I made a list on RYM of top ten greatest albums of the 80's (in my opinion).
So what do you guys think? Do you like or does it disapoint you? Was there something I left out that you like?
I made of list of the top 15 metal albums of the 90's, in my opinion.
So what do you think? Agree? Disagree?
NOTE: I may expand this list in the future.
OK so today at school I went to my history teacher's class during recess (we call it nutrition) to hang out there, like I always do. And so I go use the computer to use Spotify, so I can listen to music. Then I started blasting some Deicide and this one kid that also hangs around here says "What is this? It sounds Satanic." I responded with "Yea, it's a song about killing Jesus.". He then called me a Satanist but I responded with "No, I'm an atheist. I don't worship any deity." He said again "He
Eeyup here's my wishlist of albums.
Sepultura - Beneath the Remains
Mastodon - Leviathon
The Crystal Method - Vegas
Electric Wizard - Black Masses
Converge - All We Love We Leave Behind
Tool - Opiate
There's probably more, but that's all I can think of.
The list is turning out better than I expected. Even though there's stuff on there by bands that I don't like, it still doesn't bother me in anyway. It's like a huge melting pot.
My friend keeps on telling me that I'm too negative, and that I should "stop being so pessimistic". First of all, I'm not being overly negative. Second, why the f*** would I be happy all the time? Not everything in life is worth being happy about, there are things in life that make me angry, sad, annoyed, anxious, etc.
So depression, I don't have it. Do some people at school think I have it? Yes, they do. I'll admit though, I might have had it in the past. About a year ago, I was picked on
"Well it's about time you reviewed something relevant." Yes, yes it is.
For once, I'm actually reviewing an album that I really like, by a band I'm familiar with. (Even though I hate their newer stuff. Seriously, I've tried listening to Come Clarity at least five times now and I still think it fucking sucks.) But anyways, this is definantly my favorite album by In Flames. It's got that brutal raw edge of early Swedish death metal mixed with this sorta melodic sound and even a few acoustic pie
Yes, I'm making a Dream Theater review, just don't expect me to make more. This the only Dream Theater album I have and I honestly have no idea why I have it. I heard "Pull Me Under" then I got the whole album. Well that escelated kinda quickly.
Images and Words has this bipolar sound, it can be heavy at times and really soft at other times. Not in the Opeth kinda way though, Opeth is much heavier and less synthier (Is that even a word?).
"Pull Me Under" is one hell of a song. My favorit
I'm going to kick off my first review with a band that I don't listen to a lot. In fact, this is the only power metal album I'll ever review.
First off, I would like to say that this isn't a "wimpy" sounding album. I'd say it's equally as heavy as something like Mercyful Fate. Except, faster and more uplifting. So it's heavy, and not some wimpy ass album, like most power metal is said to be.
The songs are very well made. The guitar has a nice tone, it's fast as hell and like I said before, hea
I went to the mall today, with my mom and my little brother. I brought my wallet with a shitload of money in it, and I ended up not buying anything. I wanted to buy a band t-shirt or some patches and buttons but, they didn't have any. They had plenty of sports jerseys and Obey shirts, multiple stores that sell them but no band shirts (of bands that I like). I ordered a band shirt EXACTLY two weeks ago from today and it hasen't came in the mail. WTF? My brother got charged for it, they said it wo