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  • Audio CD (February 19, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Metal Blade
  • ASIN: B000YE9ZSK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
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3. Para Bellum
4. Bringer Of Storms
5. The Funerary March
6. Thus Salvation
7. Proclamation Of The Damned
8. Fury Within
9. Tombeau (Le Tombeau De La Fureur Et Des Flammes)
10. Coronach

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2008 release from Tampa, Florida's very own Hate Eternal, the follow up to their critically acclaimed 2005 release I, Monarch. Fury and Flames is the band's most diverse and emotionally fueled record to date due to the passing of bassist and good friend Jared Anderson. The album features the addition of new members Shaune Kelley as second guitarist and Jade Simonetto on drums. The addition of second guitarist Shaune means that this is the first time Hate Eternal will be able to perform as a four piece live. Alex Webster of Cannibal Corpse stepped in on bass for the recording, but due to his insane schedule with Cannibal will not be able to tour with the band. Metal Blade Records. 10 tracks.

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Songs are incredibly fast and crushingly heavy.
Kevin Wainwright
To me, If youre a fan of Hate eternal then this is a must.
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I cannot wait to see Hate Eternal live in a few weeks!!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A. Stutheit on May 7, 2008
Format: Audio CD
In the three years that have passed since Hate Eternal dropped their junior effort, "I, Monarch," frontman Erik Rutan has recruited an entirely new lineup for his Florida-based quartet (the bassist and drummer positions were both replaced, and a second guitarist has also been tapped for the first time). Plus, Rutan also lost a close friend and former bandmate in Jared Anderson, who died in his sleep of an unspecified cause in October, 2006. As a result of these two things, Hate Eternal's music has also changed dramatically. Thus, if you thought they would continue on the experimental path that they started down on that 2005 release, then you will be completely blown away by the new record. (But don't feel too bad; it was a total surprise for me, too.)

This year's aptly titled "Fury and Flames" abides by one simple, all-encompassing policy: unbelievably brutal, merciless, and smoldering death metal devastation that's usually played at breakneck, grindcore-worthy speeds. The songs don't stray from the same formula very much, so instead of ever losing their focus, they choose to just keep bludgeoning and suffocating you, even long after you are convinced brain damage has occurred. Lyrically, Rutan tackles all of his usual subjects, including religion and war, but he was also inspired by Anderson's passing, so he channeled a lot of his emotions from that (i.e. grief, frustration, and anger) into his band's music. And it shows - this new material overflows with an inescapable, palpable feeling of raw desperation and urgency.

That's not to say that the album gets by just on volume, though. Yes, it is an immensely intense freaking monster, but there's a lot more to it than that.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael on May 26, 2008
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I'm gonna keep this review short for those first-time listeners. If you want extremely heavy death metal with enough bass and blastbeats that'll put your head in a whirlwind, and guitars dizzying enough to induce seizures, then this is for you. If you're looking for sweet, subtle, "made for mtv" material, then this isn't for you. This is "so ugly it's beautiful," uncompromising death metal. For the perfect pair, get this and I, Monarch.

For those complaining about the sound quality, tone down your bass and you might actually hear the music.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nick Becker on April 16, 2008
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Rutan is now the man. I never thought the mighty Morbid Angel could be passed as the greatest Death Metal band on the planet....but Rutan has done it with this Hate Eternal release. The production courtesy of the man himself along with the songwriting is going to be near impossible to outdue, unless it's future Hate Eternal CD's.....My hats off to the man, and the torch has now been officially passed and the bar raised.

On the brutal 'tone' scale, also check the new Skinlab SkinnedAlive live CD....I have never heard such brutal live guitar tones, that thing is incredible....highly recomended!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By B. Moasser on April 5, 2008
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The musicianship and intensity of Hate Eternal's latest offering make this an absolutely must-have CD. The new drummer, Jade Simonetto, is fantastic! Alex Webster is form another world. This is a guitar-heavy, riff-pounding, blast-beating monster that will grab your attention. What elevates this album to a higher level; however, is the emotional intensity of the music and lyrics. Erik Rutan has channeled his rage, frustration, grief and loss into a powerful emotional force. The most intense track and the one that grabbed me on my first listen is "Tombeau (Le Tombeau De La Fureur et Des Flames)". This is not only a musically interesting and well-crafted song; it is also the emotional heart of the album (IMO). I cannot wait to see Hate Eternal live in a few weeks!! For fans of Hate Eternal, this is a must CD; for newcomers to this band, start here and work backwards to "I, Monarch", etc. and you will be well-rewarded. Well done Rutan and thanks for this dark gem!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Wainwright on March 2, 2008
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Utterly amazing album. The new drummer HAS to be an octopus, jaw-dropping performance. Songs are incredibly fast and crushingly heavy. Easily Hate Eternal's best album to date.
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By Marcelo Avero on March 26, 2013
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masterpiece, this is a excellent record, all musicians are excellentes , really good , long life to master hate eternal!!!!!!!!!!!
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so there i was, on my way in a compact rental to see Hate Eternal headline. i had brought along 3 HE cds to soundtrack the various traffic-jams with. sometimes it takes listening to the familiar in an unfamiliar context to better appreciate aspects o' the recording. thankfully there was enough stop-n-go en route through the various autobahn construction sites for me to focus more fully on the sonic maelstrom that is 'F&F'. i've long known that this particular album was a tad difficult in terms o' deciding which songs to upload to my i-pod (i RARELY do a full album), but it wasn't really until that drive that it dawned on me why...hell, even grind bands slow it down at points !

'F&F' represents some o' the absolute best chaos in xtreme death. the energy hardly once lets up, displaying all the subtelty o' a massive spike-encrusted steam-roller. if anything it is precisely this no-holds-barred approach which pushes this album towards an authentic singularity; so intense that it chews up and spits out most other modern xtreme death metal offerings. yes, perhaps the new drummer does not showcase the inspired variety o' '1-take roddy', but that's not necessarily a liability here. if nothing else, it's the near constant break-neck pummeling here which helps make this particular HE offering so unique

let's be honest, xtreme death has very few serious practitioners; and even fewer successes - however i believe this album is one o' them. it has been criticized for being a tad...'monochromatic'; but considering the events which most likely mid-wifed this brutal masterpiece, that may be an unfair assessment. while some may argue that it isn't one o' Hate Eternal's best, it IS definitely one o' the best xtreme death albums o' all time - it IS called 'xtreme' for a reason folks !
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