Tourniquet | Psychosurgery

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Psychosurgery

by Tourniquet

A technical but melodic assault full of great songwriting, creative riffs and top notch drumming.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Progressive Metal
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1. Psychosurgery
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2. A Dog's Breakfast
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3. Viento Borrascoso (Devastating Wind)
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4. Vitals Fading
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5. Spineless
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6. Dysfunctional Domicile
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7. Broken Chromosomes
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8. Stereotaxic Atrocities
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9. Officium Defunctorum
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10. A Dog's Breakfast - Live 2000
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11. Broken Chromosomes - Live 2000
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12. Stereotaxic Atrocities - Demo 1991
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13. A Dog's Breakfast - Demo 1991
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14. Concert Intro 2000
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Tourniquet deserves major credit for daring to break the Christian metal mold of modelling themselves after successful secular acts. The technical musicianship here is unmistakable. Percussion is especially noteworthy, but the guitar work deserves mention as well. Styles and tempos are mixed frequently, and intelligently. One sees hints of jazz, classical guitar, and doom rock, but it's mostly energetic, slightly unorthodox (progressive) thrash. - the eclectic extrovert


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