The Meads Of Asphodel - Exhuming The Grave Of Jeshua

7.9 | 27 votes |
Release date: September 2003
Style: Experimental black metal


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01. Intro - Exhuming The Grave Of Yeshua
02. God Is Rome
03. Blood Blasted Holy War
04. 80 Grains Of Sand
05. Guts For Sale
06. Utopia [Hawkwind cover]
07. Sons Of Anak Rise
08. A Healer Made God
09. Sluts Of The Netherworld
10. On Graven Images I Glide Beyond The Monstrous Gates Of Pandemonium To Face The Baptized Warriors Of Yahweh In The Skull Littered Plain Of Esdraelon
11. Book Of Dreams

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What can you expect from a band all dressed up in medieval costumes? Folk? Viking? Either choice is quite predictable, but wrong. The Meads Of Asphodel is a bad that defies classification, although it could be described as Black Metal with a wide array of outer influences such as Punk, Techno and Medieval music.

As soon I put the Cd the mandatory useless intro began, and as I predicted, it was useless (we never get cool intros anymore), after that, first real track "God Is Rome" began to sound in my speakers and I was totally blown away with the Punk Black Metal sound of the song, is like Hellhammer meets the Ramones.

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