Artists’ Top Albums of 2014: Part 4/5

StatueOur hyperspace pigeon is home and he’s back to his old game of tormenting statues. He hates them because they always get in the way in mosh pits. Not only that, but statues never take a bath or shower, not even after pigeons have done what pigeons usually do to them.

The pigeon visited the strange world of Metal Sucks to thank their prime aliens, Vince and Axl, for graciously sharing their lists of metal musicians’ favourite albums of 2014. He questioned whether it was acceptable to use “graciously” and “metal” in the same sentence. We told him to ask Dave Mustaine. We don’t know how Mr. Mustaine replied, but our pigeon has some ruffled hyperfeathers. Now we have to lubricate his wings with molten iridium, the heaviest naturally occurring metal on the Periodic Table.

You can see the complete Metal Sucks lists on these pages:

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Max Cavalera of Soulfly, Cavalera Conspiracy and Killer Be Killed

3. Lody Kong – Dreams and Visions
2. Incite – Up in Hell
1. The Acacia Strain – Coma Witch


Mem Von Stein of Exumer

3. Death Penalty – Same
2. Portrait – Crossroads
1. Electric Wizard – Time to Die


Mike Hill of Tombs

3. Triptykon – Melana Chasmata
2. Black Anvil – Hail Death
1. Atriarch – An Unending Pathway


Mike Moynihan of Hollow Earth

3. Weird Al – Mandatory Fun
2. Exalt – Pale Light
1. Run with the Hunted – The Sieve and the Sand


Patrick Alberts of Call of the Void

3. Midnight – No Mercy For Mayhem
2. Merchandise – After The End
1. Dead Congregation – Promulgation of the Fall


Ryan Lipynsky of Serpentine Path, The Howling Wind, Force & Fire and Humanless

3. Nightfell – The Ever Living Mourn
2. Antemasque – Antemasque
1. Abigor – Leytmotif Luzifer


Sean Worrell of Nero Di Marte

3. Swans – To Be Kind
2. Fire! Orchestra – Enter
1. Kayo Dot – Coffins on IO

Artists’ Top Albums of 2014: Part 1/5
Artists’ Top Albums of 2014: Part 2/5
Artists’ Top Albums of 2014: Part 3/5

Posted on January 13, 2015, in Best of 2014, News and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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