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  1. Metal
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  1. A Crooked Path to Desolation
    Nightbird's Song Nightbird's Song
  2. Vederlicht verraad
    by LASTER
    Vederlicht verraad Vederlicht verraad
  3. Slow Forever
    by COBALT
    Cold Breaker Cold Breaker
    Probably my favourite Cobalt record now, which is saying a lot. It's only April now, but I have a feeling this will be my AotY. It's ridiculously long, spanning two CDs, and yet nothing on this record is superfluous. Rarely do I feel like pressing repeat at the end of an album of this length, but I find myself doing that a lot with this beast.
  4. Null & Void
    by 0
    Null & Void Null & Void
  5. Söngvar elds og óreiðu
    by Misþyrming
    Söngur heiftar Söngur heiftar
  6. Von Er Eitur
    by Mannveira
    Von Er Eitur Von Er Eitur
  7. Demo 2015
    by Wrang
    Bestand in Onbestand Bestand in Onbestand
    This is not just a demo. When it comes to old school thrashing black metal, Wrang are doing all the right things. The riffs are catchy as hell and the production is very tradtitional, while everything is audible. What sets this apart from anything else, though, is the vocal delivery, which to me really seems above and beyond most black metal bands.
  8. The Lady In The Lake
    by Nemorensis
    The Lady In The Lake The Lady In The Lake
  9. DREGS
    by DREGS
    Scram Scram
    appears in 1 other collection
  10. Regnum Saturni
    by Fell Voices
    Emergence Emergence
  11. The Deluge
    by Fever Sea
    Genesis In Retort Genesis In Retort
  12. Saint Nicolas
    by CAGE Grind Noir
    Trapped in Paradise Trapped in Paradise
  13. Nihilistischen
    by Minenwerfer
    On Philosophy and War On Philosophy and War
    Unfortunately, this would be the band's last full-length, but it is a killer. Damn do these drums pound.
  14. Volkslieder
    by Minenwerfer
    Teufel Mit Uns Teufel Mit Uns
    Volkslieder is obviously not as rich or mature as Nihilistischen, but I still regularly find myself going back to this for 'Teufel mit Uns' and 'The Battle of Verdun'.