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Metal for the Masses

by Seventh Gate

A marriage of brutal aggression to precise musicianship, documenting the impact of SEVENTH GATE's impact on the Houston metal underground during the nineties.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Thrash/Speed Metal
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1. Retribution
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2. Out of the Cage
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3. No Avail
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4. Remember the Sabbath
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5. Epitaph
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6. L.J.B.
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7. Forever Laid To Rest
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8. The Sleepless Wake
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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SEVENTH GATE formed in the spring of 1992 and featured founding members Mike Morgan on lead guitar/lead vocals and Herb Broussard on drums. Precise, deathly, technical thrash. Herb left the band in 1999 to join Louisiana's Dogmata, and was replaced by Cauldron's Joel Scarborough. Joined by Kevin Moseley who had recently departed Krullur on bass/guitar, this lineup played out in 2001 and later changed their name to HELL CHURCH, putting out a demo CD called Told To Believe; after lineup changes H.C. put out the demo CD Armadillogeddon, and played the Milwaukee Metalfest in 2004. Hell Church disbanded July 2005, and the members have all gone to different bands. The Metal For The Masses album remains a record of Seventh Gate's impact on the Houston underground metal scene. Crank it up!


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Brehie

Love this album.....makes me whee with glee!
I've always loved this cd. Even with some minor flaws with the drums (the player, not the recording), it's just downhome Southern Heavy/Thrash Metal! I could go on, but I won't. I'll just say I LOVE IT.

METAL. It's what's for dinner.