Friday, November 02, 2007


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I know the G.O.M.E. Faithfully are collectively big COLOUR HAZE fans, so I thought I'd share their 1995 debut. While the newer smooth-groovin' stuff is more typical G.O.M.E. fare, Chopping Machine gives you a glimpse into where it all started. The production is a little thin, and this is clearly the work of a band searching for their identity, but that doesn't mean it's not an enjoyable slab of forgotten rock & roll. This record actually reminds me of a slew of nameless/faceless post-grunge/would-be metal bands from the mid-90s. Chopping Machine is extremely derivative, but the fact that draws from so many styles (often on the same song) makes it an entertaining release.

1. Subversive
2. Why Don't You
3. Mud
4. Chosen Way
5. Dirt
6. God's Eyes
7. Sometimes
8. Chopping Machine



Big Jack said...

142 and no comments.

Matias said...

Yeah, I think these guys are getting lazy..
Talking about the Album, back in 1995, would probably

rian_xjml said...

hey guys thanks for posting. i'm really starting to get into the desert/stoner scene at the moment, and these guys are right up my alley. heavy as all hell, but still melodic enough to keep it interesting.

marv said...

not longer available =( can someone upload it again pleeeease?? this album is so hard to get, i cant even order the original cd somewhere... would be great, thx.