Motograters Self Titled Album.
If you've never heard of this band, you're missing out. These guys are AMAZING!:thumbsup::thumbsup: Metal/Industrial. The band members have since gone on to other projects, I have 2 of the other bands albums and will upload them either today or tomorrow.
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Release date: May 27 2003
9. Eman On
10. No Name
13. Ngised Wen
14. New Design
19. Kcab Teg
20. Get Back
2 Bonus Tracks (I think they were demos)
The Texas experimental metal act Motograter is comprised of Ghost (vocals), Smur (drums/samples), Crispy (drums/vocals) and Nuke (guitar). The angst-ridden foursome take their name from a self-built springed/percussion instrument that's made of heavy cable, cranks, and gears. Their self-titled debut for Elektra appeared in May 2003.
The aggressive post-grunge thrash of Motograter's self-titled debut is easily derivative of new-millennium alt-metal. Led by the hungry growl of Ghost, Motograter is typically critical of social norms and American capitalism, and such anger carries the band's tantrum-like playing style. The 22-track album consists of 11 songs spelled correctly, while their snippet sequels are fillers with backwards titles, and such a design captures Motograter's own adverse mystique. Layered guitars chug on cuts like "Red," "Wrong," and "Prophecies" as Ghost's gnawing vocal whine is a near match for Korn's Jonathan Davis. "Get Back" and "Suffocate" are equal in rage, but with a punk rock appeal. Motograter's first album doesn't do anything different from what's already out there, and those fans who relish in fighting conventionality will probably enjoy the furor of this Texas-bred foursome.