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Dopethrone


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Aug. 6 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: The Music Cartel
  • ASIN: B000055ZDT
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #255,564 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Vinum Sabbathi
2. Funeralopolis
3. Weird Tales: Electric Frost/Golgotha/Altar Of Melektaus
4. Barbarian
5. I, The Witchfinder
6. The Hills Have Eyes
7. We Hate You
8. Dopethrone

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Japanese version featuring a bonus track: 'Mind Transferral'. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Format: Audio CD
"When you get into one of these groups, there's only a couple of
ways you can get out. One, is death; the other, is mental institutions."
Absolutely awesome doom, and I'm not even a doom fan...at least not until I heard this! The album kicks in with the hypnotic bashing of Vinum Sabbathi, veering off into the three part solar psychedelia of "Weird Tales"--one of the best tracks on the CD, besides "I, the Witchfinder." I recommend this highly. It's unfortunate that their latest album, "Let us Prey" is so substandard--in general and in comparison-- to the mighty DOPETHRONE. DOPETHRONE is dynamic, creative, and focused. And, if you listen closely, you can hear a bong gurgling under the maelstrom of guitar/drums/bass.
"You see man as a rather dismal creature." "Yes. Why not? Look around...you'll see what's there. Fear, and frightened people who kill what they can't understand."
Yes. The musical equivalent of Eldritch horror.
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I was praticing with my band one day and after the pratice, we went for a ride. Our bassist later on put on a mixlist of his mp3s. One song was a long bass-heavy slow song, but with Radiohead ambiences. I asked, "Who is this?" It turned out to be Electric Wizard, and the song was Barbarian. After downloading several of their songs from the website, I ordered a copy for myself.
This is the best stoner metal album ever. Everything is long and thick and heavy, and druggy. Just what a stoner metal band should sound like. Every song is a classic. "Vinum Sabbathi" and "Barbarian" are slow heavy groove songs with some great production. "We Hate You" could be the single off the album, but it's too good for radio. The real fine work off the album are the REALLY long songs that are 10-15 minutes.
"Weird Tales" is the first big song, and my favorite song off the album. There are 3 parts, one is very groove heavy, the 2nd part a lot slower, and the third part the heaviest thing ever recorded on tape. "I, The Witchfinder" is another great epic, with the longest ending ever. Jus Oborn's vocals are just awesome. There's a great effect on his vocals that makes it another instrument, instead of being up and front, like a lot of bands. Then, there's the really cool "Dopethrone," which, despite saying it's 20:48, is actually 10:26. It's still cool though. It's like a longer version of "Barbarian." This is a great album with some unforgettable riffs. Get it as soon as possible if you're a true heavy metal fan.
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By A Customer on Sept. 11 2001
Format: Audio CD
My first reaction to this when I put it on (bought without hearing first), was to laugh. I couldn't believe the sound that was coming out of my speakers. Imagine the cheapest, [...] transister radio, turned up way too loud, then amplify that sound,beef up the bottom end, and uh yeah now you have the guitar sound. I should state for the record (no pun intended) that I am not strictly a doom, or even metal fan exclusively. I tend to go with whatever rattles my chain, whatever "genre" it comes from. And as I listened with awe, my chain did indeed rattle (as did my fillings). The songs improve as the CD crawls onward,,,, and onward. As a non partaker of drugs, I don't enjoy all stoner bands, but the ones i enjoy, I LOVE. It just has to stand alone without chemical enhancement. So I have to say this definitely ROCKS. It's just that it rocks like a Brontosaurus on Mogadon. So by all means buy, but don't take it too seriously, and laugh along as your stereo self distructs!
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By S. Flask on Feb. 20 2001
Format: Audio CD
first of all, this isn't for everyone. if you don't like to space out while you rock out, stay away from this one. it's the best for layin back and going absolutly out of your mind.
with ample spacey sounds that blows your mind, and some riffs that will DEFINITLY destroy any speakers that aren't of high quality, these guys put you into a groove like nothing i've heard before.
you gotta be in the mood for it, but when it works, it really works. somehow i can fall asleep to this. also, the riff in Funeralopolis is quite possibly the coolest thing i've ever heard in my life....definitly worth the price of the album just for that one riff. so if you dig the doom, pick this up. if you've stumbled here from kyuss or something, make sure you want to go slow and low. then pick this baby up. good stuff. very good.
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Format: Audio CD
this is the coolest album ever made. or one of them at least. look, if you got the patience, this pays off BIG. the riffs just go on forever and ever and it just puts you in a trance - this isn't instance gratification stoner stuff here. let's just say that the title of the album says it all.
if you're a fan of this genre, this is THE album to own. Electric Wizard's back catalogue is great, but doesn't touch this. the new album is garbage. Dopethrone is the one to get.
this isn't an album to listen to with your friends or at a party or whatever. this is practically ambient in nature, when the riffs get really drawn out. get "ready", put on headphones, turn off lights and just let yourself be taken into this unbelieveable record.
very, very highly recommended.
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