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1. Golgotha
2. Devoured Death
3. Blasphemous Cremation
4. Rotting Spiritual Embodiment
5. Unholy Massacre
6. Entrantment Of Evil
7. Christening The Afterbirth
8. Immortal Cessation
9. Profanation
10. Deliverance Of Horrific Prophecies
11. Eternal Torture

Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 9, 1992)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Relapse
  • ASIN: B00000111C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #551,425 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Rough and sets a great tone for an album.
Israel Munoz
Incantation's "Onward To Golgotha" is a death metal gem in in my top 5 list of best death metal albums of all time.
Mclusky
Craig Pillard's vocals are low and give the sound of a creature that dwells in the deepest abyss.
Orphan of Sickness

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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By The Stablekeeper on December 11, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This is an early, and rough-sounding look at the INCANTATION SOUND. A very evil, kind of detuned black and intensely Evil sound... like a death metal Slayer, that went to Doom school, and with a ability to touch upon catchy evil melodies like the best black metal riffs. All that ecompassed in some of the deepest and growliest Death Metal to ever make it out into the world. This disc should come with an awesoem DVD of some early live performances. Very cool to see as I was about 13 when this came out... Must have for the true fans and new fans. This is an important band for death metal--that set a benchmark, and one of the earliest group of deviants on the Relapse records roster.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Orphan of Sickness on April 6, 2009
Format: Audio CD
The debut of Incantation is undeniably their strongest effort, despite how consistent they are throughout the rest of their career. Everything on this album is top-notch and lays waste to all in its path.

The production is perfect for this musical style. It gives every instrument the sinister edge yet retains rough and dirty. The riffs are extraordinary, ranging from crushing doom style to dissonant and twisted. Craig Pillard's vocals are low and give the sound of a creature that dwells in the deepest abyss. When it comes to how this is all put together, it flows fluently with the tempo transitions, building up and never losing its steam. The overall wall of sound crafted by "Onward to Golgotha" is a wicked, apocalyptic atmosphere of riffs, and it's sure to benefit those that are into early 90's death metal.

The re-issue of this disc comes with a bonus DVD that has the lineup for this album playing three shows. This album is a classic in the death metal genre and should not be missed out if you like it slow and crushing.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Armando L. Martinez III on May 14, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I have been a long time Incantation fan (even owning the Entrantment Of Evil demo from way back in the day), but this album helped put this band on the forefront because it had the conviction to ensure this band longevity. The music is barbarically heavy and continually alternates from fast to slow and vice versa. Craig Pillard's voice is inhuman!! This whole album just kicks ass from start to finish, all they to do now is finally play Immortal Cessation when I see them live next month.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mclusky on March 16, 2009
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Incantation's "Onward To Golgotha" is a death metal gem in in my top 5 list of best death metal albums of all time. It's lo-fi, heavy as hell and full to the brim of midpaced deep and thrashy riffs that create a whirlwind wall of evil sound. It's amazing that these guys don't get more credit for just how awesome they are. If I met someone new to death metal I'd give them a copy of this album and tell them that if they can't get into this and feel it's evil power then they have no taste in metal. Of course, I'm only joking there but in all seriousness this album rocks and is punishing and full of atmospheric evil from start to finish.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By green eyes7713 on December 27, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Incantation's Onward To Golgotha is a calssick indeed! I was fortunate enough to be able to buy this cd from Incantation's current drummer Kyle Severn, I even had him, John, and Joe sign it for me, which might sound retarded since Kyle and Joe didn't play on this record but I thought that it would be cool for them to sign it b/c Kyle is a major part of the Incantation history and Joe is becoming a big part of their history, and both are amazing at their instruments...plus to top all of that off Blasphemy happens to be my favorite Incantation release so far, which Kyle and Joe played on...

Onward To Golgotha was Incantation's first full-length release and although I was still in diapers at the time, it seemed to make quite an impact on the U.S Death Metal scene, and now enjoying it's contents, I can see why...Now I have had this cd since March, so I have had quite a few good listens, and it still makes me smile at the heaviness and darkness that is contained on this cd. Songs like Golgotha, Devoured Death, Rotting Spiritual Embodiment, Entrantment Of Evil, Christening The Afterbirth, and the classicks Unholy Massacre and Profanation make me want to destroy churches and burn bibles, which here in east Texas is a good thing...Deep, Demonic, Unholy Death vokills spew forth from Craig's mouth like he is actually possessed by DEATH itself...John's guitar skills seem as good on here as they are now, and the drummer doesn't play fast all the time which is a good thing, like another reviewer said he seems to use ALL of his drum kit, not just the hi-hats, bass drums, and snare.

All in all this a very awesome release in my opinion and definitely one of the best debuts I have ever heard, every track is filled with pure Death Metal enjoyment!
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By death metal and black metal on March 12, 2002
Format: Audio CD
A roaring onslaught of streaming sound, this album moves away from the choppy, explosive riffing which emphasized guitar as percussion instrument. Instead, texture and shape are emphasized in highly relativistic phrases which narrate the development of themes like a classical pop piece. Unholy bass-heavy vocals merge with detuned distorted guitar and deathlike prowling bass, creating a peristaltic wash of sonic attack that is irresitably violent and well-composed. Of the many early death metal releases, this one stands the test of time.
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