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The Beginning of All Things End


The reissue of 1997’s Kill I Oughtta, now called The Beginning of All Things End, contains the same caliber of rock that you would expect form the guys who gave us L.D. 50. Recently, things have been looking up for Mudvayne. They’ve landed a spot on the Merry Mayhem tour (with Ozzy Osbourne and Rob Zombie) and will be releasing their first full length DVD on December 11th. Grinding guitars, psychological instability inbreed with southern accented screaming and pure “life is shit” lyrics, all making for a well-rounded, completely messed up reissue that fans are sure to eat right up. A few of the best tracks are the sadly entertaining “Pooploser”, “I.D.I.O.T.,” and the two “Dig” remixes.

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