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Heavenly Trip To Hell - Who Is The Enemy (CD)

Heavenly Trip To Hell
Who Is The Enemy
by Ian Kaatz at 31 December 2007, 6:59 PM

HEAVENLY TRIP TO HELL (via Sonicbids Promotions) have some influences that trace back to SOULFLY or MACHINE HEAD when they were more 'Nu' than 'Thrash' sounding. H.T.T.H. are interesting - to say the least - by combining a terrible Hardcore vocal style with Nu sounding music, hurrah for my ears.
They started in 1996 in Long Beach, California and have released 2 EPs and 1 DVD as well as the current full-length. They have opened for SOULFLY and BODY COUNT in their area as well as playing Voodoo Fest in New Orleans.
Overall I find the vocal style to be pretty intolerable. It is nothing but distorted screaming, no thanks. I hear some Nu Metal elements as well as some hardcore and maybe just tiniest tinge of Thrash, while nothing fantastic at least it's slightly different.
No Way Out has a pretty nice bass line, however the Nu metal screaming just drives me so fricking nuts that it is just listen able after this point.
I would recommend this to fans of OTEP primarily since I hear lot of what they are currently doing, which is what bands were doing like 8 years ago.  There might be some talent tucked away in this music, but the vocals make it so awful.  I hope that the singer takes my words seriously and does something with his vocals since they are so one-dimensional.

1 Star Rating

Tracklist:
Lies
New World
No Way Out
Welcome To The Fire
America
Resistance
Assassination#1
Back Against The Wall
War
Revolution
Designated Enemy
Willing To Kill
Lineup:
Gerardo - Vocals
Sergio - Bass
Scott - Guitar
JD - Drums
Vicky - Keyboards
Record Label: Self Released
     


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