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Tearabyte Discography of CDs


 
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Doom Generation Doom Generation CD (2008)
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Good old-fashioned heavy metal, played and sung by manly men (with no opera vocal acrobatics, but with a dash of guitar heroics) -- that's a fitting description of the 2008 release by Tearabyte, Doom Generation. Mighty riffing, growled vocals, and song titles that sound like Spinal Tap rejects ("Screaming Pig Fucker from Hell," "Shut-Up Bitch," etc.) -- it's all here folks. Another fitting description of the proceedings here would be '80s thrash metal without all the constant guitar chug-chugging rhythm, as evidenced by such tracks as "Dark One," the title track, and "Ghastly Friend." If vintage straight-ahead metal is your forte (and the sound of a metal band letting it rip without the aid of ProTools -- something that has become a rarity in the oh-so musically perfect early 21st century), then you should certainly give Tearabyte's Doom Generation a try. ~ Greg Prato Recording information: San Rafael Studios, San Rafael, CA (10/1998). Tearabyte: Dave Bolch (vocals, guitars); Paul Schlieger (vocals, drums); Al Mead. Personnel: Al Mead (vocals, 5-string bass, sound effects).
Embrace Oblivion Embrace Oblivion CD (2002)
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Tearabyte CD discography Recorded at Intelecon Digital Studios, Dallas, Texas between October 5 and December 15, 2001. Tearabyte: Al Mead (vocals, bass guitar); Kevin Mead (guitar, background vocals); Jeff Owens (drums). Tearabyte: Al Mead (vocals, bass); Kevin Mead (guitar, background vocals); Jeff Owens (drums).
Gloom Factory Gloom Factory CD (2004)
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Tearabyte albums After the grunge/Seattle/Nirvana/Pearl Jam upheaval of the early '90s, many of the metal and hard rock bands that were formed in the '80s suddenly found themselves being described as dated or old-school; that was true of pop-metal hair bands as well as power metal acts. But many of the thrash metal outfits that emerged in the '80s have had an easier time remaining relevant in a post-Nevermind world, and that can be attributed to their strong punk influence. A healthy appreciation of both metal and punk is the thing that links Anthrax, Metallica, Megadeth, Exodus, Vio-lence, and Slayer to grunge; it's the thing those bands have in common with alternative metal favorites like Slipknot, Korn, Godsmack, and System of a Down. And for Tearabyte, thrash is a way to worship the '80s without sounding totally stuck in the '80s. Although Tearabyte wasn't formed until 1998, their approach is reminiscent of thrash's '80s heyday; Gloom Factory sounds like the work of a band that lives and breathes Exodus, Anthrax, Megadeth, and early Testament. Gloom Factory isn't the least bit groundbreaking, but the performances are inspired, focused, passionate, and gutsy -- and by 2004 standards, Tearabyte's thrash worship doesn't sound nearly as dated as an album of pop-metal hair-band worship would sound. Never let it be said that Tearabyte, for all their dark lyrics, lacks a sense of humor; on Gloom Factory, 42 minutes of new studio material are followed by a half-hour of bonus live performances that include, all of things, several thrash interpretations of Christmas songs. Gloom Factory doesn't pretend to reinvent metal's wheel, but for die-hard thrash addicts, this 72-minute CD paints an enjoyable, if derivative, picture of the hard-rocking Tearabyte. ~ Alex Henderson Contains an untitled hidden bonus track on track # 12. Tearabyte: Al Mead (vocals, bass guitar); Kevin Mead (guitars); Jeff Owens (drums).


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Popular or famous Tearabyte music songs: Screaming Pig Fucker From Hell, Untitled, Ghastly Friend, Lash Of The Gash, Never Find Trust, One More Day. More music songs Product of My Past, Gloom Factory, Spear of Destiny, Price Of Evil, Emotional Debris, Embrace Oblivion, Empowered Hate. More music songs It's All A Lie, Romper Stomper, Pissing Contest, Doom Generation, All Grey, Insanity, Feeding Frenzy. See All Songs


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Al Mead
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