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  • Audio CD (2 Oct. 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Revelation
  • ASIN: B00004WK02
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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Drowningman - Rock And Roll Killing Machine - Cd

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If you think that all hardcore sounds the same (which it doesn't) then you should try this album out. It is heavy, abrasive, uncompromising and unconventional. There are the occasional hints of melody buried within this madness, but the overall atmosphere is very dark and depressive (just check out the song titles) and this will put many off. This album takes quite a lot of perseverance, but if you are willing to give it time you will discover an excellent left-field hardcore album perfectly suited to a hate filled world.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Not for you Britney fans.. 9 Jun. 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I can't believe how much I have come to like this album. If you are a fan of any type of hard music you would be foolish not to give this a try. Most of the predictable music cluttering up the hard music scene of today (MTV and underground) can't compare to this. Whether you're from the Staind and Korn or the 18 Visions and Walls of Jericho side of the fence you will find this a refreshing change. Simon Brody is one of the best vocalists in hard music today, foregoing vomit growls or castrato screaming cliches, he double tracks his vocals and pummels you into oblivion with a voice that is truly unique. Each of the two guitar players is panned to a side and this allows you to hear what each of them is doing. You won't hear any tired metal or hardcore sounds here. The guitarists make songs that sound like purely deconstructed remnants of traditional music theory. They forego the super low tunings, octaves, one fingered power chords and speed picking on every note for jazzy sounding chords and arpeggios saturated with fuzzy distortion. While most hard bands have two guitarists playing the same parts, these guys never play the same thing at any one time, but instead play parts that are complimentary in a way I've never heard used in music this loud or intense. Shove aside all that weak "metal" you're listening to nowadays and pick this up. I don't even like hard music that much and this is still one of my favorite albums. Just proves that a hard band can have some melody and still be angry in the process. Melody and talent don't always mean "wussy."
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4.0 out of 5 stars Killer, indeed 31 Dec. 2003
By Wheelchair Assassin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
In an age when the music world is beset by legions of lame nu-metal bands pretending to be heavy and angry, Drowningman are the real thing. Oh, and they have lots of talent too, an area in which nu-metal bands are notoriously deficient. "Rock and Roll Killing Machine" is a harsh, abrasive juggernaut of an album, filled with the fits of rage and zany rhythms that are the hallmark of the noisecore genre. With noisy guitars veering in a new direction every five seconds or so and drumming that follows no discernible pattern, Drowningman churn out one unsettling and unpredictable song after another on this compact, efficient album. Leading the charge is madman vocalist Simon Brody, who can make your ears bleed with the expected throat-ripping screams and even throw a curveball with some occasional clean vocals, enabling the band to explore a greater musical and emotional range than the typical noise outfit. The title track and "Code Breaking Hearts" are classics of the highest order, starting out with unbridled speed and aggression before adroitly mixing in some melodic passages until you give up trying to figure out what's coming and just enjoy the ride. Other songs aren't quite as good, but this album always provides an interesting listen. Highly recommended.
3.0 out of 5 stars great song titles, slightly less great album. 3.5 14 July 2003
By Alex - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I'm really torn with how I feel about drowningman. I know they're capable of making some realy good songs. when peope become numbers is evidence enough of that, with it's chaotic structure, almost bordering on mathcore from time to time, and some nice screaming. Sometimes, however, it seems like drowningman is trying to make their songs all sound alike.
The vocals use the trick of screaming, complimented by clean, melodic vocals. it's an old trick. the problem here is there isn't much veriety in the clean vocals. it's a sort of eery croon, sounding half spoken at times, often giving one the impression that they've heard that tune before. and then you realise you have. on the last track. I'm sure many people will disagree with this, but just listen to the way he ends every sentance. it's a certain emphasis he puts on the last word every time, and it drives me crazy. the songs could be more diverse, more interesting, better. at least for me.
This is a small issue, but some of the track titles are truly genius. most notably tracks 2 and 8. the lyrics, I found to be dissapointing,I'm afraid. though wonderfully angry, they are often too emo for my tastes, and sometimes too cliche. this is just opinion though.
many people will love this album, and many people should. I'm just not one of them.
4.0 out of 5 stars Cool post-hardcore 20 Dec. 2000
By robjphat@yahoo.com - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you think that all hardcore sounds the same (which it doesn't) then you should try this album out. It is heavy, abrasive, uncompromising and unconventional. There are the occasional hints of melody buried within this madness, but the overall atmosphere is very dark and depressive (just check out the song titles) and this will put many off. This album takes quite a lot of perseverance, but if you are willing to give it time you will discover an excellent left-field hardcore album perfectly suited to a hate filled world.
5.0 out of 5 stars a great album 22 May 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
One of the best hardcore albums I have heard. This blend of insanity and melody is an amazing thing to listen to, if you can withstand the changing ferocity of each song. The titles and lyrics are great, while the music itself is outstanding. Not for the weak-hearted, for this album can be just as musically deadly as it can be passionate. A once in a lifetime album, folks. Any fan of metal-core, noise-core, or all out hard-core should agree.
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