The House Harkonnen Vol. 4
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Audio CD, February 15, 2006
Hard hitting rock that will kick you in the ovaries and then skip town.
"We find The House Harkonnen guilty of rocking in the 1st degree." --Demo Diaries
"HK isn’t reinventing the wheel. They are covering it with spikes and rolling it over your face." --High Bias
"The House Harkonnen is the bastard child of Weezer and Superjoint Ritual." --Mike T., Sonic Research Lab, Texas
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Let me just say that this music is unique and awesome. It's hard and fast for the most part, storming out of the gates with the face melting inferno of, "Black Out Your Heart Man". The best thing about this album is that even at its most bombastic, it retains a very listenable melodic sensibility. Combine sweep picking scale runs with bendy Page/Floyd-esque solos, a consistent dual guitar "wall of sound" reminiscent of Judas Priest and Iron maiden, then add in a little bit of Pantera polish and you might have something close to The House Harkonnen.
Standout tracks are, "Black Out Your Heart Man", "Bullet", "You Are", "Waiting to Die" and "Emma". The solo at the end of, "Emma" is worth the price of admission for this EP, by itself. Check out this CD- highly recommended!