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Take The Addiction - W.A.S.P. - K.F.D. (CD, Album)

K.F.D. is as ugly and hostile as a spattering artery, mixing epic, abrasive guitar riffs, pounding rhythms, and haunting industrial-embellished melodies with Lawless's raw vocals and hostile lyrics. There's even a tongue-in-cheek stab at Nine Inch Nails on the title track: "No you won't take it/No you can't take /5(5). View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of K.F.D. on Discogs. Label: Metal-is Records - ,Sanctuary Records - • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal, Industrial. Recording information: Written and recorded in Los Angeles during the end of and early ' Identifiers: Barcode:

It’s an album that capitalises on the anger and insanity within each individual band member and puts it into a melting pot to create something raw and full of emotion. K.F.D. is an album that will take several listens before it’s highlights really start to shine through and . K.F.D. means Kill, Fuck, Die Something of a sonic oddity in W.A.S.P.'s output this album combined a European metal sound similar to The Headless Children with industrial metal and a much rougher production than usual. Recording information: Written and recorded in Los Angeles during the end of and early ' Identifiers: Barcode: 6 W.A.S.P.-K.F.D. () Krajina: USA Štýl: heavy metal Netypický album od týchto amíkov ochutený industriálnymi prvkami Kill fuck die Take the addiction My tortured eyes Killahead Kill your pretty face Fetus Little death U Wicked love The horror. W.A.S.P. W.A.S.P. is an American heavy metal band formed in They emerged from the same Los Angeles scene that spawned Motley Crüe, Ratt, Quiet Riot and others. The band's popularity peaked in the s, yet they continue to record and tour, making them one of the most enduring of the West Coast heavy metal bands. K.F.D., an Album by W.A.S.P.. Released in on Sanctuary Midline (catalog no. SMRCD; CD). Genres: Heavy Metal, Industrial Metal. Dec 22,  · George Thorogood - One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer - 7/5/ - Capitol Theatre (Official) - Duration: GeorgeThorogood on MV Recommended for you.


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9 thoughts on “ Take The Addiction - W.A.S.P. - K.F.D. (CD, Album)

  1. Enter k.F.D., a new brand with an entirely new direction! A raw and heavy, but industrial sound (with the likes of Nine Inch Nails.) Many fans who have complained about the staleness and predictability of W.A.S.P. begged for a change; then upon the release of K.F.D. they complain that it doesn't sound like W.A.S.P/5(53).
  2. W.A.S.P. is an American heavy metal band formed in They emerged from the early s Los Angeles heavy metal scene. The band's popularity peaked that decade, yet they continue to record and tour, making them one of the most enduring of the West Coast heavy metal bands.
  3. K.F.D. is dark, agressive, and full of unrelenting emotion that was harbored deep inside the minds and hearts of Blackie and the boys (particularly Chris Holmes.) Here is my track by track review of one of the hardest, deepest, and most unrelenting W.A.S.P. albums yet. 1. K.F.D. - The title track to open the album/5(53).
  4. K.F.D. is dark, agressive, and full of unrelenting emotion that was harbored deep inside the minds and hearts of Blackie and the boys (particularly Chris Holmes.) Here is my track by track review of one of the hardest, deepest, and most unrelenting W.A.S.P. albums yet. 1. K.F.D. - The title track to open the kataxevolkreenuamand.xyzinfos:
  5. K.F.D. might be the most strange W.A.S.P. album ever. I consider myself as a big fan of Lawless and his band but K.F.D. has never been one of my favourites. This might be considered as the most brutal album Blackie ever put out but the music is too industrial metal based for my taste.
  6. Kill Fuck Die is the seventh studio album by American heavy metal band W.A.S.P., released by Castle Records in It differs from their previous releases by incorporating an industrial and more aggressive sound. Guitarist Chris Holmes rejoined the band for this album in a surprise move.
  7. K.F.D. is dark, agressive, and full of unrelenting emotion that was harbored deep inside the minds and hearts of Blackie and the boys (particularly Chris Holmes.) Here is my track by track review of one of the hardest, deepest, and most unrelenting W.A.S.P. albums yet. 1. K.F.D. - The title track to open the album.
  8. At the time of the release of K.F.D. Blackie Lawless described it as the most intense album W.A.S.P had ever made, and never was a more true word spoken. Right from the word go K.F.D. is bristling with menace and some really quite brutal songs. Certainly K.F.D. is nothing like W.A.S.P had made before or have made since/5(37).
  9. "Take the Addiction" starts with a very modern riff, but again when the vocals appear, we still perceive those elements that characterized W.A.S.P.'s sound during their early '90s output. "My Tortured Eyes" proves to be a quite dark and intense semi-ballad with very interesting melodies and vocals that make it one of the most interesting tracks.

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