• the top 40 rekkids of 2012 (I'm so late)

    31 Jan 2013, 03:31 by KMFCM

    The top 40 rekkids of 2012 (the worst fucking year ever)
    I told you this year would suck.
    I told you everyone would be hoping the world would in fact end.
    It didn’t though (but My Bloody Valentine might still bring about the end of the world next year, ha ha ha)
    ….not only that, very few bands really delivered albums that captured the general feeling of wanting the world to end this year. You’ll see which. I’m a little surprised I ended up having more than 40 albums to put together. You had quite a few huge disappointments. . . . .you also had a couple of bands suddenly deciding to really try this year.
    Here they are. . .




    Here goes the list
    40. Noisear – Turbulent Resrgence
    It getting on this list has nothing to do with whether or not they ended the album with a long ass noise track or not. It's just that good.

    39. Malignancy – Eugenics
    it's rare that a tech death band can write shit so creazy, and still not just be an in-one-ear-out-the-other band. It sticks.

  • finally, the fucking top 40 of 2011. .

    14 Jan 2012, 03:09 by KMFCM

    the best rekkids of 2011
    2001 fucking blew ass. While many mellowed out, I felt more and more like DESTROYING EVERYTHING. . .and my choices this year reflect that. It was a disappointing year in many many many ways. . . .but musically, we made out okay I think (even with the sheer amount of disappointing music there was from unexpected sources).

    This took really fucking long, because my computer kept taking a shit. . . .so. . . . I'm just posting it now so I can get to the new years releases. .. not that I've heard any of them yet.

    40. Ringo Deathstarr - Colour Trip
    bloody valentines, mary chains and 80s Al B Sure break beats (no, seriously, listen to the last track). . .it's all here.


    39. Ulcerate - Destroyers of All
    the "i see what you did there" album of the year. It's not the kind of thing I ever thought I'd hear, and it's kind of still sinking in even now.

    38. Elitist - Fear in a Handful of Dust
    Season of Mist had a pretty high profile release this year…