Nonexist - Deus Deceptor


8.1 | 9 votes |
Release date: 28 May 2002
Style: Melodic death metal, Technical thrash metal

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01. Entrance [instrumental]
02. The Devil Incarnate
03. Faith
04. Eaten Alive
05. Ataraxia [instrumental]
06. A Halo Askew
07. Phantoms
08. Ebony Tower
09. Nowhere [instrumental]
10. Delirious Tongues
11. Idols & Fiends
12. Divided We Fall

Additional info
Johan Liiva - Vocals
Johan Reinholdz - Guitar/Bass
Matte Modin - Drums

The Japanese edition features one bonus track:

13.Carnage Bloody Carnage

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25.01.2011 - 00:16
Rating: 7
Paradox0
Unasuming Madnes
I have such mixed feelings about this album. It has great musicianship, promising song-writing and some pretty interesting hooks. Yet for some reason I just can't fully embrace it. It has so many good things going for it, but I just can't help but feel that I've heard it all before. The album can be generally typified as mostly tech-death drawl followed with the occasional hook or, whatever you would call interesting sections. As I listened to it, I felt if they only opened up their melodies just a little bit more, they could pull off something a bit more memorable. Johan Liiva's voice, despite being a surprising fit for Arch Enemy back in the day, just hasn't seemed to age well and just seems to get more generic with each new release he's involved in. 7.4/10
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15.02.2011 - 23:44
Rating: 9
Death To Posers
Hate Thy King


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