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  1. ANTARES
    by SYBREED
    00:00/00:00
    REVIVE MY WOUNDS REVIVE MY WOUNDS
    Well, as one might guess I definitely own this album already. But, even if it sounds silly, this is less of a genuine purchase and more of a statement. To not have an album I love as much as "Antares" in my collection would feel a bit strange to me.
    There's barely any album I've listened to more, barely any that influenced my musical tastes more. I simply consider "Antares" to be the best Modern Metal album to date.
  2. The Burning Sun
    by Radiance
    00:00/00:00
    The Burning Sun The Burning Sun
    A beautiful combination of a traditional Progressive Metal approach and various more Modern influences including Meshuggah and Devin Townsend, constituting an atmospheric and emotional mix of extensive dramatic song structures, emotional vocalwork, meditative ambients and crushing grooves.
  3. Inmazes
    by VOLA
    00:00/00:00
    Owls Owls
    I've been excited for their debut album since their stellar EP "Monsters" and it was worth every second of wait. The way they let mathy, ten ton heavy riffs melt into gentle vocal melodies that draw you in on the first note, shaping powerful dramatic arcs with spot on use of soothing but still massive synth-scapes, is nothing short of mesmerising.
    An album that wears its unique blend of Math Metal, Progressive Metal and Pop with a gripping claritry and emotional devotion.
  4. Monsters
    by VOLA
    00:00/00:00
    Enter Enter
    More than just the first step on the road to the sheer bliss of "Inmazes", "Monsters" already executes on a lot of Volas unique take on Modern Progressive Metal extremely well. Four songs that are just as crushing as they are hit material.
  5. The Xun Protectorate
    by Khonsu
    00:00/00:00
    A Jhator Ascension A Jhator Ascension
  6. Meta
    by Car Bomb
    00:00/00:00
    Secrets Within Secrets Within
  7. Perfect Sun
    by Maybe That's Why Humans Drink the Darkness That Is Coffee
    00:00/00:00
    Electric Iris Electric Iris
    After what felt like quite a while of waiting after their second album "Dum", their new work "Perfect Sun" hardly leaves any doubt where the time was invested. One of the most beautifully constructed messes to ever be created out of torn scraps of ambient sounds, patches of electronic carpet, splinters of dissonant guitar, fading Pop-hooklines and eerie recordings of ghostly screams. Still feeling so strangely logical in its structure, rhythm and melodic and dramatic progression.
  8. Dum
    by Maybe That's Why Humans Drink the Darkness That Is Coffee
    00:00/00:00
    The Notebook The Notebook
  9. Window to the World
    by Maybe That's Why Humans Drink the Darkness That Is Coffee
    00:00/00:00
    Riddle me This Riddle me This
  10. Synesthesia
    by Psychic
    00:00/00:00
    Slowtime Slowtime
    Think of a collaboration between Clement Belio and SAMO, maybe with David Maxim Micic and Disperse chiming in here and there, and you'll probably end up somewhere close to this.
    Jazzy, relaxed, adventurous but still concise and thoroughly neck-moving Progressive Metal.
  11. Foreword
    by Disperse
    00:00/00:00
    Stay Stay
  12. The Catalyst
    by Neurotech
    00:00/00:00
    Act I - Enter Act I - Enter
  13. In Remission
    by Neurotech
    00:00/00:00
    Divided Bliss Divided Bliss
    Somehow straight forward in its ambient, slightly soundtrack-esque, orientation, this album combines the dark futuristic tone of "Stigma" with the electronic leaning and very pointed and understated use of Metal elements of "Infra Versus Ultra",
    Somewhat unexpected after "Stigma" but all the more interesting for it.
  14. Stigma
    by Neurotech
    00:00/00:00
    Fear the Fear Fear the Fear
    What might sound a lot like an iteration on ideas from "Infra Versus Ultra" on first listen, slowly unravels its own identity with every further one. It is darker, grittier, more varied, has some of the most memorable hooklines throughout Neurotechs work and still retains the love for layering.
    It is not just an iteration, it is meaningful iteration and also a considerable mood change towards the more Industrial side of the project.
  15. Infra Versus Ultra
    by Neurotech
    00:00/00:00
    Atlas Atlas
    This album is giving me a peculiar 'Sybreed meet Pet Shop Boys meet Enya'-vibe. Not to say that the identity of Neurotech boils down to an aggregate of those artists but to signify in what unique musical territory this project has arrived by now. Huge, spheric Synth-driven poppy hymns elevated by massive Metal grooves carried by a distinct ethereal atmosphere. This may be some of the best and most unqiue stuff to come out of Modern Metal in recent years.
  16. The Decipher Volumes
    by Neurotech
    00:00/00:00
    The Cyber Waltz The Cyber Waltz
    A Synth Metal epic in three acts. Ranging from the raw but danceable slightly blackened tone of "Antagonist" across The Brithday Massacre esque Pop appeal right to soothing ambiance, this gem bursts with finely construed walls of melody and driving groove.
  17. Antagonist
    by Neurotech
    00:00/00:00
    Inject Me Now Inject Me Now
    A rhythm driven beast meshing together aggressive Metal and cold but catchy Electronica in equal parts, adding harsh distorted vocals and captivating hooklines for good measure.
  18. Symphonies
    by Neurotech
    00:00/00:00
    The Elysian Symphony The Elysian Symphony
  19. Evasive
    by Neurotech
    00:00/00:00
    Uplift Uplift
    For Neurotech to release a fully electronic album is a bit of a surprise. It is a pleasant surprise, though. As the Metal aspect of the project takes a rest on the back seat and permits full view on the electronic aspect, what is gained is not just an overall lighter and less urgent audial context in which to explore Neurotechs sound but also a strengthened focus on Wulfs mastery of various electronic layers and styles, creating dense but still clearly articulated songs and atmospheres.
  20. Ion Legacy
    by Tyrant Of Death
    00:00/00:00
    One Above All One Above All
    This may just be among Tyrant Of Deaths very best instrumental work yet. The massive presence of the drums and the equal-level-approach to Metal and Electronica instrumentation gives it a certain D'n'B-feel. Coming together in all the hydraulic devastation and fresh hot ashes of evaporated death machines blowing in your face that you would expect from this project. While still managing to be extremely varied in tone, atmosphere and tempo.
  21. RE CONNECT
    by Tyrant Of Death
    00:00/00:00
    03-R3 C0NN3C7 03-R3 C0NN3C7
    The somewhat fresh combnation of various influences ranging from Meshuggah to Anaal Nathrakh spawns one technoid hellride of blackened Industrial Metal.
  22. Ascendancy
    by Tyrant Of Death
    00:00/00:00
    Ascendancy Ascendancy
    This may be one of the most Black Metal centric albums to have come out of this project yet.
    Additionaly, the uncommon focus on rather long tracks makes it less accessible than many of the works of Alex Rise up to this point.
    But, the strangeness, nastiness and breadth of this album is exactly what gives it an interesting appeal. It's not quite what you would have expected from Tyrant Of Death but it also clearly is Tyrant Of Death every second.
  23. Nuclear Nanosecond
    by Tyrant Of Death
    00:00/00:00
    Calculate Demise Calculate Demise
    After some time of delving deeper and deeper into his Industrial Black Metal affinities, Rise emphasizes synths and melody again. Out comes a work still very faithful to his vicious combination of low tuned mechanoid groove, grinding leads and dark industrial atmosphere but with a catchiness that is often much more upfront and directly appealing than what one's used to from his works up to this point.
  24. Cyanide
    by Tyrant Of Death
    00:00/00:00
    Power Of The Core Power Of The Core
    Dystopic, mechanical, massive, morbid beauty crawling its way out of twisted synthetic bowels at every turn.
    Audio Cyberpunk.
  25. Terramorpher
    by Nakaruga
    00:00/00:00
    Miles Apart, worlds away Miles Apart, worlds away
    This album raises some of the most engulfing waves of massive riff walls and towering synth constructs I've listened to in quite some time. Metal and Electronica interlock on equal level, creating an extremely dense and busy futuristic scenery, with that certain odd calm and soothingness of the sight of something overpoweringly huge.
  26. Revolt
    by Arsafes
    00:00/00:00
    Revolt Revolt
    While the sheer hit-density may be lower than on "Ratocracy", "Revolt" still walks strong as another creative step forward. With additonal variety in elements, composition and styles of songs, and a little more emphasis on the subtle folk touches, the album emanates a certain gravitas. Feels a lot like it tells a meaningful story.
  27. Ratocracy
    by Arsafes
    00:00/00:00
    Piranha Pool (As Borders Collide) Piranha Pool (As Borders Collide)
    Arsafes basicaly picks up the torch where SYL left it, fueling the flame with his own ideas, personal influences and readjusted accents. And it fucking burns. Loud, bursting, glaring and hungry.
  28. Nihilist
    by Arsafes
    00:00/00:00
    Nihilist Nihilist
  29. FYA
    by Arsafes
    00:00/00:00
  30. Butterflies of Smoke
    by Clawerfield
    00:00/00:00
    Butterflies of Smoke Butterflies of Smoke
  31. Engines of Creation
    by Clawerfield
    00:00/00:00
    Halo Halo
    Clawerfield show some amazing growth on this EP. While I never fully got into their debut album, the tightened up songwriting, riffing, layering and melodies on this work definitely put them on the map with a big dot for me.
    Probably one of the best Modern Metal releases this year.
  32. Alien
    by N3WMEN
    00:00/00:00
    I born human I born human
  33. Nullified
    by The Void
    00:00/00:00
    Nullified Nullified
  34. Transform Into a Human
    by CONFLICT
    00:00/00:00
    Half Man, Half Machine Half Man, Half Machine
    Well, this is one wonderful way to let the Modern Metal year come to an end. Straight forward, Fear Factory lineage Industrial Metal with a lot of nods to the techy riffing, Meshuggah-y low ends and progressive influences present in Modern Metal. Pulsating, mechanical, raw, just as groove driven as it is hookline driven.
  35. Amor Fati
    by Status Abnormis
    00:00/00:00
    Rapturous wrath Rapturous wrath
    A bit lik a heavily SYL-colored take on Symphonic Black Metal. Frantic, atmospheric, a bit Industrial and very modern, but never feeling disjointed or inconsistent.
  36. Call of the Void
    by Status Abnormis
    00:00/00:00
    Misguided Fear Misguided Fear
    Industrial-infused Death Metal with a slight symphonic vibe that often evokes memories of the huge raging, yet melodic futuristic walls of sound that Strapping Young Lad created. A unique mixture executed extremely well. Be sure to have an eye on these guys.
  37. NEW! - Digital Occultism - 2016
    by BOG[~]MOROK
    00:00/00:00
    Venator [Zombie Hunter Pt. IV] Venator [Zombie Hunter Pt. IV]
    Back with an album combining the more modernized Industrial Metal of their recent releases with their more experimental, more outwardly Cyber leanings of earlier releases like "Stadiae II". Lending a prominence to electronic elements that actually brings their sound close to Digital Hardcore. A move not entirely unexpected after their last EP but still slightly surpirising. But as their craftsmanship and experience show in every thump, roar and shriek, it is a strongly positive surprise.
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  38. seven
    by BOG[~]MOROK
    00:00/00:00
    cold hell cold hell
    Finetuning the intriguing mixture of hyper-precise stakkato riffing, deathy groove, subtly folk-tinged melodies and varied extremely expressive vocals already present on Industrialypse by putting less emphasis on choruses, more on varied songs structures and adding Meshuggah-grade growling low end. One hell of an Industrial Metal album and one of my personal highlights this year.
  39. Industrialypse
    by BOG[~]MOROK
    00:00/00:00
    gliese 581d gliese 581d
    A band that somehow always existed in the periphery of my field of view. I knew of them but I never really got interested. Good thing I gave them another thorough listen, as this album is some damn great Industrial Metal. Mechanical, apocalyptic, rusted but not cold. Born from iron smelters, not in a robot factory.
    appears in 1 other collection
  40. Вы завийте, витерочики...
    by SHEXNA
    00:00/00:00
    Пташечка Пташечка
    The latest release of the more folk-music-minded secondary outlet of most of the crew of Bog-Morok.
    The combination of traditional eastern european singing styles and instruments with massive mathy Industrial riffing creates and atmosphere that is heavy in a whole lot of ways. A melancholy ten ton weight for those horizon-searching stares of resignated longing.
  41. As Embers Turn to Dust
    by Mechina
    00:00/00:00
    The Tellurian Pathos The Tellurian Pathos
  42. Progenitor
    by Mechina
    00:00/00:00
    MECHINA - CRYOSHOCK MECHINA - CRYOSHOCK
    After the relatively harsh and broad epics found on "Acheron", "Progenitor" connects the sound back to "Empyrean" with a more melodic overall orientation, especially in vocals, and very concise song structures. But far from a rollback, as it carries over the dynamic orchestral arrangements, the carefully built dramatic arcs and the extremely well-placed vocal contributions by Melrose, that already made "Acheron" a huge step forward.
  43. Acheron
    by Mechina
    00:00/00:00
    4. On the Wings of Nefeli 4. On the Wings of Nefeli
    Observing this projects development is becoming more fascinating with every album. This year, the move back to a certain harshness begun on Xenon continues, effectively dropping most clean vocals, adopting a "Conqueror"-like album structure with a melodic climax in the middle, carried by Mel Roses beautiful vocals, at the same time allowing for more expansive song structures and concentrating on well timed interplay between guitars and orchestra more than ever. And it works out immensely well.
  44. Xenon
    by Mechina
    00:00/00:00
    4. Terrea 4. Terrea
    By now, their trademark style of Symphonic Neo Thrash has become completely unqiue. It's crushing, it's overwhelmingly epic, it's a soundtrack and still organized into memorable tracks.
    "Xenon" might not have as many soaring hymnic hookline moments as "Empyrean" had but it makes up for it by cranking the "Death Metal"-slider up to eleven. A sonic painting of planets grinding star destroyers, drawn with 9-strings.
  45. Primordial (Remastered Edition)
    by Sphere
    00:00/00:00
    Hardliner Hardliner
    Taking the heritage of Black Comedy; infusing it with straighter rawer riffing style, akin to early Meshuggah, more focused songwriting with a higher emphasis on grand choruses and darker synth ambiance; arriving at a sound that has less of an Avant-Garde tinge than its predecessors' but a more straight forward Industrial punch.
    Which works out splendidly. Cold, harsh, mechanical and razor sharp.