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Item no. 438123
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Metalcore
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Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Austrian Death Machine
Product type CD
Release date 7/25/08
Once upon a time...when Tim Lambesi caused positive headlines in the music field: in those days, he founded a band called Austrian Death Machine, created a debut album called "Total Brutal" and decorated its cover with Arnold Schwarzenegger as Terminator. A tribute to the Austrian featuring perfect Trash rhythms. It's still worth it!
CD 1
1. Hello California 2. Get To The Choppa 3. Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers 4. All Of The Songs Sound The Same 5. I Am A Cybernetic Organism, Living Tissue Over (Metal) Endos 6. Come With Me If You Want To Live 7. What It's Like To Be A Singer At Band Practice 8. Who Is Your Daddy, And What Does He Do? 9. You Have Just Been Erased 10. Broo-Tall Song Idea 11. Here Is Subzero, Now Plain Zero 12. So Far, So Good, So Let's Talkabout It 13. Screw You (Benny) 14. Why? 15. If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It 16. It's Not A Tumor 17. Not So Hidden Track
Björn Thorsten Jaschinski

by Björn Thorsten Jaschinski (10.07.2008) Which historical personality could be on the cover of this album (the band name... The title...) Naah, old legendary illustrator Ed Repka (who, among others, has worked for Megadeth, Evildead, Toxik...) didn't "portray" Hitler, but "only" muscle macho Arnold Schwarzenegger. The motif, reminding you faintly of the "Peace sells...." colours, adds zest to this side project of Tim Lambesis (As I lay Dying's front man). Mr. L. rants about the songs in the obligatory "radio play" intros: why do they all sound alike? Because they're all totally brutal... Well, the similarities don't go too far, and in "I am a cybernetic organism,...", for instance, there is some melodious singing in the chorus. Pubertal metalcore screams are a no-no here, although, similar to Municipal Waste, old school thrash and hefty hardcore are part of the recipe. Imagine Carnivore fuck The Spudmonsters - and the latter giving birth to this hell of a baby... We have a Chris Barnes parody, a duet of Ahhhnold with the real Predator and numerous guest soli of well-known household names... That's how I like my thrash!