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Odd Fellows Rest
Odd Fellows Rest
Genres: Rock, Metal
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All Artists: Crowbar
Title: Odd Fellows Rest
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Mayhem Records
Release Date: 7/7/1998
Genres: Rock, Metal
Styles: Alternative Metal, Death Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 090861111625

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Crowbar - 'Odd Fellows Rest' (Mayhem)
Mike Reed | USA | 02/12/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Band's fifth CD.Things start off with a heavy keyboard melody that leads right into "Planets Collide".The track "1000 Year Internal War" is rather slow,almost death metal-like.A couple of other key tunes here are the Down-ish "To Carry The Load","December's Spawn" and the knee-wackin' "Behind The Black Horizon".Nice sludge metal effort.Line-up:Kirk Windstein-guitar&vocals,Matt Thomas-guitar,Todd Strange-bass and Craig Numenmacher-drums.I've seen Crowbar play several times now and they're quite a metal act to see.Remember what Beavis and Butthead quipped during one of their Mtv videos?Butthead asked,"Another heavy metal video where a guy's screaming while he's taking a dump.How many fat guys are there in Crowbar?".Should appeal to fans of Pantera,Tad,Mind Funk,Melvins and Prong."
Great new release from a long-standing Sludge-Metal band
Mike Reed | 07/28/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)

"CROWBAR has returned with a very powerful outing here. True Sludge-Metal, from the bogs and swamps of New Orleans. CROWBAR's latest release really hits you with a wide variety of music, but rest assured, all of the variety doesn't detract from the overall theme of HEAVINESS that oozes off this release like swamp mud out of one's shoes. Favorite songs of mine are "1,000 Year Internal War," "To Carry The Load," "It's All In The Gravity," and "New Man Born." But fear not...while these songs are my favorites, I thoroughly enjoyed each of the 12 songs on this brutal release. This is a band that's not for the faint of heart--if you cannot handle crushing guitars, brutal bass, and pounding drums--and vocals that seem to leap out at you and strangle your ears with the sheer ferocity and anguish they contain--then CROWBAR isn't for you. If you can handle the pressure of this greatness, though, you're in for a great experience of New ! Orleans-style depression and anger."
Great Crowbar.....
Mike Reed | 04/21/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I like this one better than Time Heals Nothing. I think the vocals are really good, and that they've always been sort of a "song-based" metal band. Sometimes the ideas get a little tired, and it's nice that they know one tempo, but...overall it's still good!"