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Release date: 7 April 2009
Style: Technical death metal, Avantgarde metal

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02. We Are Nil
03. Withered And Obsolete
04. Caecus
05. Tyranny
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07. Soullessness Embraced
08. Everything Is Fire

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9.6
We are at the 21st century, can you sense it in the Metal genre? If you reply positively and you have never heard this release, you are but bedeviled. You will not feel it, since before you realize, you will be crushed.

Ulcerate hail from New Zealand (yes the hobbit infested land can yield quality death metal). The band formed in 2000, and they are playing along side of the leading and most popular extreme metal bands consistently (which actually some of them should appear along side Ulcerate, which will not probably happen as I mention as the end of the review).

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published 05.04.2010 | Comments (8)

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Mirrorthrone - 12.02.2010 at 13:29  
Rating: 10 So proud to have this band from New Zealand. I really love this album it is such unique and innovative death metal. The technicality of the drums and guitar is insane. Check it out!
-DC-002- - 11.01.2012 at 13:05  
Rating: 9 Listened to The Destroyers of all, listened to this, so consider me a fan. This shit is unrelenting, jawsomely complex and structured really well. Any fan of extreme music should hear their releases and be destroyed.
3rdWorld - 14.01.2012 at 22:24  
  Some steamy postpunk guitar textures with Hate eternal slamming drumming.Pandemonium of dissonant techdeath.
mz - 25.08.2013 at 13:09  
Rating: 9 Finally listened to this album and I'm very satisfied. I still have to check their debut album but I'm about to nominate ulcerate as the best post 2000 metal band
Mr. Doctor - 25.08.2013 at 18:42  
 
Written by mz on 25.08.2013 at 13:09
Finally listened to this album and I'm very satisfied. I still have to check their debut album but I'm about to nominate ulcerate as the best post 2000 metal band


Their debut is considerably more brutal death though. It's witht his album they found their sound so to speak. The debut is still good for the style though but you should expect nothing like what they've been doing since this album. Even the vocals are different.
mz - 25.08.2013 at 22:03  
Rating: 9
Written by Mr. Doctor on 25.08.2013 at 18:42

Written by mz on 25.08.2013 at 13:09
Finally listened to this album and I'm very satisfied. I still have to check their debut album but I'm about to nominate ulcerate as the best post 2000 metal band


Their debut is considerably more brutal death though. It's witht his album they found their sound so to speak. The debut is still good for the style though but you should expect nothing like what they've been doing since this album. Even the vocals are different.

yeah, not every album is expected to be original and ground breaking. It is totally ok for a band to have solid but relatively standard debut and then evolve into sth new.

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