Cephalic Carnage - Lucid Interval


7.9 | 39 votes |
Release date: 20 August 2002
Style: Grindcore

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01. Scolopendra Cingulata
02. Fortuitous Oddity
03. Anthro Emesis
04. The Isle Of California
05. Pseudo
06. Friend Of Mine
07. Rebellion
08. Zuno Gyakusatsu
09. Black Metal Sabbath
10. Cannabism
11. Lucid Interval
12. Misguided
13. Puff De La Morte [2011 reissue bonus]
14. Redundant
15. Arsonist Savior
16. ... [2011 reissue bonus]

Additional info
Original cover artwork was very different from that of the reissue, being all orange/red, and featuring only an image of an eye

Staff review by
Herzebeth
Rating:
9.4
You think you've heard the experimental stuff? You think grindcore isn't evolutional and progressive? You think there is no way brutal music can get any better? Well if you haven't heard Cephalic Carnage's Lucid Interval…you are wrong little fellow.

Ok, let's get things nice and sparkling clear… Lucid Interval is not a "Prowler In The Yard" for sure, but it's a great album, maybe the second best album in grindcore history, the music is evolutional, and in some ways progressive, The musicians in Cephalic Carnage are capable of making any type of music (the hidden track and the song "cannabism" are great examples).

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13.08.2012 - 16:35
Rating: 9
musicalkaratekid
This album seems to have a great deal of variety, yet never really seems to ignore the Grindcore influences either. The longer songs, especially 'Anthro Emesis' and 'Black metal Sabbath' seem to have a significance of their own, and never really repeat themselves either. 'Cannabism' is quite upbeat and made me giggle a little, but the experimentation on offer here is something very serious, a pinpoint of the band's career. This is what I would call their best album.
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