Deicide - In Torment In Hell


6.2 | 130 votes |
Release date: 2001
Style: Death metal

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01. In Torment In Hell
02. Christ Don't Care
03. Vengence Will Be Mine
04. Imminent Doom
05. Child Of God
06. Let It Be Done
07. Worry In The House Of Thieves
08. Lurking Among Us

Guest review by
Slayer666
Rating:
3.8
So you guys like death metal? Me too, but only if it's either of superb quality or dares to venture into uncharted territories. But what about generic death metal? You know, band 'A' inventing the genre, band 'B' doing what band 'A' does, sometimes even better, sometimes a bit worse, then band 'C' rips off band 'B' (which is already basically a rip-off of band 'A'), then band 'D' rips off band 'C', until we get a genre plagued by hundreds of bands doing the same goddamn thing. Who the fudge has the patience to even wade through all that crap, let alone enjoy it? To put it bluntly, In Torment In Hell sounds like an album made by a band 'Z', who ripped off all the other bands preceding it in alphabetic order. Yup, it's that generic and derivative.

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published 11.10.2011 | Comments (1)

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14.01.2011 - 15:23
Rating: 5
Deadmeat
Necrobutcher
After listening to this album i can agree with all here that it is pure shit. the worst from deicide..
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Υou've sold your human essence to the cold world of dead and empty things... You're SOLD!
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15.01.2011 - 06:05
Rating: 3
Angelic Storm
Melodious
Ive never made any secret about how much I dislike this album. lol Absolutely terrible album that actually makes "Insineratehymn" seem like a decent effort. Not a single great or memorable track to be found anywhere here. Without doubt, Deicide's worst album. Tedious, monotonous stuff.
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30.10.2012 - 23:56
Illog1cal
Account deleted
This album is good in highlighting the greed of record companies. Not an album to be taken seriously, this is not the real Deicide.
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19.06.2013 - 19:46
Rating: 4
musicalkaratekid
This album drags on forever, and it only lasts for a little over thirty minutes. By far Deicide's career lowpoint.
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