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We Came For The Dead

Razorback 9

Released on May 20, 2003

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Latest Razorback spawn is indeed real fine metal. Expect something powerful, with a sharp sound production, neat song-writing and basically awesome catchy death metal. Blend of Carcass style from "Symphonies of Sickness" and "Necroticism", Impetigo genuine simplicity and old thrash metal. Carcass sticks as the most obvious influence though, with the mid-high pitched vocals and low roaring Bill Steer type vocals, the same kind of powerful thrashing riffs and a great use of gory pitch-shifting vocal effects. Ghoul can't escape the comparison with Exhumed and Impaled either... That's just it: metal with the bite of old Carcass grind, guitar soli, mucho old thrash and death influences...

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Intro  0%
2 Ghoul  0%
3 Rot Gut  0%
4 Tomb After Tomb  0%
5 We Came For The Dead Voted #1  50%
6 Soon They'll Scream Voted #2  33%
7 From Death Till Dust Voted #3  17%
8 Coffins And Curios  0%
9 Suspicous Chunks  0%
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Rita from Hammond, IN 
Jun 22 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Ghoul is one of the best thrash metal bands that I have heard in a long, long time. This nine song cd has loads of speed, and intensity. It also doesn't hurt that all of the members are rather competent at their instruments. This is one cd that I will be listening to for a very long time. I can't wait to order their other available cd "Splatterthrash". This cd is worth it for anyone into metal, or thrash in general. The only thing that somewhat bothers me is the vocals(not how they sing, but how they are placed on the record). They seem to not fit the songs, and can seem out of place at times. One singer seems to be at one spot throughout the song, and then a different vocal styling hits you and it seems to overpower the other vocalist. It is a minor inconvienence to a record that is otherwise superb.

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