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Living Sacrifice
Living Sacrifice
Living Sacrifice
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal, Christian
 
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All Artists: Living Sacrifice
Title: Living Sacrifice
Members Wishing: 3
Total Copies: 0
Label: Solid State Records
Release Date: 6/15/1999
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Metal, Christian
Style: Hard Rock & Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 647077114225, 0647077114256, 647077114256

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This album is incredible thrash metal
05/06/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album in the first in the rereleases of a very underrated metal band, Living Sacrifice. This album was done in the style of Slayer, before they went all out death metal. If your into great thrash metal, which unfortunately nobody does it anymore, get this album! It kicks! Get this one and the next rerelease, "Nonexistant", which is possibly the heaviest album ever made. Now if only they rereleased old Believer albums..."
Living Sacrifice - Self Titled
Edward J. Ferguson | Lexington, KY | 08/05/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)

"I have been listening to Slayer since 1986. I have been listening to Living Sacrifice since the day this disc was released back in 1991. They do not sound like Slayer! This is a good speed and thrash metal release with excellent drumming and some good aggression in the music. "Violence" and "The Prodigal" have some excellent riffs to bang your head too."
4 1/2 stars A pretty good debut by one of the best bands ev
the invader zim | Tupelo, MS USA | 04/24/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I am finally reviewing this debut cd of Living Sacrifice. This is probably there most underated album of all time. Sure they were musically "inspired" by Slayer, Anthrax, etc., but I really don't care because a lot of the fans of LS started out with their metalcore cds and don't like there old stuff and more than likley, think that a lot of those poser metalcore bands are the greatest thing since sliced bread. Instead, since I don't own anything form Slayer, I can say definately without being biased one bit that this is a very good cd. It's a brutal/speed thrash cd with some great music throughout. DJ's vocals are different of course, but so are all LS cds. In fact, I like his different vocal styles, especially on Nonexistent. I first tryed to get this cd from Lifeway in 2004 on sale for $2.50 (or maybe in early 2005, I can't quite remember) but it had sold out or something. Finally in July of 2005, I bought it at FYE used for 6.99 or 5.99 ( can't remember that to clearly either). All in all, not a bad album at all; it's not there best but definately one worth getting."