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Jim Jones And The Kool-Ade Kids are not what they seem... there are no Jims involved, nor are any of the members partial to said flavored drink mix (but more on that below)... and then there's the heaviness... oh Lord the heaviness! Unlike what the band tag might suggest, the unsuspecting listener is served crushing sounds reminiscent of Dream Death, Hellhammer, Winter, and even Possessed. A grinding cross-over brew of sludgy proto-death metal, thrash, and hardcore-punk awaits! First released back in 1986, Dark Descent Records have truly dug up a lost Michigan gem! "We formed as a hardcore band, which should be obvious from the name," explains guitarist Paul Pretzer. "Like many our age, we started out loving bands like Black Sabbath, but found hardcore as we searched for music that was more aggressive and urgent, and that we felt we could relate to more as far as socially relevant themes and topics, stuff with which we could identify. By the time we were writing and recording Trust Me, I was just trying to combine my love of music like Black Sabbath, with that heaviness, with my love of bands like Battalion Of Saints, who were aggressive and raw."
Jim Jones And The Kool-Ade Kids are not what they seem... there are no Jims involved, nor are any of the members partial to said flavored drink mix (but more on that below)... and then there's the heaviness... oh Lord the heaviness! Unlike what the band tag might suggest, the unsuspecting listener is served crushing sounds reminiscent of Dream Death, Hellhammer, Winter, and even Possessed. A grinding cross-over brew of sludgy proto-death metal, thrash, and hardcore-punk awaits! First released back in 1986, Dark Descent Records have truly dug up a lost Michigan gem! "We formed as a hardcore band, which should be obvious from the name," explains guitarist Paul Pretzer. "Like many our age, we started out loving bands like Black Sabbath, but found hardcore as we searched for music that was more aggressive and urgent, and that we felt we could relate to more as far as socially relevant themes and topics, stuff with which we could identify. By the time we were writing and recording Trust Me, I was just trying to combine my love of music like Black Sabbath, with that heaviness, with my love of bands like Battalion Of Saints, who were aggressive and raw."
795154145201
Jim Jones & the Kool-Ade Kids - Trust Me

Details

Format: CD
Label: Dark Descent
Rel. Date: 03/01/2024
UPC: 795154145201

Trust Me
Artist: Jim Jones & the Kool-Ade Kids
Format: CD
New: All items ship directly from our warehouse. To buy in-person, please call the store at (603) 644-0199 for availability. $15.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Track 1
2. Force of Habit
3. Track 3
4. Numbing Process
5. Track 5
6. Manufactured Christ
7. Track 7
8. Creeping Brown Death
9. Track 9
10. Society for Creative Pain
11. Track 11
12. Victim to the Prey
13. Track 13
14. Last Grave at Dimbaza
15. Track 15
16. Attack Position
17. Track 17
18. Silenced
19. 1
20. Never Enough

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Jim Jones And The Kool-Ade Kids are not what they seem... there are no Jims involved, nor are any of the members partial to said flavored drink mix (but more on that below)... and then there's the heaviness... oh Lord the heaviness! Unlike what the band tag might suggest, the unsuspecting listener is served crushing sounds reminiscent of Dream Death, Hellhammer, Winter, and even Possessed. A grinding cross-over brew of sludgy proto-death metal, thrash, and hardcore-punk awaits! First released back in 1986, Dark Descent Records have truly dug up a lost Michigan gem! "We formed as a hardcore band, which should be obvious from the name," explains guitarist Paul Pretzer. "Like many our age, we started out loving bands like Black Sabbath, but found hardcore as we searched for music that was more aggressive and urgent, and that we felt we could relate to more as far as socially relevant themes and topics, stuff with which we could identify. By the time we were writing and recording Trust Me, I was just trying to combine my love of music like Black Sabbath, with that heaviness, with my love of bands like Battalion Of Saints, who were aggressive and raw."
        
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