Your Albums of the Year - 2018

Started by Analog RH, December 17, 2018, 13:32:25 pm

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Jonners

Guys, any metal fans out there must get the Slugdge album, its just brilliant. Face meltingly heavy. this slab of Slug/Slime inspired heaviness is the business!
The new songs are an abomination

Pricey

only one for me , Richard Ashcrofts` Natural Rebel .
I'll try and behave . Promise

The Letter R

Quote from: Jonners on January 04, 2019, 10:11:23 am
Guys, any metal fans out there must get the Slugdge album, its just brilliant. Face meltingly heavy. this slab of Slug/Slime inspired heaviness is the business!



Giving this a listen now on Deezer - pretty good stuff once you've adjusted to the vocals....not heard drumming like this since early Lombardo in Slayer.

Analog RH

Quote from: Jonners on January 02, 2019, 17:59:51 pm
And, thanks to Angry Metal Guy, I can add the following:-

Hamderd-Tamsins Likam (Genuinely outstanding doom, but just beautiful with it)
De Profundis-The Blinding Light of Faith (very heavy, very good!)
Slugdge-Esoteric Malacology
Second to Sun-The walk

Whether its my evolving tastes, or my very dark year in 2018, or just a need to absolutely sonically brutalise myself, but I am listening to some very, VERY heavy material at the moment.

Such is the beauty of rock and metal, you get options




I'm so, so glad you've gone heavier Jonners. It's nice to have some company!


Just wait til you hear the Mastiff album I'm releasing on 1st February. It will burn your ears off.  8)

Jonners

The new songs are an abomination

The Letter R

Thought the drumming on that Slugdge album was to good to be true - read in an interview they used drum programs..... ???
Possible Black Dhalia drummer recruited for the next album - will be interested to hear the fruits of this.

Jonners

He is on board apparently, and another guy as well. Sounds like they are starting to take things a bit more seriously. Its an outstanding album
The new songs are an abomination

The Letter R

Yes, I understand they have a bass player on board too - it is a decent album for sure.