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Musicians playlists - Musicians playlists 6

Grégoire Fray
Musician at: Thot, The Hills Mover

1. Kate Tempest - Let Them Eat Chaos
2. Oathbreaker - Rheia
3. GogoPenguin - Man Made Object
4. Norma Jean - Polar Similar
5. Damso - Batterie Faible

"Each year I build a Spotify playlist with every album I do like. I don't know why but this year, this list is not as full as the other years. Was I too lazy to discover new stuff, or did I stick to much to oldest music that I love for years? Also, I've been spending quite a lot of time writing Thot next album, and we'll enter the studio mid January, with Magnus Lindberg (Cult Of Luna) behind the desk, so I'm quite excited! Anyway, I just realised that I've been listening a lot of hiphop/rap music this year, but also a lot of traditionnal folkore music, as I sing in a polyphonic choir. That's why I would like to conclude this list with this beautiful georgian song that learnt 2 weeks ago. Happy Xmas holidays to everyone!"


Musician at: The Danse Society

1. Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon
2. Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures
3. Peter Gabriel - Birdy
5. Nine inch Nails - The Fragile
6. Adam & The Ants - Kings Of The Wild Frontier

"It's very hard to choose 5 top albums because my list could go forever. These albums still give me shivers after hundreds of listens. The power is immense. All in all, water flows under the bridges, the planets spin, humans waste time in conflicts but music is eternal."


Daniel Schweigler
Musician at: Sweet Ermengarde

1. Coil - The Ape Of Naples
"This is a list of my current top 5 and a lie, though. For weeks now I don't listen to anything else but Coil. Magical and very inspiring."
2. Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Black Earth
"Nighttime music at its best."
3. Virus - Memento Collider
"Virus and Ved Buens Ende play really strange and unique music indeed. This album feels like a lunatic rock band jamming the soundtrack to my oddest and most enigmatic dreams. Awesome!"
4. The Doors - Strange Days
"It is summer right now and what could be better than listening to some Doors records in those days?"
5. Beastmilk - Use Your Deluge
"This one and White Stains On Black Wax are eternal all-time favourites. Without a doubt Goatspeed is one of my favourite musicians and songwriters. I am a guilty fanboy. Need a bassist?"


Andy Clarke
Musician at: The Crawling

1. My Dying Bride - Turn Loose The Swans
2. Katatonia - Viva Emptiness
3. Motley Crüe - Dr Feelgood
4. Social Distortion - White Light, White Heat, White Trash
5. Slayer - Reign In Blood

"Such a difficult task! My top 5 is a combination of a an all time absolute favourite record, one that became my biggest influence as a musician, a great album that has fantastic memories attached, an emotional journey of an album, and a total metal classic that is the essence of heavy metal for me. I'm sure you can work out which is which."


Sébastien Pierre
Musician at: Enshine, Fractal Gates, Cold Insight, ex-Inborn Suffering, ex-Lethian Dreams

1. Rapture - Futile
2. Ablaze In Hatred - The Quietude Plains
3. Michael McCann - Deus Ex: Mankind Divided OST
4. Thy Serpent - Death
5. Harakiri For The Sky - III: Trauma

"I try to keep the list metal here obviously, but I'm listening to a lot of sci-fi soundtracks lately, trance, AOR and retrowave."


Cornelius Waldner
Musician at: Sagittarius

1. Necromantia - Crossing The Fiery Path
2. Emperor - In The Nightside Eclipse
3. Blood Axis - The Gospel Of Inhumanity
4. Current 93 - Sleep Has His House
5. The Velvet Underground & Nico - s/t

"Without any doubt I stumbled across many music releases that impressed me, but if I had to pick five albums that shaped me in a revelationary way and inspired me to develop as an artist, it would be these."


Silvio Oreste
Musician at: Estetica Noir

1. The Cure - Concert : The Cure Live
2. Guns N' Roses - Appetite For Destruction
3. Nine Inch Nails - The Fragile
4. Dead Can Dance - Within The Realm Of A Dying Sun
5. The 3rd And The Mortal - Painting On Glass

"Obviously, to choose only 5 albums is very difficult... but especially in my teen age, these albums gave me special emotions."


Erik Molnar
Musician at: Hyperion, Mist Of Misery

1. Bal-Sagoth - Battle Magic
"Bal-Sagoth is a superb band that I have been listening to almost every day for over half a year now. Simply stunning compositions and epic melodies. This album features their best work in my opinion."
2. Blind Guardian - Somewhere Far Beyond
"Blind Guardian have always been one of my favourite bands and are by far my favourite power metal band. Some of the songs on this album are simply magical."
3. Nordman - Nordman
"A highly acclaimed Swedish act that I have been kind of listening to on and off for many years. This album is a perfect example of how GOOD pop should be: Melodic, a touch of melancholy and catchy in a non-cheesy way."
4. Bal-Sagoth - The Power Cosmic
"I decided to put this band on the list twice, because I simply cannot get tired of listening to these guys. This album is nothing short of pure magic."
5. Vangelis - 1492 (Conquest Of Paradise)
"This unforgettable soundtrack gets better every time I listen to it, even though I have been into Vangelis's music for years. Truly, no one can create moving soundtracks that are so filled with emotion the way Vangelis does."


Jenny Kirby
Musician at: Borg Queen

1. Hans Zimmer/Elton John - The Lion King OST
2. Green Day - Insomniac
3. Social Distortion - White Light, White Heat, White Trash
4. Nine Inch Nails - The Fragile
5. The Killers - Day & Age

"These are the albums that come to mind as having the most profound impact on me over the course of my life and they're the ones that I listened to on repeat for hours at a time. The list is in chronological order."


Sam Astaroth
Musician at: Astaroth Incarnate

1. King Diamond - Abigail
2. Mayhem - De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas
3. Cradle Of Filth - Midian
4. Belphegor - Blood Magick Necromance
5. Dying Fetus - Reign Supreme

"I listen to various different genres of music. Anything and everything that catches my attention, I will give it a spin. However, as an extreme metal lyricist and vocalist, I am obligated to list the 5 artists and my favorite albums by them as my top influences in creating my own music."