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Rampton

4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (22 April 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rise Above
  • ASIN: B000063JUH
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 267,843 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. He Who Accepts All That Is Offered (FEEL BAD BIT OF THE WINTER) - Teeth Of Lions Rule The Divine
  2. New Pants + S**t - Teeth Of Lions Rule The Divine
  3. The Smiler - Teeth Of Lions Rule The Divine

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Format: Audio CD
This is incredibly slow music and will not necessarily appeal to many fans of hard rock and heavy metal. Featuring an allstar doom line up of members of Iron Monkey, Sunn 0))), Cathedral and Kahante this album durges and drags like a heavy anchor. The riffs on this album are VERY slow (funeral doom style in parts), perhaps more influence coming from Sunn 0))) than anywhere else. Lees vocals seem to fit perfectly over the top, in fact its one of my favourite recorded performances by him. This album almost reminds me of sleeps 'jerusalem' album in its long winded dirgey riffs, and playing time, a must for people into the incredibly slow, others tread cautiously as this release is not for everyone.
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I've had this 3 or 4 years now, maybe listen 2 or 3 times a year. It was the first time I'd heard anything of this genre & it does take a while - quite a while - to get into it, nor does it suit every mood. But it does definitely grow on me - if you're into doom / drone doom, well recommended.
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If you like the drone of Sunn O))) and Khanate, but also like a bit of more traditional doom, then this is for you.
The collective talents of Stephen O'Malley, Greg Anderson, Lee Dorrian and Justin Greaves is down-tuned heaven.
Slightly more tuneful(!) than the 2 bands I previously mentioned, which isn't a bad thing, and a cover of "New Pants & Shirt" originally by Killdozer (another great band!)
Will they ever do another album? Fingers, toes, legs, arms and eyes crossed!
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x99054ce4) out of 5 stars 6 reviews
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HASH(0x9c2099b4) out of 5 stars Doom 'Supergroup' Rock out 14 Jun. 2002
By Earthrod - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Featuring Lee Dorrian (Cathedral,Napalm Death), Justin Greaves (Iron Monkey), Greg Anderson (SUNN 0))), Goatsnake), and Stephen O'Malley (Khanate, SUNN 0))), Burning Witch). High calibre Doom Rock of the finest pedigree. Opening track 'He Who accepts all that is offered (Feel bad hit of the winter)', is 29:25mins of prime Doom. The first 6:30mins is a fantastic series of drum patterns set over quite subtle droning feedback. When it finally kicks I guarantee you can clear any party. Repetitive, monotonous, (in a good way - you know what I mean Doom fans), with Lee Dorrians tortured vocal delivery (an aquired taste for some, but I love Cathedral). Fantastically heavy, incredibly slow and damn fine. Track 2 is a cover of a Killdozer song (New pants and shirt) and only weighs in at a paltry 7:01mins. Slow as hell, odd effect on the vocals (as with all tracks). Not my favourite tune but pretty good. Then onto 'The smiler' album closer at 17:53mins (that's more like it). Great crawling, nasty riff. Sinister stuff. Dorrians vocals sound like a man on the edge of a nasty breakdown and the drumming is nice and minimal. Overall it's a mix between SUNN 0))), Khanate, Electric Wizard and your worst nightmares. Doom on brothers and sisters.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c209a08) out of 5 stars Now, this is the HEAVIEST album ever made!!!!!!!!!! 7 Feb. 2008
By J. H. Infante - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Teeth of Lions Rule the Divine which name were taken from Earths album "2 special low frequency version" is a sideproject that consists of Sir(he deserves the tittle ok?)Lee Dorrian from Cathedral on vocals, Stephen O'Malley from Sunn O)))on guitars, Greg Anderson from Goatsnake on bass, and Justin Greaves from Iron Monkey on drums,Rampton is so far their only 3 tracks album and what an overwhelming debut this is!!!!! I couldnt believe this were possible, feasible, achievable, I dont know!!! this is the heaviest recording I have heard yeah!!! forget about the Napalm speed, the contundence of Brutal Truth, wich were untill now the most extreme bands from my point of view. From my listening experience this Drone-Doom metal combitation its not easy to asimilate from the first hearing, although in my case I found it hugely fascinating from the large intro for "he who accept all that is offered" a sloooooow drum solo combined with bass and guitar noisy feedback that gives you the sensation that a big thing is about to happen and in fact after aprox 9 minutes intro Dorrian vocals disturbs along with all the sonic chaos in a new Drone-Doom "harmony" here vocals sound very simmilar to Cathedral, after 29 minutes the first cut ends the same way that begun with a long distortion that leaves you the sensation that the world is ending and the final day has come, then the chaos fades away and "new pants& shirt" suddenly begins and now Dorrian voice sounds monstruous and the environmemt turns even more dense with the ferocious and slow strings and drums attack , this storm last only 7 mins and the album closes with "The smiler" the final 17 mins devastation that Rampton offers, bass sounds turns here almost impossible to stand even for the most experienced Doom listener (like myself) and that is sooooo coooool!!!!!!. I ignore if Lee Dorrian will ever put together this awesome musicians again for a second release because that would be definitelly very nice but if not maybe is for the best, with another album im afraid I will need a hearing device.

Get Rampton you havent really experienced Heavy untill you get this one!!!!

HM
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c209e40) out of 5 stars A gift for the damned 20 Jun. 2005
By harsh70sreality - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Ben's review said it all, and probably better than I could. I just want to add that I really disliked this CD the first time I listened to it, but gave it a few more tries and it eventually grew on me. A lot of people are quick to dismiss music like this without giving it a fair shot, so be patient if this doesn't grab your head and smash it into the sidewalk quickly enough. There's a lot going on here that can't be digested in one listen.

The end effect is less a sum of the members' parts than you might expect (and certainly not the Earth-meets-Whitehouse sound that I secretly dreamt it would be from the band and album titles). I hear a bit of Melvins influence in here, maybe with half the weirdness and twice the evil. Anyway, expectations run high when names like these get together, but don't write it off too quickly if it's not what you thought it'd be. As doom metal goes, this record is definitely off on its own scary little planet.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c20a228) out of 5 stars Headphones on. Eyes closed. 24 Mar. 2013
By Dave K. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Teeth Of Lions Rule The Divine. Eight word summary: Heavy Doom Spirit-Crushing Soul-Shivering Dirge Metal. What more do you need to know?!?!
HASH(0x9c20a30c) out of 5 stars Left a beatiful hole. 2 Sept. 2012
By Double Doom - Published on Amazon.com
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Slow, soothing pain to calmly wake you from complaisant dreams. Makes it easy for push-ups or intercourse, if the conscious fever doesn't break your concentration.
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