12:37 - Ilham Hey Mahdi, I listened to that link, the one you wanted a genre assessment on, to me it's super heavy deathcore with more core than death, with a few bdm moments. They released an album in 2013, I'm putting it in my queue, thanks!
12:34 - Mary N. sorry Fotis but your list doesn't interest me much, thank you Hex,checking out right away, genre is not really that important to me.
12:21 - Hex_Omega Part2: [link] [link] [link] + some cool albums which are already on MS, don't wanna spam too much^^
12:19 - Hex_Omega Some cool albums released in 2014 which are still not on MS (part 1): [link] [link] [link]
12:01 - Hex_Omega Mary tell me which genre and I will find you an interesting album.
12:00 - FotisKanios check my list if you like then and behold the mysteries of 2014 upon your feet : [[link]
11:48 - Mary N. and didn't hear so many impressive albums in 2014, so I'm afraid the MS award wouldn't be that interesting for me this year.
This band's profile is 'invisible', meaning that it's much less prominent on the site - either because it's incomplete, or maybe doesn't entirely fit MS format.
Nowadays there are 2 bands called L.A. Guns. In 2006 Tracii Guns decided to form a solo band - The Tracii Guns Band. He soon began billing it as L.A. Guns, adding Nickey "Beat" Alexander and Paul Black from the band's earliest incarnations to the lineup. This group has released albums under the name "Paul Black's L.A. Guns". At the same time, Phil Lewis' L.A. Guns continued.