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    Posted: 22 Nov 2017 at 12:51pm
Here is a preliminary list of nonprog albums from my records at ProgFreak.  Not all metal and doesn't include the prog metal albums, but when I tried delineating by "metal" it listed all of my albums from 2017.



  I don't know why the formula won't sort out only the metal albums.  ???  I would like to have included prog metal albums too.


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I'm on 154 total heard with 73 reviewed. Had 80 reviewed for last year, but a handful of those have come after the event, so I'm expecting this to be my best year in a while if I can keep the pace up, since 2015 was the year of the burnout. It's probably past the time I add unreviewed 2016 releases into my main list to be honest: I have a few unranked that I've actually got the CD of even. 
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I finally reached 100 albums on my RYM list, which is probably going to be my goal for future lists at this point, since I'm listening to music a lot less than I was in the past few years. Here's an updated list of my metal/rock albums rated for this year, now with a revised rating system:

5.0:
Ayreon - The Source
Serenity - Lionheart
Ensiferum - Two Paths
Lovebites - Awakening from Abyss
Brothers of Metal - Prophecy of Ragnarok
Mindmaze - Resolve

4.5:
Wind Rose - Stonehymn
Bloodbound - War of Dragons
Xandria - Theater of Dimensions
Palantir - Lost Between Dimensions
Progenie Terrestre Pura -oltreLuna
Carach Angren - Dance and Laugh Amongst the Rotten
Elvenking - Secrets of the Magick Grimoire
Anthriel - Transcendence
Mindmaze - Beyond the Human Mind
Beast in Black - Berserker
Atlas Pain - What the Oak Left 
Keldian - Darkness and Light
Alestorm - No Grave but the Sea
Persefone - Aathma
Rage - Seasons of the Black
Cryonic Temple - Into the Glorious Battle

4.0:
Dragonforce - Reaching Into Infinity
Victorius - Heart of the Phoenix
Metalite - Heroes in Time
Madrost - The Essence of Time Matches No Flesh
Bare Infinity - The Butterfly Raiser
Galderia - Return of the Cosmic Men
Majesty - Rebels
Altair - Descending: A Devilish Comedy
Power Quest - Sixth Dimension
Dragonfly - Genesis
Ignea - The Sign of Faith
Noumena - Myrrys
Iced Earth - Incorruptible
Kingfisher Sky - To Turn the Tables
Angel Nation - Aeon
Exit Eden - Rhapsodies in Black
Harlott - Extinction
Fen - Winter
Kaledon - Carnagus - Emperor of the Darkness
Crimfall - Amain
Dragony - Lords of the Hunt
Hell in the Club - See You on the Dark Side
Firewind - Immortals
Stamina - System of Power
Overkill - The Grinding Wheel
Mechina - As Embers Turn to Dust
Unleash the Archers - Apex
Battle Beast - Bringer of Pain
Solaris - Reunion
Crimson Sun - The Spirit of Unchainable
Kreator - Gods of Violence

3.5:
Sons of Apollo - Psychotic Symphony
Eagleheart - Reverse
Orden Ogan - Gunmen
Anubis Gate - Covered in Black
Signum Regis - Decennium Primium
Adagio - Life
Mutiny Within - Origins
Secret Sphere - The Nature of Time
Aldaria - Land of Light
Grave Digger - Healed by Metal
Saille - Gnosis
Cellador - Off the Grid
Trivium - The Sin and the Sentence
Seven Kingdoms - Decennium
Ancestral - Master of Fate
Witherfall - Nocturnes and Requiems
Stormhammer - Welcome to the End
Wolfchant - Bloodwinter
Pyramaze - Contingent
Wolfpakk - Wolves Reign
Avatarium - Hurricanes and Halos
Blaze Bayley - Endure and Survive (Infinite Entanglement Part II)
The Murder of My Sweet - Echoes of the Aftermath
Edenbridge - The Great Momentum
Soen - Lykaia
Blood Stain Child - Tri Odyssey

3.0:
Amberian Dawn - Darkness of Eternity
Masterplan - Pumpkings
Fogalord - Masters of War
Lancer - Mastery
Nocturnal Rise - Phoenix
Stone Sour - Hydrograde
Need - Hegaiamas: A Song for Freedom
John Frum - A Stirring in the Noos
Crystal Viper - Queen of the Witches

2.5: 
Insatia - Phoenix Aflame
Next to None - Phases
Annihilator - For the Demented
Mastercastle - Wine of Heaven
SikTh - The Future in Whose Eyes?
Astral Doors - Black Eyed Children

1.5:
Arthemis - Blood Fury Domination

1.0: 
Pain of Salvation - In the Passing Light of Day

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^ Which they kind of look like they're going to be playing from the promo pictures (I even googled all girl j-pop groups to make sure I wouldn't out of line pointing this out in my upcoming review and lo and behold their picture came up). In a way though that gives the album all the more impact when you realise that they're pretty far removed from everything else that's come before them in that growing scene. 
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It's a really good one. Surprised me completely considering the Japanese all female scene has a bit of a reputation for being influenced by j-pop.
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Nice list Ashley, there's a few there I still want to check out. 

That Lovebites album may be about to dethrone oltreLune on my 2017 list. Been writing a review on and off for a day or two now, piecing bits together, listening to it over and over. I thought it was going to settle on a 4.5, but then I cracked up the volume for my current listen which has sealed the deal on a 5.0. 
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I'm pretty bad at rating the new stuff I've heard, but I'm spent a bit of time today going through and cataloguing everything in prearation for the best of year vote.

In no order except for star rating groupings and I can't be sure that I haven't left something off.

Current top album:

Spectral Voice - Eroded Corridors of Unbeing

5.0

Lovebites - Awakening from Abyss
Wode - Servants of the Countercosmos
Paradise Lost - Medusa
Progenie Terrestre Pura - oltreLuna
Ayreon - The Source
White Ward - Futility Report
Pure Wrath - Ascetic Eventide

4.5

Todesstoß - Ebne Graun
Wolves in the Thron Room - Thrice Woven
Tchornobog - Tchornobog
Iced Earth - Incorruptible
Fen - Winter
Locust Leaves - A Subtler Kind of Light
Hour of Penance - Cast The First Stone
Falls of Rauros - Vigilance Perennial
Unleash the Archers - Apex
Rage - Seasons of the Black
Ruby the Hatchet - Plantary Space Child
Esoctrilihum -  Mystic Echo From A Funeral Dimension
Havukruunu - Kelle Surut Soi
Pillorian - Obsidian Arc
Hideous Divinity - Adveniens
Devil Electric - Devil Electric
The Doomsday Kingdom - The Doomsday Kingdom
Anubis Gate - Covered in Black
Threshold - Legends of the Shires
MindMaze - Resolve

4.0

Enslaved - E
Belphegor - Totenritual
Cnoc An Tursa - The Forty Five
Black Anvil - As Was
Carach Angren - Dance and Laugh Amongst the Rotten
Kalmankantaja - Demonwoods
Sun of the Sleepless - To the Elements
Fellwarden - Fellwarden
Severoth - Forestpaths
Au-Dessus - End of Chapter
Wiegedood -  De doden hebben het goed II
The Great Old Ones - EOD: A Tale of Dark Legacy
Highland - Loyal to the Nightsky
Asagraum - Potestas Magicum Diaboli
Diaspora - Cormorant
Bezmir - Void
Fell Ruin - To the Concrete Drifts
Wormwood - Ghostlands: Wounds From a Bleeding Earth
Horn - Turm Am Hang
Lorn - Arrayed Claws
Saille - Gnosis
Archspire - Relentless Mutation
Dark Matter Secret - Perfect World Creation
Ulsect - Ulsect
Chelsea Wolfe - Hiss Spun
Myrkur - Mareridt
The Ruins of Beverast - Exuvia
Bathsheba - Servus
Argus - From Fields of Fire
Orden Ogan - Gunmen
Vandroya - Beyond the Human Mind
DragonForce - Reaching Into Infinity
Seven Kingdoms - Decennium
Anthriel - Transcendence
Galactic Empire - Galactic Empire
Hair of the Dog - This World Turns
Black Country Communion - BCCIV
Avatarium - Hurricanes and Halos
Madrost - The Essence of Time Matches No Flesh
Droid - Terrestrial Mutations
Overkill - The Grinding Wheel

3.5

Blut Aus Nord - Deus Salutis Meæ
Arch Enemy - Will to Power
Elder - Reflections of a Floating World
Kalmankantaja - Routamaa
Vature - Misery's to Regret
Time Lurker - Time Lurker
Veldes - The Bitterness Prophecy
Death Fortress - Triumph of the Undying
Nephilim's Howl - Through the Marrow of Human Suffering
Black Cilice - Banished from Time
Laster - Ons vrije fatum
Anakim - Monuments to Departed Worlds
Wintersun - The Forest Seasons
Artificial Brain - Infrared Horizon
Ex Deo -  The Immortal Wars
Sunless - Urraca
Exocrine - Ascension
Bell Witch - Mirror Reaper
Trivium - The Sin and the Sentence
Accept - The Rise of Chaos
Adrenaline Mob - We Are the People
Kobra and the Lotus - Prevail I
Crystal Viper - Queen of the Witches
Grave Digger - Healed by Metal
Pyramaze - Contingent
Mastodon - Emperor of Sand
Royal Blood - How Did We Get So Dark?
Power Trip - Nightmare Logic

3.0

Satyricon - Deep Calleth upon Deep
Eskapism - Tales of Elder Forest
Au Champs Des Morts - Dans la joie
Weregoat - Pestilential Rites Of Infernal Fornification
Royal Thunder - Wick
Annihilator - For the Demented
Wreche - Wreche
Jute Gyte - Oviri

2.5

Ex Eye - Ex Eye

2.0

Vattnet - Vattnet

1.5

Lonely Star - My Personal Heaven

1.0

Ghost Bath - Starmourner

0.5

If I Could Kill Myself - Ballad of the Broken
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Very nice list! I need to listen to some of those albums before the year ends.
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I've done a little bit of re-ordering within rating tiers and I may adjust a few scores to realign with my rating system before the year's end, but I present my 70 album review list (four reviews still waiting to be posted publicly - will put one up this evening or tomorrow morning). 

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The Ruins of Beverast is a real grower. When I reviewed it I was initially going to give it a 3 and ended up with a 5.
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Definitely looking like 2017 belongs to doom metal based on the current 2017 chart on RYM. I need to give that Ruins of Beverast album some more listens. Spectral Voice review is lined up next. 

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I've never been much of a Trivium fan, but this song is so damn amazing! This is what I call heavy fuckin' metal. This is one of the best songs I've heard this year.
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Originally posted by adg211288 adg211288 wrote:

We're in the last quarter of the year now and I have to say I think it's been a very good one so far!




http://www.metalmusicarchives.com/album/madrost/the-essence-of-time-matches-no-flesh

This one is the only one of these I don't physically own, mostly because it's a self-released CD and the postage is excessive to the UK. I still say it's better than Terminal Redux though. Tongue



Love this album myself and like you didn't buy it because of the ridiculous shipping cost.
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I just went to youtube and listened to that Madrost posted above ^^.

Not bad at all, very thrashy & progressive, but it didn't quite catch my attention like the Vektor album did. Still, I might have to pick it up one of these days. Thanks for the post mentioning it

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I know it may compilcate matters but maybe MR could be allowed if the artist has previously released metal albums? It felt a bit wrong last year to bar Opeth from the vote. Only disallow them if the artist is solely here as MR/Non-Metal.
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Originally posted by adg211288 adg211288 wrote:

Originally posted by Unitron Unitron wrote:

Originally posted by adg211288 adg211288 wrote:

One last note while I'm here, I will opening MMA's best of year list for everyone to take part in this year - not just site collaborators - so if you're a regular in this thread start thinking of your lists and watch for a submission thread come the year's end. 

Is it going to be set up the same as last year, where everyone's top album gets a mention if it doesn't make the list? Also, I think it would be a good idea to let people have a MR recommendation outside of the main list if anyone has one. 

Though I would also like to avoid another 2013 situation where people felt the winning album was barely relevant to be on a metal site's top album list.

That's why I'm suggesting having where someone could give a single MR recommendation outside of the main list similar to what was done in 2014. That way an MR/Non-metal album doesn't get in the top of the year albums, but gets a little attention.

I'm not that attached to if MR is included or not, just a suggestion I had for if there is anyone who wants some attention given to an MR album. (There is one non-metal album that I really enjoyed, it has a good amount of hard rock, but not enough for the new rules.)


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Originally posted by Unitron Unitron wrote:

Originally posted by adg211288 adg211288 wrote:

One last note while I'm here, I will opening MMA's best of year list for everyone to take part in this year - not just site collaborators - so if you're a regular in this thread start thinking of your lists and watch for a submission thread come the year's end. 

Is it going to be set up the same as last year, where everyone's top album gets a mention if it doesn't make the list? Also, I think it would be a good idea to let people have a MR recommendation outside of the main list if anyone has one. 

There are likely to be a few tweaks to the normal rules to be decided closer to the time. I'm considering allowing MR in the main list but not Non-Metal. Mostly because last year disallowing MR nearly screwed the entirely result when albums that were in Metal subs or even Hard Rock were voted into the top 100 then got moved to MR after the event or even during the result compile. 

Though I would also like to avoid another 2013 situation where people felt the winning album was barely relevant to be on a metal site's top album list.

One change that may happen this year is a scoring overall that rewards people's top album more points. 


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Originally posted by adg211288 adg211288 wrote:

One last note while I'm here, I will opening MMA's best of year list for everyone to take part in this year - not just site collaborators - so if you're a regular in this thread start thinking of your lists and watch for a submission thread come the year's end. 

Is it going to be set up the same as last year, where everyone's top album gets a mention if it doesn't make the list? Also, I think it would be a good idea to let people have a MR recommendation outside of the main list if anyone has one. 
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We're in the last quarter of the year now and I have to say I think it's been a very good one so far!

I try to be more reserved with giving out five star ratings than I used to be, but I've had no less than nine albums this year where I couldn't justify anything less (and did try to in some cases). Quite a few 4.5's as well. Of course this is only counting reviewed albums. I've been reviewing steadily this year but not done as many as some years and have been picking and choosing mostly the albums I feel most positive about, especially those I'm purchased for myself. Promo reviewing interests me little these days. I currently stand at 58 2017 reviews. I think I'm going to try to aim for at least 70 before the year is out. 

It's also been a funny year for someone who keeps saying how burned out he is on prog metal, with three albums in my top 5 being prog albums. 

Anyhow, here's how my current top 10 stands, a couple of them actually being very recent reviews:


http://www.metalmusicarchives.com/album/progenie-terrestre-pura/oltreluna

I can't see this one being unseated from my number one spot now. These guys incorporate many unusual elements into their black metal sound and it still blows me away every time I stick it on.


http://www.metalmusicarchives.com/album/mindmaze/resolve


http://www.metalmusicarchives.com/album/ayreon/the-source




http://www.metalmusicarchives.com/album/anubis-gate/covered-in-black


http://www.metalmusicarchives.com/album/ruby-the-hatchet/planetary-space-child


http://www.metalmusicarchives.com/album/esoctrilihum/mystic-echo-from-a-funeral-dimension


http://www.metalmusicarchives.com/album/locust-leaves/a-subtler-kind-of-light


http://www.metalmusicarchives.com/album/madrost/the-essence-of-time-matches-no-flesh

This one is the only one of these I don't physically own, mostly because it's a self-released CD and the postage is excessive to the UK. I still say it's better than Terminal Redux though. Tongue


http://www.metalmusicarchives.com/album/fen/winter


http://www.metalmusicarchives.com/album/iced-earth/incorruptible

The only 4.5 review here. There's a few other 4.5's that could get swapped into this position yet though, so long as a 10th 5.0 doesn't appear that is. 

One last note while I'm here, I will opening MMA's best of year list for everyone to take part in this year - not just site collaborators - so if you're a regular in this thread start thinking of your lists and watch for a submission thread come the year's end. 
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I just got the Seven Spires - Solveig album, holy Toledo, that's a very good album

I think my top 3 albums of 2017 so far are Threshold - Legends Of The Shires, MindMaze - Resolve, and that Seven Spires - Solveig.

The new Iced Earth is great too, best album with Stu. And the Unleash The Archers is great.
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