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Discussion in 'ProgPower USA' started by GoRillaBoy76, Dec 13, 2015.

  1. GoRillaBoy76

    GoRillaBoy76 you can call me RRrrr!!

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    I just figured instead of 20 people each starting a thread, there should just be one for everybody to share.

    With that being said my top whatever list should be ready by the end of the week.

    Have fun.
     
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    KingsGene God of Thunder

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    Mardoch Defender of the Universe

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    I'm going to start mine soon, maybe tonight. It's a brutal year to find just a top slice...so much so that I might deviate from the 10 that is the norm.
     
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    Yeah, I'm going to have to make it a top 20 this year. A stellar year of music.
     
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    KingsGene God of Thunder

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    hoodaman Is it live or is it Dave?

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    10. Sound Struggle - Rise
    09. Solution .45 - Nightmares in the Waking State, Pt. 1
    08. Teramaze - Her Halo
    07. Native Construct - Quiet World
    06. Cain's Offering - Stormcrow
    05. Sevendust - Kill the Flaw
    04. Symphony X - Underworld
    03. Shattered Skies - The World We Used to Know
    02. Soilwork - The Ride Majestic
    01. Toto - XIV

    Honorable mentions:

    Tesseract - Polaris
    Riverside - Love, Fear and the Time Machine
    Art Nation - Revolution
     
  7. Mardoch

    Mardoch Defender of the Universe

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    Wow, that's a really strong placement for Sevendust. I thought what I heard when I streamed it a few times was easily the best since Seasons, but I haven't picked it up yet. It's good to see I'm not the only one that still gives them love.
     
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    VenomGA At War With Stan

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    I love looking at these lists mostly because my tastes are very different from most here. But by reading these lists, I sometimes will check out some bands/albums that seem to occur often
     
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    Blind Guardian - Beyond The Red Mirror
    Christian Mistress - To Your Death
    Corsair - One Eyed Horse
    Enforcer - From Beyond
    Gentle Storm - The Diary
    Ghost - Meliora
    Hrom - Legends Of Powerheart
    Judicator - At The Expense Of Humanity
    Lord Fist - Green Eyleen
    Night Demon - Curse Of The Damned
    Nightwish - Endless Forms Most Beautiful
    Orden Ogan - Ravenhead
    Praying Mantis - Legacy
    Visigoth - The Revenant King
     
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    1. Swallow the Sun - Songs of the North I, II & III
    2. Shape of Despair - Monotony Fields
    3. Arcane - Known/Learned
    4. Earthside - A Dream in Static
    5. Leprous - The Congregation
    6. Steven Wilson - Hand. Cannot. Erase.
    7. Between the Buried and Me - Coma Ecliptic
    8. Native Construct - Quiet World
    9. Agent Fresco - Destrier
    10. Riverside - Love, Fear And The Time Machine
    11. My Dying Bride - Feel the Misery
    12. Enslaved - In Times
    13. Transience - Temple
    14. Ahab - The Boats Of The Glen Carrig
    15. Caligula's Horse - Bloom
    16. The Slow Death - Ark
    17. Skepticism - Ordeal
    18. Monolithe - Epsilon Aurigae
    19. Alkaloid - The Malkuth Grimoire
    20. Bell Witch - Four Phantoms
     
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    Blind Guardian - Beyond the Red Mirror
    Mustasch - Testosterone
    Eclispe - Armageddonize
    Iron Maiden - The Book of Souls
    WASP - Golgotha
    Vandes Plas - Chronicles II
    Symphony X - Underworld
    Stratovarius - Eternal
    Steven Wilson - Hand. Cannot. Erase
    Royal Blood - Royal Blood
    Shinedown - Threat to Survival
    Spock's Beard - The Oblivion Particle
    Helloween - My God-Given Right
    Damnation Angels - The Valiant Fire
    Kamelot - Haven

    I'm sure I left a few off. So many releases still to buy thanks to Glenn's Top 50 list. Also need to pick up the new Killing Joke.
     
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    GoRillaBoy76 you can call me RRrrr!!

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    I am going to start with my Rock Top 10 first then I will do my Metal later. I know some of these came out last year, but I did not discover them till this year. (I know alot of people here dont like this style, I still do so whatever)

    10. P.O.D. - The Awakening



    9. Coal Chamber - Rivals



    8. Butcher Babies - Take it like a man
    (I liked their first one alot more than this one)



    7. Straight Line Stitch - Transparency



    6. Pillar - One Love Revolution



    5. Nothing More - Nothing More



    4. Powerman 5000 - Builders of the Future



    3. Sevendust - Kill the Flaw



    2. Thousand Foot Krutch - Oxygen : Inhale



    1. Project 86 - Knives to the Future




    Metal will probably be a top 30
     
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    Man, this was the hardest year to rank in a long time. I think just about everything in my top 12 or so spent a good part of the year in my top 5.

    20. Between the Buried and Me - Coma Ecliptic
    19. Eidola - Degeneraterra
    18. Rendezvous Point - Solar Storm
    17. Vola - Inmazes
    16. Lonely Robot - Please Come Home
    15. Dreadnought - Bridging Realms
    14. Kingcrow - Eidos
    13. The Dear Hunter - Act IV: Rebirth in Reprise
    12. Subterranean Masquerade - The Great Bazaar
    11. Riverside - Love, Fear and the Time Machine
    10. Vennart - The Demon Joke
    09. Zierler - ESC
    08. Intronaut - The Direction of Last Things
    07. Shattered Skies - The World We Used to Know
    06. Agent Fresco - Destrier
    05. Leprous - The Congregation
    04. Native Construct - Quiet World
    03. Caligula's Horse - Bloom
    02. Steven Wilson - Hand. Cannot. Erase
    01. Arcane - Known/Learned
     
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    lane_miller Space Ghost

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    Arcane will be at the top of my list, as well.
     
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    Glad to see someone else discover Agent Fresco
     
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    Still a lot of stuff I don't own. (For example, don't have the new Spock's Beard or the new Vanden Plas), but that is what a lot of this list is about.

    1. Steven Wilson - Hand. Cannot. Erase.: This is really a grower. At first, it sounds a bit too much like his PT output, but the songs are really strong. Maybe his best work outside PT.
    2. Pyramaze - Disciples Of The Sun: To be honest, Barlow brought too much baggage from Iced Earth to separate his work with this. I like the work here much better and it again feels like a Pyramaze album.
    3. Earthside - A Dream In Static: Hell of a debut. Definitely a lot went into the making of this album. I'm going to need to see where they go from here, because you can't always hire a bunch of guests and an orchestra. That being said, the songwriting is definitely there.
    4. Karnataka - Secrets Of Angels: Nice to see them back again, with yet another lineup change. But, that doesn't seem to matter. The music is good no matter who is playing.
    5. Symphony X - Underworld: While I laud the return of melodic Russ, overall I don't think it is quite as good an album as the last one. That being said, the Egypt-like moments are back, and I'm glad for it.
    6. Widek - Journey To The Stars: I actually discovered him independent of this board. Really dug his atmospheric work and lots of good guests on this album.
    7. Ascendia - Lion And The Jester - Again, another awesome debut. Personally, I think the lead singer can wear on you, since he basically has just one level he sings at, but he's certainly powerful enough to impress.
    8. Blind Guardian - Beyond The Red Mirror: Sometimes the bombast just gets to be too much, but no one does epic quite like Blind Guardian. Every song feels huge.
    9. Beardfish - +4626-Comfortzone: In progressive rock, no one tells a story in song quite like these guys. There is always a certain amount of whimsy, but often it underscores some of the darkness.
    10. Tuatha De Dannan - Dawn Of A New Sun: This is here because they finally made a new album after a decade of inactivity. That in itself earns its way into my top 10.


    Honorable Mentions:
    Anekdoten - Until All The Ghosts Are Gone
    Damnation Angels - The Valiant Fire
    The Gentle Storm - The Diary
    Leprous - The Congregation
    3rDegree - Ones and Zeros: Vol. 1
    Muse - Drones
    Kingcrow - Eidos

    Oh, and Tiberian Sons, who brought this awesome prog-metal version of Dancing Mad from Final Fantasy 6 to MAGFest earlier this year:

     
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    10. ACT IV - The Dear Hunter
    9. Inside Out Sountrack - Michael Giacchino
    8. Quiet World - Native Construct
    7. Edios - Kingcrow
    6. Known/Learned - Arcane
    5. Space 1992: Rise of The Chaos Wizards - Gloryhammer
    4. Love, Fear And The Time Machine - Riverside
    3. Destrier - Agent Fresco
    2. Bloom - Caligula's Horse
    1. THE CONGREGATION - LEPROUS.
     
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    Yet another Agent Fresco fan, love it
     
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    CiG Primordial Soup of Radioactive Sewage

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    I think I'm missing the joke, what's so great about Justin Bieber wearing a Metallica shirt?
     
  20. Mardoch

    Mardoch Defender of the Universe

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    I'm not putting this year's list in a ranked order because that would be too much effort and would be dishonest by tomorrow anyway. That being said here are my Top 14, some honorable mentions, and some other thoughts.

    Andy Hauck - Westerly

    He bills himself thusly "The worlds[sic] one and only Nevada based amateur professional progressive western-rock shred djent artist for at least several miles in any given direction." and I have to say that pretty much nails his sound and attitude. This was such a refreshing piece of not-too-serious-but-very-badass music that it instantly grabbed me and didn't let go. I'd sorta liken it to the same approach and feel that you get from Voyager, very serious chops on display by very unpretenious people. Just fresh and fun.

    Favorite track: Pantry Splits

    (pay attention to the lyrics, they're hilarious)

    Between the Buried and Me - Coma Ecliptic
    While I've always had an appreciation for their technical skill I've had a similar level of distaste for the vocal stylings. Since the vocal approach for this album is different...well I got to feel and appreciate the full brunt of their progressive onslaught. This album is such a fantastic piece of prog through and through. I need to give their back catalog another shot to see if my opinion is different now than before, but even if I don't like their older material I'll always have this beasty to keep me occupied.

    Favorite track: Ectopic Stroll


    Chaosbay - Tragedy No.1 & Vasilisa (combined for brevity)
    Technically two separate entities, but since I've had so many pieces of pure awesome this year I'm combining these into one entry. This is a project from Manheim Germany that hit me like...a...steamroller...(I'll grab my coat). It's djenty (or at least I found them via got-djent, but it's not a huge part of the sound), but borderline rock at points, and full of tasty grooves and delightful displays of skill. And the vocals don't suck (which so many djent outfits are afflicted by, especially the smallest guys). They don't sound like anyone that I can think of right off, and that's quite the good thing.

    Favorite track from Tragedy No.1: Chapter III: The Decline

    Featured track from Vasilisa: VI. Revenge (Come Back Home)

    (my favorite is actually III. Arrow One (Raise the Veil) but the only vid on youtube is drum cam and the sound is not good at all)

    David Maxim Micic - Eco and Ego
    These two EPs are essentially one package, so they get combined. David Maxim Micic is, I'm pretty sure, a damned genius. For 3 years running he's landed high in my top X lists. Bilo 3.0 (2013) is a work of mad genius, Destiny Potato (2014) shows he can do things with broader appeal, and Ego and Eco show a softer side with more ambiance and less outright balls and chunk. He gets mad bonus points for picking up Dan Wieten, of The Omega Experiment (which if you haven't checked out you should, because it's awesome), for Satellite which was a complete shock to me since The Omega Experiment seems like it has 5 fans. It works perfectly, though, because that song is one of my tops of the year. On the Ego side it's mostly instrumental like his releases of old, and with a bit more chunk than Eco. In my favorite tune on this EP he showcases his ability to use his signature theme from all the way back on Bilo 1.0 in new and interesting ways. The unabashed presence of his local cultural influences just make the whole shebang that much more endearing to me. Few things amplify the awesome of metal like the local cultures of the people creating it.

    Favorite track from Eco: Satellite

    Favorite track from Ego: Develop


    Earthside - A Dream in Static
    There isn't a single thing on this disc that I would call out as a dislike. For a debut that's a hell of an accomplishment, because I'm a picky bastard (and yet this isn't the only debut to do so this year!). Literally my only complain is that I want more LJ, because they brought out something in his voice that was just stunning, and wrapped it in a soundscape that's totally new for him. All of the vocalist picks were great, and they delivered killer performances to a person. Strid's piece is one that's a bit out of his norm, being pretty much entirely clean, and he nails it. Daniel Tompkins, to no one's surprise, kills his piece. Just fantastic all around. Killer production, amazing writing, and instrumentals that keep you really engaged. These guys really deliver. I can't wait to see what they come up with next. Good luck to them on following up on such a successfully ambitious album.

    Favorite track: Mob Mentality


    Fake Heroes - Clouds

    Take DGM and Destrage, throw them in a blender, spice it up halfway through with some groove and djent, pour out a nice tall glass of Fake Heroes. This album is very much in that Italian vein of metal and thoroughly delivers on the progressive melodic groove side of things. I had a small period of "not sure what I think of those vocals," but by about halfway through my first listen all concerns regarding the vocals were gone and I was completely sold. Despite being a latecomer in the year this album really took hold of me for about 2 weeks solid and I didn't listen to much other than it, and I found something new to appreciate every time.

    Featured track: Lifelong Addiction

    (my favorite, I think, is Skyline, but it's not to be found on youtube)

    Jakub Żytecki - Wishful Lotus Proof
    For those who are unaware, this is the guitarist behind Disperse (who made my list in '13). His solo efforts are every bit as good, but a bit more adventurous. Much like David Maxim Micic if he puts something out it's damned near guaranteed to hit my top X of the year, because he just tickles my brain in ways few other artists do. It's beautiful and heavy and proggy and somehow accessible and basically just built of awesome. Bonus <3 is awarded because the sleeve of my physical copy is personalized.

    Favorite track: Satya's Diary


    Novallo - Novallo II

    It's hard to even describe these guys. They're insane. Progressive is undeniable, also a healthy dose of the electronics, certainly djent influence, but mostly it's like mad genius. It's so out there that when I intially heard it my reaction was "Well...that's interesting. Not sure I'd listen to it on a regular basis, though." Turns out I was partially incorrect, because I have listened to a lot of Novallo since a few months after that first brush with them and it only keeps getting better with exposure. I'm honestly still not 100% on what it is in here that grabs me so, but it certainly does and I don't mind not knowing all the reasons I love something.

    Favorite track: I AM

    (or if you need something a bit more normal Sidways Bird is killer and has a really neat video
    )

    Periphery - Juggernaut: Alpha/Omega
    Well, it's Periphery. At this point they're something of a known quantity to anyone who's even sorta paid attention. I would consider myself a fanboy of theirs and my anticipation levels for this album were sky high. It does not disappoint in the slightest. Heavy as hell, groovy as f, more riffs than you can poke with 800 sticks. It's got some of Spencer's best screams on it (KILL THEM SLOOOWWWWW), and his cleans are more tenable for me as well. This double album has done nothing to dispel my love for this crew, and I'm already salivating for what's next.

    Favorite track: The Bad Thing


    Shattered Skies - The World We Used to Know
    One of this year's pre-ordered debuts. Fat 8 string tone (sans mud), check, wicked bass work, check, smooth vocals (he'll be sorely missed, I hope the replacement is up to the task), check, drums that don't know how to not groove, check. And for bonus, some seriously awesome piano work. This album is a complete package, and considering it's their first full output, well...that just signals something higher and mightier about it. Despite being released in early January it's tenaciously clung to a spot amongst the top of 2015s releases. That's good freakin work, fellas.

    Favorite tracks: As the Sea Divides (because holy crap that piano)

    and/or The End and the Rebirth


    Soilwork - The Ride Majestic

    The veteran masters of melodeath from Sweden handily retain their titles as masters. They move forward with every release and yet are still identifiable as who they've always been. That's a damned good trick that not too many acts can pull off. I was really curious what could possibly come behind The Living Infinite that would be a worthy successor and in The Ride Majest I have quite the answer. There are no weak tracks to be found, but quite a few standouts. Metal is replete with songs concerning death, but not many have the beautiful impact that Death in General does. This whole disc, really, feels very honest, and every song has significant oomph. Soilwork is yet another band that has done nothing to dispel my fanboy tendencies this year. I can't get enough of these guys. And I'm still incredibly happy that I got to see them at PPUSA where they got a proper freakin audience reaction from a full room. Damn, that was a show.

    Favorite track: Death in General


    Teramaze - Her Halo

    The Teramaze of a few years ago was a band I liked. That's it, really. I listened periodically but never with huge enthusiasm. I mostly got into their stuff because Lance King, being who he is, did a great job of selling them to me. That whole so-so vibe is completely gone with Her Halo. Holy crap, what a slab. Their new direction and vocalist suit them very well, and this album displays all that they can do with aplomb. Grooves, heavy riffage, soaring vocals, long winding proggy tunes, a solid sense of identity, and a projection of utmost confidence are all things you'll find within, and the whole package is quite engaging. I had high hopes after hearing the demo of For the Innocent and they most certainly delivered.

    Favorite tracks: Out of Subconscious

    and For the Innocent


    The Paralydium Project - The Paralydium Project

    Where did this come from!? It's the distilled essence of all that is great about powerprog in three amazing songs. I could do with album after album of material like this and I really hope they provide it. I don't have much to say about this one other than that it's just awesome. I can't see a fan of powerprog not falling head over heels for it. My only qualm is that it's JUST 3 songs.

    Favorite track: Astral Liberation


    Umpfel - Cactus

    This one's a dandy kick in the derriere. It's jazzy, djenty, proggy, and crazy. It's another one of those "lol, wow, where the hell'd THAT come from!?" surprises this year. Native Construct, Sound Struggle, and Umpfel all have that sort of crazy jazz-djent-wtf in common, but to me Umpfel delivers on its promise best of them all. All that and it ends with a song about a guy who wants to murder the sheep who aren't helping abate his insomnia.

    Favorite track: Precarious



    honorable mentions:

    Animus Complex - Immersion
    A late bloomer out of nowhere that just goes to town on djentgroove like few others have. I'm a sucker for a funky vibe in grooves and these fellas deliver.

    Favorite track: Ifinite Conclusions


    Universe Effects - In the Haze That Surrounds Us
    It's like Kansas on metalroids. Nothing to not love here unless you're one of those that takes issue with the vocals (I'm quite fine with them personally). Or a rotten commie bastard. But that's pretty much the only way one could not love what these guys are up to.

    Sound Struggle - Rise

    I briefly checked these guys out when their album dropped, but I sorta tucked them away for "check later" and forgot to do so. When Glenn stuck them in his annual top 50 I gave them a renewed listen and found much to love. The vocals need some work (hopefully time and training iron that part out), but other than that it's djentyjazzy madness that I can get behind. Berklee...breeding ground for aural chaos. And I love them for it. (doesn't hurt that my brother graduated from there and remains one of the best guitarists I've ever known, but that's a different topic)

    Haamoja - Natural Evolution
    It's like someone took the acid jazz inspired soundtrack of Breath of Fire 3, mixed in some actual jazz in the form of Snarky Puppy, and then said "eh...needs metal!" to top it off. It's something a bit different for sure, but it combines a number of my disparate musical likes in just the right quantities to provoke a strong response.

    Ascendia - The Lion and the Jester

    One hell of a debut that came out of nowhere. The only reason that it didn't "chart" is that it wasn't the sounds I was searching for this year. But, I mean, those vocals. That riffage. These guys are going to kill us at PPUSA and I'm eagerly awaiting it. Also they're genuinely freaking nice people. They entertained my prattling for like 20 solid minutes in Vinyl this year, and were somehow actually interested in what I had to say, hah.

    Sithu Aye - Senpai EP「先輩EP」
    I pretty much love everything about this EP, and it reminds me of many of the reasons I love goofy anime to begin with. I can easily see "Senpai Please Notice Me!" being the theme for one of those classic long form intros. And when I hear "The Power of Love and Friendship!" I can see those 30-45 degree over the shoulder camera angles with their quick 360 degree pans around the not-really-imperilled battling hero. I'm really hoping for an explosion of work in the progressive weeaboo-core genre. Sithu Aye is one of my favorite operatives in instrumetal these days.

    Blind Guardian - Beyond the Red Mirror
    Well hot shit! This is the form of BG that I love the most. This harkens back to A Night at the Opera, which is far and away my favorite BG disc. If I were still in the more powery days of my youth this probably would've been 2015's number 1 for me, but I'm not there anymore. Regardless of that change in personal taste this album floored me. I still love these guys, and I cannot wait to see them in Atlanta.

    Kingcrow - Eidos
    Another one that was awesome through and through, but just not the sounds I was seeking. Kingcrow sounds like no one else in metal these days, and that's just not easy to pull off for as long a stretch as they have. I quite love this disc, but I should've spent more time with it in order to properly place it up above in the tops category.

    regular mentions:
    Symphony X - Underworld
    A much anticipated album that delivered all I could've hoped for. Why didn't it land in the top? No reason other than it just wasn't what I was seeking out for most of the year. When I wanted it, though, damn was it there for me.

    Tesseract - Polaris
    An album I need to spend more time with to appreciate. It doesn't grab me like the last, but I may have unfairly self-hyped for the return of Dan. There's nothing I would call out as explicitly wrong with it, but it just hasn't hit me like I'd hoped. Time, I hope, will reveal to me its greatness.

    Solution .45 - Nightmares in the Waking State, Pt. 1
    An album which I haven't gotten to spend much time with yet because I acquired it so late. But damn that first listen was killer. Had I known ye better surely a position in the top would've been yours.
     
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