Malevolent Creation - The Ten Commandments

8.6 | 159 votes |
Release date: 24 April 1991
Style: Death metal


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01. Memorial Arrangements
02. Premature Burial
03. Remnants Of Withered Decay
04. Multiple Stab Wounds
05. Impaled Existence
06. Thou Shall Kill!
07. Sacrificial Annihilation
08. Decadence Within
09. Injected Sufferage
10. Malevolent Creation

Top 20 albums of 1991: 15

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Artwork by Dan Seagrave

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You have before you, quite possibly the greatest combination of Death and Thrash Metal ever composed. Some might think that that is a rather bold statement, but I am by no means overrating this masterpiece. It is full of very fast and energetic guitar work, surely how the Malevolent camp got to be known as "Slayer On Acid". One might find a lack of variety in the riffs, but it's nothing to bitch about, hell of a lot more variety than some Death Metal bands, and much more than the current bands nowadays. They didn't bring a whole lot of new ideas to the table, but what really separates them from the others is Bret Hoffmann's unique and intense vocal performance. I love all aspects of this album, but the main reason you should give it a listen is to hear Bret at his best, along with their second effort. It's sad to hear "Stillborn" (their third album) after the drugs had become a bigger interest than the music. It is awesome that he is now with Malevolent Creation once again; he is the true voice no doubt. Now, a break down of everything that makes this album such a classic slab of Death Metal…

published 07.02.2007 | Comments (9)

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15.03.2013 - 18:05
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook
Sweet album, lots of thrash in this.
14:22 - Marcel Hubregtse
I do your mum
26.05.2013 - 21:35
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I really do like this record a lot. Usually vocals like this and from other bands of the era usually annoy the shit out of me but these are fantastic.
14.06.2020 - 00:41
Rating: 8
A classic

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