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5.0 out of 5 stars WOW! gr8 album
From the opening track, "Got It From Black", heavy guitar riffs mingle in with the extremely distorted voice of David K, which makes sense, as he plays guitar and sings. Each guitar riff is a weapon, as during some songs David uses it as a mace, furiously wailing on any comers, and in others, uses it to make a cut with surgical precision. Either way, Rabies...
Published on 26 Sep 2001

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2.0 out of 5 stars There is a "but"...
This would be a really good album, but the vocals come with an added sound effect that remains firmly and irritatingly in place throughout the album. There is no deviation in vocals and as a result you end up not caring how good the music might be, because you simply want the horrible vocal effects to go away.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WOW! gr8 album, 26 Sep 2001
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This review is from: Let the Soul Out & Cut the Vein (Audio CD)
From the opening track, "Got It From Black", heavy guitar riffs mingle in with the extremely distorted voice of David K, which makes sense, as he plays guitar and sings. Each guitar riff is a weapon, as during some songs David uses it as a mace, furiously wailing on any comers, and in others, uses it to make a cut with surgical precision. Either way, Rabies Caste completely disassemble popular music, twisting it in on itself and making a new hybrid which will wipe out all of the poser trash. Lyrics, as expected, are incredibly hard to decipher, but the official CD may fix that problem. "Hand Abortion" shows off the superior skinwork by Dale Rapid in a song that seems to be a mix of NIN, KMFDM, and Sepultura. It is almost the only song that I know of that uses the word "Die" (again, I'm only guessing) as 90% of the words in the song. "Hand Abortion" is the most radio friendly song on the disc, and true to its name, "Out of the Solar System" contains more spacey guitar riffs while still keeping a wicked edge. "Haemophilia" used a modification of the same guitar riff to start off the track, but goes increasingly random in the guitar and drum category as the song goes on. Screeching guitars played during "Haemophilia" are just enough to make chills go up your spine. As one gets used to David's vocals, the lyrics are easier to pick up, so one may want to keep in mind that this is like a nut-hard to crack, but the inside is very rewarding. "I'm So Tired" is the perfect song for this review, as it is 4 AM when I am writing this. The song takes about a minute for the first lyric to appear, but the riffs during the early stages of the song are downright brutal. "Andrea" is another slow starting song with black metal leanings that will make your colon shiver in fright.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars israeli sludge-core anyone?, 9 Dec 2002
This review is from: Let the Soul Out & Cut the Vein (Audio CD)
This is an amazing album from a band whose members were born in Russia and live in Israel. Theyve got a lot to rage about.
Sometimes slow, sometimes fast, always extreme.
Their vocalist has a very distinct voice, which makes the music even more interesting.
Very heavy, twisted, evil music (track titles include 'hand abortion' and 'heamophillia')
Not going to make the Top 10, but its good enough for John Peel.
Try something a bit different - sludge-core, different to your standard extreme music.
Give it time and youll love it!
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2.0 out of 5 stars There is a "but"..., 1 May 2009
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This would be a really good album, but the vocals come with an added sound effect that remains firmly and irritatingly in place throughout the album. There is no deviation in vocals and as a result you end up not caring how good the music might be, because you simply want the horrible vocal effects to go away.
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