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We've had the Crushing and we've had the Dark, Harrowing and Ravaging, now it's time for the Anger. This list could be seen as a sort of Dance of the Dregs from those other two lists (as in albums that didn't get on either), but some of these albums to me might be classified as either or neither.

As you can see, not limited to genres. Suggestions are demanded appreciated.

Pending
Today Is The Day
The Secret
Skullflower
Pessimist
Rage Against The Machine
Nasum
Dark Tribe
The Amenta
Ringworm
Discharge

Created by: Lit. | 14.11.2013



1. Abyssal - Novit Enim Dominus Qui Sunt Eius
Desolation and devastation. Sonically sardonic. Prepare for punishment. Abyssal are abysmal. Ah, I adore alliteration.
2. Acid Bath - When The Kite String Pops
DON'T YOU FUCKING LOOK AT ME!
3. Agoraphobic Nosebleed - Agorapocalypse
So this album is basically three people screaming at you at once (one of which is a woman). Really, this album is something along the lines of "angerousal" because some deranged trauma queen singing about sexy preteen boys is not just disturbing on Pig Destroyer levels, but it's also kinda sexy in a weird way.
4. Alkerdeel - Morinde
The sonic equivalent of being violated by inbred hillbillies in the dark north woods of Canada, before being saved by Bigfoot, who promptly tears them to shreds and save you for dessert. I don't know what I'm talking about, but this would be some sweet-ass beef jerky commercial.
5. Anaal Nathrakh - The Codex Necro
I've been loving these unusual black metal bands lately, from psychedelic stuff like Orassni Pazuzu to industrial horror like The Axis Of Perdition. Anaal Nathrakh are no exception with their face-melting punishment. Belligerent and numerous.
6. Antediluvian - λόγος
If Hell had a public restroom, this would be the muzak playing over your head while you take a dump.
7. Assjack - Assjack
Easily one of the most obnoxious albums I've ever listened to, but for some reason it keeps roping me back in. Rob Zombie should take note: This is how to act like a Hellbilly.
8. Benighted - Icon
Why are you so brutal to me, Benighted? From the vindictive number that is Slut to various other similar yet different death/grind whatever, Benighted is a crushing number. Welcome to the Asylum indeed.
9. Buzzov•en - ...At A Loss
I don't think I can describe this any better than how BitterCOld did: "You will hate this album. It hates you." Filthy and angry sludge with sound samples throughout the album that remind you the world is a bitch and it needs to be neutered. Thanks again, BC, for introducing this album to me. And, you know, 50% of the rest of the albums on this list and in my collection…
10. Cadaver - ...In Pains
Mr. Tumor just got malignant. Scratch that; he's damn near malevolent! Old-school death metal for the masochist in you.
11. Cautiva - Human
Taste that metallic coppery taste in your mouth? That's blood. Tastes good, don't it? Your tongue probably hurts like hell, though. Bet José Travieso's tongue hurts, too. I can't imagine doing vocals like that would be easy. Probably just as hard as it was to get into. Technical thrash of a sort from Spain.
12. Coffinworm - When All Became None
I went in expecting something like Dragged Into Sunlight. And you know what? That's what I got. I ain't complaining. There's just something about listening to Start Saving For Your Funeral and watching that scene on The Temptations miniseries where Paul Williams kills himself thinking "AW, SHIT, NIGGA! WHAT ARE YOU DOING?!" Oh, I'm a horrible person.
13. Converge - Jane Doe
…And to think, this album is the product of a messy breakup. First time I heard this, I thought it was Grindcore. Still do, actually, but I don't dare say it aloud lest I be branded clueless about subgenres by guys like Marcel and even Troy if he were still here. I miss Troy. What was I talking about again? Oh yeah. Angry as hell album.
14. Cro-Mags - The Age Of Quarrel
So I just realized I DON'T have a crossover album here yet. I believe it's time I rectified that with the debut of cult classic New Yorkians the Cro-Mags. When you're doing 25-to-life for being part of a good deal gone bad, this album will pat you on the back and say "Don't drop the soap!"
15. Dead Congregation - Graves Of The Archangels
I stand by my previous assessment of this album being like "Decay Metal." This is horrifying death metal. Bleak and haunting, but the anger is tangible as the ghosts haunting this graveyard.
16. Deathspell Omega - Fas - Ite, Maledicti, In Ignem Aeternum
Where is your god? That is all.
17. Demolition Hammer - Epidemic Of Violence
DAMN! I had a similar instance to this album (and the just-as-good previous effort Tortured Existence) like I did with Immolation. This is a heavy, brutal and geometrically-sound thrash album from the 90s.
18. Disembowelment - Transcendence Into The Peripheral
If Will Smith were here, he'd call this "The Garden of Eden... AT NIGHT!" Crushing and legendary death doom. Personally, I'd recommend their self-titled compilation, since it's all this and more, but this is the core of their efforts.
19. Dragged Into Sunlight - Hatred For Mankind
I need a shower.
20. Dying Fetus - Killing On Adrenaline
Still nothing. Shit, I think my clever description quips are running dry. It's angry, though, but I probably don't need to tell you that.
21. Esoteric - The Pernicious Enigma
Well, "mad" in a different sense of the word. Almost two hours of crushing funeral doom telling us why humanity sucks. Almost makes you wanna believe them.
22. Exhorder - Slaughter In The Vatican
Let's put aside the whole "which came first, the chicken or the egg" bit for a while and talk about this album. Vicious Slayer-esque thrash with a death metal tone. Though they wouldn't sound totally like groove until their following album, this album is an underrated gem alongside The Law. Unlike The Law, however, Slaughter In The Vatican is a maaaad as hell album.
23. Exodus - Tempo of the Damned
I can't call myself a fan of Exodus' early stuff. Their debut was decent but not spectacular, not to mention the other albums that came afterwards. But this album is where the band got its balls back. It's like when Garth Ennis was brought in to revamp the Punisher. I hate Garth Ennis and The Punisher, but you catch my drift, right? Embrace the anger and blacklist the nearest wife-beater you know.
24. Extreme Noise Terror - Holocaust In Your Head
The name says it all.
25. Eyehategod - Take As Needed For Pain
This album is Al Bundy telling you how much you suck and how pathetic your life is. This album is Dr. Venture knowing he can do better than you (and actually doing so). This album is my first foray into sludge and my most memorable. Misantropic and dirty stuff from the part of New Orleans that missed the Girls Gone Wild tour.
26. Goatwhore - Blood For The Master
A personal favorite of mine from 2012. It's angry. It's filthy. It's fun. It's Goatwhore in a nutshell!
27. Godflesh - Streetcleaner
Crushing, unforgiving, loud; this is the musical equivalent to a Combine Smart Barrier: A giant wall that slowly and loudly drags itself forward, crushing all poor saps that happen to be under it at the time. Imagine you're poor Gordon Freeman in Nova Prospekt, trying to outrun this bastard. That's what I felt like when I first listened to this.
28. Hell - Human Remains
Alright, maybe my inner-fanboy demanded this album be put on here, but it can all be shrugged aside. This album… is hell. Anger almost seems irrelevant, and it is proof you don't have to sound nasty to be nasty. Every song invokes some kind of evil, whether you're fighting side-by-side with it (Let Battle Commence), whether it's in the air (Plague And Fyre), on top (Save Us From Those Who Would Save Us) or simply within you (The Devil's Deadly Weapon). The devil is within us all, and he's seething with rage.
29. Iced Earth - Burnt Offerings
The happiest album on the list, but the darkest of Iced Earth and possibly in all power metal (or whatever IE could be classified as). Burnt Offerings feels like a marathon reading of every tragedy that Shakespeare has ever written from the mournful ending of Romeo and Juliet (Last December) to the treachery of Macbeth (the title track) to that silly play where even the Fool is hung (Creator Failure), with Dante Alighieri's own tragedy headlining a 16 minute trip through Hell. Cast your body to the flames.
30. Immolation - Close To A World Below
Blasphemous, heavy and like standing in front of a raging fire, this has to be the crowning achievement of Immolation. I remember putting this on thinking this would be another one of those under-produced dime-a-dozen death metal acts, only to be shot in the face execution-style. It's crushing and angry, it's prime-cut death metal from New York.
31. Ion Dissonance - Breathing Is Irrelevant
...I got nothing.
32. Insect Warfare - World Extermination
The earth has died. You're one of the last people on it slowly dying due to useless days spent inhaling its toxic air. That doesn't mean you should be feeling a soul-crushing and heart-wrenching agony that most doom/funeral doom/death doom albums in this situation try to portray. It means you feel angry. How dare those bastards do this to your home planet?! WHAT, THE WAY THINGS WERE WASN'T GOOD ENOUGH FOR YA?! I'ma take out my anger on some blackened, leafless trees!
33. Korn - Korn
I'd call this another WTF moment, but to my surprise, this album is actually pretty well-received on this site, even if Korn as a whole isn't. I'm so fucking proud of y'all! Anyway, even if they tried consistently to match the anger on later albums and failing, this album is angry and filthy nu metal in its prime, and one of the closest a band's ever come to reflecting teenage angst and anger.
34. Liberteer - Better To Die On Your Feet Than Live On Your Knees
The people's metal. Fast, vicious and stewed with enough anarchy to make even Johnny Rotten say "DAMN!" This album is a revolution fought, and one you don't know you win until you hear the fireworks at the very end. ¡Viva La Raza!
35. Life Of Agony - River Runs Red
NOTE: This New York hardcore act would like to remind you that it doesn't condone the actions of the main character in this sick concept album, no matter how pathetic your life is. Grim hardcore from the mean streets of Brooklyn at a time when grunge ruled.
36. Lord Mantis - Pervertor
*Points at you* Ant. *Points at album* Boot.
37. Machine Head - Burn My Eyes
Made by a couple of disgruntled kids born from the ashes of the LA Riots, Burn My Eyes is essentially what Body Count's debut should've been. White guys singing about racial prejudice or urban decay in inner city LA may seem funny at first glance, but I wouldn't mock their fast-blazers like Blood For Blood and their heavy hitters like Death Church without feeling like someone would pull a Rodney King on me.
38. Man Must Die - ...Start Killing
Short, but sweet and vicious tech death. And here I thought I was getting bored of the genre. Start listening.
39. The Meads Of Asphodel - The Murder Of Jesus The Jew
Are you tired of all those kvlt, anti-religious black metal bands that don more make-up than most glam metal artists and don't know the true meaning of the inverted cross? I know I was, and I'm sure TMOA were, too. This is a different kind of anger: Why has the image of Jesus Christ been twisted into a form that only fits what people WANT to see? TMOA try to reveal the truth. Gutsy.
40. Megadeth - Peace Sells... But Who's Buying?
I was reluctant to add this one, because it felt too... obvious, if you get what I mean. Listening to it again, I can't help but think what a crying shame it is that Dave will never go back to this.
41. Meshuggah - I
Meshuggah was a given here, but this 22-minute long jam session is probably the one Meshuggah release that I really enjoy. There's no structure or form, it just goes where it pleases and does so brutally. It's a 22 minute long bit of the worship of the sick and degenerative.
42. Ministry - Rio Grande Blood
"…And now, a message from the president of the United States, George W. Bush." Do-do-do… SMASH! That's where it starts, and how it ends with the deranged ring leader Jello Bafia inviting us to the show and the beautiful Liz Constantine seducing us only proves that us poor Americans can't seem to catch a break, aside from a few broken bones and shattered spirits. If Uncle Sam heard this album, he'd weep and then continue In Search After His Lost Honor.
43. Mitochondrion - Parasignosis
One of those recurring albums that appears on both lists mentioned in the description (like the one above). This is one of those Death Metal+ (as !J.O.O.E.! cleverly put it) bands that've been coming out of the woodwork en masse. I await for more of them with great anticipation, but until then, this rampaging beast will have to satisfy me.
44. Nailbomb - Point Blank
Hate is reality. At least, that's what Max Cavelera must've felt when he formed this single-album side-project that was the industrial thrash metal outfit Nailbomb. The cover alone should tell you that this is not an album to fuck with. We never do find out if that poor girl lives or not. Judging by the anger in this album, I'm gonna say that pic has a bad end.
45. Nails - Unsilent Death
So this is Powerviolence? Huh.
46. Onslaught - Sounds Of Violence
You hear that? That is the sound of a thrash band from England forgetting its subpar 80s days and embracing a hell bending modern sound with ferocious riffs, nasty vocals that almost border death growling and some dark as shit lyrics. I love it when old thrash masters (Overkill, Exodus, Onslaught) prove they still got some mettle in their metal. Did I seriously just say that?
47. Pantera - The Great Southern Trendkill
Rather than be cliché and put the likes of Cowboys or Vulgar on here, the honor for Angriest Album goes to Pantera's own TGST. Whatever conflict between the band that must've been bad enough to force Anselmo to record the vox for this album a couple of states away can be felt in songs like the title track, War Nerve and even softer bits like Floods and the first half of Suicide Note. Don't even get me started on the second half. They CAN destroy your body.
48. Pig Destroyer - Prowler In The Yard
It was a tough decision putting this or Terrifyer on here, but regardless but these guys do it with guile and affable style, and this album is probably the closest thing to a serial killer making an album. Charles Manson doesn't count.
49. Primitive Man - Scorn
"Oh, how awful! Did he at least die painlessly? ...To shreds, you say. *Clicks tongue* Well, how's his wife holding up? ...To shreds, you say. Very well, then."
50. Prong - Cleansing
This is less of a "beat the bastard up now" anger and more like "simmer down your fury and wait for the opportune moment to strike, because revenge is a dish best served burned" anger.
51. Psychotic Pulse - Psychotic Pulse
This is essentially SYL V2, without Devin's unique voice but a good screamer in its place and the wall of processed anger still there. Thanks again, Mechanist.
52. Rottrevore - Iniquitous
I don't normally waste my time with so-called "underrated death metal" because it usually isn't. There's always exceptions, though, Rottrevore being the ugliest of examples.
53. Rotten Sound - Exit
MOAR GRIND! Honestly, what's stopping me from including every grindcore album ever made? ...NOTHING! But I got to keep my standards.
54. Shining - IV - The Eerie Cold
"I think we ought to start our life old. And we have all the pain, and we're feeble. And we look at our friends, and they're feeble, they're 100. But every day we get younger, and we have something to look forward to. No need to kill yourself, there's hope. And then when you reach 20, 19, 12, 10...every day is really a new day. And it's really a miracle. And then you're a baby, and you don't know your life is ending, you just suck on your mother's tit and then you die..."
55. Slipknot - Slipknot
Yeah, you're not Eyeless. You are indeed seeing Slipknot on here. Get it out of your system. But I remember first listening to this album when I was maybe 14 and, like many of my previous demographic, I felt it was the angriest, nastiest thing I've ever heard. Obviously, the effect has worn down a tad since my swan dive into metal, but it's still as biting and unique as it is today.
56. Strapping Young Lad - City
Raw, unpasteurized anger incarnate from the depths of mad musician Devin Townsend's unmedicated mind, City is a wall of sound that will blast you to pieces. By the time it lets up from its fury and unleashes its slower but more cynical side with the Cop Shoot Cop cover and Spirituality, it won't make a difference. You're already dead.
57. Warbringer - Worlds Torn Asunder
Probably the meatiest album to come out of this Resurgence or whatever Guib calls it. What's that? New thrash is a pale rip-off of the old, classic stuff? Sorry, I can't hear you over the sound of my freedom. Keep calm and OPEN FIRE!
58. Watchmaker - Kill. Fucking. Everyone.
"What do you mean 'everyone?'" "EVERRRYYYONNEE!!"
59. Whitechapel - Whitechapel
The latest album on the list and the latest of the Tennessee sextet, this is my picture of deathcore (no, Willy, I don't care for Despised Icon) and how it should be: Angry, catchy and still death metal at heart. Props to Whitechapel (and other various bands from the same time) for coming out and proving Deathcore was more than met the eye.
60. Wormrot - Dirge
Is $10 too much for this album? Wormrot might think so.



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Lit. - 25.11.2013 at 19:00  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 25.11.2013 at 18:56

Written by Lit. on 25.11.2013 at 18:54
I reminded me a lot of DEP, so yeah, I kinda liked it. Probably have to give it another spin to fully appreciate it, but God, it's maniacal and definitely angry.


Dillinger Escape Plan, right? (just confirming). Yeah, it's a crazy beast of an album indeed. The later albums are less crazy in terms of structure but it's always angry as fuck.

I've been tempted to check those out as well, but I'm sticking with this one for the list.
And yes, Dillinger Escape Plan is what I meant.
Lit. - 29.11.2013 at 21:43  
(Sort of) updated.
Chobo_jokeR - 10.02.2014 at 05:52  
Cheers for the nod to my list

+1 to your list, plenty of really good stuff on here.
deadone - 10.02.2014 at 06:39  
A couple of suggestions:

Morbid Angel - Domination.

Absolute bludgeon. Dawn of the Angry especially is the type of song that makes you want to hoe into all you hate with megatons of firepower. Kill fucking everything!

Kreator - Pleasure To Kill or Extreme Aggression.

The type of album that makes you want to lash out with a hatchet.

The Haunted - The Haunted.

Hate Song says it all!
Lit. - 10.02.2014 at 07:09  
Written by Chobo_jokeR on 10.02.2014 at 05:52

Cheers for the nod to my list

+1 to your list, plenty of really good stuff on here.

I should be thanking you (and Alex Fenger) because those lists were massive inspiration, but thank you regardless.


Written by deadone on 10.02.2014 at 06:39

A couple of suggestions:

Hate to break it to you, but I don't find any of those albums even remotely angry. I'll mull over the Haunted, but Domination (even if it is a good album) and Kreator have zero chance of getting on.
deadone - 10.02.2014 at 07:18  
Ah well each to their own!

I personally wouldn't have included Burnt Offerings in there.

And I love Burnt Offerings - superb album. More brooding than angry to my ears.
Lit. - 10.02.2014 at 07:25  
Written by deadone on 10.02.2014 at 07:18

Ah well each to their own!

I personally wouldn't have included Burnt Offerings in there.

And I love Burnt Offerings - superb album. More brooding than angry to my ears.


If songs like the title track, Brainwashed, Creator Failure and parts of Dante's Inferno don't sound angry to you, you apparently need to re-tweak your definition of "angry music," especially if you think Pleasure To Kill or Domination is angrier than Burnt Offerings.
deadone - 10.02.2014 at 07:33  
Hell yeah.

Pleasure to Kill is pure pissed - it's furious and violent. It describes what I feel when I "see red" and feel like ripping the throat out of someone in a fit of rage.

As for Domination - songs like Dawn of the Angry, Where The Slime Live and the title track are pretty fucking angry. As stated Dawn of the Angry makes me want to unleash megatons of explosives on fucking everyone when my blood's boiking and I feel like the world needs to burn.




And I'm an absolute Iced Earth fan boy. But I've never regarded Iced Earth as angry music.

It was always more "man that chick doesn't like me, poor old me" kind of stuff.

EDIT Megadeth is another wierd inclusion. Again I love that album - fuck I love Super Collider.

But I've always regarded Megadeth as "easy listening." Not something to make the blood boil or help burn that anger induced adrenalin rush.
Lit. - 10.02.2014 at 07:46  
Written by deadone on 10.02.2014 at 07:33

Hell yeah.

Pleasure to Kill is pure pissed - it's furious and violent. It describes what I feel when I "see red" and feel like ripping the throat out of someone in a fit of rage.

As for Domination - songs like Dawn of the Angry, Where The Slime Live and the title track are pretty fucking angry. As stated Dawn of the Angry makes me want to unleash megatons of explosives on fucking everyone when my blood's boiling and I fell like the world needs to burn.

You must have a hair-trigger temper or something then, 'cause Kreator are about as angry as Metallica or (early) Exodus.

Written by deadone on 10.02.2014 at 07:33

And I'm an absolute Iced Earth fan boy. But I've never regarded Iced Earth as angry music.

It was always more "man that chick doesn't like me, poor old me" kind of stuff.

If you were really the IE fan you say you are, that simply wouldn't be the case.

Written by deadone on 10.02.2014 at 07:33

EDIT Megadeth is another weird inclusion. Again I love that album - fuck I love Super Collider.

But I've always regarded Megadeth as "easy listening." Not something to make the blood boil or help burn that anger induced adrenalin rush.

Again, you have one warped perception of angry music.


The point remains: Burnt Offerings and Peace Sells are staying on; Kreator and MA are staying off. I'll mull over The Haunted.
Mr. Doctor - 10.02.2014 at 07:57  
I haven't heard their debut but The Haunted's rEVOLVEr it's pretty fucking angry and I love it. In case you didn't like the debut, I recommend you that one.
!J.O.O.E.! - 10.02.2014 at 11:24  
Good call on 54.

Agorapocalypse wouldn't go amiss. Lords Mantis too, maybes.
Lit. - 10.02.2014 at 21:17  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 10.02.2014 at 07:57

I haven't heard their debut but The Haunted's rEVOLVEr it's pretty fucking angry and I love it. In case you didn't like the debut, I recommend you that one.

I'll put that with the debut for consideration then.

Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 10.02.2014 at 11:24

Good call on 54.

Agorapocalypse wouldn't go amiss. Lords Mantis too, maybes.

Agoraphobic Nosebleed always seemed more silly than angry to me, but then again, I've only ever listened to Frozen Corpses... by them. I'll give it a listen. Lord Mantis is definitely a contender, though.
!J.O.O.E.! - 10.02.2014 at 21:18  
Written by Lit. on 10.02.2014 at 21:17


Agoraphobic Nosebleed always seemed more silly than angry to me, but then again, I've only ever listened to Frozen Corpses... by them. I'll give it a listen.

Agorapocalypse is a proper album with proper 2 - 3 minute long songs and actual songwriting. Aggressive as almighty fuck though.
Mr. Doctor - 10.02.2014 at 21:41  
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 10.02.2014 at 11:24
Good call on 54.


Guess who recommended them.
!J.O.O.E.! - 10.02.2014 at 21:42  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 10.02.2014 at 21:41


Guess who recommended them.

Err... Yasmine?
Mr. Doctor - 10.02.2014 at 21:50  
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 10.02.2014 at 21:42

Written by Mr. Doctor on 10.02.2014 at 21:41


Guess who recommended them.
Err... Yasmine?


Nah, it was me (So you are correct in a way!).
deadone - 10.02.2014 at 23:34  
Written by Lit. on 10.02.2014 at 07:46

Written by deadone on 10.02.2014 at 07:33

Hell yeah.

Pleasure to Kill is pure pissed - it's furious and violent. It describes what I feel when I "see red" and feel like ripping the throat out of someone in a fit of rage.

As for Domination - songs like Dawn of the Angry, Where The Slime Live and the title track are pretty fucking angry. As stated Dawn of the Angry makes me want to unleash megatons of explosives on fucking everyone when my blood's boiling and I fell like the world needs to burn.

You must have a hair-trigger temper or something then, 'cause Kreator are about as angry as Metallica or (early) Exodus.


I don't think you've ever listened to early Kreator.

If you think Riot of Violence, Betrayer, Ripping Corpse and Flag of Hate are as angry as Metallica, I doubt you've listened to any of them.

As for hair-trigger temper, not really...I seldom get angry but then it's a violent fury.



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If you were really the IE fan you say you are, that simply wouldn't be the case.



Erm Iced Earth have been in my top 3 bands since Something Wicked This Way Comes came out in 1998. And Megadeth is one of those other 3. Number 1 is Iron Maiden of course.



Written by deadone on 10.02.2014 at 07:33

Again, you have one warped perception of angry music.


I think you're the one with the warped opinion. Most people that listen to Metal wouldn't regard Iced Earth or Megadeth as angry (or early Thrash as shit or mid period Carcass as grind).



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The point remains: Burnt Offerings and Peace Sells are staying on; Kreator and MA are staying off. I'll mull over The Haunted.



Fair enough as it's your list...

Oh and just realised no Slayer?!? Divine Intervention - now there's a superb pissed little Thrash album.
Lit. - 11.02.2014 at 00:16  
Written by deadone on 10.02.2014 at 07:33

I don't think you've ever listened to early Kreator.


If I didn't, we wouldn't be having this conversation. And right now, I almost wish I didn't.

Written by deadone on 10.02.2014 at 07:33

Fair enough as it's your list...

Oh and just realised no Slayer?!? Divine Intervention - now there's a superb pissed little Thrash album.


Again, no. Not even remotely angry, and a very boring album at that. Now I'm starting to wonder if you're just throwing out random old thrash that you want to see put on.
If any Slayer album has a chance it would probably be Hell Awaits, but I doubt highly that Slayer is going on as well.
deadone - 11.02.2014 at 00:25  
I don't know what your definition of anger is.

Hell Awaits would be good though.

As for Divine Intervention, it's another one of those albums I love to listen to when I'm pissed. I'd describe that album as murderous rage.

Great album to listen to at any time though - good riffs, some good grooves. Far better than Seasons... in my opinion.

Still not sold on you listening to early Kreator , at least any more than a cursory listen.
Lit. - 11.02.2014 at 00:37  
Written by deadone on 11.02.2014 at 00:25

I don't know what your definition of anger is.

I'd say you don't know the definition of anger, period.

Written by deadone on 11.02.2014 at 00:25

As for Divine Intervention, it's another one of those albums I love to listen to when I'm pissed. I'd describe that album as murderous rage.

Trim your standards then.

Written by deadone on 11.02.2014 at 00:25

Great album to listen to at any time though - good riffs, some good grooves. Far better than Seasons... in my opinion.

Disagreed. Seasons is much better; at least it had more than one redeemable song.

Written by deadone on 11.02.2014 at 00:25

Still not sold on you listening to early Kreator , at least any more than a cursory listen.

That's what it was, and based on what I heard I'm not offering another one.

Alright, this is getting annoying. This conversation is over. If you keep going, I'm going to elect to ignore you.
Mr. Doctor - 11.02.2014 at 00:41  
Guys guys, chill the fuck up. If someone doesn't want to include something is fine. Also, let's not call each other "Oh your opinion of X is weird and wrong".
One listen is enough to see if an album is worthy of your personal list or not. I know I only need one anyways...
deadone - 11.02.2014 at 00:47  
Lit's problem is he's convinced he knows all that is good about music and everyone's elses opinion is void.

He hasn't figured out it's personal taste.

I don't mind debating music though. Isn't it why we're here?!?
Mr. Doctor - 11.02.2014 at 00:49  
Written by deadone on 11.02.2014 at 00:47
I don't mind debating music though. Isn't it why we're here?!?

One thing is debating... another thing is saying "you have a warped perception of angry music" just because you don't agree with him.
deadone - 11.02.2014 at 01:06  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 11.02.2014 at 00:49

Written by deadone on 11.02.2014 at 00:47
I don't mind debating music though. Isn't it why we're here?!?

One thing is debating... another thing is saying "you have a warped perception of angry music" just because you don't agree with him.



Like these ones from Lit. - juvenile on my behalf as I engaged in same behaviour as he did.

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Again, you have one warped perception of angry music.


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If songs like the title track, Brainwashed, Creator Failure and parts of Dante's Inferno don't sound angry to you, you apparently need to re-tweak your definition of "angry music," especially if you think Pleasure To Kill or Domination is angrier than Burnt Offerings.
Marcel Hubregtse - 11.02.2014 at 01:15  
Calling early Kreator not-angry is totally ridiculous imo (and I don't like early or almost any kreator at all), as well especially when Burnt Offerings and Peace Sells are included. Although Peace Sells is semi-pissed-off.
Iced Earth angry? Nope, melancholic, brooding, yes, angry no.
And Hell angry or evil sounding. Not to me at all. Briljant album it is but not angry or evil.
But then again loads of people seem to call Iron Maiden dark.
Mr. Doctor - 11.02.2014 at 01:27  
Written by deadone on 11.02.2014 at 01:06
Like these ones from Lit. - juvenile on my behalf as I engaged in same behaviour as he did.

It wasn't my intention to make it sound like you were the only one though. Sorry if it sounded like that.

For the record: I also think Domination is hella angry. Love that album.
deadone - 11.02.2014 at 01:37  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 11.02.2014 at 01:27

Written by deadone on 11.02.2014 at 01:06
Like these ones from Lit. - juvenile on my behalf as I engaged in same behaviour as he did.

It wasn't my intention to make it sound like you were the only one though. Sorry if it sounded like that.

For the record: I also think Domination is hella angry. Love that album.



All's cool.

Yeah I love Domination too. Great album indeed!
Lit. - 11.02.2014 at 01:50  
Look, it's my damn list. Albums that go on aren't coming off, and I'm not adding Kreator. I might as well add Sodom or Venom or Bathory while I'm at it. Just because the anger is on the surface doesn't mean it's an angry album. Do you have any idea how many other albums I would have to add if I followed that logic?

I honestly don't know what I'm gonna do with Domination. I like MA, their first three albums especially and Domination wasn't bad in itself, but my first impression was that it just doesn't sound like an angry album to me. Just another death metal album. I'll go back and relisten to it, see where that takes me.

And I still can't for the life of me comprehend why people think Burnt Offerings sounds completely brooding (or in dead's case: less angry and more like "man that chick doesn't like me, poor old me" which is just asinine). Maybe songs like Last December and Diary do, but the rest of it sounds angry (like the songs I previously mentioned). At the very least it's a balance between the two.
deadone - 11.02.2014 at 01:58  
By ""man that chick doesn't like me, poor old me" I was referring to brooding and melancholy.

Iced Earth is my number 1 listening music when I'm feeling sad and especially when a certain young lass took me on a bit of an emotional rollcoaster ride in my mid 20s hence my comment about "man that chick doesn't like me, poor old me".

Just cause Dante's Inferno or Brainwashed or Burning Oasis are about different lyrical topics other than love doesn't mean they're not brooding and melancholy (especially Burning Oasis) to my ears.
Lit. - 11.02.2014 at 02:25  
Written by deadone on 11.02.2014 at 01:58

By ""man that chick doesn't like me, poor old me" I was referring to brooding and melancholy.

Clarify that next time then, because from what I've read you were basically calling it emo. And that shit don't fly, son.

Written by deadone on 11.02.2014 at 01:58

Iced Earth is my number 1 listening music when I'm feeling sad and especially when a certain young lass took me on a bit of an emotional rollcoaster ride in my mid 20s hence my comment about "man that chick doesn't like me, poor old me".

Interesting choice in mood music, then.

Written by deadone on 11.02.2014 at 01:58

Just cause Dante's Inferno or Brainwashed or Burning Oasis are about different lyrical topics other than love doesn't mean they're not brooding and melancholy (especially Burning Oasis) to my ears.

...And just because Last December and Diary are about love doesn't mean they aren't angry. In Diary you have the attacks directed at Christ and in Last December you have the singer admitting how they're basically killing themselves to scorn their parents, among other things. Like I said, it's more of a balance if anything.

For me, brooding Iced Earth is more along the lines of The Dark Saga, or even Night Of The Stormrider (which also has some anger in it, really).
deadone - 11.02.2014 at 02:42  
Written by Lit. on 11.02.2014 at 02:25

Clarify that next time then, because from what I've read you were basically calling it emo. And that shit don't fly, son.


No, certainly not emo!

These days Iced Earth is "easy listening." "Easy listening" is anything I can get away with at volume with wife and baby present.
mz - 11.02.2014 at 09:36  
For a change, I auggest love Sex Machine and churchburn . Really punishing and filthy sludge, although that churchburn album is only an EP.
Erik M. - 12.02.2014 at 00:15  
New genre-tag: angry metal.
mz - 12.02.2014 at 00:37  
Written by Erik M. on 12.02.2014 at 00:15

New genre-tag: angry metal.

I feel that a shitstorm will happen after this wouldn't spoil it, though.
Erik M. - 12.02.2014 at 00:39  
Written by mz on 12.02.2014 at 00:37

I feel that a shitstorm will happen after this wouldn't spoil it, though.


Hopefully not like that shitstorm on Facebook the day before yesterday (575 comments ), about atmospheric metal being a genre-tag or not (which I still think it is). And I was obviously joking about the tag "angry metal".
Lit. - 12.02.2014 at 00:45  
Written by mz on 11.02.2014 at 09:36

For a change, I auggest love Sex Machine and churchburn . Really punishing and filthy sludge, although that churchburn album is only an EP.


I would prefer they have profiles on here, but I'll give a listen regardless. Thanks.

Written by Erik M. on 12.02.2014 at 00:15

New genre-tag: angry metal.




SEETHING WITH RAGE!
mz - 12.02.2014 at 00:48  
Written by Erik M. on 12.02.2014 at 00:39


Hopefully not like that shitstorm on Facebook the day before yesterday (575 comments ), about atmospheric metal being a genre-tag or not (which I still think it is). And I was obviously joking about the tag "angry metal".

That's the thing I was thinking about: bringing up that discussion
Also, I knew that you were joking.
mz - 13.02.2014 at 23:18  
Written by Lit. on 12.02.2014 at 00:45

I would prefer they have profiles on here, but I'll give a listen regardless. Thanks.

In that case, I'd say The Amenta-n0n and Primitive Man- Scorn can be good fits here.
Marcel Hubregtse - 13.02.2014 at 23:32  
Written by mz on 13.02.2014 at 23:18


In that case, I'd say The Amenta-n0n and Primitive Man- Scorn can be good fits here.


Now spinning the Primitive Man - P//M noise cassette. Yes, it's noise and not like Scorn at all, but still quite angry I'd say. Great stuff.
mz - 13.02.2014 at 23:41  
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 13.02.2014 at 23:32


Now spinning the Primitive Man - P//M noise cassette. Yes, it's noise and not like Scorn at all, but still quite angry I'd say. Great stuff.

Yeah saw you posting in on FB. Not able to check it right now but I'd love to hear Primitive Man playing noise. Thinking about it makes me shrivel.
Lit. - 13.02.2014 at 23:55  
Heard of Primitive Man, but never got around to them. Now's as good a time as any I guess.
Mr. Doctor - 23.02.2014 at 23:57  
Oh, I see you have Today Is The Day as pending. I've heard basically their entire discography. While it's not my favorite... I think their angriest album is Kiss The Pig. It starts off ridiculously violent. You won't get a lot of time to breath.

In The Eyes Of God might also work but while I do think it's better... Maybe it's not equally angry, more disturbing and surreal though so it all depends on what kind of anger you are looking for.

Sadness Will Prevail is a beast from a completely different level though, end-boss-shit. Easily their most fucked up album (and their masterpiece if you ask me). Not that angry, really... but it would leave you in the same state as the guy in the artwork. If you go the whole 2,5 hours in one sitting, you are trooper.

Shame The Haunted's rEVOLVEr didn't get in but I udnerstand if people don't like it as much as I do. Cheers! Hope you enjoy TITD, easily one of my favorite bands ever.
Lit. - 24.02.2014 at 00:20  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 23.02.2014 at 23:57

Oh, I see you have Today Is The Day as pending. I've heard basically their entire discography. While it's not my favorite... I think their angriest album is Kiss The Pig. It starts off ridiculously violent. You won't get a lot of time to breath.

In The Eyes Of God might also work but while I do think it's better... Maybe it's not equally angry, more disturbing and surreal though so it all depends on what kind of anger you are looking for.

Sadness Will Prevail is a beast from a completely different level though, end-boss-shit. Easily their most fucked up album (and their masterpiece if you ask me). Not that angry, really... but it would leave you in the same state as the guy in the artwork. If you go the whole 2,5 hours in one sitting, you are trooper.

I don't think I have the durability to go through Sadness Will Prevail yet.

I'm actually starting with Temple of the Morning Star as my first TITD album, based on yours and Uldreth's list. How's that in the way of anger?
mz - 24.02.2014 at 00:56  
Other might have suggested it: could Rages Against The Machine be here, too? Another addition to your "teenage angst" I guess.
Mr. Doctor - 24.02.2014 at 01:13  
Written by Lit. on 24.02.2014 at 00:20

I don't think I have the durability to go through Sadness Will Prevail yet.
I'm actually starting with Temple of the Morning Star as my first TITD album, based on yours and Uldreth's list. How's that in the way of anger?


Heh, that's nice of you to say. That reminds me that I must update my list. I got all the suggestions written but haven't checked them out yet.
Temple of the Morning Star is a great and sick album with lots of groove and fun moments in between but definitely not their angriest. I put it in my list because of the sick/twisted/hilarious samples.
Kiss The Pig is their angriest by far and while not their best, still awesome and the most appropiate for this list if you ask me. It's only 36 mins and thank Cthulhu for that. xD
Lit. - 24.02.2014 at 01:21  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 24.02.2014 at 01:13

Heh, that's nice of you to say. That reminds me that I must update my list. I got all the suggestions written but haven't checked them out yet.
Temple of the Morning Star is a great and sick album with lots of groove and fun moments in between but definitely not their angriest. I put it in my list because of the sick/twisted/hilarious samples.
Kiss The Pig is their angriest by far and while not their best, still awesome and the most appropiate for this list if you ask me. It's only 36 mins and thank Cthulhu for that. xD

I'll give them (and the one you suggested in your previous comment) a try then. Thanks a bunch.

Written by mz on 24.02.2014 at 00:56

Other might have suggested it: could Rages Against The Machine be here, too? Another addition to your "teenage angst" I guess.

I am by no means a RatM fan, but I could definitely see why they should be here. I'll add them... as soon as I think of something quirky for their description.
BoxCar Willy - 24.02.2014 at 01:22  
Can't have a list based on Anger without Eyehategod.


90% anger, 10% music.
Alex Fenger - 24.02.2014 at 01:27  
Rage Against The Machine, Nasum, and Dark Tribe would all be good (and varied) additions.
Mr. Doctor - 24.02.2014 at 09:11  
Written by BoxCar Willy on 24.02.2014 at 01:22

Can't have a list based on Anger without Eyehategod.


90% anger, 10% music.


Of course, that's why they've been here from the beginning (currently spot 25).
BoxCar Willy - 25.02.2014 at 00:05  
Written by Mr. Doctor on 24.02.2014 at 09:11

Of course, that's why they've been here from the beginning (currently spot 25).

Oopsie. I even read this like 3 times.

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