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So Far So Good...albums of 2006

Discussion in 'Librarius Metallicus' started by Skizoo, Jul 20, 2006.

  1. Skizoo

    Skizoo Where's the rum??

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    It's been quite a good/average first half of 2006. :kickass: Still to come are albums from Haggard, Iron Maiden, Manticora, Symphony X, Pain of Salvation, Megadeth, to name a few. Share here you'r top albums of 2006 so far.

    At the top of my head I can only remember the following:

    Coldseed - Completion Makes the Tragedy
    Blind Guardian - A Twist in The Myth (promo)
    Duel of Fate - Don't Leave This World
    Eternal Tears of Sorrow - Before the Bleeding Sun
    Liv Kristine - Enter My Religion
    Elvenking - The Winter Wake
    Adagio - Dominate
    Evergrey - Monday Morning Apocalypse
    Beyond Fear - Beyond Fear
    Dark Sun - El Lado Oscuro
    Saurom - Juglar Metal
    Scar Symmetry - Pitch Black Progress
    Pyramaze - Legend of the Bone Carver
    Agalloch - Ashes Against The Grain
    Brother Firetribe - False Metal

    IMO some disappointments were: :ill:

    The Gathering - Home
    Theatre of Tragedy - Storm

    And yes...I'm kind of bored and I don't feel like updating some bands today haha. :saint:
     
  2. Goreripper

    Goreripper Metal as fuck

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    Coldseed - Completion Makes the Tragedy
    Scar Symmetry - Pitch Black Progress
    Strapping Young Lad - The New Black
    Psycroptic - Symbols of Failure
    Andromeda - Chimera
    Edguy - Rocketride
    Katatonia - The Great Cold Distance
    Celtic Frost - Monotheist

    I'm sure I'll be able to add a few more here soon.
     
  3. jimbobhickville

    jimbobhickville Tyrant in Distress

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    Dysrhythmia - Barriers and Passages
    Andromeda - Chimera
    Hammers of Misfortune - The Locust Years
    The Mars Volta - Amputecture (not out yet)
    Prototype - Continuum
    Hypnotheticall - Promo 2006
    Yakuza - Samsara
    Sikth - Death of a Dead Day (though disappointing compared to the last)
    Kopecky - Blood
    Textures - Drawing Circles (good, not fantastic)
    Lacuna Coil - Karmacode (decent, not great)

    Need to hear Thessera and new Novembre still, and probably a few others. I've been buying mostly stuff I missed over the last few years, to be honest, so I haven't kept up with 2006.
     
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    Agalloch - Ashes Against the Grain
    Ihsahn - The Adversary
    Amorphis - Eclipse
    Celtic Frost - Monotheist
    Cronian - Terra
    The Devin Townsend Band - Synchestra
    Dismember - The God That Never Was
    Impaled Nazarene - Pro Patria Finlandia
    Keep of Kalessin - Armada
    Norther - Till Death Unites Us
    Persuader - When Eden Burns
    Rage - Speak of the Dead
    Satyricon - Now, Diabolical
    Sepultura - Dante XXI
    Sodom - Sodom
    SYL - The New Black
    Summoning - Oath Bound
    Witchery - Don't Fear the Reaper
     
  5. jimbobhickville

    jimbobhickville Tyrant in Distress

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    oh yeah, that Persuader is pretty good, and the new Communic too. I should check out that Agalloch sometime.
     
  6. Skizoo

    Skizoo Where's the rum??

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    If your going to check out Agalloch...you MUST OWN the album "The Mantle". Downloaded or buy it, whatever...it's a masterpiece. :worship:

    Listen to it in a calm, quiet place...with some candles on and ....before that you could listen to some Sade to get in mood...j/k :lol: . Anyway...uh o_O ....gotta listen to it, later!
     
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    jimbobhickville Tyrant in Distress

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    I have all 3 of their earlier ones on mp3 already. I'll probably pick 'em up someday, but they're not a huge priority to be honest. Good stuff, but not as great as others make them seem. Of course, more listens might change that opinion.
     

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