What is the heaviest, most brutal album in existence?

I don't want none of that slayer or old metallica crap, it's good but I just want the most brutal, mind numbing, heaviest album ever. I listen to stuff like All Shall Perish and Beneath The Massacre if that helps.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Anything by Cannibal Corpse. It all sounds like brutal noise to me.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    MyChildren MyBride

    Job For a Cowboy

    Skinless

    Whitechapel

    Emmure

    School Girl Knife Fight

    Chimaira

    After the Burial

    Goatwhore

    I Killed the Prom Queen

    Mnemic

    Mortal Treason

    The Devil Wears Prada

    Some are underground but most are brutal and when you listen its an awesome wall of sound that hits you in the face.

  • 1 decade ago

    Amon Amarth - Fate Of Norns

    Devildriver - The Fury Of Our Makers Hand

    Also You Should Check Out:

    All Tht Remains - The Fall Of Ideals

    And Haste The Days Old Stuff

    But thats Less Brutal More Melodic

  • Bro if you're looking for brutality, technicality, and mind numbing, time signature brain distortion as heavy as can be, here are two...

    1.) Dream Theater <Live at Budokon; Systematic Chaos>

    2.) James LaBrie <Elements of Persuasion>

    You love em

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  • I like Motorhead's live album. Sleep was this old stoner rock band. They put out an album that was just one really long song with one riff. Sabbath is great, but I hope you already know that.

    Scott Walker's latest album The Drift is experimental, not really metal, but it is incredibly weird and heavy. Heavier than metal really. It sounds like bodies being torn apart. Lou Reed's album "Metal Machine Music" is still one of the harshest things I've ever heard.

  • Huevo
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    Fudge Tunnel - Hate Songs in E Minor

  • 1 decade ago

    Six Feet Under - Haunted

    Himsa - Hail Horror

    Anything by Deicide

  • 1 decade ago

    i like Cradle of Filth, Dimmu Borgir, and DragonForce. not really into the crunch-crunch deep growling metal. i don't want the house to fall on me while watching the paint being peeled off of the walls from the screaming vocals that some dogs can't even hear.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Anything by Canibal Corpse, Dark Funeral, and Children of Bodom.

    MAke sure to get Hatecrew Deathroll-Children of Bodom.

  • 1 decade ago

    Brutal and mind numbing noise is what your looking for huh? well I dunno about all that black metal garbage out there but I do know this, go get Pantera "Vulgar Display of Power" if this cd does not change your outlook on metal then you just don't get it. P.S. you can thank this band for making it possible for all of todays metal, they kept metal alive when grunge threatened to kill it.

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