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.