New Purtenance Album
2013-09-16 by Andy H. B. | 16 Comments
Old school Finnish death metal cornerstone Purtenance will release its second full length album, Awaken From Slumber, on October 1st. The aptly titled record will be the band's first full length since 1992's Member Of Immortal Damnation.

Details and a sample track, entitled 'Hour Of The Cannibal', can be found here: http://www.metalunderground.com/news/details.cfm?newsid=95514
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ShadowRemains
September 15th 2013
21624 Comments


yup

Jacquibim
Contributing Reviewer
September 16th 2013
15206 Comments


Holy shit, nice.

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ShadowRemains
September 16th 2013
21624 Comments


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Jacquibim
Contributing Reviewer
September 16th 2013
15206 Comments


All we need now is a new Funebrarum and life will be complete.

TheSpirit
September 16th 2013
18001 Comments


MOTHERFUCKING YES, YES, A THOUSAND TIMES YES

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turnip90210
September 16th 2013
321 Comments


Assuming the sample track is representative of the record, that's gonna be a fun negative review to write :P

bloc
September 16th 2013
35024 Comments


Wasn't huge on Member of Immortal Damnation but I'll check.

Art is sick though.

evilford
September 16th 2013
22987 Comments


this fucking year. no words.

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
September 16th 2013
19064 Comments


i mean that sample track sounded pretty bad guys let be honest here

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evilford
September 16th 2013
22987 Comments


dammit haven't listened yet

alachlahol
September 16th 2013
7515 Comments


this fucking year. no words.


band hasnt hasnt released an album in 21 years. what makes you think its gonna be any good

evilford
September 16th 2013
22987 Comments


funny of all the excited comments you single mine out :D it's nice to be loved

alachlahol
September 16th 2013
7515 Comments


immortal was good but it wasnt no masterpiece,, not expectin much after two frikkin decades

evilford
September 16th 2013
22987 Comments


immortal was pretty sweet, yeah sure not a classic but I liked it quite a bit.

idk what to expect but of all the great bands that keep announcing releases this year, some of them are bound to be good. I'm a positive person, I have faith.

ShadowRemains
September 16th 2013
21624 Comments


band hasnt hasnt released an album in 21 years. what makes you think its gonna be any good


brutality hadn't released an album in 16 years...and that shit was good

then again brutality was imo better than purtenance to start with but i digress

immortal is still solid finnish death metal regardless...and finnish death metal >>

BallsToTheWall
September 17th 2013
44805 Comments


Song rules.

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