Kult Ov Azazel
The World, The Flesh and The Devil


4.5
superb

Review

by Metalbleedingcorp USER (8 Reviews)
October 26th, 2013 | 5 replies


Release Date: 2005 | Tracklist

Review Summary: In terms of sound, this album has a good sound production, all sound from all the instruments also appears satisfactory. Although many fans say this album is similar to the Panzer album from Marduk. But in terms of sound quality as well as the riffs sho

Differ by three previous album. 'The World,The Flesh and The Devil' is very much playing melodius and brutal riff. The music is fast, aggressive and double bass drum nothing stopped adorn track and all the features melodius.

Though it sounds at first blush like Marduk, but Kult Ov Azazel has offer in terms of highly structured music neatly. Their music also has a varied and complex tempo. From some of the tracks that is displayed, only the track ' Trempling ' which has the Cross grooves are monotonous, while some of the other tracks, created with a complex musical variations.

About rhythm music, actually guitar riffs appeared indifferent, no complicated riffs, everything simple, but beat of a drum and vocal Character triggering a fast and aggressive music. Shades of dark can be found in all song in this album. This album highly energetic and having many riffs classical blackmetal. This album guaranteed not be boring.

In terms of sound, this album has a good sound production, all sound from all the instruments also appears satisfactory. Although many fans say this album is similar to the Panzer album from Marduk. But in terms of sound quality as well as the riffs shown by Kult Ov Azazel is extremely variable. In General, in one of the songs they did not put only one tempo but many or very nearby. Although fairly simple guitar riffs but it can make us always want to repeat this album.

Kult Ov Azazel is a Blackmetal band from Florida. Formed 13 years ago and has had 5 studio albums, a live album, Ep and a compilation album. At the beginning of the formation, they were using the name Azazel, but did not last long with that name. Until the end of 2001, the band released their debut album titled ' the Triump of Fire ' was released by Arctic Music Group.

Just info, In 2013, Kult ov Azazel have the turn 2 personnel namely ' Vestator ' which replaced the position of ' Xul ' on Bass, and ' Necrol ' which replaced the guitarist 'Amduscias'.

Kult Ov Azazel was formed because of inspired from a few bands of that time, have the same ideology of hatred towards humans and religion. And by that, they keep the focus to have a black-majority concept adds to the element grim in making music and lyrics.



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Metalbleedingcorp
October 26th 2013


16 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Usually we review with our language 'bahasa Indonesia', but we try to translate it into English here, if there is a grammar wrong, we apologize. If you want it, you can translate it yourself with your style

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Underflow
October 26th 2013


2588 Comments


I think I understood most of this.

Brostep
Staff Reviewer
October 26th 2013


3485 Comments


About rhythm music, actually guitar riffs appeared indifferent


AntennaHeaven
October 26th 2013


87 Comments


That cover man.

North0House2
October 28th 2013


5880 Comments


Lol the Photoshop on that album art. I can't take it seriously.



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