- Bad Ground
- [Untitled Track]
- Love You to Death
- Be My Druidess
- Green Man
- Red Water (Christmas Mourning)
- My Girlfriend's Girlfriend
- Die With Me
- Burnt Flowers Fallen
- In Praise of Bacchus
- Cinnamon Girl
- The Glorious Liberation of the People's Technocratic Republic of Vinnland b
- Wolf Moon
- [Untitled Track]
October Rustby Type O Negative
Peter Steele predicted that the follow-up to Bloody Kisses would accentuate Type O Negative's melodic side, specifically for the purpose of making money. Steele's attempt at "pop-goth" actually works well for a while; his cynical take on goth-rock's typical subject matter is in full swing over the first half of October Rust, and the band gleefully wallows in its stated commercialism by personally thanking the listener for purchasing the album at its start and finish...October Rust comes off as a promising concept and a nice try...
- Release Date:
- Roadrunner Records
Performance CreditsType O Negative Primary Artist
Val Lum Vocals
Bensonhoist Lesbian Choir Vocals
Technical CreditsNeil Young Composer
Pete Steele Composer,Producer,Art Direction,Audio Production
Michael Marciano Engineer
Josh Silver Producer,Audio Production
Kenny Hickey Contributor
Johnny Kelly Contributor
Mike Marciano Engineer
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After the rather uneven 'Bloody Kisses', TON returned with a real ripsnorter of an album. From anthemic-folky-Goth (Greenman) to tongue-in-cheek pop-metal (My Girlfriend's Girlfriend) this album has it all. The last two (music) tracks grind on a bit, though (a trend unfortunately continued in 'World Coming Down'), however the album is strong enough overall to allow a bit of self-indulgence.
I have been listening to TON for about six years now, and I would have to say that this has been there best album. The song Green Man is my favorite song, and it has inspired me to start singing. I recomend anyone who likes goth music to buy it.
October Rust is an unmistakable timeless masterpiece of profoundness immeasurable by a majority of comprehensions.