Power of the Damager is the seventh studio album by the metal band Prong. It was released through 13th Planet Records on October 2, 2007. The album peaked at on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart. All tracks written by Tommy Victor, except where noted. Tommy Victor – guitar, vocals, producer. Monte Pittman – bass guitar, backing vocals, additional lead guitar (track 12), associate producer. Al Jourgensen – keyboards and mixing (track 6). Gil Elguezabal – audio engineer.
Power Of The Damager. All around this world Fear the imminent Barricaded walled More chastisement. All around I learn A viscous calling All about this world All about my world All about my world. All around this world Spins total confusion All our souls are sold To the Lord of the Decadent. All around you turn Laughed and smitten All around the world All around this world. Can you feel it? Anger on the rise. Takes control of your soul Power of the Damager The way your mouth has been sewn Got to find a new singer. Power of the Damager.
Album Name Power of the Damager. Released date 02 October 2007. Labels 13th Planet Records. Music StyleThrash Metal. Members owning this album63. Power of the Damager Tracklist. 1. Looking For Them Lyrics. Power of the Damager Q&A. Featuring Greg Puciato. Show all albums by Prong.
Power of the Damager (2007) by Prong. Labels: 13th Planet Records. Genres: Thrash Metal . Power of the Damager Information. Track listing (Songs).
The album shows a very different Prong after the reunion of the band. The sound is typical of thrash/groove metal, but the production is above that typical of thrash bands. The drum intros are different from other bands and the guitars come in with a kick. The riffs aren't anything inspiring, yet not lacklustre. The hardcore influences can be heard on the sometimes simple riffs and the vocals in songs like 'Spirit Guide'.
Band name Music genre Lyrical themes Album title Song title Label Artist User profile Google. Prong discography (all). lt; The Vault (2005). Power of the Damn Mixxxer (2009). 5. 7. Worst of It. 03:32.