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Fused Together in Revolving Doors


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1. Nihilist
2. That Certain Special Ugly
3. Catalepsy
4. Like A Train Through A Pigeon
5. He Was Stretchiung, And The n He Climbed Up There
6. Breed The Cancer
7. L Formation
8. Dreaming In Dog Years
9. Sixteen Bit Fingerprint

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  • Audio CD (March 19, 2002)
  • Original Release Date: 2002
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Robotic Empire
  • ASIN: B000063WE9
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #904,418 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Pure intense music.
John Viagra
This album is chock full of deadly vocals, ferocious technical grinding guitar riffs, vicious breakdowns, and sick intense drumming.
Jeremy Brackeen
Overall, If your into technical metal influenced grindcore, this album is for you.
The J-Man

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Reed Rosenberg on January 14, 2003
Format: Audio CD
There's something in the water in Boston and this year The Red Chord have proved it by following up last year's Boston hardcore/metal masterpieces (Converge's Jane Doe and American Nightmare's Background Music) with a tech metal album that is both accessible and fun yet still innovative. Combining the best aspects of death metal, grind, and hardcore, The Red Chord deliver a disemboweling nine song, thirty minute time signature juggling expose. Incomprehensibly fast and original drumming, technical riffing, and some of the best Godzilla impressions in years are all present. The Red Chord have raised the bar for technical metal on their first release, an astounding feat to say the least. Metalheads, expect to hear much more from this little known band in the future.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Total Scumbag on September 15, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the fastest most insane pieces of grindcore fury I have ever heard. The thing that seperates this band from all the other grind bands is this band's songs are a little bit longer and they incorporate brutal death vocals (this band is not goregrind though). Also they throw in a few hardcore elements, and this band is really popular in the hardcore scene. Don't be fooled though this isn't tough guy hardcore, screamo, or anything like that, this is more like grind-metal played by hardcore kids. There isn't that many breakdowns on this CD but when they do break down it sounds unbelievable due to the overall fast intense pace of the rest of the cd. I look forward to future releases by this band, and their future looks good, as they just got signed to Metal Blade records. This is highly recommended for fans of Pig Destroyer, Agoraphobic Nosebleed, Converge, Premonitions of War, On Broken Wings, or anyone who loves fast intense music that makes you want to punch people in the face.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. M. Dugdall on July 17, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Ok, far too many people dish out 5 star ratings to everything they've ever seen, this is stupid, and annoying, and doesn't allow people reading the reviews to get any idea of the rating system.
4 stars is the most i've ever given in a review before...4 stars=superior to others in it's Genre.
This Cd isn't just something you put on because you like a specific song, this cd is a musical experience, like sitting down to watch a movie, you don't select your favourite scene before you've experience the whole show.
It explodes into riff chaos, drummers arms flailing around, vocal chords get smashed against a wall and dragged along a grater. This is brutal, after the initial explosion, rythm takes control, and pushes forward into the first song. Each song explodes and cascades across a jagged metal landscape, but they indulge into real diversity within and inbetween each song, calming down for ambient brakes and tense build ups, un-predictable, with no hooks, just good, honest, metal.
Words are rubbish, they're someone elses opinion, i recommend the cd, support smaller bands.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The J-Man on March 13, 2006
Format: Audio CD
The Red Chord can be described as Grindcore/Metal. Although usually mostly grindcore influenced. Also have some Jazz influenced parts, like The Dillinger Escape Plan.

To an untrained ear, It may sound like just noise with spastic drumming, and guitar all over the place, but that is in a sense what Grindcore is. This album is extremely technical, and you will find yourself amazed at their brilliance in their songwriting.

This album (To me) is better than the follow-up, Clients. It contains more memorable moments, and variety, where as Clients is bland compared to "Fused Together..."

Any, some of the people who reviewed this album, are not very educated when it comes to bands such as The Red Chord. They are NOT Hardcore, or Death Metal. IF you are into stuff like that, Forget buying this album.

Nihilist:

Begins with a straightforward grindcore passage, progresses into a more "hardcore" sounding chord progression. (Thats for the red chord, and is by no means "hardcore") Anyway, pretty fast technical song. This Re-release also contains a Live version of this song, which I highly recommend, just because the way they start it out.

"Hi, were the Red Chord, this next songs called..." Immediately starts the song.

Ends with an awesome Jazz chord progression.

That Certain Special Ugly:

Kind of minor sounding guitar harmonies begin the song following a sample of a spinning top. Progresses into more "red chord" style grindcore. Pretty metal influenced song.

Catalepsy:

One of my favorites of this album. Very metal influenced with alot of pinch harmonics. Guy, the vocalist does alot of Low vocals, which is his specialty.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Brackeen on June 20, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I bought The Red Chord's debut album "Fused Together in Revolving Doors" at Best Buy for $11.99 when I was down in Eau Claire, and I really like it alot. Personally I find this album alot better than their follow up "Clients". FTIRD is a pure ferocious blistering technical grindcore/death metal assault that will just beat you to a bloody pulp. They also have hardcore influences as well, but they are far from being hardcore or metalcore. This album is chock full of deadly vocals, ferocious technical grinding guitar riffs, vicious breakdowns, and sick intense drumming. Guy Kozowyk's growling vocals are just brutal and deadly as hell. Guitarists Mike McKenzie (who does backing vocals) and Kevin Rampelberg lay down a barrage of monster grinding riffs that slice and dice through your skin like a razorblade. Adam Wentworth's bass lines are good and very deep. Mike Justian's drumming is absolutely sick and intense. Plenty of vicious piledriving blast beats and nasty double bass throughout.

The first song "Nihilist" opens the album with a barrage of grinding guitars, jackhammering blast beats, and Guy's sick growling vocals come into play without warning. This song is very heavy and intense throughout, and it's my favorite song on the album. The second track "That Certain Special Ugly" is more mid tempo with more hypnotic riffs, while the next two tracks "Catalepsy" and "Like a Train Through a Pigeon" come back at you fast with more rampaging drums and speeding guitars. Other standouts including "L Formation" and "Dreaming in Dog Years" (which is one of the band's most popular songs) keep the sheer ferocious aggression going.

The songs and the ratings:

1. Nihilist - 5/5 (Favorite song)

2. That Certain Special Ugly - 5/5

3. Catalepsy - 5/5

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