It's time for another Awesome Playlist - it was long overdue ...
(alphabetical by artist)
Walk This Way by Aerosmith: Because it's a classic.
A Celebration for the Death of Man ... by Agalloch: Because I like to support local music.
Evolution 1 - The Bio Approach by Alchemist: Because I still haven't heard anybody like them.
In the Beginning by Amorphis: Because it takes me back.
S.S.C / Stand Or Fall by Anthrax: Because I love thrash.
Afterglow by Audrey Horne: Because I still find gems on this album.
Master of Confusion by Blood Ceremony: Because the '60s are, like, back ... man.
Inertias Cave by Cathedral: Because heavy-ass riffin' is awesome.
The Soapmakers by Clutch: Because they are simply brilliant.
Wasted Years by Damone: Because I never realized that this song had this much depth before.
Steal the Crown by Death Angel: Because old school thrash can re-invent itself.
Let Me out by Electric Mary: Because it has a great groove.
Guardian by Fates Warning: Because I appreciate musicianship.
Lost in Confusion by Graveyard: Because I feel like I am lost in the space-time continuum.
We Are Finding Who We Are by King's X: Because they keep surprising me.
Hold Me up by Live: Because it reminds me how amazing they were once.
Bridge of Death by Manowar: Because they are here to blow our speakers.
Seabeast by Mastodon: Because I need to clean my ear cavity before their new album is out.
Watch the Children Pray by Metal Church: Because they defy all expectations.
Destroyer of Worlds by Onslaught: Because Brits can do thrash too.
Would? by Opeth: Because they do covers better than anyone else.
Enchantment by Paradise Lost: Because I can't stop playing it over and over and over and over again.
Shake Your Blood by Probot: Because Lemmy is singing.
Disco 2000 by Pulp: Because it is possible to write good pop songs.
Wizard of Gore by Rigor Mortis: Because thrash can be a versatile genre ... really.
Slaughter for the Sacrifice God by Skeletonwitch: Because this band deserves to get bigger.
She's Gone by Steelheart: Because he can sing, man.
The Frost-Giant's Daughter by The Sword: Because the riff ain't dead yet.
Swiss Grid by Turing Machine: Because music sometimes speaks louder than words.
Munki by Young Heart Attack: Because I still think these guys are the best band out there.