Suffocation - Souls To Deny

8.2 | 154 votes |
Release date: 2004
Style: Brutal death metal


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01. Deceit
02. To Weep Once More
03. Souls To Deny
04. Surgery Of Impalement
05. Demise Of The Clone
06. Subconsciously Enslaved
07. Immortally Condemned
08. Tomes Of Acrimony

Frank Mullen - vocals
Mike Smith (I) - drums, bass
Terrance Hobbs - guitars, bass
Guy Marchais - guitars

Additional info
Produced by Suffocation
Engineered and mixed by Joe Cincotta and Suffocation
Mastered by Scott Hull at Visceral Sound
Artwork by Dan Seagrave

Staff review by
Well I declare myself a Suffocation fan, in fact a Huge fan, I love mostly every song, album, etc. The song I love the most in metal music is "Infecting The Crypts" yes from Suffocation, Why am I saying this? Because this time I wasn't at all impressed by this album, it's very good yes, but as a fan I think is not as great as their older albums, and I was expecting much more. Anyway I am going to make a review not as a Suffocation fan, but as a Death Metal lover.

published 03.01.2005 | Comments (7)

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17.04.2010 - 01:07
Rating: 10
This album has some really amazing songs. the riffing style in many moments is amazing!
Υou've sold your human essence to the cold world of dead and empty things... You're SOLD!
23.12.2012 - 17:47
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Very decent comeback album.
08.04.2013 - 03:17
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Written by Deadmeat on 17.04.2010 at 01:07

This album has some really amazing songs. the riffing style in many moments is amazing!

I think this album stands out amongst their other albums in terms of its riffing. Its very comparable to classical violins, its melodically majestic in an odd kind of way.

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