Released on black vinyl (180 g / 400 g cardboard cover / 250 g insert / large poster).
The American death metal troupe Immolation present their 2000 album ‘Close To A World Below’ once again as a black vinyl edition. This record is by far the band’s most popular album. If you can’t get enough of Incantation, Suffocation or Malevolent Creation, you’re in the right place!
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Tracklist - Close to a world below
- 1.Higher coward
- 2.Father, you're not a father
- 3.Furthest from the truth
- 4.Fall from a high place
- 5.Unpardonable sin
- 6.Lost passion
- 7.Put my hand in the fire
- 8.Close to a world below
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Excellent death metal! This style of music is rare in recent years something fascinates me, but this album is just genius. I've heard from previous Immolation that "Failures For Gods", is not bad, but it does not compare. There is still brutal, harder, more meaningful. Music crazy, crowded chaos, but chaos is very orderly, elegant, lots of sizes and blunt riffs and melody comes through buying seats. Tracks 1-3 and last impeccably gorgeous, and the rest are good. Growling Ross Dolan is very impressive, the overall sound of a killer, I hung up on this album for a long time, and now from time to time I like to listen to. The only thing that is unsympathetic to me is the theme of the texts, blunt anti-Christianity, hackneyed to blasphemy holes. The rest of the album, the brilliant, for me one of the best in death metal, cannibals and Morbid far behind.
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