Release date: 5 October 1992
Style: Death metal

Rating:

8.5 | 2 votes

Owners:

1 wants it


01. Baphomet
02. Ancient Rhymes
03. Melting of Imagining Existence
04. Schizophrenia?
05. Drowning In Blood
06. The Prayer
07. Morbid Knocking
08. Stillbirth


Additional info
Reissued by Napalm Records with the Love Songs EP.

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vezzy - 06.10.2014 at 06:05  
Rating: 9 Absolutely ferocious and hellish. This album has one of the murkiest and suffocating, yet so intense and perfectly audible tones I've heard - certainly close to the classic buzzsaw riffing associated with Swedish death metal, but taken to a totally different level with the drumming truly standing out as absolutely chaotic and adding a texture of extremity.

Fantastic album, a definite contender for the soundtrack to hell, and a must-listen for everyone. I'd go as far as to say that was probably the heaviest and most monolithic piece of metal (and perhaps music in general) that existed by 1992 (though maybe John Zorn is an exception), and it still holds strong to this day, blowing most other death metal records out of the water in the sheer intensity aspect.

Listen to this fucking thing.
deadone - 06.10.2014 at 06:20  
 
Written by vezzy on 06.10.2014 at 06:05

and a must-listen for everyone.


But your description makes it sounds like something I should avoid.
vezzy - 06.10.2014 at 06:26  
Rating: 9
Written by deadone on 06.10.2014 at 06:20

Written by vezzy on 06.10.2014 at 06:05

and a must-listen for everyone.


But your description makes it sounds like something I should avoid.


I suppose this is my cue to derail the conservation and label you as a culturally insensitive imperialist blowhard who refuses to accept music made from ethnicities he deems lowlife and savage. There is no other conceivable explanation for your heinous rejection of this gem.

My "skills" in being an agitator have gotten rusty with time, it seems.
deadone - 06.10.2014 at 06:36  
 
Written by vezzy on 06.10.2014 at 06:26


I suppose this is my cue to derail the conservation and label you as a culturally insensitive imperialist blowhard who refuses to accept music made from ethnicities he deems lowlife and savage. There is no other conceivable explanation for your heinous rejection of this gem.


Nothing to do with ethnicities - after all Austria has produced the Uber God, Arnold Schwarzenegger and the twin-musical combo of Johan Strauss II and Pungent Stench.


Quote:
My "skills" in being an agitator have gotten rusty with time, it seems.


Hail to the new king - Godbuster.

Even I do not reach his pinnacle of agitation.
vezzy - 06.10.2014 at 06:43  
Rating: 9
Written by deadone on 06.10.2014 at 06:36
Hail to the new king - Godbuster.

Even I do reach his pinnacle of agitation.


What the fuck? Did Bad English start an alt account? Amateur hour.

Anyway, Changes is good shit, and I guess I'll leave it at that. See you in X months, I guess.

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