Heavy Water Factory –Place of Torment. Heavy Water Factory –Delusions. Heavy Water Factory –Between Us. 4:49. Heavy Water Factory –Vampire. Heavy Water Factory –Victim (Naive Mix). Heavy Water Factory –Open Fire. Freestyle Hip-Hop Beat Factory –Heavy Water Usage. Heavy Water Factory –Control pt2. 3:23. Heavy Water Factory –Author of Pain.
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Read Heavy Water Factory's bio and find out more about Heavy Water Factory's songs, albums, and chart history. Get recommendations for other artists you'll love. Jesse James McClear first conceived Heavy Water Factory in 1992. What began as an experimental studio project, flourished into a live ban. hat has produced and released it's own music, toured on it's own initiative, and established a firm foothold in he underground electro scene. In 1995 HWF's first album "Fluid and Meat," was released on the band's own label "Graymalkin Productions. Not only was I looking for necessarily the best tracks, bu. ome that showed our diversity. For McClear, a graphic artist by trade, HWF is an opportunity to express his emotions in a medium unbound by the visual spectrum.
About Heavy Water Factory. McClear was originally joined by William West, but by the 1997 release of Author of Pain and Cries from Hell, McClear was a solo act with guest vocals from World of Hurt's Scott Hixson and Battery's Maria Azavedo.
03 - The Second Death. 06 - Control pt. lac. Heavy Water Factory - Author of Pain.
Erscheinungsdatum 19 Mai 2010. Labels Tokuma Japan Communications. King of Pain opens with Requiem, a short, anthem-like instrumental intro track, before the title track of the album begins. The King of Pain opens with a short drum intro, reminiscent of Judas Priest's Painkiller. From here on, it is obvious how current drummer, Suzuki's style differs from Higuchi. Unlike his predecessor, Suzuki expresses his high energy style through the inclusion of lots of double bass drumming, whereas Higuchi preferred the punishing pounding on his skins. There is even a bass solo included at the intro of the tracks Emma and Naraka. The only down point for the album is the ballad, the emotional Where Am I Going?.