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Which is released on 2008-12-16 from record company DGC/Interscope.
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LEAVE THE GUILT, TAKE THE PLEASURE - Source: Soul Sides "Back in 2002, I was fortunate enough to interview El-P during the height of Definitive Jux's fame for my college newspaper. Aside from being extremely gracious with his time and enduring what I'm sure were, in hindsight, relatively inane questions, there was one thing he said which has stuck with me since to this very day. When I asked about his guilty listening pleasures,"" he rightly and summarily dismissed the notion, saying if he genuinely liked something, he wasn't ashamed to admit it.
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According to Initial Records summer 1997 catalog, one of the best definition of Guilt’s sound’s given by Andy (who used to run this fabulous label): ” If there is a such thing as emo death metal, then this is certainly it. Super thick guitars, tortured screaming, and drumming that is always where it needs to be… it’s angry, tearing and emotional; fulminating the burdens of hierarchal society…”. According to Trustkill fanzine - ‘fuckin’ monumental.’ The seedling of Guilt was planted in the autumn of 1991 when Christian McCoy, Kyle Noltemeyer, Lee Fetzer and Jon Smith began playing music under the name Step Down. One fall afternoon, i stayed around and watched the band practice. For the fun of it, the band began playing covers and i grabbed the microphone and joined them. The following weekend, Step Down played a birthday party for Ben Lord. They did not have a singer, so moments before their set they asked me if I was familiar enough with their songs to sing with them. The show turned out to be quite a bit of fun. I, without so much as a lyric written, preached about nonsense politics before every ssong. No one could tell that the band was winging it, how would they know, it went over quite well. So at the end of the evening, the band approached me and asked if i would assume the position of vocalist. I, who would never pass an opportunity to shoot off my mouth, gladly accepted the position. The band played feverishly for a year. Learn more about Guilt