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Michael Randall

  1. Metal
  1. collection 24
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  1. Anatomy Of Loss
    by The Crawling
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    Catatonic Catatonic
    The album is rich with an honest heartfelt atmosphere, to hear songs of this subject matter with obvious conviction is a welcome surprise. There are moments of heaviness death metal fans can enjoy, but I think the depressed and misanthropic among us will find much more to appreciate here.
  2. Instrumental Demo EP
    by Root Zero
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    Ignis Fatuus Ignis Fatuus
    A promising demo! The final two tracks demonstrate there is some real potential, reminiscent of Soen, but certainly moulding a sound of their own.

    Good Luck!
  3. Escape Velocity
    by Dynatron
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    The Pulsating Nebula The Pulsating Nebula
  4. Värähtelijä
    by Oranssi Pazuzu
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    Hypnotisoitu viharukous Hypnotisoitu viharukous
  5. Transhumanism
    by Tommy '86
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    Citymulation (feat. Perturbator) Citymulation (feat. Perturbator)
  6. Kill Creativity
    by The Economic Decline
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    My Boss My Boss
    appears in 1 other collection
  7. I Am The Night
    by Perturbator
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    The New Black The New Black
  8. Raise Hell, No Regrets
    by RedEye Revival
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    A Break From Breaking Point A Break From Breaking Point
  9. Regulus EP
    by Regulus
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    Regulus Regulus
  10. The Descent Of Decency
    by Footprints In The Custard
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    Year Of The Weasel Year Of The Weasel
  11. Good Honest Scumbags / Gone Fisting (2013)
    by Scumface & Footprints In The Custard
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    Blue Waffle Blue Waffle
  12. The Uncanny Valley
    by PERTURBATOR
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    Neo Tokyo Neo Tokyo
  13. Dangerous Days
    by PERTURBATOR
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    Welcome Back Welcome Back
  14. Conduit
    by King Goat
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    Conduit Conduit
  15. Hyperborean
    by The Coldest Silence
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    Heart of Gravity Heart of Gravity
    appears in 1 other collection
  16. Hammer Smashed Faith III
    by Blackened Death Records
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    Xeper Xeper
  17. Fragments
    by Ben Prunty
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    Night Zen Night Zen
  18. You People Never Learn...
    by Sonic Mass
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    It Came from the Sun It Came from the Sun
  19. Consumer Fantasy Land
    by The Economic Decline
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  20. New Rebellion, Old Values
    by The Economic Decline
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    What's War For? What's War For?
    I have not heard punk like this in a long time - fun, political and simple like meat and potatoes, no mozart here!
  21. Umbras de Barbagia
    by Downfall of Nur
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    II - The Golden Age II - The Golden Age
  22. The Wrath of Code
    by Dan Terminus
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    Restless Destroyer Restless Destroyer
    This album fizzes with colour and ideas that sounds truly exciting. A headphone album that is purely escapist and a hell of a lot of fun. The album is a a tad overlong and could benefit from trimming some of the fat in the form of a few songs for a leaner experience start to finish, but this album still comes highly recommended!
  23. Color Sky
    by Ben Prunty
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    Dusty Road Dusty Road
    It isn't easy to make an album that is both quiet and engaging, but Ben Prunty seems to make it look like a walk in the park. A very introspective album with many beautiful moments, I consider it his best work so far.
  24. King Goat [EP]
    by King Goat
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    The Final Decline The Final Decline
    Seen These guys at bloodstock 2014 and still waiting for some new material! A very enjoyable EP that highlights some real potential for the future! I consider 'the final decline' a doom epic that easily rivals their peers in the genre longer who are further in their careers. (wow, I'm a poet and I don't even know it.)