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Release date: 8 August 1997
Style: Death metal

Rating:

8 | 89 votes

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9 want it
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01. Of Fire
02. Trendkiller
03. Misanthropic
04. Let The Napalm Rain
05. Live For The Fear (Of Pain)
06. Stillborn Ways
07. Killing Compassion
08. Bred For War
09. When Hatred Killed The Light
10. Ceremonial Comedy
11. Silent Are The Watchers
12. Mistweaver
13. Pagan Saviour [Autopsy cover] [Japanese bonus]
14. Shadowlands [Japanese bonus]
15. After Image [Japanese bonus]
16. Shapeshifter [Japanese bonus]

Review
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Staff review by
Herzebeth

Rating:
9.5
There's no way an album named Death Metal could go wrong, Drilling drums, incredible vocals (understandable, not the usual low Growl) a guitar that must be executed by one of the most technical players Metal has seen, and some incredible bass-lines, 40 minutes of accurate brutal intelligent and stunning music.

The album starts with "Of Fire" a fast song with some incredible solos and riffs, the drumming is also incredible, those beats are quite usual but Fred makes them sound great though, in the minute 1:51 a bridge comes, the catchiest one I've heard, and then that incredible lead that make demons weep, then "Trendkiller" appears punching you in the face, the cymbal intro is great (must be either a chyna or a crash) this song is amazing due to the drums (and of course again those incredible solos) this song is even faster than it's predecessor; better? I don't know, but faster yes.

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Illog1cal - 10.11.2012 at 18:00  
  You have to have balls to name an album after a sub-genre.
!J.O.O.E.! - 10.11.2012 at 18:32  
 
Written by Guest on 10.11.2012 at 18:00

You have to have balls to name an album after a sub-genre.

Well, Possessed already got there with that one (with their first demo), but I guess it wasn't really a genre then.
deadone - 24.03.2014 at 03:02  
Rating: 7 This is how Melodic Death Metal should be - raw, energetic and with actual Death Metal included!


This shit rapes the Insomniums, modern Arch Enemys, Belakors, Soilworks and Omnium Gatherums of the world - IN THE ARSE!


And I never should've got rid of this one in that shit fit I had in about 2007 when I got rid of most of my DM.
Troy Killjoy - 24.03.2014 at 04:49  
 
Written by deadone on 24.03.2014 at 03:02
This shit rapes the Insomniums, modern Arch Enemys, Belakors, Soilworks and Omnium Gatherums of the world - IN THE ARSE!

In terms of straightforward heaviness it beats out a lot of the modern melodic bands you named, but why bother comparing them in the first place? I know they're all (erroneously) labeled as (melodic) death metal, but really there aren't many similarities in overall sound to warrant that comparison.

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