Re: 2017 in review

Author:John Frank
Date:2018-01-11 01:23:54
Edited:2018-01-11 01:28:19
In Reply To:2017 in review by jimbobhickville
Kreator - Gods of Violence
Fleshkiller - Awaken
Diablo Swing Orchestra - Pacifisticuffs (first I have liked from the band - I dig five of the tracks)
The Faceless - In Becoming a Ghost
Vexovoid - Call of the Starforger
Drottnar - Monolith I
Mastodon - Emperor of Sand (first I have liked from them in a while)
Archspire - Relentless Mutation
Theory in Practice - Crescendo Dezign
Cynic - Uroboric Forms
Exivious - Chrysalis - The Early Demos
Sanctuary - Inception
We have the above in common.
Arkaik - Nemethea
One of the better tech death albums in 2017, IMO.
Ultyma - Liberation
In my queue still.
Need - Hegaiamas​:​a song for freedom
A fave of 2017 for me.
Gorod - Kiss the Freak
Yeah, no bueno.
Dark Element - Dark Element
Bestial Invasion - Contra Omnes
Witherfall - Nocturnes and Requiems
I dig these.

Cool list, Greg.

Have you checked these out?

Adimiron - Et Liber Eris
Caved - Lost to Time
Communic - Where Echoes Gather
Contrarian - To Perceive Is to Suffer
Dark Matter Secret - Perfect World Creation
Dessiderium - Rain Gates
Dodecahedron - Kwintessens
Drehg - The Wolf You Feed
Droid - Terrestrial Mutations
Epicenter - Subversion
Fractal Universe - Engram of Decline
Gigan - Undulating Waves of Rainbiotic Iridescence
Glass Mind - Dodecaedro
Goldenseed - The Astral Hologram
The Great Discord - The Rabbit Hole
Gross Reality - Escaping Gravity
The Hirsch Effekt - Eskapist
Human - Contemplating Soliloquy
Inconcessus Lux Lucis - The Crowning Quietus
Ingurgitating Oblivion - Vision Wallows in Symphonies of Light
The Kennedy Veil - Imperium
Krallice - Go Be Forgotten
Krallice - Loüm
L'Anima - Departures
Locust Leaves - A Subtler Kind of Light
NYN - Entropy: Of Chaos and Salt
Persefone - Aathma
Replacire - Do Not Deviate
Sunless - Urraca
Tetrafusion - Dreaming of Sleep
Virulent Depravity - Fruit of the Poisoned Tree

"It's not exactly a horrible album, but it's no better than something by, I dunno, Pagan's Mind or some other shirt-tucking nerdprog band." - Matt Johnsen of Pharaoh
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