Members of ABSU, BRUTAL TRUTH, SABBAT, EYEHATEGOD, OBITUARY, HIRAX, MASTER, VILE, FIREWIND and NILE, along with a number of music industry professionals, have revealed their favorite metal albums of all time for the Teeth Of The Divine web site.
A posting on the site reads as follows: "Everyone loves lists right? Well, rather than the usual blog where some Internet hack, wanna-be-journalist tries to come up with a list of 10 metal-related things or rants about retarded people and tries to make it funny, we here at TeethOfTheDivine.com thought we would try something different.
"Why not put together a list complied from the people actually responsible for bringing the music to us? We scoured our email address books, MySpace pages and little black books for various metal luminaries, including band members, record label staff, media and PR staff, producers and the guy that mops the stage after concerts to get their five favorite albums of all time."
The "highly collaborative, incredibly comprehensive, exhaustive and informative end result" can be found at this location.
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