Acid Bath - When The Kite String Pops album download
When the Kite String Pops is the debut album of American sludge metal band Acid Bath. Released on August 8, 1994, it is considered an underground classic. The album's artwork is a painting made by notorious serial killer John Wayne Gacy while in prison awaiting execution. The balloons on the lower part contain both his nickname, "Pogo the clown", and his name, J. W. Gacy.
Digitaly mastered at Future Disc by Eddie Shyer and Spike Cassidy. All music and lyrics by Acid Bath/Subversive Noise. The cover art ("Pogo the Clown, "Skull Clown was painted by infamous serial phile-necrophile John Wayne Gacy while he was in prison. because we can. Virgins play where the bayou's blue Barefoot (and bloody) eatin' mushroom stew Work for pay and pay for freedom Fuck 'em all, we don't need 'em We smoke the bones of baby dolls.
However, Acid Bath is certainly an acquired taste. Brilliantly and beautifully dark and melodic, every song on The Kite String Pops brings something powerful to the table. The band's own style varies, more or less, from song to song with lighter melodies like The Bones of Baby Dolls, and Scream of the Butterfly, and then deathmetal masterpieces like The God Machine and Toubabo Koomi.
Album Name When the Kite String Pops. 版公司 Rotten Records (USA). 14. Cassie Eats Cockaroaches. Other productions from Acid Bath.
This album is dedicated to Billy Maupins, Kenny and Lisa from Monroe. The remastering was done by Eddie Schreyer at Oasis Mastering.
Album · 1993 · 14 Songs.
A certified 90's metal classic, When the Kite String Pops is a crushing assault of all things vile and belligerent. However, restraint is a critical component of all great art, and Acid Bath finds the perfect melding of grisly force and thoughtful introspection on this mammoth 1994 release. Here is a band determined to thoughtfully unite the varying stylistic methods of heavy metal into a coherent whole, and they do so with a visceral intensity that is easy to celebrate