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Their Best Album.,
This review is from: The Great Southern Trendkill (Audio CD)
Many will disagree with those words, but there is no doubt in my mind that here the boys really managed to do the imossible. To outdo both Vulgar and Far Beyond. Old school metallers like myself remember that around this albums release, the metal climate was changing,big names like Metallica and Megadeth had gone kinda "soft" and NU-Metal was beginning to rise. Again the Texans went against what other bands were doing, and became heavier than ever.This album has a feel to it that cannot be discribed.Songs like Suicide note 1 and 2, Drag the Waters, War Nerve and their best song ever, Floods make this an astounding release.Give it a few listens, then youll understand,trust me.
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Initial post: 4 Apr 2012 19:05:16 BDT
G. Young says:
Completely agree, this was their finest moment, in my top ten metal albums of all time, dirty, heavy and dark.
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