Wylde: "The original recording back in 1997 was mastered with high volume, alcohol, and dance. We went in and worked off the existing performances and focused on the high volume and dance while replacing the booze with viagra and anabolic steroids"
No Echo saluted the band's "feral," "nasty," "malice," filled blasts of panicked, snarled venom. Fast-paced, sadistic symphonies of thrash, dipping into moments of Nordic-friendly death metal, are the main arsenal weaponized by guitarists Pedro Carrillo a
Recorded in Philadelphia, they achieved "a thicker and heavier sound" than before. In the end, Electrified Brain will give you everything you'd want from a Municipal Waste record or heavy metal record, period.
The 10th studio album from the legendary Reverend Horton Heat. This album features classics like, "Please Don't Take The Baby To The Liquor Store," "Death Metal Guys," and "Drinkin' and Smokin' Cigarettes".
The record, a genre-bending blitzkrieg of hardcore, grind and death metal, sees the band expand upon the very elements that have propelled Full of Hell to the forefront of extreme music over the last decade.
Their fourth LP "clocking in at just over an hour, the ferocious five-piece mine the depths of their blackened souls and draw out slab after slab of one of the most hellacious sounds this side of Beelzebub’s Watain covers band. -- Kerrang!