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One of the exciting bands that came out of Britain's alternative metal underground in the early '90s was Fudge Tunnel, whose Hate Songs in E Minor appealed to thrash and grindcore audiences despite the fact that it is neither. Blistering, noisy items like "Gut Rot," "Tweezers," and "Soap and Water" are really too slow to be considered thrash or grindcore, but because the trio packs such a raw, jagged, punk-influenced punch, the same headbangers who were moshing to Deicide, Cannibal Corpse, Obituary, and Gwar in the early '90s also proved receptive to Fudge Tunnel. Punk's naked aggression is a major influence on this CD, which favors rawness all the way and is without a trace of slickness — Hate Songs in E Minor was hardly recorded with Poison and Warrant fans in mind. But Fudge does acknowledge more mainstream rock with inspired, punk-minded interpretations of Cream's "Sunshine of Your Love" and Ted Nugent's "Cat Scratch Fever" — in fact, the trio dedicates this album to the Motor City Madman. Hate Songs in E Minor is a reckless, in-your-face gem that fans of alternative metal should make a point of searching for.

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Planets Aligned

This album is incredible. Hard to define. NOT metal. NOT hardcore. DEFINITELY NOT grunge. NOT punk. Sort of an odd mix of all forms of heavy music. But the planets aligned when Alex, Dave and Adrian made this record because every song is incredible. Much like AC/DC, every song sounds ALMOST the same, but the subtle differences in each cut makes every song great. I really, really advise any fan of heavy music to buy this album. The follow up EP, "Teeth" is nearly equally great and the follow up LP, "Creep Diets" is a half notch below but still VERY good.

Biography

Formed: 1989 in Nottingham, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Despite their rough-hewn, incredibly heavy, feedback-drenched sound, Nottingham's Fudge Tunnel quickly transcended the obvious heavy metal tag to find widespread critical praise outside such limits. And while this support never did translate into commercial success, it is interesting to note that Fudge Tunnel's surprising crossover appeal, along with their...
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