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  1.  {sic}nesses


    {sic}nesses is the only live DVD I have ever seen that has fully captured what the show was like. I was there in the pit and this DVD is just the best (and only) was to relive it. The extra features of the documentary, making of, and music videos are also fantastic and help give a further insight into this band and their amazing time that was 2008-2009 which of course peaked with the Download Headline slot. The energy from both the crowd and the band is phenomenal and it is worth purchasing just to see 80,000 people get down on the ground and jump up as one - it's out of this world. Definitely one for the fans but also any fan of music. The DVD also serves as a wonderful tribute to the late Paul Gray, the bassist for Slipknot who very sadly passed away earlier this year. The fans will never forget him.

  2.  Audio Secrecy


    There's nothing secret about how talented and impressive this band are; and this album is a true document of just that. They clearly collaborated together on this one; the drumming surpasses anything done before and the writing has a much more mature feel to it. It's not as uptempo as their other material but it's all the better for it. Focus here is on writing and there's underlying themes that tie the whole thing together and it's a really great experience. Fans and those new to Stone Sour will both be surprised by it. It has something for everyone and should be recognised as the best album of the year.

  3.  Women & Children Last - Murderdolls FIRST!


    Well, they're back and better than ever!! Murderdolls have swapped songs about horror movies with some REAL subject matter that you can't help but get your teeth into. The album is very easy to, the songs are quite short and in no time at all, it's all over and time to go around again! Murderdolls definitely inject some fun back into things without being a joke. Great album.