Tuesday, 14 March 2017

TOP 16 ALBUMS: The Sour 16 for February 2017


Let it be known fellow Sludgelordians, “The Sour 16” returns.  The Sludgelord presents the very best riff based music to pour scorn on this desolate day and strike upon us the might of the riff, to inject our veins with sin and guide us on journey of subservice to doom, an act that goes against the very laws and teachings of populist culture, and for those that wish to come with us on our quest, kneel with me as we embrace the thunderous din that is, “The Sour 16”.

You know the drill by now, each month, you the reader are unwittingly compiling a list of the top 16 records of the month, covering all genres of metal.  Is it not a chart, in which reviewers or contributors extol their opinion about their favourite music.  To put it simply, “The Sour 16” are the records that have been trending the most at Sludgelord Headquarters.

The results are compiled based on page views alone and calibrated into the list below.  All reviews can be viewed by clicking the artwork and we have included album streams wherever possible. (Total views since their publication are highlighted in red)

16). Morta Skuld - "Wounds Deeper Than Time" (579)


15). Crystal Fairy - "Crystal Fairy" (629)


14). Woe - “Hope Attrition” (660)


13). Weltesser - "Crestfallen" (711)


12). Grey Widow - "II" (720)


11). Dread Sovereign - "For Doom The Bell Tolls" (739)


10). Brutus - "Burst" (820)
9). Wiegedood - “De Doden Hebben Het Goed II” (924)


8). Psychedelic Witchcraft – “Magick Rites and Spells" (979)

  
7). Darkest Hour - “Godless Prophets & the Migrant Flora” (1011)


6). Death Alley - "Live At Roadburn" (1023)


5). Cult of Occult / Grim Van Doom - "Split" (1096)


4). Sleep - "The Clarity" (EP) (1437)


3). DOOL - "Here Now, There Then" (1439)


2). Unearthly Trance - "Stalking the Ghost" (1526)


1). Widows - "Oh Deer God" (1705)


A big thank you as always to our amazing writers, your dedication knows no boundaries and for that I am truly grateful. February’s  “Sour 16” features reviews by:  Victor Van Ommen, Ben Fitts, Theron Moore, Brandon Green, Charlie Butler, Chris Bull, Jake Wallace, Conor O’Dea & Grim Trashcan

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