Monday, November 26, 2012

Ludichrist: (1998) Immaculate Deception

Ludichrist was an American hardcore punk/speed metal band formed in the 1980s in New York. Their musical style broke from traditional New York hardcore roots by adding aspects of rock, heavy metal and jazz, like extended guitar solos and musical interludes. After their second proper album, lead singer Tommy Christ and guitarist Glen Cummings broke up the band and reformed with a new rhythm section as the more humor-oriented, style-jumping Scatterbrain. Original guitarist Mark Kanabrocki, who had written most of the first albums songs, left the band before it was recorded and appears only on the record release issued from CBGB called Off the Board. On their debut album Immaculate Deception, one track featured guest vocalists from fellow New York bands Agnostic Front, Nuclear Assault, The Crumbsuckers and Leeway. The original drummer and founder of Ludichrist (also the guy who named the band), Al Batross, left after the first album Immaculate Deception was recorded.
TRACKS: Fire At the Firehouse - Most People Are Dicks - Murder Bloody Murder - Blown Into The Arms Of Christ - Big Business - Only As Directed - Games Once Played - Green Eggs And Ham - Immaculate Deception - You Can't Have Fun - Government Kids - Legal Murder - Down With the Ship - Thinking Of You - Tylenol - Mengele - Young White And Well Behaved - Last Train to Clarksville - God Is Everywhere. 

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