01. Lurking In The Depth 02. Evidence Of Near Death (E.N.D.) 03. Body Bags For The Gods 04. Cold Flesh Citadel 05. The Pulse Of Somnambulist 06. Unearthly Urge To Supremacy 07. Gore Conspiracy 08. Amongst Phantom Worlds 09. Needles Of Hypocrisy (Interlude) [feat. Denis Akulshin] 10. Knifed Humility 11. Taedium Vitae
BDM and deathcore have a lot of similarities. Wouldn't surprise me.
I thought so too when I first started getting into BDM but now that I have really gotten into the genre and listened to a lot of different BDM bands I can say that that is not entirely true. BDM and deathcore can definitely be told apart by anyone who is actually familiar with the genres. They both employ breakdowns sure but the breakdowns are done way differently and with way different intentions.
For a full on discussion about BDM vs deathcore you can look here.
As you canucks say, "anywho" (:lol:) back to the topic at hand. This album is still the motherfucking tits.
Already one of my favorite albums in my collection. Best in Slam would be a great way to describe it. The mixture of brutal death and some major slams make this album a head-banging machine. Perfect sound, mixing, songwriting. I may have to do a review... I just f#$king love it.
How powerful is this album album ....
It is one of the best death metal albums ever heard ... The album is very strong .... , ... Composers and musicians, this album has a very good quality ... Very good album was recorded in the studio ...