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The Top 5 List Thread

Discussion in 'GMD Social Forum' started by zabu of nΩd, Aug 6, 2016.

  1. CiG

    CiG So Long Suckers!

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    Top 5 metal releases of June 2021:
    1. Cerebral Rot - Excretion of Mortality
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      Disgusting mid-paced riff-heavy death metal.

    2. Darkthrone - Eternal Hails......
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      Craggy true metal, Darkthrone continue to not give a fuck and keep doing their own thing.

    3. Siderean - Lost on Void's Horizon
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      Killer cosmic prog/tech death metal. Formerly known as Teleport.

    4. Witch Vomit - Abhorrent Rapture
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      Heavy as fuck death metal, crushing.

    5. Warmoon Lord - Battlespells
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      Epic black metal, melodic/atmospheric/symphonic without being limp-wristed.
    Top 5 non-metal releases of June 2021:
    1. Perturbator - Lustful Sacraments
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      Awesome mixture of EBM and gothic rock with heavy synths.

    2. Japanese Breakfast - Jubilee
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      Beautifully textured pop album, "Be Sweet" is still my single of the year so far.

    3. The Lounge Society - Silk for the Starving
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      Nice little British art/post-punk EP.

    4. Billy F Gibbons - Hardware
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      Should be self-explanatory lol.

    5. Emily Steinwall - Welcome to the Garden
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      Pretty intense vocal/spiritual jazz album.
     
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    CiG So Long Suckers!

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    Top 5 metal releases of July 2021:
    1. Galvanizer - Prying Sight of Imperception
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      Devastating Finnish deathgrind that dips into groovy Pungent Stench territory at times.

    2. Vouna - Atropos
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      One-woman multi-instrumentalist funeral doom metal from Washington. Impressed me massively!

    3. Hexorcist - Evil Reaping Death
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      Seriously heavy death/thrash with an amazing drum sound.

    4. Krossfyre - Rites of Extermination
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      Finally followed-up their 2017 EP! Sharp and savage black/thrash.

    5. Expunged - Into Never Shall
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      That dude from Ice War has another band, this time it's basically Carnage-worship, but doomier.

    Top 5 non-metal releases of July 2021:
    1. The Flying Luttenbachers - Negative Infinity
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      The gods of brutal prog! Could be counted as metal because of how heavy and grindy it is.

    2. Anika - Change
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      Really good arty dubby post-punk by a woman who kinda reminds me of Nico at times, but way more upbeat.

    3. Shirley Collins - Crowlink
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      Follow-up EP to her amazing album from last year. English folk spiced with field recordings.

    4. Descendents - 9th & Walnut
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      Nothing mindblowing but it's awesome to have one of my favourite hardcore bands back. Catchy shit.

    5. Desperate Journalist - Maximum Sorrow!
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      Nice alternative rock with a bassy/strummy post-punk vibe to it.
     
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    My top five William Friedkin films -
    1. Sorcerer
    2. The Exorcist
    3. To Live & Die in L.A.
    4. The French Connection
    5. Cruising

    My Top five Iron Maiden Albums -
    1. Somewhere In Time
    2. Powerslave
    3. The Number of the Beast
    4. Dance of Death
    5. Piece of Mind
     
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    CiG So Long Suckers!

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    Top 5 metal releases of August 2021:
    1. Diskord - Degenerations
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      Bassy avant-psych tech death for people who usually hate tech death.

    2. Wolves in the Throne Room - Primordial Arcana
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      Epic sound, powerful drumming, love it.

    3. Nocturnal - Serpent Death
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      Vicious cymbal-slaughtering black/thrash.

    4. Nunslaughter - Red Is the Color of Ripping Death
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      All the 80's underground sounds together just assaulting you with riff after riff of nasty metal of death!

    5. Serpent Column - Katartisis
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      Blackened mathcore except it actually works and isn't a terrible meme.
    Top 5 non-metal releases of August 2021:
    1. Sturgill Simpson - The Ballad of Dood & Juanita
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      Stripped to the bone Appalachian outlaw country music and bluegrass, and the whole thing is a concept album so there's an even heavier than usual emphasis on storytelling.

    2. Chrome - Scaropy
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      70's spacey experimental post-punk legends still chugging along. Pretty heavy.

    3. $uicideboy$ - Long Term Effects of Suffering
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      Trapped out NOLA southern rap. Better than their first album at least!

    4. Fragile - Beyond
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      For anybody who doesn't know, these guys are a Yes tribute band that started 20 years ago and at some point started writing original material that is basically solid Yes-worship symphonic prog.

    5. Stuck - Content That Makes You Feel Good
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      Pretty cool art/post-punk EP. Their album from last year was also good.
     

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