Back from the Dead is the fifth album by American death metal band Obituary. It was released on April 22, 1997. This was the band's final album before their six-year breakup from 1997 to 2003. Back from the Dead was the first Obituary album not produced by longtime contributor Scott Burns. Some copies of the album also include an additional CD-ROM Data containing videos, live footage and animation. All tracks written and composed by Obituary, unless otherwise stated.
Album KILL YOURSELF Part VII: The Fuck God Saga. Back from the Dead Lyrics.
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This song is by Lloyd Banks
full of fight Cause I'm back, back, back from the dead tonight. Break the skin, you spread like poison Dying slow when we all attack How it feels to be the broken You took a piece, now I'm biting back. Enemies clawing at my eyes, I Scratch and bleed, just to stay alive, yeah The zombies come out at night They'll never catch me They'll never catch me k k
Back from the Dead is another collection of detuned, heavy riffs backed by powerful drumming, and John Tardy's vocals still sound as if he is in immense pain. Ultimately, though, it's the riffs that matter on an Obituary record, not sweeping stylistic overhauls, and Back from the Dead delivers exactly what longtime listeners are looking for, even if other listeners might be turned off by the lack of dynamic contrasts.
Back From the Dead' starts off with the title track, a swanky little number that invites the listener in with a soothing bluesy vibe before exploding into the general theme of the disc: I’m back from the dead, I’ve got no regrets, I may forgive but I won’t forget. With a Stone Temple Pilots feel throughout, the song makes a serious statement and that statement is a simple ‘f-- you’ to anyone that stands in their way. It’s that common sentiment that plays throughout, as Adler finally finds his footing, unhinged from his past and forging on with his future. Without so much as a stumble along the way, it was hard to make it through the 11 tracks without wanting to hear them all again. From the sexy vibe of 'Your Diamonds' to the harrowing lyrics of 'Habit,' and the straight up ass-kicking delivered courtesy of 'Blown Away - 'Back From the Dead' delivers on all facets.
|1||Increase The Gritty|
|2||What Am I Doing Here|
|3||Be That Way Sometimes|
|4||Do It For This Block|
|5||Another Day, Another Dollar|
|12||On My Way|
|13||On The Arm|
|14||My Brother s Keeper|