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Metallurgical Fire

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  1. Rain Gates
    by Dessiderium
    Rain Gates Rain Gates
    If Rain Gates (title track) doesn’t make you buy this instantly then we’re very different people. Alex Haddad is on another level when it comes to emotionally resonant progressive music.
  2. State of Shock
    by War Cloud
    Musically this is one of the best hard rock/ heavy metal albums you can get. The vocals gave me pause for a while, but they’re not bad. They just don’t quite fit for me. Nothing could keep me from these raging riffs though.
  3. Vision Wallows In Symphonies Of Light
    by Ingurgitating_Oblivion
    This is my all time number one album for drums. I have to go revisit Defeated Sanity now because the two bands share this magnificent drummer, Lille Gruber. Vision... is in contention with Death and Blood Incantation as one of my all time favorite death metal albums. Repeated listens may put it in top.
  4. Shadow Burn
    by Dessiderium
    This album evokes the feeling you get after one of the best days or experiences of your life. It’s that elation that accompanies falling in love. If The Dodos were a metal band this is what they would write. Truly impressive and transcendent.
  5. The Rose Coil
    by Patrons of The Rotting Gate
    A Perfect Suicide A Perfect Suicide
    Very excited to receive this gem in my inbox today. Patrons of The Rotting Gate is one of my favorite new discoveries this year, and this first full length is a must for any fans of Bathed in Ash.

    YomaBarr, thank you very much for this!
  6. At the Nexus of All Stillborn Worlds
    by Zealotry
    Another mind-bending progressive masterpiece from Zealotry. Once again the incredible drumming needs to be acknowledged.
  7. For You Will Never Find Peace Within Your Quiet
    by R U N
    Your Quiet Your Quiet
    Not my usual in terms of genre these days, but this EP is very strong. Try not to be moved by Your Quiet. Very powerful.
  8. Possibly Maybe
    by Björk
  9. Like Someone In Love
    by Björk
    appears in 1 other collection
  10. Army Of Me
    by Björk
  11. Human Behaviour
    by Björk
  12. All Is Full Of Love
    by Björk
  13. Años en Infierno
    by Xibalba
    Saka Saka
    Xibalba get better with each album. It’ll be hard to improve on this one, though. When hardcore and death metal are mixed correctly some of the heaviest music in existence is produced, and Xibalba take it to another level entirely. The drums are phenomenal.
  14. BEYOND DETH - Age of Darkness
    by Vargheist Records
  15. BEYOND DETH - Accept Your Fate
    by Vargheist Records
    I thought Shards of Humanity had the catchiest death metal record of the year, but Beyond Deth has given them excellent competition with this album. I have Accepted my Fate, which consists of listening to these riffs as much as possible. When you can make one guy think of Lamb of God and another think of Immortal on the same album you deserve some credit.
  16. ...of Deceit and Utter Madness
    by Funeralopolis
    Into Unknown Kadath Into Unknown Kadath
    The best death metal scream since Devoured by Vermin. You will hear Vile era Cannibal Corpse but that’s far from the whole picture. Perfect production, perfect drums, songs moving from doom paced to breakneck speed, groove-laden, massive riffs, and what may be my favorite death metal vocals of all time. ...Of Deceit and Utter Madness is certainly in my top 5 albums for 2020 so far, and it’s taken over the spots for my favorite extreme metal vocals and drums of the year.
  17. Through a Warren of Shadow
    by Azath
    Knight of Chains Knight of Chains
    Pierce Williams murders the drums, and Azath presents a fire breathing assault that is definitely up there with the best death metal this year.
  18. Occasus
    by The Amenta
    Geilt Geilt
    It’s really difficult to say which full length from this band is the best one, but The Amenta came out of the gate with a brutal and atmospheric debut album evoking Living Sacrifice, Rammstein, Mithras, and other great bands while being distinct. These guys always have great vocals as well. This might be my favorite from the band.
  19. We Had It Coming
    by Dormant Ordeal
    Sleeping Grounds Sleeping Grounds
    The only real problem with this album is the difficult task of picking a favorite track. We Had It Coming is far superior to many albums by the more popular Polish death metal bands, especially recent ones.
  20. Discontinuities
    by Jute Gyte
    Romanticism Is Ultimately Fatal Romanticism Is Ultimately Fatal