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Release date: 30 March 2004
Style: Melodic death metal, Technical death metal

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8.6 | 168 votes

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01. The Face Of My Innocence
02. Maddening Disdain
03. Seven Whispers Fell Silent
04. Return
05. Worship Depraved
06. Carnal Ways To Recreate The Heart
07. Dust And Guilt
08. Elegant And Perverse
09. The Sadistic Motives Behind Bereavement Letters
10. Looking To Nothing
11. Wholly Night
12. Look To Nothing [bonus]
13. Painted Eyes [bonus]
14. Veil Of Morning Black [bonus]

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Additional info
Reissued in 2011 with bonus tracks.

Staff review by
Undercraft

Rating:
9.0
Damn! This came out of the blue and trampled me in a split second; the hit was so hard that I have troubles remembering my girlfriend's name! What the hell is this? It's just one of the best releases of 2004, if not the best album of Death Metal released in 2004, Arsis (musical term meaning "silence") are from the United States, but don't let that fool you, this guys play like pros!

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published 27.12.2004 | Comments (16)

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JÄY - 06.11.2011 at 03:50  
  The first time I heard this album, it sounded incredible to me. Second time, pretty good. 3rd, just average and kind of "fake", if you know what I mean.
Troy Killjoy - 06.11.2011 at 03:57  
 
Written by JÄY on 06.11.2011 at 03:50
3rd, just average and kind of "fake", if you know what I mean.

Fake? I definitely don't know what you mean.

I think this is a well-executed tech-death release that takes advantage of some really nice melodies. Outstanding songwriting.
The Benighted - 14.03.2012 at 19:01  
Rating: 10
Written by Troy Killjoy on 06.11.2011 at 03:57

Written by JÄY on 06.11.2011 at 03:50
3rd, just average and kind of "fake", if you know what I mean.

Fake? I definitely don't know what you mean.

I think this is a well-executed tech-death release that takes advantage of some really nice melodies. Outstanding songwriting.

Seriously one of my favorite debuts of all time. Not sure exactly where he's coming from with 'fake'.
Troy Killjoy - 14.03.2012 at 19:07  
 
Written by The Benighted on 14.03.2012 at 19:01
Seriously one of my favorite debuts of all time. Not sure exactly where he's coming from with 'fake'.

I dunno. Maybe it's not brutal enough or something. :/
Kuroboshi - 31.01.2013 at 06:58  
Rating: 10 CoB? Not even close.

Just relistened this today, and I must say I agree with Benighted. One of the best debuts ever.
BlueMobius - 31.01.2013 at 18:19  
Rating: 9 This is by far their best album. It's head and shoulders above the rest of their work. A Celebration of Guilt is a prime example of the "band couldn't top their debut" syndrome.
!J.O.O.E.! - 31.01.2013 at 18:21  
Rating: 8
Written by BlueMobius on 31.01.2013 at 18:19

This is by far their best album. It's head and shoulders above the rest of their work. A Celebration of Guilt is a prime example of the "band couldn't top their debut" syndrome.

I'd say their follow up EP matches this. After that though it's not worth bothering.
LeKiwi - 02.05.2013 at 01:46  
  Only one decent track here, and that's that first track...melodically speaking in any case.
deadone - 28.05.2014 at 02:11  
Rating: 9
Written by BlueMobius on 31.01.2013 at 18:19

This is by far their best album. It's head and shoulders above the rest of their work. A Celebration of Guilt is a prime example of the "band couldn't top their debut" syndrome.


Totally agree.

This is one of the best melodic DM albums ever in my opinion. And when it came out the genre was in need of an arse kicking and kick arse it did.


I think the A Diamonds For Disease EP was great too but they've struggled since.

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