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  • Audio CD (November 5, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Entertainment One
  • ASIN: B00CP4RZRA
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #95,687 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Having conquered worldwide stages as part of vital package tours like Vans Warped Tour, Thrash N Burn, Metal Alliance and Scream The Prayer, Impending Doom entered the studio to create their fifth album with a singular new prize in mind: respect. Death Will Reign is a ripping masterwork from the Southern California inventors of Goreship. Impending Doom simultaneously redefine and transcend the Deathcore subgenre with a focused, mature and multilayered heavy metal album.

Impending Doom has crafted a stunning, deliberate and unrelenting collection with a sense of purpose, drive and continuity. Death Will Reign is the culmination of all that has come before, mining the bleak darkness and scare factor of last year s Baptized in Filth and the dynamic fury of There Will Be Violence and The Serpent Servant. All of those elements are injected with the return of the gritty rawness found within the unpolished grind of Nailed. Dead. Risen, Impending Doom s squealing cult-classic debut that introduced the world to their unique combination of reverent worship and sick gore-core, dubbed Goreship.

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This album makes me speechless.
C. Wilson
It's nice for a Christian metal band to be as relentlessly heavy and brutal as IMPENDING DOOM.
Scamp4553
Also some of the best lyrics I've seen this band produce ever An excellent album!
Robert Parise

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By C. Wilson on November 5, 2013
Format: Audio CD
This album goes way past my expectations. After hearing the album sampler on Youtube it makes you want more never wanting it to end. This album is mind blowing their heaviest album to date. I think it helps that Manny is back, I think he helps the bands sound in so many ways. This album is brutal, and dark. I love every song on this album. It's hard for me to say that Death Will Reign is my favorite album by them, because I like all their albums. They bring something new to each album. I've been behind Impending Doom since the beginning since Nailed Dead Risen came out six years ago. I've seen them live four times, and have even met the band. Brook is one of the nicest people you will ever know. They deserve all the support they can get. They are one of the best bands in this genre. Impending Doom stands out from this genre. They aren't just deathcore they are so much more they have a meaning, and a powerful message that needs to be heard. If you weren't a fan of them before I think you will be after you hear Death Will Reign. I think this is the best album of the year out of this genre. Impending Doom has come a long way and I'm excited to watch their career go way into the future. This album makes me speechless. They have progressed a lot over the years. Their lyrics say a lot of what you need to know, because it's the truth. Stand out songs:
1. Live or Die
2. The Great Divine
3. Doomsday
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By TreeHugger JesusLover on February 2, 2014
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This album is incredibly heavy. It's not as fast as previous releases, but I've come to understand that that's not the kind of heavy they were going for. The dark, ominous and creepy tone definitely is a cool layer this band added to their artistic arsenal.

It takes a few listens to appreciate, but once you do, it hits your soul like a ton of bricks. The guitar work is extremely impressive on this album, more so than any other. Definitely unique and mysteriously dark.

Looking at the album cover, the music sounds exactly like you would expect! Also, the production on this album is off the charts. Definitely their most well produced piece to date. The guitars are tuned lower, the songwriting more professional, and the lyrics as eerie as ever.

Enough said, this album rips. I bought it for the sole reason to play on a stereo which is where it really comes to life! :)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By TheTruthHurts on February 20, 2014
Format: Audio CD
4.5 Stars

Quite simply, there is nothing else out there (at least that I've heard) like "Death Will Reign," including the band's prior albums; this one simply sets a new precedent, given the use of 8-string guitars (I think the time has finally arrived to trade-in the old six-string; I've had it downtuned [digitally] to drop A for some time, but clearly, those days are over), for starters. Not only have they incorporated 8-strings to create an entirely new sound (that I personally haven't yet heard), but they have done so *to resounding success*. Further, the vocals are also about as perfect as they could be; even though I'm an atheist, I have a tremendous amount of respect for a band that uses pro-religious themes (pro-anything they believe; standing up for personal convictions is a rare thing, these days) to such terrific empowerment, and their beliefs in no way lessen or alter my enjoyment of this brilliant piece of work (nor should they affect your perception of it). (Pardon my assumption that the lyrics are pro-religious; I generally couldn't care less about lyrics [or the message] in metal albums, but only the impact that the vocalist has on the power of the music.) Virtually every track on this album will be stuck in your head (at random intervals) for weeks (only a couple tracks lack uniqueness), and frankly, there's nothing else to be said about it. For me, "memorability" is the one true factor of a great metal album, and the only one that truly sets said album apart from the rest. The only question is, where do they go from here? 9-strings for the next release? We shall see. Highly recommended!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Stutheit on April 2, 2014
Format: Audio CD
Dirty, distorted, angry, and ugly, California’s Impending Doom are a relatively young but nevertheless very promising hardcore-inflected death metal collective streaked with elements of metalcore and grind. Heavily inspired by the usual gang of deathcore influences, including (but not limited to) Meshuggah, Cryptopsy, Napalm Death, and Fear Factory, “Death Will Reign” is nothing if not brutal. And it is quite technical, too.

Long on memorable, downtuned guitar/bass riffs, busy blast beat drumming, and visceral vocals, it might seem like you have heard this record a million times before. But this album, I.D.’s second, distinguishes itself from most of the rest of the scrap-heap in that it is exceedingly well-played, and devoid of guitar harmonies and solos. As a result, the record manages to keep the intensity level in the red throughout its forty-six minute playing time, while at the same time bringing a limited amount of filler to the table, and being almost completely devoid of throwaway tracks. And plus, they are a Christian-based band, meaning they leaven their assault with an admirable dollop of faith, without ever diluting their sound or beating the listener over the head with their beliefs.

“Death Will Reign” kicks off with “Ravenous Disease,” a super crunchy and mosh-intensive opening bruiser with chunky, lurching, Fredrik Thorendal-esque riffing, chugging rhythms, motoring double time drumming, and brutal vocals (one particularly memorable vocal refrain is included, here). Elsewhere, some of the record’s other biggest standouts (i.e. “My Own Maker”) feature some well-placed fast tempo changes, chugging breakdowns, and machine gun drumming; and some (e.g. “Endless”) boast huge, lumbering, Meshuggah-styled riffs, moshable breakdowns, and Dying Fetus-like blast beats.
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