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Behind Enemy Lines

Global Cannibal

Antagony Media 1

Released on January 21, 2004

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"The Global Cannibal" is the second release from Pittsburgh's Behind Enemy Lines. Featuring ex-members of Aus Rotten, React, The Pist and Penance, this is ideal for fans of Aus Rotten, Conflict, Icons of Filth, Amebix, Tragedy, and Motorhead, among others. Featuring 12 tracks, just shy of 30 minutes total length, "The Global Cannibal" is thematically influenced by the current political GWBush (mis)administration.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 22 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Global Cannibal Voted #1  23%
2 What Did We Expect?  11%
3 Advancing The Cause  9%
4 As Long As I'm Safe  2%
5 Hooked On Christ Voted #2  14%
6 Cycle Of Violence  3%
7 Self-inflicted Extinction  4%
8 Her Body. Her Decision? Voted #3  12%
9 Army Of God  10%
10 Politics Of Hunger  2%
11 Non-lethal Weapons  2%
12 Light It Up  6%
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James from Buckingham, United Kingdom 
Mar 18 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

For me Dave Trenga has always been able to write clever, emotive and down right offensive lyrics! Its rare these days to have a band that seem to hit the nail on the head every time! Whether its from politics to unethical industry's, Behind Enemy Lines has that 'spit in your face' attitude that will leave you hungry for more!

This record is nothing short of relentless from start to finish!

5 Stars well earned!

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Adam from Bellbrook, OH 
Mar 8 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I first heard the title track on Profane Existence's 15 year anniversary comp and had my mind blown. Their writing style is incredible, especially shown in the way they overlap vocals. Not to mention this is some of the most profound lyrical content around right now. A must have. Some people say this album isn't as good as the first but it simply is incredible. My favorite band thats out right now.

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Alex from West Olive, MI 
Jan 4 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is a really good ambum. its heavy and has some of the most political lyrics you can find. attacking many things about america and the world itself. better than their newest album "one nation under the iron fist of god". recommended for fans of Aus Rotten (of course), From Ashes Rise, Tragedy and stuff like that. from the first track to the last its intense but keeps your attention the whole way through. all the songs are great. worth the money all the way.

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Luke from Hammonton, NJ 
Oct 16 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is Behind Enemy Lines second CD. Just like their first CD, this one is equally political and powerful. The music is even better, I think. Same singer as Aus Rotten. A more metal version of Aus Rotten, however, still with the fast hardcore/crust/punk sound though. Lyrically Dave Trenga (lead vocals) is genius. Definitely recommended.

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Patti from Norfolk, MA 
Apr 12 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

dan not patti. this album is amazing. amazing lyrics,guitar work, vocals. trenga can do no wrong. tough to say if its better than aus rotten, it might be by a little bit. best songs are the global cannibal and her body her decision. buy this now.

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Jason from Augusta, GA 
Jan 6 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If you like Aus-Rotten just buy this to. Same song structure as Aus-Rotten but with way better guitar work.

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Benjamin from Cestas, France 
Jan 5 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is so much more powerful than Aus-Rotten! The "singer" is really amazing! Fast brutal metal punk delivered with power and emergency, and with great political commitment through really staight-forward lyrics. Their first LP is just as good.

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Stephen from Kenosha, WI 
Dec 31 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is kind of similar as their debut album. I don't have a lot to say. It just kicks ass! It's kind of short, (it's about 27 minutes long, it's not really an EP but it's shorter than your regular CD/LP)

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Laura from Glendale, AZ 
Dec 28 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is an amazing album from the ex members of aus rotten the lyrics are incredible the sound is great and the vox sound even beter then they did on the old aus rotten records, this is definitely a must have for any anarcho punk/crust fan.

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Cody from Portales, NM 
Jul 15 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Out of the two BEL releases, this is my favorite. There is alot of variety in guitar work, I love that. This album has a whole other sound compared to KYE. Still staying strong music.

 
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