I love the fact (or maybe I hate it) that people don’t know who Doujah Raze is. This man has been around for a long while and just been on hiatus for a while. He’s originally from the VA area and was putting out 12″ records when the indie scene was still developing and as I recall he was a part of that Rawkus 50.
But lets get current, he’s got a new album dropping in a couple of weeks entitle The Eighth House. If this song proves a proper sampling for what the rest of the album is going to sound like, I think everyone should want to cop. Shuko provides another stalwart production to add to his resume and Raze spits some illness in his gruff baritone. Peep!
The original just dropped, what, 2 weeks ago? Well, I am not complaining. Shuko’s rendition of this track is dope. The new JMT album drops in two weeks so be prepared. I am thinking that by having a new staple of producers for this album (no offense to Stoupe) that we might have a very special album on our hands. Violence Begets Violence You can preorder now!
Artist: Ill Bill x Vinnie Paz
Album: Heavy Metal Kings
1. Keeper Of The Seven Keys (Produced by C-Lance)
2. Eye Is The King (Produced by Junior Makhno)
3. Impaled Nazarene (Produced by Grand Finale)
4. Children Of God (Produced by ILL Bill)
5. Blood Meridian (Produced by Gem Crates)
6. Oath Of The Goat (Produced by Vherbal)
7. King Diamond (Produced by ILL Bill)
8. The Vice Of Killing featuring Reef the Lost Cauze and Sabac Red (Produced by Sicknature)
9. Devil’s Rebels featuring Crypt the Warchild (Produced by Shuko)
10. Age Of Quarrel (Produced by Jack of all Trades)
11. Metal In Your Mouth featuring Q-Unique and Slaine (Produced by Jack of all Trades)
12. Terror Network (Produced by C-Lance)
13. Leviathan (The Spell Of Kingu) – (Produced by DJ Muggs)
14. The Crown Is Mine (Produced by C-Lance)
15. Splatterfest (Produced by C-Lance)
16. The Final Call (Produced by ILL Bill)
I have been waiting for something of this audible velocity to hit my ear drums. Heavy Metal Kings is intelligent, sadistic, and raw. Most of the songs found there within will hit you like a bullet train. With that being said, I understand why this release may not be for everybody. This is not the album that you are going to get good vibes from. This is not something you are going to chill to. You are not going to rock this at a party. This is something for your senses to devour.