Slither is the fourth full-length album by the American metalcore band Earth Crisis, released in 2000. With this album, Earth Crisis returned to Victory Records after releasing Breed the Killers on Roadrunner Records in 1998. The album ventured into the nu metal sound influenced in '90s metal bands Korn, Slipknot, Biohazard and Machine Head. The album cover was designed by the artist Dave McKean.
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asceticism Earth Crisis made briefly, astonishingly popular during the second half of the 1990s, from a purely sonic standpoint, the band’s landmark 1996 sophomore full-length Gomorrah’s Season Ends is a innovative, off-kilter, unpredictable extreme music masterpiece: It really should be ranked among the best heavy records of its era and considered one of the greatest metallic hardcore records . If Slither is shitty to you, that is valid. But the record is hardly the great apostasy it has been made out to be. Indeed, by my lights it’s easier to defend than the album that came before it and allthe records that came after.
NotesElectronic Press Kit
"This videocassette contains an interview with the band as well as a video for the song Provoke which is found on their upcoming Victory release `Slither`" - Backinfo