The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time - #60

September 7th, 2018

Melvins, ‘Bullhead’ (1991)

Well, not that bad, but not sure if I will listen to it again.

The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time - #61

August 27th, 2018

Converge, ‘Jane Doe’ (2001)

I do not enjoy hardcore

The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time - #62

August 27th, 2018

Sleep, ‘Jerusalem’ (1999)

After releasing the stoner-rock landmark Sleep’s Holy Mountain in 1992, this supremely heavy Bay Area trio decided to follow it up with an album consisting entirely of one relentless, pot-exalting hour-long song.

A bit to exhausting for me ...

The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time - #63

August 25th, 2018

Sodom, ‘Agent Orange’ (1989)

Where some songs which had riffs that I really did enjoy!

The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time - #64

August 25th, 2018

Godflesh, ‘Streetcleaner’ (1989)

Well, not painfull to listen to, but I did not fully enjoy it.

My latest book - "En sjøens helt - Brennende skip" by Jon Michelet

August 25th, 2018

Finally got to finish the fifth book in the series about Havlor Skramstad and the Norwegian merchant sailors during WW2. As for the four other, a really good book. As you might already know, Jon Michelet has passed away, but he got to finish up book number six just weeks before he had to give in for cancer. So the last book is off course what I want to read next, just have to finish up some other books as well.

The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time - #65

August 25th, 2018

Faith No More, ‘Angel Dust’ (1992)

Faith No More, Mike Patton, Be Agressive, Easy (cover of The Commodores from 1977). One of my favourite bands of all time.

The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time - #66

August 25th, 2018

Deftones, ‘White Pony’ (2000)

I actually have this album, not on my heavy rotation list, but I do enjoy it.

The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time - #67

August 17th, 2018

Queensrÿche, ‘Operation: Mindcrime’ (1988)

Agree:

But it’s singer Geoff Tate who really steals this show, by summoning the the best of Queen’s Freddy Mercury, Judas Priest’s Rob Halford, and even Bauhaus’ Peter Murphy. From guttural growls and baritone incantations to glass-shattering high notes, the singer tirelessly plays the vast field of his vocal range, imbuing the album’s characters and storyline with an exhilarating life and engrossing depth.

The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time - #68

August 16th, 2018