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Surreal Overdose

Deceased Audio CD
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)


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  • Audio CD (July 12, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Patac Records
  • ASIN: B00530GN58
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #250,052 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Skin Crawling Process
2. Kindred Assembly
3. The Traumatic
4. Cloned (Day of the Robot)
5. Off-Kilter
6. In the Laboratory of Joyous Gloom
7. A Doom-Laden Aura
8. Dying In Analog

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Product Description

RIYL: Napalm Death, Sepultura, Kreator, Metal Church.
25+ year history on core influential metal labels such
as Relapse, Nuclear Blast, and Hell s Headbangers.
Fifteenth studio release; first full-length of all-new
material since 2005.
Virginian death/thrash metal veterans Deceased headed
back into the studio this year to record Surreal Overdose,
their first full-length of all-new material since 2005 s As
The Weird Travel On. The long-running metal maestros
have kept the faith since 1985, summoning a slew of cult
releases and building up an immensely dedicated fan
base that has followed the band merrily to hell and back.
Now, at the dawn of 2011, King Fowley and his band of
bangers have returned. The band recorded the new CD,
once again, in Assembly Line studios with engineer Kevin
Gutierrez. Drummer/vocalist King Fowley produced the
record, which promises to push the boundaries of the
mind while embracing the band s signature old-school
thrash delivery.

Review

Filled with riffs that pierce your skull. --Metal Crypt

Are there even any remaining doubts regarding
Deceased s legitimacy as one of the consistently brilliant
heavy metal bands of our time? --Diabolical Conquest

A dream for all fans of Razor, Dark Angel, and Slayer ...
On the one hand Deceased nuke us with highly melodic
killer riffs, on the other hand there are also really heavy
blasting attacks. --Metal Observer

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Relax...it's awesome of course. July 30, 2011
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Deceased have crafted yet another masterpiece of classic/thrashy/death metal. You will find qualities of all the aforementioned genres present on their latest release. King is back behind the kit and on lead vocals, both of which are superbly done. New guitarist Shane Fuegel fits right in, you can't even tell there have been personnel shifts since 2005's "As the Weird Travel On." The production on this release is probably, IMO, the best they have had on any LP. The songs themselves are all pretty speedy, I was initially suprised by the heaviness of the opening track "Skin Crawling Progress," which is sure on its own to become a Deceased classic. The album on the whole feels heavier than "As the Weird Travel On," and "Supernatural Addiction," and it's honestly better than those two. All of the classic Deceased elements are here in spades though-the mighty, melodic NWOBHM influenced solos shine on all the tracks, as well as King Fowley's gruff death shouts. Fowley's vocal performance deserves a special mention here-he really shouts and hollers his ass off on all the songs. The combined respect these musicians have for their metal craft shows in the quality of this album, it's just an honest to God kick ass metal album with no fruity keyboards, girlie goth chorus vox, or emo haircuts. These are professionals showing everyone else how its done. Some of my favorite tracks are: "Dying in Analog," "The Traumatic", and "In the Laboratory of Joyous Gloom." Buy a copy and support one of the US of A's best metal bands ever.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Deceased never dies! May 17, 2012
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This is a great offering from a great band. The Deceased sound is totally unique. King Fowley utilizes his voice like a weapon of anger. The guitar tone can shift from aggressive to melodic instantly yet it never sounds out of place. I think the songwriting is great. The songs tell stories of death and loss and you can sense the emotion behind them is rooted in personal experience. The horror movie samples Deceased is known for are present as well.

Personal favorite tracks would be Skin Crawling Progress, Cloned (Day of the Robot) and Dying in Analog. If you liked As The Weird Travel On you'll dig Surreal Overdose.

Favorite lyric from Cloned (Day of the Robot)

Their interest in our DNA
Incubates in futuristic stew
As retro-grade weirdos
Breathe out their days
With their filthy hands
Deep in life's womb

Rock on King and Crew. Up the Tombstones!
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