Date Added: May 31, 2004 Reviews 6 Views 6334
|Tracks:||1) The Great Southern Trendkill
2) War Nerve
3) Drag The Waters
5) 13 Steps To Nowhere
6) Suicide Note Pt.I
7) Suicide Note Pt.II
8) Living Through Me (Hell's Wrath)
10) The Underground In America
11) (Reprise) Sandblasted Skin
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|I like the ending of the first track and there are a few decent tracks. Otherwise, stick to the first 3, and for god sake stay away from reinventing the steel.
|This is my favorite Pantera album - Trendkill is slightly better than Driven. Suicide Note part I is the most mellow Pantera song I have heard, but it works well with the albums cynical. Phil does a lot of awesome screaming. The lyrics on this album are awesome and thought-provoking. Many lyrics are raw and drew a vague scene in my mind, but did not just lay out a simple story. Pantera's lyrics always leave me INTRIGUED, and not bored with simplicity.
In many ways, this album is similar to Driven. There are enough sublties to give Trendkill its own distinct sound however. Personally, I think Trendkill has all the best traits of PANTERA.
Now-a-days I will have to stick with SJR. Phil was the linchpin in Pantera during their glory years and he continues to dedicate his life for the cause of raw, pissed-off metal in the form of Superjoint Ritual.
|superjoint sucks, this album has nothing on FBD and suicide note does not have the mellow pleasantness of cemetary gates.
|in a time of need to seperate the little pussy's and the tru metalheads this album certainly did its job well, and i can just tell that from reading the reviews
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