Various – Knuckletracks VII. Label: Brave Words & Bloody Knuckles – KNUCKLE VII. Series: Knuckletracks – VII. Format: CD, Compilation, Promo.
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Various - KnuckleTracks XVII mp3 download flac. Performer: Various Genre: Rock Album: KnuckleTracks XVII Released: 1999 Style: Heavy Metal.
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Bravewords magazine knuckletracks 107. LIZZY BORDEN (Artist), WOLFPACK UNLEASHED (Artist), MENA BRINNO (Artist), WILLOW WISP (Artist), HOT BUTTERED ANAL (Artist), LOITS (Artist), DIVINE HERESY (Artist), SOILWORK (Artist), HIMSA (Composer), THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER (Composer), EXODUS (Composer), PRIMAL FEAR (Composer), THE VISION BLEAK (Composer), CELESTIAL DAWN (Composer), CONFRONTATION (Composer), AFTER FOREVER (Composer), MAGISTER NIXIT (Composer), RIDE THE SKY (Composer) & 15 more Format: Audio C. seventh year of existence. Cover art plush and provocative as well.
What is less apparent is what this seventh volume is meant to represent. For a start, barely half of the bands here play anything approaching yer actual thrash metal. Acid Reign are flying the flag for the UK old school, with previously released reunion anthem Plan Of The Damned, Divine Chaos’s Ignorance Everlasting offers a contemporary take on the genre, albeit with plenty of death metal oomph and occasional proggy touches, and both Dungeon and Desolator offer a raw and chaotic strain of retro thrash that is easy to love . Akercocke’s Inner Sanctum is as perversely brilliant as diehard fans will have expected and will probably give most underground diehards sufficient reason to check Speed Kills VII out. Similarly, The King Is Blind’s Throne Of Skulls noisily encapsulates the band’s brutish, black-hearted appeal and sounds like the work of a band with the wind in their sails; Voices’ Petrograph is a triumph for eccentricity, as post-Voivod discord collides with the scabrous avant-garde; and Nine Covens’ Through Fires Of Tyranny is an unstoppable torrent of hallucinatory grimness.
|1||–Morbid Angel||Nothing Is Not||4:44|
|3||–Union||Old Man Wise||4:15|
|4||–Ace Frehley||N.Y. Groove||4:52|
|5||–Sentenced||Crumbling Down (Give Up Hope)||5:24|
|8||–Blood Duster||The Meat Song (Stiff At Mcdonald's)||1:47|
|9||–Blood Duster||Chop Chop||0:45|
|11||–Soilent Green||Sewn Mouth Secrets||5:21|
|13||–Agoraphobic Nosebleed||The Withering Of Skin||0:31|
|14||–Agoraphobic Nosebleed||The House Of Feasting||1:00|
|19||–Memento Mori||The Things You See (And The Things You Don't)||4:23|
|20||–Tribes Of Neurot & Walking Time Bombs*||Edgewood||5:24|