John 5 Album Details
2010-03-23 by Alex C. Soothsayer | 22 Comments

John 5 will release his fifth solo album entitled The Art of Malice on May 11th.

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Prophet178
March 23rd 2010

6397 Comments


[img]http://www.john-5.com/art-malice/cover-frontsite.jpg[/img]

supertouchox2
March 23rd 2010

1062 Comments


man has a shit load of telecasters

BassDemon333
March 23rd 2010

3366 Comments


Sweet, i'll probably check this out. 5 is an awesome guitarist.

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bloc
March 23rd 2010

34780 Comments


5's definitely got style and skill. But what's he doing without his signature model on the front cover?

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WhiteWallStargazers
March 23rd 2010

2647 Comments


album cover looks so stupid

KebertXela
March 23rd 2010

367 Comments


thought this was already posted like a month ago.

In any case, John 5 is great and I will undoubtedly be checking this out. He spent $133,000 on a telecaster....that's just nuts.

Ire
March 23rd 2010

41754 Comments


Worst cover of 2010, that includes Omars albums.

CushMG15
March 23rd 2010

1802 Comments


Album art sucks, but who cares. Dude kills it.

Ire
March 23rd 2010

41754 Comments


I cares, i put shit like that on my shelf.

bloc
March 23rd 2010

34780 Comments


So you will be buying this?

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
March 23rd 2010

31096 Comments


Looks like an ICP cover

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bloc
March 23rd 2010

34780 Comments


It really does, perfect comparison.

Phantom
March 23rd 2010

8930 Comments


nice eyebrow bro



pretty great guitarist though

bloc
March 23rd 2010

34780 Comments


I think it's painted on, no?

Phantom
March 23rd 2010

8930 Comments


yep

CushMG15
March 23rd 2010

1802 Comments


Hopefully this is more in the vein of The Devil Knows My Name, as opposed to Requiem.

Incognito
March 23rd 2010

16 Comments


More in the vein of The Devil Knows My Name? In my opinion Requiem was essentially The Devil Knows my Name and as such is not quite as good. Having the guest guitarists on TDKNM gave it a bit of added zing, something Requiem lacked.

I'd like to see him try something a bit different, but keep the bluegrass stuff, that's always welcome.

Jebull
March 23rd 2010

1340 Comments


Lol cover looks terrible... But I'm sure it will shred, he usually makes an interesting listen

Urinetrouble
March 23rd 2010

5760 Comments


album should sound like vertigo; his bluegrass songs are incredible

Avirov
March 24th 2010

1206 Comments


Hopefully there's some legitimate songwriting to be found here rather than just endless riffs and drawn out guitar solos

CushMG15
March 24th 2010

1802 Comments


Yeah, thats pretty much what I meant by that. TDKMK was fucking awesome, where as Requiem was decent. So I hope this is more along the lines of "fucking awesome", as opposed to "decent".

JesusV4
March 25th 2010

391 Comments


Don't care for John 5 much.



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