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READER'S TOP 10 2013

The Avantgarde Ultra-elite Of The Past Year

Story online since:  03.01.2014 / 18:39:24
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A time-honoured tradition it has become, and as you have so painstakingly cast your votes the past month, again have we counted and shall now present which, of the amazing crop of mind-bending and genre-boggling releases of the past year, YOU, our readers, have elect as the superior! From the top...





1. ANGIZIA - Des Winters finsterer Gesell

With theatrical elegance and mesmerizing artwork, these Austrian legends danced their way to the top position with little competition, despite little to no hype at all. A solid fanbase and two decades of artistic integrity and ingenuity goes a long way; congratulations and a happy 20th birthday to Michael Engelke Haas from all of Avantgarde-Metal.com, readers and writers alike!




2. ULVER - Messe I.X - VI.X




3. CODE - Augur Nox




4. GORGUTS - Colored Sands




5. ORANSSI PAZUZU - Valonielu




6. VULTURE INDUSTRIES - The Tower




7. PRYAPISME - Hyperblast Super Collider




8. KAYO DOT - Hubardo




9. IHSAHN - Das Seelenbrechen




10. GARTH ARUM - The Dawn of a New Creation


Thus you voted. And of the 120 or so nominated albums, here are the following decade of more-or-less experimental, more-or-less metal, but all great releases:

11. Altar of Plagues - Teethed Glory And Injury
12. Peste Noire - Peste Noire
13. Pensees Nocturnes - Nom D'Une Pipe
14. Aosoth - IV: An Arrow In Heart
15. Ephel Duath - Hemmed By Light, Shaped By Darkness
16. Once Them Edens - The Year Is One
17. The Ruins Of Beverast - Blood Vaults - The Blazing Gospel Of Heinrich Kramer
18. Gris - A L'Ame Enflammee, L'Ame Constellee...
19. Castevet - Obsian
20. Beastmilk - Climax


Now let us see and hear what 2014 has in store for us...

aVoid

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