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gebs

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  1. Origins
    by Saor
    Origins Origins
    Andy Marshall favors riffs and a more immediate approach to this record, eschewing the layered, slow-burn structures. But it's still distinctively Saor, just shorter and with much better production.
  2. Thunder in the Mountains
    by Dzö-nga
    Flames in the Sky Flames in the Sky
    If you're a fan of Marrasmieli, look no further. Although a little brighter and more upbeat than their Finnish peers, this album is just as engaging.
  3. Applause Of A Distant Crowd
    by VOLA
    Applause Of A Distant Crowd Applause Of A Distant Crowd
    Soulful and dreamy prog-metal. It's softer and more ethereal than Witness, but just as infectious and rewarding.
  4. Resan
    by Urferd
    Avfärd Avfärd
    I'll write what I wrote for Wÿntër Ärvń's "Abysses" - Beautiful neofolk with an underlying pathos and darkness. It's perfect music for contemplation, a walk in the forest, or writing fiction.
  5. SAT325: Osiris - Meanders A Soul... (2021)
    by Satanath Records
    Forgotten Stones Of Time Forgotten Stones Of Time
    For fans of the heaviest parts of Orphaned Land, this symphonic black metal assault is as heavy as it is enjoyable. Folk-tinged, very well paced, and musically diverse, it is over before you know it.
  6. Storm The Walls
    by Stray Gods
    Naked In The Fire Naked In The Fire
    If you can get over the unapologetic Maiden worship - which you should - then this is an awesome throwback to the 1980s glory days of razor sharp metal.
  7. Playing House
    by Meer
    Picking Up The Pieces Picking Up The Pieces
    It's a prog-rock album disguised as an art-pop record. Lush strings, beautiful vocal harmonies, and a playful songwriting approach that rewards focused listening.
  8. Martaiden mailta
    by Marrasmieli
    The Oaks of England The Oaks of England
    This record hits that sweet spot of atmospheric, melodic black metal with flourishes of folk instrumentation that I just can't get enough of.
  9. Motivator
    by High Spirits
    This is the Night This is the Night
    Chris Black has a knack for rollicking, melodic metal-adjacent rock without embellishments. It's a simple recipe, but it's effective.
  10. Access All Worlds - An Acoustic Voyage
    by IOTUNN
    A beautiful overture of Access All Worlds, it turns the relentlessly heavy space journey into a series of intimate moments. Also, it just makes me want to listen to the original in its entirety.
  11. IMPERA
    by Ghost
    Griftwood Griftwood
    Ghost is on a roll at this point. The production keeps getting sharper and the rock more arena-filling. Although this effort comes with more ballads than usual, it's still a winner.
  12. Fabula & Syuzhet
    by Protest the Hero
    Gift Horse Gift Horse
    Much more accessible than anything on Palimpsest, but just as sharp and frantic. If this is where they'll go for their next LP, then count me in.
  13. Breaths of Elder Dawns
    by Windfaerer
    Astral Tears Astral Tears
    This album blew me away. It combined my love of symphonic metal with amazing riffs and the push-pull dynamics that I love of metal in general. I will be listening to this one for a long, long time.
  14. Dead Star
    by King Buffalo
    Dead Star Dead Star
    Fuzzy, spacey stoner rock with infectious grooves. I can't wait to dig deeper into this band's catalog.
  15. Eternal Blue
    by spiritbox
    Secret Garden Secret Garden
    It's a furious and diverse -core album with moments of soaring beauty, all drawn together by vocalist Courtney LaPlante's incredible range.
  16. Horrors From The Void
    by Black Soul Horde
    Lair Of The Wolf Lair Of The Wolf
    Classic, old-school heavy metal with an eldritch twist ... or I guess, classic old-school heavy metal. For fans of Maiden and Priest.
  17. A Dream of Wilderness
    by Aephanemer
    Panta Rhei Panta Rhei
    These songs are more immediately hooky and recognizable than those on Prokopton, and that makes this album the superior cut. Great melodies, awesome guitar, and sumptuous cleans.
  18. I Believe In Halloween
    by Unto Others
    Out In The Graveyard Out In The Graveyard
    Unto Others has released something? Anything? Let me find a vein.
  19. Black Harvest
    by GREEN LUNG
    Leaders of the Blind Leaders of the Blind
    Classic Sabbath meets modern metal. This occult/stoner rock album is sensational thanks to a bounty of riffs that could fill a pagan chapel.
  20. Untrue
    by Black Sites
    Sword Of Orion Sword Of Orion
    I hate calling anything "straightforward metal" because it belies sharp and varied musicianship, but this album is exactly that. It's heavy, accessible, and very much worth your time.