Release date: 23 April 2014
Style: Industrial metal

Rating:

8.1 | 29 votes

Owners:

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7 want it


01. Turnover
02. The Barriers
03. Windows Shut
04. Remove, Separate Self
05. Ruining Lives
06. Absence Of Light
07. The Book Of Change
08. Self Will Run Riot
09. Come To Realize
10. Chamber Of Thought
11. Limitations And Validations
12. Retreat [bonus]

Review

Staff review by
tea[m]ster

Rating:
8.3
Tommy Victor has been around the block a few times. Ever since 1986 he has piloted the industrial thrash band Prong, played with mega-musicians Rob Zombie and Glen Danzig and even had a death wish making records and touring with Al Jourgensen and Ministry.

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published 18.05.2014 | Comments (7)

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Ralle - 08.05.2014 at 21:33  
Rating: 9 Tommy Victor lives !!!
Ilham - 07.06.2014 at 22:05  
Rating: 8 I was expecting more Industrial, and less Metal, but it all sounds great. I really wanted to hear something a little more original, but it's fast, catchy, and invigorating music. Love how clear everything sounds, but then, I might have liked a little more industrial filth, some chemical waste, to sexy all this up .
Guib - 19.06.2014 at 03:33  
Rating: 9 I seriously like the album, I was quite surprised in fact, I didn't expect much out o' it and ended being very pleased !
I seriously recommend! High five Prong.
deadone - 19.06.2014 at 08:12  
 
Written by Ilham on 07.06.2014 at 22:05

I was expecting more Industrial, and less Metal, but it all sounds great.


More and more I'm finding MS labelling is not something to be relied on. To be fair Metal Archives does it better.

I've got to check this album out. Loved the last one and this one sounds promising.
Ilham - 19.06.2014 at 11:59  
Rating: 8
Written by deadone on 19.06.2014 at 08:12

More and more I'm finding MS labelling is not something to be relied on. To be fair Metal Archives does it better.

I've got to check this album out. Loved the last one and this one sounds promising.

Don't get me wrong, there are still industrial elements in there. This is my first encounter with prong, hence the false expectations.

Considering the fact MS is not supposed to be just a database, I don't mind incorrect labels. I think they are few, and the forums are here for us to debate about it. I should listen to more Prong to be able to tell if the "industrial" label is correct.
Marcel Hubregtse - 19.06.2014 at 17:38  
  This new Prong is clearly Industrial Thrash. I really don
t hear any crossover or groove in this one unlike on their much earlier works. Hell Prong started out as a crossover thrash band
Ilham - 19.06.2014 at 18:08  
Rating: 8
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 19.06.2014 at 17:38

This new Prong is clearly Industrial Thrash.

That I agree with.
deadone - 21.06.2014 at 05:51  
 
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 19.06.2014 at 17:38

This new Prong is clearly Industrial Thrash. I really don
t hear any crossover or groove in this one unlike on their much earlier works. Hell Prong started out as a crossover thrash band



Carved Into Stone came across quite groovy, but I've not listened to this new one yet..

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