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Here Comes Death ~ Speedealer
Here Comes Death ~ Speedealer
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This has guitar solo's, so the so-called "nu" generation wouldn't be happy with this purchase at all (that is said with tongue-in-cheek may I add). This little gem of a record has more in common with The Stooges and Motorhead than anything you'd like to class as a "today" band. Gritty, dirty and a rawness that only "Raw Power" by The Stooges could possibly come close too, this record's main strength is the fact its, well, interesting... what we have here is different speeds, vocal styles and hell, even different styles of drumming, from the sledgehammer assault of opener "Hit It And Run", to the drum based "CCCP (Cold War Blues)" to the fast-to-the-point-of-folly, Zeke style, 39 seconds of… Read more
Death Alley ~ Zeke
Death Alley ~ Zeke
Oh baby... you can't get any better than Zeke, in my opinion, this band are the best punk band (only second to Rancid) in the world... and with "Death Alley", their 5th album proper, they have taken in some of their 80's heavy metal roots for a longer, stronger, faster yet heavier experience. Don't get me wrong, this is still 100% punk rock at its finest, but just watch out for those unexpected and very very wonderful 80's based guitar solo's assaulting your senses. Next to the perfect "Dirty Sanchez", this is probably Zeke's finest hour and should not be missed. Go buy it NOW!!
Album Highlights:- "Crossroads", "Mountain Man", "Into The… Read more
Bitter Suites to Succubi ~ Cradle Of Filth
Bitter Suites to Succubi ~ Cradle Of Filth
I've been with Cradle Of Filth since the beginning and even though I think this CD is great like the others, the fact that the bands quest to make their sound brutal but accessible at the same is more apparent than ever. 'Midian' was a fine album, but its 'friendlier' sound made some people worry that they were turning into 'wusses' and turning their back on the more extreme measures of the black metal scene, this release doesn't help matters, the new tracks on offer, while excellent peices of work, lack the sheer brutality that Cradle are known for, the cover of Sisters Of Mercy's 'No Time To Cry' is an awesome addition to Cradle's list of covers and has much more punch than the original… Read more