1, an Album by White Zombie. Sean Yseult's bass lines were nothing too special, but they have a good flow to them, and their audible presence in the recording helps to fatten up Jay Yuenger's rhythms which aren't all that leaden or heavy by themselves, ranging between slow to mid-paced heavy/thrashing to a semi-sludge sensibility with a slightly neutered production. The guitar and the bass sounds nice too but they could maybe have been somewhat rawer. Helpful. White Zombie's 3rd studio album 'La Sexorcisto: Devil Music, Vol. More importantly, it all works so well together here that this quickly became a shoe-in for one of the most entertaining metal records of 1992, a rather barren year in many scenes, as thrash was on its way out to be replaced by grunge, rap-rock, and the ever increasing brutality of death metal. Backing the catchy riffs and trippy jams with a perfect vocal match. It took me a few listens to get into this, but it was worth it. Track 2 is one of these clips. You hear those sounds in the backround that sound like people fucking? These are the only complaints (in addition to the production) that I can give to what is otherwise a solid piece of groovy metal with a kick. It is the main reason really I miss these guys. Again a strange penchant for samples on this album but I enjoy them. Hey! This album was my first White Zombie, and continues to be my favorite work by them. What bites me is the band came so damned close to having a great album. Its no surprise to me why White Zombie has such a divided reputation amongst metalheads. Price Match Guarantee. She had never picked up a bass before the Voodoo Moon EP, but had clearly earned her keep by this time. Ah , I pop this cd into my walkman, put in my earbuds, and take a nice rockin trip down route 666. "Cosmic Monsters" has lots of catchy parts, but it never forms into a cohesive song (you get a few verses and choruses and then the band seemingly forget what they're doing and lapse into an overlong bridge section). The introduction is kind of long. And with songs like "Welcome to Planet Motherfucker/Psycholic Slag," you know these boys were on some strong shit when they were writing songs. The man has built I'm a great possition (much because of this release) in the metal music as one of the biggest dudes and greatest singers. Bringing forth some of the catchiest riffs in metal and trippy leads that are a nice throwback to the '70s. First of all, imagine Alice in Chains' drum sound from Dirt, then add in a prominent, gurgling bass that might suit Faith No More as much as it would a hardcore or punk rock band, those Prong-ish riffs played with both a ton more atmosphere and digressions into Metallica's Black Album arena, while a total nut of a singer spews a commanding, gravelly, acid-fuelled diatribe about all of the b-movies he's ever watched, frequently interjecting with words like "Yeah!" Album Rating: 4.0This was the peak of White Zombie. After scanning through reviews on this album, I was expecting it to be pretty decent, but after listening to it quite the number of times, I LOVE it. I think I heard that little harmony guitar part at 0.42 somewhere.. of course! The guitar work on this album is very '70s psychedelic and a bit thrashed influenced at times. La Sexorcisto was a pretty interesting turn of events for the New York based White Zombie, trading in a lot of the grit and grime of their asphalt and trash-soaked Soul Crusher and Make Them Die Slowly for something more notably upbeat and accessible, which drew upon influences like groove metal, stoner rock and probably a lot of Slayer riffing of around that early 90s period which I hear a lot of tonal nods towards. Try Soul-Crusher. Some pretty sweet tracks on here for sure. Being the last album with Ivan de Prume, it turns out to be his best performance with the band. White Zombie was always different from the other groove metal bands that were big during the early 1990s. I don't care what punk band you used to front, if you're gonna come do guest vocals, actually contribute to the song, don't just slap your name on it and wait for the money to flow in. Intros and outros could certainly have been trimmed, especially those of 'I Am Legend' and 'Spiderbaby', which get in one another's way when they coincide, while minimizing the samples would probably have made a more effective overall experience, something that the interludes don't help. His range is admittedly limited to a few notes and verse patterns that he uses over, and over, and over, but there are so few front men I can think of who leave who could leave such an immediate impression (for better or worse). Sure, Rob Zombie has his movies and his techno metal solo albums, but they only hold passing novelty, containing not even 1/10th of the intensity displayed here. They focus more on wild stories instead of angst, and as a result their music is still heavy and full of punchy grooves while being crazy and fun. Rob doesn't live up to his hype. For a remedy to tedious groove metal and a colourful trip (pun intended) back into the early '90s, you can't do much better than White Zombie. However, for some reason all those negative elements that would normally be considered to be detrements to the album are actually total assets to it. Without Zombie's great lyrics and vocal phrasing this album wouldn't be half as good as it is. Even the way the lyrics channel these old racing films and horror concepts (like Richard Matheson's I Am Legend which is paid tribute by a tune of the same name), it seems so stream-of-conscious and lovably absurd, barked out beat poetry, heavily threaded with Zombie's timely uses of 'fucker' and 'motherfucker' and 'YEAH!' Full of catchy riffs, tight drumming, and an amazing vocal and lyric combination that range from multiple musical influences, this album should not be passed up by any metal fan. 0 Comment Report abuse Amazon Customer. FIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIVE It still beats the hell out of the production on Make Them Die Slowly, sounding way more clear and strong than on that album, in that Sexorcisto is gritty and rocks hard, without sounding like ass. Where the older material was more like a driving, dirty heavy/doom, and distinct in its own rite due to Rob's unmistakable, grating roadkill vocal style, it didn't have a lot of potential in terms of giving the band its breakthrough, which this record did in spades. 2.13 features a riff that they ripped of from Iommi, but I hardly mind these things. Album Rating: 4.0Wow people really don't talk about this thing. I can only understand like every 10th word here though... -autothrall This song almost thrashes, but it's a fleeting version therein. Though Yseult's playing is solid and clean, I would have liked to hear more of the independent bass lines and fills she was trying on the previous album, Make Them Die Slowly. October 2, 2020 Ted Berger Albums, Metal, Rearviewmirror: Remembering the 90s 0. Sexorcisto is an album that relies on swinging riffage and loud, howled vocals that make an impact when heard. Rated #414 in the best albums of 1992. It's sharp, it's smart, and damned funny. Horror movies, recorded sermons, jingles are some of the various sources that the sampling is drawn from, at worse the sampling comes in to prevent a groove from becoming monotonous and boring. I'm not a stranger to White Zombie, I've heard Thunderkiss 65 and More Human than Human on the radio plenty of times. Now it's time to drive the monster. La Sexorcisto is full of groovy riffs and danceable beats (not to mention a bassline fatter than a teenage girl's thighs) and the band became a powerful commercial force because of this album. As far as the songs ago, they're pretty varied in tone and tempo, but they're all generally heavy, lead filled, and energetic. The whole band sounds like they're on a massive acid trip. So there you have it. Thunder Kiss 65 is alright and has some cool guitar riffs, but is not one of the highlights. The album is trippy, heavy, and overall just a really fun listen. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Review Changes . Very good. As such, it's not really possible to evaluate La Sexorcisto as one would like to do for a normal album, because on the grounds of musical quality this is slightly lacking, while in terms of creativity some parts are way off the scale and other parts fairly modest. The freak aesthetic runs strong through this one, though the base of many of these songs is a groove metal riffset that's comparable to Pantera and Prong but not suitable in any way for jocks or meatheads, who are going to be thoroughly alarmed by all the movie samples, the frankly fucked lyrics, and some of the psychedelic elements that creep their way into the atmosphere of songs. Rearviewmirror: Remembering the 90s – White Zombie – La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol. Everyones favorite female bassist, Sean Yseult (sorry Jo Bench), returns and is actually audible on this recording unlike previous and future albums. The bass tone is bright and pretty standard when it comes to bass tones but is pleasant to the ear. There really was very little like this at the time...you can hear some clear inferences to the aforementioned Slayer, Texas' Pantera, who were also blowing up at this time, and perhaps a metal counterpart to My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult's seedy dance club aesthetics. As a bit of trivia: they released it three times and it didn't chart, but on the fourth release it suddenly shot into the top 20 and the music video was slotted into heavy rotation on MTV. White Zombie were one of the band's that managed to ride out that transition, by honing in on simplistic, catchy rhythms, chugs that were often laden with bluesy wailing, Southern rock personality circa Clutch, and an image that looked like apocalyptic voodoo hippies had gone on a shoplifting spree through Vegas and the Sunset Strip. 1 wasn't my own first rodeo with the band (I had picked up Make Them Die Slowly since Rob Cummings grew up in the town next to mine), but I can imagine for a lot of folks this was the initial exposure to their sound, specifically "Thunder Kiss '65" and its video which were popular and fairly well-rotated on the radio and MTV. As for the best song on the album is Warped Asylum, this one is not only the longest on the album, but probably has the most amount of effort. Good, because after this song the whole album dies. 1 at Discogs. 1 was how it created this entire universe of horror, exploitation, smut and schlock and then seamlessly fused it to the riffing and vocal styles. 2 people found this helpful. I especially like the drums and Rob Zombie's vocals which at this point don't have too much of these weird effects he got on "Astro-Creep: 2000". On La Sexorcisto: Devil Music, Vol. I don't think this album makes references to any anti-religious sentiments. Comparing this to other White Zombie albums is not very useful, since this abandons many of the classic chops and noise rock principles of earlier material, while also including none of the industrial percussion and distorted vocals of the band's terminal Astro-Creep: 2000 opus, which prefaced much of Rob Zombie's solo work. Rob never made anything this good afterwards. Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2018. It's impossible to do better with simple riffs and songs than they do on this album. However, throwing everything at a song only works for so long and it's detrimental to the album that the average track length is over five minutes (discounting the filler sample tracks), making it rather tiring by the time the album is nearing its end. You need to "experience" the album more than listen to it, taking in all the crazy characters and weird digressions, while also trying to have fun rather than rocking out or admiring the musicianship. The opening track called "Welcome To Planet Motherfucker / Psychoholic Slag" is a great opener and you immediately get some great feelings for the rest of the album. There was a segment where the bass was loud and clear but I don't remember her much beyond that besides that she matched the guitars really well. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.com. Gladly dismissing the noise rock experimenting of the first White Zombie album and ditching the thrash influence of Make Them Die Slowly, White Zombie combined '70s psychedelic rock with alternative rock and metal of the time to make one unique and catchy album. Given that White Zombie was a group of misfits who were either very busy taking drugs in the '80s or, if that's not the case, should have been very busy taking all their medication in the same decade, La Sexorcisto is a pretty strange album, though not as much of a surprise as it would have been coming from anyone else. Have to buy another so I can open it per husband!! These issues make La Sexorcisto a difficult album to fully enjoy but an always interesting listen, showcasing an eminently artistic group breaking all kinds of stereotypes and having fun in the process. Another nice thing about White Zombie, unlike hordes of other groove metal outfits, they seem to be completely aware that their music is very capable of becoming stale very quickly and they try to plan accordingly. This album just happens to be one of the first and best from the last wave of thrash metal. Spittin and kickin at dudes in the front row. La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Volume One is the third studio album by White Zombie, released on March 31, 1992 by Geffen Records. Great when driving and probably when drinking too. Taking his simplistic approach to drumming, and trowing in a lot of great kick drum beats that really put the album together like that on, "Starface", "Thrust!" Black Sunshine is the most obvious example of her talents, which were well above par for one of the more neglected instruments in metal. Nevertheless after all the blues scale riffs "Finally, nothing moves...A concrete fascination, scraping the edge of nothing." Nice guitar at the beginning, adding drums on top into the verse. Black Sunshine would be next and like Super-charger heaven off Astro-Creep, its a song made for racing. GEFD-24460; CD). Sure, there was a tough attitude about them, but they lacked the hardcore inspired tough-guy sound that defined bands like Pantera and Machine Head, instead opting for a sound more rooted in 70s and 80s rock with a dry and low sound. GEFD-24460; CD). The lead work is nothing to shit yourself over, but again, it fits well. Sorry guys, but you aren't good at writing long songs. The early to mid-’90s were major formative years for me and in 94, I was still far more into video games than I was music. i've seen them live and she's mean, too. Highlights: I like the riff here, and the riff at 2.09 as well, the result is very comparable to the previous track. Yuenger has a fantastic tone, that has a great chunky low end for heavy riffs, and a squealing high for screaming solos and leads as heard on "Spiderbaby" and "I Am Legend". I expected a boring groove album with 1 or 2 songs that were enjoyable even if it was just in comparison to the rest simply because that's my experience and opinion of groove metal, but I surprisingly found an album with many good tracks on it. The tough part is deciding whether I like this album or Astro-Creep 2000 better. Knuckle Duster (Radio 1-A) sets up the next track perfectly. There's also a cameo from Iggy Pop (a big influence on this band). May I just say at least Rob sings and is competent, here Iggy Pop throws in some nice TALKING for a brief section and then is off to never be heard from again. This is one which crept up on me - much like zombies of the classic George Romero variety, come to think of it. Album Rating: 3.5Soul crusher is AMAZING, especially it's intro. Yseult does some solid work on this album that you can actually hear, most prominently on, "Black Sunshine". "Planet pretty kill" is a cool line. The strongest hits here would probably be "Thunder Kiss '65", "Black Sunshine", "I Am Legend" and "Grindhouse". I like that for most of the album he's clear enough to hear every single snare he hits, really its a nice touch. ', and the tacked-on intro/outro of 'Soul-Crusher', which might actually be the finest guitar work of the album. I am legend, starts with an often found spooky clean part (see Destruction - Days of Confusion, though the latter is of course much more creepy and effective) another good solo here, they could have done more. This song is the best track, as it takes pretty much everything good on the album and crams it into one evil track. According to The Pulse Of Radio, WHITE ZOMBIE's two-million-copy-selling 1992 album "La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Volume One" will receive a limited-edition twenty-fifth-anniversary vinyl pressing on September 29. They complement the guitar work well and really seem to know what each other are thinking. Within the next two years, Sepultura hopped on the bandwagon with Chaos AD, and Machine Head released Burn My Eyes. Thunderkiss 65 is alright I guess but nothing special, its just the track radio stations play to desperately try to wrangle in some metalhead listeners. Tracks like "Thunder Kiss '65" and "Welcome to the Planet Motherfucker" really show this side of Zombie well. Pantera had already begun the trend with Cowboys From Hell, while Helmet and Prong were not far behind. Anti-religious sentiments? It is her current band which most resembles the original incarnation of White Zombie, a sleazy post-punk outfit, full of morbid fascinations. The album is great, it's defenitely worth some listens or a buy. I get goosebumps when I hear the solo, so satanicly beautiful. How White Zombie’s La Sexorcisto Gave The ’ 90 s The Metal It Secretly Craved On the anniversary of its release, we remember how a gnarly album by … The riffs are both catchy and something easy to (mildly) headbang to (more of a headbob really). La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol 1 Harsh and goofy in equal measures, howling with sustain where a verse or chorus calls for it, but delivered with an almost funky pace and inflection, as if he were a reincarnation of James Brown that had watched too many John Carpenter flicks as a child and abused every substance available. If you like stoner rock, or pretty much any metal from the 70's this is a disc for you. Though it was his last album with the band, and he was replaced by a drummer with more impressive credentials (John Tempestra), DePrume seemed to fit into the band's rhythms in natural lockstep, without ever sacrificing taste or feel. Noticeably, the band's production is dramatically increased and in turn the instruments are clean and crisp. The epic "Black Sunshine" takes my pick as the best song on the album. The guitar work isn't going to blow your mind, but the riffs are very cool and punctual, fitting right into the songs very naturally. Take out either of these elements and these songs simply wouldn't have much merit beyond being cohesive anymore. Every song on here is rowdy with plenty of stomping rhythm that hits hard whether the track is one of the well-known bangers, or one of the deeper cuts. And they didn't even have Tempesta. Beautiful. The Groove riff in this section is definitely simplistic, and rocking. Cool intro, and the bass pounding behind the guitar is killer. Therefore, like the album itself, the description must necessarily be a bit of a patchwork. La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol. I’m not a fan-boy or anything, but I just like the sound of the music, and the darkness of it all. This is why drugs should be banned from recording studios. Album Rating: 4.0I am legend is a definite highlight. The drummer is pretty much there to keep time. These were the elements of daily life for people like Beavis and Butthead, and the snarky sense of humor made the band popular with cynical hipsters in the post-Nirvana era. It sounds like an awful mess, doesn't it? Account & Lists Account Returns & Orders. And yeah, Warp Asylum m/, Album Rating: 4.0Yet another album that brings back memories of middle school. Noté /5. Late in the game, the band surfaces for air with "Starface", which is pretty good. It's like seeing a basketball player shoot from the point, and you're watching the ball sail through the air and thinking "It's gonna go in...it's gonna go in...it's gonna go in...IT'S GONNA GO IN....Aw, fuck, it almost went in." White Zombie scored unexpected hits with “Thunder Kiss ‘65” and “Black Sunshine,” and, whether those little cartoon perverts were indeed responsible or not, the fact remains that La Sexorcisto’s groove metal appropriation of ‘60s trash culture sounded quite unlike anything else in the 1990s. After two more average tracks we get to hear the excellent "I Am Legend". White Zombie is one of my favorite bands of all time. Released 17 March 1992 on Geffen (catalog no. These solos are more melodic, but maybe less mandatory, they feel as if they were merely a trick to throw in some melody and help break up monotony where it forms. He also has some fairly melodic riffs throughout (Soul Crusher has a pretty good one near the end) It throws in some screechy solos. La Sexorcisto : Devil Music Vol.1 est le 3 e album studio du groupe new-yorkais White Zombie. Zombie doesn't take himself seriously, therefore what we have is a fun, lighthearted metal album for all occasions. Good drums! Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in 1280 x 960 resolution or higher. The album marked a major artistic and commercial turning point for the band. Find low everyday prices and buy online for delivery or in-store pick-up. Oh, yes the bass player is hot, like Shakira gone metal. It segues into "Psychoholic Slag" (for some reason both songs are on the same track) which is one of the most fucked up songs I've ever heard. 90s Score: 9/10 . This is also before the industrial influences that are apparent on the followup, Astro Creep 2000, and Zombie's solo albums. Hello, Sign in. Check out La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Volume 1 by White Zombie on Amazon Music. 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