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||Date: May 11, 2004 at 11:56|
|This is what I always thought Skid Row WANTED to sound like without the pressure of having radio friendly songs. This is balls out melodic metal that pulls no punches. The vocals remind me of Sebastian Bach in spots and the rhythm secion is mega heavy. 9/10 if you like it heavy.
|From: Slik Vicc
||Date: July 2, 2004 at 8:02|
|Cool Debut from a band with huge potential. They sound Skid Row-ish but have their own identity with out a doubt!! Please keep Rocking boys and the loyal disciples of 'The Throat' shall follow forever!!!
||Date: January 14, 2007 at 14:32|
|If sombody tried to take this CD away from me, I would have to cut their throat wide open. Yep, doing hard time with a 300 lb. cell-mate named Bubba for carving a second smile into somebody's esophagus is better than living without this great CD. Take Skid Row's "Slave to the Grind" album, make it a little heavier & ballsier, then strip away some of the slick commercial touches and you get Cut Throat, a full-throttle, hard rockin' melodic metal machine that simply slams with power & attitude.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: March 19, 2017 at 15:27|
|The first point of reference is obviously Skid Row, as almost everyone has noted. That's partly due to Sean Okin's vocals, which are definitely Bach-like, but also in the fuck-you attitude of the songs--too heavy to be "hair metal." There's a rawness and punk influence that Skid Row only hinted at on certain songs on Slave to The Grind and Subhuman Race, but which Cut Throat embodies on nearly every song. There's kind of an Alice In Chains-like bottom-heaviness as well, and the guitars try for some Zakk Wylde squeals. This is clearly an indie though, as the album could have benefited from a better production. The guitar sound is kinda thin, and the playing is not very tight ("Lock Me Up" seems to speed up and slow down for no reason, for example.) Some of the hooks don't exactly jump out of the speakers at you either, another hallmark of indie releases. All the same, this would easily have been one of my top releases of 1998, had I heard it at the time. Unfortunately, it was hard to fi
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: March 19, 2017 at 15:28|
|... find out about, and hard to find once you did know about it.
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