Ulcerate - The Destroyers Of All


8.3 | 139 votes |
Release date: 25 January 2011
Style: Technical death metal

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01. Burning Skies
02. Dead Oceans
03. Cold Becoming
04. Beneath
05. The Hollow Idols
06. Omens
07. The Destroyers Of All

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VloRD
Rating:
9.7
Contrary to what those purists tell you, about how those "good old days" where the best, the truth is music must evolve. Whether for better or for worse, it is strictly a subjective matter and will differ from person to person. Yet, we have these flamboyant artists, who produce such remarkable work, that it stands as a testament to this un-retractable change.

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published 26.05.2011 | Comments (15)

20.03.2011
Here's an album title that really speaks for itself... Ulcerate is one of those rare bands with a peculiar monumental sound: there's room for both punishing br00tality and dissonant darkness. A must check out album that will rip yer face off.

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25.08.2013 - 16:02
Rating: 6
Tatras
Written by LeKiwi on 24.08.2013 at 00:45

Written by Tatras on 25.01.2011 at 11:52

Magnificent work.

Don't you think "magnificent" is worthy of a higher rating?



I have changed my mind since that time.
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14.10.2014 - 13:41
Dr. Strawberry
Written by Guest on 24.03.2011 at 14:05

Written by Void Eater on 24.03.2011 at 05:40

Ulcerate has gotta be one of the best metal bands in recent times. Everything they do is just great- And unique too. It's rare to hear a death metal band with this kind of atmosphere-hell I've never heard a dm band with this atmosphere. I think Ulcerate may be pioneering a death metal equal to the post black and post sludge movements of the preivious decade.

I was just saying yesterday how I think this album could be the first solid example of post-death metal ;]

This quote is almost 3 years old, are you still thinking it should be labeled as post-death metal ?
(Frankly speaking I myself usually do not have patient for this kind of style...)
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14.10.2014 - 13:44
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Written by Dr. Strawberry on 14.10.2014 at 13:41

This quote is almost 3 years old, are you still thinking it should be labeled as post-death metal ?
(Frankly speaking I myself usually do not have patient for this kind of style...)

I don't think it should be labelled as post-death metal, but Ulcerate were one of the first death metal bands in the pseudo-movement that could be described as bands deriving influence from Neurosis and other post bands.
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14.10.2014 - 14:08
Dr. Strawberry
Written by Guest on 14.10.2014 at 13:44

Written by Dr. Strawberry on 14.10.2014 at 13:41

This quote is almost 3 years old, are you still thinking it should be labeled as post-death metal ?
(Frankly speaking I myself usually do not have patient for this kind of style...)

I don't think it should be labelled as post-death metal, but Ulcerate were one of the first death metal bands in the pseudo-movement that could be described as bands deriving influence from Neurosis and other post bands.

Then I assume the header is safe, Avantgarde (Death) Metal.
No such thing as Post Death Metal at the moment as nobody actually dares to give a clear definition for it, it could be confusing to decide either to pick "Post Metal + Death Metal" or "some other new styles + Death Metal" as Post Death Metal.
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23.08.2015 - 21:35
Rating: 8
Reaper_Redeamer
I learned about them when I was to vote for the best album in this genre. They play something original, between technical death and post. Drumming was superb and the first three tracks were a storm that I will never forget.
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