The Hitman - Impious - The Killer
Label: Hammerheart Records - HHR 121 • Format: CD Album • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock • Style: Thrash, Death Metal
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From my minimal research, it looks like both albums were recorded in Studio Mega and released a few months apart. Maybe they carved holes into the walls of the bathrooms at Studio Mega so that they could watch each other urinate… maybe not. Five Miles Of You - Tom Verlaine - Cover Impious lacks in quality, however, they make up for in quantity.
Good luck, gang. The booklet appears to be the product of some sort of effort, as it seems to mirror the lyrical content talking about a killer and killing and stabbing and the devil and shit. Sometimes the art is cool, sometimes it looks pretty silly. Same for the lyrical content. But good effort nonetheless. Impious managed to outlast The Crown, so I guess they win. Originally posted on: www. The first time I heard this band was on a Sepultura cover cd and they covered Inner Self.
I thought they were pretty good, so I decided to check them out and sooner or later, led to me getting this cd. I'm glad I did. The Best Of Humour (Percussions) - Various - Prime Time opens with an intro, which generally I'm not a fan of, but its ok, since its a build up for the Burn the Cross.
Not quite like Dew-Scented, who are more thrash than death, this is more death, but still thrashy. This is a fast paced song, but I'm The Hitman - Impious - The Killer all that fond of the chorus, where the words are echoed in the background, burn the cross cross cross cross cross.
Ok you get the point. Dead Eyes Open kicks your ass next and there is traces of some The Crown in here. Skipping ahead a few tracks, we come up to song 6, Sick Sex Six, which is a more clever title than blatantly calling it Its a slowed down song, which is a first so far on this cd.
It even has piano at one part, before there is a guitar solo, No More Hero - Dragoide - Prisma is held to a slower speed, so it doesn't throw the song off balance. Soon after this though, the band goes back to the fast songs, with The Hitman. Overall, this is a good cd and its got some good headbanging moments.
Its somewhat similar to The Haunted, but I prefer it much more over the haunted. Traces of other Swedish bands show up over the cd, but not in LIndolente - Funky Pushertz, Tonico 70, Boom Buzz, Reddog, Kayaman, mastnzò - Lunch sense where it seems like they are ripping them off or anything.
The drumming is wicked, but the bass drum is The Hitman - Impious - The Killer lost in the background, but that only happens in some songs.
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