This is Rainer Köninger’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Rainer Köninger

  1. Germany
  2. Rock
  1. collection 84
  2. wishlist 295
  3. followers 4
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  1. Sirens
    by Glasgow Coma Scale
  2. Rohstoff
    by ZEMENT
  3. NOTRE CIEL NOIR
    by À TERRE
    La Réponse La Réponse
  4. Tav
    by TAV
  5. The Helm of Sorrow
    by Emma Ruth Rundle & Thou
  6. When I Die, Will I Get Better?
    by Svalbard
  7. Evolvent (Remastered)
    by Show Me a Dinosaur
  8. THE RAGING RIVER
    by Cult of Luna
  9. Dust
    by Show Me A Dinosaur
  10. Drawing a Future
    by Syberia
  11. Resiliency
    by Syberia
  12. Allt þetta Helvítis Myrkur
    by Katla.
  13. Plantgazer
    by Show Me a Dinosaur
    These guys surpasses themselves once again! "Plantgazer" is easily my favourite record of 2020. It's a fantastic Post Black Metal album right from the start but it even grows with the time and it's highly addicting. My favourite song changes everyday; there's no filler, just pure anthem-like Post Black Metal madness (even the bonus tracks are as great as well)
  14. Love and Freedom of the Great Ocean
    by Ships Fly Up
  15. The Sea Shaper
    by Terraformer
  16. The Dream Passes
    by Seeress
  17. Love of Cartography
    by sleepmakeswaves
  18. BLIND (2020)
    by Break My Fucking Sky
    With more than 100 minutes playing time, this is a monster record full of creativity and inspiration. It easily keeps up with Eviscerate soul. Elevating, uplifting, dreamy but still crunchy at the same time. Phenomenal!
  19. Totem Youth
    by kokomo
  20. SUNLESS
    by PSOTY
    Sometimes you can't explain why you love a certain band because their sound isn't innovative but they have that special incredient that seperates them from the others. Maybe this is only my impression but if you ask me about the most outstanding Post Metal in terms of atmosphere, songwriting, quality and so on, PSOTY would be one of my favourites.
    PSOTY deserve more attention and I can just congratulate these guys for another true gem in this overcrowded genre. Thank you!