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Even though nobody may ever find this album i must say that to me this is one of the finest albums of the late 1990's and a huge part of my life in that period. A heavy churning crunchy blast of intensity that hits you like a pallot of bricks falling on you from a three story building. Not a bad song on here and they all bring something different to the table. Judging by what i have heard on itunes from there albums since BLAZE this is by far the bands peak of its powers. A great live band during the time of this album as well i saw them more than a half dozen times and they never disappointed, truely an awesome group in this era and if you like what you hear on this you must buy and trust me you wont regret it. BUY IT AND PLAY VERY LOUD!


Formed: 1992 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Metal

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

A pioneering American sludge metal troupe based out of Los Angeles, California, 16 is credited with helping to shape the seismic hard rock subgenre alongside accordant extreme metal acts like Acid Bath, Eyehategod, and Crowbar. Founded in 1992 by Bobby Ferry (guitar), Cris Jerue (vocals), and Jason Corley (drums), the band issued its debut full-length album, Curves That Kick, in 1993 via hardcore punk/heavy metal scene maker Pushead's independent Bacteria Sour label. Citing a wide array of influences...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: Nov 11, 1997

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