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Album Review

Mudvayne's self-titled album is slightly heavier than 2008's The New Game, but it still features songs that sound like a combination of Linkin Park and Tool — churning basslines, the occasional tribal-inspired rhythm, angsty roaring, and crooned choruses. However, there are some surprises on Mudvayne, like a surprisingly Slash-like guitar solo on "Closer" and the death metal intro to the Slipknot-esque "I Can't Wait," which recalls Mudvayne of old, moving in the direction of progressive rock while remaining extremely heavy.

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This is a real surprise. The previous album 'the New Game' had a few good songs but was almost universally seen as a pale, uninspired follow-up to 'Lost and Found', an album which although criticized in metal circles, was actually a really good mesh of excellent riffs, grooves and songwriting.

This returns to similar territory, although the quality of riffs is actually miles ahead of what they have done before. Whilst it still has some of the more radio-friendly singing found since their second album, when Mudvayne find their groove on this, it is honestly reminiscent of prime Pantera. Very impressive, a shame that the singer wishes to focus on the inferior band Hellyeah instead and has decided they won't tour this record!

Love this album

Mudvayne is back !!

Mudvayne's self-titled album

A great album, which is saying something. "The New Game" was good, but this is much better. Filled with a brilliant opener and even more suprising ender. I like how everything sounds on this record - drums, vox, guitars, bass. They seem to have said "we need to make something HEAVY guys" and they've gone and done.

One thing though, the black light thing is annoying. But cool.

Biography

Formed: 1996 in Peoria, IL

Genre: Rock

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

Heavy metal quartet Mudvayne formed in Peoria, IL, in 1996, its members adopting the unusual pseudonyms sPaG (M. McDonough) (drums), Gurrg (G. Tribbett) (guitar), and Kud (Chad Gray) (vocals). The group's original bassist was replaced after two years by Ryknow (Ryan Martinie). During their development, the bandmembers began the practice of applying bizarre makeup. After self-releasing their first album, Kill, I Oughta, they were signed by Epic Records and recorded their major-label debut, L.D. 50,...
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