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In The Arms Of God
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Category: Heavy Metal
Label: Sanctuary Records
Catalog Number: 06076-84739-2
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Pepper Keenan guitars, vocals|
Woody Weatherman guitars, vocals on Infinite War
Mike Dean bass, vocals on Infinite War
Stanton Moore drums, percussion
|1. ||Stonebreaker ||5:16|
|2. ||Paranoid Opioid ||6:30|
|3. ||It Is That Way ||5:17|
|4. ||Dirty Hands Empty Pockets/Already Gone ||4:51|
|5. ||Rise River Rise ||5:06|
|6. ||Never Turns to More ||8:15|
|7. ||Infinite War ||3:46|
|8. ||So Much Left Behind ||5:18|
|9. ||The Backslider ||6:29|
|10. ||World on Fire ||4:01|
|11. ||Crown of Thorns ||2:33|
|12. ||In the Arms of God ||7:01|
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|Total Running Time:|| 64:23|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: August 23, 2013 at 22:38|
|Well, since America's Volume Dealer didn't make COC a household name like they thought it would, they retreat to the sound of Deliverance and Wiseblood, the swinging southern-metal they helped invent in the '90's. New (session) drummer Stanton Moore goes out of his way to let us know he's a jazz guy first, and his playing is cool and inventive, and mixed in quite loud I might add. Still, though, soetimes you want to tell him to forget the frills and just groove. I remember not being all that impressed with this CD at first, but now, I can't see what's not to like. If you're into any of the last four discs, you're sure to dig this one. Best songs "Stone Breaker," "Paranoid Opioid," "It Is That Way," "Crown Of Thorns," "The Backslider" and "World On Fire."
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