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  • CD (3 novembre 2010)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Rise Above
  • ASIN : B000FBHC7S
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The all-time classic doom album re-released as a deluxe digipack with a fifteen-minute bonus track.


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Par AGENT5364 MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 13 juin 2008
Format: CD
Je découvre le groupe avec ce disque. Déjà, il faut aimer les guitares et la basse. Et il faut aimer quand c'est lourd et gras, long et hypnotique, lent mais rageur... Le ton est donné dès le premier titre, très court, mais qui résume relativement bien se qui va se développer pendant une heure ensuite au fil de titres beaucoup plus longs. Des pédales d'effets débordent de partout, fuzz sur la gratte, wah wah sur la basse, et des tonnes de fumée surtout ! Cette musique hallucinante rend dingue, vous fait voir des monstres. Ce trio doit tripper toute la journée pour pondre un doom pareil : Black Sabbath jusqu'en 1973 font figure de gentils petits écoliers appliqués à côté de ce trio anglais ! Plus qu'une chose à faire : acheter tous leurs autres disques (j'espère que ce n'est pas trop dangereux pour la santé !)
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Dopethrone est l'album qui propulse ce groupe du Dorset (Angleterre) au statut de groupe culte du Doom-Metal.Electric Wizard a su recréer l' atmosphère occulte et dangereuse des premiers disques de Black Sabbath et de Saint Vitus grâce
à un son des plus crue,privilégiant des basses profondes,des riffs bluesy et pachydermiques et une attitude presque Punk.Les references abondent
dans les textes hallucinatoires de ce groupe:
Edgard Poe,les Grands Ancients de Lovecraft,Robert
E.Howard,les films d'horreue de serie B et ceux de la Hammer.Cet univers est donc largement célébré au cours de morceaux épiques dépassant parfois les dix minutes.Ce disque est un puits de
noirceur renfermant desespoir et mysanthropie et
nous rappelle que Electric Wizard,tant dans son attitude que dans sa musique,est un groupe sans conpromis que tout fan de Doom se doit de connaître.
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Encore un monument doom sinistre au possible

glauque j'adore l'ambiance mais faut aimer le doom pour apprécier

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Excellent album de doom/stoner psychédélique. Avec un son typique des 70's. Pour les fans de doom qui tache et lourd
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Soundtrack to bust your speakers... and eardrums 14 février 2005
Par Maiskhe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This CD is so heavy... I was barely able to carry it from the music store to my car. The weight of first getting ahold of it nearly threw my shoulders out of socket. Once I was finally able to get it to my car, I thought everything would be okay... until my car collapsed under the weight. The CD was too heavy... my car couldn't support it. Unfortunately my insurance doesn't cover that sort of situation, so I'm majorly screwed.

This album is messing up my speakers. I'm not kidding. This music grinds like none other. I'm going to admit something here... with music this heavy, you play it loud, right?... right... and this sounds SO GREAT loud... but... certain parts of certain songs... just get so damn heavy, I just can't take it anymore and I have to turn it down just a tad for a short period, and then turn it back up when I recover. The first paragraph of this review was a joke. This paragraph isn't. I am 100% serious.

I don't smoke weed anymore, but this album is making me seriously consider starting again. I nearly get high just listening to it. When I was first sampling Electric Wizard - Dopethrone, I was a bit apprehensive about the vocals... usually with music of this nature, there are either guttural growls or piercing screams... but the vocals here are different in that I would compare them to Chino Moreno (Deftones vocalist) when he is not singing in his "soft" voice, but not outright "screaming" either... if you have Deftones - Around the Fur, put the disc in and put it on "Dai the Flu"... and when Chino starts singing the lines, "What's surprise I was right here going off and going on," toward the end of the song, the singing style AND the effects that are added onto a lot of Chino's vocals is what Electric Wizard's vocalist Jus Oborn sounds like. And surprisingly, it didn't take much getting used to at all to come to the conclusion that it works really well. I LOVE the vocals. I am now of the opinion that it totally fits this music.

I won't even start on the guitars. They are just too heavy. Seriously. The resonating distortion just doesn't end, along with the exagerrated grind and deathly low subsonic notes. If you were to turn the bass setting all the way down, Electric Wizard - Dopethrone would STILL sound more booming than 90% of other music with the bass turned all the way up. I would propose to these guitars, but I don't think you can legally marry inane objects or the sound waves they produce.

I wouldn't even call this "doom" metal... this is... *scratches head*... I would describe this, as "AENLTT doom"... and that stands for, "Anyone-else-not-listening-to-this doom," because anyone else not listening to it, is doomed... because when you see them, you kick their ass for not listening to it.

I rest my case.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 DOOOOOOOM 26 mai 2006
Par t-diggs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is offically one of my new favorite records (right behind Boris' new album) From the opening Black Sabbath head nod, "Vinum Sabbathi" through the epic "Funeralopolis" and "I, The Witchfinder" on to the amazing heady closer "Dopethrone" this is album is just full on sludge doom stoner metal. EEvery song is blanketed in a warm glow from mounds and mounds of distortion and feedback. The distortion practically consumes the drums and the vocals....

Vocals lie somewhere near Ozzy Osbourne, (He actually sound very like Steve Austin from Today Is The Day) but with some effects and pushed way deeper in the mix. (which means you wont have to worry about picking out any cheesy lyrics) The one thing that I really like about this album is the fact that the drums arent completely swallowed by the guitars. Their older album Come My Fanatics, while also great, tends to bury the vocal and drums a little too much leading the songs to become almost formelss at times. But Dopethrone remedies that while still maintaining full bore with the guitars.

The songs are long, hazy and thick. The drums lurch and the guitars hold deep ass power chords for more than a few seconds at a time, definitely threatening to blow your speakers. (NOTE: THIS ALBUM IS VERY CAPABLE OF DESTROYING YOUR HI-FI AUDIO EQUIPMENT - TEST IT OUT BEFORE YOU BLAST IT AND BLOW YOUR SPEAKERS OR AMPS) you will want to play this as loud as you can just for the sheer force of the guitar and bass rumble....have I aped on the thickness of this whole thing enough? I could never do it justice. Imagine a version of Sunn 0))) that actually tried to rock out. That would be pretty close to the heaviness present on this disc. Though I love Boris, I definitely believe that the Wizard is far heavier.

My favorite track is "Funeralopolis". It starts with a heady instrumental jam, very bluesy with some hella deep bass. Then it rumbles in and the chords just envelope you. This is one of the few songs that picks up the pace slighty, but only after pummeling you with a three note guitar riff for about 4 minutes. By the end of the song they are galloping full steam and they even throw in what sounds like an echoplex. This makes the final few measures extremely spacy and frantic with the guitars and vocals swirling. A very nice acid drenched touch ala Comets on Fire.

Another fantastic track is "I, The Withcfinder" Easily the darkest track on the album and another opus of a song. I would have to say that all the tracks are extremely worthwhile, even the tiny jam "Hills Have Eyes" which leavens some of the overwhelming power that this band is capable of, only to drop you off on "We Hate You" and then the masterful closer "Dopethrone"

This music will definitely appeal to stoners who like their music loud. It will also appeal to fans of older metal and lunatics who are looking to have their bowels shaken by subsonic doom jams...

Something about the fuzzed out thick ass guitars just makes me happy. Especially when riding the subway and I know people can hear just a maelstrom of noise pouring into my head from my headphones....It just makes me smile. If they only knew...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of the best albums I've ever heard. 27 novembre 2003
Par Nick Bobraton - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I was praticing with my band one day and after the pratice, we went for a ride. Our bassist later on put on a mixlist of his mp3s. One song was a long bass-heavy slow song, but with Radiohead ambiences. I asked, "Who is this?" It turned out to be Electric Wizard, and the song was Barbarian. After downloading several of their songs from the website, I ordered a copy for myself.
This is the best stoner metal album ever. Everything is long and thick and heavy, and druggy. Just what a stoner metal band should sound like. Every song is a classic. "Vinum Sabbathi" and "Barbarian" are slow heavy groove songs with some great production. "We Hate You" could be the single off the album, but it's too good for radio. The real fine work off the album are the REALLY long songs that are 10-15 minutes.
"Weird Tales" is the first big song, and my favorite song off the album. There are 3 parts, one is very groove heavy, the 2nd part a lot slower, and the third part the heaviest thing ever recorded on tape. "I, The Witchfinder" is another great epic, with the longest ending ever. Jus Oborn's vocals are just awesome. There's a great effect on his vocals that makes it another instrument, instead of being up and front, like a lot of bands. Then, there's the really cool "Dopethrone," which, despite saying it's 20:48, is actually 10:26. It's still cool though. It's like a longer version of "Barbarian." This is a great album with some unforgettable riffs. Get it as soon as possible if you're a true heavy metal fan.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Definite Stoner Sludge Metal 2 avril 2011
Par Private Quentin Tarantino Fan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
For quite a handful of years as being a heavy metal listener, I have been searching quite a while for a record that finally is able to sonically achieve the HUGE, thick and irresistible sludge doom that Sabbath laid in their groundbreaking Master of Reality forty something years ago. After unsuccessful stints with everything from Acid Bath, to Melvins, to Kyuss, to Crowbar, to Mastodon, To High on Fire, to Sunn 0))), and Sleep, Electric Wizard is finally the band that plays the ultra heavy sludge I've been looking for. Sure, the bands I mentioned are all great for different reasons (eve though they didn't come to the sound I was looking for), but it doesn't get better if you are looking for incredibly heavy, menacing, rumbling, and thick @$$ slabs of monster sludge/doom/ metal, which no band has been able to pull off. Dopethrone is the real deal.

Dopethrone is widely regarded as being a seminal album in the genre, and listening to it, it's easy to see why. Electric Wizard hit their stride here for being the ideal blend of stoner, doom, and sludge metal. The bands guitar riffs here are the star here. Finely written, melodic, fuzzy, and juicy, Electric Wizard crafts the ideal sludge/doom guitar riffs, being melodic but at the same time, well being sludgy and doomy. It's the ideal sound that you've always thought of by name alone, and that's really the best I can try to convince you of the awesome craft and sound this band has. At the same time, they don't go the end of the likes of Sunn O))) or certain Melvin songs, and instead actually trying to write songs like Sabbath did with their classic Master of Reality.

Oh, and it's HEAVY. Extremely heavy. As a matter of fact, I think this is one of the heaviest albums I've ever heard. Those guitars they play are heavy enough to cut down buildings. No, The Wizard isn't what I would call intense. Despite their incredibly heavy guitar riffs, they are slightly, dare I say it, a bit laid back, or, well, stoned (which is where the stoner parts comes in, in my opinion). So you won't find any breakneck intense tempos and rip-roaring dynamics like you would in a Demolition Hammer or Dillinger Escape Plan record. But the sound of this album is relentlessly, massive, thick, and heavy, and it feels, when listening to it, that a hole could easily crack in the ground. Rest assured, even my seventy dollar headphones struggles to handle all of the heaviness the album has to unleash. Next to this, Meshuggah's Nothing and the song Clouded off of Gorguts (both pieces of work being VERY heavy as it is) sounds a bit lightweight in comparison.

Unlike other bands such as Sunn 0))) that use minimal strong structures and, well just drone on and on, Dopethrone's song structures are very much of Master of Reality by Sabbath (probably other ones as well, but I'm using this one for comparison). The tempos and structures are slow and doom-laden, but they still are written with song craft, that the excellent bands like the ones above listed do not use. Many of the song structures are indeed very similar to the aforementioned Master of Reality, being very slow but having quite the interesting songwriting. There's a lot of thought in these songs and they don't just bash out ultra heavy riffs over and over again, and it's one reason why this album is such a memorable classic.

Picking tracks is a bit futile, for this album is very addicting all the way through. Heck, even the little instrumental jam, The Hills Have Eyes, is melodic and sounds great, and I wish it was even longer. If I had to pick some highlights though, I would have to pick the dynamic and smartly written Funeralpolis, the great opener Vinum Sabbathi, the roaring and catchy Barbarian, and the title track, which is the pinnacle of Electric Wizard's desire to make the ultimate sludge/doom/stoner metal song. Good. Really good.

Anyway, there's not much else to say here, but this is an essential record if you've ever wanted to finally Check out Dopethrone if you are looking for ultra heavy, stoner-sludge-doom metal. As far as I'm concerned, if you had to pick one metal album that falls into the category of this, it would be this one. With no weak spots, and no sub-par Black Sabbath tribute songwriting that plagues many lesser albums of the type, Dopethrone is essential, essential, essential. Highly recommended.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This album will crush your skull! 9 mai 2007
Par resident - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If you dig heavy music, this is a must have for your collection. This is low end doom heavy, like Sabbath on acid x 10. This is a really, really great listen, super psychadelic and trippy, crazy, creepy, heavy doom riffs from some planet light years away where the creatures evolved from shroom spores and spiked leather collars.

And to top it off, this cacophony of doomcore is a power trio of burnouts from England.

Top notch, if you dig the heavy, cop this album immediately if not sooner.
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