Biohazard - Uncivilization
13 songs (47'50)
Release year: 2001
Biohazard, Steamhammer
Reviewed by Marc

Biohazard being a hardcore band that even includes some rap I guess most people have already clicked on "Add your comment" to tell me it isn't metal or that it's blasphemous to review it. If there is anyone left that wants to read the review here it is:

Don't look for much subtlety and finess in this album, it's straight in the face rage and raw energy. That's what the style is all about and it's very well done in some songs but unfortunately it also sometimes get lost in too much hip-hop stuff. That's not always bad but is too much of a contrast with the pure hardcore parts. On the guest-star side, there are plenty of them. We have people from: Pantera, Sepultura, Type-O-Negative, Cypress Hill, Slipknot and others.

If you are not afraid of hardcore or of a little rap it's a good record. It could have been better though.

Killing Songs :
Get Away, Uncivilization
Marc quoted 70 / 100
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