All hope is gone

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Item no. 436547
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Nu Metal
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Slipknot
Product type CD
Release date 22/08/2008

CD 1

  • 1.
    Execute
  • 2.
    Gematria (The killing name)
  • 3.
    Sulfur
  • 4.
    Psychological
  • 5.
    Dead memories
  • 6.
    Vendetta
  • 7.
    Butcher's hook
  • 8.
    Gehenna
  • 9.
    This cold black
  • 10.
    Wherein lies continue
  • 11.
    Snuff
  • 12.
    All hope is gone

by Michael Hertel (18.07.2008) Rumours were flying – there was a lot of hullabaloo around this album… Some said it would be the most experimental, catchiest, most commercial output of the masked guys. That they’d add acoustical guitars and a piano, and that Corey would sing more than scream… Mere speculation, folks. The eleven tracks on the fourth Slipknot studio release are mainly: tough as nails, ultra-aggressive and extraordinarily versatile Metal. Galloping double bass drum parts, piercing riffs, endless soli. Plus, #8 lets it all out in the harsh sociocritical lyrics and gives the US with its hypocritical war, its fundamental hardliners and its ultra conservative moralisation a solid bashing. An irate reckoning in a clever wrapping: "Sulfur" dares to flirt with Speed and Thrash, "Psychosocial" is a genuine Rock anthem, "Dead memories" reminds you of "Enter sandman", "Child of burning time" is an hypnotic tribal thing, and "Butcher’s hook" sounds a bit like Henry Rollins back in the mid 90s.