Rip Ride Personnel: Cronos vocals ; Mantas guitar, background vocals ; Abaddon drums, sampler. Add to Cart. God Dethroned. How to Order. International Shipping. Return Policy. Order Items by Catalog. View Catalogs Online. Safe Shopping Guarantee. El disco de versiones es cojonudo. Al menos no suenan a grupo versionandose a si mismos.
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Carnivorous 5. Skeletal Dance 6. Megalomania 7. Insane 8. Harder Than Ever 9. Into the Fire School Daze It was also the first in a trilogy of Venom albums that featured bassist and vocalist Tony "Demolition" Dolan, who replaced founding member Cronos. As such, many fans immediately dismiss this album before even giving it a chance. However, I find "Prime Evil" to be one of the band's best albums. No, it doesn't have that same raw, noisy, chaotic sound as "Black Metal" or "Welcome to Hell".
The recording quality has improved and the musicianship is far more polished. His lead work is outstanding, as is the tight riffs. New vocalist Tony Dolan rips and tears his vocals chords as he grunts out the vocals to each and every song. Actually, there are times when Tony sounds a lot like Cronos on "Prime Evil".
The band also added second guitarist Al Barnes, who is credited with rhythm guitar. How much involvement he had with the recording is unknown. Barnes left the band shortly after the album was released. The first two tracks here just completely kick butt! I would imagine had either of these songs been recorded on those first two albums, fans would herald them as classics.
Has this song been recorded by Kreator or Destruction, metal fans would have been singing it's praises, but because it's on a vastly ignored Venom album, it is all but forgotten. It actually doesn't sound all that bad, and nearly sounds like a Venom original, but Sabbath fanatics like myself will just be annoyed that the band left off the first half of the song. The new version isn't bad at all, but doesn't really add anything to the original, other than better production.
Lyrically, it seems like the band has toned down the b-grade Satanism and occult lyrics that they had become known for. I must admit, however, that I didn't spend any time reading over the lyrics to "Prime Evil".
Venom are not a band whose lyrics have ever been of interest to me. It's a shame that fans dismiss this album as "not really Venom". As already stated, I find "Prime Evil" to be one of Venom's best. The musicianship is better, the production is better and the songs are excellent. This might not be "Black Metal Part 2" , but it's still a fine heavy metal album.
Perhaps the album should have been named "Prime Metal". Cursed 2. I'm Paralysed 3. Black Legions 4. Riddle of Steel 5.
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Dead on Arrival 3. Snots Shit 4. Black Metal [ remix ] 5. Hounds Of Hell 6. Bitch Witch 9. Intro Tapes [Tours ''86] Possessed [ remix ] Sadist Mistress Of The Whip Manitou [ Abbey Road Uncut Mix ] Venom have more rarities compilations than any band I know of, save for perhaps Motorhead.
It also offers a bit of insight into the bizarre sense of humor of this band. Quite the introduction! The remixed version of "Black Metal" doesn't sound all that different from the original version; perhaps a bit cleaner. There are several previously unreleased tracks including "Dead on Arrival" a fairly standard Venom track with a catchy guitar riff and a screamin' solo , "Snot's Shit" a pure joke track, sort of sloppy garage punk , "Hounds of Hell" another typically heavy Venom number , "Bitch Witch" a mid-paced number and a short metal romp called "Sadist Mistress of the Whip ".
What was unique to this CD compilation at the time of it's release was the demo tracks featuring Clive "Jesus Christ" Archer on vocals. The demos are very crudely recorded, even more so than the albums themselves. Archer doesn't really sound all that different than Cronos. This version of "Angel Dust" is quite good, despite the raw production. The Evil One 2. Raised in Hell 3. All Devils Eve 4. Bleeding 5. Domus Mundi 7. Flight of the Hydra 8.
God's Forsaken 9. Mortals Infectious Kings of Evil You're All Gonna Die Judgement Day Intro 2. Bloodlust 3. Die Hard 4. Acid Queen 5. Bursting Out 6. Warhead 7. Lady Lust 8. Manitou 9. Rip Ride Venom After releasing several albums with a rotating line-up, as well as a ton of compilation albums, "Cast in Stone" marked the return of the original line up of Cronos, Mantas and Abaddon. This '97 version of Venom had many similarities to early Venom, but there are many differences as well.
The songs for the most part are more mid-tempo, but still encompassed a big, powerful, metal sound. In those early daysVenom were sonically more raw early thrash metal and though some may consider it blasphemy, they had a lot of punk in their sound as well. Similarly, "Bleeding" is a slow but punishingly heavy song. Of course, who would expect them to? The song starts off with a nearly two minute long instrumental before breaking into it's first heavy riff. With track six things get a little strange.
Fast and messy, this song sounds odd tacked onto the end of "Domus Mundi". As the song title might suggest, Venom try to prove to the world that they are evil incarnate. Throughout the CD, the lyrics are meant to offend; purposely blasphemous and anti-Christian. I've read that the some of this disc was actually written by Abaddon for a different project, which may explain the odd stylistic jumps. I suppose it could be viewed as an album that showcases a lot of talent and ability to play many styles of metal, but overall, Cast in Stone wouldn't rank high on the list of the best Venom albums, even if songs like "The Evil One" could easily be considered among the band's best songs.
The second disc consists of early material that was re-recorded. They generally remained faithful to the original songs, but of course the production values are better. I'm not really sure that's a good thing in the case of Venom. The raw recording and nasty production was part of the charm of those early recordings. Welcome to Hell 2. Witching Hour 3. Angel Dust 4. Red Light Fever 5. Black Metal 6. Buried Alive 7. Teacher's Pet 8. Countess Bathory 9.
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