21 April 2017
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When Ice-T decided to form a metal band in the early 90s, this was an unprecedented crossing of the boundary between the worlds of rap and rock. And it still is – unless you can point me to all them other established rappers who have their metal side projects. Still, Body Count have never really fit in the context of the metal scene. And it seems this has pushed Ice-T and his gang to play even heavier, more brutal and eviler music.

sounds like the album Body Count have always wanted to make, but for some reason never could. The first thing that sets it apart from previous releases is the music – if until now Body Count had sounded like they were trying to play too many styles of metal, with outbursts of punk, this time there is one dominant theme: thrash metal...READ MORE