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Michael Pementel

  1. Chicago, Illinois
  2. Metal
  1. collection 25
  2. wishlist 17
  3. followers 5
  4. following 53
  1. Dance and Laugh Amongst the Rotten
    by Carach Angren
    Song For the Dead Song For the Dead
  2. Pleiades' Dust
    by Gorguts
    Pleiades' Dust Pleiades' Dust
  3. Arc
    by Agoraphobic Nosebleed
    Not A Daughter Not A Daughter
  4. No Victim (EP)
    by Castrator
    The Emasculator The Emasculator
    Best band coming out of death metal right now! Incredible EP, and I hope to hear much more from these ladies! Fantastic combination of death metal with a feminist approach. Hits hard, with the message hitting even harder. Ladies to the front!
  5. Human Waste
    by Suffocation
    Mass Obliteration Mass Obliteration
  6. War On Women
    by War On Women
    Second Wave Goodbye Second Wave Goodbye
    Incredible band with a very important message. War on Women is a breath of fresh air in the movement that we need to be taking our music in; delivering that equality needs to be more prominent not just in music, but around the world. I am still waiting for them to go on tour and come by my city! Would be a honor to see them play.
  7. Harvester Of Bongloads
    by Goya
    Disease Disease
  8. Corrosion of Conformity
    by Corrosion of Conformity
    Psychic Vampire Psychic Vampire
  9. The Death of All Things
    The Devil Took Her The Devil Took Her
    Incredible album! For myself, it really picked up by "Black Days". The Death of All Things combines the sounds of sludge, doom, stoner, and rock all together in what I would call "Beautiful & Haunting". The vocal drawl, the trance in guitar and bass work shift the mind into a consciousness of being in the moment. Fantastic work, easily a top 10 for 2016!
  10. Eternal Downfall
    by Atrament
    Circle of Wolves Circle of Wolves
    Next to music that is instrumental and dream like, my other favorite kind of music is heavy and relentless. Atrament does not let up once from beginning to end, maybe with twenty seconds worth of pauses throughout the entire album. Super guttural vocals, and speed heavy chugging and thrashing. Great crust punk meets black metal mix right here!
  11. Abyss
    Carrion Flowers Carrion Flowers
  12. Rasen
    by Orbit Culture
    Obsession Obsession
    A random discovery, but now in my top three so far in 2016. I am a huge fan of the two vocals, and instrumentally I love the down tempo, "melo-djenty" vibe that's happening. Lyrically this is one of the best albums I've heard in a long time... In particular "Obsession" really hit me, where I could relate to it in regards to having OCD. I will strongly recommend this band to my metal friends, and will easily buy everything else they've made!
  13. Nosebleed Weekend
    by The Coathangers
    Dumb Baby Dumb Baby
    The Coathangers represent a garage punk/rock surfer vibe I wish was around more in music. They are a breath of fresh air in the perfect harmonizing of their vocals and instrumentation. Truly a great band and absolutely worth going back into their discography (while looking forward to the future).
  14. Demons
    by Bloodshot Dawn
    Demons Demons
    This is some of the best melodic-death metal I've ever heard. The instrumentation is incredible, never too "chuggy", but with groove and interesting technical drum aspects. Vocals are pretty rad too! Hope these guys make more music soon!
  15. Mark of the Blade
    by Whitechapel
    Mark of the Blade Mark of the Blade
  16. Forever Beautiful: a collection of love for Orlando
    by Various Artists
    The Hotelier - Soft Animal The Hotelier - Soft Animal
  17. The Impossible Kid
    by Aesop Rock
    Dorks Dorks
    Aesop's most finely tuned album to date! Already a magical word slayer, there is something more... "accessible" to The Impossible Kid. Slightly more autobiographical, the lyricism is still top notch. Instrumentally I love the balance of 90s hip hop and today's bop and 8-bit sounds. I picked "Dorks" just because it was the first track I fell in love with, but honestly it is far too difficult to pick an absolute favorite. Aesop Rock is a breath of fresh air in the world of hip hop.
  18. Periphery II
    by Periphery
  19. Antique
    Distance Distance
    My first time listening to A Dead Forest Index was just the other night when they opened up for Chelsea Wolfe... And immediately I fell in love. There is this emotional balance that resembles twilight: songs that both encompass the light and dark. Vocally haunting yet soft, this sort of music has the strength that carries the listener throughout a song, unlocking emotions and dreams. Heavily encourage listening to all they have, and see them live if you can.
  20. Cerce
    by Cerce
    Libel Libel
    Always down to support hardcore out of the Bean! Cerce came as a random listen, and I must say I love the angry vocals most. Sometimes a little too slow for my taste, but "Libel" is a great fast track that also acts as a good switch up. Looking forward to checking out the rest of their discography.
  21. Colonized From The Inside
    by Xenomorphic Contamination
    Xenomorphic Supremacy Xenomorphic Supremacy
    Checked this out because of the extremely awesome artwork, and found a tech-death metal gem. The album can become quite monotonous, but that is sometimes to be excepted with technical death metal. Lyrically it lays it down so brutally with the sci-fi themes. And songs like "Supremacy" & "Martyrs" help switch up the overall flow.
  22. Expansion Pack
    by Metroid Metal
    Prime Theme (MP) Prime Theme (MP)
    Fun material for metal heads and geeks alike! Big Metroid fan (in particular Prime), and was stoked to have come across this.
  23. The Void That Isn't
    Sacrilicious Sacrilicious
  24. Everything Will Burn
    by Insomniac Folklore
    Feet In The Earth Feet In The Earth
  25. Plump Up The Volume
    by Composted
    Trollin_4_Hogan Trollin_4_Hogan

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