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The Thousandfold Epicentre

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Metal Blade Records is pleased to announce its union with The Devil s Blood, a hard rock band inspired by vintage metal and underground psychedelic rock of the days of yore. Metal Blade will be releasing the upcoming full-length album, The Thousandfold Epicentre, set for release in North America on January 17, 2012. The new album from The Devil s Blood features 11 tracks, which were produced with the help of Pieter Kloos at Void Studios (Eindhoven/The Netherlands).
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  • Audio CD (January 17, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: January 17, 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Metal Blade
  • Run Time: 74 minutes
  • ASIN: B006GL8N3I
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #116,574 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The 2nd full length release by The Devil's Blood makes me think of what Handel's Messiah might have been if written for Satan with modern rock/metal instruments. I can truly picture this album accompanying, driving, and inspiring a writhing mass of the Devil's dancers around a secret bonfire in a midnight Pagan mass. While I don't know for sure if this is a concept album, it sure feels like it. The songs are expansive, driving, and flow from one to the other very naturally and almost always with some sort of connective material between them, making it feel like a cohesive piece meant to be played from start to finish. The melodies are appealing throughout, and the bass, drums, and overall rhythmic feel simply drive this thing with energy and passion. Interspersed are moments, sometimes expansive in themselves, of delicate beauty as well, at times making me picture the music as perhaps wisps of the Devil's smoke, being carried along by the sound waves. What I truly liked about the first album (In the Time of No Time Evermore) has been taken to new heights here. The instrumentation is layered and thick, providing the perfect accompaniment to the female lead vocals that soar throughout. The drums are pounding and relentless, but they never use (that I can tell) tiresome double bass drum to pound us pointlessly like so much metal does these days, which is good. The entire album seems to build towards the final 15 minute epic "Fever Dance" where the whole ritual climaxes. Oh, and the artwork is awesome, too - much better than their last album's packaging. In fact, any complaints I had about that (in my review) are more than satisfied here! Treat yourself, and turn it up loud!
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What can you say, I've been into Heavy Metal since BEFORE it was CALLED that, this is the one band that I can honestly say is original, whatever you call it, DOOM, OCCULT METAL, whatever, this has great playing and singing, FERIDA, you're the best gal singer out there, just tremendous atmosphere, like BLUES, REAL Metal should BE scary, it should unsettle you, make you look over your shoulder, make you question your idea of what IS reality, this band does that like no other, just total dedication to their vision, that's all down to Selim, this dude IS the real deal, when 98% of what is CALLED Heavy Metal is a farce, this band makes you believe again in uncompromising originality, like back in the late 60's, THIS comes closest to coming down at daybreak from some good SUNSHINE, it's mean and scary and dense, it challenges you, it's not simple and shot through with that "it's all been DONE before and done BETTER" feeling that I get so often now, it's kinda like a fine JAZZ LP, you get something different out of it each time you play it, something that is revealed each time that you might not have heard before, pick up their other earlier works, this is another band that NEEDS supporting, so that they can continue to go even further out there, just a SUPERB slab of dark, Heavy stuff, it RENEWS my faith that stuff like this is getting big, it shows that REAL 'tude driven dark music will NEVER die. Ferida and Selim, keep pushing and growing, the real fans GET IT, and we want MORE!
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Mesmerizing, stunning, absolutely flawless occult rock of the highest order! One of the few CDs that not only warrants repeated plays but actually sounds better every time. It's been called "One of the most important rock releases of the 21 century". They were right.
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This band has talent - amazing talent. It's NOT an easy listen... at first. I have been a huge fan of The Devils Blood since before they were even signed to a label, and I wasn't as enamored with this release as I was with their first full length "The Time of No Time Evermore". But, after a few listens, all I can say is "WOW!" This release is even more prog than the last(this is NOT 'metal', but more classic rock, in the vein of early Jefferson Airplane, Coven w/ Jinx Dawson, etc.) and the song writing has taken a huge leap forward. They deserve every accolade they get and more. Don't just throw it in the CD player while you're driving to the store - sit down, put on some headphones(not those horrible-sounding little ear buds everybody uses with their iPod), and LISTEN to the entire album. You'll be glad you did. Go ahead - take a taste of The Devils Blood. ;O)
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In 2012, I thought 2 albums were true standouts: The Thousandfold Epicentre by The Devil's Blood, and Choice of Weapon by The Cult.
The Devil's Blood has put out record after record of consistant good music. This release had a better budget going in, and the result is a fully realized, well conceived, brilliantly played and sung effort.
I am not interested in the "what's next" from this band because I have been fully engrossed and impressed by The Thousandfold Epicenter. Without going into a song by song review, I will just say that every song is really good here. No filler.
Slap on those Bose headphones, crank it up and let the darkness shine so bright that you may never see the light again..
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By ERIC on September 13, 2012
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This is the best occult themed Heavy Metal release since Mercyful Fate's don't break the oath. The guitar sound is excellent. I love like the fact the the vocalist can actually sing. This band sounds like they are influenced by coven (1970's) and mercyful fate.
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