Most Precious Blood

Our Lady of Annihilation (Trustkill Records 2004)

Album review

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So MPB come back with their second record, this time with new singer Rob Fusco (ex OneKingDown) who replaces Tom Sheenan (who went onto continue his medical career). But you're not interested in that are you, you want the dirt on this record. Well, MPB are in some ways as strong as Rob is, much more of a front man than Tom was. However, on this record the music seems to fall short, same with the catchy hooks from "Nothing in Vain". But there are some good cuts here like track #3, "Quiet Pattern", and track #5 "Your Picture Hung Itself". And as choruses go, track 10 "Why Hyenas Laugh" is by far the best sing along on here. But the best musically speaking track has got to be track #11, "Closure", very fitting. The music just has some of the best riffs on it. Ok but now down to the slim here. The best part of this record, (and this is kinda sad) is the hidden track on here in which you get to hear Most Precious Blood talking about farts, being scared to eat outside, being broken down on the side of the NJ Turnpike, and bad country music. I just hope they put more time in on the next one as MPB are such a great live band.

Reviewed by: Godawfulcommiepigfuckingbastards

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