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III - Over the Under

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Customer Reviews

Demands a little something extra from the listener, but the effort is worth it

Following the rambling inconsistency of 2002's Down 2: A Bustle in Your Hedgerow, fans may have placed this latest offering in their CD players with a quiet of of hearing the second coming of 1995's Nola. They didn't, but if they gave Down III: Over the Under a Chance, they heard something just as special. Down III needs an extra spin or two before revealing its real power -- not the sheen of Nola, but something more raw and heartfealt than anything yet created by any of this supergroup's very accomplished members. Phil Anselmo has found his form once again, not just as a vocalist who has traded some of his trademark, calculated aggression for tortured soulfulness, but as a lyricist who found his inspiration in real-life trauma. Ther was the near destruction of his New Orleans home by Hurricane Katrina ("On March the Saints", "Beneath the Tides"). Before that, the murder of his former friend, Pantera guitarist "Dimebag" Darrell Abott, from whom he had become estranged ("Mourn", "I Scream", "Three Suns and One Star"). "Fallen leaves/from the same family tree/regret is all that's left..." Anselmo wails on "I Scream". That regret is palpable for anyone familiar with the subject matter. This is Phil Anselmo at his most vulnerable, and in many ways, at his best. As for his bandmates, they take a backseat here to their singer, but they again combine metal sludge and swamp rock in a way that only this lineup seems capable of doing. It all serves as a fitting soundtrack for their frontman's roller-coster ride through anger and sadness and despair, which ultimately finds a kind of validation waiting for riders who reach its end. It's a trip worth taking.

"Down" WAY down the under

As A Fan Of Down I was kinnda Hoping to hear this new Cd by them but when I heard it......I was not disgusted but more disapointed. It sounds like Phil has made like a Country album with this one. I hope that the next album he makes is much better. I give this album 2 stars and not one because I will say I admire Phil for sticken to this band for so long and etc but if I was to rate the music- 1-0 stars.

Sweet

NOLA was better i think But this is deffinitnely awesome I was a little disappointed but its also much different than what i was expecting It starts out awesome and ends awesome but in the middle it gets a little boring to be honest. Best song is "Never Try" i looove that song

Biography

Formed: 1995

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Down are an all-star heavy metal side project whose original lineup consisted of members from Pantera (singer Phil Anselmo), Corrosion of Conformity (guitarist Pepper Keenan), and Crowbar (guitarist Kirk Windstein, bassist Todd Strange, and drummer Jimmy Bower). Formed in the mid-'90s when Pantera were on a brief break (between their Far Beyond Driven and The Great Southern Trendkill...
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