Sólstafir’s Aðalbjörn Tryggvason’s Top Ten albums of the decade (2010-2019)

Posted by on January 8, 2020


Whether it was celebrating the tenth anniversary of 2009’s Köld or giving a taste of Iceland, Sólstafir had a busy 2019. They’ve also spent a decent amount of time touring all over the world in support of their sixth studio effort, 2017’s Berdreyminn. And now, the Icelandic post-metal outfit will spend 2020 working on album number seven. The group has recently announced they will return to the studio next month to begin the recording process. The group’s style has been referred to as “Pink Floyd metal,” which has sparked our interest in getting to know more about their overall taste in music. Mastermind Aðalbjörn Tryggvason did just that as he shared his Top Ten albums of the decade (2010-2019).


01) Nick Cave, Push the Sky Away (2013)


02) Anathema, We’re here Because we’re here (2010)



03) Funeral Mist, Hecatomb (2018)


04) David Bowie, Blackstar (2016)


05) Ham, Svik, Harmur og Dauði (2015)


06) Judas Priest, Firepower (2018)


07) Sigur Rós, Kveikur (2013)


08) Radiohead, A moon shaped Pool (2016)


09) Beastmilk, Climax (2013)


10) Autopsy, The headless Ritual (2013)



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