Last Rites’ Facebook Albums Of The Week: July 21st – July 27th

“Album Of The Day” is a Last Rites Facebook feature we started whose purpose is quite straight-forward: highlight one album per day and say a few words about it. Understanding that not everyone chooses to participate in the booking of faces, we thought it might be nice to toss in a feature that gathers the albums in a single piece on a weekly basis.

Here are the seven albums we picked for the week of July 21st — July 27th // HAIKU EDITION

Sunday, July 21st

Black Goat – Black Goat (1997)

Underground legends!
Well, “legends” is a bit much
Just vile, raw and great

[Captain]

Monday, July 22nd

Dark Tranquillity – Skydancer (1993)

With all of the riffs
The best part of Skydancer
:
When he screams “Sanctum”

[Ryan Tysinger]

Tuesday, July 23rd

Gojira – From Mars to Sirius (2005)

Whales in space: not just
For Star Trek IV; also for
This kickass album.

[Dan Obstkrieg]

Wednesday, July 24th

Death – Individual Thought Patterns (1993)

Joining Chuck this time:
DeGeorgio, Hoglan, LaRocque
Bulletproof lineup

[Captain]

Thursday, July 25th

Colosseum – Chapter 2: Numquam

Beautiful epic
Between the creeping death strum
Melodies of life

[Ryan Tysinger]

Friday, July 26th

Gamma Ray – Empire of the Undead (2014)

Hellbent for metal
Because hellbent for disco…
Sounds really stupid

[Captain]

Saturday, July 27th

AC/DC – Highway To Hell (1979)

40th birthday
of Bon Scott’s final hurrah,
an all-time classic.

[Andrew Edmunds]

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See you next week.

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  1. I missed out on Black Goat apparently! That album rips.

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  2. The vocals and riffs on that old Dark Tranquillity are a lot different from the later stuff I was familiar with. This album sounds more like Death than later DK. Interesting to see their evolution.

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    1. Absolutely! Their first two are so chock full of that early melodic death sound before it became a “style” and are undeniable classics! I’ll always respect DT for going their own route in evolution, they never really fell into the cookie cutter trap

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