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  • Audio CD (November 2, 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Wicked World
  • ASIN: B00002MYZL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #248,104 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Praise Of The Almighty
2. Dogma Condemned
3. Catacombs
4. Nailed To Obscurity
5. By His Own Decree
6. The Creed Of Chaotic Divinity
7. Dethroned
8. Sacrilege Of Hate
9. Spiritual Holocaust
10. Darkness By Oath
11. Saturated In Dejection

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Do yourself a small favor and buy this CD!Hail Hate Eternal!
"infernal_ritual"
Absolutely one of the best debut albums I have heard for any band.
"darkblasphemy"
Man the drums are super fast and technical so is the guitar work.
"metallicarick"

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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Chris Dalton on November 28, 1999
Format: Audio CD
"Conquering the Throne" is the stunning debut from death metal supergroup Hate Eternal, which features Eric Rutan of Morbid Angel and Doug Cerrito, of the now disbanded Suffocation. Apparently Rutan's relegation to a merely touring member of Morbid Angel left him with plenty of time and inspiration for the creation of the absolutely cutting-edge material which makes up this release. Eric penned or co-wrote over half of Morbid Angel's, "Domination" and his style for that unit is very much in evidence on "Conquering..." Jaw-dropping technical, brutal death metal is the order of the day on tracks like, "Catacombs," "By His Own Decree," and "Dethroned." Newcomer Tim Yeung displays a technical prowess on the drums seen only in veterans such Pete Sandoval and "Doc" from Vader. Blast beats galore anchor Rutan and Cerritos' psychotic, serrated riffing. Rutan makes an excellent debut as vocalist as well, with a style somewhere between former bandmate Dave Vincent and Glen Benton of Deicide. Warning! Anyone seeking tunes featuring saner or more diverse tempos like those on "Where the Slime Live" or "Hatework" from "Domination" should look elsewhere. Hate Eternal have taken up the challenge issued by pals Angelcorpse, "Mirror, mirror on the wall... Who's the fastest one of all?" Fans of the latest releases by Cryptopsy, Angelcorpse and Carolinian gods, Nile, will roll around in ecstasy as they are devastated by the speed and brutality featured on this outstanding debut recording.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By James W. Pickren on January 10, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Dear slipknot fan, and every other poser who thinks that music doesn't get any heavier than slipknot, limp bizkit, and korn,

None of us true metal fans want to hear your dumb@ss opinion. You dont see any of us writing reviews for your lousy music do you? Why dont you just keep listening to kroq, put on your sisters jeans, wear your cute little extra small t-shirt, comb your bangs in your ugly face, and do your little "hardcore dances". Leave this peticular music to the real fans of talent induced metal. Oh yeah, and we should run from you little nu metal queens, shall we? If your ever in the Orange County, California area, go ahead and look me up, I'll straighten you out. I speak for all the true metal heads when I say, "Put on your little slipknot clown mask and go play on the freeway". Cheers
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "tetenbaum" on August 14, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Yep -- I was definately not dissapointed here. C'mon, the two guitarists are Eric Rutan (Morbid Angel) and Doug Cerrito (Suffocation). How can't you dig this stuff, its an all-star cast. Eric rutan has a good low death metal scream that sounds really good throughout the whole album. Jared Anderson (the bassist of the band) has some cool high-pitched black-metal-ish back up vocals. The riffing on this record is EXTREMELY technical and fast. The riffs go by really fast, so that 90% of the songs are over in two minutes. Thats the only downside to this wonderful CD. Outstanding percussion courtesy of Tim Yeung and solos (obviously, we're dealing with two of death metals most influential bands!). Anyone into extreme brutal metal (ie, Morbid Angel, Suffocation, Cannibal Corpse, Cryptopsy...) BUY THIS ALBUM!!! YOU WILL NOT BE DISSAPOINTED!!!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By M. Savage on January 6, 2005
Format: Audio CD
DEAR SLIPNOT FAN,

DEATH METAL HAS BEEN AROUND BEFORE SLIPNOT'S MOTHERS SPAT THEM FROM THEIR INNERTS, SO DO YOUR HOMEWORK, AND YOU WILL FIND THAT YOU ARE A NU-METAL HOMO WHO CANNOT OBSERVE AND UNDERSTAND TRUE TALENT.I HOPE YOU HAVE A MISERABLE DEATH. THE ALBUM IS A GOOD ADDITION TO ANY DM FANS' COLLECTION. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR WELL PRODUCED, TECHNICAL DEATH, CHECK OUT DECAPITATED, ORIGIN, VITAL REMAINS, CEPHALIC CARNAGE.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By silenus on April 21, 2002
Format: Audio CD
i am a death metal fan (cryptopsy, pessimist, gorguts). i love the technical stuff and can appreciate a good grind. this album however, is not up to par. the songs themselves are all the same tempo, the riffs are all very similar with the same construction; there are no tempo changes (but one motion change i think), no expression, no sort of dynamic, no direction changing, nothing. the solos are surprisingly weak and expressionless as well; is this the same guy who trades solos with azagthoth of morbid angel? can't he do better than this? the solos don't even pretend to change the song or augment a section, theyre just there. very poor musical awareness overall. the entire album is static (the same throughout). its like the same piece over and over, and its not a very good one. on the up side, the drummer is excellent and everything is executed well. but it is the medium that is at fault here. i imagine the next one will be better.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chris 'raging bill' Burton on October 3, 2001
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I'm really not sure what to make of this album. You put on the first track, Praise Of The Almighty, and you thank yourself for buying the album. Raging guitars, smashing drums and gutteral vocals just assault you. By the fifth track though, the sound becomes a bit repetitive. And that is what stops this album from getting 4 stars. Pick any of the tracks and you'll like them. But listen to it in its entirety and you may as well be listening to one whole song. And yes, it does indeed get boring.
Technically, the musicians are certainly good. I was attracted to this because of the Morbid Angel reference, but I only own one MA album (Blessed Are The Sick) and it doesn't feature any of these musicians. The drumming is cool and the rythm guitars are pretty good, but the solos? Not that amazing. Listen to Angel Corpse solos, early Morbid Angel (Azagthoth/Brunelle) or to a lesser extent Nile solos and you'll be more impressed. Many of these are little melodies without much to them. I like Erik's vocals though. I'm pretty open about death metal vocals, but I certainly prefer rasping to gurgly grunting. The lyrics are pretty cool was well. It almost has an unintentional evil feel that I like. I don't know if anybody else feels it (maybe its just the front cover) but I do get this wierd feeling when I hear the album.
Altogether this is not a bad album. Its not as chaotic as I was hoping, but its still brutal and I like the feel. In all fairness, I do play random tracks from it now and then because it doesn't have any particularly bad songs. Ultimately though, a lack of adventure or variation leaves me thinking about what it could have been, rather than what it is.
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