THE TEN MOST INFECTIOUS EXTREME METAL SONGS OF 2009 (It’s a wrap . . . sort of)
This past weekend we finished dribbling out our list of the Ten Most Infectious Extreme Metal Songs of 2010. Here’s the final line-up:
1. Asphyx: Scorbutics
2. Mastodon: Crack the Skye
3. Amorphis: Silver Bride
4. Goatwhore: Apocalyptic Havoc
5. August Burns Red: Meridian
6. Pelican: Ephemeral
7. Scale the Summit: Age of the Tide
8. Daath: Wilting On the Vine
9. Molotov Solution: The Harbinger
10. Revocation: Dismantling the Dictator
Yes, the list is finished — and for your listening pleasure, we’ve added a playlist of the listed songs to our MySpace page — with one slight alteration: we couldn’t find Scale the Summit‘s “Age of the Tide” on MySpace, so our playlist includes another of our favorites tracks off Carving Desert Canyons.
Even though we finished the list, your NCS Co-Authors had some infectious favorites that didn’t survive our final negotiations — but they just missed by a nose. So we’re going to roll those out later this week. It’s the next best thing to just reneging on our commitment to make this a list of the Top Ten and instead renaming it the Top Fourteen.
I’ve been going through the older most infectious lists and seeing as I can’t work my day job now thanks to n-cov2019, I made a spotify list for the shortest one lol. If my freelance work allows me, I might do some more.
Thank you! I hope you can get back to paying work soon… but this is very nice of you.
Ah, thanks! Things are stabilising, I hope. All schools are closed on government precautionary mandate (a good thing). I just see it as an extra long winter break