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First up is the fantastically named An Isle Ate Her and their entire discography:
If your answer is "no" you will probably hate An Isle Ate Her but I love them and so should you...given that you love technicality and insanity in musical form.
They started out as Feeding The Foxes and I remember listening to songs like Blasterbate, Wine 'em, Dine 'em, 69 'em and (my favourite) A Core and Some Seeds and being quite excited about where they were going. There is a riff in A Core and Some Seeds (which can also be found on Desiderium) specifically that always impressed me. Coming in at around 0:35 the chugg, chugg, shred nature of the part felt really fresh at the time and still gets my head bobbing to this day. From there on out the band just got crazier and better culminating in Phrenia where the technical instrumentation, intense vocals and deeply personal lyrics came together to form one of the masterpieces of the tech grind scene. When the band broke up I was pretty heartbroken but at least they left us with an album worth breaking up after. Please, An Isle Ate Her, don't pull a !T.O.O.H! and come out of your hiatus to release a career sullying album only to break up again.
Up next is an album that surprised me a couple of months ago by propelling itself firmly into the "possible album of the year" list without so much as a warning.
To finish this up let's take a trip to Japan:
If you like this album I recommend diving into their backlog, my personal favourite is Imaginary Sonicscapes but it's pretty much all worth listening to.
Listen to these albums and please, if you like them, throw a couple *insert currency* their way. Musicians need the support.