Release date: 24 October 2014
Style: Death metal

Rating:

7.8 | 53 votes

Owners:

50 have it
10 want it


01. Human Obsolescence
02. Perfecting Slavery [feat. Christian Muenzner]
03. Inanimate
04. Devouring The Essence Of God [feat. Bobby Koelble]
05. One Percent Incomplete
06. Loathed In Life / Praised In Death
07. By My Demons
08. Laborem Liberat Te
09. The Inevitable Return To Darkness
10. Night's Blood [Dissection cover] [bonus]

Review


Line-up
Charles Elliot - guitars, vocals
Scott Fuller - drums
Elisio Garcia - bass

Guest musicians
Bobby Koelble - guitar solo
Christian Münzner - guitar solo


Additional info
Recorded by Mike Bear at Artisan Road.
Mixed and mastered by John Haddad at Trench Studios.

Artwork by Pär Olofsson.

Staff review by
deadone

Rating:
7.0
Too often modern death metal bands seem content to imitate genre originators ala Morbid Angel, Cannibal Corpse or Deicide. Hence, it is refreshing to hear a band that plays traditional death metal and somehow manages to come across as reasonably unique. And, with Obsolescence, Abysmal Dawn do just that.

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published 28.10.2014 | Comments (12)

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J. N. - 06.08.2014 at 01:36  
  http://www.relapse.com/label/news/abysmal-dawn-reveals-artwork-and-track-listing-for-obsolescence-available-october-28th-in-north-america.html
Bad English - 22.10.2014 at 12:07  
 
Written by J. N. on 06.08.2014 at 01:36

http://www.relapse.com/label/news/abysmal-dawn-reveals-artwork-and-track-listing-for-obsolescence-available-october-28th-in-north-america.html


submit it as MS news next time, I hope you know how to do it
Bad English - 22.10.2014 at 12:07  
  Just gave a try I dunno, somehow I think weaker album as others, I need listen more not one time
arj - 29.10.2014 at 12:41  
Rating: 8 Like it
Traezeus - 10.01.2015 at 03:31  
Rating: 8 I'd give this album a 7.75. Not quite 'very good', but definitely a few notches above 'good'. I've always liked Abysmal Dawn's style.. they're pretty awesome when you want some groove-oriented, thrashy death metal.
progpiggy - 23.03.2015 at 10:11  
Rating: 4 Absolute garbage. Of all tech bands this one was always one of the weakest. They sound like six feet under trying to be tech. The guest solos are the only saving grace here.

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