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Slow Murder

by Sloth Frenzy

extremists in heavy music. a brand of music comprised of many styles, all which leads down one of the heaviest roads that one can travel.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Thrash/Speed Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Distant
5:46 $0.99
2. Patterns In Fiction
5:37 $0.99
3. Sarcoid Savior
7:18 $0.99
4. (Unblessed) The Goat
5:19 $0.99
5. Slow Murder
5:57 $0.99
6. All Downhill From Here
9:33 $0.99
7. Space Truckin'
4:24 $0.99
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Album Notes
sloth frenzy, based out of tempe, arizona has been in existence since february of 1997.

founded by guitarist mike wolff, drummer max wolff and guitarist dave dukart united from various local bands to form the rarity that is sloth frenzy.

to retain the integrity of the music, months elapsed before the addition of vocalist chris defelice and bassist rock rollain.

this completed the line-up in late 1999.

with the thematic influences of science (fact & fiction), horror and harsh reality along with the musical styles of death metal, melodic and power groove, sloth frenzy incorporates odd time signatures, layered guitar passages and dynamic drumming along with aggressive vocals.

sloth frenzy has performed many headline shows, opened up for several national acts and have recently recorded their self produced debut cd entitled "slow murder".



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Michael Edwards

Awesome Cd. I have owned it since before its release. I lived near band member.
I lived in Apt. with one of the members. I can't remember his name, but I lived upstairs and they had an apt. down stairs that they strickly used to house equipment and practice. I spoke to one of the members one day after my truck was stolen if they saw anything and they said no, but they were worried about there equipment, he gave me the cd and This cd is fucking awesome. Best I have heard.

Randy Blake 2/roaar Magazine

These guys are excellent
Two months into the year and we have another band that is far too good to be languishing in the ranks of obscurity. From Arizona
comes the might and ferocious majesty of the amazing SLOTH FRENZY!!

Thirty seconds into the opening attack of the CD "Slow Murder" and you will see exactly what I am talking about. "Distant" is fair
warning that this disc is not by a bunch of hack ass music wannabees. It IS the fucking real deal!! Teetering at times from a SÉANCE -
PANTERA like feel but remaining completely their own, SLOTH FRENZY are talented up the ass and vicious enough to boast about it.
This ain't kiddie shit folks!!

Blasting through "Patterns In Fiction", "Sarcoid Savior" and the frantic "Unblessed" it is quite clear that the guitar attack of Dave
Dukart & Mike Wolf, the push of drummer Max Wolf and bassist Rock Rollain that this band would leave any band the followed
crippled and maimed and any band they opened for worried that they could every compete with them. Vocalist Chris Defelice makes his
aggressive contemporaries sound like fairies!! Here is the band that could put SLAYER away with hardly an effort.

The gruesomely brilliant "Slow Murder" track is easily one of the best tracks I've heard in the past ten years. How do you beat a line so
morbidly excellent as "Spreading ribs to find the soul inside"?? SLOTH FRENZY even found away to breath some original life into the
tired old DEEP PURPLE classic " Space Truckin'". This CD was produced by the band themselves and if half the rubbish that the
major labels put out was remotely this good than the genre would be unbeatable. "Slow Murder" is a masterpiece of mayhem.

Between the tracks "Slow Murder" & "Space Truckin'" lies the somewhat ironic opus called "All Down Hill From Here". When I
checked the SLOTH FRENZY website (others find the bands and make contact) I learned that vocalist Chris Defelice was no longer
with us. To have written and recorded a CD as powerful and entertaining as "Slow Murder" and then be taken far too soon from us,
writers and fans, is indeed a tragedy. Whether or not the band is going to continue is unknown. The band could be massive. Defelice an
icon. They are ALL that good. Buy this!! Thumbs way up to the band. Chris….Fuckin' good job, man…….

Sloth Frenzy
"Slow Murder"

by Coffinz

Chris Defelice - Vocals
Dave Dukart - Guitar
Mike Wolff - Guitar
Rock Rollain - Bass
Max Wolff - Drums

The extremists in heavy music. This is what Sloth Frenzy considers them-
selves to be. After seeing them play live and hearing their cd "Slow Murder"
i would have to agree. They mix differant styles of metal into their music
to make their own style. Whether it's the traditional heavy sound, melodic,
groove, or even sometimes death, they do it all well. The two guitarists
also work great together. The vocals aren't the average style which also
gives an added touch. I'm not much for Deep Purple but the bonus track is
a cover of Space Truckin'. Which personaly i prefer better than the original.
Also all the art work was created by the guitarist Mike Wolff. In a world
full of metal bands they are definitely doing what it takes to not blend in
with the rest.

9 of 10