mercredi 19 décembre 2012

The nine "fast & angry" list

before everyone gets completely fed up with all those end year list I start giving you mines.  won't be lists of "best" bands , just lists of bands I liked the most this year.

to start with here's my list of the "9 fast & angry" it's mostly extreme metal and related stuff but it will be followed by a specific grind list, death metal list, etc...and a list of bands that are less extreme but not less cool. it's bands / record that I reviewed and sometimes interviewed, so I give you the link to read that. there's not really an order :

-Dephosphorus-Nightsky transforms     review & interview

-Black breath-Sentenced to life               review

-Cara neir-Sublimation therapy               review & interview

-Cattle decapitation-Monolith of inhumanity           review

-F.U.B.A.R-Lead us to war                                    review & interview

-The kill-Make'em suffer                                      review

-Burning love-Rotten thing to say                      review

-Martyrdod-Paranoia                                           review

-P.O.O.R-Exctinction of trust                                review

 use the comments section to tell me which one I missed...

3 commentaires:

  1. I loved Column of Heaven's Mission from God, and thedowngoing's athousandyearsofdarkness, and Violent Restitution's self-titled LP. Cellgraft and Sakatat had awesome albums this year, too. As for ones on your list, I loved that The Kill record and Dephosphorus' LP. Also see my top 5 splits for this year; I'll have a top 25 or so for LPs up whenever I have a chance to order it and write pieces about each album.

  2. I listened a bit to Column of heaven and wasn't really convinced, but will give it another chance...
    also really liked the Sakatat, will feature on my specific grind list. as well as the Cellgraft (even if it left me a bit disapointed, but that's because Deception schematics did a huge impression on me).
    I read your review of Violent restitution and it's on my list of records I really have to listen to.

  3. The Column of Heaven album is something that makes a lot more sense as a whole than in pieces. It's more or less a "concept album," so it is one of those things that kind of builds upon itself across a recording.