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I do reviews of the albums I own. I'm a huge fan of Industrial, Sludge, Groove, Oriental, and Fusion genres of Metal to see which combinations work to produce a unique, enjoyable sound, and which should be avoided like a Hippo relieving itself.
This being said, I'm not big on genres with little to no experimentation and variety such as Deathcore, Raw Black Metal, and Brutal Death Metal. Redundancy is a huge musical letdown for me, so if you have an album with a bunch of songs that sound the same, expect me to take issue with that.
-Clutch*, Groundscore*, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster*
-GWAR, Whitechapel, Iron Reagan, A Band of Orcs
-FM99 Lunatic Luau '14: SiNN, Sea of Souls*, Saliva*, Adelita's Way*, Kyng, Trivium, Pop Evil*, Devour the Day*, Volbeat, Killswitch Engage, Five Finger Death Punch*, Avenged Sevenfold*
-Darkest Hour, Unearth, Carnifex, Origin, I The Breather*, Black Crown Initiate
*not on Encyclopaedia Metallum
(Many of these I like, Some of these I don't, just because I've seen a band live, don't automatically assume I like them, for example I love Clutch, but i detest Five Finger Death Punch)
100-Brilliant, Definitive, Legendary Albums. Flawless or Near-Flawless with a truly impressive sound.
90's-Personal Favorites, Great Albums. Very little or nothing wrong with it and a whole lot right with it.
80's-Good Albums, Definite Keepers, Great sound with few flaws.
70's-OK leaning towards good, Not a lot wrong with it, but a little right with it. Or, a lot of good but with moderate flaws.
60's-OK, nothing really right or wrong with it, Or, strong mixed feelings, listenable.
50's-Neutral or Mixed, unimpressive.
40's-Bad, severe flaws with some positives
30's-Crappy, very strong negatives with few minor redeeming factors
20's and Below-Damnable, Severely or completely negative to the point of being painful or unlistenable