BIOHAZARD: Uncivilization

Yes, I am bad! I work in a bad business. I’m only in it to release the unreleased. The true warrior of the self-made CD…. That’s the only explanation I can figure out, (though it’s absolutely not true, I don’t even own one of those things that is able burn CDs), for this kind of promo versions. You only get half a song. Faded-out versions and then you’re ought to celebrate and praise the record, what a joke…

Yes, I am bad! I work in a bad business. I’m only in it to release the unreleased. The true warrior of the self-made CD…. That’s the only explanation I can figure out, (though it’s absolutely not true, I don’t even own one of those things that is able burn CDs), for this kind of promo versions. You only get half a song. Faded-out versions and then you’re ought to celebrate and praise the record, what a joke…

Well, I won’t blame it on BIOHAZARD, though it doesn’t really fit the street-credibility they promote for themselves. I will try to review this version of Uncivilization as good as possible. It really sounds good, it seems to be a really good one, though the Brooklyn boys left the path of true Hardcore for other inches. There is a lot of groove and a lot of power and even a lot of melodies. There are some rhythm samples as on Wide Awake, there is some Nu Metal (I know it’s a bad word for a good thing) as on Get Away and a lot of guest appearances (Phil Anselmo, Pete Steel, Sen-Dog, and lots of others). And there are the good old BIOHAZARD trademarks, like the grooving drums and the curious breaks as on Unified. The songs seem to be powerful and catching, played with a lot of enthusiasm and energy. The boys from the wrong side of the track managed to find themselves again, though the place is a different one. Songs as HFFK, which means hate fuck fight kill, show that they’re back with a bang. Heavy, aggressive and with the groove that made them big.

I won’t write anything more to the single songs because I have actually heard just the first one or two minutes of it! I considered not to give any points for this version, but the music is not to blame and the it is really, really good, so I give 9 out of ten. But I will end this review as one of the songs, with a fade out, after only half of the things said….

Tracklist:
1. Sellout
2. Population control
3. Wide awake
4. Get away
5. Unified (full version)
6. Gone
7. Letter go
8. Last man standing
9. HFFK (full version)
10. Domination
11. Trap
12. Plastic
13. Cross the line

VÖ: 3. September 2001

Label: Steamhammer (SPV)

Bandhomepage: http://www.vampster.com/links/redirect.php3?id=228



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