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Till Death Do Us Part

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Till Death Do Us Part is the 2008 album from Death Metal legends Deicide and it is dubbed as their heaviest and most brutal album to date. This is the ninth studio album by Deicide and it promises to deliver the crushing riffs and blasphemous lyrics that fans have come to expect from any Deicide release.

1. The Beginning of the End
2. Till Death Do Us Part
3. Hate of All Hatreds
4. In the Eyes of God
5. Worthless Misery
6. Severed Ties
7. Not as Long as We Both Shall Live
8. Angel of Agony
9. Horror in the Halls of Stone
10. The End of the Beginning

Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 13, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Earache Records
  • ASIN: B0016CP3EO
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #202,602 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By R. S. Ravenwolf on May 13, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I'll keep it brief. If you are a really big fan of the direction that Deicide took with Stench of Redemption, then i'm sure you will be extremely pleased with what this new album has to offer. The production is great, the rythym section is top notch. The riffs and solos hearken back to the classic period of metal. This is truly a "return to form" if you will. The lyrics are typical Deicide, but for those who cannot handle all of the blasphemy, then don't expect to like this album. It's Deicide for God's sake! (no pun intended, not in the slightest, ok, maybe just a little bit). Oh, and one more thing, the vocals are brutal enough to make Cookie Monster proud. Seriously, death metal folks, why is that a cut down? I think that Cookie monster should be the role model for any aspiring death metal vocalist. His vocals are so brootal! Anyways, I love this album, and if you like Deicide, then I think you will too.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mattowarrior on May 15, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Death Metal bands, especially the "original Floridian ones" usually aren't Lord Byron when it comes to lyrical content (with the exception of course of Death, Cynic, etc). This idea in mind is what I usually have when it comes to picking up new albums by bands such as Deicide, however much of a favorite they are. However, there is something deceptively genius about an album of theirs this time around. I don't know if its been done before, but underneath the pretentious and demonic lyrical imagery is a concept album based upon Glenn Benton's recent divorce and/or custody battle. I know that everyone from Phil Collins to Trent Reznor and beyond have done whole sides of albums, etc, about the subject of relationships deteoriating, but this is the first time I have ever heard of this subject being explored in "Flordian Satanic Death Metal". So I have to give at least one star for such a brave subject to tackle. Not all the songs are tackling this subject, but the album's underlying theme is definitely this.

Now as far as the music goes: Not as good as Stench of Redemption, blah blah blah, but at the same time, I feel that this one is a grower as far as getting in your head compared to Stench. It actually recalls Legion alot more than Stench, but just imagine a slightly stripped down legion (complete with dissonant and tasty riffage) with some of the soloing ideas off of Stench and you get the basic idea.
There is a slight drop off in quality as to be expected compared to Stench, but also there is a more progressive and inaccessible discordant element that makes this basically more brutal than their recent two as well.

In essence, the new Deicide is another essential offering from one of the kings of death metal.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By M. Seyam on June 26, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I love it how before every new Deicide album is put out anticipation,hype, and mockery fill the air. I mean how many times can you make fun of Glen before you realize he is a very talented musician. I reviewed their debut self titled stuff earlier and basically said it was Deicide's best material. I can honsetly retract that and say 'Till Death Do Us Part' is one of the bands best efforts. Asheim's drumming is barreling in your ear drums the whole listen, Glen's barraging vocals are relentless as ever, and the two mad guitarists Jack and Ralph still hold out as they replace the legacy the Hoffman's left behind. You can read posts hear and there claiming this is a "divorce" album..that makes no sense being that Glen seldom allows for his personal life to leak into his lyrics. This album focuses less on the satanic side of their content and more on darker issues of seperation and isolation. This album is a must own for ANY Deicide fan. Solos abound and grindingly ghoulish riffs follow. My favoirte tracks are 'Severed Ties, Worthless Misery, and Horror in the halls of stone'.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By chris on February 7, 2015
Format: MP3 Music
This is an amazing death metal album from Deicide. Unrelenting, brutal, and sinful. The vocals are bone crushing low end growling, production is first rate/top notch and the drumming here is wicked. This is sure to scare away the demons and your neighbors. PURE EVIL. Play it loud or not at all.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Yoder on October 19, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Alot of people are whining about this album but it sounds pretty brutal to me, so Im not really sure what the fuss is about. The drums are just top notch on this album with good production all throughout. It's Deicide not Oasis man.....enjoy the music.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A. Stutheit on July 6, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Ah, Deicide. What can be said about them -- or, rather, what can be left to say about them? Well, for those not in the know, they have been tearing through music speakers everywhere for more than 18 years now with nothing but their own brand of unique, controversial, and earth-scorching extreme metal mayhem. Most would agree that the now very famous Floridian death metal scene (which has spawned the likes of Malevolent Creation, Monstrosity, and Hate Eternal) owes a great deal of debt to the success Deicide has had. Plus, many music aficionados (including this reviewer) consider them to be the best death metal band of all-time. And if nothing else, then it at least goes without saying that they are iconic, and have nothing at all left to prove. But to their credit, they keep pressing on -- pushing themselves to be even better and more extreme. 2008's "Till Death Do Us Part" has been dubbed as the group's heaviest and most brutal offering to date. And when considering the competition (the rest of their discography), that might seem like unrealistic label hype. But it's true -- frontman Glen Benton & Co. have somehow, yet again, managed to push the sonic envelope that one iota even further!

This is Deicide's second recording with newcomer guitarists Jack Owen and Ralph Santolla (their first was on the excellent "The Stench of Redemption"); and it also happens to continue in a manner similar to what was heard on that 2006 release. Thus, "Till Death..." is substantially more epic, brutal, technical, well-structured, and riff-oriented than any of Deicide's first seven efforts. In addition, the album's speed blurs the line between death metal and grindcore territory.
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