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  1. Lyon, France
  2. Metal
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  1. Berdreyminn
    by Sólstafir
    Ísafold Ísafold
  2. oltreLuna
    by Progenie Terrestre Pura
    [.subLuce.] [.subLuce.]
  3. In Their Darkened Shrines
    by Nile
    Sarcophagus Sarcophagus
  4. I Can Tell You About Pain
    by Converge
    I Can Tell You About Pain I Can Tell You About Pain
  5. Eventide (Acoustic EP)
    by Eneferens
    Morning (Acoustic) Morning (Acoustic)
  6. Futility Report
    by White Ward
    Stillborn Knowledge Stillborn Knowledge
    Black metal with a humble yet very classy saxophone. Refreshing.
  7. Belighted
    by iamthemorning
    Os Lunatum Os Lunatum
    Ever since I heard Os Lunatum from a kScope promotional disc, I knew that someday I would buy stuff from Iamthemorning. Them being on Bandcamp gave me the final nudge I needed.
    It's rather soft, and yet some parts make me want to headbang for some unknown reason.
  8. ~
    by iamthemorning
    i.b.too i.b.too
  9. Lighthouse
    by iamthemorning
    Chalk and Сoal Chalk and Сoal
  10. The First Corpse On The Moon
    by LETHE
    Night Night
  11. Trumpeting Ecstasy
    by Full of Hell
    Deluminate Deluminate
  12. Samen
    by öOoOoOoOoOo
    Purple Tastes Like White Purple Tastes Like White
    Please don't ask me to describe this. Just give it a try. This is weird, funny and beautiful at the same time. Maybe it's not for everyone, though.
    Damn, since I hate capital letters and diacritics in filenames, I now have an « ooooooooooo » directory on my laptop.
  13. Exuvia
    by The Ruins Of Beverast
    Takitum Tootem (Trance) Takitum Tootem (Trance)
    I love the word "esoteric", and it suits this album pretty well. This is nightmarishly beautiful.
  14. I
    by Bufihimat
    He Saw Himself He Saw Himself
  15. 486DX
    33MHz 33MHz
    I'm usually not a fan of chiptune and stuff, but this is interesting. Sounds like extended versions of boss battle themes from old RPGs.
  16. Hyperborean
    by Paleons
    The Circle and Eternity The Circle and Eternity
    Some kind of heavier post-rock, with a hint of brass. I did not think it could exist. Invigorating stuff.
  17. Sanctum
    by Metatron Omega
    The Eastern Star The Eastern Star
    I can't tell for sure if this is soothing or foreboding, but it's nice to read stuff.
  18. Genesis
    by Paleowolf
    Call of Fire Call of Fire
  19. Necrobreed
    by Benighted
    Forgive me Father Forgive me Father
  20. The Assassination of Julius Caesar
    by Ulver
    Rolling Stone Rolling Stone
  21. Pirut
    by Kauan
    I I
  22. Martwa Polska Jesień
    by FURIA
    Nade Mną Mgła Nade Mną Mgła
  23. Roots of Earth Are Consuming My Home
    by Full of Hell
    The Bed is Burning The Bed is Burning
    For some odd reason, my brain perceives these screams and high-pitched notes as something extremely (no pun intended) beautiful. ♥
  24. Timelessness
    by musicformessier & Dan Caine
    Aeon Aeon
  25. More Constant Than The Gods
    by SubRosa
    The Usher The Usher
  26. Marked For Death
    by Emma Ruth Rundle
    Heaven Heaven
    That's miles away from what I'm used to, but somehow I felt at home.
  27. Runaljod - Gap Var Ginnunga
    by Wardruna
    Ar Var Alda Ar Var Alda
  28. 40 nocy grudnia
    by KRES
    Ostatni śnieg Ostatni śnieg
  29. Värähtelijä
    by Oranssi Pazuzu
    Hypnotisoitu viharukous Hypnotisoitu viharukous
  30. Mag Mell
    by Mili
    Sacramentum:Unaccompanied Hymn for Torino Sacramentum:Unaccompanied Hymn for Torino
    A bit sugary, but with some kind of mysterious underlying melancholy, and more diversity than one would think at first glance. Sounds way more earnest than average pop-like stuff. Also, some parts remind me of some games developed by Gust ♥.
    Nice for a cooking break between some black metal albums.
  31. Geneva
    by Russian Circles
    Fathom Fathom
    I discovered the full potential of this album – and of this band – when I had to meet a deadline for work, alone in a dark office, debugging stuff until midnight. Energizing but not stressful: the kind of music that turns everyday life into an epic story.
  32. Dark Space III
    by Darkspace
    Dark 3.16 Dark 3.16
    This brings forth the image of a very dark and ridiculously long corridor I would have to stride through for an hour… but it is strangely enticing. A suitable band name indeed.
  33. Asylum Cave
    by Benighted
    Swallow Swallow
    If I'm not mistaken, the singer works in a psychiatric hospital, so when this band turns mental illnesses (along with the associated pain and fear) into music, they sure know what they're doing.
    Note that it is very catchy despite the brutality. Try this when you have to do housework.
  34. The Earth Is Not a Cold Dead Place
    by Explosions in the Sky
    First Breath After Coma First Breath After Coma
    Four humble human beings pouring their hearts in an instrumental post-rock record. Nothing more, nothing less.
  35. 2145
    by Sabled Sun
    Intro Intro
  36. 2146
    by Sabled Sun
    Inner Sanctum Inner Sanctum
  37. 2147
    by Sabled Sun
    Survival Survival
  38. 2148
    by Sabled Sun
    The Ark The Ark
  39. Lost in Fog
    by Phonothek
    Old Swings Old Swings
  40. Absence
    by Dälek
    Distorted Prose Distorted Prose
  41. Gensho
    by Boris & Merzbow
    Boris - Heavy Rain (Disc 1) Boris - Heavy Rain (Disc 1)
  42. The Time Of No Time Evermore
    by The Devil's Blood (Ván Records)
    The Time Of No Time The Time Of No Time
  43. Rain Upon The Impure
    by The Ruins Of Beverast (Ván Records)
    50 Forts Along The Rhine 50 Forts Along The Rhine
    Delightfully unsettling, with very rich atmospheres despite the somewhat lo-fi production.
  44. One Day You Will Ache Like I Ache
    by The Body + Full of Hell
    World of Hope and No Pain World of Hope and No Pain
    Like getting trapped in the head of some lunatic you never even met before, and wandering about helplessly in terrifying psychic landscapes. There are days when I feel an unexplainable craving for this kind of music.
  45. Sorni Nai
    by Kauan
    khurum khurum
    A musical take on the Dyatlov Pass incident, in which nine persons mysteriously died in the Ural mountains. Has elements of doom and post-rock, with tiny bits of harshness. The tracks flow seamlessly together (it's more like a single huge track cut in several parts), making for a very immersive journey, like some kind of movie.