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Top 11 Favourite Metal Albums Of 2004


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Should the number one album even qualify? I don’t know, it’s my list I can bend the rules when I want!

Plus my top three favourite tracks from each release. \m/

Honourable mentions:
Rammstein - Reise, Reise (Industrial)
Megadeth - The System Has Failed (Thrash/Heavy)
Cannibal Corpse - The Wretched Spawn (Death)
Otep - House Of Secrets (Nu)
My Dying Bride - Songs Of Darkness, Words Of Light (Doom/Gothic)
Finntroll - Nattfödd (Folk)
Mastodon - Leviathan (Progressive)
Within Temptation - The Silent Force (Symphonic)

Created by: blackwreath13 | 14.01.2022



1. Anthrax - The Greater Of Two Evils
2004 (Thrash) Among the Living, I Am The Law, Caught In A Mosh
2. Motörhead - Inferno
2004 (Heavy) In The Name Of Tragedy, Suicide, In The Year Of The Wolf
3. Saxon - Lionheart
2004 (NWOBHM) To Live By the Sword, Witchfinder General, English Man O' War
4. Exodus - Tempo Of The Damned
2004 (Thrash) Sealed With a Fist, War Is My Shepherd, Blacklist
5. Behemoth - Demigod
2004 (Death/Black) The Reign ov Shesmu-Hor, Towards Babylon, Slaves Shall Serve
6. Marduk - Plague Angel
2004 (Black) Deathmarch, Throne Of Rats, Seven Angels, Seven Trumpets
7. Amon Amarth - Fate Of Norns
2004 (Melodeath) The Pursuit Of Vikings, An Ancient Sign Of Coming Storm, The Beheading Of A King
8. Deathspell Omega - Si Monumentum Requires, Circumspice
2004 (Black) Blessed Are The Dead Whiche Dye In The Lorde, First Prayer, Si Monumentum Requires, Circumspice
9. Nightwish - Once
2004 (Power/Symphonic) Planet Hell, Dark Chest of Wonders, Ghost Love Score
10. Edguy - Hellfire Club
2004 (Power) Mysteria, Under The Moon, King Of Fools
11. Xasthur - To Violate The Oblivious
2004 (Black) Marked By Shadows, Screaming At Forgotten Fears, Xastur Within



Disclaimer: All top lists are unofficial and do not represent the point of view of the MS Staff.
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15.01.2022 - 04:08
F3ynman2000

No Wintersun?
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15.01.2022 - 08:24
blackwreath13

Written by F3ynman2000 on 15.01.2022 at 04:08

No Wintersun?

I’ve only heard like half of that album I figured I should probably wait until I finished it before giving a verdict.
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15.01.2022 - 08:43
doez
Hallucigenia
That's my year! And yet there's not too much stuff I care about from then. Megadeth's grand return after a few questionnable outputs is the only highlight we have in common. Other than that, Meshuggah released their best song on an awesome EP, Pig Destroyer unleashed their mugnum opus, and Quo Vadis, Le Scrawl, Mayhem and Mastodon all released some pretty cool stuff that year. Other than that, there's not much I've heard that I liked.
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15.01.2022 - 11:06
AndyMetalFreak
The Nice Guy
Wow! Cool list It seems each year gets more and more diverse.

Drudkh - Autumn Aurora is a must for me from this year though, if you haven't listened to it yet, I highly recommend you do so
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15.01.2022 - 11:35
blackwreath13

Written by doez on 15.01.2022 at 08:43

That's my year! And yet there's not too much stuff I care about from then. Megadeth's grand return after a few questionnable outputs is the only highlight we have in common. Other than that, Meshuggah released their best song on an awesome EP, Pig Destroyer unleashed their mugnum opus, and Quo Vadis, Le Scrawl, Mayhem and Mastodon all released some pretty cool stuff that year. Other than that, there's not much I've heard that I liked.

Megadeth did make the list but got nudged out at the last second, I love Mayhem but the Maniac era isn’t “my Mayhem” if that makes sense. Mastodon only got a shout out because Blood And Thunder is IMO one of the best Metal songs ever but everything else I struggle to get into as much. Cheers for the suggestions.
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15.01.2022 - 12:02
blackwreath13

Written by AndyMetalFreak on 15.01.2022 at 11:06

Wow! Cool list It seems each year gets more and more diverse.

Drudkh - Autumn Aurora is a must for me from this year though, if you haven't listened to it yet, I highly recommend you do so

Thank you, I appreciate the support.

I haven’t delved too deep into Drudkh yet but I’m planning to thoroughly explore Folk/Pagan Metal in the near future so I’m sure I will soon.
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