When Satan Lives

February 6, 2007 | Format: MP3

$9.49
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: October 18, 1998
  • Release Date: October 18, 1998
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • Copyright: 1998 The All Blacks B.V.
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  • Total Length: 55:22
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  • ASIN: B001200I18
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #235,905 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

One of the BEST live albums EVER.
HTown80
With album, you will hear Deicide like you never heard them before.
Ronald Placeres
The actual sound of this album is extremely strong.
"king316"

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By "king316" on May 24, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This was the first deicide cd i brought and it serves as an excellent introduction to the band. Right from the first legendary riff of "when satan rules his world" the incendry power of this recording hits home. The instruments are mixed to such perfection that the recording creates an alomst mellow feel of unison amidst the chaos - effortlessly changing form crushingly fast to insanely catchy slow riffs. Benton displays incredible vocal diversity occasionaly varying the usual, deep, rich tone with screaming vocals. Some have criticised his voice - i however regard his voice to be at its finest here, the tone is perfect (somewhere lower than corpsegrinder fishers' yet higher than barnes'. In my opinion this album contains the best death metal voice ever. The Hoffman brothers turn out an incredibly tight musical performance - the solos are incredibly musical, (just listen to once upon the cross) based on musical scales. Steve Ashiem pounds out devastating beats and fills, never dominating too much with excessive blast beats.This is complimented by Benton's incredible bass playing. The actual sound of this album is extremely strong. I would say possibly the best ever for a live album. You can hardly tell the album is live at all except for Benton's one time reference to the crowd of "thank you for turning out" and the odd "deicide" chant breaking out in between songs. I strongly recommend this album to new Deicide fans. If u are not listening to deicide because of their image u really are missing out on one of the best Death metal bands ever. You don't have to agree with the lyrics to like the music (like me) - they just represent a viewpoint. To think that Benton didn't want to do this album! This is THE album to play to your Marilyn Manson worshipping firends - play it loud and laugh!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Brackeen on October 28, 2004
Format: Audio CD
The heaviness, the brutallity, the pulse pounding adrenaline, it's all here. Guitarists Eric and Brian Hoffman, drummer Steve Asheim, and vocalist/bassist Glen Benton are running the show. My only complaint is there's only one song from the band's second album Legion, and that song being Dead But Dreaming, but this album still has plenty of their classic songs (via Roadrunner days). Deicide's music is great regardless of their lyrics, and I think every death metal fan should own this album. DEAD BY DAWN!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ronald Placeres on April 23, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is another favorite album in my Deicide collection. I brought is in the fall of 1998. I've listened to Deicide before but I've never seen or heard them live. I already had all their records. So there was no reason who I shouldn't get this album. So I got it at a Camelot Music store and I listened to it all the way home on my CD walkman and I enjoyed the hell of of it.

Now for my review. This is Deicide's first live album. It was done live at the International House Of Blues. With album, you will hear Deicide like you never heard them before. The intensity, heavines, brutality, aggression and evil is all here. The production and sound is a little in the vain of Serpents Of The Light since it was during the Serpents Of The Light tour but it's really good. The album also has a lot of the classics and some of the new tunes from Serpents Of The Light. The only problem is that there's not too many songs off of Legion. There's only Dead But Dreaming but the album is still good no doubt. It's Deicide at their best. Some of the best songs here are When Satan Rules His World, Bastards Of Christ, Dead But Dreaming, Children Of The Underworld, Serpents Of The Light, Believe The Lie, Oblivious To Evil, Father Bakers', Dead By Dawn and Sacrificial Suicide. Buy this album and find out what it's like when Satan lives.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By MusicFreak on March 2, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I really do not understand how several so called fans of Deicide can be so dissappointed with this album. I have heard several other live thrash/death albums (Slayer's, Morbid Angel's and Cannibal Corpse's), and this one is on par, if not superior to those in sound quality and mix. On Slayer's "Decade..." the vocals and drums are often more buried than they are on this cd, yet I hear no one complaining about it. Hey, this is Death Metal. To me, this album is well mixed, the vocals are right on, the guitars are pummeling as are the drums, and the bass is not quite there, but it's also not completely absent. The song selection is quite good, thankfully not leaning too heavily on their newest cd at the time "Serpents of the Light", which to me, is their weakest to date. One other so called fan dared to say that Benton's vocals "do not fit the music"! How dare you then call yourself a Deicide fan?!? His vocals on this cd are the same vocals he has employed on all Deicide releases up to that point. This cd is pure, unrelenting energy from start to finish, with as great a sound as you are likely to find for ANY live Metal album. Period.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 25, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Hey Guys,
A Deicide Live album - who would've guessed ! But considering I grew up with my Slayer 'Decade of Aggression - Live' tapes wearing out my walkman batteries I was quite interested in it and picked it up recently. Basically the thing that hit me is the fact that these guys can play these songs live, and so well !! 'Musicianship' is the word that everyone uses and I can't think of a better one(!), its just amazing that they can maintain that energy and power. Benton's vocals come across well enough, and depending on personal tastes, you can tweak your sound system if you like to hear it different - In terms of a comparison - the Slayer live album is quite similar in mode and delivery. One thing that would've been cool would be hearing some crowd interaction, but we don't hear much from Benton except for song introductions...no big deal though. The only thing left on the Deicide wish list is a DVD
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