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||Date: May 12, 2004 at 14:04|
|This band kicks ass. This is Hard Rock/Metal at it's best. A must have cd for anyone that likes Skid Row, Spread Eagle with a modern edge.
|From: Slik Vicc
||Date: July 2, 2004 at 8:09|
|Just to prove it wasn't a fluke 'The Throat' return with an awesome follow up to there self titled debut. Melts the the skin from your face, F**ks your wife and then steals your Car!!! This band should be massive...Kneel before Cut Throat you weak f**kers!
|From: Stevie St Ford
||Date: July 16, 2004 at 10:07|
|.....Er, what Slik Vicc said!
|From: Border Rat
||Date: September 10, 2004 at 20:28|
|If you miss the sound of SKID ROW after SLAVE TO THE GRIND check this great band out.The vocalist SEAN OKIN sings a little like SEBASTIAN BACH.Songs like my parade,pulling teeth and painted black are brilliant.This is great angry loud melodic rock when you are having a bad day.You get 48 minutes of great rock music on this cd.CUT THROAT are my favourite underground hard rock band.Get this cd! 10/10
||Date: January 15, 2007 at 15:03|
|Proving they weren't some lucky, two-bit, one-time, cut-rate hard rock/metal band, Cut Throat blasted back onto the scene in 2001 with this sophomore effort that was arguably even better than their excellent debut. As others have mentioned, vocalist Sean Okin sings with a Sebastian Bach-ish style, perfectly fronting the loud, angry, in-your-face songs that populate this album. Pick this slamming puppy up and prepare to have it make your stereo its slave for at least the next several weeks...
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: March 26, 2017 at 1:29|
|On the plus side, the production on Slave is less demo-y than the debut, although still quite raw. Musically, imagine Skid Row playing Godsmack songs. I know that won't be appealing to the AOR crowd ,or the ones who liked the Skids' first album best and not much after, but it's true. The only old-school things about Cut Throat are the vocals of Sean Okin and the addition of guitar solos at a time when they were definitely not in fashion (there's a great one in "Deadly Game," for example). The riffs are chunky and drop-tuned, with some Black Label Society-like pinch harmonics, but otherwise nothing too special. Okin's vocals and fist-to-your-face attitude are what carries these songs. In the hands of another singer, they could have been quite nondescript. Put another way, imagine the very best, heaviest moments on THickskin sung by Bach (and I'm someone who didn't think Thickskin was that bad).
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: March 26, 2017 at 1:32|
|In the end, I like this disc a little better than the debut, bu tI also think people may have overvalued it in the context of its time, as this would have been balm for the spirit for old-school metalheads lamentin the lack of "real rawk" in 2001 and unwilling to make the jump into extreme metal.
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