Prong power of the damager

Tommy has finally gone back to his roots and penned some classic styled riffs that will leave all thrash enthusiasts alike with a smirk of contention on their faces when listening to this album. Thrash Metal is back with a vengeance and Prong have carved their niche. The bass guitar is now being handled by former touring guitar player Monte Pitman, and although not extemely prominent in the mix, the bottom is heard and the effectiveness shines through beautifully. Bands alphabetical country genre Labels alphabetical country Reviews R. Good evening thrash fans and welcome to what should prove to be another notch in the spike studded thrash metal leather belt of sincerity.

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Changing Ending Troubling Times. Right from the get-go, the first obvious improvement is the stellar production, which gives this album a bottom end which to me sounds similar to the crunchy bottom end of the newest Exodus album.

Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in x resolution or higher. This album has no real weak tracks and nothing that will really standout as being plodding or boring, but I will say that Looking For Them, the title track, and The Banishment are by far my favorites and will most definately be heralded as classic thrash metal efforts by critics alike.

Write your own review. The bass guitar is now being handled by former touring guitar player Monte Pitman, and although not extemely prominent in the mix, the bottom is heard and the effectiveness shines through beautifully.

Release Date October 2, After hearing the dreaded Scorpio Rising nearly 3 years agao, I was somewhat reluctant to believe that Prong were ever going to "ge it right" ever again.

Tommy Victor has obviously picked up a few tips from Al Jourgensen over the last few years.

After the underwhelming misfire that was 's Scorpio Risingmain man Tommy Victor got his head on straight, signed to Al Jourgensen 's 13th Planet label, and got things back on track for Prong 2.

That's a good thing Power of the Damager. Tommy has finally gone back to his roots and penned some classic styled prrong that will leave all thrash enthusiasts alike with a smirk of contention on their faces when listening to this album.

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Bands alphabetical country genre Labels alphabetical country Reviews R. Fatten the low end and it's the good old days once ppower. The drumming is also back up to par. Power of the Damager Prong. Finishing off this winning formula are memorable songs with "No Justice," "Pure Ether," and "Worst of It" all featuring that exciting mix of melody, throbbing beat, and razor sharp riffage that made "Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck" an almost hit and a strip club staple.

Sexy Trippy All Moods. Streams Videos All Posts. As for the drumming, well, no one will ever be able to outplay Ted Parsons as a Prong skinsman, but at least were back to the double bass runs and some pretty kick as fills from time to time. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Good evening thrash fans and welcome to what should prove to be another notch in the spike studded thrash metal leather belt of sincerity.

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Messages Inside of Me. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Jazz Latin New Age. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Then from out of nowhere Prong re-emrge with this pulse pounding, stripped down, raw, bare-boned, in your face NY styled thrash metal album ala POTD!

Prong Power of the Damager

Tommy Victor and co. The disappointing side of Damager is the too tight and too bright production, which tends to ignore this power trio's bass player. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. While Scorpio Rising was sludgy and tuneless, Damager does a and gets back to the taut and memorable music that defined the first incarnation of Prong.

Another immediate improvement is the riffs. Songwise, Tommy hasn't re-invented himself in my opinion, but rather simply reverted back to the old faithful formula that worked so gracefully back in the thrash metal hayday. Here, Prong are still too vicious to really have radio dreams and Victor 's lyrics are even tougher than before with the occasional vulgarity acting as exclamation point.

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