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  • Audio CD (4 Nov 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Ipecac
  • ASIN: B00EEPFNLS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 114,204 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mad Saro on 26 Nov 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The latest album from the prolific Melvins is fantastic! The line up here is a sort of approximation of their 1983 line up. Buzzo on guitar and vox, Mike Dillard - original drummer on drums and Dale Crover, usual drummer on mostly bass. It kicks off with a couple of heavy but upbeat Melvins rockers, has a couple of Melvins joke type tracks interspersed and towards the end has quite a fast punky vibe to the final few songs - i wont go through it song by song but it is a really good album.... again if you are already a fan, you'll love it , if not - well it might convert you as its quite accessible.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By grungemelvin on 19 Oct 2013
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As a hardcore melvins fan I love this album. Seems like they've once again returned to their roots. No more melvins lite, this sure is heavy stuff. Sounds like a heavier version of Stoner witch. 5/5 stars from me.
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BRINGING IT BACK TO TRES CABRONES DAYS! 3 April 2014
By wally gator - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is some crazy effin stuff from Melvins. Totally sludgy with nice hard crunch and drums. I had not purchased a Melvins album since I was 14, but I heard this and my brain started jumping out of my brain... I started frantically humping on a brick wall and the brick wall liked it! Too many killer slices to try and name all the goods, theres two or three goofy throw aways (Army Now, 99 Bottles and Tie My Pecker To A tree) and the rest of it just rips my head off. These guys sound brand new and original. Not since Tres Cabrones by the Melvins has a Melvins album sounded this much like Tres Cabrones. I do not know if there has been major improvements in the class of recording sludge rock, but this is some of the best stuff I've ever heard in camp sludge. I wanna punch my speakers, yeah!!!! A flood of noise is about to come out of my car windows and wash over my neighborhood tonight!!! I sware this is right at the top of the list.
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I Told You These Fools is Crazy!! 5 Nov 2013
By Wozwood - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
What can a person say about a good Melvins album? If you're a Melvins fan you are probably going to get this album anyway, so it doesn't matter what I say. If you have given up on the `Vins because of a stretch of weak albums here me out- Plus, WTF are you doing here if you already gave up on them?? Anyway, long-time Melvins fans have probably noticed a few dips in the road- a few "less than stellar" albums if I may just come right out and say it. You gotta love a group that has gone on a few decades never making it big, but yet influencing MANY. They intentionally never made it big. GnR got big and look at them now. Thankfully not my Melvins! You also gotta love that little kid that swings at every pitch- THAT'S the Melvins!! I guess their theory is that you have to swing in order to knock a homerun out of the park, and that's exactly what they did on Tres Cabrones!! Their catalogue was starting to go down gradually following Nude with Boots- I was beginning to forget why I was always eager for their next release, and I completely forgot what it feels like to enjoy listening to new Melvins release! If you are like me, you kind of suffered through the last few albums of theirs slowly losing hope. Listening to Freak Puke was a real chore . I would've bet everything I owned that Trevor Dunn PLUS that album title would = awesome!?! Well, we were wrong. (of course Everybody Loves Sausages was good, but it was covers, so yeah...)

Moving on, once you throw Tres Cabrones in, you will remember in the first 3 seconds how rewarding it can be to be diving into a solid new Melvins release for the first time! It mixes all the best parts of your favorite albums: take 2 scoops of Stag, add smidgen of Houdini, a pinch of The Maggot (minus the repetitiveness, of course), a twist of Stoner Witch, add just the right amount of Darkside of The Grave and dig in!! Possibly my new favorite Melvins album, and an excellent starting point for Melvins Newbies!
Yet another rock-solid slab of sludge 12 Nov 2014
By A. Stutheit - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
After thirty entire years of existence and influencing countless bands (see: Mastodon, Kylesa, and Baroness, among many others), Washington's The Melvins have clearly decided to throw caution to the wind and start having a little fun on their twenty-third (!) full-length, 2013's "Tres Cabrones." This means that yes, the band might remain primarily a sludge/stoner metal collective, thus making their primary currencies are still meaty Black Sabbath riffs and banging skins (from original Melvins skinsman Mike Dillard), the group has (this time around) augmented those two attributes with hilarious little interludes (which often evoke "40 More Reasons To Hate Us"-era AxCx), and Southern hillbilly-esque wailing vocals.

Beginning on an especially kooky but very catchy note, opening jam "Doctor Mule" lays frontman King Buzzo's trademarked, Southern-tinged, fun-loving wail against Sabbath-y hard rock riffs, rhythmically bobbing hooks, and an almost AC-DC-esque drum beat. It all makes for one lean and mean but somehow simultaneously meaty song, and one of the record's heavier cuts, even if it ends on a positively toe-tappable note with catchy handclaps. It is then followed up by the crunchy and churning "City Dump" (a more traditional piece of classic Melvins-esque sludge), and "American Cow," which is centered around a really big and ominous, feedback/reverb-drenched riff. Some light cymbal crashes and distorted, Ozzy Osbourne-inspired vocals also pepper the mix in this heavy, stoner metal song, too.

Then, following "Tie My Pee-pee To A Tree" (a hilarious little, Fantomas-like interlude), the album continues its hard rocking ways with "Dogs And Cattle Prods." It backs a steady, industrial-strength, chugging guitar line with a strong, underlying bass grumble (that comes courtesy of Mr. Bungle bassist Trevor Dunn). And the number, an up-tempo and lively hard rocker, ends with a really big, lumbering, and instinctively memorable doom metal riff before transitioning through proggy territory with a colorfully unplugged acoustic guitar-strummed section. And in the end, it all comes together and somehow manages to work in excellent effect.

For a handful of other standout tracks, check out the totally bonkers "99 Bottles Of Beer"; "In The Army Now," another hysterical, nonsensical interlude; "Walter's Lips," which plays almost like a blast of pure, straight-up, old-school punk (a la Black Flag, Motorhead, and Minor Threat). And then there is "Stick `Em Up, Witch," which closes-out the album on yet another totally weird and trippy note by being another stoner metal song with some crashing, reverberating, John Bonham-stylized drum fills and positively humorous lyricism to go along with a deranged vocal line.

If nothing else, "Tres Cabrones" proves that, even after three whole decades of existence, The Melvins are still as weird, brash, and memorable as they ever were. And even though 2010's "The Bride Screamed Murder" might remain the group's best effort to date, making "T.C." not the ideal place to start if you are new to the band, it is certainly well-done and entertaining enough to be recommended for all diehards of the sludge and stoner metal genres. Trust me when I say this, folks: it is a hoot!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Melvins never disappoint 28 Nov 2013
By Conor W. Goetz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Fantastic as usual, and the lineup change gives this album a unique sound. After 30 years, Melvins are still better than everyone ever.
Well Tie my .....To a Tree 29 April 2014
By terry cuyler - Published on Amazon.com
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I got it cause everyone said I had to buy the album or try meth be cool . Don't do drugs kids Buy The Melvins instead.
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