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Heavy Water Factory
Author Of Pain
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Complete your Heavy Water Factory collection. Author Of Pain ‎(CD, Album).

With a little help from Battery's Maria Azevedo and Shawn Brice and World of Hurt's Scott Hixson, he lays down eighteen tracks of non-aggressive, moody, sample-laden music that, while of a high quality, fails to leave a lasting impression on my mind. Surely, there are good songs on this album, but none of them stand out from the rest of the pack

Heavy Water Factory –Threat Of Aggression. Heavy Water Factory –Waking up in Darkness. Heavy Water Factory –Connected. Heavy Water Factory –Control.

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About Heavy Water Factory. McClear was originally joined by William West, but by the 1997 release of Author of Pain and Cries from Hell, McClear was a solo act with guest vocals from World of Hurt's Scott Hixson and Battery's Maria Azavedo.

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King of Pain opens with Requiem, a short, anthem-like instrumental intro track, before the title track of the album begins. The King of Pain opens with a short drum intro, reminiscent of Judas Priest's Painkiller. From here on, it is obvious how current drummer, Suzuki's style differs from Higuchi. The only down point for the album is the ballad, the emotional Where Am I Going?. Here Niihara displays the lower range of his vocals, and he actually sounds almost like (forgive me for the comparison) Avenged Sevenfold's M. Shadows and sounds almost like an obligatory track in the album. But it is also on this track a new style of vocals is introduced, a which was out of character of Niihara's usual style and sounded out of place from the album.


Author Of Pain 5:23
Place Of Torment 4:27
The Second Death 2:46
Control 4:18
Delusions 5:03
Control Pt2 2:35
Connected 4:43
Strange 5:16
Waking Up In Darkness 4:18
Revenge 3:44
Open Fire 6:54
Away 3:48
The Individual 3:59
Vampire 4:45
Alone 4:00
Better Than Dead 4:08
Gradual Agony 5:43
Forgotten 3:18


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ERG 81126-2, ERG81126-2 Heavy Water Factory Author Of Pain ‎(CD, Album) Energy Records , Energy Records ERG 81126-2, ERG81126-2 US 1997
O-89 Heavy Water Factory Author Of Pain ‎(CD, Album) Off Beat O-89 Germany 1997