Top 10 Albums of 2017

a 2017 last minute vivisection


On a short note, 2017 gave us lots of goodies and memorable releases, so before we throw it in the new year’s graveyard, I would like to perform a fast dissection (better said a vivisection) of it.

Chapter I: Death metal end of discussion: Phrenelith – Desolate Endscape

Chapter II:  Best come-back release: URN – The Burning;

And since we are talking about Kings, also to be mention:  Attic –  Sanctimonious

Chapter III: If a mental disorder would have its own mental disorder: Undergang – Misantropologi


Chapter IV: Brutal Death Metal that you may not want to mention to your therapist (also a great come-back):  Cenotaph – Perverse Dehumanized Dysfunctions 

(same chapter but with aliens)Analepsy – Atrocities from Beyond

Chapter  V: We are French and we death metal with style – deal with it: Necroblood – Collapse of the Human Race

Chapter VI: The horror, the death: Spectral Voice – Eroded Corridors of Unbeing

Chapter VII: Black metal and witchcraft: Malokarpatan – Nordkarpatenland

Chapter VIII: Raw black metal as raw as one could get: Sortilegia – Sulphurous Temple

Putting our scalpels aside,  there are many more albums worth to mention. As a personal note, 2017 was a great year from this point of view, but now, choose your favorite pathology and let’s get prepared for the year that is about to come.

Cheers to all!

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