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    Quote Originally Posted by RhettButler View Post
    Reading the liner notes of the deluxe edition of KFAD, it doesn't look like a lot of love was lost between Jim Martin and the rest of the band.
    If you've never watched this it's worth your time.

    You can tell that the rest of the band is pretty much fed up with Martin, and they hadn't even finished recording Angel Dust yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merriweather View Post
    If you've never watched this it's worth your time.

    You can tell that the rest of the band is pretty much fed up with Martin, and they hadn't even finished recording Angel Dust yet.
    Mike Patton should go into comedy if this whole music thing doesn't work out.

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    Didn't they wrote "Ugly in the Morning", with Jim Martin in mind?, i think it's safe to say there was a lot of bad blood...

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    What's weird is that both Roddy and Mike contacted Jim Martin and asked if he wanted to come back. It's clear they don't hate each other anymore. I wouldn't be surprised if Jim Martin did show up to play Jizzlobber or something at some show.

    I feel like Jim Martin was an important part of the band. I'm well aware that this isn't an unpopular opinion either, but it cannot be stressed enough that he brought something to the band that nobody else has since.
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    Jim definitely had a unique style. Seems like the band went in a darker, more aggressive direction after he was gone. I really like Jon Hudson too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perceptionnexus View Post
    Jim definitely had a unique style. Seems like the band went in a darker, more aggressive direction after he was gone. I really like Jon Hudson too.
    yeah, i mean angel dust and album of the year are my two favorites, and they're pretty drastically different in style. so i could take or leave jim as a guitar player. but as a person? he's a macho a-hole and that always bugged me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perceptionnexus View Post
    Jim definitely had a unique style. Seems like the band went in a darker, more aggressive direction after he was gone. I really like Jon Hudson too.
    I don't know, I feel like Angel Dust was when the band was at it's darkest specifically with Mike Patton. The vocals in that era were Bungle-level darkness especially on the live shows, which was a complete 180 from the upbeat tone of The Real Thing.
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    Precious little info there, it's the first song released by Dead Cross which has Patton and Dave Lombardo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfte View Post
    well, i didn't get to hear it and it's already gone. how was it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    well, i didn't get to hear it and it's already gone. how was it?
    I liked it. Fast, riffy, punky, heavy, Patton being Patton ("i went to pee and it was red") was a lyric I remember. Looking forward to the rest of it.

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    Article about the band and album, plus a new song!

    http://www.rollingstone.com/music/fe...new-lp-w480502

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    I do not like the direction their music took once they brought in Patton as a replacement singer. It's gotten too silly and spastic for me compared to the heavier earlier track(s) I heard with the original guy. Oh well.

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    Grave Slave is fucking fantastic. I'm all over this Dead Cross shit now, love this song.

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    Fantomas is joining the Tool show in June that also includes Primus, The Melvins, and Clutch!

    https://consequenceofsound.net/2017/...in-nine-years/

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    Quote Originally Posted by otnavuskire View Post

    So excited for this! I wonder if the shows will be really short or if they have some non-album songs to play.

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    New Dead Cross video. Fuck yes. Also announced that Secret Chiefs 3 will be supporting on the tour.


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    anyone heard the Dead Cross album? Onions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aggroculture View Post
    anyone heard the Dead Cross album? Onions?
    It's nothing groundbreaking but it's not bad.

    Album is short as hell though, of the 10 songs they're all under 3 minutes except songs 9 and 10.

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    It's pretty decent. Very dense & compact. Plus a fun Bela Lugosi cover.

    But yeah, nothing groundbreaking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aggroculture View Post
    anyone heard the Dead Cross album? Onions?
    i LOVE it. the bela lugosi's dead cover and the closing track are my two highlights, but the whole thing is great. i'm curious as to whether the version of the album with gabe on vocals had the same lyrics (meaning he wrote the ones patton ended up singing) or different ones (meaning patton wrote his own lyrics to go with the songs and ignored the ones gabe originally wrote).

    anyway, it's a lot of fun, the packaging is awesome (all of the lyrics are printed in glow in the dark inside the gatefold), and i will be listening to it repeatedly for a while.

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    Is it as annoyingly spastic as some of the songs released with Mike Patton sounded?

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    Grave Slave is still my favourite.

    Am digging this album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbie solo View Post
    Is it as annoyingly spastic as some of the songs released with Mike Patton sounded?
    i mean, that's the nature of a project with justin pearson. patton's definitely not the cause of that energy, but he certainly feeds off of it. but i love that, so i don't think our opinions line up on it.

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    I think i should just download illegally and give it a try. Complaining like I have thus far without d/l'ing and listening is the height of laziness.

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    I personally loved it. Definitely among my favorite albums that have come out this year. I was kinda hoping for it to be a little more experimental like my favorite Patton album, Irony Is A Dead Scene, but I loved it from beginning to end. I wish it was longer, though.

    Fav songs: Shillelagh, Grave Slave, Bela Lugosi's Dead, Church of the Motherfuckers

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    Damn I need to find a couple of hours so I can go buy the CD: that song "Shillelagh" totally gave me a "Digging the Grave"/"Another Body Murdered" vibe.

    I was just thinking last night that KFAD is possibly my fave Patton release, period.

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    It's available for streaming here

    Also, Mike will be on Henry Rollins' next radio broadcast
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    Funny, Shillelagh is my least favourite song.

    Great album.

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