From the “For What It’s Worth” bin at the store, Metacritic’s users named Megadeth’s 2013 release Super Collider the Worst Album of the Year, coming in with a score of 38. (Metacritic is like Rotten Tomatoes for music, curating scores from “notable sources” across the web.) The Metacritic score is based on a scale of 0-100, with 0 being the worst and 100 the best. In other words, Megadeth failed miserably.
|1||Super Collider by Megadeth||UMD||38|
|2||What The… by Black Flag||SST||45|
|3||Authentic by LL Cool J||429 Records||46|
|4||In a Perfect World by Kodaline||RCA||47|
|5||I Love You by The Neighbourhood||Columbia||48|
|6||Moon Landing by James Blunt||Atlantic||49|
|7||Borrell 1 by Johnny Borrell||Universal||49|
|8||#willpower by will.i.am||Interscope||49|
|9||Hotel California by Tyga||Republic||50|
|10||What About Now by Bon Jovi||Island||50|
In related news (and from more a important poll), Metacritic proper named Deafheaven’s Sunbather the Best Album of 2013. It’s the first time in history a metal band has held the distinction.