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Cycle Of Pain

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Dead Man Walking
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14 Devils
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Reign Down
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Down Witcha Pain
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M
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Babe
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Do My Work
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Pungle
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I See Heaven
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Cycle of Pain
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Egypt
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 51:16

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Great Album

me-ithink

John 'JD' DeServio (bass player with Black Label Society) does a great job on this debut release from his new band Cycle of Pain. You'll hear Zakk Wylde playing guitar on Track #10 "I See Heaven".

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bls fans should pick it up

hawkrams76

Very BLS flavored, with a little more spunk. Zakk plays on it, so if you're a Zakk diehard like myself, you need to add it to the collection. JD does a great job on his "solo" release.

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good cd

hac_1234

if you like black label society or anything like that you will like this cd

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brill

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an awesome album of new music. A great band for metalheads looking for something new

They Say All Music Guide

With each new album by biker-metallists Black Label Society, you basically know what you’re going to get. Rather unsurprisingly, you get much of the same on the self-titled debut by Cycle of Pain, who are led by BLS bassist John “J.D.” DeServio. Heavy riffs galore rule throughout, while a gaggle of special guests drop by, including some expected (Ozzy/BLS guitarist Zakk Wylde), as well as a few that come completely out of left field (Cypress Hill’s Sen Dog). But even with the special guests, most everything on Cycle of Pain could have fit snuggly on the next BLS release, especially such tracks as the “Back in Black”-esque “Dead Man Walking,” plus such 100-percent metal grinders as “14 Devils,” “M,” and the album opening “5.” Cycle of Pain will certainly be welcomed with open arms by BLS-heads worldwide. – Greg Prato

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