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Death Tribe 'Beyond Pain and Pleasure: A Desert Experiment' Album Review By Allyson Kingsley

Death Tribe

Beyond Pain and Pleasure: A Desert Experiment


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Album Review By Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

Boston Rock Radio


If ever a band rages against the absolute socio-political abuses that is the reality of today, it is Death Tribe. Though the crooked and downright frightening political roots they sing of are from another country, it may as well be our own. Death Tribe sees that the world is sick and scarred and are making a voice of awareness

Coming from the war torn region of Beirut, Anthony Kaoteon (vocalist, guitarist) combines elements of thrash, death and black metal to express his fury over what he has seen beginning at an early age. Along with Linus Klausenitzer (Obscura, Alkaloid, Kaoteon) on bass and Mattias Landes (Dark Fortress, ReVamp) on drums, they vociferate their anger and rage into this beautifully extreme metal.

From the outset of "Hollow" you are thrown into a wall of sound and a world that is not safe, one that doesn't care. As you travel through the album you are entrenched in a warfare where there is only death, misery, poverty and violence. Just from the titles of the songs such as "Implode Explode," "Neurotic Breakdown," and "Narcissist Bastard Nation" you will hear no mercy. A war torn country is not something anyone should experience but it certainly provides material for the lyrics.

What is potent about Beyond Pain and Pleasure: A Desert Experiment is the entire album is so bloody real and raw. It has a mainly black and death metal flavor but also adds other little ingredients done with precision and ease.





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