The Time Of Great Purification
 
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The Time Of Great Purification

September 25, 2012

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Song Title
Time
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1
Imprisoned By Fear
2:14
2
Tyrannical Decay
2:48
3
Corporate Harvest
2:17
4
Torment In Salvation
2:25
5
Asphyxiation Through Consumption
2:39
6
Remnants of Freedom
1:57
7
Dissection of Origins
2:02
8
Distorted Conscious
1:47
9
A Bleak Future
3:02
10
Oppression By Faith
1:58
11
Cultivating Humanity
2:22
12
Earth's Downfall
2:20
13
The Everlasting Plague
2:13


Product Details

  • Original Release Date: September 25, 2012
  • Label: Victory
  • Copyright: (c) 2012 Another Victory
  • Total Length: 30:04
  • Genres:
  • ASIN: B0090VLK54
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #107,244 Paid in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 Paid in MP3 Albums)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Scott Rosenbluth on October 10, 2012
Format: Audio CD
Here we are again! Consistent as your birthday or the Fourth of July, Pathology return for their now annual unleashing of brutal death grind. How does this album sound? Like Pathology of course! For those new to the band, don't let the label (Victory Records) fool you, this is not hardcore in any form, shape or fashion. This is Carcass worshiping, Dying Fetus loving, Suffocation influenced Death metal and Grindcore, with a groove laden approach. Pathology always bring the musicianship. Dave Astor's drums are even better than ever with some almost Flo Mournier style gravity blasts, and bouncing, grooving, double bass! Kevin Schwartz rips up his fret board with intense buzzsaw riffs, and bassist Oscar Ramirez actually brings a bass contribution that carries these tunes along with chugging ferocity. Vocalist John Huber is a love him or hate him kinda vocalist. I love him. His growling, gurgling style, all but strangles any pronunciation. This album sees him stretching a bit, to really enunciate his growls to almost comprehensible words. It's a tough feat that doesn't distract from absolute crushing heaviness either. The songs are good and catchy, in that grim, slamming sort of way. My favorite being track #9, A Bleak Future. While it's always a treat to receive a new Pathology album, (the band packages many different options complete with merch, t-shirts, longsleeves, artwork, etc thru their label...) the band doesn't give itself enough time to write excellent songs, like similar bands have. Napalm Death, Aborted, Exhumed and Cattle Decapitation are making Death Grind history, while Pathology continue to be second on the bill. But that's of little consequence once The Time of Great Purification sinks it's meat hooks into you. Unless the album cover comes true, see you guys next year around this time...
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