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The Hammering Process

Band: Living Sacrifice
Year: 2000
Label: Solid State Records
Rating: 5/5 Skulls (2)

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Songs

  • Read info on this song Request this song Flatline
  • Read info on this song Request this song Bloodwork
  • Read info on this song Request this song Not My Own
  • Read info on this song Request this song Local Vengeance Killing
  • Read info on this song Request this song Altered Life
  • Read info on this song Request this song Hand Of The Dead
  • Read info on this song Request this song Burn The End
  • Read info on this song Request this song Hidden
  • Read info on this song Request this song Perfect
  • Read info on this song Request this song Conditional

Reviews For "The Hammering Process"


By Nathaniel on 1/7/2010

The Hammering Process was the first album that I heard from Living Sacrifice, and I was totally blown away! I've listened to just about everything that LS has offered so far and I still consider this to be the highlight of their career. (Of course, I do have high hopes for the new album being released later this month... especially since I believe it will have a "lost track" from The Hammering Process recordings.)

Flatline, Not My Own, Altered Life, Perfect... There are lots of great songs on here, and unlike Conceived In Fire, I really like the instrumental song that is on this album.



By B-dub on 7/2/2010

In the past, I haven't been a huge Living Sacrifice fan. However, after the Infinite Order (AWESOME album) came out earlier this year I was itching for more.

The Hammering Process is universally respected by secular and Christian Metal heads alike, and for good reason.

I have a simple rating system; while I'm listening to a CD (via Media Player) I give the songs that stick out (to me) 5 stars.

The Hammering Process's 5 Star Songs:

Bloodwork
Local Vengeance Killer - "Brace yourself like a man, brace yourself!" - love it
Altered Life
Burn the End - a hidden jewel I'd never heard before.
Conditional

Songs I didn't like:
None

Overall, The Hammering Process is a must own for Living Sacrifice fans or Christian Metal fans in general. If you liked The Infinite Order you will like The Hammering Process. It has a harsher sound but you'll hear Living Sacrifice's considerable talent.


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