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The ten commandments Malevolent CreationLP

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CategoryVinyl
ThemeBands
GenreDeath Metal
Media formatLP
Media PackagingStandard
Available since 26.05.2017
Product code356151

‘The Ten Commandments’ is the debut album by the American death metal group Malevolent Creation. The LP, recorded at Morrisound Studios (Tampa, Florida) and produced by Scott Burns, appeared for the first time in 1991.

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A high-quality death of the Florida school

The Ten Commandments. No, not from a bearded Old Testament Jew named Moysha, as you might have thought. And from the quite alive and alive to this day malicious Americans Malevolent Creation led by guitarist Phil Fasciana. The album contains in itself just ten tracks-commandments for death metal. I shall make a reservation at once, by 1991 the Florida death as a style has already been finally formed, one can say, gained its canonical forms. Such fundamental works as "Human", "Blessed Are The Sick", and much more have been published. And "The Ten Commandments" does not add anything new to them. But this does not mean that the debut album Malevolent Creation is boring and monotonous; Rather, on the contrary, "The Ten Commandments" can be called a competent embodiment of these very death canons. In the dry residue on the output we have a double-edged old school in all its glory. On their first release, Malevolent Creation is successfully cut into high-speed, frantic riffs with a strong taste of classic thrash and cacophonic solos in the spirit of the guitar duo King / Hannemann. Vocalist Brett Hoffmann now and again comes in fits of choking malicious barking (he does not really want to sing a full growling), the drummer tries to knock, but you can hear that his experience is not enough. The quality of recording on "The Ten Commandments", of course, is lame. But if you make a discount for the time of release of the album and the fact that for Malevolent Creation this is the first studio work, then we can say that the record is more than acceptable for the old school. As a result: we have a good quality high-quality death of the Florida school without the wisdom and special delights that you can listen to even today with great pleasure. After all, "The Ten Commandments" managed to earn a classical status over the years, and Malevolent Creation gained a worthy place in the ranks of classics and patriarchs of style.

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