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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 Stoner Rock | review permalink
CLUTCH - Blast Tyrant Stoner Rock | review permalink
CLUTCH - Robot Hive / Exodus Stoner Rock | review permalink
CLUTCH - Strange Cousins From the West Stoner Rock | review permalink
CLUTCH - Clutch: Live at the 9:30 Stoner Rock | review permalink
DIO - Holy Diver Live Heavy Metal | review permalink
DIO - Holy Diver Heavy Metal | review permalink
DIO - The Last in Line Heavy Metal | review permalink
DEVILDRIVER - Pray for Villains Groove Metal | review permalink
DOWN - NOLA Stoner Metal | review permalink
DOWN - Down III: Over the Under Stoner Metal | review permalink
DOZER - Through The Eyes Of Heathens Stoner Rock | 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 One: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness Heavy Alternative Rock | review permalink
COHEED AND CAMBRIA - Good Apollo I'm Burning Star IV, Volume Two: No World for Tomorrow Heavy Alternative Rock | review permalink
COHEED AND CAMBRIA - Year of the Black Rainbow Heavy Alternative Rock | review permalink
COHEED AND CAMBRIA - Neverender: Children of the Fence Edition Heavy Alternative 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 Melodic Metalcore | review permalink
SOULFLY - Prophecy Groove Metal | review permalink
TRIVIUM - Ascendancy Melodic Metalcore | review permalink
TRIVIUM - Shogun Melodic 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 Melodic Metalcore | review permalink
KILLSWITCH ENGAGE - The End of Heartache Melodic Metalcore | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Unleashed In The East Heavy Metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Painkiller Power Metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Screaming For Vengeance Heavy Metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - British Steel 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 Stoner 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 Heavy Alternative Rock | review permalink
MUSHROOMHEAD - XIII Nu Metal
LAMB OF GOD - Resolution Groove Metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Sin After Sin 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 Heavy Metal | review permalink
ACCEPT - Stalingrad 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 Heavy Psych | review permalink
MUSHROOMHEAD - Beautiful Stories For Ugly Children Nu Metal | review permalink
MONSTER MAGNET - Mastermind Stoner Rock | review permalink
BRING ME THE HORIZON - Sempiternal Metalcore | review permalink
CLUTCH - Earth Rocker Stoner Rock | review permalink
COHEED AND CAMBRIA - The Afterman: Descension Heavy Alternative Rock | review permalink
GAMMA RAY - Land of the Free Power Metal | review permalink
FAIR TO MIDLAND - Arrows & Anchors Alternative 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 Melodic Metalcore | review permalink
PROTEST THE HERO - Kezia Melodic 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 Punk
BIOHAZARD - No Holds Barred: Live in Europe Hardcore Punk
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 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 Punk | 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 Stoner Rock | review permalink
PRIMAL FEAR - Jaws of Death Power Metal | review permalink
TRIVIUM - The Sin And The Sentence Melodic Metalcore | review permalink
TESSERACT - Sonder Progressive Metal | 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 Stoner Rock | review permalink
CLUTCH - The Elephant Riders Stoner Rock | review permalink
CLUTCH - Pure Rock Fury Stoner Rock | review permalink
CLUTCH - From Beale Street to Oblivion Stoner Rock | review permalink
DIO - Sacred Heart Heavy Metal | review permalink
DIO - Dream Evil 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... Stoner 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 Heavy Alternative Rock | review permalink
COHEED AND CAMBRIA - In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3 Heavy Alternative 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 Heavy Metal | review permalink
OZZY OSBOURNE - Diary Of A Madman Heavy Metal | review permalink
OZZY OSBOURNE - No Rest For The Wicked Heavy Metal | review permalink
OZZY OSBOURNE - No More Tears Heavy Metal | review permalink
OZZY OSBOURNE - Ozzmosis Heavy Metal | review permalink
SHADOWS FALL - The Art of Balance Melodic Metalcore | review permalink
SHADOWS FALL - Threads of Life Melodic Metalcore | review permalink
SOULFLY - Dark Ages Groove Metal | review permalink
SOULFLY - Conquer Groove Metal | review permalink
TRIVIUM - In Waves Melodic 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 Heavy Metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Ram It Down Heavy Metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Defenders Of The Faith 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 Stoner 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! Stoner Rock | review permalink
FU MANCHU - In Search Of... Stoner Rock | review permalink
VIO-LENCE - Eternal Nightmare Thrash Metal | review permalink
FU MANCHU - Go For It... Live! Stoner Rock | review permalink
ANVIL - Monument Of Metal Heavy Metal | review permalink
MUSHROOMHEAD - XX Nu Metal
BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION - Black Country Hard Rock | review permalink
DOZER - Beyond Colossal Stoner Rock | review permalink
MONSTER MAGNET - Spine of God Stoner 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 Heavy Metal | review permalink
NUCLEAR ASSAULT - Handle With Care Thrash Metal | review permalink
SHADOWS FALL - Fire from the Sky Melodic Metalcore | review permalink
BLACK MOTH - The Killing Jar Stoner Rock | 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 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 Heavy Metal | review permalink
ACCEPT - Blood of the Nations Heavy Metal | review permalink
SAVATAGE - Gutter Ballet Heavy Metal | review permalink
BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION - Afterglow Hard Rock | review permalink
COHEED AND CAMBRIA - The Afterman: Ascension Heavy Alternative Rock | review permalink
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY - Stronger Than Death Heavy Metal | review permalink
KILLSWITCH ENGAGE - Disarm the Descent Melodic 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 Stoner Rock | review permalink
SAVATAGE - Handful Of Rain Heavy Metal | review permalink
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY - Order of the Black Heavy Metal | review permalink
CHILDREN OF BODOM - Hate Crew Deathroll Melodic Death Metal | review permalink
QUEENSRŸCHE - Queensrÿche 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 Rap Metal
BIOHAZARD - Mata Leão Rap Metal
BIOHAZARD - Uncivilization Hardcore Punk
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 Heavy Metal
SAXON - Denim and Leather NWoBHM
PEARL JAM - Vs. Heavy Alternative Rock
PEARL JAM - Lost Dogs Heavy Alternative Rock
MANOWAR - Kings of Metal 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 Melodic Metalcore | review permalink
QUEENSRŸCHE - Condition Hüman 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
ARCHITECTS - All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us Metalcore | review permalink
SAXON - Thunderbolt Heavy Metal | review permalink
SEPULTURA - Sepultura - Live in Sao Paulo Groove Metal | review permalink
PARKWAY DRIVE - Reverence Metalcore | 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 Stoner Rock | review permalink
CLUTCH - Live at the Googolplex Stoner 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 Heavy Metal | review permalink
SHADOWS FALL - The War Within Melodic 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 Melodic Metalcore | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Rising In The East Heavy Metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Nostradamus Heavy Metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Turbo 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 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 Stoner Rock | 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 Stoner Metal | review permalink
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - In the Arms of God Stoner Metal | review permalink
FIVE HORSE JOHNSON - The Last Men On Earth Stoner Rock | review permalink
MONSTER MAGNET - Superjudge Stoner Rock | review permalink
MONSTER MAGNET - Dopes to Infinity Stoner Rock | review permalink
MONSTER MAGNET - God Says No Stoner 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 Stoner 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 Rock | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Killing Machine Heavy Metal | review permalink
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - Corrosion of Conformity Stoner Metal | review permalink
BIOHAZARD - Reborn In Defiance Hardcore Punk | review permalink
ARCHITECTS - Ruin Metalcore | review permalink
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SLIPKNOT - Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses) Nu Metal
CIRCLES - The Compass Progressive Metal
KING CRIMSON - Larks' Tongues In Aspic Proto-Metal
DEEP PURPLE - Machine Head Hard Rock
DEATH - Symbolic Technical Death Metal
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 Heavy Metal
IRON MAIDEN - Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son Heavy Metal
BLACK SABBATH - Heaven And Hell Heavy Metal
MOTÖRHEAD - Ace of Spades Heavy Metal
IRON MAIDEN - Piece Of Mind NWoBHM
IRON MAIDEN - Somewhere In Time Heavy Metal
MOTÖRHEAD - Bomber Heavy Metal
IRON MAIDEN - Killers NWoBHM
BLACK SABBATH - Mob Rules 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 Heavy Metal
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HELLOWEEN - Rabbit Don't Come Easy Power Metal | review permalink
TWISTED SISTER - You Can't Stop Rock 'N' Roll Heavy Metal
TWISTED SISTER - Stay Hungry Heavy Metal
TWISTED SISTER - Come Out And Play Heavy Metal
PROTEST THE HERO - Fortress Melodic Metalcore | review permalink
BLACK SABBATH - 13 Heavy Metal | review permalink
HELLOWEEN - The Dark Ride Power Metal | review permalink
HELLOWEEN - Better Than Raw Power Metal | review permalink
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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ICED EARTH - Something Wicked This Way Comes US Power Metal | review permalink
OVERKILL - Taking Over Thrash Metal
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PEARL JAM - Touring Band 2000 Heavy Alternative Rock
IMMORTAL - At the Heart of Winter Black Metal
OPETH - Watershed Progressive Metal
OPETH - Deliverance Progressive Metal
OPETH - Damnation Non-Metal
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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
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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 Heavy Alternative Rock | review permalink
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TRIVIUM - Silence In The Snow 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 Heavy Metal
ACCEPT - Metal Heart 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
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CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - Blind Stoner Metal | review permalink
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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 Melodic Metalcore | review permalink
IRON SAVIOR - Dark Assault Power Metal | review permalink
ACCEPT - The Rise of Chaos Heavy Metal | review permalink
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THE WORKHORSE MOVEMENT - Sons of the Pioneers Alternative Metal | review permalink
RHAPSODY OF FIRE - Symphony Of Enchanted Lands Power Metal | review permalink
PRONG - No Absolutes Groove Metal | review permalink
DISTURBED - Live at Red Rocks Alternative Metal | review permalink
CORROSION OF CONFORMITY - No Cross No Crown Stoner Metal | review permalink
PRONG - Zero Days Groove Metal | review permalink
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PERIPHERY - Periphery III: Select Difficulty Progressive Metal | review permalink
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CHIMAIRA - Pass Out Of Existence Metalcore | review permalink
CLUTCH - Transnational Speedway League: Anthems, Anecdotes, and Undeniable Truths Stoner Metal | review permalink
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THE DEFILED - Grave Times Metalcore | review permalink
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POWERMAN 5000 - Somewhere on the Other Side of Nowhere Non-Metal | review permalink
KYUSS - Wretch Stoner Metal | review permalink
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TESTAMENT - The Ritual Thrash Metal | review permalink
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CRADLE OF FILTH - Midian Gothic Metal
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BLACK SABBATH - Paranoid 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 Heavy Metal
MOTÖRHEAD - Overkill Heavy Metal
BLACK SABBATH - Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Heavy Metal
IRON MAIDEN - Brave New World Heavy Metal
RAINBOW - Long Live Rock 'n' Roll Heavy Metal
PEARL JAM - Ten Heavy Alternative Rock
SOUNDGARDEN - Superunknown Heavy Alternative 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 Rap Metal
SICK OF IT ALL - Scratch the Surface Hardcore Punk
SICK OF IT ALL - Yours Truly Alternative Metal
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ENTOMBED - Clandestine Death Metal
SKID ROW - Slave To The Grind Heavy Metal
PEARL JAM - Vitalogy Heavy Alternative Rock
PEARL JAM - No Code Heavy Alternative Rock
PEARL JAM - Yield Heavy Alternative Rock
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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
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METALLICA - Hardwired... to Self-Destruct 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
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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 Heavy Metal | review permalink
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SLIPKNOT - All Hope Is Gone Alternative Metal
SEPULTURA - Arise Thrash Metal
SEPULTURA - Beneath the Remains Thrash Metal
BLACK SABBATH - Sabotage Heavy Metal
BLACK SABBATH - Vol 4 Heavy Metal
LED ZEPPELIN - Led Zeppelin Hard Rock
NIRVANA - Nevermind Heavy Alternative Rock
RAINBOW - Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow Hard Rock
RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE - Rage Against the Machine Rap Metal
RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE - The Battle of Los Angeles Rap 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 Punk
BIOHAZARD - Kill or Be Killed Hardcore Punk
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
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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 Heavy Alternative 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 Heavy Metal | review permalink
MANOWAR - Warriors of the World 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 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
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY - Grimmest Hits Heavy Metal | review permalink
NUCLEAR ASSAULT - Louder Harder Faster Thrash Metal | review permalink
SOULFLY - Soulfly Nu Metal | review permalink
JUDAS PRIEST - Point Of Entry 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 Heavy Metal
IRON MAIDEN - Iron Maiden NWoBHM
QUEEN - Queen II Proto-Metal
CAPTAIN BEYOND - Captain Beyond Heavy Psych
MÖTLEY CRÜE - Dr. Feelgood Glam Metal
ANATHEMA - Falling Deeper Non-Metal
PEARL JAM - Riot Act Heavy Alternative Rock
PEARL JAM - Pearl Jam Heavy Alternative Rock
MÖTLEY CRÜE - Too Fast For Love Glam Metal
OPETH - My Arms, Your Hearse Death Metal
SAXON - Crusader NWoBHM
MANOWAR - Into Glory Ride Heavy Metal | review permalink
VOIVOD - Dimension Hatröss Technical 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 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 Heavy Metal 97 3.99
2 Thrash Metal 88 4.23
3 Power Metal 59 4.11
4 Groove Metal 54 4.41
5 Hard Rock 47 3.97
6 Stoner Metal 39 4.21
7 Nu Metal 35 3.86
8 Death Metal 34 3.74
9 Stoner Rock 30 4.48
10 Progressive Metal 30 4.25
11 Metalcore 28 4.45
12 Alternative Metal 25 3.92
13 Heavy Alternative Rock 25 4.00
14 Industrial Metal 24 3.94
15 Melodic Metalcore 23 4.37
16 NWoBHM 18 3.72
17 Sludge Metal 13 4.58
18 Melodic Death Metal 11 4.41
19 Non-Metal 9 3.83
20 Metal Related 9 4.33
21 Hardcore Punk 8 4.13
22 US Power Metal 8 3.94
23 Glam Metal 7 3.36
24 Gothic Metal 7 3.14
25 Doom Metal 6 4.33
26 Proto-Metal 6 3.83
27 Rap Metal 5 3.70
28 Black Metal 5 3.90
29 Atmospheric Sludge Metal 4 3.38
30 Symphonic Black Metal 4 3.00
31 Speed Metal 4 3.00
32 Melodic Black Metal 3 3.67
33 Grindcore 3 1.83
34 Death 'n' Roll 2 4.50
35 Heavy Psych 2 3.75
36 Crossover Thrash 1 3.50
37 Funk Metal 1 3.50
38 Deathcore 1 3.50
39 Technical Death Metal 1 4.00
40 Technical Thrash Metal 1 2.50

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PERIPHERY Periphery III: Select Difficulty

Album · 2016 · Progressive Metal
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Of all the Djent bands, Periphery are undoubtedly the biggest and most well known. Since 2005 they have been innovators boldly carving their own path through progressive and tech Metal styles, inspiring many in their wake.

Taking influences from mathy bands like Dillinger Escape Plan and Sikth, harder bands like the ferocious Messugah, the crushing parts from Iowa-era Slipknot, as well as taking the flowing guitar solo techniques from the likes of Dream Theater and mashing it together with the general sounds and clean/heavy dynamics of modern metalcore bands, putting that over the top of the bounce from the heavier Nu Metal bands and even peppering it with electronic and ambient bits that wouldn't feel out of place on a Nine Inch Nails record, the band manage to meld all these disparate styles into one cohesive and entertaining whole.

I know some people get uppity about anyone using the word 'Djent' and argue its either not a real subgenre and its just Prog Metal or else its just a lot of people copying Messugah but both of those sentiments are reductive and inaccurate and time has shown this to be a legitimate and true subgenre (just look at the number of bands who do it now, or the amount a websites devoted to it). You know; In the same way Doom is a real subgenre and not just a load of people copying Black Sabbath and that Power Metal is not just Traditional Heavy Metal.

If you like bands like Tesseract and want something heavier, if you like bands like Monuments and want something catchier, if you like bands like Uneven Structure and want something bouncier, you also really need to check out Periphery. If you like Periphery, this is a particualrly must-have album and not one to pass over or miss out on.

Periphery III Select Difficulty, is, confusingly, Periphery's fifth studio album (due to the Juggernaut Alpha & Omega albums which preceded it not being numbered). It was self produced and released in 2016. The music is a great mix of complicated awkward rhythms, soaring commercial choruses and spicing it up with shimmering guitar lines and the odd bits of electronics here and there. You get some great moments like clean singing over blast beats. There's violins and trumpets and choirs too. Its probably their most diverse album overall.

There are a few awesome heavier tracks like 'The Price Is Wrong,' 'Motormouth' and 'Habitual Line-Stepper.' The band also try stretching their wings a little bit. There are a few newer ideas and more quiet moments, like the superb closer 'Lune' with its beautiful backing vocals, or the catchy and commercial 'Flatline' which could be on the radio as well as the Faith No More influenced 'Reamain Indoors.' There's some great lyrics too. I've worked a lot in hospital and held a lot of people's hands as they die in front of me, and the lyrics to Flat Line are pretty affecting. I particularly like the hook 'He says send an angel to pull me from the hell below. This weight is far too much to own and this body doesn’t feel like home.'

I feel like maybe Periphery II This Time Its Personal is probably their best album overall for sheer impact and creativity at the time, and for how it broke them to a bigger audience, but for me this is a damn close second and their most cohesive and listen-to-on-repeat album to date. I like to leave this album on in the car and just play it end to end, over and over again. There isn't one song on this I wouldn't want to hear live and there are a lot on here that demands to be in compilations and play lists.

I also feel like this is also a great introduction point for people who don't know the band or the subgenre. If you like A Perfect Circle or Cog or Rishloo 'Lune' is really likely to hit you. If you like Slipknot when they go a bit Morbid Angel influenced 'Habitual Line Stepper' is worth checking out. I  even feel like fans of Nu Metal and Rap Metal bands like Incubus and P.O.D and (Hed) PE might even get in on the bouncy bass driven 'Catch Fire.'

Overall, this album is pretty superb and deserves to be heard by more people. If you like any of the bands or ideas I've mentioned above, take a shot and give it a listen. I doubt you'll regret it.

PARKWAY DRIVE Reverence

Album · 2018 · Metalcore
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For their sixth studio album, Parkway Drive had a hell of a lot to live up to. After absolutely perfecting their formula with the popular Horizons and Deep Blue albums, and utterly reinventing themselves on the astounding Ire album, the Australians would have a hard time releasing anything that good. What should they do? Return to the old formula? Try and repeat the triumph of Ire?

What they decided to do was a bit different. On Atlas, the great but less-popular follow up to Deep Blue they decided to try and balance their formula with new ideas like choirs, strings and DJ scratching with more variety of fasts and slows. The band weren’t going to limit themselves or stay in their own little box, they already did the perfect version, so its time to try some new ideas.

Reverence, to me, feels to Ire as Atlas did to Deep Blue. Its not a rehash of the past formula but a pushing of the envelope. Its taking that general idea but broadening it. There’s some pretty inventive and new sounds for Parkway on this album, from quiet spoken word bits, no almost Ghost-eque latin sounding chants (‘I Hope You Rot’), and film-score sounding orchestration. And while Atlas all sounded cataclysmic like a disaster movie, Reverence sounds epic and biblical.

Musical direction is one thing, but of course its all for nothing if the quality isn’t there. Fortunately Revereance is not only interesting, but it is also excellent. There are some absoltuely fantastic songs, amazingly catchy choruses and damn enjoyable guitar lines. There’s parts that’ll stick in your head for days (‘I’ve got the whole world swinging from the end of a chain,’ gets me every time). Some of those drum fills and leads are demading of a good air-instrumenting. Some of these songs will utterly crush live!

If you only want Parkway at their absolute heaviest and don’t want any clean singing, or any atypical instrumentation, then maybe chose a different album as your first. If you like the band, especially the shift in direction that started with Ire, then you don’t want to be missing out on Reverance. It is one hell of a record, strong all the way through, creative, interesting and thoroughly entertaining.

Highlights include the single ‘Wishing Wells’ as well as ‘Shadow Boxing’ and the dark ‘The Colour Of Leaving’

Its too early yet to rank it in their discography, but I can tell you right away from first impressions it certainly aint in trouble of being in the bottom half. I got this on release day (for some reason it was signed, which didn’t cost any extra, hooray!) and have absolutely pasted it every since. I can listen to this five times in a row and not be sick of it. It is a truly joyous album. If you are a fan don’t hesitate, get in on this ASAP.

TESSERACT Sonder

Album · 2018 · Progressive Metal
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In my mind, there’s no doubt about it. Tesseract are the undisputed kings of Djent. There are a lot of great tech metal and alternative metal bands around right now, a lot of bands who mix elements from Tool or Messugah or Nine Inch Nails with the lessons learned from modern metalcore. Some are good, some are even great, but for me none are as effective as Britain’s own Tesseract.

I’ve seen Tesseract a good few times live both with Ashe O’Harra and with Dan, (Never with Good Tiger’s Elliot Coleman sadly) and slowly fallen completely in love with them. Amos and Jay are the perfect rhythm section. The guitarists work so well together weaving through each-other and creating glorious shimmering melodies. To date, all their studio albums have been great, from the heavier debut One to the beautiful and haunting Altered State and the hypnotic Polaris. Even their live album Odyssey/Scala is cracking. With a track record that good something was bound to go wrong. No one can keep it up for so many albums in a row. No one can keep a hot streak alive forever. Sadly however…

…Gotcha! No, 2018’s Sonder is far from a disappointment. Sonder is a triumph! The album is getting some seriously good media attention now. Its not hype. Its not major label pressure on the magazines. Its because Sonder is an absolute barnstormer.

Its got some absolutely electrifying singing. Its got some damn catchy rhythms. It got some pretty classy lyrics (its a concept album exploring a profound sense of insignificance). It flows perfectly from beginning to end. It is expansive and progressive in one way, but is punchy and concise in another way.

Its too early to tell obviously, but a lot of people are calling this the band’s best ever album. As much as I’m skeptical of hyperbole, and think statements of that nature need longer to be sure, I don’t feel utterly resistant about it in this case. (I mean its amazingly hard to top Altered State, which is my personal favourite due to when I came on board, but it doesn’t seem that much of a stretch).

There are some terrific tunes on this. The second single ‘King’ is Djent perfection, that section where it goes ‘Bow. Down.’ is so strong. ‘Juno’ is one of the catchier numbers, up there with ‘Nocturne’ for their catchiest song to date. The lengthy ‘Beneath My Skin/Mirror Image’ is the album’s epic moment. To be fair, its all well and good picking highlights, but this is the kind of thing you have to listen to all the way through.

If you like weird time signatures, if you like emotional and evocative clean singing, if you like awkward polyrhythms and a band who can be technical but make it sound catchy instead of just showing off, Tesseract are the band for you. If you like Tesseract, there is no other option, you need Sonder in your collection now.

SEPULTURA Sepultura - Live in Sao Paulo

Movie · 2005 · Groove Metal
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Sepultura have a good few options if you are into live material. There is the Chaos DVD with the Under Siege video on it with the band touring Arise and playing all their Thrash era songs. There is the Under A Pale Grey Sky cd with the last ever gig of the Max Cavelera line-up on it, playing a lot of material off of Roots and Chaos AD. There is the newer Rock In Rio DVD with the Les Tambors Du Bronx percussion group augmenting them. There’s also plenty of live material on bonus tracks and compilations.

Best of all however, is Sepultura Live In Sao Paulo. It was the first video album with the Derick Green line-up, the first time you got to see and not just hear live versions of material from Roots and Chaos AD and its the only place to hear straight up unaltered versions of material off the Derick Green albums. It was released in 2005 when they were touring Roorback, back when they were still a Gold-selling band.

You get to hear an amazing blend (21 songs!) of material all the way from their earliest EPs and albums with early material like ‘Necromancer’ and ‘Troops Of Doom’ beside the mega-hits from the ’90s like ‘Territory’ and ‘Roots Bloody Roots’ mixed in with more modern gems like ‘Choke’ and what has to be one of the band’s best ever songs in ‘Sepulnation.’ (For me, its in the top 5 songs they ever recorded, any era).

Visually, the album is great. Its really well shot and edited, with no fancy distracting weird camera angels or lenses and no too-fast music video style choppy cuts. The stage set up and tasteful circle of lighting around their tribal ‘S’ logo banner looks really great, and the soundjob and mix are perfect. Sometimes the guitars or the vocals can be too quiet in a live recording, or some times the drums have way too much reverb, or sometimes you can’t hear the crowd’s energy; but here everything is perfectly balanced hear and it all sounds thick and chunky.

The band’s performances are excellent and it really shows off what great musicians they are. I never ‘got’ how good a drummer Igor is until I saw this! I didn’t much care for Derrick Green as a frontman before I saw this an it utterly changed my mind.

It looks great, it sounds great, the tracklist is great and the band play great. What more could you possibly want? Oh well, if you still do want more there is an absolute tonne of extras, with music videos, more live songs, a short making of documentary and biography, a bigger documentary about the band from 1998–2005 and other stuff as well (photogalleries etc.)

Overall; this is a damn strong release from a very important band, and there’s so much on it its great value for money. If like me you were skeptical on them without Max in the band, go on youtube and check out live versions of tracks like ‘Chaos AD’ and especially ‘Sepulnation’ off of this and just try not to be converted! If you are new to the band altogether this is a great starting point blending the best parts of all the eras together.

JUDAS PRIEST Firepower

Album · 2018 · Heavy Metal
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18 studio albums in, and Metal Pioneers Judas Priest are still relevant. There are many bands from the past who are making great music nowadays. Kreator have been as good in the past 10 years as they ever were in the ’80s. You can add Saxon and Accept to that list. Queensryche since Todd joined too.

Priest’s best moments on Redeemer Of Souls and Angel Of Retribution were in that sort of sphere as well but not to the unquestionable level of the above mentioned renaissances. Judging from how magazines, podcasts, blogs and websites I care about have reacted to Firepower however, I was expecting seriously great things when pressing play for the first time.

I’ve been hammering this record non-stop in the car for about half a month now, repeat listening to it over and over again. Its taken a while to grow on me as I had such high expectations after the last Saxon album and also all the hype surrounding this, that it almost did more harm than good setting me unrealistic expectations, but after taking a good long time to really digest it and understand how I feel about it, I can definitely confirm Firepower is a bit of a banger.

There are a few moments of variety, such as the slower closer ‘Sea Of Red’ and the brief instrumental ‘Guardians’ but most of the material is just straight ahead well written classic heavy metal. Highlights for me include ‘Evil Never Dies,’ ‘Rising From Ruins,’ ‘Flame Thrower’ and especailly ‘Traitors Gate.’

That being said, its an album you can listen to all the way through, and its an album you can happily listen to on repeat. I once heard the phrase ‘an album you can get lost in’ and that’s exactly how I feel about Firepower. The performances pop. Rob’s vocals are more energetic than on the previous record. Travis’ drums are that little bit harder. The production is a lot sharper and more metallic as well. Everything sounds that little bit harder and heavier. Maybe its having that Andy Sneap involvment? Who knows, but everything rips. The band sound twenty years younger.

I wouldn’t go overboard and start heaping tonnes and tonnes of hyperbolic praise on this personally. I wouldn’t argue its better than Screaming For Vengeance or Painkiller. I like Angel Of Retribution and Redeemer Of Souls well enough already not to go down that ‘best album since Painkiller’ route, but I will say it is a worthy addition to the band’s catalogue and no disapointment whatsoever. A pedantic person may be inclined to argue it is a bit overlong, and that a few songs are a bit forgettable compared to the better ones, but those are arguments that can be made for pretty much every album nowadays. Iron Maiden fans are well used to it at this stage and it doesn’t stop us buying their albums.

After Nostradamus I thought this band may be hitting a downer period and after KK left the band it seemed quite unlikely they would be anything more than a nostalgia act but that’s two albums now they’ve proved that fear wrong. The band are arguably on an upward streak and they are starting to sound almost as fresh and relevant as the new Accept and Saxon albums have been. Considering by how long Priest pre-date those bands its even more impressive really. It isn’t just as amazing as I was expecting, but what I was expecting wasn’t realistic to begin with, but the more I play Firepower, the closer it gets to being a reality.

If you like Priest, get it. If you like Classic Metal, get it. Hell, if you like Metal at all, get it!

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