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Dr. Slaggleberry : The Slagg Factory

I don't know how this album ended up for reviewing in Doom-Metal.com and besides the heavy riffs I can't find any other real connection with doom metal (in my opinion always), but since it came I will write my impression of it.

The album contains five brilliant, majestic and well built pieces of chaotic anarchy. Some people might find similarities with Neurosis and other bands of that genre or vaguely to Stinkin' Lizavetta, but for me the names that come into mind are: Watchtower, Sieges Even, Liquid Tension Experiment, and Spastik Ink. As you understand this is not for the average doomster, (actually this is not for the average music listener) but if you are open minded enough you will enjoy it.

Also I must say that although the band seems to be very active and performing many shows, I couldn't find any info about them on the Internet.

[edit by admin.: It's my fault (i.e. indecisionness) that it was sent and I cannot properly excuse it. But, as the author noted, at least there isn't much info about the band out there so I guess there is no harm in posting this review despite that the band doesn't really fit our definition of doom metal.]

Reviewer's rating: Unrated


Tracklist :
1. Feed Me a Stray Dog
2. 13 Grades of Filth
3. 8 4 5
4. Basterd Brew
5. Gone Devil

Duration : Approx. 22 minutes.

Visit the Dr. Slaggleberry bandpage.

Reviewed on 02-04-2010 by Dimitris Plastiras
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