It's always easier to tell other people what to do when you make a big assumption like, "There are good albums out there!"
And why wouldn't there be? As far as I understand, the discussions or the reviews are not limited by genre, or release date.
In most metal forums and sites, people become unreceptive to good albums because if it's a popular one (such as, say, new Motorhead) they assume they basically know it already without having heard it. Might be true or not. If, on the other hand, it's an obscure one (such as, say, new Nyogthaeblisz), they assume it is being mentioned only to show off knowledge about strange bands. Might be true or not.
In contrast to these usual metal forums and sites, I usually think of ANUS especially as one that has a capacity to become excited about new, surprising music and wish it to stay that way. To promote selectively is to promote more, but the original post was a parody of "we hate everything you like", which probably is the common false impression from a superficial glance at ANUS sidebar.