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  1. Eater Of Birds
    by COBALT
  2. Death Fugue
    by Anthropophagous
  3. Bearer of Many Names (Sludge/Doom Metal)
    by EREMIT (Germany)
  4. Rotten Human Kingdom (Blackened Sludge/Doom Metal)
    by SUBTERRAEN (France)
  5. THE RAGING RIVER
    by Cult of Luna
  6. Terraforming (Atmospheric Doom/Sludge Metal)
    by JUPITERIAN (Brazil)
  7. Protosapien
    by JUPITERIAN (Brazil)
  8. Desert of Ghouls (Atmospheric Sludge/Doom Metal)
    by EREMIT (Germany)
  9. Carrier Of Weight (Atmospheric Sludge/Doom Metal)
    by EREMIT (Germany)
    Cocoon Of Soul Cocoon Of Soul
    This album acts on me like a drug, a drug I've been looking for my whole life but could never find, one that casts me into a liminal state between dreams and wakefulness, where I'm alert and equally receptive to memories, images, and the outside world. Powerful stuff, heavy and crushing.
  10. Live at Freak Valley
    by King Buffalo
    I was fortunate to catch King Buffalo on the final night of their 2018 tour at O'Brien's, a tiny dive bar in the Allston neighborhood of Boston. Packed house crowding the stage, riding each delirious slow-burn excursion the band took us on. Guitar rock at its finest, a night for the ages. Live At Freak Valley captures on vinyl what makes a King Buffalo show an event not to be missed. Love the gatefold photos too. Wish I had been there.
  11. Refractions
    by Lowrider
    Pipe Rider Pipe Rider
    Believe the hype. There's a reason this was the Obelisk AOTY for both JJ and the year-end poll. Hit the open road and turn the volume up!
  12. Live at Roadburn
    by MORNE
  13. Descending Pillars
    by Void Rot
  14. A Grey Chill And A Whisper
    by Beltez
  15. LIMBO
    by GAEREA
  16. Dwellers of the Deep
    by Wobbler
    By the Banks By the Banks
    Echoes of Yes, Genesis, ELP, and even The Shins and Comets on Fire, but quite lovely in its own right, especially the vocal harmonies and keyboard flourishes.
  17. The Eternal Resonance
    by Sweven
  18. Autonoesis
    by Autonoesis
    Death, and the Cosmic Return Death, and the Cosmic Return
    Where did this genre-defying masterwork come from? As others have attested, the riffs and solos are killer. And the stunning coda that closes "Death, and the Cosmic Return" and ends the album is a fitting conclusion for this annus horribilis. Exceptional debut.
  19. The Daily Biological
    by Chad Taylor Trio featuring Brian Settles and Neil Podgurski
  20. Death Cult
    by Völur