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  1. Far From Light
    by Lunar Shadow
    Cimmeria Cimmeria
    Despite my preference for more abrasive metal, Lunar Shadow have created an album that'll be on the top of my playlist for a long, long time. Give these guys a listen if you like addictive dual guitar riffs and vocals that will have you longing to lose yourself in an Elven forest, never to return.
  2. Appalling Ascension
    by The Ominous Circle
    From Endless Chasms From Endless Chasms
  3. Exercises in futility LP 2015
    by Mgła
    Exercises in futility I Exercises in futility I
  4. Ecdysis
    by Horrendous
    The Stranger The Stranger
  5. Söngvar elds og óreiðu
    by Misþyrming
    Söngur heiftar Söngur heiftar
  6. Vermin And Ashes
    by DWELL
    Vermin In My Arteries Vermin In My Arteries
  7. Abysmal Thresholds
    by Corpsessed
    Necrosophic Channeling Necrosophic Channeling
  8. Demo MMXIII
    by Malthusian
    Wraith///Plague Spore Wraith///Plague Spore
  9. Patricidal Lust
    by Vastum
    Patricidal Lust Patricidal Lust
    This is top-notch death metal with a focus on horrifying sexual themes. What's not to love?
  10. Necheshirion
    by GEVURAH
    The Throne Of Lucifer The Throne Of Lucifer
  11. Working Class Misanthropy
    Days Of Cathartic Solitude Days Of Cathartic Solitude
    Voidhanger hate the world, and they filter their hate through a stripped-down sonic ferocity that will enrage your latent misanthropic tendencies.
  12. Tempest
    by Lycus
    Tempest Tempest
  13. The Regal Pulse of Lucifer
    by Thou Art Lord
    Justicia Profana Justicia Profana
  14. Buried Beneath Aeons
    Buried Beneath Aeons Buried Beneath Aeons
    Don't let the ambient guitar riffs at the beginning fool you, this is a devastating doom track from one of the genre's best bands. If planets could mourn, this is what it would sound like.
  15. Vortex
    by The Howling Wind
    At The End Of The Earth At The End Of The Earth
    On 'Vortex,' the Howling Wind sound the ugliest they have since 'Pestilence and Peril.' If you felt like their last album, 'Of Babylon,' didn't quite make your ears bleed enough, then this one should do the trick.
  16. Manifest Decimation
    by Power Trip
    Conditioned To Death Conditioned To Death
    If Robocop ever started a band with The Toxic Avenger, then I'm pretty sure this is the album they would create. On Manifest Decimation, Power Trip revise the thrash formula to create something violently unique.
  17. Paramnesia
    by Altars
    Solar Barge Solar Barge
    This is the kind of death metal best experienced alone in a dark room (or dungeon, if you have one). One of the best albums of 2013.
  18. Reflection of the Negative
    by Cough / Windhand
    Athame Athame
    Come for Cough's opening eighteen minute track, 'Athame,' and stay for the two punishing Windhand tracks that follow. This is a masterful display of tortured, desperate doom. Ritual suicide has never sounded so enticing.
  19. Despond
    by Loss
    Cut Up, Depressed And Alone Cut Up, Depressed And Alone
    I rarely go more than a few days without listening to this masterpiece of devastation. If the mournful riffs on this album don't push you over the edge, then the lyrics most certainly will. Proceed with caution.
  20. B Sides // Rare Tracks
    by Holy Sons
    Torture Chamber Torture Chamber
    Are you alone, alienated, or estranged? Do you often experience a mild unease while surrounded by your fellow man? If so, you'll find Holy Sons to be your perfect companion. This collection of B-Sides is what happens when folk music is filtered through modern man's self-defeating anxiety.
  21. Rest
    by Rwake
    The Culling The Culling
    With Rest, Rwake continue to masterfully channel the humid, grimy despair inherent in the southern United States. Themes of God, Satan, dreams, ghosts, and wife-beating can be heard swirling under the hypnotic heaviness of their music. I feel dirty after listening to this album, which is a good thing.