Deicide - The Stench Of Redemption review
|Album:||The Stench Of Redemption|
|Release date:||June 2006|
01. Homage For Satan
02. Crucified For The Innocence
06.06.2006. Not very surprisingly, this oh-so-evil date proved to be the incentive for countless metal bands to release something new, as painfully obvious and cliche as that is. Of course, where would the world's funniest death metal band ever be if they didn't get a piece of this satanic pie?
Honestly though, as much as I like to make fun of Deicide, their lame satanic theatrics and their boring and formulaic death metal, this time it seems like the band actually managed to floor me. Yes, its true - the Stench Of Redemption EP is fucking brilliant. It's been a while since I heard a death metal release that sounded as fresh as this. I don't know what is to blame - the new members? Or maybe the evil date did really inspire the numb mind of Glen "Mr. Satan" Benton himself? We might never know but the result is quite phenomenal - inhumanely heavy but at the same time not devoid of proper hooks and even some well crafted guitar solos. This is not the same bland Deicide of yore - this is music with a clear sense of purpose, an infectious groove and a sense of power that has the capability of stunning even the oldest death metal veteran fans.
The Stench Of Redemption EP left me wanting to hear some more of this new and improved Deicide. I can only hope that the band doesn't choose to wreck their new found inspiration by repeating it formulaically ad nauseum on the upcoming full album of the same title. With this in mind, I shall now leave you to enjoy Stech Of Redemption.
||Written on 12.06.2006 by With Metal Storm since 2002, jupitreas has been subjecting the masses to his reviews for quite a while now. He lives in Warsaw, Poland, where he does his best to avoid prosecution for being so cool.|
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