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Drain S.T.H.

Freaks of Nature

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Category: Doom Metal

Year: 1999

Label: The Enclave

Catalog Number: 314 546 262-2

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Drain S.T.H. Freaks of Nature Album Cover

Martina Axen drums, backing vocals
Flavia Canel guitar
Anna K. bass
Maria Sjoholm vocals

Second album. This one has a lot more electronic effects than the debut, and track 3 will surprise you with a mix with hip-hop that somehow seems to work out fine.
1.  Enter My Mind  3:13
2.  Alive  3:35
3.  Simon Says  4:10
4.  I Wish...  4:40
5.  Black  4:07
6.  Crave  4:21
7.  The Bubble Song  3:28
8.  Right Through You  4:04
9.  Leech  4:14
10.  Get Inside  3:23
11.  I Will Follow  3:40
Total Running Time:  42:55

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From: goober scoop Date: February 28, 2001 at 12:18
this is not doom this fuckin love metal from som distant land ofg lesbos pleas wrestle naked

From: mojo Date: January 12, 2002 at 19:12
I agree that doom is the wrong classification but this album is awesome anyway.One of the best all female bands.

From: jason (FA - Q) Date: June 16, 2002 at 22:38
Maybe not doom, but really good stuff anyway! I saw these girls live and they are HOT! This album is the one to get out of the two. I guess that this band broke up. Thats to bad because I thought that they were getting better. One of these chicks ended up marrying Tony Iommi (Black Sabbath). I think it was the guitarist (Flavia Canel) or the singer (Maria Sjoholm). I can't remember???

From: The Fan Date: September 3, 2002 at 2:34
Great album. I can not wait to see how SuperFix sounds. (Martina Axen's new band)

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: August 24, 2013 at 20:54
Not as heavy as Horror Wrestling, and they try to make the songs catchier, with scattered samples and drum loops and other blips and bleeps, none of it really adding anything, but not really taking away much either. Still got the gloomy, almost gothic melodies and grinding riffs. "Simon Says" could really do without the dumb sampled command to "put yer hand sin the air, wave 'em around like ya just don't care," that just sounds at odds with the band's sound, but it's otherwise a decent song. Favorite tracks: "Enter My Mind," the wailing "I'm Alive," "I Wish," "Black" and "Right Through You."

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