Metal Church - Generation Nothing


7.5 | 60 votes |
Release date: 20 October 2013
Style: Heavy metal, Thrash metal

Owners:

40 have it
6 want it


01. Bullet Proof
02. Dead City
03. Generation Nothing
04. Noises In The Wall
05. Jump The Gun
06. Suiciety
07. Scream
08. Hits Keep Comin'
09. Close To The Bone
10. The Media Horse

Line-up
Ronny Munroe - vocals
Kurdt Vanderhoof - guitars
Rick Van Zandt - guitars
Jeff Plate - drums
Steve Unger - bass

Found in 2 lists
Top lists



Comments

Comments: 6   Visited by: 111 users
20.10.2013 - 15:25
Rating: 6
DeathSlyzer
Nah. This was really average. The vocals kinda kill it for me. I do not get why they keep Munroe in the band. Three mediocre releases with him was enough, I think. I wanted this to be different, and it is in some cases. This is at least the best album they've done since Masterpiece, but that doesn't say a lot. A good chunk of the riffs are great, but then the vocals come, and sorta ruin it.
----
I sold my soul to any fool who'd buy it!
What's it gonna take to make you riot!?
Loading...
26.10.2013 - 17:48
Heinous Dude
Account deleted
Written by DeathSlyzer on 20.10.2013 at 15:25

Nah. This was really average. The vocals kinda kill it for me. I do not get why they keep Munroe in the band. Three mediocre releases with him was enough, I think. I wanted this to be different, and it is in some cases. This is at least the best album they've done since Masterpiece, but that doesn't say a lot. A good chunk of the riffs are great, but then the vocals come, and sorta ruin it.


To each his own, but I really like Ronnie, and the last three albums. I just don't understand why he's trying to sound like David Wayne all of a sudden, that does kinda turn me off. I think the best thing this band could do right now is try to get Mike Howe to come back from...whatever the hell he's is doing. Nevertheless, I'm gonna go check this album out...it's Metal Church afterall.
Loading...
26.10.2013 - 19:46
Rating: 6
DeathSlyzer
Written by Guest on 26.10.2013 at 17:48

Written by DeathSlyzer on 20.10.2013 at 15:25

Nah. This was really average. The vocals kinda kill it for me. I do not get why they keep Munroe in the band. Three mediocre releases with him was enough, I think. I wanted this to be different, and it is in some cases. This is at least the best album they've done since Masterpiece, but that doesn't say a lot. A good chunk of the riffs are great, but then the vocals come, and sorta ruin it.


To each his own, but I really like Ronnie, and the last three albums. I just don't understand why he's trying to sound like David Wayne all of a sudden, that does kinda turn me off. I think the best thing this band could do right now is try to get Mike Howe to come back from...whatever the hell he's is doing. Nevertheless, I'm gonna go check this album out...it's Metal Church afterall.

Yeah, to each his own is very true. I will probably get back to this album at some point where I'm more in the mood for it. And yeah, Ronny did change a couple of things about his vocals here. I do like that he's trying out the higher register. The thing that bugs me about his voice though is that it seems like it's caving in at some points. It sounds like he has to push so much t oreach the notes, that his voice is almost cracking. This is something I can like a lot in some cases, but with him it's just not doing it for me. Then again, I might change my mind someday.
----
I sold my soul to any fool who'd buy it!
What's it gonna take to make you riot!?
Loading...
28.10.2013 - 11:28
Rating: 8
bblitz
Very good album definetly deserves attention.
Loading...
06.11.2013 - 21:09
Rating: 6
TrueMetalJope
Very average album. A couple of good songs, especially Suiciety but that's pretty much all positive about it. Like mentioned before the vocals are quite bad on some songs i.e. Generation Nothing but I don't see that as a major issue here.
----
The guitar is my sword, I'll fight 'til I die /../
Loading...
21.03.2014 - 23:24
Rating: 8
Incalus
This Present Wasteland and A Light In The Dark are better!
Loading...

Hits total: 4547 | This month: 33