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  • Audio CD (26 Feb. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sanctuary
  • ASIN: B00009QNSA
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  DVD Audio  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 37,335 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Drug Dealer's A Dick/Sickness
2. Waiting For The Turning Point
3. Dress Like A Target
4. The Destruction Of A Person
5. Personal Insult
6. Never To Sit Or Stand Again
7. Death Threat/Her 6th Lesson In Life
8. Permanently
9. Stealing A Page Or Two From The Armed And Radical Pagans
10. Symbol Of Nevermore
11. The Knife Rises
12. The Horror
13. Absorbed/Black Mood

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 23 July 2003
Format: Audio CD
just one track into the cd and you know that your in for a beating, this cd packs one serious punch. The brutal sickness opens the album and from their on its non stop, blow after blow or seriously heavy music. Waiting for the turning point is an updated version of starvation trip from UOAD. The Band also sound alot tighter and more focused on this cd. Anselmo's no holds bard lyrics works great with this band as it did with Pantera. This band however shouldnt be compared to Pantera,Down or Viking Crown because if they were people would only knock it for being the same old scream untill ur head falls off, id describe it as heavy,Old Skool thrash metal. The CD has so much good material its somewhat of a modern classic, tracks 1,2,3,5,8,9,11 and 12 all show why this band are one of the best and freshest around right now.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Piotr H. Nowacki on 28 Aug. 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Do not expect this to be your typical heavy metal record. It holds no aspirations for complex riffs, thunderous vocals or deep atmosphere. It has one goal and one goal only- to utterly destroy you and it does this in by either bashing your head with fast, messy and heavily distorted punk-esque riffs with hateful screaming or by crushing it with brutally slow and unimaginably heavy breakdowns.

Sometimes the titles of songs on the album can be a good indicator of what the CD sounds like and this one is a blatant example of it.

The lyrics are hateful, obscene, controversial to down right repulsive and are screamed with a voice that one cannot find in Anselmo's(the vocalist) Down or Pantera discography. My personal favorites would be 'a nail through my c*ck leaves me hanging' and 'USA is the great Satan'.

In general the sound combines heavy metal with hardcore and punk influences and it has a rough, unpolished and heavily overdriven depressive and yet highly energetic feel to it. It is definitely one of those headbanger albums and the breakdowns will have you either headbanging slower but harder or downright making horrible screw face and disgusted gurn.

The first 6 songs are all instant classics but the rest of album is just as intense. Stand-out tracks include 'Dress like a Target' , 'Waiting for the turning point' and 'Destruction of a Person'.

Not to be missed!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. T. Newell on 22 July 2003
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
you like metal, good metal, you'll love this album.
the second album from this magnificent band and certainly carrying on in true to roots metal style.
harder (come down on ya' like 10 tons of bricks) than anything else out there and this is the best, without doubt, and without doubt, you should buy it.
there's no real need to describe any particular moments on this album 'cos there all great.
does exactly what it says on the tin.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Dames on 8 Sept. 2003
Format: Audio CD
There is the definite sound of punches being pulled on this album. Riffs and playing is great [though not sure of what sounds like a Slayer medley at one stage!] no doubt, but I thought I was going to hear some direct, undiluted verbal bloodletting!
However, you read the lyrics and there it is: Phil's trademark lyric style, which, though hardcore-sounding-is a bit 'Jim Morrison' at times. A bit, shall we say, hard to decipher.
For example, 'Dress Like A Target', which I hoped was an all-out righteous attack on Nu Metal, SEEMS to be in the right spirit, but I just don't understand what the hell he's on about!!
C'mon Phil: forget the poetry-SPELL IT OUT, or it sounds a bit like you're compromising.
Damian
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Evan Zombie on 16 Aug. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Id like to start by saying i am a huge Pantera / Phil Anselmo fan. I got SJR first album "Use Once And Destroy" and adore every grinding rift and beat on the cd. It was a work of art and earned a rightful place next to Down "Nola" and Pantera "Far Beyond Driven". So when I got "Leathal.." I sat down with a couple beers and was ready what what Phil was going to throw at me.
I was not prepared. I'm not a big fan of hard thrash metal, and this is very hardcore. But that doesnt mean I dismiss it, as it took me a few listens to get into Crowbar. But I'm trying so hard to enjoy this album that its becoming difficult. Phil plays guitar on this one, and he isnt the best player in the world. Its very dark, very evil rifts. Which can be good, but there is no decent vocal line to carry it. If you enjoyed tracks like "F*ck your enemy", "It Takes No Guts", "The Alkoholik" you find any tracks on here. Except maybe "The Knife Rises" which is kinda catchy.
But the main issue is that there isnt hardly the melody in the songs that was in the first album. Phil seems to be too busy making a death metal band then to concentrate on the great style of music SJR showed on the first album. This album was written and mixed within 5 months, and maybe needed to be look at a bit more closely.
As a Pantera fan its great to hear Phil again, as I'll be old and grey before i get another Pantera or Down album. But in fairness its very week. Song structure is scrambled, Phil doesnt appear to try that hard with the local lines, the guitar lines are very 'garage band' style. Its weak in the same way Metallica's St.Anger lets you down.
But its a brutal album and im sure if you want some serious heavy music this is it. But its not a SJR album.
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