Killed By Cain
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Category: CCM Heavy Metal
|Label: R.E.X. Records
Catalog Number: 7901424079
John Warren vocals|
Tony Bowling guitars
Stephan Roland drums
Steve Curtsinger bass
|1. ||Intro to Hypocrisy ||0:54|
|2. ||Burn the Church ||3:09|
|3. ||Violence ||3:46|
|4. ||Thou Shalt Not Kill ||3:48|
|5. ||Gasoline ||4:12|
|6. ||Jezebel ||3:15|
|7. ||Father ||4:47|
|8. ||Sin City ||3:30|
|9. ||Walk the Line ||3:58|
|10. ||Gun Control ||3:47|
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|Total Running Time:|| 35:06|
Existing comments about this CD
|From: Alfred McCrae (IP unknown)
||Date: June 24, 2001 at 10:43|
|I think you guys are pretty good.
|From: Joshua (IP unknown)
||Date: July 30, 2001 at 20:11|
|I love the track burn the Church and gasoline.
|From: black Sheep (IP unknown)
||Date: August 24, 2001 at 9:27|
|gasoline the track it rocks keep the metal remember GOD BLESS and later
|From: Jonoo (IP unknown)
||Date: January 20, 2002 at 3:52|
| With distinctive vocals and killer music this obscure album is a fine addition to any collection. Listen for Dale Thompson's signature screams in 'Sin City', he also did the 'Introduction to Hyprocrisy' This album is very solid with good lyrics. Unfortunately this is there only album. Very sad. Very fun album. The bassist, Steve Curtsinger, went on to play on at least two Bride albums. 'Drop' and 'The Jesus Experience'.
|From: Lance A (IP unknown)
||Date: January 20, 2002 at 4:01|
|One album? Why? Theses guys are good! I especially dig the guitar intro on 'Sin City'. Great work guys! Now, where did you go?
|From: Tom (IP unknown)
||Date: April 7, 2002 at 0:05|
|I liked the music, but the vocals make me sick. They are so bad. The lyrics are solid, the music rocks, but when you don't have a good singer, it just ruins the whole thing.
|From: UofW_FAN (IP unknown)
||Date: August 30, 2002 at 19:13|
|Hi, don't know if any of you heard the album 'no mean city' by Nazareth (a non christian band) but one I heard this album (Killed by Cane) I thought they sounded just like Nazareth on the album 'no mean city'. any thoughts ??
|From: Plutarch (IP unknown)
||Date: July 21, 2003 at 18:07|
|I agree with Tom.The album shreds but the vocals are off key and not very good.
|From: Nickolaus (IP unknown)
||Date: August 27, 2003 at 21:44|
|Guns n Roses vs. Danzig -- sorry the vocals does not work with this kind of metal even though it is a good album. I had this one and blasted it but Dale, if you still do this band -- don't do a high scream over this kind of metal. 'Burn the Church' was basically the track that reminded me of 'Mother.'
|From: Bob (IP unknown)
||Date: November 29, 2003 at 20:25|
|Dale Thompson from Bride does the Intro..., so right there it sets well with me. I don't mind the vocals so much, some don't like them. One comment was that they are off key, but I don't think they are. Raspy is the best way to put it. The guy sounds like he smokes 20 packs a day. Regardless, the music is great and for some reason they never did any more albums. Maybe he lost his voice?!
|From: 777MORT (---.)
||Date: October 9, 2006 at 15:50|
|This is a classic album! Dale Thompson from Bride also produced this album. Not only did Steve Curtsinger go on to play in Bride, but Stephan Roland also played in Bride for awhile, so this cd, IMHO, has some Bride influence in their sound.
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