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Kill Trend Suicide


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Audio CD, October 1, 1996
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1. Blind Leading The Blind
2. Pass Some Down
3. Let's Go To War
4. Hypocrite Invasion
5. Everflow
6. Zombie
7. Homesick
8. Humanity's Folly
9. I Killed My Family
10. Kill Trend Suicide

Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 1, 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Relapse
  • ASIN: B00000112V
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #100,696 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By aphexin on March 15, 2000
Format: Audio CD
"KILL TREND SUICIDE" is an odd record to review. While it was released by one of the best, no, THE best grindcore gods, it doesn't sound like anything else they have done. This recording was rushed, as the delays from their last release were quite lengthy, resulting in the somewhat "thin" grindcore sound and the displaced baboon shrieks, grunts and groans from Kevin Sharp. The guitars from gurn are slick and blazingly fast, and Danny's bass rumbles and churns from behind. While all of this complements each other, one must not forget Rich Hoak's insane drumming; it sounds like he has a double bass setup, but it's only a single. Wow. Anyway, with all of this, you might ask yourself why the lower rating? Well, after the third song, some noises start to sound a bit samey. And this is coming from a diehard Brutal Truth fan. I would not recommend this for someone who is looking to get into BT. I would suggest "SOunds of the Animal Kingdom" and "Need to Control" which are both staples of grindcore. With the mixing elements of different types of music on this EP (grind, thrash, techno, even black), it may sound like a plethora of goodies for the ear. Maybe. But it takes a mighty talented one to sort it ALL out and enjoy and respect EVERYTHING. Like I said, start with "Sounds" or "Need" if you want to dip your toes into Brutal Truth, but if you want something a little off center from what grindcore is considered to be, take a stab at this.
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Format: Audio CD
I only recently 'discovered' this band, long after they broke up. I heard 'Need to Control' then quickly went for all the others. 'Kill Trend Suicide'is the last one I heard, and it marked a real change in sound from the first two with Earache records, going for a more stripped down grind approach.

It gets a lot of bad press for poor production, but I don't share this view; yes, it is murkier and more chaotic than the rest, but it's right for the songs here. It almost sounds live to me, and you can hear the first steps in this first album with Relapse towards their classic last album, 'sounds of the animal kingdom'.

I agree with the previous reviewer's comments on what to go for first if you are new to Brutal Truth, but don't miss this one out once you're into them;it is an essential piece of the evolution of this fine band.
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Format: Audio CD
Been a Brutal Truth fan for quite some time now (mid 90s), the only reason im writing this review now - here in 09 - is because im new to amazon. That being said, I think this is one of BTs best efforts. Every song is rock solid and there are some quite unique and unexpected changes in some of the arrangements. There is a special connection with Kevin Sharps vocals and Richs "falling off of the stool" drumming style which leads to some cool spastic tempo tangents. I just wish there were more tracks is my only minor complaint. One doesn't neccessarily need to be a grindcore fan to appreciate this album. Some of the songs have kind of a hard groove to them. Great (but short) album!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By INFESTER on October 5, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I dont know why..this is ''OUT OF PRINT''!!! ZOGLAPSE..COME ON!!! EVEN BRUTAL TRUTH NOW???!!! NAW THEY WILL HAVE THIS IN STOCK AT THE LABEL AT THE LEAST!!

More NEW YORK METAL!!!

I have been FLIPPING out to this album for 5 years now!! never fails to make me RAGE..AND RAGE HARD!!

This is the kind of stuff some one locked in a tool shead LISTEN's to!! well some one who is a little PISSED..ENJOYS!!! I ALWAYS ENJOYED THIS!! WAS THE FIRST THING I GOT BY THEM AS WELL!!

All the other Brutal Truth albums are great..but this one hit the NAIL ON THE FUKKIN HEAD!!

This is the END OF THE WORLD MUSIC!!! I am getting angry just thinking about this!!! RAGE!!!!

''I KILLED MY FAMILY''.one the best songs ever!!!! a cover song!! BUT STILL..this is the one song I like to sing..in the middle of my neighborhood!! cant STOP THAT CHORUS!! ALL HAIL THIS SONG!!!

This is one the best in GRIND!!!..and is prettey much UNKNOWN to most..so I did you a favor by telling you about this...arent I nice?? you bet yer ass I am!!

KILL TRNED SUICIDE..1996!!!! TIMELESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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