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Maniac's top 25 metal albums! (With links and maybe writeups)

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« Reply #60 on: 12 April, 2011, 03:47:39 am »

You guys should have searched for this quote:

Quote from: Me
Herrschaft's Tesla is still the best album in the history of ever.

I'll pull up the source:

Herrschaft's Tesla is still the best album in the history of ever.

Well, that was not quite true, but then again, even I acknowledged that. There's a bit that I chopped out. Half of it was related to Umineko bull****, but one part was fairly vital.

Herrschaft's Tesla is still the best album in the history of ever. Except maybe for Grave New World by Soulfallen.

1. Grave New World - Soulfallen

We Are The Sand: http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=wiZ7rNHi9mk
A Hearse With No Name: http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=wjznRlXFq5I
Grave New World: http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=xkTdmJ47JUQ

Every other song on this album

Actually, this is this band's sophomore effort; I have never listened to their first album, and I am pure scum for never doing this. Given the place of Grave New World, one can only speculate where that would fit.

However, this is Grave New World. Oh man, there are no words for this, but I'll try to cobble up a description befitting of this album. Of course, I have an extremely heavy bias towards Forget Me Not, and if an album manages to triumph over it, all the more credit to it. This album transcends amazing, excellent or pretty much any other extremely positive descriptor. Grave New World simply is. This is probably the heaviest melodeath album on this list, likely drawing from the black metal influences that it wears on its shirt; with force alone, this album is already staggeringly powerful. But obviously, it doesn't rely solely on this to create the final product, it brings in the very best melodies in the entirety of metal. Yes, I'm making such a boast. This band destroys every other competitor in this regard, including pretty much every effort from amazing bands like Dark Lunacy, Insomnium and Novembre. These melodies don't merely cause me to react; they cause me to tremble; in spite of how incredibly melancholic this album is (if Materia and Devoid are "dark," this is a black hole), Grave New World is incredibly, overwhelmingly powerful. I have never encountered an album that can plow right through me as well as this majestic release.

You know what? I have a better summary than this. This album reminds me of my favorite song ever, Lyfthrasyr's Bloodlust. It's like this entire album is entirely comprised of Bloodlust, except even better. Actually, I'm sorry; I called this a majestic release. This is not merely a "majestic release;" it's more radiant than Rigel and it's bigger than VY Canis Majoris. This is an effort of galactic proportions.

There you go. Maniac's 25 top metal albums. Cue the laughter, I actually finished a list, and with a ridiculous simile no less.
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