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Ashes of the Wake
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Category: Groove Metal
Catalog Number: 517933 2
Randy Blythe vocals|
Mark Morton lead and rhythm guitar
Willie Adler lead and rhythm guitar
John Campbell bass
Chris Adler drums, percussion
Alex Skolnick second guitar solo on Ashes of the Wake
Chris Poland third guitar solo on Ashes of the Wake
|1. ||Laid to Rest ||3:50|
|2. ||Hourglass ||4:00|
|3. ||Now You've Got Something to Die For ||3:39|
|4. ||The Faded Line ||4:37|
|5. ||Omerta ||4:45|
|6. ||Blood of the Scribe ||4:22|
|7. ||One Gun ||3:59|
|8. ||Break You ||3:34|
|9. ||What I've Become ||3:27|
|10. ||Ashes of the Wake ||5:39|
|11. ||Remorse is for The Dead ||5:45 |
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|Total Running Time:|| 47:37|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: March 3, 2014 at 22:24|
|One of the bigger metal bands of the new millennium, kinda picking up where Pantera and Machine Head left off, in a way (although Machine Head themselves have since picked up where they went astray). Groove-metal with cool riffs everywhere, extremely tight playing, and a hell of a drummer. What to say about Randy Blythe? His vocals are very harsh, no clean singing anywhere, but somehow, neither death growl nor black-metal shriek nor hardcore yell. It's a weird tone, and pretty unique. The closest thing I can commpare his voice to is this weird thing I can do, kind of a whisper-bellow: all air, no vocal cords actually vibrating. A good disc, but the songs don't necessarily stand out from one another.
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