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Hate Crew Deathroll
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Category: Melodic Death Metal
Label: Spinefarm Records
Catalog Number: SPI 165CD
Alexi Laiho vocals, guitars|
Alexander Kuoppala guitars
Janne Warman keyboards
Henkka Blacksmith bass
Jaska Raatikainen drums
|1. ||Needled 24/7 ||4:08|
|2. ||Sixpounder ||3:24|
|3. ||Chokehold (Cocked 'N'loaded) ||4:13|
|4. ||Bodom Beach Terror ||4:35|
|5. ||Angels Don't Kill ||5:13|
|6. ||Triple Corpse Hammerblow ||4:07|
|7. ||You're Better Off Dead ||4:12|
|8. ||Lil'Bloodred Ridin'Hood ||3:24|
|9. ||Hate Crew Deathroll ||3:37|
|10. ||Silent Scream ||3:17|| ||Cover: Slayer|
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|Total Running Time:|| 40:10|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: October 8, 2013 at 19:01|
|Hate Crew Deathroll was my introduction to Children of Bodom. I had heard OF them for a couple years, but this was the first disc I actually bought. Nitro-fueled, hyperactive, thrashy metal with lightning-fast virtuoso guitars, shouty, semi-death vocals, and those keyboards the band seamlessly integrates, that are actually part of the music, rather than just creating backdrops and atmosphere. Actually, the keys are only at the forefront on a couple songs, but they're always bubbling under the surface, adding textures. This is one of my favorite COB discs, but my favorite tracks are "Needled 4/7," "Sixpounder," the band's biggest ballad (using the word very loosely) "Angels Don't Kill," and the title track.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: October 11, 2014 at 20:07|
|A good album with the sound that has characterized them...good guitar riffs and a lethal drum playing in here ...tracks 2,3,4,6,7,9 & 10 are in my book!!!.85/100
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