Thursday, January 17, 2013
Genre: Brutal Death
I can't stand brutal death for the most part. Hell I don't even really like Suffocation that much. Regardless of what i feel about the genre though this album kicks some serious ass. Riffs come from every direction and the drumming is fucking awesome (it's the guy from Dead Congregation i think) and and vocalist is all like URRRRRRRRRRRRRRHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH something about gore and hating women i'm sure but who cares. Certainly not reinventing the wheel (in fact they probably made this music back before the wheel was invented) but it still rules. The soundtrack to beating up strangers in public, if you're into that sort of thing then download this and go for it (also look out for the cops).
legalize drugs and murder
Genre: Death MetalCountry: United States
While it’s nice to have a veteran death metaller back in the saddle (Vanquish in Vengeance is the Incantations first studio album in six long years), it’s rather disappointing when all they can really pull off is an album that straddles the weaker moments of their career glazed over with modern production. I’m not saying that Vanquish in Vengeance is a weak album but when I pop on Diabolical Conquest, simply put: NOTHING COMPARES to this monster and I mean nothing. This is without a doubt the crowning achievement of Incantation’s death metal reign and without a doubt, one of the finest moments in the realm of doom tinged brutal death metal. And if you haven’t listened to the epic sixteen minute 'Unto Infinite Twilight / Majesty of Infernal Damnation', you’re truly missing out on one of the best moments in death metal history...PERIOD!!!
Can’t find a link so good luck in finding this for dl. If you do find a link, report to me please!