My bet is that you'll find those tastes to be very transient. I used to not only like, but even sometimes LOVE, Borknagar, ARE YOU TALKIN TO ME?, Arcturus(I once considered The Sham Mirrors, for a time, to be one of the best albums ever made), Blut Aus Nord, and others. Conversely, when I first encountered Asphyx's The Rack, I found it chorish due to its generic, simplistic nature, preferred Varathron to Necromantia, and completely disliked Darkthrone.
Now I adore Darkthrone all the way up to and including Total Death, find Varathron dull to listen to often, find depths of subtlety in The Rack that no other album has delivered, and consider The Sham Mirrors to be little more than the result of a bored imagination while Blut Aus Nord might as well have never existed at all. Not only that, but I see myself feeling these things for years to come, maybe for life(with the exception of Panzerfaust and Total Death, which I will probably grow less fond of over the next year or so). The way you appreciate the music will inevitably change over time, and if you are seeking the right things, you will eventually gravitate to them. Worth noting also is that I used to listen to many other genres back then; now I don't, because I feel that doing so is a waste of my time.