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Top 5 WORST Albums Of 2021

While 2021 had a ton of great music released, there was also some trash. This video takes a look at the Top 5 Worst Albums Of 2021. 

Top 5 Worst Albums Of 2021

Watch the video above for the breakdown or
check out a brief description of each album below.

5.) Black Veil Brides – The Phantom Tomorrow

The Phantom Tomorrow offers nothing you haven’t heard before, and I think even the diehard fans swooning for their man in black would agree that NOTHING is worth hearing a second time, especially since every song sounds the same. You can tell they have all the pieces there to do many different things but would rather hang it up than you know…try. 

4.) Escape The Fate – Chemical Warfare

Chemical Warfare is not an enjoyable album, it’s not cathartic, if anything, it’s a group refusing to grow up. Add all the additional instruments and elements you want but the core content is still poor. This is an example of stock scene music and the band is now at the stage of pandering. Also, LINDSEY STIRLING WHAT ARE YOU DOING WITH THEM! THEY PEAKED WHILE IN HIGH SCHOOL DETENTION! 

3.) The Offspring – Let The Bad Times Roll

“The Offspring made dumb, simple music 20 years ago, why can’t they do it now?!” some of you might be saying. That music was unique at the time and was fun to listen to. Let The Bad Times Roll is a glorified college band’s attempt to sound funny and pop-punk at the same time…but it’s from musicians in their mid-late 50’s. This should album should have been delayed longer.

2.) NOFX – Single Album

Through all the controversies over the years, it turns out that what’s going to end NOFX isn’t their antics, it’s the band running out of ideas and not being able to deliver or perform the way they used to. After hearing what Single Album has to offer, I can’t help but think that this is a group desperate to still be seen as young antagonizing punks. It never once comes off as believable.  

1.) A Day To Remember – You’re Welcome

You’re Welcome proved that A Day To Remember tried to cash in on a few fads as well as phone in some anger. All of which was very transparent and proved that this is an album that should have stayed delayed even longer or completely shelved. They were chasing the trend and doing what the label wanted. The band didn’t take a swing and a miss, they swung, lost grip of the bat, and the bat him their fans sitting in the stands. I never thought I would have to put ADTR as having the worst album of the year, but here we are.

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