Nuclear Abominations
Brutal Deathgore publication since 1995 | 1011028 stabs in the skull.


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KRISIUN (Bra): "Black Force Domain" Cd 1995 Dynamo

Review by: Necrogoregrinder | 01/01/2000


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No, no kidding, this is really one of the few masterpieces destined to fuel a brand new breed of death metal for years ever since its release in 1997. How many albums you can say that have REALLY shaken you in the last years? How many albums like Altars of Madness or World Downfall or Extreme Conditions demand Extreme Responses? Well Black Force Domain is one of those pearls desined to fall in my backpack if I ever had to flee this fucking city for a nuclear conflict. Basically, there's nothing new... bass/vocals, drums, guitars. Nothing new except that everything is new, the way the Death Metal is played is like nothing heard before, not even MORBID ANGEL got this far. Every single elemnt that makes Death Metal so different from the other genres, is pushed on adrenaline to 5 times faster, drum solos and hyperblasts to make your hair fall, guitar solos so long and fast to make any guitarist sit down and weep, basic, straight to the poing bestial lyrics, damn, this album is a fucking bible of Death Metal. And it's unrelenting, savage, uncontrolled, bestial beyond any limit, the sound perfectly neat without being synthetical, tight and fast, A-M-A-Z-I-N-G, if you can buy one KRISIUN release, buy this one, this is CULT.


Tracks (9): 1- Black Force Domain 2 - Messiah of the Double Cross 3 - Hunter of Souls 4 - Blind Possession 5 - Evil Mastermind 6 - Infamous Glory 7 - Rejected to Perish Below 8 - Meanest Evil 8 - Obssession by Evil Force 9 - Sacrifice of the Unborn