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Probot - Probot (Southern Lord / Roswell Records, SUNN30) - EAN: 808720003024 - Probot was a heavy metal side project of ex-Nirvana drummer and Foo Fighters lead guitarist and lead-singer Dave Grohl. Described by Grohl as "a death metal Supernatural", the album mixes instrumentals recorded by Grohl himself with various metal singers which the musician idolized. The album was released in February 2004 by Southern Lord Records and featured one single entitled "Centuries Of Sin" / "The Emerald Law".
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I think the most immediately apparent thing about this record is how genuine it all feels. The songs are crafted to pay tribe and not to satirise the featured artists. Although I couldn't possibly name standout tracks amongst such gems 'Shake Your Blood' with Lemmy really feels like classic era Motorhead pumped full steroids and the totally immense 'Centuries of Sin' featuring Chronos takes some vaguely Venomesque dynamics and channels them straight into an adrenaline soaked, straight ahead riff-fest. I could go on all day like this but, certainly I couldn't stop writing with mentioned that 'Ice Cold Man' with Lee Dorian is utterly excellent and a fitting counterpoint to his work with Cathedral.
The production on Probot is not so much super-modern and flawless and dirty, loud and evocative of the eras to which they pay tribute (see Red War with Max Cavelera). Finally, rather than using his no-doubt considerable swing to have Probot relased on some high profile major label Dave has done much to enhance his already astronomical credibility by releasing it on the indy label Southern Lord (and the CD comes with the labels current catalogue).
Heres to you Boyo!
All the tracks have something to offer and have introduced me to some bands that I heard of but never sampled such as Trouble and
The Obsessed whose back catalogues I will be checking out. In this world of nu metal and lite metal this album is something to savour and proves that the originals are still the best. That in itself justifies the buying of this record. Dave Grohl take a bow.
Is this man the luckiest man in the world?
Yes, yes I think he is.
Everyone with a modicum of music knowledge knew this was Grohl playing drums on some seriously heavy metal. Not just '80s metal, as one reviewer seems to think, but black and doom stuff. Just look at the vocalists. Cronos (Venom, black metal), Lee Dorrian (Cathedral, doom metal), Wino (St Vitus, doom metal) and so on. The only "'80s metal" singer there is King Diamond. And Lemmy, as we all know, is a genre unto himself.
Now, whether or not you like this album is going to come down to one thing (or 11). Whether or not you like the singers. The fact that Grohl's on it doesn't matter in the slightest. It could be any half-decent drummer. It really doesn't matter. The different voices are what will make, or break this album for you. If you don't like the voices, you won't like the album, it's as simple as that. Of course, if you don't like extreme metal and are buying it just because you're a Grohl fan then you're not much of a well informed Grohl fan, because you're not going to like this one bit.
Personally, I'm a big fan of Dorrian, Lemmy, Cronos, Mike Dean and Wino. I don't like Max Cavalera for the most part, or King Diamond, and the others I was hithtofor unfamiliar with. So it's a 50/50 album for me, going in. Coming out, it's better than that. The other singers proved to be pretty good.
Still don't like Cavalera though. His brother got all the talent there.
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Dave Grhols Heavy Metal love child with a great mix of vocalists...Published 19 months ago by Goadie
Fast delivery. Good condition. Great artists! Excellent value for money.Published 24 months ago by Higgy Bozon
Its a pity DG couldn't get all the people he apparently wanted for this album so I think he should definitely do a second Probot album. Some great tracks.Published on 14 Aug. 2013 by Ghostboy
Excellent. Heavy but great musical 'weaving'.
Lemmy vocals awesome as ever on track3. 5,6 and 7 briiliant also. Read more
Another piece of the art from Dave Grohl and friends. Energic and Powerful sound track, feat Lemmy, Max Cavalera, King Diamond, and many more.
Are you a real Dave Grohl fan? Then you are used to have this. It's far from Foo Fighters, Nirvana and Queens of the Stone Age, but Dave Grohl serves great metal tracks for you,... Read morePublished on 1 Aug. 2011 by Raw