Philip H. Anselmo & Illegals, The - Walk Through Exits Only mp3 album
Phil H. Anselmo & The Illegals. Walk Through Exits Only. Conflict (Nerve Meets Bone)" by Philip H. Anselmo And The Illegals. Off the "War Of The Gargantuas" split EP with Warbeast youtube. Phil H.
Walk Through Exits Only is utterly relentless in it's progress. There's little in the way of light and shade –certainly nowhere to relax – and that's probably the intention, but as a piece of heavy music –in a music industry where it would be very easy for Anselmo to play it a little safe – it's as daring and as experimental an album as you're likely to hear all year. The 2013 version of Philip Anselmo calls his own shots and takes the resulting feedback –good or bad – squarely on the chin. He's earned that right
Since day one, Walk through Exits Only was billed as Anselmo’s return to hyper-aggressive, high-testosterone metal, a style which was largely created by him and has spawned countless imitators since. That’s great and all, except that Anselmo 1) hasn’t made a metal record in about a decade, and 2) has gone through some serious health issues since then. The rest of the Illegals do alright for themselves as well. I have no idea where the fuck guitarist Marzi Montazeri came from - supposedly he was in Superjoint, though I don’t recall seeing him during their short existence - but it’s been much too long since we’ve heard Phil’s crusty voice accompanied by some shred-ass lead guitar. Montazeri is no Dimebag Darrell, but he has a similar instinct to balance Anselmo’s relentless anger with somewhat melodic and entertaining solos.
Though Walk Through Exits Only is definitely a refreshing departure for Anselmo, the band behind him shouldn't be overlooked. Guitarist Marzi Montazeri, drummer José Manuel Gonzalez, and bassist Bennett Bartley provide an ever-changing landscape of punishing metal that mercilessly shoves listeners in every direction without ever letting them settle down and take in everything that's happening around them.
Fleshed out by his backing band The Illegals; Walk Through Exits Only is Anselmo‘s long-awaited solo offering. A visceral, disturbing look into the mind of a man whose talent and attitude irrevocably changed metal for the better. As Walk Through Exits Only proves, all The Kid wants is release. This album is Anselmo cutting a swath through years of pent up, overgrown extremity and gnarled aggression.
When you think of pissed-off albums, BLACK FLAG's "My War" is at the forefront of them all. That, and MINOR THREAT's "Out of Step". Every so often an album distinguishes itself in the metal and punk sanctions as authentically pissed-off. Considering there's so much artifice in disguise of angst these days, when you hear the real McCoy, it's enough to cause shivers. Leave it to one of metal's most revered screamers to outdo himself
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Album Walk Through Exits Only. 1. 2. Betrayed Lyrics. I’ve been betrayed Revolt, revolt, revolt I’ve been betrayed Revolt, revolt, revolt I’ve been betrayed Revolt, revolt, revolt. How can they sleep with themselves at night? When the blur that surrounds them distracts and then blinds? This is a call for mass awareness This is the time to stand resolute Resolute. You’ve been betrayed Insult, insult, insult You’ve been betrayed Insult, insult, insult You’ve been betrayed Insult, insult, insult, insult. Walk Through Exits Only Philip H. Music Media Is My Whore. Battalion of Zero. 4. Usurper Bastard's Rant. 5. 6. Bedroom Destroyer. 8. Irrelevant Walls and Computer Screens.