persecution Mania Thrash Metal
PEARL JAM - Live At The Garden Hard Rock
OPETH - Still Life Progressive Metal
SAXON - Power & the Glory NWoBHM
NAPALM DEATH - Diatribes Death Metal
NAPALM DEATH - The World Keeps Turning EP Death Metal
NAPALM DEATH - Mass Appeal Madness Death Metal
HELLOWEEN - Pink Bubbles Go Ape Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
MANOWAR - Warriors of the World Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
STRATOVARIUS - II Power Metal | review permalink
HELSTAR - Nosferatu US Power Metal
ANTHRAX - For All Kings Thrash Metal | review permalink
KING DIAMOND - Abigail Traditional heavy metal
MORBID ANGEL - Covenant Death Metal
LIMP BIZKIT - Three Dollar Bill, Yall$ Nu Metal
SAMSON - Shock Tactics NWoBHM
BLIND GUARDIAN - Follow the Blind Speed Metal | review permalink
ANTHRAX - Live: The Island Years Thrash Metal | review permalink
STRATOVARIUS - Intermission Power Metal | review permalink
EDGUY - Mandrake Power Metal | review permalink
NUCLEAR ASSAULT - Louder Harder Faster Thrash Metal | review permalink
SOULFLY - Soulfly Nu Metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Point Of Entry Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
CRADLE OF FILTH - Nymphetamine Gothic Metal
CRADLE OF FILTH - Live Bait for the Dead Gothic Metal
FEAR FACTORY - Mechanize Industrial Metal
BLACK SABBATH - Black Sabbath Traditional heavy metal
IRON MAIDEN - Iron Maiden NWoBHM
QUEEN - Queen II Proto-Metal
CAPTAIN BEYOND - Captain Beyond Hard Rock
MÖTLEY CRÜE - Dr. Feelgood Glam Metal
ANATHEMA - Falling Deeper Non-Metal
PEARL JAM - Riot Act Hard Rock
PEARL JAM - Pearl Jam Hard Rock
MÖTLEY CRÜE - Too Fast For Love Glam Metal
OPETH - My Arms, Your Hearse Death Metal
SAXON - Crusader NWoBHM
MANOWAR - Into Glory Ride Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
VOIVOD - Dimension Hatröss Thrash Metal
EDGUY - Tinnitus Sanctus Power Metal
VENOM - Welcome to Hell Speed Metal
VENOM - Black Metal Speed Metal
EMPEROR - Anthems to the Welkin at Dusk Symphonic Black Metal
SAMSON - Head On NWoBHM
SEPULTURA - Roots Alternative Metal
CRADLE OF FILTH - Thornography Gothic Metal
SLAYER - Hell Awaits Thrash Metal
MERCYFUL FATE - Don't Break the Oath Traditional heavy metal
OPETH - Orchid Death Metal
OPETH - Morningrise Death Metal
NAPALM DEATH - Leaders Not Followers, Part 2 Death Metal
NEUROSIS - Through Silver In Blood Atmospheric Sludge Metal
SEPULTURA - Kairos Groove Metal
SLIPKNOT - 9.0: Live Nu Metal
SLIPKNOT - Voliminal: Inside the Nine Nu Metal
CRADLE OF FILTH - From the Cradle to Enslave E.P. Symphonic Black Metal
DEVIN TOWNSEND - Synchestra Progressive Metal
NAPALM DEATH - From Enslavement to Obliteration Grindcore
CRADLE OF FILTH - The Principle of Evil Made Flesh Melodic Black Metal
MUSHROOMHEAD - Mushroomhead Volume 1 Nu Metal
FEAR FACTORY - Soul of a New Machine Death Metal
DARKTHRONE - A Blaze in the Northern Sky Black Metal
SEPULTURA - Schizophrenia Thrash Metal
NAPALM DEATH - Scum Grindcore

Metal Genre Nb. Rated Avg. rating
1 Hard Rock 98 4.11
2 Traditional heavy metal 94 3.99
3 Thrash Metal 89 4.21
4 Power Metal 59 4.11
5 Groove Metal 50 4.44
6 Metalcore 49 4.41
7 Nu Metal 35 3.86
8 Death Metal 34 3.74
9 Stoner Metal 31 4.19
10 Progressive Metal 29 4.26
11 Alternative Metal 25 3.80
12 Industrial Metal 24 3.94
13 NWoBHM 18 3.72
14 Sludge Metal 17 4.59
15 Doom Metal 15 4.23
16 Melodic Death Metal 11 4.41
17 Hardcore and crust 11 4.14
18 Metal Related 9 4.33
19 Non-Metal 9 3.83
20 US Power Metal 8 3.94
21 Glam Metal 7 3.36
22 Gothic Metal 7 3.14
23 Proto-Metal 6 3.83
24 Black Metal 5 3.90
25 Atmospheric Sludge Metal 4 3.38
26 Speed Metal 4 3.00
27 Symphonic Black Metal 4 3.00
28 Grindcore 3 1.83
29 Melodic Black Metal 3 3.67
30 Death 'n' Roll 2 4.50
31 Funk Metal 1 3.50
32 Deathcore 1 3.50
33 Technical Death Metal 1 4.00

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EDGUY Mandrake

Album · 2001 · Power Metal
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There’s a very handy Metallica comparison that works when thinking about Edguy. So, Kingdom of Madness is the Kill ‘Em All of the discography, a more raw and charming affair that wears its influences loud and proud and is fun but not yet fully developed. Vain Glory Opera is like Ride The Lightening, a more mature and uniquely them record that starts showing off their ambition while still rocking. Theater Of Salvation is Master Of Puppets, the magnum opus, the really grand and ambitious album that contains amazing, well constructed and monstrously catchy songs. The Savage Poetry is …And Justice For All, the follow up to their best album and almost as good in its own right.

All of that brings me to what I’m trying to say here. Mandrake is their Black Album. After four albums in one particular style and tone, the band decide to mature off in a new direction and break out of the confines of their home genre. Like The Black Album still had some Thrash songs on it like ‘Struggle Within’ and ‘Through The Never,’ Mandrake has some pure Power Metal songs on it like ‘Painting On The Wall,’ ‘Golden Dawn’ and ‘Save Us Now.’ Even then, sometimes when it does do traditional Power Metal, its more of a Master Of The Rings vibe than a Keeper Of The Seven Keys vibe if you know what I mean. Just listen to the little skiffly drumstick solo and high pitched comedy vocal in the middle of ‘Save Us Now’ to see what I mean.

Largely however, Edguy find themselves testing the limitations of their German Melodic Power Metal roots. ‘Painting On The Wall’ and its more progressive big brother ‘Tears Of A Mandrake’ have some very Bon Jovi and Detonater-era Ratt sounding influences audible on them, its no the whole picture but it is one colour they’re painting with. ‘Jerusalem’ sees them blending their Power Metal stylings with a more commercial Hard Rock vibe foreshadowing where they’d go on their next album. ‘The Pharaoh’ is a ten minute epic with an eastern vibe that sounds like a mixture between Sabaton when they get slow and stompy and when Rainbow would go eastern sounding like on ‘Babylon’ and ‘Tarot Woman.’ ‘Nailed To The Wheel’ although opening up acoustically with some very different vocal melodies than Edguy usually go for, evolves into the fastest most pissed-off Thrash Metal like song the band had put out to date. If you get the version with bonus tracks, ‘The Devil & The Savant’ also has a touch of Glam to it. Not the whole picture again, but its there. Its the band testing their boundaries.

The production job also has a lot to do with it. This album has a much more full, bright, unmetallic sheen to it. Commercial is the word best to describe it really. Its good in its own way but it sounds quite different to where they’d been living in previously.

Like with Metallica, there are lots of fans who consider The Black Album the last of the classic-five and there are other purists who think there was only a classic four and this is the first one afterwards. Of course, there are also a large amount of fans I’ve discovered online who prefer the band in their more Hard Rock form and say things like ‘Yeah, they got good when they stopped trying to sound like Iron Maiden’ and even those guys are also split on this record, because its not quite the Pure Power Metal style and its not quite not either.

Overall; Mandrake is a very good album, and a very interesting album, but whether you’ll like it or not very much depends on what you wanted out of it in the first place. The production job may be off putting if you wanted a certain thing, as may be the songwriting for about half of it. The songwriting on the other half may be off putting if you wanted a different thing. Vocals, guitar solos, drum patterns and creativity are all above reproach, its just the sound and musical direction that people are divided over.

TRIVIUM The Sin And The Sentence

Album · 2017 · Metalcore
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Let me say this quickly before you stop reading. This album is a fucking masterpiece. A gigantic game-changing triumph we didn’t expect! This is hands-down the best album of their career and a new high for the subgenre. An almost from out of nowhere about-face turn, skyrocketing them from diminishing returns to champions. No, I wasn’t expecting it either, but go with me on this…

Right, still reading? Ok, with that out of the way. Lets do the review.

Trivium have had a funny old career. Their output has been really varied. They’ve done some really heavy and some really melodic stuff. They’ve done some technical progressive stuff and some simplistic groovy stuff. They’ve gone brash and brutal and they’ve gone mature and commercial. Not only has their music been really varied but so have the reactions from both their fan-base and the critics for every album. Every new album seems to sees them pick up new fans they’ve never had before and lose diehards who hate the new material or direction. Critics in one territory or from one background may hate the early stuff and love the mid career stuff and its vice versa with critics from another territory or background. Some albums are beloved in Germany but forgotten in the UK. Some are cult classics in America but underrated gems in Europe.

Me, I’ve liked every single one of the bands albums. A few of them I’ve loved. Like the majority of fans I’d say the best three are Shogun, In Waves and Ascendancy. I also have a huge soft spot for Silence In The Snow too due to its Classic Metal and Power Metal vibes but I understand how some fans of the heavier or techier stuff aren’t into that one.

This album, even with all that said, is just straight up and unarguably in another damn league. The energy in the performances; the fantastic satisfying crunchy production, the best and most diverse vocals of their career, the best drummer they’ve ever had hands-down… these are all factors that elevate this album above the rest of their discography. As are the songs themselves.

The songs are some of the most diverse, inventive and interesting songs they’ve written musically and structurally to date. They mix a vast array of styles that the band have dipped their toes into over the years and a lot of new stuff to. They have some of the band’s most interesting and memorable riffs and solos to date. They take twists and turns you don’t expect and catch you off guard. They showcase all of the musician’s talents at times but leave space for the lyrics and vocals to take center stage at other times. Sometimes they’re haunting and beautiful and sometimes they’re furious and heavy as balls, just riffing the fuck out of a big groovy riff.

Do you remember back when Machine Head were new and they were the cool new thing, and then they altered their style and tried new vocal techniques and production styles and lots of fans jumped ship but then The Blackening came out, all full of energy and anger and just plain amazing songs and suddenly tore everyone’s heads off and now Machine Head are bone-fide legends? This album is Trivium’s equivalent of The Blackening. It doesn’t sound anything like it, but that step-up in quality and energy and absolute revitalization of their career? That’s the same!

A lot of people online and in print have been going nuts over The Sin And The Sentence and justly so. In a recent interview Trivium mainman Matt Heafy said that the band decided they would have to write the best album of their career or else give up because they are always second guessing themselves and changing their styles and going through as many drummers as Spinal Tap. Well, Trivium ‘aint giving up now, because this is unequivocally their best ever work. Maybe its because Paolo is writing more of the songs than Matt. Maybe its because they are letting some of their Black Metal and Skate Punk influences mix into things instead of trying to purely do a mix of Groove Metal, Thrash Metal and Classic Metal like their original mission statement. Maybe new drummer Alex Bent just injected a new lease of life into them like Todd La Torre did to Queensryche. I don’t know why, but this thing is just on a whole other level.

Its quite a diverse album that really doesn’t sit in any one space for too long. ‘Betrayer’ mixes Ascendancy-era brutality with Pennywise style Punk and a happy Power Metal lead guitar sheen, but ends up with blast beats in the middle. ‘Thrown Into The Fire’ is the darkest and heaviest thing they’ve ever done at times and has undertones of Dimmu Borgir, but then at other times is just an absolute riff and solo school that…ok maybe this one does sound a bit like The Blackening actually. ‘The Wretchedness Inside’ is the kind of thing they were doing on the heavier deep-cuts from In Waves mixed with some jaunty Prong-style disco beats and a guitar effect than almost recalls Damageplan on their weirder songs like ‘Blunt Force Trauma’ or ‘Explode,’ it also has a strange midsection that remind’s me of Slipknot’s ‘Custer’ but then it has one of the most satisfying and heavy riff-out moments like Messuggah or something and that transitions into really pretty, clean Maiden-esque guitar lines. ‘The Heart From Your Hate’ is probably the most conventional song on the album, and it mixes their ‘In Waves’ and ‘Brave This Storm’ style staccato riffing with their ‘And Sadness Will Sear’ style mature The Black Album-worshiping stuff.

For fans of the band’s heavier side ‘Sever The Hand’ pretty much alternates between especially crushing groove metal riffing and pissed off Thrash Metal sections throughout. Fans of the band’s cleaner more commercial side won’t be disappointed either. Although this is one of the band’s heaviest and most progressive and technical albums yet, there’s still some stuff to get into if you prefer the heart-throb-Heafy stuff they previously showcased on ‘Dying In Your Arms’ and the like. ‘Endless Night’ for example lives in that sort of territory. Its just got a hell of a lot more energy, verve and attitude to it. The drums and background guitars give it a cool sort of Coheed & Cambria quality rather than just radio rock.

I’d try to pick out highlights but the album doesn’t sit in any one place long enough (hell the songs don’t either) to really establish a good version of it. I wouldn’t cut a single track and I’d like to see each of them live. Its all great. Its all interesting and diverse. That’s “diverse,” yet really cleverly constructed and naturally flowing though, not wacky-“diverse” were stuff that doesn’t fit is just smashed together. This is an album you can listen to over and over again and find new depths, new nooks and crannies. ‘Oh hey I didn’t notice that cool drum fill before’ sort of stuff. Not “why are they playing a bassoon over old-school Tampa Death Metal riffs during their Lady GaGa cover?” sort of stuff.

Its hard to hand out a man of the match award either. Matt’s voice is so much better than its ever been (check out ‘Beauty In The Sorrow’). Paolo’s songwriting is so much better than its ever been. Corey’s guitar solos are just as good if not better than they were on the glorious guitar-line fueled Silence In The Snow. Oh yeah, and there’s Alex Bent, whose drumming absolutely makes the album. More than the cherry on top its almost the whole goddamn cake.

Overall, the Sin And The Sentence is an utter masterpiece. If you like Trivium do not miss out on this at all. If you used to like them and stopped, don’t you dare miss out on this one either, this is the one to get back into them on, seriously. If you’ve never listened to them I strongly urge you to change that. I’d even go as far as to say “If you only get one Trivium album, make it this.” This isn’t just a good Trivium album, or a good album, this is a game-changer.

EDGUY The Savage Poetry

Album · 2000 · Power Metal
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Edguy were in an interesting position at the turn of the millennium. Starting the group as a bunch of wide-eyed teenagers in the early to mid ’90s, Tobias Samet and the rest of the boys who would go on to become legends of German Melodic Power Metal, were initially a rough an ready influences-worn-on-sleeves kinda band. They released a demo quality debut album called Savage Poetry in 1995 and then through years of practice and touring went on to become a leading force in Power Metal and one of the finest to be doing it at the time. After releasing their absolute magnum opus Theater Of Salvation in 1999 and being considerably more famous and beloved, fans kept asking if they would reissue Savage Poetry which had long since been out of print. Doing them one better, the band took all the talent, skills and confidence they’d been developing over the years and remade the album. No reissued, not re-recorded, but remade entirely.

Everything is different here, new artwork, new logo, new track order, new guitar solos, heck even the bassist and drummer are new when you think about it as neither were on the original version. They added a ‘The’ to the title as well, that’s new. Essentially, what happened was the band listened to these old songs and then wrote them again in 1999 as only the band who had released Theater Of Salvation could have. What resulted was a mix of old and new, that ticks all the right boxes to sound classic and modern, naive and accomplished, charming and sophisticated. There’s a duality to it that works as well as your go to metaphor (be that chocolate and peanut butter, tits and dragons or whatever people are saying these days, the point is the two compliment each-other despite seeming like different worlds).

For most people this is just some handy background information for a pub quiz however because unless you go out of your way, you aren’t hearing the 1995 version easily and the differences between the two versions are therefore largely academic. Regardless, because this is Edguy in 1999 we’re talking about here, this is an absolutely superb album not to be missed by Edguy fans, or indeed anyone with an interest in this style of music. If you listen to Gamma Ray, Helloween, Hammerfall, Blind Guardian, Freedom Call, Sonata Arctica, Stratovarius or anyone of that nature, you really want to get up on this album. I would be so bold as to say The Savage Poetry is either the band’s second best, or sometimes if I’m feeling generous, joint-first best studio album.

There are a lot of similarities between this and Theater Of Salvation. They were both recorded around the turn of the millennium at Rhoen Studios in Fulda, Germany, and were both self produced by the band, with the same line-up. They both feature a mixture of Maiden and Priest influenced speed metal sections, bombastic grandiose sections with pianos and choral singing, and then some occasional ballads, and happy Helloween-influenced melodies. They both come before the band went a bit more Hard Rock in direction and they both come before the band started letting their humour play a big part.

Highlights include the speedier more metallic tracks ‘Sacred Hell’ and ‘Misguiding Your Life’ as well as the slow stompy Hammerfall-esque opener ‘Hallowed’ and possibly best of all, the diverse multi-faceted ten-minute ‘Eyes Of The Tyrant.’

The album works really well from start to finish, the two ballads break things up (and are surprisngly tasteful), the longer tracks take you on a little journey and then the rest of the album gets its head down and delivers exactly what you love about the band perfectly, only with a little bit more of a NWOBHM gallop than usual.

Overall; be sure not to miss out on one of the band’s absolute finest hours. If you like the glorious melodic guitar lines, crunchy riffs and pounding drums of Edguy at their most metallic, this is seriously up there as one of the finest examples of that. If you like the band being adventurous and writing long complex stuff, that’s here too. If you like them when they drop some ballads, these are some of the band’s best. If you’re tempted by the band but scared off by the more commercial Hard Rock stuff or the comedy stuff there’s none of that here. This is the band at their best, with some damn fine songs and a sterling production job, updating some charming old songs into an absolute beast of an album. Highly recommended!

RHAPSODY OF FIRE Symphony Of Enchanted Lands

Album · 1998 · Power Metal
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Ludicrously over the top, pompously bombastic, cheesy as hell. With Power Metal these things can either be used as insults, or as compliments depending on what you like to listen to.

There are few bands more OTT, more pompous or more cheesy than Italy’s Rhapsody (Who were later re-named Rhapsody Of Fire due to legal issues, and later still split into two bands, Rhapsody Of Fire and Luca Turilli’s Rhapsody with different members in different sides continuing things on separately). Pompus, cheesy and OTT sure, but that’s exactly what’s so great about them. The band are the very spirit of over-dramatic, flowery, sword and sorcery themed Symphonic Power Metal. Just take a look at the dragon on the front cover. Hey people told you dragons and stuff were ridiculous back in the ’90s but nowadays everyone’s calling their newborn kid Khallesi and you can buy Game Of Thrones t-shirts in Asda. (That’s Wallmart for my non-British readers).

Singer Fabio Lione (currently in Angra) has an absolutely stunning voice, with such ridiculous power, range and control. The perfect man for the job of delivering the cheesy OTT story, over this cheesy OTT music. He has the perfect skill for delivering the immense drama the band have to offer. Lead guitarist Luca Turilli’s insane virtuoso mastery of his instrument is beyond impressive. The shred level is off the charts. The combination of both those things is bound to have been a huge influence on modern bands like Firewind and Dragonforce.

This 1998 effort is the second entry in their series of concept albums set in a Lord Of The Rings style fantasy world, continuing the story of their The Emerald Sword Saga. The music is a mixture of Hollywood soundtrack style orchestration and glorious rampaging melodic European-style Power Metal. There’s speedy numbers, mid-paced stuff and lavish string & wind driven atmospheric passages, all working next to each other in perfect harmony. Sometimes they just go ahead and blend it all together too. The fast songs will have flutes and acoustic guitars as intros or outros or middle-eights, the slow songs will have orchestral moments or narration at the end, the mid-paced stompers will speed up later on. It all works so well together.

After a minute of dramatic classical music and chanting in the intro ‘Epicus Furor,’ the band kick off the album with a bang, on possibly the finest track on the whole album and one of the finest of their early career… the absolutely storming ‘Emerald Sword,’ with one of the catchiest choruses you’ll ever hear (it sticks in my head for days at a time). The album is crowned by an epic 13-minute title track which encompasses pretty much all the many styles this album has to offer in one single place. Everything in between, the ballads, the fast ones and the orchestral stuff is all up to a very high standard. Highlights include ‘Wisdom Of The Kings,’ ‘Riding The Wings Of Eternity’ and ‘Beyond The Gates Of Infinity.’

Overall; Symphony Of Enchanted Lands is a ridiculously bold and spectacular album brimming with effort, with enthusiasm and drama. The musicianship is immense, the songs are memorable and as long as you don’t mind that its cheesy as hell, I highly recommend you check it out. Fans of symphonic bands would like it, fans of Power Metal would like it and fans of fantasy fiction would like it.

THE WORKHORSE MOVEMENT Sons of the Pioneers

Album · 2000 · Alternative Metal
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If you haven’t heard of this one I don’t blame you. The Workhorse Movement were really over in the blink of an eye in the grand scheme of things. If you’ve heard of them but haven’t heard the album, I don’t blame you. It wasn’t promoted or lauded enough as it deserved at the time and without them making any more albums there was no build up or cause for a new generation to get in to them.

If you have heard it, well then you know full well, this is one barking mad, fun and excellent album. How to even describe it? Eclectic, to say the least. It is a bizarre mixture of Clutch and Monster Magnet stoner rock with crazy lyrics, Sepultura on Roots proto-Nu Metal riffs, Faith No More variety (such as having additional brass instruments or latin music or funk or soul at different times). There’s even a sort of psychedelic space rock intro and a bit of that style in the verses of another song. There’s little bits of Rap Metal (well it was the year 2000 after all) but that’s far from the whole story. If that all sounds like a strange mix its because is, but somehow it works.

Its all topped off with a cheeky smile and a sense of humour. Lyrical topics include handshakes ‘Gimmie Some Skin,’ Detroit ‘Motown,’ Black Sabbath ‘Keep The Sabbath Dream Alive’ (“When I die there’s gonna be an electric funeraaaaal”) and all sorts of marijuana talk for better or worse. Lyrically its a bit silly but musically its dead serious (Again, not unlike Clutch or Monster Magnet). The experimentation with outside styles isn’t frivolous, its expertly done.

The important thing to remember is, this isn’t another generic forgettable release from the Nu Metal period. Its eclectic to the point of being progressive, its catchy as hell, its really fun and the songs themselves are really good. It not just wacky and novelty value only or something. These are really good songs. Some of those thick fat satisfying riffs are really enjoyable. Just listen to the appropriately titled ‘Heavy’ for the perfect example.

I’d like to point out highlights, such as ‘Charlie Don’t Surf,’ ‘Beotch’ and ‘Feel Like Bob Marley’ but to be honest no two songs on the album even sound the same. I mean, they fit together, and it flows well, but that diversity thing I mentioned? Yeah, that!

Hey I’m a Nu Metal apologist who can still happily listen to The Union Underground, but this isn’t that. This is like listening to King For A Day Fool For A Life Time at the same time as listening to Power Trip and The Elephant Riders, a collection of Pink Floyd B Sides and flicking through a dozen radio stations and catching fleeting glimpses of a range of music outside of rock, such as funk and soul. Then occasionally something not too dissimilar to the riff from ‘Roots Bloody Roots’ comes in and ties it all together.

If you want to hear something really fun and interesting you could really do a lot worse than Sons Of The Pioneers. Its a one-of-a-kind that’s for sure. As long as you aren’t terrified of everything that doesn’t sound like Burzum or indeed of everything that doesn’t sound like Manowar, I think you’ll really enjoy this underrated gem.

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