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Band
Christ Inversion
Title
Christ Inversion
Type
LP/EP
Company
Housecore
YOR
2008
Style
Black
7/9/2010 4:20:59 PM - Review by: Greg Watson
Christ Inversion is one of Phil Anselmo's black metal side projects that he took on during his time with Pantera. As far as the production goes it has an expected garage quality to it--muddled and poor at times. The music is your chaotic guitar riffs with blast beats scattered throughout and some atmospheric keyboards. The vocals are high pitched, barked and unintelligible at times. There is nothing really stellar here. The songs tend to bleed together and a vast majority feature obscure horror clips at the beginning with similar structure and sound. For me this was a very pedantic and boring CD I barely made it through.
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    2.5 :AVE RATING

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REVIEWER DATE MADE RATING
Christ Inversion
2008
Housecore
Greg Watson7/9/2010
2.5

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