Label: Caroline Records - CAROL CD 1362 • Format: CD Album, Repress • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal
Produced by composer Bill Laswell and featuring John Ricci on guitar, the album represented a transition from the noise rock influenced sound of White Zombie's previous releases to heavy metalwhich informed much of their later work.
White Zombie entered the studio in early to record the follow-up to Soul-Crusherintending to release their next album by June. Since their previous release the band had started embracing a more heavy metal influenced sound, Nur Mit Dir - Various - Das Chris Howland Schlager-Studio they wanted to capture in recording White Zombie - Make Them Die Slowly new album.
They recorded sixteen songs over the course of four days but decided against releasing any of the finished material due to its similarity with their previous White Zombie - Make Them Die Slowly. Guitarist Tom Guay left the band during this time and was replaced with John Ricci. The new line-up switched to a larger recording venue and attempted to re-record the material but ran out of the funds necessary to complete the album.
Iggy Popwho was an admirer of their last album, recommended that the band finish recording with producer and composer Bill Laswell.
The final guitar overdubs, vocals and mixing were done with Martin Bisiat his studio in Gowanus, BrooklynNew York. The band was critical of Laswell's production, with Sean saying, "it sounds like a tin can to me, with a muffled non-existent bass.
Guitarist John Ricci exited Push It Harder (House It Harder Mix) - Various - Dance Hits 9 band the day the record was completed having been diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome.
The album displays change from Do You WAnt My Job - Little Village - Anywhere, USA punk -influenced noise rock of their earlier albums to a sound more reminiscent of thrash metal.
Rob has claimed "[W]e fell into the noise scene by accident" and that "[A]fter a while we got fed up and didn't want to have anything to do with it. We tried to move away from it consciously". The songs are more like Because of the shift in musical style critics usually review the album less favorably than the band's previous efforts, citing it as being too derivative and lacking in good production values. However, some fans tend to enjoy this release more as the album more closely resembles the sound that would dominate much of White Zombie's later career.
David Sprague of Spin Magazine gave it an enthusiastic review, saying " Make Them Die Slowly might not be the metal LP to end all metal LPs, but it's damned likely to give you more nightmares and chuckles than anything else money can buy you these days". Sprague also gave the production uncommon praise, writing that Laswell "brings with him the simultaneously thin and heavy sound he's so fond of c.
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