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Item no. 317334
Musical Genre Death Metal
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Media - Format 1-3 LP & CD
Product topic Bands
Band Malevolent Creation
Product type LP
Release date 10/2/15
Comes on black vinyl and contains the album on CD as a bonus. Poster included.

Here comes Malevolent Creation's 12th album "Dead Man's Path". The rough LP from the Ford Lauderdale boys has become a merciless and numb piece that doesn't spare anything or anyone. Bret Hoffmann and crew have definitely created a worthy successor for the 2010 "Invidious Dominion".
  1. Dead Man's Path
  2. Soul Razer
  3. Imperium (Kill Force Rising)
  4. Corporate Weaponry
  5. Blood of the Fallen
  6. Resistance Is Victory
  7. 12th Prophecy
  8. Extinction Personified
  9. Fragmental Sanity
  10. Face Your Fear
  11. Dead Man's Path
  12. Soul Razer
  13. Imperium (Kill Force Rising)
  14. Corporate Weaponry
  15. Blood of the Fallen
  16. Resistance Is Victory
  17. 12th Prophecy
  18. Extinction Personified
  19. Fragmental Sanity
  20. Face Your Fear
  21. Carnivorous Misgivings
  22. Dominated Resurgency
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Sergey P.

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Posted on: November 2, 2016

Сool death metal

From Malevolent Creation, since the late 90's, you can expect only one thing - a cool death metal, thrash mixed with the strong basis. Rhythmic "slayer beats" hopping on the blast beats, fast evil riffs - this recipe made 5 of 6 previous albums. "Dead Man's Path" maintains moderation, but compensates for this weight. The sound is noticeably added to the studio - only in the direction of improvement. No plastic and cropping frequency, it fat premium! In music, there are many stops, widely ramified guitar solos with apocalyptic tinge. However, the thrill of listening to this effect is not strong. Bret hysterical voice, as usual, translates pure rage. A guitar is so dense that the rate of loss is almost not noticed.

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