UNCLE SLAM: When God Dies (Restless Rec. PROMO Tape) Thrash Metal. Check samples

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A solid album from a really awesome band.
A solid crossover thrash album.
Uncle Slam share some kind of history with Suicidal Tendencies, but never mind that. Here what important: WHEN GOD DIES is one of the best and most driving hard rock albums of the decade. Picture if Iommi, Osbourne, Butler & Ward had all met in ’79 instead of ’69 and signed with Stiff instead of Vertigo…still playing the same style of music, but with punk energy & immediacy. That WHEN GOD DIES all over.

 

Full-length, Medusa Records
January 17th, 1995
Todd Moyer – Vocals, Guitars
Simon Oliver – Bass
R.J. Herrera – Drums

1. When God Dies 03:46
2. My Mother Son 04:04
3. Procreation 04:36
4. Smoke ’em if You Got ’em 04:30
5. An Offering to a Deity 07:20
6. Age of Aggression 04:13
7. End of the Line 04:55
8. The Lightless Sky 04:37
9. Summer in Space 04:14
10. Bombs Away 05:21
Total playing time 47:38
This one actually seems to have a Christian lyrical theme. Maybe not in a whole, “”I love Jesus”” sort of way, but mentions God a lot and I’ve caught an occasional “”Hell”” thrown in. They actually use it as a bad place and as if they don’t want to go. I don’t know, you decide .. Anyhoo, in addition to that, this is hardly a thrash album. I wouldn’t even call this a thrash album. That not the say it bad, though, just not good if you were expecting thrash. I admit I didn’t even give this album a chance when I first heard it, but once I decided to try it again and knew what I was getting it didn’t come off as bad. Instruments are played well and all, even bass, can usually be heard.
5.0 out of 5 stars Neglected.,
Should be much more well known than it is.
5.0 out of 5 stars Unknown Classic!,
Uncle Slam share some kind of history with Suicidal Tendencies, but never mind that. Here what important: WHEN GOD DIES is one of the best and most driving hard rock albums of the decade. Picture if Iommi, Osbourne, Butler & Ward had all met in ’79 instead of ’69 and signed with Stiff instead of Vertigo…still playing the same style of music, but with punk energy & immediacy. That WHEN GOD DIES all over. This will be out of print soon, so grab it while you can.

5.0 out of 5 stars very intense,
if you like uncle slam you will really like this. It good point and it still uncle slam as most uncle slam fan know “”will work for food is hard to find so trust me you will like this one very much.