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Comeback/Reunion Albums

Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by Omni, Sep 23, 2015.

  1. Mort Divine

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    Belus wasn't that bad after all.
     
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    Exhumed - Necrocracy
    Iron Maiden - Brave New World
    Judas Priest - Angel of Retribution
    Machine Head - The Blackening
     
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    Somnium Excessum is excellent. Listened to it so many times I burned out on it though.
     
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    Wow very nice, a classic in its own right!

    I consider Tony Moore coming back in as a new "milestone", and then him leaving again and the new one with Todd another "start (even with the name change to Riot V). Hell I even like Unleash the Fire more so than Tony's contribution, great stuff.
     
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    Candlemass' eponymous album came as a positive surprise to me.

    This one also came to my mind.
     
  7. Oblivious Maximus

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    Yeah that's a great album. One of their heaviest too.

    I'll second this. If we're counting huge gaps between album releases than Eyehategod's self-titled deserves mention. And fucking Godflesh's A World Lit Only By Fire.
     
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    A few I haven't seen mentioned that deserve a mention...

    Blood of the Nation - Accept
    Dehumanizer - Black Sabbath
    The Devil You Know - Heaven and Hell
    Monotheist - Celtic Frost
    Voivod - Voivod
     
  9. Oblivious Maximus

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    I really like Confessor's Unraveled too.
     
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    Necrocracy is a comeback/reunion album? Are you sure you're not mistaking it for All Guts, No Glory?
     
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