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Book of Dead Names - Remingtin: West Fucking Triad

split

Year Released: 2000
Format: 7"
Label: Blood of the Young
 
Reviewed by Nadia Almashoor on Jun 13, 2007
"...What's your favourite scary movie?..."
Before you even get to think about it, Book of Dead Names are wailing over the top with 'Your Ordinary Madness'. Slithering with back up chanting, they twist and strangle for the next 3 tracks, with frantic energetic geetarrrr riffage. Smashin'-a-bangin' and blastin' with wild fury...

RAAA!!! Gnarlin in yer face! THIS is your soundtrack to SCREAM(O) 6(6)(6)!!!

Is it over yet? HELL no! It's your turn Remingtin: West Fucking Triad. They explode in a Reversal Of Man-esque/Jerome's Dream-ish vocaled manner, escalatin' and crunchin' and bang! Stops mid tempo with chopped piano bits and drives right into 'Down & Out In America'. Oh my god. This has got to be one of the best songs I've ever heard this year. The rythm just licks and swirls in extreme sci-fi delirium. It's out of control. It's so out of control. I AM SO out of control. Kill Kill Kill!!!

"...do you wanna die?..."

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