Pro-Pain - Fistful Of HateIntense, uncompromising, spirited, relentless, honest, unique, bulletproof.
Those are some of the words used to describe the New York hard music veterans of PRO-PAIN.
Pro-Pain started in 1992 with their debut album “Foul taste of Freedom”. To date Pro-Pain has recorded 9 studio albums and the last one is “Fistful of hate”.
Pro-Pain is known for their aggressive Heavy/Hardcore influence and every album again they show us that they are still there and as hard as always.
“Fistful of hate” is as always a heavy/hard and uncompromising as the rest of their albums, although this album is much more melodic as their previous album “Shreds Of Dignity” what was full of aggression and only aggression.
If you listen to this album you will hear the different influences clearly, the rough and pounding influence of hardcore but on the other hand really catchy guitar riffs and fast and hard drum works.
Lost Horizons is a very catchy and cool song, nice guitar solo in the middle of the song, witch is done outstanding! The rest of the song is (as I said earlier) raw and uncompromising hard pounding heavycore.
My opinion of the album is that it's a great album that is catchy and hard, a Pro-Pain record like always. Great album and everyone who likes metal or hardcore or whatever will like this album.
It's just another masterpiece!!!!
Gary Meskil: Bass / Vox
Tom Klimchuck: Lead Guitar
Eric Klinger: Rhythm Guitar / Vox
JC Dwyer: Drums
1. Can You Feel It?
2. Left For Dead
5. American Dreams
6. Cut Throat
8. Save Face
9. The Better Half Of Forever
10. Freedom Rings
11. Lost Horizons
12. Fistful Of Hate
Review by Dinges