Superjoint Ritual - A Lethal Dose Of American Hatred


7.1 | 39 votes |
Release date: 22 July 2003
Style: Sludge metal

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01. Sickness
02. Waiting For The Turning Point
03. Dress Like A Target
04. The Destruction Of A Person
05. Personal Insult
06. Never To Sit Or Stand Again
07. Death Threat
08. Permanently
09. Stealing A Page Or Two From Armed & Radical Pagans
10. Symbol Of Nevermore
11. The Knife Rises
12. The Horror
13. Absorbed


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24.06.2010 - 11:18
Rating: 7
Paradox0
Unasuming Madnes
Not a BAD album just repetitive. Honestly, if there was some kind of variety after "the Destruction of a Man" this might have actually been a pretty good album IMO, but alas, all songs after said song just seem to be the same riff set to different lyrics. This seems to be one of the last times we also get to see Phil with some kind of energy even if he seems to be barely aware of his surroundings or his actions while doing so (although with Phil, is the end result different otherwise?)
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15.09.2010 - 04:10
Rating: 7
I_Die_Often
Agree! This is repetitive. Gotta put it in with Eyehategod and Down, maybe some COC, and put it on random when in the mood for sludge.
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Old enough to be your Daddy... speaking of which... you look familiar... do I know your mother???
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03.09.2016 - 10:21
3rdWorld
The Psilosopher
Its defo not as good as their debut but it still packs the Superjoint Ritual gusto and attitude. Just makes you wanna go out in the streets and punch everyone in the face. Absolutely love this and for some strange reason more so than any other sludge masters like Down, Crowbar etc (will definitely try to re-listen to them though ).
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