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  • Audio CD (July 17, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Nuclear Blast Americ
  • ASIN: B000R7I2H4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #297,818 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Cauterized
2. Culture of Doubt
3. Deliver My Enemy
4. Archaic
5. Buried in a Nameless Grave
6. Dawn of Defeat
7. Prelude to Doomsday
8. Upon Their Cross
9. Strength in Numbers
10. Hollowed
11. Unleash Hell
12. Bio-Terror

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Production is top notch; great for a quality stereo.
AmonAbbath
MC has had more lineup changes than Spinal Tap (no joke), so it is always nice when they do these "return to form" albums like what happened with "Envenomed".
Zander Haberstaft
I recommend this album to those who appreciate real metal.
king beagley

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Format: Audio CD
Malevolent Creation fans had something to rejoice about with the release of 2007's "Doomsday X", not only was Brett Hoffmann back on vocals, Jon Rubin stepped in to do secondary guitar work, Jason Blachowicz returned on bass and Dave Culross stuck around to do the drums. MC has had more lineup changes than Spinal Tap (no joke), so it is always nice when they do these "return to form" albums like what happened with "Envenomed".

From the first note of the first song, the listener notices top notch production that gives MC an even punchier sound. The reason Brett Hoffmann is liked by so many Death Metal fans is his perfectly intelligible, raspy, yet powerful vocals. In the early 90s the trend with death/grind vocalists was to be as guttural and incomprehensible as possible. Hoffmann bucked the trend and went in the other direction. Culross sounds more inspired than ever (or at least since "Eternal") refusing to blend in the background and blast the time away. The guitar work is much more inventive than the prior few efforts.

The first track is a little slow but picks up during the half way mark. "Culture of Doubt" is simply amazing even though the introduction is somewhat standard DM fare. The promo track for the album "Deliver my Enemy" is varied yet simple but still amazingly catchy in that way that only the MC guys can do.

The rest of the album is okay and all the tracks standout apart from each other. The middle of the album delivers a little lull that it doesn't really recover from. MC here sounds as inspired as they were during the early nineties and their slight attempts to branch out musically are welcome (for example the track with a wild solo for the intro) even if the results aren't great.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Mills on January 24, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Thats how I would describe this CD. I think Malevolent Creation is awesome and this CD was definately worth the buy. Their early death-metal style is cool, and as a musician it is nice to learn from some of the original bands of this genre. After all, not many other death metal bands have 10 albums.

rock on
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By B. Moasser on January 20, 2008
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
For reasons I don't understand Malevolent Creation never get the respect they deserve and have always been denied their place within the top tier of classic DM with such bands as Death, Morbid Angel, and Obituary. "Doomsday X" features much of the classic MC lineup and is one of their best efforts. They have updated the classic DM sound with extra aggression and thrash and the results are a brutal 12-track assault. Dave Culross's drumming is perfect as usual and Brett Hoffmann's vocals are awesome. And, of course, Phil Fasciana (of the most talented guitar players around) and John Rubin exhibit furious first rate axe work throughout the CD. I have a hard time comparing old school DM (even updated) with current styles, but within the sub-genre of classic DM "Doomsday X" is definitely a five-star album. I hope this lineup stays together and delivers again with their "XI".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By James W. Matson on December 18, 2009
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What a shame these guys don't get the accolades of other major death bands. Great band, great musicality. Just awesome kick 'em in the head metal. Opening riff is a real head bender. There are many stand up and mosh moments to be had here. Big fan of this band and this album.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By king beagley on October 8, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Malevolent Creation has released a real juggernaut with this album. as with every Malevolent Creation album, expect a beatdown on your ears. Mick Thompson of Slipknot does the second solo on the song "Deliver My Enemy" and his solo is awesome, considering that I am not a fan of Slipknot. this album deserves a 5 star rating. I recommend this album to those who appreciate real metal.
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