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Founded upon owner Brian Slagel’s enduring drive to find great bands and get their music out to as many people as possible, since 1982 Metal Blade has brought wave after wave of powerful, innovative, and often genre-defining music to the ever-hungry metal masses. It is this ethos that has seen Metal Blade build up a stunning and diverse catalogue, weather the various storms facing any independent label, and in an age of declining record sales boast the most successful years of its existence as it strides into its fourth decade.
|2||Wolves Ov Siberia 2:54|
|3||God = Dog 3:59|
|4||Ecclesia Diabolica Catholica 4:50|
|6||If Crucifixion Was Not Enough... 3:17|
|7||Angelvs XIII 3:42|
|8||Sabbath Mater 4:57|
|9||Havohej Pantocrator 6:05|
|10||Rom 5:8 4:23|
|11||We Are the Next 1000 Years 3:24|
BEHEMOTH I Loved You At Your Darkest - A crushing salvo of black metal majesty replete with hellish riffs, thundering drum cannonades and soaring liturgical choirs reminiscent of classic horror cinema, I Loved You At Your Darkest is the group's most dynamic record yet: extreme and radical on one hand, but also more rock-oriented than any other Behemoth release. Produced by the band themselves, with drum co-production by Daniel Bergstrand (Meshuggah, In Flames), mixing by Matt Hyde (Slayer, Children Of Bodom) mastering by Tom Baker (Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson), and a 17-piece Polish orchestra arranged by Jan Stoklosa
- Product Dimensions : 4.98 x 5.66 x 0.43 inches; 4.16 Ounces
- Manufacturer : Metal Blade
- Item model number : 156082
- Original Release Date : 2018
- Date First Available : August 9, 2018
- Label : Metal Blade
- ASIN : B07GB7Y6L7
- Country of Origin : USA
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #72,084 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
- #209 in Black Metal
- #1,956 in Hard Rock (CDs & Vinyl)
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A lot of the reviews I have seen online for this album are angry, and for the wrong reasons. People angry and upset about behemoth becoming "mainstream" without having much of a clue what that actually means. Are they more popular than they were before? Absolutely. Is that a bad thing? It seems to be based on how elitist you are with your music. You may think me using the word elitist is stupid and I'd be inclined to agree, however it is the best way to describe the onslaught of angry metal-heads that are pissed off at this release. Stop saying something is mainstream when it's not. Yes they have grown in popularity, but Mainstream means it has become a "dominant trend" among people, and that basically everyone that a metalhead would consider a 'normie' knows it and likes it. I don't see people who shop at fashion nova and gossip about celebrities playing behemoth from their iphone 11s over their kids' 5th pair of air pods.
Now why am i saying this on a review? What's the point? Well... Going into albums I usually read reviews to see how others feel about them (joke's on me at that point), and going into this one I had heard a lot of negative comments solely based on how they sound so mainstream now, and how their growing popularity is ruining their music. I was worried that this album would be entirely different from their previous works because of this, when in truth it's not. I had never been a huge fan of behemoth before the Satanist I will admit, but it was never due to their popularity or lack thereof. I just never got into them as much as i did other bands. I loved the Satanist and it has gotten me into their music new-and-old. Does this make me less of a 'fan'? I argue no. Music is music, just listen and enjoy. It's much easier to enjoy the music you like when you're not such a stuck-up snob about everything.
Now to the actual review. This album is in my opinion a very good addition to behemoth's catalogue. While I still prefer the Satanist as a whole, this album has some very good solid tracks on it. I purchased the vinyl version which I thought was a double but turned out it was a single semi-transparent red LP, pretty sexy (probably pissed off another elite community by saying a colored vinyl was cool). I will go through each track individually:
Solve/Wolves ov Siberia is not as memorable of a start as Blow your Trumpets, but it is still solid and a good way to introduce the faster pace of the album.
God = Dog has seem some people complain about the child choir vocals. It was weird for me at first but the more I listened the more I found myself wanting to chant along. A damn good song just give it some time if you're not used to it yet.
Ecclesia Diabolica Catholica is one of my favorite songs on the album. It starts off with a very memorable guitar track and continues it throughout the song. It will get stuck in your head.
Bartzabel was one of those I wasn't sure about at first either. When I first heard it i felt it was mellow in comparison to the others and the melody didn't stick. Now after hearing it so much i find myself chanting COME UNTO ME BARTZABEL in my truck on the way to work.
If Crucifixion was not enough is a mixed bag for me. The song starts off strong but it ends weakly. The guitars become repetitive at the end for way too long. If the end of the song was cut in half it would be better, so I often find myself changing the song at that point. You'll know which part I'm talking about.
Angelvs XIII is a decent song but is not one of my more memorable ones. It's not bad by any means, it's just not one that I often think about when I think of this album. I had to look the name up for this review because I always forgot it. It has some really good moments though so I often don't skip it.
Sabbath Mater is a good song with a lot of strong guitars and percussion. I enjoy it as a hard-hitting song even if it is not as varied as the other songs can be. THE SOUND OF TRUMPETS is another chant that gets stuck in my head.
Havohej Pantocrator is another one of my favorites. The slower guitar melody just sticks with me and creates a nice dark atmosphere.
Rom 5:8 is my absolute favorite song on this album. It hits very hard and every time it comes on I have to crank the volume up. Just makes you want to yell 'I am he who lives... and was dead and behold, I am alive forevermore!' I did laugh a little bit because some were thinking it was a christian song because of the name. You sweet summer child.
We are the next 1000 years is nothing special in all honesty. It's not bad but I never find myself listening to it. A little disappointing after the banger that is 5:8.
Coagvla is just an outro instrumental. It's actually pretty good surprisingly but obviously as an instrumental it's just an outro for the album and nothing more.
Overall this is a pretty good album if you're into this kind of music. It did take me time to fully get into it but it's very creative and does some unique things such as the chants. Perhaps I should have done a more in depth review, as some may feel I am a hypocrite for complaining about others complaining. Yeah maybe they're right, but maybe I just like to complain just for the sake of complaining. You like what you like, but try not to take it all so seriously. You'll find that music is easier to listen to.
God showed his love for us that while we’re sinners he died for us. Also the words in that song say:
I am He who lives
And was dead and behold
I am alive forevermore Those are the words of Jesus Christ Religion aside, this album really rocks and it is much easier to hear the chords and leads than in most death metal albums. Also the vocals are somewhat more easier to understand. A fantastic album. While still very heavy it is more like classic heavy metal than say Thelema 6. Buy it now!
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Very strong release.
This their best album and I can't wait for another.