Antifaith - Superjoint Ritual - Use Once And Destroy (CD, Album)

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  • Label: Metal-is Records - MISCD • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Southern Rock, Hardcore, Heavy Metal Superjoint Ritual - Use Once And Destroy (, CD) | Discogs Explore4/5(38).
  • The setlist is rather unfortunate. Five songs from A Lethal Dose of American Hatred and five songs from Use Once and Destroy, including my nominee for The Worst-Ass Slow Song Since Jet’s Last Single, namely, The Destruction of a Person. To be honest, this would have been a better setlist. Sickness. The Alcoholik. Antifaith. Ozena/One Song.
  • Use Once and Destroy Superjoint Ritual. Type: Full-length Release date: May 21st, Catalog ID: Label: Sanctuary Records Format: CD Reviews: 8 reviews (avg. 58%) Songs; Lineup; Other versions; Reviews; Additional notes; 1. Oblivious Maximus Antifaith Show lyrics (loading lyrics) Ozena Show lyrics.
  • Superjoint Ritual. Superjoint Ritual was an American heavy metal band formed by Phil Anselmo, Joe Fazzio, and Jimmy Bower in the early s, later to be joined by Hank Williams III, and Kevin Bond. Their style can be considered a mix of Pantera's style of groove metal and hardcore punk. A small trace of black metal can be heard too.
  • Superjoint Ritual pull no punches and have no remorse, just check songs such as the musically and lyrically blunt "Antifaith," with its chorus "dischord [sic], fear, psychosis, then the grave." Use Once and Destroy 's parental advisory is well-deserved, and the disc is a must-have for any fan of underground metal or Superjoint's venerated members/5().
  • Superjoint Ritual is the latest in yet another side project from Phil Anselmo, lead vocalist of kyovaurilinlivagargkanewspropexti.coinfo with Down, Phil has surrounded himself with musician friends and this time, he really pulls out all the stops.I haven't heard Pantera sound this fierce in quite a few years, or if ever. The line-up of the band includes Phil Anselmo, vocals and guitar, Jimmy Bower, guitar .
  • It's the same kind of stuff you'd hear on an Eyehategod album, but the feedback doesn't serve as the intro to every damn song, Superjoint Ritual is more focused than that. Use Once and Destroy finds itself going full blast hardcore punk one moment only to halt itself in its tracks the next, slowing things down to a absolute crawl. This stop and start motion goes on the entire .
  • Use Once and Destroy, an Album by Superjoint Ritual. Released on Sanctuary (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Hardcore Punk, Sludge Metal.

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