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Most Notable Albums of 2016, Albums To Look Out for in 2017

Another year filled with great death metal and -cores have passed. Here are my most notable albums for 2016, and some albums I’m looking forward to in 2017.

Infant Annihilator – The Elysian Grandeval Galeriarch

Aborted – Retrogore

Angelmaker/A Night In Texas – Unholy Alliance

The Room Colored Charlatan – The Veil That Conceals

The Zenith Passage – Solipsist

Slice The Cake – Odyssey To The West

Yuth Forever – Skeleton Youth Forever

Carnifex – Slow Death

Despised Icon – Beast

Revocation – Great Is Our Sin

The Overmind – The Anthropic Principle

Thy Art Is Murder/The Acacia Strain – The Depression Sessions

Circle of Contempt – Structures For Creation

Swine Overlord – Entheogenesis

I Declare War – Songs For The Sick

Begging For Incest – F I N S T E R N I S

Dance Gavin Dance – Mothership

Into Infernus – Grimoire

Unity – The Besides

Conform – Vol I: Cigarette Lullaby

Into Oblivion – Alone

Skewered – Deathmethyltryptamine

Ophidius – The Way Of The Voice

Burial In The Sky – Persistence Of Thought

To The Grave – No Lives Matter

Maleceptor – Digest The Damned

‘sabella – Never Home

Every Hand Betrayed – Forsaken

Equipoise – Birthing Homunculi

Icingdeath – Symbiotic Depravation

Held Down – Decline

Fallujah – Dreamless

Beneath The Break – Destroyer

And although not death metal, or core…

Sianvar – Stay Lost

KoRn – The Serenity of Suffering

Saosin – Along The Shadow


Now onto what I’m looking forward to in 2017.

My most anticipated album, hands down, would be A Lot Like Birds’ upcoming fourth album. Though not heavy compared to many other albums I’m looking forward to, like Aversions Crown’s Xenocide, or Acranius’s Reign of Terroror even untitled albums from So This is Suffering and Ingested, it’s still worth mentioning. And of course, there’s some I’m curious to listen to, not really excited for, like Suicide Silence’s new album, Volumes’ Different Animals, and System of a Down’s untitled album.  And lastly, an album that seems promising, is Motionless in White’s Graveyard Shift. The single for that album”570″ is great, and it was a good surprise to see they went back to their older melodic metalcore roots.

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