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Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia
Released: 2001, Nuclear Blast
Reviewer: El Cid
Well, I decided to borrow this from the guy at the record store (an old friend now works there and gets to open CDs to play them at the store) and I’m glad as hell I just borrowed it. I have probably already made my mind about dummy burger and cradle of crap perfectly clear, but I guess you can never be too cautious in warning your fellow metalheads. This album is pure cheese. Misused keyboards, lame vocals, you name it, it sucks. The only things salvageable about this album are probably the drumming and some of the riffing, Uncle Fester (like Nick Barker has come to be known since that hideous pic in CoF’s Cruelty and the beast) and (ex Old man’s child) Galder are pretty much the only members of the band keeping the boat above the water. In a whole, avoid this CD unless you’re a die hard or have an EXTREMELY open mind because it just plain blows. Even if they ditched Nagash, this band still blows.
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