18:28 - Zaphod Haha, I know you don't hate any of them, I like over-exaggerating ;)
18:25 - flightoficarus86 I am also glad they broke up this last part into multiple movements rather than taking the pretentious move to make one 25 minute track
18:23 - flightoficarus86 Definitely another consideration for end of the year. Just not something I see myself personally listening to repeatedly.
18:21 - Apothecary Anyway, yeah, this new AFoS is fire. Spun it three times today front to back and I'm in love. It's REALLY hard to say which of their albums is the best, they're kind of like the Meads. Each is just so good in its own distinct way
18:18 - flightoficarus86 I don't hate any of them. Looking at an 8.5 altogether so far. I love the female vocals and when the male vocals take a turn for the more evil. Other times he just doesn't sound invested enough. Not cheesy, and definitely uniqu
18:14 - flightoficarus86 Okay, rest of the album aside, Proboscis may be ther gem here. Stellar song.
18:08 - Zaphod I actually really like the vocals, they're one of my favorite elements in the band's music. There are multiple vocals styles being used though, which are you referring to? Or do you hate them all?
What a coincidence I noticed this list while listening to Watching From A Distance. Before clicking on it, I immediately thought Patrick Walker should be in it. I have yet to hear another vocalist who has an even more emotional voice than that guy, damn. While I don't know some of these vocalists I definitely agree with the ones I do know, so good job.
Then it would be a top 13. Although these two easily beat John Haughm and Daniel Brennare in my opinion. Lastly, I might be wrong here, but doesn't Thomas Helm do the clean vocals in Empyrium? He does them in Noekk at least, but haven't listened to Empyrium in months so I could be wrong.