02:43 - Redn1ght Meh, you still believe in backmasked messages? Moonflash: [link]
02:19 - !J.O.O.E.! Nice. I might have to try that with BoC's stuff. Sounds good.
02:16 - moonflash I use Audacity to play BoC songs backwards, they sound almost as hypnotic in reverse as they do normally. Plus, there are a bunch of creepy Easter eggs, like this one(listen around 2.50) [link]
01:24 - Redn1ght J.O.O.E. Hehe. 700%? More than what I asked for. Now that's some Ambient metal. Intro noise sounds something out of Resident Evil 4.
01:23 - qlacs Sorry it was Slayer of Light not Into Battle. It didn't work, converting to WAV already gave the tempo change... I uploaded it for your enjoyment :D [link]
Are you back? Good, because I'm about to get started. The basic structure of this album is a fun, simplistic and catchy industrial album. This is nothing you haven't seen before; your standard forty minute album with thirteen, three-ish minute tracks. The only thing that differentiates this from any other industrial album is the awful album title, and immature album cover. Apart from those two differences, this is just another, sub-par album: repetitive songs, cheesy synths, and even worse lyrics.
What's not to love?
I mean really, this is a catchy slab of music that makes my toe tap. Sure I probably wouldn't pick it off my shelf and play it every single day, but this is far from being terrible. In fact, I'm even going to go out and say, I like Satanic Pop Metal. There, happy now?
But really, if this album was titled anything but, I'm sure it would not be getting the rap that it has. It's funny to see that something as small as the cover, or title, can sabotage a perfectly fine album. It's almost saddening to think that most of the people bashing this, probably haven't even heard it past the second track. In the end, Satanic Pop Metal is decent, if you give it a chance.
If that video is anything to go by then this is far too straightforward and functional to be given less than 5 really. It's so straight up and inoffensive that it practically begs for an average score, rather than a negative one.