Gods Of War + Blood Upon The Altar - Blasphemy Reviews
Description:Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Heavy Metal / Artist: Blasphemy / Import / Audio CD released 2002-01-28 at Unknown Label / ... more
Gods Of War + Blood Upon The Altar - Blasphemy ... Disc #1 Tracklisting
1 Apocalypse Side
2 Intro: Elders of the Apocalypse
3 Blood Upon the Alter
4 Blasphemous Attack
5 Gods of Wars
6 Intro: Atomic Nuclear Desolation
7 Nocturnal Slayer
8 Abyss Side
9 Emperor of the Black Abyss
10 Intro: Blasphemy
11 Intro: Necrosadist
12 War Command
13 Empty Chalice
14 Ross Bay Intro
15 War Command
17 Intro: Weltering in Blood
19 Nocturnal Slayer
21 Intro: Blasphemous Attack
22 Guitar Effect Outro
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by - written on 24/03/08 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Canadian black metal band Blasphemy accidentally pioneered the sub-genre of "war metal," or rather fast and aggressive black metal mixed with grindcore influence and lyrical themes of annihilation. While almost all of the imitation acts are pretty unbearable, Blasphemy's early material still has the same raw enjoyment as much early black metal, clearly owing a large part of its sound to Bathory (especially present in 'Ross Bay Intro,' which is indistinguishable from early Bathory intros with its howling wind, church bell and other eerie sounds), but absorbing enough contemporary grindcore influence to keep most of the compositions short, sharp and to the ... Read the complete review
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