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Hell Is Here

The Crown

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Album Review

There's nothing wrong with metal. As long as the band doesn't take themselves too seriously, sound like every other Korn clone band, or name their albums Hell Is Here. Laughable titles aside, the Crown doesn't provide any occult gimmicks or hip-hop undertones. This is just a straight-up metal album with short bursts of punk-fueled Motörhead influences and dismal lyrics of evil, death, and all-around grimness. Although high on the cheese factor at times, the Crown is a nice standout in the pre-millennial time when metal has been practically ignored unless it has scratching turntables or oddly placed samples.

Customer Reviews

Blows me away

I first saw this band a while back and they told me some of the song names.. I started to think, damn this band is gonna be another stupid support band with names like Black Lightning and Give You Hell. But when they were done with the set, I was a believer.. The Crown is a must have in a metalheads collection... The Poison is one of the best songs on here, as well as Black Lightning.. check em out.

Biography

Formed: 1990 in Trollhättan, Sweden

Genre: Rock

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

From their inauspicious origins within a very crowded extreme music scene, Sweden's Crown slowly rose to the very top of the Scandinavian death metal class. Interestingly, throughout this gradual but inexorable climb, the members of the Crown didn't distinguished themselves for bringing innovations to the genre so much as for their unapologetic commitment to pure, unadulterated, lightning-fast, ear-shredding, Satan-worshiping death metal. "Crown of Thorns," as they were originally named, formed in...
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