Teeth of the Divine Staff Picks For 2019

Shit. Another year of turmoil and the world seems more divisive than ever. The good news is that metal was as strong as ever and kept us united with top notch releases from every genre and every type of band from new and unsigned to perennial heavyweights. One glance at the staff lists below show the quality and quantity of metal released, as you’d be hard pressed to find a common top album amid the bunch.

Here’s to 2020 (where the fuck are the flying cars and shit??) , and you can look forward to more reviews, and maybe even a fresh coat of paint on the site. Skol!!!!!!

by Staff

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Kevin E.

Top 10 (in no particular order):

  1. OrganectomyExistential Disconnect (Unique Leader)
  2. Hideous DivinitySimulacrum (Century Media)
  3. Misery IndexRituals of Power (Season Of Mist)
  4. CognizanceMalignant Dominion (Prosthetic)
  5. Fleshgod ApocalypseVeleno (Nuclear Blast)
  6. Cattle DecapitationDeath Atlas (Metal Blade)
  7. WhitechapelThe Valley (Metal Blade)
  8. Omophagia646965 (Unique Leader)
  9. Forged in BlackDescent of the Serpent (Fighter Records)
  10. Beheaded Only Death Can Save You (Agonia)


Best Brutal/Slam-Death Albums of the Year:

  1. Decomposition of EntrailsAbnormality (Reality Fade Records)
  2. Feeble Minded Collapsing Existence (Bizarre Leprous)
  3. Gorezone Implexaeon (Rising Nemesis)


Best EP:

  1. Relics of HumanityObscuration (Willowtip)


Most Anticipated Album of 2020:

  1. Benighted – Obscene Repressed (Season of Mist)

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  1. Commented by: Nick Taxidermy

    Man, nobody liked the new Devil Master?

  2. Commented by: M Budziszewski

    Surprised to see Planetary Clairvoyance on just a few lists. I really thought I’d be the only list without it. Same for Blood Incantation. In a way It’s nice to see.

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