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Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by Master_Yoda77, Jan 22, 2013.
Agree with that one. What year is that? Too lazy to check.
You are a fucking moron. Nobody agrees with you. Go die.
Nobobdy agrees with me? And this retard has the nerves to call me a moron.
... but then again, i'v seen your laughable "they're like sisters to me" posts in the pics thread, so i wouldn't be surprised that a simp like you is defending mort.
i dont know about classics, but off the top of my head, i'd say the best metal albums from those three years are ...
Gorguts - From Wisdom to Hate
Opeth - Blackwater Park
Funebrarum - Beneath the Columns of Abandoned Gods
Immolation - The Unholy Cult
Electric Wizard - Dopethrone
Nile - In Their Darkest Shrines
Bathory - Nordland I
Slough Feg - Traveller
Waitin - Casus Luciferi
Spawn of Possession - Cabinet
Psycroptic - The Scepter of the Ancients
Neuraxis - Truth Beyond...
Decapitated - Winds of Creation
Martyr - Warp Zone
Destroyer 666 - Phoenix Rising
Deceased - Supernatural Addiction
Also have to agree Ares Kingdom is extremely overrated here. Way too long and boring.
Edited to merge posts:
I'll add Grand Belial's Key - Judeobeast Assassination for black metal that fits thread criteria.
Guess I need to listen to Traveller, I only have Slough Feg's s/t, but their albums are so ridiculously hard to find.
Buy direct from them. They're cool guys and have pretty much all their albums.
This. Plus, Twilight through Traveller are being reissued on Metal Blade in a month or so.
What album should i start with for Slough Feg?
Never heard any of their stuff.
Depends. The S/T lacks cohesion and is pretty rough (both in recording and song-writing) so I'd only start with it if you started with debut albums as a rule. Traveller is probably the most immediately accessible, has their most polished production, and lots of shiny Maiden-y melodies and such, but it's not super-representative of their sound. The two preceding (Twilight of the Idols and Down Among the Deadmen) would probably be better starting points if you still want an earlier album (and they are my favorites along with Traveller). Hardworlder and what I've heard of The Animal Spirits are Slough Feg in a stipped-down, rocking 70's-oriented direction. Atavism and The Ape Uprising are both sort of transitions between their earlier more epic trad/power material the newer stuff, and might serve as better pictures of their discography on a whole if it wasn't for them being of somewhat lower quality/consistency.
tldr; Twilight of the Idols or Down Among the Deadmen.
Yeah i'd go with Down Among The Deadmen first.The album captures their quirky celtic Thin Lizzy meets Maiden stylings perfectly imo.
it's the only one you need
what a heap
Celtic Frost - Monotheist
Sleep - Dopesmoker
Between the Buried and Me - The Silent Circus
Cephalic Carnage - Lucid Interval
I started with Down Among the Deadmen, and that album is fucking BOSS.
edit: Oh and i forgot to include M-16 by Sodom in my list.
Yeah, i love M-16. Great album.
All you faggots need to leave my thread.
Fuck that, this is our thread now ... scurry along.
Disincarnate - Dreams of The Carrion Kind
Rotten Sound - Murderworks
Tool - Lateralus
Ufomammut - Snailking
Watain - Casus Luciferi