Wednesday, September 13, 2006
CD Review: Fang Bang by Wednesday 13
Whoever said that Marilyn Manson was this generation's Alice Cooper has obviously not heard Wednesday 13. This dude knows how to write 'em down, dirty, bloody, and yeah, a little fun too. Fang Bang is the highly awaited sequel to Transylvania 90210 and if put in movie terms, Fang Bang would be The Empire Strikes Back compared to 90210's A New Hope. Yeah, it's that good. Here's the set list and with track names like these, how can they be bad?:
1.) Morgue Than Words--A great rocking tune to open the record with.
2.) American Werewolves in London--If you don't find yourself singing to this, you're dead.
3.) My Home Sweet Homicide--A great track with a great video. Should see heavy MTV rotation.
4.) Faith In The Devil--Profanity laden goodness.
5.) Happily Ever Cadaver--This generation's Cold Ethyl.
6.) Curse of Me--Perhaps the best track? Definitely the most well constructed.
7.) Haddonfield--An ode to Michael Myers. If it doesn't show up in Rob Zombie's remake, there's no justice in this world.
8.) Too Much Blood--A frenzied, fist-pumping rager.
9.) Till Death Do Us Party--An ode to Jason Voorhees. If it doesn't show up in the next Friday the 13th flick, there's no justice in this world.
10.) Buried With Children--Made for the mosh pit.
11.) Kill You Before You Kill Me--The title explains it all!
12.) Die Sci-Fi--This tune rocks! It has a more mature sound than the others.
13.) Burn The Flames--If this track doesn't remind you of vintage Alice, yeah, you're dead.
This CD kicks total ASS!!! This album progresses on everthing he's done since Murderdolls and Frankenstein Drag Queens. All hail the next incarnation of Alice with a brutal twist. ***** out of *****!! Pick this album up TODAY!
Posted by dave at 5:47 PM