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||Date: January 12, 2007 at 13:04|
|This is Fucking Insanity, these guys, this cd right here, is the heavyiest, most brain swelling, mosh pit instigating, brutal cd, if this had been exposed, pantera would have had some competition, everything about these guys, is original, the guitarist has his own unique sound, the rythem section is tight and different, and Tony has the most distinct growl in the business, even more noticable then Phil! do yourself a favor, if you are into good 90's style heavy pounding metal, don't let this
||Date: January 12, 2007 at 13:05|
|pass you by, you'll be sorry!! Im not lying, this is a masterpiece, a classic, and im not just saying that.
||Date: January 20, 2013 at 3:13|
|These guys really are one of the heaviest bands to come out of the early 90's, pounding, growling, I was so into this shit when I was in high school, there wasn't a very large audience surrounding the heavy shit, Pantera was just breaking way, Machinehead, Pro-Pain, Stuck Mojo, ya know, heavy bands, but there was a band out of Sweden, with a singer who's scream could go head to head with Phil Anslemo,and maybe win, Tony Jelencovich is a multi talented, and highly hostile front man, who brings these guys right up into the forefront of that heavy shit, sadly Pavement knew how to find the band, but couldn't promote them worth a dick, the axe man here, he is about as unique and different as you get, he has such a standout sound, I really don't believe this band hasn't ever been recognized, people, just listen to this disc,Seeking has one of the most ultimate, and mosh pit themed guitar riffs, EVER!! dont believe me? check it out yourself, I wouldn't lie about metal.
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