This is J H’s music collection on Bandcamp.

J H

  1. Texas
  2. Metal
  1. collection 23
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  1. Veil of Imagination
    by Wilderun
    It’s Wilderun. Sleep at the Edge of the Earth is the best metal record of all time. They’re just going to get better with age. But it with your money
  2. Bells of Awakening
    by Visigoth
    Fireseeker Fireseeker
    Hey You!! Do you like Grand Magus, Manilla Road, Cirith Ungol, and Argus? Do you want to hear epic trvue metal hymns that would bring a tear to Solaire's eye? Buy it with your money.
  3. The Inveterate Fire
    by Firelink
    The First Sin The First Sin
    Apparently the metal scene has figured out Dark Souls is pretty awesome, and Firelink have produced one of the best albums not only in the niche genre, but in all of 2019. An amorphous conglomeration of melo-black, death metal, and atmo-black swirls within these non-traditional, long form songs.
  4. The Anthropocene Extinction
    by Cattle Decapitation
  5. Transience
    by Shylmagoghnar
  6. Stone's Reach
    by Be'lakor
  7. A Celebration Of Guilt (Reissue)
    by Arsis
    The Face Of My Innocence The Face Of My Innocence
    An absolutely perfect record containing thrashy, technical melo-death played by two dudes in music school at the time. This is one of the top 10 records for the decades of the 00's.
  8. The Interpreter
    by Wachenfeldt
    Litany to Satan Litany to Satan
    Top quality blackened-death with some thrash on the side. Not one but two odes to the Devil himself are included and Crowley approved lyrics abound. You can tell it was written by a music professor too, complex and technical while still remaining digestible and catchy.
  9. Heaven That Dwells Within
    by Wormwitch
    Vernal Womb Vernal Womb
    Hey Black Metal bands, more of this.
  10. Samsara
    by Venom Prison
    Asura's Realm Asura's Realm
    More riffs packed into 45 minutes than some bands ever produce in their entire career. One of the densest, most hostile and crushing DM album released in the past couple of years. In the lead for my AOTY
  11. Black Arts & Alchemy
    by HELLRIPPER
    All Hail the Goat All Hail the Goat
    Pretty sure an evangelical christian faints every time you listen to this EP. Blackended thrash with some serious attitude and and punk-ish sent of humor.
  12. Mana
    by IDLE HANDS
    Dragon, Why Do You Cry? Dragon, Why Do You Cry?
    Goth rock is usually a dirty word to me, but this so damn smooth and effortless that I have a hard time not jamming out to at least a couple tracks on a daily basis
  13. Tarot
    by Aether Realm
    The Sun, The Moon, The Star The Sun, The Moon, The Star
    This album came out of nowhere at the very end of 2017 and immediately claimed top spot on my AOTY list. Not many albums can get away with entering 70 minute territory, but Tarot stands triumphant. An absolute must have for any fan of melo-death, or metal in general. 6/5
  14. Sleep at the Edge of the Earth
    by Wilderun
    The Means to Preserve The Means to Preserve
    It seems like every year one band rises from relative obscurity to deliver a genre and decade defining masterpiece, and Sleep at the Edge of the Earth was that album in 2015. The mix of lilting folk melodies, imperious orchestrations and titanic slabs of death metal literally redefined what I though metal bands were capable of. Easiest 5/5 ever
  15. Esoteric Malacology
    by Slugdge
    The Spectral Burrows The Spectral Burrows
    Praise Mollusca! Slugdge rise far above their gimmicky name and punny song titles to deliver some of the tightest prog-death in years. The endless supply of vertebrae shredding riffs is only matched by the insane vocal performance. Most bands have that one riff per album that they absolutely nail, but for Slugdge every riff is that riff.
  16. Desolation
    by Khemmis
    Flesh To Nothing Flesh To Nothing
    This is an album so good that it changed my opinion about the rest of the bands discography. Epic doom infused with traditional heavy metal is a 1-2 combo that landed a reserved seat on my year end list.
  17. Idol
    by Horrendous
    The Idolater The Idolater
    They might be wearing their Death and Cynic influences proudly, but Horrndous keep delivering unfuckwithable platters of progressive death metal. The addition of the new bassist put his album on another level, and narrowly eclipses Ecdysis as their best work. These guys are making quite the name for themselves at the top of the death metal pantheon
  18. Urn
    by Ne Obliviscaris
    Intra Venus Intra Venus
    I listened to Intra Venus 113 times in 2017. Tim Charles violin moves Ne O from the good column to the down right remarkable. On Urn the band have reined in the song lengths to deliver more focused and proficient songs, while still retaining that little magic spark that makes them so special. The only thing to complain about is the low DR, which can limit the scope of their grand musical ideas.
  19. Debt of Aeons
    by King Goat
    Doldrum Sentinels Doldrum Sentinels
    It might not be quite as good as Conduit, but that's like complaining a Ferrari isn't as nice as a Bugatti. Anthony Trimming delivers another powerhouse vocal performance that would make Messiah Marcolin jealous, and the more uptempo compositions and frequent polyrythms make for one of the best doom releases of the year. The interlude tracks might be worthless, but Doldrum Sentinels was worth the price of admission alone and you have four other bangers on the album.
  20. The Scythe Of Cosmic Chaos
    by Sulphur Aeon
    Lungs Into Gills Lungs Into Gills
    I didn't initially get this band, but after a couple of spins i have bought a ticket for this hype train. Amazing artwork, tons of riffs, creative drumming, and just a touch of atmosphere makes for an easy buy. They're too melodic to be traditional death metal, and too heavy to be melo death, so I think they're classification should just be bad ass.
  21. Death (Synthwave Remix)
    by Starfaux
    More of this band is always a good thing. Buy it
  22. The Magician
    by Aether Realm
    This should have been on Tarot. I don't care if that would have pushed the album to almost 80 minutes,this fits in perfectly with the rest of the songs and as such is a 5/5. Give AEther Realm your money NOW
  23. White Nationalism is for Basement Dwelling Losers
    by Neckbeard Deathcamp
    Incel Warfare Incel Warfare
    Not a huge fan of the music but these guys are vehemently anti-Nazi and that's a good thing. Those song titles are hilarious too.