I know both these terms are pretty vague, but after discussing certain albums that are approaching their 10 year anniversary (or already met), I find it interesting and sort of weird to think that these albums are 10 years old and they still seem so new. At the time of their release, I wonder if anyone thought these albums would still be listened to and valued so greatly. For the sake of making this simple, the album has to be 10 years or older, but for it to be "modern" it needs to be released after the year 2000. So, anything between Jan 1st, 2000 to today's date, 2003. The ones I'm discussing are Reverend Bizarre - In the Rectory of the Bizarre Reverend The Lord Weird Slough Feg - Traveller I hail these albums very high on the list of the best albums of the 2000s, especially Reverend Bizarre. That album is one of the best ever in doom metal. What do you faggots think? Blut Aus Nord's "The Work Which Transforms God" is approaching 10 years, as is Darkspace "Darkspace I".