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IMPIETY, the original Singahell blasphemers, return with their first new recording for HELLS HEADBANGERS, the focused 'n' fierce The Impious Crusade EP! At 22 devastating minutes, IMPIETY's latest mini-album is locked into the maxim of crush/kill/destroy - and CRUSH/KILL/DESTROY they indeed do across the five tracks here! Including a cult cover of Sorcery's "Lucifer's Legions" and uniquely noble artwork sculpted by Lord Sickness, The Impious Crusade is the perfect IMPIETY statement: flawless execution, black/death barbarity and insanity, a veritable thermonuclear warhead aimed at the gates of heaven. And thus begins The Impious Crusade!
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21st century death metal has a tough job getting "the hook" right. Brutality, technicality: there is no secret formula to that first 60 seconds but "immediate" is one tack the bold employ, and cratsmen as skilled as BI reap rewards with it. An absolute masterclass in how to deliver a debut full-length, _Starspawn_ stands among maybe half a dozen DM records that offer the same what-the-fuck-is-this? feeling that _Altars of Madness_ had upon its releease 30 years ago. Paul Schwarz
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Venenum’s progressive death metal is somewhat similar, yet far superior, to early Tribulation, and it also bears a spiritual, if not stylistic, similarity to Blood Incantation in its ability to push the boundaries of death metal while exemplifying the very best of its essence. The instrumental proficiency is high without being ostentatious, the riffs are powerful and constantly varied without being incoherent, and the grasp of dynamics is far beyond debut album-level. Essential listening. Ippocalyptica