Type O Negative

Dead Again (SPV Records 2007)

Album review

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Type O Negative have returned in style with the appropriately titled "Dead Again". If ever there was a comeback album in recent history, this would surely be it. I never thought I'd say this, since I've been listening to these guys since high school, but this new album may be their best yet...maybe. It's heavy, creative, and saturated with the gothic goodness of classic Type O. The first three tracks thrown at us leave no doubt that Type O Negative are indeed back, but my current favorite would have to be "Some Stupid Tomorrow" which can be found 8 tracks in. It starts off all slow and doomy before picking up into a furious punk/thrash riff, then it gets all evil again near the end before speeding up and melding into the nasty, bluesy intro riff to "An Ode To Locksmiths". Bitchin'.

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Reviewed by: Wolfie

2007 AbsolutMetal