Weapon, From the Devil's Tomb (Ajna). Canada's Weapon is not your typical black-metal band. Boasting immaculately crude production, a haunting musicality and even a strong undertow of meditative Eastern drone, From the Devil's Tomb is the apotheosis of leader Vetis Monarch's mastery of metal menace and spiritual mysticism. — Heller

Kanye West, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam). His beautiful dark twisted fantasy, and it's tough to decide which one of those words is the most important. It is all that and, well — appalling, breathtaking, exhilarating. Plenty of people did their best work on the album. How could you give this music anything less? Forget the tabloid stories; they'll all fade years before the music does. — Maletsky

Yoda's House, Then Eats Them (Solid Melts). Infused with an air of menace, Then Eats Them is a musically dense, playful, often direct critique of capitalism. To wit: that it has worked to bolster the good life for the few at the expense of the many. Musically falling somewhere between ambient, experimental jazz and non-Western folk, this album is hauntingly thought-provoking. — Murphy

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