04:37 - Apothecary I'll still always prefer SYL over Devin solo work, but that's more of a personal thing than anything else, as City and Alien were both huge stress relievers that helped me through a lot of shit in middle and high school
04:24 - ScreamingSteelUS Deconstruction took a long time to grow on me. It was the first Devy album I ever heard and I'm still somewhat overwhelmed by the sheer density of it, but I've grown to love most of the album now.
04:22 - Apothecary Deconstruction was really good and funny as fuck but I've had mixed emotions about it lately because of all the guest musicians on it. Sometimes it feels a little too grandiose for its own good
Your list doesn't reflect my personal taste so I'm going to tell you that you need to get better at listening to music.
Alas it would appear to be the case. Given that I've listened to a significant majority of the top 100 most popular bands on MS, I must have a painfully limited listening to metal career. How can I hope to reach this guy's massive collection of 34, all of which I've heard or am imminently planning to do so? D:
P.S. Sorry Mr First Poster, I'm sure you've got a very valid point, but I do spend a significant majority of my time listening to metal albums trying to widen my listening horizons, so just because I like Trivium and Avenged Sevenfold doesn't mean I'm entirely unaware of the world of metal, I have managed to work myself through over 1000 in my hopeless quest to listen to all that metal has to offer, so just because some of my choices are untr00, please don't think I know nothing of metal. Plus I'd probably change about 1/3 of this list at least nowadays anyway.