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Second Skin: New Flesh - Skinlab - Disembody: The New Flesh


1999
Label: Century Media - CM79238-2 • Format: CD CD-ROM, Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Thrash, Heavy Metal
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Please try again later. Format: Audio CD. Hailing from the Bay Area as a thrash band means you have some pretty big shoes to fill. After all, the Frisco-Oakland scene spawned in part the semonal metal acts Metallica, Megadeth and Testament as Milk And Alcohol - Various - 70s: The Collection as second-generation thrash heros Machine Head. On ther sophmore effort however, Skinlab, bring to the table as much raw aggression and angst to rival any of their predecessors, while redefining thier own unique and intense sound.

Disembody: the New Flesh represents a metamorphisis for its members, a rebirth of sorts, and an oppertunity fully express themselves fully. Building the the raw, Catacombs. A Roman Sepulchre - Mussorgsky* - Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Jukka-Pekka Saraste - Night concepts laid out on their debut Bound, Gagged and Blindfolded Skinlab embrace their new skin with an unbridled aggression and musical prowess.

From the opening riff of "So Far From the Truth" to the closing fade of "Looks Can be Deceiving" the quartet graciously accept the torch passed to them from the previous titans of the Bay Area scene and begin to burm their own bonfiresque flame. Haunting vocal melodies are offset by gutteral screams over a technical groundwork laid by dual harmonized guitars, fledging bass line and thrashing double bass inspired drums. With production credits going to veteran of the metal scene, Andy Sneap Machine Head, Earth CrisisSkinlab's sound has matured well beyond powerful to exillerating.

Add in the power that newcomers Scott Sargeant Killing Culture and Snake Skrew bring into both the songwriting and the overall sound and you understand why Skinlab are as solid as they are on Disembody Shedding all past comparisons to their contemporaries as well as the genre's forfathers, Skinlab take on a new life compromising of unadulterated grit and Bay Area grind. They unleash catchy, driving hooks paired with ferocious rhythms and their own brutal and driving intensity with passages as quiet as a back alley on a summers night ballanced by blasts as noisy as the first nuclear tests.

For all those who ever claimed, even in a whisper, metal was dead and thrash is part of the dinasaur legacy of the genre, Skinlab are the second-coming of the messiah that you will have to face naked and alone, while the rest of the extreme music cominity listens to Second Skin: New Flesh - Skinlab - Disembody: The New Flesh wimpers as you shed your commercial skin.

Format: MP3 Red - Sammy Hagar - All Night Long. Moderately enjoyable groove Second Skin: New Flesh - Skinlab - Disembody: The New Flesh with a slight angsty nu metal vibe. They've been compared to Machine head, though I don't see much of it as MH is a much more complex band It's like that on all their albums.

Vocalist Steev Esquivel slipped from his vocals in thrash band Defiance he was in fromwhich most don't even known about Check that band out. When Skinlab's first album was released Bound, Gagged, and Blindfoldedeveryone played them off as a Machine Head ripoff.

From the first track "So Far From The Truth", you are knocked down on your back and kept there until you have the power to finally get up on your own will. This album is fast, furious, catchy, crunchy, loud, and doesn't let up Which leads me to state the only problem I have with the CD. The album rips through 5 songs, Hypocrisy - Hypocrisy incredible drum, guitar work, and growling vocals, but comes to a stop, with a song Guitarist "Snake" wrote.

Which is track 6. I feel as if this song pretty much makes you sit there wondering "Um where did all the chaos go" Well, at least this track gives you a break, till you're thrown into oblivion again. Paul drums at an amazing pace, and you find yourself tapping your foot as fast as you can to keep up with the beat.

Guitarist Snake and Scott are amazing, at times playing the same riffs together, but at other times trading licks back and forth. Their guitar styles vary on the CD, and give it a great, dark, fast, and beautiful feel to the CD. Steev's vocals are gritty, and dirty, what do you expect?

It fits perfectly with the music. Buy this CD, crack up the volume, strap yourself into your seat, and be ready for a whole lotta chaos to come ripping out of your stereo. One person found this helpful.

If you, like myself, had grown tired of the mainstreamed crap that is popping up everywhere as of late, I think you will find this a welcome purchase. Fans of bands like Machine Head, Pissing Razors, and older day thrash will eat this one up! Rather than doing the same boring trend of rapping or adding hip-hop grooves, Skinlab produce good old metal. Full of chugging riffage, amazing drumwork, and the passionate vocals of Steev, this band is destined to become one of heavy metal's best.

The songs are very heavy and brutal, making it ever the more enjoyable. See all 23 customer reviews. Write a customer review. There's a problem loading this menu right now.


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The addition of veteran guitarists Scott Sargeant and Snake doesn't alter the essence of Skinlab's sound on Disembody: The New Flesh, but it does add a bit more flexibility and unpredictability to their compositions and band interplay. As a result, it's a step up from their debut.6/