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Release date: 23 October 2012
Style: Black metal, Grindcore

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8 | 8 votes

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5 have it
5 want it


01. Agnus Dei
02. May God Damn All Of Us
03. Violent Infection
04. Geometric Power
05. Post Mortem Nihil Est
06. Daily Lies
07. Love Your Enemy
08. Vermin Of Dust
09. Darkness I Became
10. Heretic Temple
11. The Bottomless Pit
12. Obscure Dogma
13. Seven Billion Graves


Line-up
Marco Coslovich - vocals
Tommaso "Tommy" Corte - drums
Michael Bertoldini - bass, guitars, organ
Lorenzo Gulminelli - bass



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!J.O.O.E.! - 28.11.2012 at 18:23  
Rating: 8 Mental.
Alex Fenger - 28.11.2012 at 18:28  
Rating: 9
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 28.11.2012 at 18:23

Mental.

I liked their last album but haven't gotten to this yet. I'm guessing it's another great combination of filth and chaos?
!J.O.O.E.! - 28.11.2012 at 18:33  
Rating: 8
Written by Alex Fenger on 28.11.2012 at 18:28

I liked their last album but haven't gotten to this yet. I'm guessing it's another great combination of filth and chaos?

I'm only vaguely familiar with the last one from the odd song on Youtube, but that's a definite description of this one.
Ilham - 16.09.2014 at 18:58  
Rating: 8 Looks like the only kind of black I can stand these days is the most extreme kind that mixes with hardcore, grind, or sludge. And this doesn't disappoint. I don't know if I prefer this or the previous, I need to listen to them back to back for that. For the previous, I wrote down bm/grindcore/sludge elements, and the latter seem to be absent from this release. I have the impression this one is faster, with a cleaner production.
Alex Fenger - 16.09.2014 at 23:21  
Rating: 9
Written by Ilham on 16.09.2014 at 18:58

Looks like the only kind of black I can stand these days is the most extreme kind that mixes with hardcore, grind, or sludge. And this doesn't disappoint. I don't know if I prefer this or the previous, I need to listen to them back to back for that. For the previous, I wrote down bm/grindcore/sludge elements, and the latter seem to be absent from this release. I have the impression this one is faster, with a cleaner production.

Solve Et Coagula is my favorite, but Agnus Dei is very close in quality. Like you said, this one has a cleaner production, and I really think the filthy/grimy/lo-fi-ish production fits their sound better.
Ilham - 17.09.2014 at 00:37  
Rating: 8
Written by Alex Fenger on 16.09.2014 at 23:21

Solve Et Coagula is my favorite, but Agnus Dei is very close in quality. Like you said, this one has a cleaner production, and I really think the filthy/grimy/lo-fi-ish production fits their sound better.

Exactly, that extra grease just added to the whole experience. This one is still massive, but it sounds almost too accessible for what they're trying do, but succeeded in doing in SEC.

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