Of course this list is somewhat fluid over time (/mood), but I added (30/8/13) some recent(ly discovered) masterpieces.

The Dead Weather * Sea Of Cowards (cd 2010) -not reviewed-
A Place To Bury Strangers * Worship (cd 2012)
Herz Jühning * Miasma (cd 2009)
Devil Doll * Dies Irea (cd 1996) -not reviewed-
Haus Arafna * You (cd 2010)
Prodigy * Invaders Must Die (cd 2008)
Blood Axis * Born Again (cd 2010)
Thorofon * Exkarnation (cd 2011)
Propergol * Renegade (cd 2001)
Duchess Says * In A Fung Day T! (cd 2011)
Luftwaffe * Ere I Perish (cd 2010)
Triarii * Muse In Arms (cd 2008)
Agent Side Grinder * Hardware (cd 2012)
Blood Axis * The Gospel Of Inhumanity (cd 1995)
The Moon Lay Hidden Beneath A Cloud * The Smell Of Blood But Victory (cd 1997) -not reviewed-
The Moon Lay Hidden Beneath A Cloud * Were You Of Silver, Were You Of Gold (mcd 1996) -not reviewed-
Dream Into Dust * The Lathe Of Heaven (cd 2003)
Orplid * s/t (cd 1998)
Land:Fire * Shortwave Transmission (cd 2009)
November Növelet * Magic (cd 2007)

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