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Item no. 436547
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Nu Metal
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Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Slipknot
Product type CD
Release date 8/22/08
CD 1
1. Execute 2. Gematria (The killing name) 3. Sulfur 4. Psychological 5. Dead memories 6. Vendetta 7. Butcher's hook 8. Gehenna 9. This cold black 10. Wherein lies continue 11. Snuff 12. All hope is gone
Michael Hertel

by Michael Hertel (18.07.2008) Rumours were flying – there was a lot of hullabaloo around this album… Some said it would be the most experimental, catchiest, most commercial output of the masked guys. That they’d add acoustical guitars and a piano, and that Corey would sing more than scream… Mere speculation, folks. The eleven tracks on the fourth Slipknot studio release are mainly: tough as nails, ultra-aggressive and extraordinarily versatile Metal. Galloping double bass drum parts, piercing riffs, endless soli. Plus, #8 lets it all out in the harsh sociocritical lyrics and gives the US with its hypocritical war, its fundamental hardliners and its ultra conservative moralisation a solid bashing. An irate reckoning in a clever wrapping: "Sulfur" dares to flirt with Speed and Thrash, "Psychosocial" is a genuine Rock anthem, "Dead memories" reminds you of "Enter sandman", "Child of burning time" is an hypnotic tribal thing, and "Butcher’s hook" sounds a bit like Henry Rollins back in the mid 90s.