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  • Audio CD
  • Format: Import
  • ASIN: B00005QB9Q
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,343,430 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Ovelord
2. R I P
3. Night Of The Living Dead
4. S O S
5. None Shall Defy
6. Skeletons In The Closet
7. Anthology Of Death
8. Path Of The Psycho
9. Into The Unknown
10. Hell On Earth

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Format: Audio CD
A demonic depiction of a serpentine monarch slashes through the fabric of time and space with a fanged rictus leering forth at the universe from an infernal dimension.

We are blasted into Overlord - a velocity-enraptured song orchestrated classically like Beethoven or Mozart placed to electricity with a voice speedily enunciating to summon forth the inner daemons within; then on to a delightfully-haunting instrumental entitled R.I.P., {in which a whispering voice repeats "Satan...Satan...Satan...Lead us into Hell!"} which is a always a welcomed interlude to the next hell-spawned onslaught; 'Night of The Living Dead', obviously inspired by the film by the same name - rotting zombies stalking the earth in search of living flesh - especially brains; 'S.O.S.' could be an acronym for "Son Of Satan" or 'Save Our Souls', but here it signifies "Satan Our Savior" - another fast-paced cantible which, if you are so inclined, is sure to give you whiplash with an upthrust Cornu; 'None Shall Defy' may be the strongest song herein, bearing the album title, with the signature line, "Marching defiant, the Legions bear witness, if you stand against Evil then you stand alone!"; Schizophrenia embeds herein with 'Skeletons In The Closet', about a man whose own demons come for him in the form of monstrous skeletons; 'Anthology of Death' retells the infamous murderous exploits of Jack The Ripper. Of note, the line "...He'll sneak up behind you, and sever your head. He kills with a passion, makes love to his dead..." 'Path of The Psycho' concludes this metal masterpiece with eerie acoustic guitar trailing off back to The Infernal Regions...
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Format: Audio CD
A demonic depiction of a serpantine monarch slashes through the fabric of time and space with a fanged rictus leering forth at the universe from an infernal dimension.

We are blasted into Overlord - a velocity-enraptured song orchestrated classically like Beethoven or Mozart placed to electricity with a voice speedily inunciating to summon forth the inner daemons within; then on to a delightfully-haunting instrumental entitled R.I.P., {in which a whispering voice repeats "Satan...Satan...Satan...Lead us into Hell!"} which is a always a welcomed interlude to the next hell-spawned onslaught; 'Night of The Living Dead', obviously inspired by the film by the same name - rotting zombies stalking the earth in search of living flesh - especially brains; 'S.O.S.' could be an acronym for "Son Of Satan" or 'Save Our Souls', but here it signifies "Satan Our Savior" - another fast-paced cantible which, if you are so inclined, is sure to give you whiplash with an upthrust Cornu; 'None Shall Defy' may be the strongest song herein, bearing the album title, with the signature line, "Marching defiant, the Legions bear witness, if you stand against Evil then you stand alone!"; Schizophrenia embeds herein with 'Skeletons In The Closet', about a man whose own demons come for him in the form of monstrous skeletons; 'Anthology of Death' retells the infamous murderous exploits of Jack The Ripper. Of note, the line "...He'll sneak up behind you, and sever your head. He kills with a passion, makes love to his dead..." 'Path of The Psycho' concludes this metal masterpiece with eerie acoustic guitar trailing off back to The Infernal Regions...
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Format: Audio CD
Despite what you see in the promo pictures, these guys are definitely not posers. Heavy, dark, and innovative. Distinctive vocals, mixes highs and grunts without going over the top with either. Good variety from song to song without losing overall feel of a classic thrash album. Moshy at times, technical at others...dark without being pretentiously satanic. Just plain raw, angry, and evil. In my top 5 thrash albums. Actually worth the 50 bucks they're charging for it, but I'm still gonna shop around first. I've been dying for this on CD for about 8 years now when my old white cassette finally took a powder on me. A very sad day.
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Format: Audio CD
This total gem of an album features some excellent "blackened" thrash. The production is a bit raw, but it actually adds to the charm of this already great disc. Fast guitar shredding, and dark, growly thrash vocals throughout. For those who like their thrash raw and dark!
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By Alexdares on July 28, 2008
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is the kind of metal to remember, a big influence for great bands on this days where you can find elements of trash,black,speed...a total blast.
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