Otep - House Of Secrets

7.1 | 44 votes |
Release date: 27 July 2004
Style: Nu metal, Alternative metal


55 have it
3 want it

01. Requiem
02. Warhead
03. Buried Alive
04. Sepsis
05. House Of Secrets
06. Hooks & Splinters
07. Gutter
08. Autopsy Song
09. Suicide Trees
10. Nein
11. Self-Made
12. Shattered Pieces

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I'm glad I only spent $4 on House Of Secrets, because I was incredibly disappointed with it. I know for a fact that Otep has good material out there; I have heard it before. It is on the radio, on TV, and on the Internet - so why isn't it on my album? Where did all the music go? House Of Secrets sounds like Otep tried to record the soundtrack to a Japanese torture film after falling off a cliff.

published 03.08.2011 | Comments (2)


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12.01.2010 - 19:52
Rating: 5
This album includes just brutal talkings not music. If you like the music, this album is not according to you as far as i am concerned.
14.01.2010 - 01:54
Liver Failure
Yeah... mediocre album. At least when compared to The Ascension and Sevas Tra.

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30.04.2016 - 05:11
Rating: 6
I gave it a first listen at 4 in the morning, which was the perfect setting for it. It's a nice little experience but it's hardly music. Definitely conveys the "fucked up" feeling very well.

But you can't re-listen to this, the few songs on it are alright but the key word is "few".
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