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Blasphemic Cruelty - Devil's Mayhem album FLAC

  • Performer: Blasphemic Cruelty
  • Title: Devil's Mayhem
  • Size FLAC ver: 1429 mb
  • Country: France
  • Date of release: 2008
  • Style: Black Metal, Death Metal
  • Other formats: XM AAC AUD VOC RA DTS ADX
  • Genre: Rock
  • Rating: 4.8 of 5
Blasphemic Cruelty - Devil's Mayhem album FLAC
Blasphemic Cruelty - Devil's Mayhem album FLAC

Tracklist

Possessed Commands 3:40
Poisoned Lust 6:14
Devil's Mayhem 4:43
Warstrike 3:51
Nuclear Evil 4:20
Infernal Abominations 4:27
Vengeance Dragon 4:34

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OPCD 215, N° 784-1523 Blasphemic Cruelty Devil's Mayhem ‎(CD, Album) Osmose Productions OPCD 215, N° 784-1523 France 2008
OPCD 215 Blasphemic Cruelty Devil's Mayhem ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Osmose Productions OPCD 215 France 2008
ANTI-GOTH 147 Blasphemic Cruelty Devil's Mayhem ‎(LP, Album) Nuclear War Now! Productions ANTI-GOTH 147 US 2010
ANTI-GOTH 147 Blasphemic Cruelty Devil's Mayhem ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Red) Nuclear War Now! Productions ANTI-GOTH 147 US 2010



Comments (1)

Washington
Evil and fast Death metal with doses of evil thrash that could re-warm your cold entrails if you like it evil, burning and hateful.This new band ran by Gene Palubicki is in fact more old styled than what you could be used from the latest ANGEL CORPSE, it goes back closer to the sources of evil and the influences are clearly more along the lines of POSSESSED's "Seven churches" (Many morbid tremolos from hell, some fucking technical tappings…) with touches of ooold RIGOR MORTIS (Evil speed metal!), some SARCOFAGO ("I.n.r.i") or a bit of early SODOM...One could feel by moments somekind of the same atmosphere than "Hammer of gods", which doesn't displease me, but there's a difference in the fact it sounds less "Raw and rock'n roll" and fewer two-guitar-polyphonies are present (So the Morbid angel reminders decrease)Maybe someone could hear some vicious BLASPHEMY by moments, but the previous Sarcofago quote could suffice for this aspect..There are more thrash metal patterns that could taste like early "Evil metal", maybe something like early DESTRUCTION, the second POSSESSED album or KREATOR’s “Pleasure to kill”, but it's a different atmosphere. The apocalyptic leads are cool.I read some peoples complained about the snare-drum sound... Well, it didn't bother me, it sounds quite military (Which fits) and if it was released in 1988 few peoples would have bothered...This album has great moments when it's fast as fuck and right to the point, but on the other hand some tracks or parts are more mid-paced and I don't like that too much (It wastes the hatred).This is a quite good album you could dig if you have "old styled" tastes and if you burn in hell! At least I preferred BLASPHEMIC CRUELTY than many current war, evil, black death bands who rather flame a few cigarettes than the gates of hell... It might only be a subproject or something, and this album might not turn into a classic (Who the hell could record a classic Death metal album in 2009? Seriously…), at least BLASPHEMIC CRUELTY is burning in hell! So keep on burning!

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