Dr. Living Dead – Crush the Sublime Gods (Century Media)


The most striking thing about this band is the fact they are not American. Formed in Sweden in 2007 the band have taken aspects of all the different scenes within the USA from the 80s, mashed them together to come up with a fun and vicious record. Throughout this album you will hear, Metallica, Anthrax,The most striking thing about this band is the fact they are not American. Formed in Sweden in 2007 the band have taken aspects of all the different scenes within the USA from the 80s, mashed them together to come up with a fun and vicious record. Throughout this album you will hear, Metallica, Anthrax, Suicidal Tendencies, Vio-lence and Exodus, unashamedly so by their own admission ignoring innovation in favour of simply writing memorable songs. Image wise they look like an undead Suicidal Tendencies which works really well or is just plain idiotic looking depending on what side of the fence you are on in the image stakes. However, with music this good the image is irrelevant. This is the third outing for the band and again they have delivered the goods. Opening in the age old tradition of an instrumental with news clips and other samples thrown in sets the scene nicely for the opening title track. Dr. Mania (Vocals) on this track has a passing resemblance to the unique voice of Sean Killian (Vio-lence) which is not something you hear everyday. Throughout the album you can identify all the greats for example “Civilised to Death” is screaming Exodus […]

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