Favorite (Mostly Prog) Metal Albums of 2018
So, we are 18 days in January and it's time to make a post about my favorite metal albums of '18. Feel free to do the same if you want to - not just for metal, for any genre you love and tag it with #best2018albums
Judas Priest - Firepower
The return of the legendary Judas Priest to their best sound (for me). Firepower also had a tour within 2018, and they came to Greece to the Rockwave Festival which I attended. Favorite track:
Barren Earth - A Complex of Cages
One of my favorite Prog/Death metal bands and Supergroup, Barren Earth, released their "A Complex of Cages" in 2018. I was SO excited! My favorite track out of this album is "Dysphoria", but because it's not uploaded on Youtube, here is my 2nd favorite:
Riverside - Wasteland
When I found out Riverside will be releasing a new album in 2018, I was very happy. When I found out that it would be a heavier album than they did with their 2 last releases, I was even MORE happy. I love these guys and I wanted something new & heavy by them. Favorite track:
Poem - Unique
I've posted this (and I'm sure all songs from this list) in previous "Metal Weekend" posts. Poem is a great Greek prog-metal band. They played live in Thessaloniki a few days back, but I was sick and I couldn't attend the live... Favorite track:
Royal Hunt - Cast in Stone
3 years after their "Devil's Dozen" album, Royal Hunt returned with "Cast in Stone". A good album, with some catchy tunes. Here is one:
Thank you for your time! Feel free to make your own list. You can post a link to your own list in the comments and I'll come over and see what your favorites are.
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