New Albums by Metal Bands (Preferably Classic) that sound awesome

#1
I am wondering what other new metal albums (prefereably by Classic Metal Bands) are sounding like the band is getting bettter and better.

I have to say Iron Maiden and Megadeth their new album(s) were FRIGGEN AMAZING I would like to know your thoughts on this topic
#3
The new Iron Maiden album is their best of their new age, behind only Powerslave IMO. Another good one is Worship Music from Anthrax. Anthrax can only be good with Joey Belladonna and they delivered possibly the best recent Big 4 release. Dream Theater's New album was their best one in decades, I think due to Mike Portnoy leaving them. It was healthy musically for both parties.

Of course these are just my recommendations from classic bands!
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#4
Sickened by Holy Host is excellent
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#5
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go to the recommendation thread.


I was going to say that but then I realized I think he just wants to talk about what oldie bands are still continuing to develop their sound after all these years and whether or not they're improving or are better left in the olden days.
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New Accept is really good.
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The new Angel Witch album was pretty good.
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#12
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It's not THAT new but it's new for them, Judas Priest - Angel of Retribution. I loved that album when I didn't expect to. Lochness pierced into my soul the first time I heard it, ridiculous lyrics and all.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkZDS_fsIBU


Seriously? Anything after Painkiller is awful.

You also might like the video below, but the vocals sound too much like power metal for me. Tim "Ripper" Owens is their vocalist and Richard Christy (ex-Death, ex-Iced Earth) from the Howard Stern show is their drummer. http://www.youtube.com/embed/PbXEUGU4ED4
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I was going to say that but then I realized I think he just wants to talk about what oldie bands are still continuing to develop their sound after all these years and whether or not they're improving or are better left in the olden days.



Yeah I just wanted to know their sound + my computer became really sketchy making it unable for me to reach recomendation forum?
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The new Iron Maiden album is their best of their new age, behind only Powerslave IMO. Another good one is Worship Music from Anthrax. Anthrax can only be good with Joey Belladonna and they delivered possibly the best recent Big 4 release. Dream Theater's New album was their best one in decades, I think due to Mike Portnoy leaving them. It was healthy musically for both parties.

Of course these are just my recommendations from classic bands!


It's like you and I have the same mind, honestly I loved Iron Maiden's new album they still had their classic touch as well as just sounding amazing. And IMO I found Dream Theaters's new album a master piece I thoroughly enjoyed every song on it, and it is now my new favourite ^.^
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Seriously? Anything after Painkiller is awful.

You also might like the video below, but the vocals sound too much like power metal for me. Tim "Ripper" Owens is their vocalist and Richard Christy (ex-Death, ex-Iced Earth) from the Howard Stern show is their drummer.

I totally agree with you that anything after Painkiller was shit... except for Angel of Retribution. I hated the album before it, and the album after it, but for some reason I just loved this whole album. People are going to castrate me for this but I would go as far as to say that it's now my favorite Priest album of all. And this is coming from a big old school Priest fan.

I stopped listening to them for a while and disregarded their new stuff for a while until I borrowed my buddies car and that was in the player.
#17
Yes, the last album by Iron Maiden was, i would call, the game remains the same. they didn't experiment with the metal and dubstep but they stayed on where they are the best - the real metal masters. that album reminds of good old days when Iron Maiden blasted like troopers)))