21:15 - Lit. Devin Townsend's Kingdom was pretty damn good compared to the original.
21:05 - ScreamingSteelUS Generally, re-recordings aren't a great idea, but some bands do it properly. Sabaton's re-recording of "7734" for the new album, for example, was not only justified but overwhelmingly successful.
20:55 - Hex_Omega And CoF re-recordings on Bitter Suites To Succubi are an absolute abomination.
20:51 - Hex_Omega On Stormblast2005 there are only two songs which sounds better than on original Stormblast. Når Sjelen Hentes Til Helvete and Dodsferd. They could re-record them and put on EP like on Godless Savage Garden.
20:48 - Maco To be honest. The idea of re-recording a classic is not really amazing either. Especially if it is an album like S.U.I.Z.I.D.
20:47 - Gothmog_Motsham Let's see where this one will be going. The album's title and cover got me excited for some reason.
01. A Shogun Named Marcus 02. El Jefe Speaks 03. Binge And Purge 04. 12 Ounce Epilogue 05. Bacchanal 06. Milk Of Human Kindness 07. Rats 08. Earthworm 09. Heirloom 13 10. Walking In The Great Shining Path Of Monster Trucks 11. Effigy
A pretty decent debut for Clutch. Naturally the sound on here has more in common with Hardcore and Stoner Rock, but the rhythm section makes sure that the album is generally very consistent. Fallon's vocals are pretty furious and at times just out-of-control ('Rats') but all bands have to start somewhere, and I guess Clutch started pretty well here.