Frosty Cold One

Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (6 of 7)
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Pedal to the Metal ~ Wiseblood
Pedal to the Metal ~ Wiseblood
4.0 out of 5 stars Car wreck, bent horns, June 5 2004
Let's get two things straight: (1) J.G. Thirwell is God, and (2) He works really well with Roli Mosimann. A decent set of 4 songs totaling ~25 minutes, it's Thirwell's usual blenderizing of musical styles, but with Mosimann's contribution providing a somewhat different flavor than straight up Foetus. Outrageous brass on tracks 1 & 4. Classic twisted genius. Wonder just who influenced them? (Lucifer and who else?)
Diablo 2 Lord Of Destruction Expansion Pack by Blizzard Entertainment
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
It's simply amazing how character development can go in so many directions with this game. Seven character classes are now offered, and focusing on certain options within any of the 3 different "skill trees" of each class can itself forever change the way in which you relate to the game. Characters can become so specialized that names have been attributed to them (lexicons can be found on the Net); for example, if you choose to play a character from the new Druid class, he can be differentiated into a Shifter, Summoner, Elementist, Botanist, Windbreaker, Bowling Druid, etc. [lingo used by D2:LoD addicts, these aren't terms that the game itself uses]. It could be said that choosing from… Read more
Grindcrusher ~ Various Artists
Grindcrusher ~ Various Artists
5.0 out of 5 stars The ABCs of Extremity, Jan. 10 2004
This compilation is abusive, barbarous, caustic, desperate, eccentric, feral, godless, hedonistic, incomprehensible, justified, kinky, lacerating, maniacal, nullifying, overwrought, plangent, quivering, rapacious, scurrilous, truculent, unbinding, visionary, whacked, xenophilic, yowling, and zealous. (Hold the Cheez Whiz please)
In short, it is some of the loudest/fastest music on Earth, and was my introduction to a new genre (grind) in 1991. A month ago I remembered that it had been my bible for finding new extreme music, so I decided to track down a copy of Grind Crusher on Amazon just for old time's sake. Some songs are downright Luciferic or just plain rude, while others are… Read more