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Austrian Death Machine - Triple Brutal (2014)
Whenever a new band comes out I often hear it said, "that's exactly what you'd expect from a heavy band." I beg to differ. Austrian Death Machine is exactly what you should hear from a heavy band.
- a continuously fast paced tempo you can always circle pit to
- the obvious build up to a breakdown you'll know how to mosh to
- classic sing alongs we to pile up and sing along with
- a guitar solo in every song
And yes... I would never leave out the obvious key component. Cliche vocals that sound really angry! None of this scary screaming with makeup or goofy lows that we can all make under our breath.
Lastly, let move onto lyrical content. I've heard plenty of metal bands steal lyrics from angry fourth graders that hate going to church or don't want to clean their rooms. Now it's time to steal lyrics from the great minds of Hollywood screen writers that at least made it to sixth grade. Don't miss listening to the hit track "Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers."
Bottom line, Austrian Death Machine is fast, pissed, brutal and every song has a guitar solo. You won't find fantasy lyrics or overly poetic personal jargon. There are only forcefully chanted, testosterone drive phrases that our sweet governor Arnold would approve of.
Austrian Death Machine is a tribute to the great Arnold movies. It is a band fronted by Ahhnold with music I wrote and recorded in my free time. But, most importantly, I had so much fun!
Quote:If you're a fan of As I Lay Dying, then you're no stranger to Austrian Death Machine. The side project originally started as a joke band, which is odd to think cause they're better than most "serious" bands. After raising funds on Indiegogo and a life-changing controversy later (Google it), Triple Brutal is finally seeing the light of day!
Typical with previous ADM albums, the record starts out with a skit. This one finds Ahhnold (voiced by the very talented Joe Gaudet) and Tim doing a soundcheck before leading into the first song, I'll Be Back. The concept with each ADM record follows the same formula: watch an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie, pick your favorite quote(s), write a song featuring said quote(s), add in "Ahhnold", and pretty soon, you'll have a whole album. With that being said, the record features quotes from Schwarzenegger's extensive filmography, including, Kindergarten Cop, Terminator (1 and 2), The Running Man, Conan The Barbarian, Commando, and Total Recall. The last two tracks, I'm Not A Pervert, and It's Turbo Time are from the band's previous EP, Jingle All The Way.
Near middle of the record, there's a song called, "Pumping and Humping" which makes light of Arnold's widely publicized affair with his housekeeper ("this song goes out to all the housekeepers!" ). Acting Advice is another skit that has Ahhnold giving Tim pointers if he was gonna be a extra in one of his movies. Ahhnold's advice includes, flexing your muscles whenever shake someone's hand, and eating a block of cheese before heading to the set because it binds you up and makes you constipated. And it gives you a pissed off look, I mean, just look at him in True Lies. (Come on, baby).
I Lied, from one of my personal favorite Schwarzenegger movies, Commando, has Tim and Ahhnold recalling the time he told Sully, "You're a funny guy, that's why I'm gonna kill you last." Near the middle of the movie, Arnold's character John Matrix is holding Sully upside down with his "weak arm" and subsequently says, "Remember, Sully, when I promised to kill you last? I lied." He then drops Sully, walks back to his car, where his sidekick asks him what happened to Sully. Arnold replies, "I let him go."
It's worth noting that "Consider Dat A Divorce" (featuring Scott Lewis from Carnifex) isn't on the record but that's understandable considering the circumstances it came out under. Fans of As I Lay Dying, metalcore, heavy music, etc should pick this up and give it a fair chance, regardless of your thoughts on Tim's situation.
Arnold - Vox
Tim Lambesis - Guitars
Tim Lambesis - Drums
Tim Lambesis - Bass
Austrian Death Machine - Triple Brutal (2014)
CBR @ 320kbps
1. Neah 1, 2
2. I'll Be Back
3. Chill Out Dickwad
4. Prepare To Be Conquered
5. One More Rep
6. I Hope That You Leave Enough Room For My Fist
7. Pumping and Humping
9. I Eat Green Berets
10. Acting Advice
11. You Lack Discipline (There Is No Bathroom)
12. I Know Now Why You Cry
13. I Lied
15. Get Your Story Straight
16. Brutal Recall
17. IÂ?m Not A Pervert
18. ItÂ?s Turbo Time
Bitrate: 320 k
Tamaño: 106.72 MB