Impaled Nazarene - _Motorpenis_
(Osmose Productions, 1996)
by: Gino Filicetti (8 out of 10)
This EP is a supplement to Impaled Nazarene's newest album, _Latex Cult_. Included herein are five tracks, totaling about nine minutes of sheer mayhem that has come to signify Impaled Nazarene's work. The first song is an album cut, "Motorpenis". It starts off in a very Motorhead-like way (for obvious reasons) with the bass intro, and is quite whimsical as a Motorhead satire song. The next track is an unreleased original number entitled, "Whore." Although not in the usual IN style, this song sounds like a lot of their new material which I think has come a long way from the days of _Tol Cormpt Norz Norz Norz_. I still don't know if I'm convinced that IN have improved, no matter how much better their production is. The next three songs are cover tracks, "S/M Party" by Faff-Bey, "Transvestite" by Terveet Kadet, and "Alkohol" by Gang-Green. All three songs are superbly performed but my absolute favorite is "S/M Party" which starts with a drum roll that gives in to a wicked bass solo, and finally the guitars come blaring in and cut out just when you thought you couldn't take it any more. A wild nine minutes of music. If you love Impaled Nazarene, depending on the price, it's definitely worth it.

(article published 10/5/1996)


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