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VLTIMAS - EPIC



7.3 | 55 votes |
Release date: 15 March 2024
Style: Death metal

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01. Volens Discordant
02. EPIC
03. Miserere
04. Exercitus Irae
05. Mephisto Manifesto
06. Scorcher
07. Invictus
08. Nature's Fangs
09. Spoils Of War

Additional info
Recorded at Arda Recorders in Porto, Portugal.
Produced, mixed and mastered by Jamie Gomez Arellano.
Engineered by Jonathan Mazzeo.
Cover artwork by Daniele Valeriani.

Staff review by
AndyMetalFreak
Rating:
7.4
Can VLTIMAS's sophomore really prove to be EPIC?

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published 20.03.2024 | Comments (0)

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18.03.2024 - 11:14
Rating: 8
Chal-Chenet
As good as the first one. I enjoy this album very much. It's entertaining.
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19.03.2024 - 11:55
nikarg
staff
Even better than the debut, and quite different, while still sounding like VLTIMAS. Fantastic and daring vocal performance by David Vincent; I completely disagree with the review over at AMG. Guitars and drums are excellent, as expected.
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19.03.2024 - 14:24
A Real M枚nkey
This is quite bold and daring for a straightforward death metal album. Debut was already fantastic but it feels like they absolutely fine tuned the style on this one.

Vincent kinda sounds like he鈥檚 embracing his inner Attila with those vocals too.
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"Change the world. My final message. Goodbye."

~Last words of Harambe, seconds before he was shot, according to child he shielded from gunfire
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19.03.2024 - 15:22
Rating: 7
musclassia
staff
With the mostly clean vocals and lighter instrumentation, it's kinda death-lite, but does still feature death metal elements in the instrumentation. I don't really remember the debut but I mildly like this, fairly catchy
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19.03.2024 - 18:15
nikarg
staff
Written by A Real M枚nkey on 19.03.2024 at 14:24

Vincent kinda sounds like he鈥檚 embracing his inner Attila with those vocals too.

That's exactly what I thought.
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