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Means To An End - Biohazard

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Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Heavy Metal / Artist: Biohazard / Explicit Lyrics / Audio CD released 2005-08-29 at Spv

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      16.02.2008 21:21
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      Biohazard's final album (2005).

      Biohazard's final album is stuck in the same pit of mediocrity as its predecessors, but regains a small amount of dignity and interest by featuring the resurgence of fast, hardcore punk songs, and avoiding some of the typical gimmicks that never sat right amidst this angry music, meaning there are no grungy ballads or acoustic intros in sight.

      The most satisfying section of the album comes in tracks six to eight, which steam through angry punk anthems without losing energy as is the case elsewhere in the album, but by consequence the rest of the music is comparatively slow and dull, tracks three to five increasing in tedium before patience is stretched to the limit, presumably leading to the subsequent punk explosion.

      The only slow songs of any merit in this fairly short album are those that once again imitate Black Sabbath, but work more successfully than those on its predecessor. 'Killing to Be Free' and 'Set Me Free' (notice a pattern there?) are both decent even if they're not particularly interesting and not really what a listener approaches a Biohazard album in expectation of, and pretty much the only song to really reflect the band's image is the fairly enjoyable opener 'My Life, My Way.' Aside from the punk stuff, that's it. I can't say I'll miss them.

      1. My Life, My Way
      2. The Fire Burns Inside
      3. Killing to Be Free
      4. Filled With Hate
      5. Devotion
      6. Break It Away from Me
      7. Kings Never Die
      8. Don't Stand Alone
      9. To the Grave
      10. Set Me Free


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    Disc #1 Tracklisting
    1 My Life My Way
    2 Fire Burns Inside
    3 Killing To Be Free
    4 Filled With Hate
    5 Devotion
    6 Break It Away From Me
    7 Kings Never Die
    8 Don't Stand ALone
    9 To The Grave
    10 Set Me Free

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