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Saw III: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

by Various Artists

Saw III: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Various Artists

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Saw III: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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Label: Warcon Entertainment
The gory attention to detail of the surprisingly heady horror film Saw III recalls early Slayer album art. So it makes perfect sense that their pummeling "Eyes of the Insane" from 2006's Christ Illusion should surface here as one of the best tracks. Helmet's melodic "Monochrome" might be better suited for a remake of The Crow with its gloomy undertones. And the guttural-voiced Al Jourgensen doesn't disappoint on Ministry's "Fear Is Big Business," where the convulsive drums and speed metal guitars hark back to 1989's The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste.

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The gory attention to detail of the surprisingly heady horror film Saw III recalls early Slayer album art. So it makes perfect sense that their pummeling "Eyes of the Insane" from 2006's Christ Illusion should surface here as one of the best tracks. Helmet's melodic "Monochrome" might be better suited for a remake of The Crow with its gloomy undertones. And the guttural-voiced Al Jourgensen doesn't disappoint on Ministry's "Fear Is Big Business," where the convulsive drums and speed metal guitars hark back to 1989's The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste.

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About This Album

The gory attention to detail of the surprisingly heady horror film Saw III recalls early Slayer album art. So it makes perfect sense that their pummeling "Eyes of the Insane" from 2006's Christ Illusion should surface here as one of the best tracks. Helmet's melodic "Monochrome" might be better suited for a remake of The Crow with its gloomy undertones. And the guttural-voiced Al Jourgensen doesn't disappoint on Ministry's "Fear Is Big Business," where the convulsive drums and speed metal guitars hark back to 1989's The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste.