Warning is come upon your heels – feel your dreams slip away.
I don’t know where I’m going, but I sure know where I’ve been.
You see right through me – I got the feeling of love.
The Rage is relentless, in three parts.
Heavy metal is bestowed upon We Mere Mortals. And it is good.
A genuinely unique, truly eclectic (oddball?), moving, memorable, alternative (nu?) metal rollercoaster.
The supergroup comprised of Rage Against the Machine (minus Zach de la Rocha) and Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell finds their cohesive sound.
Not including it would be akin to, say… breaking the law, for example?
An undeniable hurricane of thrashy, trashy, dirty, funky metal that gets under your skin like very few albums can.
Shot out of a canon, hard funked up metal and other party-influenced sounds. And that’s for starters.
A lesser work of one of great hard rock bands still easily makes this here list.
The definition of heavy metal.
Definitely not for everyone, but this wildly and weirdly experimental rock album has dizzying and genre transmorphing moments that are tremendously exciting.
Tight-as-a-drum, chugging, thunderous, and gloriously aggressive metal.