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  1. C:\>CHKDSK /F
    by MASTER BOOT RECORD
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    NWOSHM.TXT NWOSHM.TXT
  2. North
    by Stelliferous
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    Collapse Collapse
  3. Yet Further
    by Sioum
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    Welcome to New Beginnings Welcome to New Beginnings
    Catchy rhythms meets slow dynamics meets electronic-metal meets interesting melodies = happy listener
  4. Present Peregrine
    by Deathmole
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    Personal Charm Personal Charm
    Indie djent math-metal with an interesting melody and complex rhythm? HELL yes.
  5. The Shape of Colour
    by Intervals
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    Fable Fable
    I used to listen a lot to classical and jazz music because they held a melody and yet were musically interesting. None of them, however, pulled off 10/4 as well as Fable.
  6. In Time
    by Intervals
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    Tapestry Tapestry
    Intervals takes the djent sound that is so appealing (at least to me) and puts a wonderful amount of thought and complexity behind it, whilst still maintaining a clear (and sometimes really catchy) melody behind it.
  7. Odyssey
    by HOME
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    Intro Intro
  8. Brothers and Sisters of the Eternal Son
    by Damien Jurado
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    Silver Timothy Silver Timothy
  9. Death Dream
    by Trevor Something
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    Analogue Soul Analogue Soul
    Death Dream features a classic digital sound with vocals which are virtually unparalleled in the genre. The blend of these two factors makes this whole album something to write home about.

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