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Customer Reviews

For fans of Ghost Machine and FFDP alike

I came across this album purely by chance. Always liked Five Finger Death Punch's music but never bothered to look into the band until now. Since then I have bought this and am in the process of buying Ghost Machine now. Great album as a whole, weird sounds in between songs included. They remind me of the opening tracks of Slipknots albums, heavy on synth and dark background noises. Ivan Moody's switch between the melody of tracks like 'No Name' to the screams in 'Fight' are nothing new, if I was being honest, but he does it in an individual way so as you know instantly who it is singing.

Great all round album if you like your music with more meat in the songs than usual. Play it loud enough it may make your ears bleed ;) Not for fans of Pop Idol though.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

The Texas experimental metal act Motograter is comprised of Ghost (vocals), Smur (drums/samples), Crispy (drums/vocals) and Nuke (guitar). The angst-ridden foursome take their name from a self-built springed/percussion instrument that's made of heavy cable, cranks,...
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Motograter, Motograter
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  • £12.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Hard Rock, Alternative, Metal, Hip-Hop/Rap, Rap
  • Released: 19 June 2003
  • Parental Advisory

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