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SEPULTURA - Chaos A.D. Groove Metal
VENOM - Black Metal Speed Metal
METALLICA - Master of Puppets Thrash Metal
MEGADETH - Rust in Peace Thrash Metal
ANGRA - Temple of Shadows Progressive Metal
JUDAS PRIEST - Painkiller Power Metal
IRON MAIDEN - Powerslave NWoBHM
SLAYER - Reign in Blood Thrash Metal
BLACK SABBATH - Master Of Reality Heavy Metal
DEEP PURPLE - Deep Purple In Rock Hard Rock
THE PAX CECILIA - Blessed Are The Bonds Metal Related
RUSH - A Farewell to Kings Hard Rock
TOOL - 10,000 Days Progressive Metal
MINDFLOW - Mind Over Body Progressive Metal
STRAPPING YOUNG LAD - The New Black Industrial Metal
RANDOM - Todo.s los colores del Progressive Metal
RANDOM MULLET - Capturing Moments Progressive Metal
RUSH - Rush In Rio Hard Rock
CELTIC FROST - Monotheist Doom Metal
TOOL - Vicarious Progressive Metal

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Metal Genre Nb. Rated Avg. rating
1 Progressive Metal 113 4.02
2 Heavy Metal 87 3.67
3 Hard Rock 64 3.74
4 Thrash Metal 52 3.60
5 Non-Metal 43 3.48
6 Death Metal 27 3.72
7 Alternative Metal 25 3.76
8 Power Metal 25 3.56
9 Stoner Metal 23 3.67
10 Atmospheric Sludge Metal 19 4.05
11 Black Metal 18 3.72
12 Technical Death Metal 17 4.03
13 Melodic Death Metal 15 4.10
14 Avant-garde Metal 13 3.73
15 Atmospheric Black Metal 12 3.79
16 Industrial Metal 12 4.08
17 Heavy Alternative Rock 12 3.08
18 Sludge Metal 12 3.88
19 Metal Related 11 4.05
20 Grindcore 11 3.82
21 Doom Metal 11 4.14
22 Mathcore 10 3.75
23 Proto-Metal 10 4.20
24 Traditional Doom Metal 9 3.56
25 Crossover Thrash 9 3.94
26 US Power Metal 8 3.44
27 Folk Metal 7 3.93
28 Gothic Metal 7 3.57
29 Groove Metal 6 3.92
30 Death-Doom Metal 6 3.25
31 Stoner Rock 6 3.58
32 Speed Metal 5 3.70
33 Technical Thrash Metal 5 3.90
34 Cybergrind 5 3.60
35 NWoBHM 5 3.90
36 Deathcore 4 3.38
37 Brutal Death Metal 3 3.67
38 Nu Metal 3 2.67
39 Metalcore 3 3.83
40 Hardcore Punk 3 3.33
41 Heavy Psych 3 3.83
42 Funk Metal 2 3.50
43 Crust Punk 2 3.50
44 Death 'n' Roll 2 4.25
45 Funeral Doom Metal 1 3.50
46 Drone Metal 1 4.00
47 Melodic Black Metal 1 3.50
48 War Metal 1 3.50
49 Symphonic Black Metal 1 3.00
50 Symphonic Metal 1 3.50

Latest Albums Reviews

MANOWAR Sign of the Hammer

Album · 1984 · US Power Metal
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I never was a fan of Manowar. In fact, I despised them when I was younger, thought they were overrated. The only album I listened was their debut, which failed to impress me: some good songs, but most average hard'n'heavy rock.

I never cared to listen their other albums, until now...

...let's say I changed my mind a bit!

For example, this Sign of The Hammer, is actually a good album! Excellent songwriting, powerful tracks, and the band seems actually excited to play! This albums irradiates that raw energy who every headbanger loves to hear from an eighties album. Even the cheesiness of some lyrics is an inseparable part of that "thing" that makes this release one of the best from Manowar. There's no filler here, but tracks like Thor (The Powerhead), Mountains and the instrumental Thunderpick are my personal highlights. Check it out!

ENTOMBED Morning Star

Album · 2001 · Death 'n' Roll
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Riffs, riffs everywhere!

One of the creators of the death'n'roll subgenre (the kind of music I need to listen more), Entombed shows in this Morning Star why they were the masters of their game. In this album one can listen an almost perfect blend of death, thrash and stoner/doom metal, with exciting riffs, great production and the awesome vocals of the late Lars Göran Petrov. I just can imagine now how these songs would sound alive - and I am not talking about seeing mere live videos!

I don't know what the long term fans thinks about Morning Star, but for me it's a class A album with no fillers. It helps the facts it's short, the listener will always return to this release wanting more. I can't recommend enough!

IRON MAIDEN Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son

Album · 1988 · Heavy Metal
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I think this is their best album. Iron Maiden always flirted with prog rock, and Seventh Son... is the best example of how to make a prog metal album with mass appeal without being over indulgent or losing its edge. There are short and anthemic songs (Can I Play With Madness, The Evil That Men Do, The Clairvoyant), and most complex but catchy tracks (Infinite Dreams, the eponymous epic song).

After this album, they changed the direction and tried to make something more simple, a nod to the two first albums (I believe), but the music sounded a bit forced and the results weren't that great. Seventh Son is still the pinnacle of Maiden music in the 80's, and possibly their best album ever. Check it out!

HAUNT Flashback

Album · 2020 · Heavy Metal
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I think we already have a strong contender for Album of the Year!

Flashback is a new the release from the one man band Haunt. Everything here is made by the restless Trevor William Church, who doesn't only released another album under the Haunt moniker - the good Mind Freeze - but it's always working on a new EP of BEASTMAKER, his another band.

Despite this big production, Trevor always manages to keep the good quality of his music. This Flashback is no exception, and it's even better than most of Haunt discography. Great riffs, catchy chorus, and excellent hooks, with some subtle but interesting keyboards here and there. It's a short album too, so we end the listening session begging for more!

Recommendded album for the trad metalheads out there.

SURRA Virou Brasil

EP · 2019 · Crossover Thrash
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Yep, another EP from the brazilian hardcore/crossover thrash band Surra. Despite its short length (not even four minutes), this release shows a much varied sound: the first track is a genuine samba (no bullshit!) with anti-fascist lyrics. The second song is a straightforward hardcore. The very short "Não Entendi" is pure grindcore, no more no less. And, finally, "Caso Isolado" is a fast crossover track.

"Virou Brasil" is another strong EP from these guys, with a hilarious cover art, and works as an appetizer for their next full length, named "Escorrendo Pelo Ralo" (which already have a single). Go on, check it out!

Latest Forum Topic Posts

  • Posted 37 days ago in R.I.P. L G Petrov
    Oh fuckOnly 49 years, too soonRIP, today is the day of an Entombed marathon Tupan2021-03-08 07:09:05
  • Posted 51 days ago in Recommend me jazz death metal albums
    Thanks everyone! If someone remembers another release, please let me know through this thread!
  • Posted 53 days ago in Recommend me jazz death metal albums
    I am listening to the album Spheres, by Pestilence, and... Well, it's awesome! I want more albums like this, please!

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