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  1. Dec 29,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Lock Up - Hate Breeds Suffering () Full Album YouTube Rotten Sound - Abuse to Suffer () Full Album HQ (Grindcore) - Duration: Death, Gore & .
  2. Heck, Lock Up even rivals most stuff put out by such genre icons as Napalm Death, Terrorizer, Extreme Noise Terror, and Repulsion. Roaring through sixteen tracks in a combined total of less-than thirty-minutes, 's "Hate Breeds Suffering" IS remains as pure to true form as possible/5(9).
  3. 6 & 7. Edge of Sanity, Evolution & Lock Up, Hate Breeds Suffering. In August, I finally finished building out an office / studio space in the garage. I spent a week mudding, taping, and sanding drywall in a sweltering room well over ° and for whatever reason played a lot of Edge of Sanity and Lock Up during those days. When in hell.
  4. There comes a time when you’ve simply had enough – enough of the pissy, smug faces, the convenient angst, the generic “dum-de-dum-de-chugga-chunka-chug” guitar sounds that you could quite happily go out and machine-gun the entire population of a small town to.
  5. BLACK MOON ENTA DA STAGE RARE HIP HOP CASSETTE WRECK SMIF-N-WESSUN NAS OOP. Lock Up Hate Breeds Suffering CD Nuclear Blast '02 Rare Death Metal Napalm Death Graverobbers Mark Robinson 45 Rpm Vinyl Rare Punk Dutch East India. $ $ shipping. or Best Offer. Jordan Rudess Feeding the Wheel (CD Magna Carta) Dream.
  6. "I know that now, I'm gunna do what Sammy said to, she said to feed off of the hate and well since I don't eat that should help.'' She laughed, I just shook my head and then smiled "I have a surprise for you 30 minutes into the show.'' I said and saw her face light up. "I hate surprises tell me!" She complained as she pulled on my arm as I.
  7. Sep 17,  · referencing Hate Breeds Suffering, LP, Album, Ltd, PIU, AR I don't know what went wrong during the mastering or pressing stage here but this record sounds like complete crap. Extremely thin sound, by no means like the CD (loudness aside of course)/5(95).
  8. The album gets off to a bang with the opening track, "Feeding on the Opiate," with its surprisingly catchy guitar riffing and possessed, screaming vocal refrain. Following this track are 15 more blasting assaults, none more than three minutes (the entire album clocks in at less than 30) and, unfortunately, none quite as memorable as the opener.6/
  9. A fiend of mine got hold of three awesome cassette-tapes; one with Deeds of flesh‘s Trading pieces () Lock Up – Feeding on the opiate () Overall, Hate breeds suffering is my favourite Lock Up album too.

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