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I think I have posted this one before, but I just listened to it in the car, and it's a damn banger. So, here it is again...



And I think this'll be up your alley, Smudge. These dudes are unique, and hard as heck. Their style has a certain filth about it. They create a very fun contrast between brutal/fast/dirty and melody with clean vocals. I enjoy the majority of their discography...

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Dammit. I just saw that TFU got back together last September and played a couple shows. This EP blew my mind back in the fall of 1998. I would've traveled to see them burn it down live a quarter century later. Brings back memories. I learned to fry scream to this EP. Jumbling up the track listing to close it out with the EP version of Skin Like Winter because it's better than what made it onto the album a year later. Dan Weyandt was at the absolute top of his game here.









And now, Training For Utopia's live set from Furnace Fest last summer. This is only a test.


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Feeling the electronic stuff lately. Good breakdowns definitely don't hurt, and a reference to Limitless push this one over the top.



Haven't checked in on these guys in a bit. French symphonic/melodic death metal. Digging this one so far.



And on the more deathcore end of things, I've been listening to these guys lately. There isn't any one standout thing about the band themselves, but they're very tight and the songwriting is pretty good. Solid albums, some good thumpers.

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Wife gave me 'a ticket' to go see Iron Maiden in Charlotte. I am so stoked. Ordered the t-shirt. Smile

So to celebrate, a few of my favorites:



Now the Number of the Beast.



Would it even be a collection without Alexander the Great?



And my last one, Lost in a Lost World. For reasons only known to me, Senjutsu is one of my favorite albums of all time. I personally think it is there greatest work. But I also think that Rammstein's Zeit is their greatest album as well. Anyway, here is my faforite track from Senjutsu, Lost in a Lost World:




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