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Old 01-07-2014, 09:08 AM
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I'm definitely not expecting "epic" or "atmospheric" from them. And while I'll admit I'm not super well versed in hardcore, there's a lot of hardcore bands that I think are doing more interesting things and making angry hardcore.
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Yeah I might get stoned to death with PBR cans and mason jars for making a joke like that.
LMFAO, that's a good one!! PBR without a doubt is THE hipster beer.

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I'm definitely not expecting "epic" or "atmospheric" from them. And while I'll admit I'm not super well versed in hardcore, there's a lot of hardcore bands that I think are doing more interesting things and making angry hardcore.
Also do remember though that alot of the bands now making that angry hardcore music put Hatebreed as their role models since Hatebreed been doing it for like 15+ years.
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Also do remember though that alot of the bands now making that angry hardcore music put Hatebreed as their role models since Hatebreed been doing it for like 15+ years.
Most of my favorite metal bands would probably put Slayer in their top influences. Doesn't mean I have to like 'em.
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They're a highly praised band that makes sub-par music. Perfect kind of band to hate.
Hatebreed are popular (as far as beatdown goes) but I wouldn't say they're highly praised.
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I didn't have my Von Miller glasses on so I missed the E, sorry bro.
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LMFAO, that's a good one!! PBR without a doubt is THE hipster beer.
I fucking hate this. PBR has been my go to cheap beer since high school and now it's apparently "hipster beer." It used to just be the "redneck beer" around here.
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I fucking hate this. PBR has been my go to cheap beer since high school and now it's apparently "hipster beer." It used to just be the "redneck beer" around here.
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I fucking hate this. PBR has been my go to cheap beer since high school and now it's apparently "hipster beer." It used to just be the "redneck beer" around here.
Dude, it really is the hipster brew nowadays. No problem with cheap beer, but people all of a sudden love this beer. Example: the Epic Meal Time guys drink Grey Goose, and follow it with PBR........

The only time I drank a bunch of PBR was at some shitty metal bar in Milford, CT at a Malevolent Creation show. Random. My hangover was beyond awful the next day. Shudder at the thought.
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5.) Weekend Nachos - Still

These guys have become one of my favorite bands over the last year, so I was pumped as fuck for this album and it did not disappoint. This is just some heavy as hell powerviolence/hardcore with the occasional sludgy part. It's not quite as good as Worthless, but it cut out my two complaints with Worthless (the two minutes of needless feedback before the title track and the last song goes on four minutes too long), so that's good enough. Their vocalist, John Hoffman, is like, the total package and shit, cool as fuck dude, awesome lyricist and a vocalist with range (although the guitarist also does a bunch of vocals).

No Idols & No Heroes
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4.) Abyssal - Novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius

This is like a mix of Portal and Incantation, not as out there as Portal, but really murky, foreboding death metal. It borrows a ton of elements from black and doom metal that just increase the terrifying atmosphere this album possesses. This is just a megalith of an album.

This is really the only song I can listen to on its own.The Tongue of the Demagogue. This is more of a listen to all in one sitting album, which is imposing, but so worth it. Full Album




3.) Vastum - Patricidal Lust

My most anticipated album of the year and it didn't disappoint. Vastum dished out another delicious serving of the grimy, death/doom that they are becoming known for. These motherfuckers out-Autopsyed Autopsy on this one! Some of the catchiest riffs of the year paired with terrifying vocals.

Enigma of Disgust
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2.) Inquisition - Obscure Verses for the Multiverse

RIFFS UPON FUCKING RIFFS! RIFFS FOR FUCKING DAYS! Every riff on here has an almost hypnotic nature to it that just gets me so caught up in the song. You wouldn't think croaky frog vocals would be appealing, but with Inquisition, I really couldn't see enjoying the vocals as much any other way.

Force of the Floating Tomb
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1.) Nails - Abandon All Life

I was a bit reticent of the idea of putting this at number one originally since it's only seventeen minutes of music, but it's the best damn seventeen minutes of music I've heard all year. Whether they're going at grindcore speeds ("In Exodus") or a sludgy dirge ("Suum Cuique"), Nails writes some of the best music I've ever heard. The sheer intensity and hateful nature of the music is mind blowing. Nails also manage to use HM-2s without being derivative of the wave of Entombed-core bands that have came out over the past few years.

A side note: This is also, hands down, my favorite album cover of the year. It's just creepy as fuck in a minimalist way as it's not overtly in-your-face with its imagery. I bought the vinyl (and subsequently started my now growing record collection) for the sold prospect of staring blankly into a bigger version of this cover.

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