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Old 02-06-2012, 09:19 AM
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This is the first list I've seen with EITS on it.
Mine will.

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24) The Seven Mile Journey – Notes for Synthesis
There was a time where this album was number 2 on my mist, above albums that are still in my Top 10. So then why did it drop so low? Here’s the story behind it...
It moved, but in the opposite direction for me.

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18) Bloodiest – Descent


17) Disma – Toward The Megalith


16) Red Fang – Murder the Mountains
Loved 'em all.

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15) Moonsorrow - Varjoina Kuljemme Kuolleiden Maassa
This album is epic.
Indeed. I just checked it out recently, and much to my surprise, I really liked it. I don't know what I was expecting, but whatever. I'm gonna have to add this to my "Would Have Probably Loved This If I Had Had a Chance to Listen to It More" list.

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14) Deafheaven – Roads to Judah



13) Obscura – Omnivium
Loved 'em both.

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11) Loss – Despond
Funeral Doom is another genre of heavy music that is quickly becoming a favorite of mine.
Not yet, for me. I'm getting there slowly, I think, but I really have to be in the mood for this kind of music, I find. It's not something I can just listen to anytime. This album is obviously a grand example of what the genre is all about, though. It's definitely not a feel-good album, that's for fucking sure.
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