This is Brian Glanville’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Brian Glanville

  1. Cork, Ireland
  2. Metal
  1. collection 139
  2. wishlist 44
  3. followers 4
  4. following 431
  1. Honest Comedy
    by Infinity Land
  2. Inversion
    by Quicksand
    Closer to the band's heavier, more discordant roots than their most recent releases. In short, it's excellent.
  3. Sparrow
    by Human Impact
  4. Recognition
    by Human Impact
  5. 10 Days
    by Human Impact
  6. Silverspoon
    by Teenage Wrist
  7. Dream Weapon
    by Genghis Tron
  8. Remove Your Skin Please
    by Chat Pile
    Dallas Beltway Dallas Beltway
    I wasn't sure if they could match their phenomenal debut EP, but it turns out they most certainly could. Charismatic, twisted vocals, a menacing, pummeling rhythm section, and guitar parts that are by equal turns crushing and atmospheric. It's a sound both familiar and utterly unique. The best band I've heard in years.
  9. This Dungeon Earth
    by Chat Pile
    Crawlspace Crawlspace
    The most exciting noise-rock I've heard in a long, long time. This Dungeon Earth reveals something new on every listen. Crawlspace made the least impression on me at first only to now be my favourite track and one I listened to about twenty times in a row once it sunk its claws into me. I really hope there's a full-length to follow because this release is absolutely phenomenal.
  10. Finale
    by Brooke Blair & Will Blair
    An ethereal, haunting piece and a wholly immersive listening experience.
  11. Like
    by Totally Unicorn
    "Like" is so damn noisy and catchy at the same time. The instant it ends, I want to hear it again. Excellent stuff.
  12. Sorry
    by Totally Unicorn
  13. Meta
    by Car Bomb
  14. Mordial
    by Car Bomb
  15. Dissect Yourself
    by Car Bomb
  16. DSM-5
    by Blood from the Soul
    I gave DSM-5 a chance purely because of Jacob Bannon's involvement. I don't own any albums by anyone else involved and didn't really expect it to be my kind of thing. How wrong I was. I love everything about DSM-5. The song-writing and performances are stellar. Every track is strong and so surprisingly catchy that it's easy to listen to the whole album straight through over and over. I can't recommend it enough.
  17. Loathe - I Let It In And It Took Everything
    by SharpTone Records
    Two-Way Mirror Two-Way Mirror
  18. I Spend My Days (Wishing Them Away)
    by Employed To Serve
  19. Party's Over
    by Employed To Serve
  20. Harsh Truth
    by Employed To Serve