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Revocation - Netherheaven



7.7 | 96 votes |
Release date: 9 September 2022
Style: Technical death metal, Thrash metal

Owners:

27 have it
17 want it


01. Diabolical Majesty
02. Lessons In Occult Theft
03. Nihilistic Violence
04. Strange And Eternal
05. Galleries Of Morbid Artistry
06. The 9th Chasm
07. Godforsaken
08. The Intervening Abyss Of Untold Aeons
09. Re-Crucified [feat. Corpsegrinder & Trevor Strnad]

Line-up
David "Dave" Davidson - guitars, vocals
Ash Pearson - drums
Brett Bamberger - bass, vocals

Guest musicians
George Fisher - vocals
Trevor Scott Strnad - vocals

Staff review by
RaduP
Rating:
N/A
Consistency can be a double edged sword. Sacrificing curious excitement for safe quality assurance. You probably don't need this review, or even to actually listen to this album, to know that the new Revocation is good. But it is this consistency that is likely the reason why Netherheaven is graced by a posthumous Trevor Strnad performance.

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published 15.09.2022 | Comments (3)

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Comments: 11   Visited by: 261 users
06.07.2022 - 20:51
Rating: 8
J the Metallizer

New most anticipated record alongside Aeternam
September looking good😁
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A lot of times, listening to blackened death metal is a lot like waking up after a night of heavy drinking: you know you had a decent time, but you can’t remember much of it. - Mark Z.
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09.09.2022 - 08:24
Rating: 9
Very solid release ! 9/10 easily
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09.09.2022 - 14:40
Rating: 9
pandrstudios

This is just outstanding, really technical but also very nice melody. It's really hard to keep my entertained throughout a death metal record, but this is one is exciting in every song. Really solid comeback!
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09.09.2022 - 21:33
Rating: 8
LeKiwi
High Fist Prog
I've been wanting to get into Revocation for a long time now, but felt like their sound was missing a little something.

These last two albums have really hit that sweet spot of melodic and groovy that I'm always looking for. Might bump this up to a 9...who knows the future...not me...
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10.09.2022 - 16:49
Rating: 7
AndyMetalFreak
A Nice Guy
This is a decent record, it has some solid riffs, decent vocals, and solid songstructures and has a fine production too. It's nothing particularly memorable but at the same time there's nothing to dislike about it either imo.
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11.09.2022 - 03:17
Rating: 8
Aries Rising

Solid 7.5, wish it was a little more memorable.
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12.09.2022 - 01:28
Rating: 8
J the Metallizer

Don't love the snare sound but love the record, will probably go up to an 8 in time, only 4 spins so far.
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A lot of times, listening to blackened death metal is a lot like waking up after a night of heavy drinking: you know you had a decent time, but you can’t remember much of it. - Mark Z.
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12.09.2022 - 17:59
Rating: 9
Grouch Douglas
Enigma
It seems like they added some black metal elements to their sound on this album. I really like it.
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14.09.2022 - 14:36
Rating: 8
J the Metallizer

Written by J the Metallizer on 12.09.2022 at 01:28

will probably go up to an 8 in time

Well, that didn't take long 😅
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A lot of times, listening to blackened death metal is a lot like waking up after a night of heavy drinking: you know you had a decent time, but you can’t remember much of it. - Mark Z.
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14.09.2022 - 14:39
Rating: 8
J the Metallizer

Written by Grouch Douglas on 12.09.2022 at 17:59

It seems like they added some black metal elements to their sound on this album. I really like it.

If you're comparing with The Outer Ones I disagree, they took some out and made it more straight up death metal. But if you're comparing with their older stuff like circa 2013 then definitely.
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A lot of times, listening to blackened death metal is a lot like waking up after a night of heavy drinking: you know you had a decent time, but you can’t remember much of it. - Mark Z.
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04.10.2022 - 09:27
Rating: 10
VasileCovaciu

10 stars, no doubt! Cheers from Transylvania!
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