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Paegan Terrorism Tactics
Acid Bath
Paegan Terrorism Tactics
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
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No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: ACID BATH Title: PAEGAN TERRORISM TACTICS Street Release Date: 11/12/1996


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All Artists: Acid Bath
Title: Paegan Terrorism Tactics
Members Wishing: 6
Total Copies: 0
Label: Rotten
Original Release Date: 11/12/1996
Re-Release Date: 10/29/1996
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal
Styles: Goth & Industrial, Alternative Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 032357300021


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Media Type: CD
Street Release Date: 11/12/1996

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Almost a Mix of Down/Pantera/Sixty Watt Shaman/Eyehategod
Mono-Grind | Here | 04/22/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Acid Bath is a band i really don't know that much about. They're a really melodic, heavy band that can fuse different genres into each song, and in saying that, they're also very creative. Plus, my Girlfriend likes them alot lot (Mmhmm). Vocalist, Dax Riggs can really scream (Hence the reference to the band "Eyehategod", which he reminds me of when he does scream..), and when he sings melodically and slowly, sounds alot like Phil Anselmo from Down/Pantera/Superjoint Ritual, among others.

As a whole i think this band would fit in the Hard Rock/Metal genre. Songs like "Paegan Love Song", "Bleed Me An Ocean", "Diab Soule", "Locust Spawning", "13 Fingers" and "New Corpse", are the heaviest songs on this album. The songs inbetween, like "Graveflower", "New Death Sensation", one of my favourite tracks "Venus Blue", and "Dead Girl" show the melodic creativity within this band.

Acid Bath are very talented, and they can create songs that make you want to sing (Or scream) along with them, or can actually make you sad. Dax Riggs is in my top 10, of the most talented vocalists in Metal. The music can go from acoustic, to all out sludgey riffs and "Eyehategod" type screaming, then to "Down"-like melodic riffs, all in the space of one song sometimes.

I think if you enjoy bands like Crowbar, Pantera, Down, Sixty Watt Shaman or Eyehategod, you will really enjoy Acid Bath. Unique, Creative, Melodic, Heavy and Talented. Acid Bath are all those things and alot more. This album is easily 5/5 and highly recommended."
Very Groundbreaking, Despite What That Other Reviewer Said
No Name | Winona, MN | 10/29/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"One of the reviewers to post shortly before me claimed that Acid Bath was not only "Not groundbreaking" but also "sludge". I am not going to insult your opinion, nor unreasonably ridicule you. However, why must opposition to this band's popularity be so violent? First of all to compare Acid Bath to Soundgarden is blasphemy... They are nothing alike, and Dax's voice has a better, less nasally range with a much more effective scream for his style of music, which by the way is completely different from Cornell's.

Anyway this album rocks.. There are a few good reviews on here already, so I'll spare you. It's the same deal as on The Kite Sting Pops, and it proves that you can't have too much of a good thing.

One final note, keep in mind that Acid Bath was around in 1992... They defined this new wave of deathmetal, whether you want to think so or not. No one has surpassed Dax's lyrical style as of yet, nor are they likely to anytime soon, but God knows they all keep on trying."
Beautiful, Hypnotic, Moving, Scary...
C. Smith | 09/18/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"There's no need for comparisons here. Acid Bath did not sound like Soundgarden, and Dax Riggs does not sound like Chris Cornell. Both were good bands with talented frontman but the comparisons are rather feeble. They were both heavy bands interested in the darker side of psychedelia, but it doesn't go any farther than that.

Now then, Paegan Terrorism Tactics is one of the best albums of the 1990's. The songwriting is at an extremely high level here, well-constructed and well-played. It's impossible for me to *not* get lost in the glorious atmosphere of this music. Call it doom metal, psych-rock, grunge, goth, heavy blues... it doesn't matter, like all great music this transcends stylstic boundries and music critic vocabulary. The only thing that matters is the music itself, and the music is undoubtedly great."