Naphobia   Of Hell
Release Date: 1995

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4.0 excellentTheSpirit CONTRIBUTOR | April 30th 11

More overlooked Floridian death metal, Of Hell Naphobia's only full-length album is played in the style of most United States based OSDM bands, meaning there are few things you can automatically guess about whats in store you when listening to this record; uber technical instrumentation, a pace almost too fast to follow, and great production values. Naphobia didn't stray from any formulas but rather just put their heart into perfecting one, making for a great performance by all the group's members. Of Hell is plain and simple incredibly solid from start to finish, and if you can't take my word for it, take it from Chuck Schuldiner and Gene Hoglan two death metal luminaries that wouldn't ever waste their precious time guesting on an album that didn't offer anything but the best.


3.5 greatevilford | October 3rd 15
4.0 excellentFlyheadMetal | June 29th 15
3.5 greatAndy H. B. | February 7th 11

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