Scrolling through the last two weeks of this thread, I'm now drowning in new recommendations :-D
@Thraeg, a lot of what you've posted is proving incredible so far, but I am really digging into Saor. Now very excited about the new release.
Paracletus wound up being one of my favorite albums last year. I mean, it didn't come out last year. But I first heard it then, and just fell in love. So goddamned good.
Also <3's to Primordial. I think To the Nameless Dead just barely edges out The Gathering Wilderness for me (mostly on the back of "As Rome Burns," which is easily in Top-5 All-Time-Songs for me), but I'm really good with just about anything in the last decade or so.
Recently got to see a ridiculously over-stuffed lineup at a local Soilwork concert, featuring Darkness Divided (technically competent Christian death metal who looked to me like "Baby Zao"), Wovenwar (featuring all the members of As I Lay Dying who didn't try to hire a hitman; they were kinda blah, to be honest), Battlecross (great crunchy thrash metal with ludicrously good stage presence; these guys absolutely killed it!), Unearth (who I've just never cared for, for whatever reason, but hey, 15+ year old death metal act), and, of course, Soilwork.
Saddest thing of the night was that Bjorn's wireless mic was just not up to the task and his vox were completely lost in the mix. The crowd filled in just fine, singing most everything right along with him, but given that Bjorn's one of my favorite vocalists of all time, I was absolutely crushed to not be able to hear him 90% of the time.
Anyway, to actually "recommend [you] some quality metal," I present Battlecross!
It turns out, in looking them up, that their main vocalist actually took a break mid-tour, and a guy named Adam Cody filled in for a few dates, including the one I saw. That they were that on-point and awesome live without their main vocalist is really a testament to the band and the backup dude alike. Nice!!