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its it really THAT hard to find people to write decent reviews? COME ON
Yea, I agree about Haymaker. 6 is probably too high a score for this record.
this review is about on par with cory's normal gay shit
Dave Peters never played for Eighteen Visions, Keith Barney did. As for Haymaker being their musical peak... I don't think so man.
If memory serves me correctly Tommy Love didn't play on Vendetta and Mentley's on bass
I've said it once, I've said it a thousand times... pre-haymaker throwdown was an awesome band
"Still the fact remains that their musical peak was, and perhaps always will be, Haymaker." 100%.
"Still the fact remains that their musical peak was, and perhaps always will be, Haymaker." What the f*ck are you talking about? Raise your fist in the air... drug free.
yet another reason why Gluck is the biggest gay that reviews music on this site. 6/10? You fruit. This should be lower than zero.
Haymaker sucked!! They should have stopped after "you don't have to be blood..."
man i used to be so into this band back in 2002.
"Dave Peters never played for Eighteen Visions, Keith Barney did."....Yeah, Peters actually did play for Eighteen Visions. But, that's beside the point - this album f*cking sucks. 0/10.
Throwdown stunt doubles write a pop punk tribute to a Pantera album, turns the numetal scene on its head with headlines such as "dumb f*cking music for dumber f*cking people", film at 11'.
wait. lamb of god? borefest? they may never write anything on par with as the palaces burn but i would take anything from their last 2 over anything throwdown has ever done.
Can't take a review seriously from some dumbass who calls Lamb of God worse than Throwdown's shittiest effort to date
Dude, everyone was talking about how Lamb of God ripped off Pantera with the Redneck song and other ones from the new album. But it just ended up sucking because they wrote it for the masses (major label instructions). On Venom & Tears, Throwdown pulls off the Pantera shtick better. More active riffs, more dynamism in the vocals. It's just so derivative that it ends up being funny. But quality-wise, it's definitely superior to LOG.
Shittiest album... shittiest reviewer. Looks like this relationship worked out perfectly. LOG > Throwdown
blatantly ripping off pantera was the best decision throwdown ever made.
this band went down hill when keith quit. this album is god aweful. 0/10
I'd be willing to bet throwdown intended on ripping off Pantera and doesn't really give a f*ck
whatever happened to taking influence from bands rather than straight up taking riffs from albums? and whats with these bands doing this southern fried wanna-be pantera schtick as of late?? At least LOG are from virginia.. if you ain't from the gawdamn south, don't f*ckin' try boys!!!
shit f*cking review and album. Nu-Metal makes it triumphant return in 07 under the guise of "pantera worship"
I'm sure this album sucks, but I have to say beyond repair is throwdown's best album and will always be.
I heard this album and it definately sounds like Pantera. However, A Perfect Murder did a more blatent (and poor) job of ripping off Pantera. Then, just when I thought it couldn't get worse I saw The Showdown on Ozzfest: biggest joke ever.
throwdown is dead ! good luck playing for metal and nu metal kids! f*ck your so called edge and so called hardcore ! you´re not a part of this scene
Pretty decent review, Throwdown's last 2 albums were pretty good, but Beyond Repair is definitely their best album.
Still here brah, I ghostwrote this shit for a million bucks. BLACK TOOTH!
f*ck. they have another one coming out? stop supporting this garbage.
f*ck OFF dude, your shit talking motivated that ex-marine meathead to kill me
how can you give an album that has riffs taken directly out of other band's material and still give it a reasonable review?! it doesnt matter what you think of phil anselmo: throwdown makes money doing things pantera did along time ago. to me thats f*ckin pathetic......
You are all misled sheep. Hardcore is the opiate of the prep masses. Goth metal is supreme disturbed is darker and heavier than throwdown will ever be.
"kids may still sing along to your songs, but your words mean shit anymore" ^keith in 2000 > throwdown in 07 ....
i actually think this is a great album its a self corss breed record. you got your haymaker and vendetta and new shit in here. i mean lets see here the songs hellbent on war perfect f*cking chugga hardcore song for haymaker fans, plus scum fast paste hardcore song and i suicide is also with fast rifgaye both for haymker fans then you ill never die a poisend death deffenate haymaker song with chugg but great different melody to. then the rest are all mis of every thing like vedetta and southernis
honestly, XtdX went down hill with vendetta, haymaker was a bunch of older songs with Dave as a vocalist, i wasn't very impressed with it. Their best work was face the mirror EP and back. but seriously, this album was more of a disappointment than the new bleeding through... and pantera is best imitated by a perfect murder, and that's even bad... just leave redneck metal to the hicks
im not a metal fan, i listen really various stuff, everytime everyday i listen music, i heard a lot of pantera stuff then, and im still not a fan of them even if i recognized the huge talent of them. the point is throwdown has make a big mistake doing this, because its already being made in a better way. too bad, this band had potential and this new album sucks heavy sht.. they lost their credibility.