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Product details

  • Audio CD (26 Feb. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks
  • Label: Sanctuary
  • ASIN: B000HT3KUG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 55,564 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Oblivious Maximus
  2. It Takes No Guts
  3. Everyone Hates Everyone
  4. The Introvert
  5. The Alcoholik
  6. Fuck Your Enemy
  7. 4 Songs
  8. Messages
  9. All Of Our Lives Will Get Tired
  10. Anti Faith
  11. Ozena
  12. Drug Your Love
  13. Haunted/Hated
  14. Stupid, Stupid Man
  15. Creepy Crawl
  16. Superjoint Ritual
  17. Starvation Trip

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This album can more or less be called the penultimate nail in the coffin of Phil Anselmo's relationship with the Abbott Brothers of Pantera - second only of course to Dimebag's tragic murder - but this signalled the end of Pantera creatively as we knew it and confirmed the rumours that Anselmo wanted to do his own thing.
Superjoint Ritual also notably features the talents of Nola legend Jimmy Bower (who's pretty much involved in everything Anselmo is) and its his band EyeHateGod which perhaps this band borrows more from than any of the other members. I tend to describe Superjoint as a speeded-up, more hardcore and slightly more accessible (slightly) version of those sludge-pioneers, or Black Flag on steroids with a creepy Manson-family vibe as well.
Whilst not as focused or to the point as the excellent follow-up 'A Lethal Dose of American Hatred,' this album is rawer and has some of the filthiest guitar tones you're ever likely to hear! 'F*** Your Enemy,' 'It Takes No Guts,' 'Drug Your Love,' have some incredibly heavy Melvins-esque riffs. Almost none of these tracks have anything resembling melody, and if you need a focal point for Anselmo's vocals - try 'The Great Southern Trendkill'-era Pantera. I'm personally not much of a fan screaming vocals, but Anselmo's screams, screeches and belows are very unique and more ballsy than any Black Metal band I've heard, and they don't over stay their welcome most of the time either. Make no mistake - this is not easy listening, just pure hardcore, metal nastiness.
There are 18 tracks in total, the last 2 of which are very drum mix heavy demo versions of two tracks that would appear with different lyrics on SJR's sophomore album.
Some tracks are admittedly rather forgettable and others seem to wander off the point at times, but overall this is a fantastic, angry album that's heavier and nastier than all that's preceded them. Use Once and Keep Listening!!
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What to say or what not to say, bad-ish bits are yes the album is a bit top loaded but take nothing away from this album. This is how metal should be, it's raw and powerful. I'd go so far to say if you like the genre and you don't own/appreciate this album it would be hard to take your opinion seriously. This is a skull badgering, assault that makes you want to go a little bit ape...gran two machine guns and ride a horse through fire...nough said!
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The first few tracks are devastating! Usually around 5 tracks into I get a little tired of how extreme it is. It doesn't have the dynamics of a Pantera album. I think it would have been better as a shorter album like in the days of metal LPs. I've still given it 5 stars though as there are some awesome tracks on here.
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