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Mountain of the Cannibal God

by The J.Hexx Project

Mountain of the Cannibal God is The J.Hexx Project's second album, and the first ever Giallo concept album made! Kikaxemusic.com's Matt Molgaard says Motcg is "an engaging tale more fit for the big screen than a CD!"
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Horrorcore
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1. Intro
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2. The Venom Addiction
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3. Mother and Son Escape (Movie Skit)
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4. A Mother's Love
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5. Jake Visits His Mother (Movie Skit)
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6. Jake Speaks To Mother (Movie Skit)
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7. Memories of a Undying Love
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8. Jake's Mother Dies (Movie Skit)
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9. Deception (Movie Skit)
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10. Karma is a Devil
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11. The Dream (Movie Skit)
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12. Mountain of the Cannibal God
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13. The Nightmare (Movie Skit)
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14. What Happened to Linda?
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15. Running (Movie Skit)
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16. Deep in the Woods
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17. Jakes Speaks to David (Movie Skit)
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18. Lock the Door
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19. Savage Dreams
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20. Schizophrenic Rage
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21. The Blood Trail (Movie Skit)
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22. Lover in the Wall
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23. Why Did I Kill?
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24. The Ending (Movie Skit)
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25. News Outro
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26. The Venom Addiction- Desecrated Remix
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27. A Mother's Love- Desecrated Remix
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28. Schizophrenic Rage- Probangers Remix
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mountain of the Cannibal God is the tale of Jake Alvarado- a man with a broken past, who is confronted by cannibals led by a skull mask wearing preist, chase Jake from out of his dreams into his real life! When they abuduct his lover Linda, Jake decides to save Linda from the cannibals, knowing he may suffer a fate that is worse than death itself. A Original horror story concept album, styled much like a italian giallo film in audio form! Mountain of the Cannibal God will satisy horror film lovers and hip hop horror concept album lovers alike!

M.O.T.C.G is the first ever Giallocore album ever made!

GIALLOCORE meaning- A concept horrorcore album, and hip hop music with horror themes that relies heavily on the rules and creative aspects of the modern Giallo film, a genre of italian horror film, that relies heavily on and includes elements of horror fiction and eroticism, and are characterized by extended murder sequences featuring excessive bloodletting, stylish camerawork and unusual musical arrangements. The literary whodunit element is retained, but combined with modern slasher horror, while being filtered through Italy’s longstanding tradition of opera and staged grand guignol drama. They also generally include liberal amounts of nudity and sexually explicit themes. This combined with horrorcore, which is a sub genre of hip hop that defines a style of hip hop music,focusing primarily around horror-influenced topics that can include Satanism, cannibalism, suicide and murder. The lyrics are often inspired by horror movies over moody, hardcore beats. This is the basis that forms Giallocore.

Characteristics
“Giallo” films are characterized by extended murder sequences featuring excessive bloodletting, stylish camerawork and unusual musical arrangements. The literary whodunit element is retained, but combined with modern slasher horror, while being filtered through Italy’s longstanding tradition of opera and staged grand guignol drama. They also generally include liberal amounts of nudity and sex.

Gialli typically introduce strong psychological themes of madness, alienation, and paranoia. For example, Sergio Martino’s Your Vice Is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key (also known as Eye of the Black Cat) was explicitly based on Edgar Allan Poe’s short story “The Black Cat.”

They remain notable in part for their expressive use of music, most notably by Dario Argento’s collaborations with Ennio Morricone and his musical director Bruno Nicolai, and later with the band Goblin.

M.O.T.C.G Album review quotes:

"It’s an incredibly rare occurrence to discover an album that not only peaks intrigue, but actually draws you into an engaging tale more fit for the big screen than a CD. Those rare accomplishments are not only memorable, they’re impacting on a psychological level as well as a personal level. In the case of the latest The J.Hexx Project release, listeners are treated to the theatrical treatment, and in terms of the potential impact the album could leave on fans, longevity feels all but inevitable.
Mountain of the Cannibal God is a collection of skits and songs that rely on solid continuity and a grim, almost vintage narrative that feels like George Romero might have met with Lucio Fulci and said ‘Hey, let’s find someone to turn one of our movies into an album,’. It’s a strangely eerie blend (that The J.Hexx Project describes as “Giallocore”) that makes for a more frightening experience than the vast majority of horrorcore album’s released today.

All that said, I’m more than happy to watch a 90 minute 1970’s drive-in film packed with gore, and dismemberment; why would I not be willing to listen to one?

And make no mistake, that’s exactly what The J.Hexx Project’s latest album is. It’s a fast paced, graphic story that blends a series of horror sub-genre’s, and pays homage to countless genre filmmakers, films and iconic figures along the way. The passion invested in this project is more than evident, and the overall production mirrors the time and work put into the conceptualization; By all accounts, this is virtually a script we’re being read."
-Matt Molgaard, as quoted in a review of M.O.T.C.G on Kikaxemusic.com , 10/27/10

"All in all it’s one of the most original albums we have ever heard. It’s stylized on a 70’s exploitation movie. It has everything a listener would expect: gore, violence, filth, horror, tragedy, drama, cannibalism and the list goes on. It’s sick and disturbing and definitely not for everyone. We are pretty sure that one day MOTCG will become a classic. Not only is it based on classical movies but it is also a great concept album. It’s a breath of fresh air in this genre and an example of excellent work. J. Hexx put a lot of emotions into this record and a listener can clearly hear that. Hell, it put a lot of emotions into us, as listeners. What is more, it keeps one on the edge of one’s seat the whole time because the plot is very interesting, suspenseful, and it has twists.

To sum this review up Mortal Gore highly recommends this album to everyone who enjoys horror movies and horrorcore music. It’s original and it’s one of the best albums this genre has to offer. J. Hexx has turned an artist that was unfamiliar with his music into one of his biggest fans! Give this album a listen, and you shall be amazed!"
-Hustla and horrorcore legend K.G.P, as quoted on their review of M.O.T.C.G on Mortalgore.com, 11/30/10





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