Behemoth Demigod
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Dancin' Man
June 11th 2006


719 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

They are wrong. Why do people not appreciate the glory that is Zos Kia Kultus? I've listened to a lot of music in my day and a lot of that was Behemoth. Trust me, Zos Kia Kultus will make any fan of Demigod happy.

Thor
June 11th 2006


10202 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Sounds promising, but I love this album so much so I can't imagine another album being able to match it.

Digging: Black Crown Initiate - The Wreckage of Stars

k4t4lyst
June 11th 2006


201 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Well, I'll eventually buy both Thelema 6 and Zos Kia Kultus, I'm just wondering which to buy first....

Mr. Brown
June 18th 2006


36 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

At first the vocals really turned me off, but after many listens I got used to it. Now I love the whole album. It was the same with CoF's "Dusk And Her Embrace". At first I hated it but I soon became very fond of it.

dest. Chaos
June 25th 2006


3 Comments


What is this review doing in the black metal section?This Message Edited On 06.25.06

Dancin' Man
June 25th 2006


719 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Their first albums were black metal and I guess you can't split a band on here between albums. I think it is something that needs to be changed.

dest. Chaos
June 25th 2006


3 Comments


I know that they used to play black. Their old stuff is great, the new is shit. I hate these multi-layer-fag-vocals.

Iluvatar
Staff Reviewer
June 25th 2006


16089 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Yeah the new Dashboard Confessional stuff is wai heavier than this stuff.

Cravinov13
June 25th 2006


3854 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

These guys can only hope they can compare to rue death metal like Dashboard Confessional and Fallout Boy.

COBArchEnemy
August 1st 2006


14 Comments


heard slaves shall serve and demigod and loved it, this band is amazing and heavy as hell This Message Edited On 08.01.06

Phil Anselmo
August 6th 2006


18 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

No doubt that this is one of the most heavy album of 2004. I appreciate their change in lyrical themes, for now they are more in the vein of Nile. The music however has become even more extreme than the previous album, and is even more technical. Nergal does a mystifyingly great job singing, and playing guitar. Great CD!

ChrisAdlerisGod
August 21st 2006


474 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

1ST BEHEMOTH ALBUM!!! Holy crap its awesome! The entire cd is filled with crushing riffs and cunt pounding (i love saying that) drums.Negrals vocals are a little on the weird side, but i can deal with them. My favorite tracks are Demigod and Towards Babylon.
These guys look like something out of a Mortal Kombat game with all those costumes they where. LOL

UnbornAgain
August 29th 2006


11 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I love this album to death, and I would've given it a 5 except Nergal's vocals are up so loud it kind of distracts from the rest of the music..

Thor
August 29th 2006


10202 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Yeah, those vocals could stand to be turned down a notch or two.

Hevy Tred
August 30th 2006


19 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Slaves shall serve

Its an anthem

ToWhatEnd
September 7th 2006


3172 Comments


The drumming is incredible and I really dig the guitarists pinch harmonic styles. Vocals, eh mixed opinions on those.

lightningmetal666
September 7th 2006


27 Comments


I managed to get a friend to burn this for me and I think the drumming on it is f*cking godlike. I've never heard that much skill so far.

I like the horns that come in on the 2nd song. It gives a nice contrast to the extreme heaviness that comes after.

Thor
September 7th 2006


10202 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Inferno is one of my favorite metal drummers out there, and he's certainly one of the most talented. His feet are just so ungodly fast!

ToWhatEnd
September 7th 2006


3172 Comments


Seriously there drums are so incredible. I saw them at SOTU and their drummer played faster in warm ups than any other band did all day during their set. And there were so darn good drums later on.

lightningmetal666
September 7th 2006


27 Comments


I agree. I'd even daresay he'd give Gene Hoglan a run for his money, and I've seen Gene live. That guy owns.



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