Final - Burning Bridges Will Light Your Way
MGR - 22nd of May
Serpentine Path - Serpentine Path
HeWhoCannotNotBeNamed - Humaniterrorist
Leatherface - The Stormy Petrel
electric tears - buckethead
Hollow Fishies -Deathwatch Beetle Repairman
Massive Luxury Overdose- army of lovers ( hah sure , 3 songs and thats it which is more than enough )
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Not new but iam enjoying Red by the Guillemots
just dug out The Streets - Original Pirate Material again.
Better to Burn out than Fade Away
I struggle to listen to anything that isn't Every Time I Die.
Serenity - Death & Legacy
Iced Earth - Dystopia
Xandria - Neverworld's end
Symphony X - Iconoclast
They're the main ones at the moment, but there are others including some from Dream Theater, In Flames, Pendulum etc.
Michael Jackson - Thriller.
Original I know.
You should definitely check out the newcomer Jake Bugg.
Last edited by fredfred; 19-12-2012 at 09:29 AM.
I'm listening to Bullet for my Valentine - Scream Aim Fire
Cheesy Christmas music all the way at the mo I'm afraid...!
Decided to treat myself the other day and I am currently blasting these two albums whilst writing reports for work on a weekend :/
Down: Down Iv Part I - The Purple Ep
Album they are releasing in 4 EP's to make one complete album, usual good stuff from Down
Samples of the tracks can be found here from Amazon
The other album I am blasting currently is
Prong: Carved Into Stone
Been a while since I listened to any Prong and this album is classic Prong.
Samples of the tracks are here from Amazon
Any metal fans out there looking for some decent metal from 2012 can't go far wrong with these
KOAN - Argonautica
I'm really enjoying "Interventions and Lullabies" by The Format at the moment.
I'm also quite enjoying the "Soundtrack to the Apocalypse" box set by Slayer, it has some great live performances on CD5.
Currently listening to Placebo's discography, always liked them but never realised how awesome they were until I stuck all their albums on and played on shuffle, great stuff.
I'm also listening to Queen's of The Stone Age's "Songs For the Deaf" - One of my favourite bands and albums, never gets old.
Lastly, listening to "The best of The Doors", can't beat a bit of them, love just sitting and relaxing to them with my headphone's on, pure bliss.
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