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Atrocity - Okkult III

7.6 | 60 votes |
Release date: 20 January 2023
Style: Death metal, Symphonic death metal, Gothic industrial metal


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01. Desecration Of God
02. Fire Ignites
03. Born To Kill
04. Bleeding For Blasphemy
05. Priest Of Plague
06. Malicious Sukkubus [feat. Elina Siirala & Zoë Marie Federoff]
07. Lycanthropia
08. Faces From Beyond
09. Cypka
10. Teufelsmarsch [feat. Robert Dahn & Misstiq]

Alexander Krull - vocals
Luc Gebhardt - guitars
Micki Richter - guitars
Joris Nijenhuis - drums
Andre Nasso - bass

Guest musicians
Elina Siirala - vocals
Zoë Marie Federoff - vocals
Igor Górewicz - vocals
Robert "Robse" Dahn - vocals
Jonah Weingarten - orchestrations
Misstiq - keyboards

Additional info
Released via Massacre Records

Recorded, mixed and mastered at Mastersound Studio, Stuttgart, Germany.

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20.01.2023 - 15:29
Bad English
Tage Westerlund
I am not kerrang writer, I cant talk about part III of this one, IMO trilogy must be something special. Here I hear more less good done Symphonic death metal album byt experience band what could manage whit its experience.
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23.01.2023 - 17:03
Rating: 6

I don't hear much symphonic elements on this album and those few sound weird to me. I think it's more like straight death metal which has it's moments but overall wears me out. I don't like the vocals either and album cover art is pretty lame. Clearly this is not my thing.
24.01.2023 - 12:42
Rating: 7
Dark Forever
Ruído Sonoro
This used to be an unpredictable and original band, you never knew what to expect from them and it was always a fun ride. Sadly, these Okkult trilogy albums are very similar and add little to their discography (I guess one was enough). Well executed Death Metal with some great moments, but mostly "just good". They can do better.
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28.01.2023 - 07:57
Rating: 7
A Nice Guy
I find a few tracks interesting particularly "Malicious Sukkubus", there is some wicked grooves here and there and they have a bit of Morbid Angel about them. As symphonic death metal goes this isn't anything out of the ordinary but still decent, even though the symphonic elements are very sparse.
17.02.2023 - 18:35
Rating: 7

Written by Anghellic67 on 23.01.2023 at 17:03

I don't hear much symphonic elements on this album and those few sound weird to me.

Same here.....its more of regular DM but for me some tracks were interesting.
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