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  • Audio CD (April 17, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Peaceville
  • ASIN: B005DK0XHM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #451,731 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Supervillian Outcast' is DHG's follow-up to the critically-acclaimed 1999 release 666 International, a sonically-charged rollercoaster ride of avant-garde chaos and intense black metal drive and atmosphere. The album, which ended up on many critics' Top 10 lists, helped inject the black metal music scene with something unique and groundbreaking the year of its release. While most bands would be affected by such a lengthy downtime between releases, DHG' insatiable drive to reach new plateaus with their powerful aural assaults has kept the momentum going strong allowing 'Supervillain Outcast' to serve up pure black metal anarchy. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Joukahainen on June 1, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I am not familiar with their previous release, "666 International". But if Supervillain Outcast is any indication, I'll be getting familiar with it very soon.

This is avant-garde music. It's black metal, but it's experimental. And what makes this album a gem, and one of the best of 2007 so far, is that the experimentation adds to the great songwriting rather than detracting from it with unecessary diversions and distractions. Each song is heavily layered and repeated listens will yield deeper connections to the music and a greater awareness of the complexities. But the songs still manage to come across as straightforward, fairly streamlined, and highly effective.

The album opens with "Dushman", a quirky little intro with vocals that build over a circus-y melody before "Vendetta Assassin" hits you with blastbeats and black metal riffing. But it's not typical black metal; there are varied vocal patterns and an interesting interplay between different vocal styles. "Foe X Foe" and "The Vile Delinquents" are prime examples of this. It's almost catchy. As the album moves on you'll notice (usually creepy) keyboards and electronic effects lying just behind the guitars and drums in the mix. They provide an element of electronica to the music, which is brought center-stage on songs like "Apocalypticism" and "All Is Not Self". Also, the album is broken up with three short interludes mostly consisting of vocal harmonies over scattered electronic noise. In a word, they're chilling. Not disturbing, maybe beautiful, but only that dark romantic sort of way. Whatever they are, they set the mood and keep the pacing very well.

This album took some time to grow on me.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Metal Queen on June 5, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I have to say when I first listened to this I was ...like what is this?!!! I honestly was going to nix if off my 'pod.. then as I gave it chance..a real chance..I became addicted...strange like "heavy rotation" addicted. Really good creative, deep metal. Unlike anything I've heard. Avant is correct but amazing mixture.

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By HallofGods on August 27, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Wow. That's what I said when I heard this. Blackened Thrash Death metal. Oh, but not "plain and simple". There is truly something unique and exciting going on here. Starting off with the Dushman track, which is from an Indian movie!, you know somethings about to hit you. The drums! Oh joy! When they slam into you on the second track and it begins to groove a little bit, then you know!

I can try to describe this masterpiece, but if you like the pure cold sound of blackened death metal, combined with some sampling on occasion, prog interludes, and even a techno interlude, and just brain-food together with blastbeats, you have come to the right place, my friend.

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As the previous reviewers said,the DHG's music style takes time to grow on you.Its very selfish and very non-conforming,but that is exactly what makes it more unique and appealing once you listen to it properly.It takes time to warm up to it,but once you start getting into the details of it,you just love all the little touches they put in their songs,the weird harmonies and out of whack rhythm.It really is an insane trip and I would consider this and their previous release "International 666" a madmans diary,a journey to the end of sanity.There's no poser stuff here.Everything is meat and bones and these guys make their music as they feel it.Raw,brutal and melodic at the same time without following any trends.A must buy.
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