Convulse - World Without God


8.5 | 39 votes |
Release date: June 1991
Style: Death metal

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01. Introduction
02. World Without God
03. Putrid Intercourse
04. Incantation Of Restoration
05. Blasphemous Verses
06. False Religion
07. Resuscitation Of Evilness
08. Infernal End
09. Godless Truth
10. Powerstruggle Of Belief
11. Putrid Intercourse [demo] [limited re-release bonus]
12. Godless Truth [demo] [limited re-release bonus]
13. Resuscitation Of Evilness [demo] [limited re-release bonus]
14. Powerstruggle Of Belief [demo] [limited re-release bonus]
15. Countess Bathory [Venom cover] [live] [limited re-release bonus]
16. Incantation Of Restoration [live] [limited re-release bonus]

Staff review by
Lucas
Rating:
8.7
Convulse is one of those bands that's capable of being completely unknown and legendary at the same time. Unknown to almost the entire known population of the Milky Way, legendary among the few appreciators of the Finnish (Nokia) Death metal scene. World Without God is their gem.

It's '92 when World Without God is released and although I'm not sure of the exact release date, I'm pretty sure I spent most of the particular day pooping my diapers, delicately placing my meals everywhere but in my mouth and generally annoying the crap out of my parents in as many different ways as possible. Good times.

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published 02.03.2010 | Comments (11)

10.04.2010
Hailing from the legendary underground scene of Nokia, Finland, is Convulse. World Without God is their masterpiece, a spaced-out piece of old school Death metal. Now re-released by Relapse Records with the Resuscitation Of Evilness! If you're a fan of old school Death metal or of cult spaced-out extreme music, don't miss out!

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19.12.2014 - 11:38
Rating: 5
Dr. Strawberry
Written by Ilham on 19.12.2014 at 11:05

Written by Dr. Strawberry on 19.12.2014 at 07:55

Yeah... usually people called Tiamat - A Deep Kind Of Slumber a Rexo-gothic album would think this album very nice.
Good to hear that.

The fact you haven't understood that it was sarcasm to show how fallacious your reasoning were is hilarious.

It's interesting to find out "who" claimed Tiamat - A Deep Kind Of Slumber is a Rexo-gothic album !
Definitely I don't bother his comments on "Convulse's World without god" anymore...or even anything from him in the future.
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19.12.2014 - 11:50
Rating: 7
Ilham
Giant robot
Written by Dr. Strawberry on 19.12.2014 at 11:38

It's interesting to find out "who" claimed Tiamat - A Deep Kind Of Slumber is a Rexo-gothic album !
Definitely I don't bother his comments on "Convulse's World without god" anymore...or even anything from him in the future.

You still don't understand even when I explain it to you. He called that album "relaxo-gothic" just to show you how ridiculous it was to tag an album by going for the atmosphere it creates. He was making fun of you for calling it dark ambient when it's clearly not dark ambient musically. I could tag this album "Mean Metal" following your logic. Do you finally get it? Can you now stop talking about Tiamat?

You're free to have whatever opinion on any album, just stop commenting on things you don't understand, genres you don't know, or inventing facts to sound interesting. </offtopic>

In other words, even as someone who's never been very keen on on OSDM, I have to say this album slays.
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20.12.2014 - 18:31
Maco
Handbanana
OMG How can someone call this overrated? It's holy fucking BALLZ....

BTW. Listen to the original version. Since the remastered one it's pure crap. Dirty sound fits greatly with this obscure album.
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20.12.2014 - 19:57
Lit.
Account deleted
Written by Maco on 20.12.2014 at 18:31

BTW. Listen to the original version. Since the remastered one it's pure crap. Dirty sound fits greatly with this obscure album.



Albums like this generally benefit from remasters, this is no exception since the original production sucked (as typical with most early death metal albums).
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20.12.2014 - 20:31
Maco
Handbanana
Written by Guest on 20.12.2014 at 19:57

Albums like this generally benefit from remasters, this is no exception since the original production sucked (as typical with most early death metal albums).


In this case the original production is what made the album sooooooo obscure and excellent. The remastered version took that and made it sound just like a decent album.

I agree that remasters benefit some albums like Human or ITP, but not in this.
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23.06.2016 - 12:10
Rating: 9
Kuroboshi
One of the gems of old death metal. Production on the original is awesome! It's very varied and nuanced for being so early in time. Unfortunately, their following albums are downright boring.
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