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Taste The Sin

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There’s a reason why Black Tusk refer to their sound as “swamp metal.” Not only is their brand of metal the murkiest, dirtiest sludge to come out of Savannah since Kylesa, but like the swamps it’s named for, it’s easy to get lost in and challenging to escape from. That’s the magic of Taste the Sin, Black Tusk’s debut for Relapse Records. There’s no prog wizardry or noodly, atmospheric head trips to get caught up in. Instead, Black Tusk delivers ten tracks of big and dirty Southern doom/sludge that draws you in with its simplicity, daring you to enter its murky depths. Once you’ve entered their world, prepare yourself to be taken on a relentless hell ride. The first line of the album opener, “Embrace the Madness,” is like an invitation, urging the listener with the lines “Time is coming, heed the sound, rip your face off, thrash around.” From then on, the album hurtles itself toward the finish line with single-minded determination. With almost all of the songs clocking in at under four minutes, it’s clear that Black Tusk aren’t interested in squandering time with patient build-ups and delicate layers of synthesizers. Subtlety is tossed to the wayside in favor of intensity, making Taste the Sin a condensed and incredibly satisfying listening experience.

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what?

Why doesn't anyone know about these guys? This album is honestly a better sludge record than Kylesa's "Static Tensions." The riffs are great, i love the drums, and the bass tone is sick. In twist the knife when everything but the bass cuts out it's insane. The vocals are great, very unique with three different voices. The whole album keeps you sucked in from start to finish. Great album that all sludge fans should own.

Great Sludge Album

However, it is not better than any Kylesa album.

Oh....my...

....wow. Wow. This. Is. Awsome. Sludge metal ecstasy!!!! I love it!!! NEEDS to be in your collection.

Biografía

Fecha de formación: Savannah, GA, 2005

Género: Metal

Años de actividad: '00s, '10s

Emerging onto the metal scene from Savannah, GA in 2005, Black Tusk specialize in a brand of sludgy metal they call "swamp metal." The band, consisting of members Andrew (guitar/vocals), Athon (bass/vocals), and James (drums/vocals), combines the drive of fellow Savannah residents Baroness with the thick and murky stoner sludge of High on Fire. In 2005 the band self-released its first demo, Demos and the Demons, as well as the album When Kingdoms Fall, which was released on Wrecked Signal. Two years...
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