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Worst Year Ever: All of Our 2012 Year-End Sh*t in One Place

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Although MetalSucks will continue to post on a regular schedule until December 14, we thought it would be convenient for you all to have access to the complete collection of this year’s best-of lists — from the both the staff AND the musicians who were nice enough to contribute — all in one place! So whether you’re checking these out for the first time or reliving the magic, well, we hope we made your life just a little bit easier. And if not, fuck off, it’s our website.

And now… the listmania!!!

Axl Rosenberg’s Top Fifteen Metal Albums of 2012

Vince Neilstein’s Top Fifteen Metal Albums of 2012

Anso DF’s Top Fifteen Metal Albums of 2012

Kip Wingerschmidt’s Top Fifteen Albums of 2012

Sergeant D.’s Top Fifteen Metal (and Not-Quite-Metal) Albums of 2012

Sammy O’Hagar’s Top Fifteen Metal Albums of 2012

Gary Suarez’s Top Fifteen Metal Albums of 2012

Satan Rosenbloom’s Top Fifteen Metal Albums of 2012

Grim Kim’s Top Fifteen Metal Albums of 2012

Emperor Rhombus’ Top Fifteen Metal Albums of 2012

Dave Mustein’s Top Fifteen Metal (and Not-Quite-Metal) Albums of 2012

Leyla Ford’s Top Fifteen Metal Albums of 2012

Andy O’Connor’s Top Fifteen Metal Albums of 2012

Kellhammer’s Top Fifteen Metal Albums of 2012

Shanbomb’s Top Fifteen Metal Albums of 2012

Abysmal Shawn’s Top Fifteen Metal Albums of 2012

MetalGF’s Top Eight Albums of 2012

The Best Metal Albums of 2012, As Chosen by Metal Musicians Themselves — Part I: featuring members of Dark Tranquility, God Forbid, Prong, The Atlas Moth, Diamond Plate, Millions, Sybreed, Natur, In Defence, Hemina, A Sound of Thunder, Anubis Gate, and Lance King.

The Best Metal Albums of 2012, As Chosen by Metal Musicians Themselves — Part II: featuring  members of The Black Dahlia Murder, Periphery, Old Man Gloom, Blackguard, Hooded Menace, 7 Horns 7 Eyes, Exumer, Birth A.D., Fetus Stench, and VxPxOxAxAxWxAxMxC

The Best Metal Albums of 2012, As Chosen by Metal Musicians Themselves — Part III: featuring members of Darkest Hour, Taproot, Intronaut, Aborted, Black Anvil, Author & Punisher, Abiotic, Hull, Meek is Murder, Gadget, Eye of Solitude, Laika, and Warseid

The Best Metal Albums of 2012, As Chosen by Metal Musicians Themselves — Part IV: featuring members of Cannibal Corpse, Chimaira, Kylesa, Otep, Tombs, Sister Sin, Incite, Destiny Potato, IKILLYA, Jar’d Loose, Gravehill, and Slam One Down

The Best Metal Albums of 2012, As Chosen by Metal Musicians Themselves — Part V: featuring members of Soilwork, Revocation, Abysmal Dawn, Bison B.C., Pathology, Broken Hope, Howl, Flourishing, Continents, Dehuman, and Infected Society

The Best Metal Albums of 2012, As Chosen by Metal Musicians Themselves — Part VI: featuring members of Obscura, Exhumed, Asphyx, ll Niño, Brutal Truth, Kill Devil Hill, Lazarus A.D., Graf Orlock, Stealing Axion, Hour of 13, Morgoth, Moonloop, and… Axel Rudi Pell?!?!

The Best Metal Albums of 2012, As Chosen by Metal Musicians Themselves — Part VII: featuring members of Pelican, Turisas, Shai Hulud, Wretched, 16, Pyramids, Angelus Apatrida, Ad Patres, Insain, Abstracter, Void Moon, End of September, Fisthammer, and Tear Out the Heart

The Best Metal Albums of 2012, As Chosen by Metal Musicians Themselves — Part VIII: featuring members of Today is the Day, Ringworm, Murder Construct, Hirax, Monstro, Stallone, Allegaeon, Stoneburner, Vattnet Viskar, Nepente, Call of the Void, Zombiefication, Agenda of Swine, Translation Loss Records, Kaotoxin Records, and the hosts of That Metal Show

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