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SW Hannan

  1. Santa Fe, New Mexico
  2. Metal
  1. collection 19
  2. wishlist 47
  3. followers 1
  4. following 30
  1. The Deal
    by SUMAC
    Thorn In The Lion's Paw Thorn In The Lion's Paw
  2. Requiem For Hell
    by MONO
    Ely's Heartbeat Ely's Heartbeat
  3. The Earth Is Not a Cold Dead Place
    by Explosions in the Sky
    First Breath After Coma First Breath After Coma
  4. The Lucid Collective
    by Archspire
    Lucid Collective Somnambulation Lucid Collective Somnambulation
  5. Le Dernier Crépuscule
    Voidspawn Voidspawn
  6. Before, There Was Fear
    by Future Scars
    Before, There Was Fear Before, There Was Fear
    This album is incredible. At once ethereal, heavy, reflective, and aggressive. The song structures and instrumentation are engaging, creative, and unique (to me anyway.) It is, as so few albums are, fresh and refreshing.
  7. The Way of the Voice
    by Ophidius
    The Calling The Calling
  8. The Wilderness
    by Explosions in the Sky
    Disintegration Anxiety Disintegration Anxiety
  9. Mad Batch
    by Bad Match
    Domino King Domino King
  10. Solitary
    by Jeph Jacques
    Happy New Year Happy New Year
  11. Kinetik
    by Phutureprimitive
    Cryogenic Dreams Cryogenic Dreams
  12. Foundations Of Burden
    The Ghost I Used To Be The Ghost I Used To Be
  13. Heart of Oak
    by Anciients
    Raise the Sun Raise the Sun
  14. The Last Dawn
    by MONO
    Where We Begin Where We Begin
  15. Rays of Darkness
    by MONO
    Recoil, Ignite Recoil, Ignite
  16. Become Ocean
    by John Luther Adams
    Become Ocean Become Ocean
    Maybe the title influenced my reaction, but this album feels like being underwater. Not drowning, but floating, safe, alert, and at peace, while still in awe of the immensity of the ocean's scale.
  17. Khun Narin's Electric Phin Band
    by Khun Narin
    Lam Phu Thai Lam Phu Thai
    No favorite track. This album is a lovely, wandering east Asian folk album. I have almost no experience with this genre of music, but its meandering rhythms and noodling lead reminds me of the best psyc-rock and at time the best progressive metal (minus heavily tuned guitars and growling vocals, of course.)
  18. Celestite
    by Wolves in the Throne Room
    Initiation at Neudeg Alm Initiation at Neudeg Alm
    I don't know that you can prefer any one song from this album. They all work together as one piece, eerily flowing and peaking in different moods and tones.

    If someone had told me that there was this great synth-driven album that sounded like the spooky scenes from 80s sci-movies, I'd have passed. But I'm glad I found this album. It's haunting, mellow, dark, and lovely.
  19. The First and Last Days of Unwelcome
    by Lumbar
    Day Four Day Four
    Day Four has a short breakdown that rips me open every time. I can't stop listening to it. The entire album supports it.