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liledman
November 30th 2012


3826 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

I have dark red version of this. Even more elite.

666Micrograms
November 30th 2012


923 Comments


Its so good I cant even formulate a sound off for it.

666Micrograms
December 1st 2012


923 Comments


this is my soundoff now haha

Some albums are beyond criticisms. These albums, rare, hold this invulnerable status because their ideas, their vision, are so convincing and complete that their sound is an infinite microcosm, another dimension if you will, where that album is rests alone, as the one God of its own universe. With levels of atmosphere usually reserved for black metal outfits, Ulcerate have crafted a flawless peice of technical death metal; most miraculously, without relying on riffs. Ingenious, meandering, dissonant chords intertwine with one another on top of the greatest drumming ever recorded, to create a brooding, destructive, post-apocalyptic universe drenched in a melancholy, misanthropic atmosphere. On The Destroyers Of All, Ulcerate's technical skill and songwriting brilliance is unmatched, and transcends any genre labels as an exclusive work of art, untouchable as it rests within its own divinity.

Inveigh
December 1st 2012


25529 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Pretty hyperbolic but yeah this album's incredible

Digging: Elder (USA-MA) - Lore

eternium
December 1st 2012


16352 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This band is so fucking good.

Ignimbrite
December 2nd 2012


5655 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

they're ok

Digging: Rosetta - Quintessential Ephemera

Shuyin
December 2nd 2012


12441 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

yea

666Micrograms
December 2nd 2012


923 Comments


sucks

fromtheinside
February 23rd 2013


20195 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

this is starting to feel like their most efficient and impressive work to date. some of the rhythms on this thing are... albums good.

Shuyin
February 23rd 2013


12441 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

samey, first 3 songs rule tits

Inveigh
February 23rd 2013


25529 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

want a new album very badly

MO
February 23rd 2013


19628 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

outro to Burning Skies gets me everytime, so fucking mighty

fromtheinside
February 23rd 2013


20195 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

intro to beneath is mesmerizing

Wizard
February 23rd 2013


19877 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Can't wait for their Relapse debut.

fromtheinside
February 23rd 2013


20195 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

i'd like them to experiment more with their ethereal textures, some of the spacey-er moments on this are breathtaking

GiaNXGX
February 24th 2013


4867 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

same

CrimsonLies
March 6th 2013


2161 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Dam it got this on clear vinyl since they ran out of red but now it's re-stocked >:[

Buzzkillr
March 6th 2013


1541 Comments


damn, gonna cop dat red

liledman
March 6th 2013


3826 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

I hope they throw more jazz and swing into the mix without loosing their strong foundation




Are you implying that there is some jazz and swing on here?



The couple of things they have said about the new material sounds promising, because it sounds like they are getting back to the more demanding sound present on EiF. They got more atmospheric on this one, but they lost a lot of melodic/harmonic/rhythmic interest. Yeah it's still great, but I find EiF way more interesting and dynamic in each of those areas. A dynamic approach involving the whole of the musical materials instead of just volume or speed is much more interesting.

fromtheinside
March 6th 2013


20195 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

where.

the.

fuck.

is.

the.

swing.



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