This is lordofdisorder’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. Tulsa, Oklahoma
  2. Metal
  1. collection 29
  2. wishlist 64
  3. followers 2
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  1. Two
    by Sleep Token
  2. An empty bliss beyond this World
    by The Caretaker
  3. Logos
    by Dos Santos
    by Savant
  5. Stranger Fruit
    by Zeal and Ardor
    Ship On Fire Ship On Fire
  6. Dark All Day
    by GUNSHIP
    Thrasher Thrasher
  7. The Light Came Down
    by Josh Garrels
  8. effloresce
    by covet
  9. Who Killed Amanda Palmer
    by Amanda Palmer
    Runs in the Family Runs in the Family
  10. The Hunt
    by Ulvesang
  11. Land Of The Dead
    by Eldamar
  12. The Uncanny Valley - Bonus
    by Perturbator
  13. Nämïdäë
    by Öxxö Xööx
  14. Night Driving Avenger - EP [Remaster]
    by Perturbator
  15. Timelessness
    by SERDCE
  16. Sexualizer - EP
    by Perturbator
    Angel Dust Angel Dust
    If you've ever wanted to have one wild night in Miami, full of disco, danger, and hard drugs, but are kinda worried about getting shot in real Miami, boy do I have something for you.
  17. Direct Memory Access
    DMA 2 FDD CONTROLLER (feat. Öxxö Xööx) DMA 2 FDD CONTROLLER (feat. Öxxö Xööx)
  18. Wanderer on the Continent of Saplings
    by Thrawsunblat
  19. The Uncanny Valley
  20. The Dukes Of Alhazred
    by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets
    Welcome To The Island Welcome To The Island
    I am most continually amazed at how this band excels in making very fun, very nerdy novelty songs that also stand on their own as kick-ass rock music. This album is a prime demonstration of their talents.

    Every song on this thing is incredible, and also crazy to describe. The Great Molasses Disaster chronicles a real Boston tragedy. Arachnotopia proposes we let spiders eat our problems. Kill the Chupacabra Tonight is exactly what it sounds like. Coelacanthem is the greatest fucking rock song about fish you will ever hear. There's a lovely string-and-percussion interlude in Erich Zann, and ritualistic human sacrifice in Welcome to the Island. And also cowbell. This thing has so much cowbell.
  21. Sunder
    by Nathan Fake
  22. Royal Noises from Dead Kingdoms: The Music of Double King
    by Felix Colgrave
    Dead Rat Dead Rat
    Clearly, anyone who loves Double King is going to love this album, but it's also remarkably expressive and atmospheric on its own. These longer versions have incredible depth, and the remixes are great for those like myself who really enjoy seeing the return of motif within a work. Highly recommended if you like Felix Colgrave and weird cathedral-y music.
  23. The Force Of The Ancient Land
    by Eldamar
  24. Paradise Gallows
    by Inter Arma
    Potomac Potomac
  25. Years
    by Bartholomäus Traubeck
  26. The Mantle
    by The Mantle
  27. Constellations
    by Dead Astronauts
    The Ocean Owns Your Body The Ocean Owns Your Body
    This album is for everyone who ever wished that the eighties were weirder. Every track has an undeniable groove, with lots of gated reverb and bright, sparkly synth; the lyrics contrast with strange and surreal imagery, bending the mood in odd directions. Jared and Hayley really complement each other on this record, vocally and otherwise.

    If I had to sum it all up, I'd say it's a little disco, a little melancholy, very weird, and very, very cool.
  28. Risk of Rain
    by Chris Christodoulou
  29. Sparks
    by Samm Neiland
    Perfectly haunting and oddly anthemic, this is one of my favorite songs of all time. It unfolds like a dream and feels like a revelation. I cannot thank Samm enough for putting this into the world.