Ted Nugent - Ted Nugent

This record has been spinning every time it's time to get waste lately, so I thought I'd share. Stranglehold is the jam.

Full Bluntal Nugity
Death - Human

I'm just gonna keep ridin' this wave. And so are you. Download this now.

Gridlink - Amber Gray

I think I posted this a couple years ago, but I'm gonna repost it because the new album is coming out soon and all you dorks need to get acquainted. Short and furious just like the guys who played it.

Amber Gray.

Incantation - Upon The Throne Of Apocalypse

Incantation has a sound so deep and dark it can be hard for the uninitiated to decipher. It took me a couple listens, but I think I decided this is my favorite Incantation album. This record is rougher, nastier, heavier, and just stronger than Mortal Throne of the Nazarene and has everything I love about the New York death metal sound.

Devoured Death
Bolt Thrower - The IVth Crusade

This is by far my favorite Bolt Thrower album, and probably my favorite death metal album of all time. It's 1992 vintage and impossibly thick sound will make you forget there aren't any orcs with machine guns on the cover this time. Turn it up.

Where next to conquer?
Cretin - Freakery

This band does not get enough attention. Not nearly enough. Being one of the first grindcore bands I actively listened to, they definitely made a big impact on my musical tastes today. Also of note, I hear one of the dudes in the band is no longer a dude. Makes you wonder when you consider songs like Daddy's Little Girl.


Zoroaster - Matador

By far my favorite record from these guys. A truly psychedelic sludge voyage, enjoyable both as a whole and in pieces.

Morbid Angel - Domination

This is my favorite Morbid Angel album. It's great.

Suffocation - Human Waste

Suffocation's first EP, a true monstrosity. The mix here is FAR superior, as some of the songs were issued on later releases. I love everything this band has done, but Human Waste is 24 minutes of absolute brutality, a word that gets thrown around way too much.

Fade To Bluegrass: The Bluegrass Tribute to Metallica

I love Metallica and I don't care who knows. Been listening to them since my age was in the single digits and I love finding goofy releases like this.