Butcher Babies album stream
2013-07-05 by Philip Whitehead | 25 Comments
LA groove metal quintet Butcher Babies, self described as a "slut metal" group, have released their upcoming debut album, Goliath, for streaming on Revolver Magazine's website. The album is out in North America on July 9 and Europe on July 22 via Century Media.

Stream: http://www.revolvermag.com/news/exclusive-butcher-babies-premiere-new-album-goliath.html
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DatsNotDaMetulz
July 5th 2013
1817 Comments


I'm not that sold on the vocals tbh but the music grooves hard.

CameoLover
July 5th 2013
415 Comments


worst band ever

Scum
July 5th 2013
379 Comments


tits

oltnabrick
July 5th 2013
31100 Comments


amazing album. i was anticipating this one all year long wow they finally did it!!

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Eclecticist
July 5th 2013
3863 Comments


Butchered Children

dawija1017
July 5th 2013
560 Comments


Rofl they all look like such douche bags

TrueBlood
July 5th 2013
1388 Comments


eclecticist livez

thespaceforthis
July 5th 2013
518 Comments


butchering music

Raz0rGrind23
July 5th 2013
423 Comments


Ugh, why

cvlts
July 5th 2013
8967 Comments


slut metal

demon of surveillance
July 5th 2013
837 Comments


Heard but didn't go see these guys at Mayhem. They sounded terrible.

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DatsNotDaMetulz
July 5th 2013
1817 Comments


Well personally I think I can dig the riffs. But the vocals bring it all down.

pjquinones747
July 5th 2013
765 Comments


band is megabad

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Evreaia
July 5th 2013
4045 Comments


I thought this was a softcore porn thing

DatsNotDaMetulz
July 5th 2013
1817 Comments


More or less is, the two frontwomen are ex Playboy models and perform topless save for some nipple tape.

FrozenVain
July 5th 2013
2445 Comments


the band name is the most stereotypical shit ever

NonApplicable
July 5th 2013
1990 Comments


"self described as a "slut metal""

At least the band aren't self delusional

Cipieron
July 5th 2013
3508 Comments


"Well personally I think I can dig the riffs. But the vocals bring it all down."


This exactly. They're no In This Moment.. at least Maria Brink leaves something for the imagination

R6Rider
July 5th 2013
4681 Comments


Terrible.

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MrMatt767
July 5th 2013
236 Comments


they all look like such douche bags [2]

VJ90
July 6th 2013
128 Comments


AOTY.

ImmortalPaper
July 6th 2013
111 Comments


Been hearing the opening track on XM Liquid Metal a lot. Not that great. Don't plan on finding out if the rest of this record is just as bad.

erandolph90
July 6th 2013
188 Comments


When all else fails throw some tape on your nipples.

ZilbelPing
July 6th 2013
6161 Comments


This band gives ButcheredChildren a run for his money

BlackLlama
July 7th 2013
1690 Comments


These guys/gals are excellently cheesy :D How have I not heard of they yet....

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