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Best Albums of 2020…So Far

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2020 has definitely been a strange one that’s for sure. Thankfully, through all the craziness and madness, there have been a few bright spots as far as new music goes. At least we have that during all this. And with all the time we’ve had, it’s been nice to be able to delve into band catalogs as well as discover some really good new bands and albums. So, here is a nice list (with links to the albums) for you to check out. These are the Best Albums of 2020…So Far (in no particular order by the way).

Run The Jewels- Run The Jewels IV:

 

Trivium- What The Dead Men Say:

O’Brother- You and I:

Umbra Vitae- Shadow Of Life:

 
Molitoth- The Tribunal:

Old Lung- Old Lung EP:

 
Ozorn- Your Killer:

 

Mrs. Piss- Mrs. Piss:

Old Man Gloom- Seminar VIII- Light Of Meaning:

Old Man Gloom- Seminar IX- Darkness Of Being:

Elder- Omens:

Sparta- Trust The River:

End- Splinters From An Ever-Changing Face:

Killswitch Engage- Atonement II:

Horseneck- Fever Dream:

Loathe- I Let It In And It Took Everything:

Lamb Of God- Lamb Of God:

Nine Inch Nails- Ghosts V- Together:

Nine Inch Nails- Ghosts VI- Darkness:

Band Of The Week: Old Lung

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One of my favorite sub-genres over the last decade has got to be the post-hardcore genre. There is something about the ferociousness and tenacity within the music and vocals that just hits right. And when you find the right band in that realm, it all sounds like it should. There is a new band I recently came across that has really peaked my interest. Hailing from California and New York, Old Lung, is bringing a viciousness to the genre with a direct impact. Their debut song “Wounds” is straight up in your face and grabbing. Their debut EP will be out later this year via Stay Sick Recordings. Old Lung is definitely a band you should be on the look out for.

 

Old Lung- Wounds: