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What are your favorite albums released in 2013?

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  • Thelemech
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    Originally posted by Thelemech View Post
    Headless Ritual - Autopsy
    Pinnacle Of Bedlam - Suffocation
    13 - Black Sabbath
    The Last Spire - Cathedral
    The Mouths Of Madness - Orchid
    Abra Kadavar - Kadavar
    Spiritual Genocide - Destruction
    Hail To The King - Avenged Sevenfold
    Countdown To Extinction Live - Megadeth
    Serpents Unleashed - Skeletonwitch
    Chemistry Of Consciousness - Toxic Holocaust
    I forgot two-

    The Underground Resistance - Darkthrone
    End Of Disclosure - Hypocrisy

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  • Spiralarchitectx1
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    Originally posted by Franklin View Post
    I own both Ghost CDs. To me, they have a unique sound unto themselves that does not sound like an overly forced attempt to sound like they are from the 1970's. In fact, I find their second CD sounds quite unlike the first CD, such that it doesn't seem they are even attempting to sound like themselves, much less Blue Oyster Cult or anybody else.

    Ghost won't be for everybody so try them out first on youtube before buying. Yet I like them and find that I play their CDs more frequently than some of my other recent purchases do.
    Listened to secular haze and genesis earlier on you tube and that was enough.

    ....for me to go out and buy both their albums and the ep when I have some spare dough! Fucking great, my kind of rock music
    Love their theatrical presence too and unique kooky sound.
    Found a good new band at last!!!

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  • Franklin
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    I own both Ghost CDs. To me, they have a unique sound unto themselves that does not sound like an overly forced attempt to sound like they are from the 1970's. In fact, I find their second CD sounds quite unlike the first CD, such that it doesn't seem they are even attempting to sound like themselves, much less Blue Oyster Cult or anybody else.

    Ghost won't be for everybody so try them out first on youtube before buying. Yet I like them and find that I play their CDs more frequently than some of my other recent purchases do.

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  • jstheconqueror
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    I am a big fan of ghost. Both of their albums Opus Eponymous and Infestissumam are very good albums. Their live shows are incredible. Dave Grohl produced their newest EP called If You Have Ghost.

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  • Spiralarchitectx1
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    Originally posted by Never Satisfied View Post
    Most people say they sound like Blue Oyster Cult and Merciful fate. I don't know....I guess they sound like they are trying hard to sound like they are from the 1970's. I like their imagery and their silly satan worship lyrics are kinda fun.
    Might be worth checking out, always weary of a band trying to sound like a different age!,
    I want one to invent the 2010's sound! Blow us away with something never heard before!

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  • Never Satisfied
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    Originally posted by Spiralarchitectx1 View Post
    That ghost fellow has been cropping up a few times now.,
    What's the music like with his band?
    I know it was produced by Dave g.
    For fans of what other bands would you say?
    Most people say they sound like Blue Oyster Cult and Merciful fate. I don't know....I guess they sound like they are trying hard to sound like they are from the 1970's. I like their imagery and their silly satan worship lyrics are kinda fun.

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  • Spiralarchitectx1
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    That ghost fellow has been cropping up a few times now.,
    What's the music like with his band?
    I know it was produced by Dave g.
    For fans of what other bands would you say?

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  • Billy Underdog
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    Of the four new albums i've bothered to check out this year, only 13 is really one i can call a favorite.

    David Bowie - The Next Day. I guess i had too great expectations for this one, hours... and Heathen were amongst his best, ever. But i probably didn't give it enough time, something often needed with Bowie.

    Darkthrone - The Underground Resistance. Though i think it's cool they're doing more punk/thrash/speed-stuff, i do prefer the old pure BM too much for this to become a favorite, but it does fucking rock though. Fenriz' voice on Valkyrie is brutally beautiful, and The Ones You Left Behind is just pure good-time Metal

    Shining - One One One. A big step down from Blackjazz, but ofcourse it's got it's moments. Like Off The Hook...

    Been thinking about checking out Alice In Chains - The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here too... Sometime...
    Last edited by Billy Underdog; 12-19-2013, 04:10 AM.

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  • RLP4ever
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    Originally posted by hipster doofus
    Elton himself said it was easily his most 'piano heavy' album to date. And there is no doubt, it certainly is. The album is sort of subtle, in a way. It's a very mature release, beautifully written and his compositions are some of his best in years. It's just a solid release, a very chilled out, kick back listen. I love me some metal, but my favorites are all over the board. I need to spice things up a bit to keep it interesting. If you're interested in recommendations, my favorite tracks are Oscar Wilde, Town Called Jubilee, Mexican Vacation and possibly my favorite Elton song ever now...Home Again.
    Thanks for this. I'll definitely buy the album before Christmas. I was never a big fan of EJ, but then again, I realise how I've always really enjoyed very many of his tunes, scattered across his releases across decades. I expect to enjoy Diving Board.

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  • Sir Kenneth
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    Damn, I now realise that I haven't really listened to much of anything new in most 2013. I do have a few albums I really liked though:

    Inquisition: Obscure Verses for the Multiverse
    Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds: Push the Sky Away
    Shining: 8 ½ – Feberdrömmar i vaket tillstånd
    Avatarium: Avatarium
    Manilla Road: Mysterium
    Deep Purple: Now What

    There's a lot of interesting stuff in this thread by bands I like, but didn't even know had new albums out. Only goes to show how out of the loop I am
    Last edited by Sir Kenneth; 12-19-2013, 03:14 AM.

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  • hipster doofus
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    Originally posted by Foul Stench View Post
    Perhaps, but listening to it and having standards to reject it, rocks.
    To each his own, I guess. I just don't see how anyone, anywhere can't stumble across something they enjoy that's new. There's an entire planet of incredible material out there and it's easier now than ever to access with a million different avenues to acquire it. Oh well...

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  • hipster doofus
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    Originally posted by RLP4ever View Post
    Mate, the new Elton John disc makes me curious. I have both heard and read a few mostly warm, positive reviews of Diving Board. To see it on your list sort of further tempts me to buy it and listen to the record myself. I think I will.
    Elton himself said it was easily his most 'piano heavy' album to date. And there is no doubt, it certainly is. The album is sort of subtle, in a way. It's a very mature release, beautifully written and his compositions are some of his best in years. It's just a solid release, a very chilled out, kick back listen. I love me some metal, but my favorites are all over the board. I need to spice things up a bit to keep it interesting. If you're interested in recommendations, my favorite tracks are Oscar Wilde, Town Called Jubilee, Mexican Vacation and possibly my favorite Elton song ever now...Home Again.

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  • Jack the Stripper
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    Black Sabbath - 13
    Megadeth - Super Collider
    Havok - Unnatural Selection
    Motörhead - Aftershock
    Orchid - The Mouths Of Madness
    Kadavar - Abra Kadavar
    Ghost - Infestissumam
    Amon Amarth - Deceiver Of The Gods
    Monster Magnet - Last Patrol
    U.D.O - Steelhammer
    Death Angel - The Dream Calls For Blood
    Sodom - Epitome Of Torture

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  • kamikazetom
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    my favorite cd's of 2013 in no particular order

    Dave Davies - I will be Me
    Buddy Guy Rhythm & Blues
    Deep Purple Now What
    Volbeat - Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies
    Motorhead - Aftershock
    Saxon - Sacrifice
    Orianthi - Heaven in this Hell

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  • justme1
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    Favorite bands put out new ones and lisked then all

    Ghost
    Black Sabbath
    Megadeth
    Motörhead
    Metal Church

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