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Black Heavy Children Of Bodom Hate Crew Deathroll
CD, Released date : 07 January 2003 - Century Media / Spinefarm Records / Back On Black
Recorded at : Astia Studio
Style: Black Heavy

RATING SOM : 15/20
All rates : 17/20 You must be logged to rate this album
Tracklist
Re-Issue in 2008 by Spinefarm with 3 bonustracks.
1. Needled 24/7 04:08
2. Sixpounder 03:24
3. Chokehold (Cocked 'n' Loaded) 04:13
4. Bodom Beach Terror 04:35
5. Angels Don't Kill 05:13
6. Triple Corpse Hammerblow 04:07
7. You're Better Off Dead 04:12
8. Lil' Bloodred Ridin' Hood 03:24
9. Hate Crew Deathroll 03:37
Total playing time 36:53
Bonustracks (Japanese Release)
10. Silent Scream (Slayer Cover)
11. Somebody Put Something in My Drink (Ramones Cover)
Bonustracks (Re-Issue 2008)
10. Somebody Put Something in My Drink (Ramones Cover)
11. Silent Scream (Slayer Cover)
12. Needled 24/7 (Live)

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    Mika_Helvetia, Sunday 12 March 2006 Talk to your friends  
Although I would not be an amateur of Children of Bodom, I enjoy myself sometimes to listen to this Hate Crew Deathroll.
Children has this characteristic which I often seek at a group which is not to change his style, his topics and so on, but just to have new compositions: Objective achieved with this album. The Finns are back with a Metal with Maiden influences and light Scandinaves influences. As of the first piece, Needled 24/7, we find all these elements and an energy to raise mountains. All is varied, the riffs, the battery the keyboards... With the famous Sixpounder we fall into heavier Metal with very supported riffs and keyboards filled up from the heart Scandinave. The titles are enchainent perfectly, varying the melodies and the riffs, easily from heavy to speed while passing by some keys of melancoly and always these sonorities of keyboard suitable for Children but which, this time, are omnipresent and leave the place to other sonorities what is far from being an evil!
A good album which can easily like as it can easily leave indifferent.




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