Make Them Die Slowly is the second studio album by White Zombie, released on March 22, 1989 by Caroline Records. It is named after the 1981 cannibal movie Cannibal Ferox, which was originally released in the US as Make Them Die Slowly. There is a printing error on the CD's side saying "Let Them Die Slowly" instead of the album's correct title.
Make Them Die Slowly is the second studio album by White Zombie, released on March 22, 1989 by Caroline Records. Suicide Squeeze has released a compilation CD combining the band's out-of-print Rx Remedy 7-inch and Deluxe Records 10-inch. In 2000 Suicide Squeeze released the "Naima" 7-inch, a minimalistic cover of a song from John Coltrane's Giant Steps album.
After putting out a lackluster debut album, they brought it back with Sick Boy, using intelligent lyrics and mixing in a diverse array of pop and EDM. Now, the group is dropping singles from its third album World War Joy and it’s pretty damn pop so far. The Chainsmokers dropped a new song today called Kills You Slowly that plays like a mumble rappers attempt at a ballad, at least as far as rhythm goes.
Slowly We Die. Soulidium.
Melbourne Rock four-piece Slowly Slowly return from their stellar debut album Chamomile with their second record St Leonards – an examination of life in your twenties and all the struggles and victories that come with it. St Leonards is thirteen tracks of unforgettable musical moments and lyricism that serves as a portrait of living a life in your glory years. The song consists of an expertly crafted buildup that would make Coldplay jealous and reaches a climax in its transition to the fiery and distorted next track ‘Extinct’ in what is one of the album’s (and this year’s) most memorable moments. Slowly Slowly are able to contrast ritualistic moments of tranquility and then turn those on their head with raw, overdrive-filled guitar riffs