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What do you guys think of my picks?? I tried to be as objective as possible, with my personal opinion only influencing things a tiny bit
Pretty much a good idea of how linear and unlinear metals evolution has been
Great picks! I wouldn’t say Red is really metal though, strikes me more as prog rock/progressive rock
If you actually chose St.Anger for 2003, (which the thumbnail implied), I would've dipped my balls in the nearest deep fryer holy fucking shit.
You're triggering me with the 2003 pic in the thumbnail
Seeing Rainbow and Dio here truly puts a smile on my face. There is so many things extremely Metal about Dio's presence in his prime, which is just his entire musical career haha. I also think that the 2000s and 2010s just had so much great material to work from, and I can't wait to see how the 20s work off of such a foundation.
Agreed man, dio is the man
Rainbow Rising is one of the best metal albums ever in my opinion. Easily in my top 5.
Slaughtered At The Soul is awesome, but I think Symbolic should've won.
the beauty of metal is that there’s always something for everyone, glad we’ve got a big metal family community, love you guys :)
Huge props for including 'Sunbather'. It's has such a unique sound and I can never understand why it's so hated.
Because they're hipster posers, but the record is great tbh
It's simple because the Americans (USA) tend to be seen as the pioneers when in reality the true innovators are France, Germany, Sweden, Poland, Iceland, Post Black Metal existed and had been developing in France/Germany long before, The same thing happens with Lorna Shore, generally DeathCore fans believe that they invented extreme metal with keyboards, something that is already 30 years old and is called Symphonic Black Metal. Many people in the USA came to discover bands like Behemoth only a couple of years ago when they went on tour with Slipknot, a band that has existed for more than 30 years 💀 So...saying that Deafheaven invented post black metal is simply disrespectful
Honestly just happy to see Great Southern Trendkill get some love. I feel like it's the forgotten Pantera album. Probably my favorite metal album ever. The mix of Southern groove with Phils death and black metal influences is perfection
10/10 album no doubt. Dimes solos in there are unmatched by anyone else
My favorite too bro, discover it when I was 10, what a punch in my face !
In my opinion Cowboys From Hell was 1990 best metal album
@Jackob_Cestá duro pero el rust in peace es una joya del trash🤘🏼🤘🏼🤘🏼
The chorus in the title song hits so hard. Most angry dude in history😂
Metal is such a diverse and awesome genre that you could pick like 20 different albums for each year, awesome time to be a metal fan with new awesome bands on the horizon while most of the classic bands like megadeth, maiden etc are still around releasing bangers
I absolutely agree
Iron Maiden's Brave New World is such an underrated album for them. Out of the Silent Planet was a great song! (And better book)
@Samfan4Films777 black sabbath is very underrated band in the world
Underrated ? Not really
I love that you picked Individual Thought Patterns for 1993. If you picked any of Reign In Blood, Master Of Puppets, Peace Sells or Somewhere In Time for 1986 I would have been satisfied with that pick. I expected Sad Wings Of Destiny to be in there but Rainbow is a good choice anyway.
and 1998 should have been The Sound of Perseverance, not the Blind Guardian one
@weon_pencathat BG album is a masterpiece. I don't even like power metal and death is my fav death metal band, but this particular album is so good
@weon_penca I'm not even a Blind Guardian fan but there's no way TSOP is beating out that album lmao
Stained Class is one of the most influential albums ever, spawning both NWOBHM and thrash so I expected to see that in 1978
@weon_penca The curse of feanor alone is better than Deaths entire discography after Leprosy
I agree with around 60% of these, which is actually pretty good for this type of content. Well done! I'm sad Operation: Mindcrime and From Mars to Sirius didn't get on the list.
No Mindcrime but two Ghost albums. Yeah, this list is suspect af.
@Powermad 6669different years, dude. Eighties were far richer in metal albums than 2015.
Also Crack the Skye in 2009 should've been a no brainer...
Loved the inclusion of DEATH for 93, each record produced is a absolute blast
Spiritual healing is mid, the rest are amazing
Great album indeed but I would put Cynic - Focus.
@XRay Gamer Spiritual Healing is underrated, it's got the best Chuck vocals and some of his best riffs
@Abdullah Alp Yenice Symbolic is the culmination of the second half of Death's career: it puts together the best elements from SH, Human and ITP. On the other hand I never cared much for TSOP: the vocals are meh and most of the songs are "prog" in the worst sense of the word, meaning that they're too long for their sake and meander needlessly. Yes, it has some great riffs but still it isn't enough
1990 must have been hard year to pick between Rust in Peace and Painkiller, two classic albums that I've probably listened to more than any other whole album, i just have a tendency to listen to both of them in full each time
Mad respect to Bradley for always repping A7X. Favorite band of all time, don’t care about anyone’s hate.
Hey 😊 Fam. You Won ❤️🎊
Leviathan is genuinely one of the absolute best records I will ever listen to.
@Abdullah Alp Yenice I will have to check it out thank you
Can't say I really agree with much of this. But that's the beauty of metal. There's something for everyone. 🤘
Same here! I wouldn't have picked over half.
Especially not the blastbeat-ridden deathgrind stuff or endless breakdown grindcore. It's just so BORRRRIIIING.
@Christopher Fox lol but thats the stuff i would add 😅i like the part that goes CHUG CHUG CHUG CHUG RE REEE CHUG REEEEE CHUG CHUG
Precisely! Such a diverse genre will never have a definitive answer, and that's amazing!
That why trying to make objective lists are a waste of time. I'd much rather see a list from somone who has nothing whatsoever in common with me, than from someone trying to please everyone. There's nothing wrong with being proud of what you like, even if no one else does.
oh well, let's do this too:1970: Black Sabbath - Paranoid1971: Black Sabbath - Master of Reality1972: Deep Purple - Machine Head1973: Black Sabbath - Sabbath Bloody Sabbath1974: Judas Priest - Rocka Rolla (didn't have much to compare it to)1975: Alice Cooper - Welcome to My Nightmare ('75 also wasn't a year i explored much, this is technically not even metal)1976: Thin Lizzy - Jailbreak (there's probably more metal albums from 1976 out there)1977: Motörhead - Motörhead1978: Van Halen - Van Halen1979: Motörhead - Overkill1980: Diamond Head - Lightning to the Nations (there's a bunch of good metal from that year, but i feel this one is my favorite)1981: Mötley Crüe - Too Fast For Love (there's probably better, more important metal records from that year though)1982: Iron Maiden - The Number of the Beast1983: Metallica - Kill 'em All1984: Metallica - Ride the Lightning1985: Possessed - Seven Churches1986: Slayer - Reign in Blood or Metallica - Master of Puppets1987: Napalm Death - Scum or Death - Scream Bloody Gore1988: Metallica - ...and Justice For All1989: Sepultura - Beneath the Remains1990: Judas Priest - Painkiller or Pantera - Cowboys From Hell1991: Mr. Bungle - Mr. Bungle1992: Pantera - Vulgar Display of Power1993: Carcass - Heartwork1994: Korn - Korn1995: Death - Symbolic1996: Burzum - Filosofem1997: Electric Wizard - Come My Fanatics1998: Death - The Sound of Perseverance1999: Botch - We Are the Romans (does metalcore count?)2000: Electric Wizard - Dopethrone2001: Converge - Jane Doe (does metalcore count?)2002: Agalloch - The Mantle2003: Linkin Park - Meteora (does Linkin Park count?)2004: Mastodon - Leviathan2005: Amenra - Mass III2006: Agalloch - Ashes Against the Grain2007: Machine Head - The Blackening2008: Misery Signals - Controller2009: Baroness - Blue Record2010: Kvelertak - Kvelertak2011: Woods of Desolation - Torn Beyond Reason2012: Converge - All We Love We Leave Behind2013: Deafheaven - Sunbather2014: Behemoth - The Satanist2015: Ghost - Meliora2016: Cult of Luna & Julie Christmas - Mariner2017: Trivium - The Sin and the Sentence2018: Zeal & Ardor - Stranger Fruit2019: Cult of Luna - A Dawn to Fear2020: Poppy - I Disagree (yeah, i went there)2021: Whitechapel - Kin2022: Chat Pile - God's Country2023: Agriculture - Agriculture
Glad to see Rainbow/Dio make an appearance, well deserved.
Life is but a dream was a great surprise to me, never been a big fan of this band but i really enjoy some songs, and this album really impressed me
It's insane how many albums you can put in 1990. The fact that RIP is interchangeable speaks lengths at how great of a year 1990 was, damn. On top of the previously mentioned Rust In Peace, there's Painkiller, Seasons In The Abyss, Cowboys From Hell, and the list just keeps going and going. What a UNIT of a year! People say "Metal was dead in the 90s" yeah yeah yeah talk about bullshit.On another note, I'd put Demanufacture in 1995's slot, that album is a GEM.
1990 IS such an amazing year for Metal. Sadly a lot of classic bands really struggled after that year, but there certainly were some great new ones who picked up the torch (even if they weren’t filling arenas the way the classic bands had.)
I'd throw Tales From The Twilight World from Blind Guardian in there also, although at that point they were still growing musically it seems.
1990 isn't the 1990's 😉But of course it's bullshit, there are loads of great metal albums from the 90's. It's more like metal was considered 'dead' from a popularity standpoint, I guess. Of course it was still a great decade for metal fans, but we're a niche audience in respect to the broader popular music scene.
Demanufacture is such a masterpeice, its so 90's yet so futuristic at the same time
Coma of Souls, By Inheritance, Twisted Into Form, Swallowed in Black, Persistence of Time, Never Neverland... great year for Thrash!
I can agree with a LOT of your choices. Especially Symphony X, though Underworld should have been in there as well.
King Crimson's "Red" - one of the best records in general. Simply amazing.
A prog rock band that make many metal band embarrassed
It’s a great album, but calling it metal is a real stretch.
Exactly. The album that defined prog metal for decades. In every modern prog metal album you can hear something from Red
@ragingbill They're obviously not a Metal band but that album is absurdly heavy for its time
@Bradley Hall Exactly so. It's the same with Moving Pictures. Not a metal album per se but hooooooly fuuuuuck is it influential in more ways than people realize for its production quality and the number of people influenced by the musicianship.
Great 70s picks: I was very happy to see the Rainbow, DP, and King Crimson in there :)
Slaughter of the Soul , what a masterpiece in 95. Nice to see Altars of Madness and Death on there too.
Happy to see Sunbather being recognized as a "metal" album. Truly one of a kind.
Pretty spot on, though I'd have put Trivium's "Ascendancy" on there for 2005 and Motorhead's "Inferno" for 2004, absolutely brutal underrated Motorhead album
Rush’s moving pictures was a surprise and I’m glad you picked it. One of my favorite albums of all time!
Moving Pictures is one of my favorite albums ever but is it metal? I don't think so
Life Is but a dream is a severely under rated album. It is just pure artistic genius.
def best album of 2023 the Avenge album@Bradley Hall
It just came out, too early to call it underrated. Personally I'm not a fan tbh.
Judging by how quickly I forgot that A7X even had an album this year and how all the talk died down, I guess it’s about as forgotten as it deserves to be. I kind of see why some people consider it a masterpiece but I’m not one of them.
I like the first half of it but after that the quality starts dropping
Thx for having Avenged Sevenfold, Nightmare, Meliora, Prequelle, Ride the Lightning and the Black Album! Every single song on these albums is a banger ❤
This was fun. The progression of the genre is incredible, but that aggression and existential despair is always at the helm.
Great to see some love for Symphony X. 2011's Iconoclast should be in the list too.Would also have Amorphis' Under the Red Cloud for 2015, and 2005 is a tough one between Opeth and Gojira...
So glad to see some Dio love on this list. You should do a Dio speed run. It’d be hilarious to see you doing those vocals.
Well, of course each of us would do some different choice, it's normal. Personally in 1980 I'd pick one beween Heaven&Hell and Maiden debut album, in 1987 Appetite for Destruction (if we can consider GNR as metal) and in 1992 Images and Words. But you did a great job, man!
Not having From Mars to Sirius for 05 and TWOAF for 08 is pure madness
I really wanted to include a Gojira album, they were just very unlucky with the years they picked to release music 😆
I love gojira, but no way it beats Ghost Rebveries
@Blaze imo it beats, i would put Blackwater park in 2000
Magma > Terminal Redux
Catch Thirty-Three > Ghost Reveries, Mars to Sirius
The Oddessey getting a mention is a true win in my book. Symphony X is one of those bands that unfairly sit a bit under the radar. I would also like to say that 2010, and 2012 should have gone to Periphery 1 and 2. Truly astonishing albums. If not periphery 1 in 2010, then I would like to take a second and appreciate The Final Frontier by Iron Maiden. I personally think that it’s the best of the reunion era maiden, but it might not be for everyone. When The Wild Wind Blows, and The Man Who Would Be King are instant classics in my eyes. The solo section of Isle of Avalon is also one of their most inventive ones to date. Probably the most unique since the Seventh Son outro.
Glad to see Vektor on the list.Very, very underrated band! They deserve much more credits for sure.
The "Terminal Redux" Album is - imho - a piece of art not mentioned to be ever fully understood by mere men ...
2012 Cattle Decapitation and 2016 Vektor were the best death & thrash metal records of the past decade, only missing 2014 Thy Darkened Shade black metal release.
the return of metalcore has been a lovely little walk down memory lane for me. i was born in 03, so i came into the metal scene right after the end of the scene era, and boy did i have a backlog to go through. Im not into much metalcore these days, mostly death and thrash, but i can't forget my roots in edgy corekid nu metal time. also, Marty playing with Jason Becker is one of the greatest things to grace my ears.
You have excellent taste in music. My main revision would to be correct the tragic lack of Tool. Every single year they released an album, it was the best album that year. Lateralus is still a strong candidate for best metal album since the turn of the century.
Having Terminal Redux on here is such a great choice! Glad to see such an underrated masterpiece given credit
Vektor is an amazing blackened progressive thrash band, that put a smile on my face
My favourite album of all time! Was shocked to see it here actually!
@Henry Walton same
best album since music was a concept
Really love seeing Cacophony on this list, such a wildcard!
Loved seeing “Sin After Sin” and “Nightfall in Middle-Earth” in here. Two of my top 10 albums ever, personally.There were a bunch I also like, and some I don’t do much, but a compelling list!
Great list, but i really miss Leprous on it. I would have given them the 2015 spot with The Congregation, but to each their own
And my personal pick for 2002 would be Oceanic by Isis, a fantastic record. And even for 2004 I'd take Isis's Panopticon over Mastodon's Leviathan, which is a great album nonetheless.
Thanks for doing this. Exposed me to some newer albums that I’m enjoying
Rainbow was such a damn good band, shame I never got to see them live.
Such a ridiculously sick band, way underrated!
@Bradley Hall Speaking of, see you on Saturday dude.
One of the most slept on albums in my opinion. Phenomenon by UFO another album that doesn't get enough live in my opinion. @Bradley Hall
Come to Italy, I play in a tribute band to Dio...you can see the next best thing! (we're not amazing, but we get the job done)
@BradleyHallGuitar seen em...they were meh tbh. Ufo tho were fkin awesome live
One day Haken is gonna be there, I believe it. They just have to keep putting out amazing albums and playing big shows like Archtangent, which I'm still mad I didn't get to go.
props for having TGSTK for 1996, easily my favorite pantera album
Seeing Toxicity making it on the list brings a smile to my face
Really happy you went with some Devin love. Addicted is a brilliant album, as of course is City. I'd have found a spot for Deconstruction personally coz that album totally surprised the shit out of me when it came out, but each to their own mate
Did not expect to be reminded of how awesome Nightfall in Middle-Earth AND Blind Guardian were. Thanks
It's great to see some Power Metal representation! Power Metal is so underappreciated these days, and both "Nightfall on Middle Earth" and "Odyssey" are pasterpieces in their own right.
Yes! Both amazing bands! NightFAAAAALL!
I mean, some of the bigger metal bands right now are power metal bands, think of Sabaton and Powerwolf for example
@Emanuele Lo Giudice no.... no it isnt... power metal is a niche. Power metal is about 5-10% of my listening
@Emanuele Lo Giudicebut that's way Different to what Power metal was then...
@Ukraniated states ov israel I don't think that your listening or my listening experience alone can be representative of the state of the genre in 2023😅
Great video, would be sick if you did this for rock too
It warms my heart you put a couple of Devin Townsend albums. Super underrated.
Appreciate the inclusion of great death metal albums. Nice list and 95 % eould be my choice too...but for me 2023 is not yet decided. Terrasite from Cattle Decap is a really high bar to jump (however Holocene from The Ocean and Sheol from Hipno5e are really tight runner ups...)
I would've picked Terrasite over Avenged Seven Fold! I haven't seen any mention of Warlocks and Grim withered Hags from Hellripper and thats's kind of a shame! I'll have to give Holocene a listen
Symphony Xs The Odyssey. Such a great album on so many levels.
Props for putting Vektor's Terminal Redux in there. It's one hell of a ride.
I would add in 89 Sepultura Beneath the Remains, in 96 Aenema by Tool, 2000 Opeth Blackwater Park and I miss some Gojira in 2008 with The way of all flesh, but you nailed it with Vektor's Terminal Redux, what an album! Great picks anyways bro 🤘
89 i woulf choose terrorizer - world downfall(the better album on which pete sendoval plays, not altars of shitness), and i agree with 2000, bwp is a masterpiece. 96 none so vile and 94 i would go with when the kite string pops. And yeah terminal redux is just amazing.
Blackwater Park was released in 2001 tho !
@Alexandre Marchand you are right, was recorded in 2000 but released in 2001
I agreed with ya on SEPULTURA
Good picks dude. Slightly surprised that there was no Slayer, Sepultura, Tool, COC or White Zombie anywhere in there, but definitely kudos to all of the others- especially Metallica!
I'd choose Colors for 2007. It was topping a lot of online music choices for best album that year plus I'm also biased (:
As the years went on in this video I started to disagree at times strongly but as you had King Crimson's 'Red' as the best in 1974 (it is still progressive but it's also definitely heavy) I'm giving you a like. ('Brave new world' was also very positive surprise *thumb up* !)
Great list, hard to pick just one! Definitely gonna check a few of these out that I've never heard of and I absolutely love Life is But a Dream!🤘
Wow wasn’t expecting you to put spiritbox in this list. They definitely are moving modern metal in an awesome direction i think. Love the list!!
Late '90s through the mid 2000s were so great with bands like COB, In Flames, KSE, Symphony X, LOG, Nevermore, Soilwork, Scar Symmetry, etc. hitting their peaks.
Rainbow! At The Gates! Blind Guardian! Awesome selection, rock on! Though possibly the 1996 pick should've been Roots? And I thought of Demanufacture but you can't beat Slaughter of the Soul, so I'll let that slide.
THANK YOU FOR ADDING 3 SEVENFOLD ALBUMS MR BRADLINGTON HALLIUS 😎Edit: 2010 was my favourite album of all time (Avenged Sevenfold - Nightmare) that album will always be my number Avenged Sevenfold Album… first album I ever bought and will foREVer be my favourite
1992 would be tough to choose between Pantera's Vulgar Display, Megadeth's Countdown, Dream Theater's Images & Words, and Testament's Ritual. Fortunately for me I wouldn't have to because my favorite album of the entire 90s was released that year: T-Ride. A singular album (sadly) unlike anything before or since.
Damn good choice on this one Bradley. Seventh Son of A Seventh Son may be my fav Iron Maiden. Moving Pictures is also one I love (obvs you can tell by the profile pic)
I would just switch '89 to Beneath the Remains (Sepultura) and '08 to Shogun (Trivium).Good picks!
Great list!I do feel gojira deserved either 2012 or 2008 but still a great list! Mastodon absolutely deserves what they got as well!
Wow, you've named the exact two bands I love to rip on the most as examples of lame sissy shit haha, amazing
@icankillbugs oh? Mind if I ask why?
@icankillbugs ok gatekeeper
Hundreds of albums I could go and say "wHy dIdN't yOu InClUdE tHiS", but for some reason I'm only missing Crack The Skye. Probably because you already included Leviathan and Blood Mountain, but to me Crack The Skye was peak Mastodon and will be part of my top 5 metal albums for years to come
Leviathan is easily my favourite Mastodon album, but Crack The Skye might just edge it as the best album for 2009 for me too, especially since it wasn't a super strong year overall for metal.That said, Black Gives Way to Blue was also pretty good and of course there was Feel the Steel and the genius that is Desperate Living by Horse the Band.
Yeah Blood Mountain defintely shouldn't have been there.
Love individual thought patterns. Great pick
It would be too long to check and comment on all, but there are a few in row from the past decade I would definitely change without listening to yours :D2017: Pain of Salvation - In The Passing Light Of Day2018: The Ocean - Phanerozoic I: Palaeozoic2019: Soen - Lotus 2020: The Ocean - Phanerozoic II: Mesozoic / Cenozoic
i see your professed love for addicted by devin and monolith by cattle were not hollow words, warms my heart, some great picks overall
Loved seeing The Black Dahlia Murder’s Nightbringers selected for 2017. Hated not seeing any Slayer!😂 Still a great list though.
Glad to see some respect con Blind Guardian and Symphony X. Incredible albums
Pretty spot on. Only band 'missing' is Carcass - Heartwork ('94) and Torn Arteries ('21) are standouts
Agree, Torn Arteries is a stand out album in 2021
Heartwork is from 1993 though
@Andrea Renaudoah, that’s right, good call
2:17 Pantera's the great southern trendkill is one of my favorites because is a great mixture of a sound like the depressive Alice in chains and the typical band's sound i love it
1986 I was rooting for Master of Puppets 🤘And coincidentally Disposable heroes has been stuck in my head all day
Dude, the Children of Bodom, Vektor, and Black Dahlia albums were legendary picks!
Didnt expect to see Vektor here! Great choice, the cattle decap appreciation for 2012 too was nice to see
2005 was such a peak year for metal, between your pick and also City if Evil, Are You Dead Yet, Mars to Sirius, etc
Yes! One of the best years of all time for Metal for sure. That spot could have been several different albums but Ghost Reveries is one of the best damn records of all time 🥰
Octavarium, Room V, The Godless Endeavor, Character were that year too. Not really my favourite year by any means but pretty good.
Strong year, but This Godless Endeavor was a masterpiece.
@Bradley Hall and Blackwater Park is even better 🥶
Funny that you say that, because there was no metal in 2005
Your 70's, 80's and 90's had me nodding along. Realised there isn't much in the 2000's I've particularly enjoyed.
It's so nice to see Devin Townsend in this list twice. Especially Addicted - first collab between the two of my favourite metal artists - Anneke Van Giersbergen and Devin Townsend.
I was pleasantly surprised by Sunbather! My second favorite album from that decade, for me is only topped by Deathspell Omega's Paracletus.
I was really torn for 1980 between Blizzard of Ozz, British Steel and Ace Of Spades (banger year). Same for 1990 with Rust in Peace and Cowboys From Hell. I personally would have taken Appetite For Destruction in 1987 and And Justice For All in 1988
I wouldn’t consider AFD metal but hard rock. Agree on AJFA tho
Ace of spades would have been my choice
For 2021, I'd have put Trivium's In the Court of the Dragon. Masterpiece album
YES!!! ANTHRAX LOVE!!! SPREADING THE DISEASE IS MY FAVORITE ALBUM GLAD IT WAS REPRESENTED!!!!Edit: I appreciate the SYL love too!! City is one of my favorite metal albums of all time!!!
at work im playing my music by full power and i get more strange looks when I play Anthrax then when I play Lorna Shore
Probably would've chosen Feel the Fire for 1985, but that's a great album too.
Interesting choices with only a few I just can't get behind. I hate Prequelle and in general that every band in 2017 decided to go disco for some reason. I would have picked Nightmare Logic by Power Trip, Forever by Code Orange, Anticult by Decapitated, or even Emperor of Sand by Mastodon. I also just never got behind A7x after City of Evil and there were so many more interesting and better albums and bands in the 2000s imo. I really wanted to love the new album but I just kind of have to agree with Fantano (I know) that it's an interesting set of ideas but not really executed or produced very well, kind of like a later Mars Volta album or a lesser Between the Buried and Me.BUT choosing Seventh Son for 1988 almost makes up for everything else since that is Iron Maiden's most complete album imo from a musical perspective.
Something about the 70s and 80s that’s phenomenal to me.
I agree all of these are incredible albums, but I would personally put Angel of Salvation by Galneryus for 2012. Listening to that is simply put a majestic experience.
Brave New World instantly makes this list a 10/10, some other great picks in there too (Nightfall and Individual Thought Patterns my beloved)
Glad to see Monolith of Inhumanity on here, its such a god level album, and Cattle Decap are SOOOO underrated.
Same, pleasant surprise, one of the best in brutal death metal, if not the best. I can’t decide between this and None So Vile
Glad to also see that Hevy Devy is getting the love he deserves!
Good list. I was so excited when I saw Terminal Redux from 2016. That was my favorite album of that year as well. 🤘
I was definitely not expecting Moving Pictures on there. This is a surprise, but it is a masterpiece of an album, good taste!
This Godless Endeavour should have been on there imo. That album hasn't been bettered since, utterly insane metal.
Really good list, it's nice to see someone give some love to Anthrax. I only disagree with Emperor having the best album of 1994 when Korn's self titled album came out the same year.
Delighted to see Deafheaven, Code Orange and Imperial Triumphant in there!
Terminal Redux is severely underrated, excellent pick
Dude from Vektor is a POS sadly, kinda wished something else made it even though the album is great.
@Brodie Allegedly. People are still giving him shit over it so he made a video not too long ago explaining his side further. It's pretty much just he said/she said so I'm certainly not going to stop listening to Vektor over it
@WindyrExactly. Nobody can prove anything. These kinds of conflicts are nothing for the public, they are for the court!
@Bradley Hall going to check em out now. Thanks for the recommendations!
Iowa by Slipknot is an honourable mention for 2001. I feel like that album's had a significant influence on metal as a whole. I'm definitely biased. Seeing The Black Dahlia Murder there was Beantastic 🥫🥫🍞🍞🍞
I approve of a lot of this list. 2005 should be The Black Halo by Kamelot, one of the greatest metal albums of all time. And 1995 should be In Your Multitude by Conception but I accept that's more a personal pick since they aren't as well known.