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ShoeSoup
October 29th 2010



782 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

generic is all the bands that tried to copy this sound. this is from 93 you clown

ShadowRemains
October 29th 2010



20539 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

there were a lot of dm albums before this shoesoup

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ShoeSoup
October 29th 2010



782 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

no shit but this is far from generic. this is on par with human in terms of influence it had.

ShoeSoup
October 29th 2010



782 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

way better than pierced from within that's for damned sure

ShadowRemains
October 29th 2010



20539 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

pfw fuckin rules js

ShoeSoup
October 29th 2010



782 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

this is precisely about 6.4x better than that album so if you're saying that rules then this simply the decimatorzx

Hyperbore
October 29th 2010



856 Comments


"generic is all the bands that tried to copy this sound. this is from 93 you clown"
...'93? So what? Death metal had already been established and was being heavily copied by then. Hell, you'd probably try to say Obituary tried to copy this album, although they already had several by the time it came out.

Amorphis 'The Karelian Isthmus'
Asphyx 'Last One on Earth'
At the Gates 'The Red in the Sky Is Ours'
Baphomet 'The Dead Shall Inherit'
Cenotaph 'The Gloomy Reflections of Our Hidden Sorrows'
Deicide 'Legion'
Demigod 'Slumber of Sullen Eyes'
Fleshcrawl 'Descend into the Absurd'
Hypocrisy 'Penetralia'
Impetigo 'Horror of the Zombies'
Incantation 'Onward to Golgotha'
Miasma 'Changes'
Monstrosity 'Imperial Doom'
Morpheus Descends 'Ritual of Infinity'
Necrophiliac 'Chaopula - Citadel of Mirrors'
Seance 'Fornever Laid to Rest'
Therion 'Beyond Sanctorum'
Torchure 'Beyond the Veil'

All from '92 alone. And all better. Clown.

"this is on par with human in terms of influence it had."
lol

ShoeSoup
October 30th 2010



782 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

you're an imbecile. yes those are good releases, TRITSIO is even one of the best albums ever recorded. as far as death metal goes though, in 1993 this was one of its most refined examples. period.

ShadowRemains
October 30th 2010



20539 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

jesus christ dude

ShoeSoup
October 30th 2010



782 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

shut up, dunce. this album rapes you.

ShadowRemains
October 30th 2010



20539 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

maybe i'd shut up if you quit being such a dick to everyone who doesn't agree with your damn high-and-mighty opinion

ShoeSoup
October 30th 2010



782 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

lighten up, it's the damn internet. aka the one place where you're NOT supposed to be serious. get a grip you peon.

ShadowRemains
October 30th 2010



20539 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

i could bring up your entire argument on the AtG thread to discredit that entire statement, but I'll leave it be, and yes this album is great

ZippaThaRippa
October 30th 2010



2416 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

Never heard of it. Probably sucks.

liledman
October 30th 2010



3826 Comments


fueling the fire

ZippaThaRippa
October 30th 2010



2416 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

I would never

ShoeSoup
October 30th 2010



782 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

^ dude you listen to metalcore which throws all of your credibility right out the window

ZippaThaRippa
October 30th 2010



2416 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

That may be true but you lost all of your credibility when you started vigorously sucking off this band like there was no tomorrow

BaphometConsumed
October 30th 2010



38 Comments


scene kids lawl

KILL
October 30th 2010



71482 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

zip being zip

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