Insineratehymn [Explicit]

February 6, 2007 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: June 19, 2000
  • Release Date: June 19, 2000
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • Copyright: 2000 The All Blacks B.V.
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  • Total Length: 31:06
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B0011ZWB3W
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #215,612 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

Buy this album if you know what good death metal is all about.
Jeremy Conroy
The lyrics, and the vocals are stellar as well but have somehow revolved into becoming more mature and appropriate.
DIONISAR M. BASELERES
It seems that this cd is a bit slower and less heavier than their previous stuff.
Edgar Sanchez

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Ronald Placeres on April 24, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is one of my favorite albums in my Deicide collection. I brought it somewhere in the summer of 2000 but long before the release of it, the song Bible Basher was leaked as an MP3 on an old Deicide site called the Behead The Prophet site which later became the Insineratehym site to commemerate the upcoming release of the album. At the time, I didn't have a mechanism to download MP3's. So I couldn't download and listen to the song. Than after while, all the songs were leaked out as MP3's and many people started saying a lot of really bad stuff about it as if it was going to be Deicide's worst album. I always knew that Deicide wasn't just going to go into a studio and spend their hard-learned money and produce and put out an album that sucks. That was jus not going to happen. So anyway, I couldn't download MP3's. So I was just going to have to wait until the album was released. So when the date of its release came, I went to the Spec's music store close to where my grandparents lived and brought the album. Than, I took it home to listen to it and like always, Deicide delivered. Yeah, there were people who brought it and some of them loves it, some liked it, some thought it was OK and some thought it was a piece of trash. So as you can see, the album got mixed reviews, even in the magazine press but I was one of the many who loved it. I loved it and that's all that mattered.

Now for my review. With this album, it's another new direction for Deicide. The heaviness, brutality, intensity, aggression and evil are all here. There are plenty of solos, killer riffs and blast beats. There are some slow, medium-paced and fast songs. The production and sound are chucky and heavy. The lyrics are still Anit-God and Anit-Christainity but a little bit but more personal.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By emperorcaligula on July 8, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Satan's most loyal servants Deicide are back on what is sure tobe the most hotly debated album amongst their following (of which I ama member). "Insineratehymn" (clever title) shows a newly found maturity in the evil ones; the band now adding all matter of bizarre time changes, slow, crunchy bridges, and some truly inventive riffs courtesy of the Hoffman brothers (that's Eric and Brian) to create their first truly standout album from the rest of their impressive catalogue of old-school death metal. The blastbeats now have taken a backseat to darker, heavier passages, and Lord Benton (that's Glen) here exercises more restraint with his vocal cords, sounding much more natural, yet still possessing that unmistakable "dual-tone" roar of his...best songs being "Apocalyptic Fear" with it's Slayer/Bay Area thrash influences, "The Gift That Keeps On Giving" with it's weird song structure (technical complexity is this album's biggest trademark), and "Forever Hate You" with Deicide's best guitar work to date, reminding me a lot of the kind of thing Possessed (remember them?) and Death used to crank out. Two factors, however, caused me to stop short of giving this disc the full five: 1) The production is a bit thin in spots, particularly the snare drum and rhythym guitar, occasionally sapping some of the heaviness of some of the material (no Scott Burns this time around to helm the mixing board), and, 2) while the song titles and lyrics are now much less tacky this time around, The band still continues to write entire albums with the same archaic Satan/Christ-bashing themes that have long since lost their shock value.Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Brackeen on October 18, 2004
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Deicide's Insineratehymn is another great album from the Florida death metal kings themselves. This album is more slower than their older stuff, but it's still heavy and brutal enough to make you bang you head throughout. Vocalist/bassist Glen Benton's deep growls just keep getting stronger. The opening track Bible Basher is loaded with piledriving drum blasts courtesy of frienzied double kick drummer Steve Asheim and headbanging guitar riffs that just grab you by the throat, while Forever Hate You is a good slow number with chugging solos from guitarists Eric and Brian Hoffman. Other great songs include Standing In The Flames, Apocalyptic Fear, and Halls Of Warship. Get this album now, if you enjoy true and pure death metal. Deicide Rules!!!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Conroy on May 3, 2005
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First off, the 'one star' reviewer below me is either mentally retarded or a christian so don't listen to him or her, second of all, this is my favorite deicide/death metal album ever. This is to death metal what the 'misfits earth A.D.' is to punk. This album is fast, furious, raw and mind blowing. You can also understand what the lead singer is growling about. Buy this album if you know what good death metal is all about. If you don't know what the hell you're talking about, then don't write in a review, when it comes to deicide your opinion doesn't count.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joe Swanson on April 16, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This album took awhile to actually grow on me. However, it was well worth the wait. Deicide are death metal masters and this album shows it. They keep the speed and brutality yet they also add a new heaviness to the songs (as seen on Serpants of the Light). The CD opens with Bible Basher which just grabs you by the throat and tears it in half. The other key tracks on this album are Standing in the Flames, Apocalyptic Fear, and the classic Worst Enemy. Worst Enemy has one of the heaviest evil riffs of all time (second only to Father Baker's). I definatley recommend this to any Deicide fan and fan of any death metal. Satan will rule his world!
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