Release date: 10 October 2014
Style: Technical death metal, Thrash metal

Rating:

8.2 | 65 votes

Owners:

52 have it
23 want it


01. A Debt Owed To The Grave
02. Deathless
03. Labyrinth Of Eyes
04. Madness Opus
05. Scorched Earth Policy
06. The Blackest Reaches
07. The Fix
08. United Helotry
09. Apex
10. Witch Trials
11. Sworn To The Black [Morbid Angel cover]


Line-up
David Davidson - guitars, vocals
Dan Gargiulo - guitars, vocals
Phil Dubois-Coyne - drums
Brett Bramberger - bass, vocals


Additional info
Recorded by Zeuss at Planet Z studios.

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J. N. - 14.08.2014 at 00:33  
  "Deathless was recorded with acclaimed producer Zeuss at Planet Z studios in Massachusetts. The album is ten tracks of ambitious, catchy, and undeniably heavy material. Musically, cuts like "Madness Opus" showcase a more deliberate Revocation - restrained, if even moderately so, to deliver a slow, near-dirge like track. Alternatively, the title track highlights the diversity of Davidson's vocals with a catchy chorus. It's an ear worm the likes of which the band had only previously hinted. The rest of the album offers a refreshing variety of music and truly feels like an "album", rather than a collection of similar tracks. This is a refinement, achieved only through years of focusing on their craft."

Davidson adds, "Collectively, we feel that Deathless is our finest offering yet. The songs are incredibly varied and each one showcases a different element of the band. Technically, everyone is in top form on this record, as well, and we really pushed ourselves to deliver the best performances possible on all fronts. This is a new chapter and a new beginning for the band; we can't wait for this record to be unleashed in October!"
Lord_Regnier - 14.08.2014 at 00:44  
  Perhaps I could get into this band musically but problem is vocals fucking suck to the point they ruin everything.
deadone - 14.08.2014 at 03:08  
Rating: 6 This sounds like it's going to be all the boring bits of the self-titled album.

These boys struggle with variety - they are at their best pelting along at full speed than being restrained.
Metalex - 17.08.2014 at 03:14  
Rating: 10 Revocation rule can't wait!
Mattybu - 18.09.2014 at 07:46  
 
Written by Lord_Regnier on 14.08.2014 at 00:44

Perhaps I could get into this band musically but problem is vocals fucking suck to the point they ruin everything.


Agree wholeheartedly. Well for the most part, I can kinda get into it at times but the vocals are some of the worst I've heard. Interested to see them live tomorrow, I wonder if they will be any better live.
Drogich - 15.10.2014 at 00:43  
Rating: 9 Nice one, after first listen goes on to my favorite 2014 albums list
Joe Zombie - 15.10.2014 at 07:51  
Rating: 9 Killer record! Absolutely rips. One of my favorite releases of the year for sure. I can't stop listening to this gem. Favorite tracks: Madness Opus, Scorched Earth Policy, Witch Trials.
The Galactican - 16.10.2014 at 23:58  
Rating: 9 A huge step up from their last record I would say. This is a nice surprise moving towards the close of the year.
deadone - 17.10.2014 at 03:00  
Rating: 6 It's bit more consistent than the self titled one. Still lacking in the song writing department and indeed this one doesn't have any instant standouts like The Hive or Invidious.

At least the slower bits aren't as boring as the last one though some get pretty bad, but then the faster bits aren't as punchy. Not much thrash here left either. It completely runs out of steam by 35 minute mark.

I was hoping this would be their breakthrough but I'm left with the feeling this is second rate horse that's run it's best race.
Necrodamus - 17.10.2014 at 07:36  
Rating: 8 Quite an improvement over their self titled album. Everything has more bite and power. Dave's vocals have definitely improved, and his guitar playing is amazing and very technical, as expected. Still, it doesn't touch their earlier works (Existence Is Futile in particular), and seems to get repetitive toward the end. Still a great effort, though I prefer my Revocation to be a bit catchier.
Mc_Twist - 20.10.2014 at 14:14  
Rating: 9 Wow, I'm really, really impressed with that one.

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