ALARM’s Top 10 Albums of 2008

By Scott Morrow
January 26, 2009

Our list of favorites from last year includes devastating dub metal, organ-fueled psychedelic grind, a re-released classic-rock gem from nearly four decades ago, an international assemblage of punk-infused field recordings, and an Indian/surf/metal take on John Zorn’s Masada material.

By Scott Morrow January 26, 2009
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