Intestine Baalism - An Anatomy Of The Beast

7.5 | 6 votes |
Release date: February 1997
Style: Death metal


10 have it

01. Corporal Celebration
02. Anatomy Of The Beast
03. Alastor Possess
04. Cannibal Sodom
05. Energumenus (The Birth Of The Cursed Creations)
06. Blasphemy Resurrected
07. A Place Their Gods Left Behind
08. Burn Thou In Effigy
09. Tyrant

Seiji Kakuzaki - vocals, guitars
Atsushi Miyata - guitars
Takeshi Ohkouchi - drums
Katsumasa Yoshida - bass

Additional info
Producer: Kenji Kikuchi.
Engineer & mixing: Kenji Kikuchi & Seiji Kakuzaki.
Cover art: Joe Petagno & Takeshi Ohkouchi.

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15.07.2014 - 03:52
Rating: 7
The Benighted
If you need to listen to anything off of this album, let it be 'A Place Their Gods Left Behind'. Literally one of the best opening riffs ever conceived, and a constant reminder of why Intestine Baalism was and still is one of the best Japanese death metal bands around. Not their best album, this one (that's a toss up between their latter two albums) but this one is solid in its own right. The production can be a tad too murky (even for death metal standards) and some of the riffs don't quite stack, but this album shows potential. Check it.
Learn to adapt to the change, or get washed away like tears in the rain.

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