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A trippy hip-hop duo coming straight outta Crooklyn, MCs Mr. Dead and Big Pat find inspiration in subject matter fueled in no small part by a variety of illicit chemical substances. Similarities to early-'90s rap duo New Kingdom abound, from the distinctively bizarre lyrical approach to the production of former New Kingdom knob-twiddler Scott Harding (aka Scotty Hard) on the furiously freaky "Create and Divide." The production by BIMOS on the majority of the album's tracks is a little too underground (i.e. muddy and repetitive) to hit the big time, but the duo's sharp rhymes and unique lyrical flows show enormous potential.


Formed: 1999

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s

Metabolics came together in 1999 when horror film makeup aficionado and MC Mr. Deadand his menacing sidekick, Big Pat, met Wordsound kingpin Spectre at the Prince Paul video shoot where Dead was doing makeup. Being at the helm of a label well known as a haven for the weird, Spectre was taken in by Metabolics' cocktail of grisly horror imagery, bizarre references, and straight-up East Coast-style rapping. The M-Virus, their Wordsound debut, featured production and contributions from New Kingdom's...
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