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Mudvayne – The End Of All Things To Come – CD Review

Deviation is beautiful. The 2002 opus by Mudvayne, titled “The End Of All Things To Come” [No Name/Epic Records], has a few added subtle twists. New to the Mudvayne Aggro Metal machinations are some extra, clean emotive vocals with a chaotic, surreal edginess, and some odd-timing psychosis.

Guitar licks wash across bizarre, off-center rhythms at times. Chud‘s growls are superior—much better than his emotional howls. But for all the weaknesses, overall this is still a very good release.

The best of these visceral cuts include “Not Falling,” the violent beauty of “A Key To Nothing,” “Mercy, Severity,” “A World So Cold,” and “(Per) Version Of A Truth.” Mudvayne is a furious dynamic of sublime aggression.

In conclusion, this is one fierce slab of Aggro Metal. Let brutality be your guide. Stay savage. Farewell.

Related Bands: Slipknot, Lifer, Mushroomhead, No One, Lollipop Lust Kill, Kittie, Ill Nino, Dry Kill Logic, Simon Says, 12 Stones, Unloco, Soil, 36 Crazyfists, Stone Sour, Drowning Pool, Downthesun, etc.

Keep the faith, and the AGGRESSION. War.

Bill Vogel III
Email at: StrangeAeons@hatebox.net
Copyright 2003.
Courtesy of Stranger Aeons Magazine.

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