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  • CD (29 juin 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00004RI84
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle
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Voilà un groupe qui affirme haut et fort son attachement à SABBATH puisqu'il affiche explicitement n'utiliser que de riffs des compagnons d'Ozzy, nos pères à tous. Attention à la distribution : Guy Pinhas à la basse, Greg Roger à la batterie, tous deux ex-OBSESSED. Greg Anderson aux amplis Sunn. Pete Stahl, ex-SCREAM, WOOL au chant et à la guitare dans lesquels il a officié avec brio avant de participer au projet EARTHLINGS. Sa voix caractéristique, haut perchée, puissante et chaleureuse à la fois est un pur bonheur. Alors qu'on l'imaginait davantage à l'aise sur des musiques plus souples, moins heavy, Pete crée la surprise. Ce mec est tout-terrain, ce qui confirme son talent exceptionnel. L'allright qu'il balance en ouverture de IV est tout bonnement renversant. Pendant que les instruments - rouleaux compresseurs surdimensionnés - tapissent d'un goudron épais et moelleux une route à sa mesure, Pete maintient le cap au volant d'un truck australien (cent tonnes, 62 pneus au sol) aussi facilement que s'il eut été au volant d'une Corvette rouge. Non pas que les uns soient aux service de l'autre, non. Le tout repose sur une réelle osmose, qui rend le projet d'autant plus excitant pour l'entité GOATSNAKE. Le plaisir est là et ça se sent. Du grand art qui accouche d'un paradoxe sublime : voilà un groupe qui renouvelle vraiment le genre sans le renouveler vraiment ! La pochette du CD est quant à elle abominable. Sortie tout droit de l'imaginaire des pires groupes de hard des 80's, préférez lui le vinyle qui est très beau car inspiré de la main de qui vous savez. Le disque, sous quelque format que ce soit est un monument. Assurément le meilleur album du premier semestre.
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HASH(0x93f812a0) étoiles sur 5 Parchment Farm 4 septembre 2000
Par Dune.Bison - Publié sur
Format: CD
Goatsnake take some of the sickest elements of Sabbath and present them in both an urgent and compelling contemproary rock fashion. Don't get me wrong, it's not retro 70s rock (or a Monster Magnet rip-off) like much of 'Snake's Stoner Rock Contemporaries. But the influence of Sabbth - ALL of Sabbath - is here on "I" (they're debut full length).
There's the footstomping thunder roll of "Slippin' The Stealth" and "Trower", the Doom drenched ramblings of "IV" and "Lord Of Los Feliz", and of course the Goatsnake classic, "Mower" (which long-time stoners will remember from the posthumous "Welcome To MeteorCity" landmark compilation). Goatsnake's dynamic prowess is most evident on the epic "What Love Remains". Start with Goatsnake here on "I" - it's a must have, young Stoner Jedi - and work into "Dog Days" and the Burning Witch Split if they cactch you by surprise.
By the way, contrary to the previous reviewer, there is nobody in this band from The Melvins. NOBODY. Goatsnake boast members of Wool, Engine Kid, The Obsessed, and, well, to tell you the truth there was a Kyuss member there for a spell (DO YOUR HOMEWORK!), but there was NEVER a Melvin. Christ, this is how retarded rumors start and artists laugh their tattoos off... so, actually, for that matter, there were members of Solace, Unida, and Drag Pack there for a while too.
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HASH(0x93f812f4) étoiles sur 5 THIS RATES INFINITE NUMBER OF STARS...... 3 septembre 2004
Par Sealed Fate - Publié sur
Format: CD
this sadly out of print monster has to be heard to be beleived.sludgy bluesy sabbath worshipping guitar riffs that will lock into your skull for days....drumming is right on,bass is stellar and then you have the vocals!this guy actually sings!

of all the countless "stoner rock"/doom/sludge/sabbath knock-off bands out there,this is EASILY one of the best that you will ever hear.
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HASH(0x93f8172c) étoiles sur 5 best stoner doom record of 1999 13 janvier 2000
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Format: CD
you can't go wrong with goatsnake,if you really into sabbath,this record will satisfy you. opener slipping the stealth is reminiscent of sabbath, hole in the sky from sabotage record. the best thing about goatsnake that besides their influences,they are absolutely uniqe.sound very raw,and pete's voice is awesome. by the way,check out for new EP next month it's called dog days.
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HASH(0x93f81af8) étoiles sur 5 Amazing Crushing Doom Attack!! 9 septembre 1999
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Format: CD
This is one serious Rocking record. Thundering Drums, brutal low end and a wall of crushing guitar mayhem.. Very catchy and melodic vocals but with plenty of bite. Goatsnake pound out one relentless Doom Epic. Any fans of Sabbath or Kyuss should check this out.
HASH(0x93f81888) étoiles sur 5 First Classic From Stoner Rock's Most Overlooked Band 2 mai 2007
Par Tom Chase - Publié sur
Format: CD
To put the band in some context - Goatsnake spawned some big names in the stoner/doom rock genre, namely the mighty guitarist Greg Anderson, the unique bluesy vocalist Pete Stahl, and the rumbling fuzz of Guy Pinhas. All of these members have other commitments nowadays, most notably Anderson with Sunn O))) and Pinhas with Acid King, but Goatsnake was where it all started.

Goatsnake are one of the few bands in this genre with a bold sense of originality, and therefore stand above the masses. This is due to a few fundamental aspects. Firstly, the guitar work of Anderson and Pinhas - these guys create a very unique sound, partly due to a mystery tuning that has never been revealed, and partly due to their rather different take on the classic stoner guitar riff. They create many riffs with a very bluesy feel, emphasised by Stahl's vocals, but simultaneously retaining an extremely heavy classic doom vibe. The almighty lead riff of album highlight "What Love Remains" is a typical example, combining huge punishing walls of guitar tone, recalling the most killer riffs of Sabbath or St. Vitus, but using a very bluesy range of notes that sounds more like Kyuss or Sleep, which is reflected by Stahl's call and response vocals.

It's not just the riffs that make Goatsnake special. They have an excellent understanding of composition - something that many stoner/doom bands seem to sacrifice for finding that one killer riff. Many of the songs weave in and out of sections, combining heavy riff-fuelled onslaughts, swaggering bluesy moments and even some piano/violin additions. Examples of this include "Mower" which starts off in classy doom style before sliding into a verse/chorus repetition, showcasing some quirky off-beat rhythms and some good old-school galloping drive. This section reminds me very much of Led Zeppelin when they chop-change bluesy riffs and tempos (and of course Stahl's somewhat high pitched vocals give that Plant edge). This all slows back down again, and reverts back to the crawling pace of the opening, with some menacing Stahl vocals and huge Anderson chords.

Similarly "Lord of Los Feliz" uses contrasting sections, and can be basically split into two main sections - an elongated intro and a closing section. The closing section is perhaps the highlight of the album, with some absolutely sublime vocals from Stahl. His vocal harmonies here are both beautiful and unhinging at the same time, and make for a grand climax. And talking of climaxes, the album's closer "Trower" is something of a weird song, beginning with some rather generic stoner rock riffing (for the first time on the album), but then kicking into some truly inspired writing with a great jam section and violin/female vocal section, which is patiently faded out to reveal a huge punishing final riff.

I cannot recommend this album enough to fans of stoner or doom rock. If you are unsure on these genres, then think of this as Zeppelin and Sabbath's quirky child, combining the blues and vocals of Zep and the downright mean riffing of Sabbath.
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