^ It's just i$e's list to give people some good records to listen to. (totally excited about their new album) [EDIT: beat me to it. That's what it get for multi-quoting]
also @ the new inductees. Haven't heard Exegesis but it's downloading as we speak. Oh and Russian Circles' Empros is on right now.
btw, not to sound nit-picky but that Underworld record is from 1994 not 2012. Just thought I'd let you know.
Originally Posted by hardcore_rko
^^omg Slaughter of the Soul
i remember listen to slaughter of the soul a buch of times with my mates at high school. good times
thanks to ATG, metalcore is one of my favourite genres
Originally Posted by i$e
Fuck all this talk.
Mew - Frengers
I'll second that.
Originally Posted by Ether
Who here has listened to Saigon- The Greatest Story Never Told? Made back in 2011, but it was heavily slept on. One of the best albums (if not the best) hip hop album to come out that year. Just Blaze really outdid himself with the production, I suggest everyone listens to it if they haven't.
And good list in the OP, got done listening to ATLiens again a few hours ago. Never get's old.
Just Blaze's production really shines on that album.
OutKast Looking foward to Big Boi's next album.
Originally Posted by NoGimmicksNeeded
You really, really do.
I've also been treated to a sneaky listen to tie new We Came Out Like Tigers album. On first listen, AOTY wouldn't be a stretch. I'll get a download soon to evaluate properly, but they are truly special.
I've only listened to 4 songs of the Capacities LP but from what I've heard it's good stuff.
Damn, I'm pumped for WCOLT. On their bandcamp is only one song but that song blows me away.
Good new picks i$e, the Candlemass, Van Morrison and Burzum are in my alltime faves. And that Underworld album was my first introduction to electronic music that wasn't chart rave.
Gonna check out that Gaza record now, saw them play years ago and enjoyed them but totally slipped my mind to ever check out recordings.
Liked the 40 watt sun album when it came out but almost never get the urge to listen to it since, unlike Watching from a Distance which was glued to my stereo for years, might give it another go later.