Blast beats galore, crazy technical guitars, barking vocals about blasphemy, the Apocalypse, the minions of Hell rising up to engulf the Earth, stir well, bake for 30 minutes, rinse, repeat. This album is Put this cd in and dare people to guess if it's Krisiun, Abhorrence, Ravager, or Rebaelliun for instant fun.
But there's another side of me that thinks "Why mess with a good thing? Yeah, it's single minded of purpose and pretty one-dimensional, but nobody hammers it home better than this band and the others mentioned. If it's what you're looking for, you can't go wrong.
One person found this helpful. See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. Translate all reviews to English. The first half of the score consists of heavily reverberated percussion, ethereal soundscapes, and arpeggiated acoustic guitar that juxtapose threat and intrigue equally. Tracks such as "What Do You Know?
The final third of the album segues into more threatening and mysterious territory -- "Lighthouse Chamber" delivers a kind of nauseating, swirling ambience before the minute-long "The Alien" begins. The latter is a highlight of the album, bringing together many of the aforementioned elements into one cohesive composition; wonderfully rich strings rise to a crescendo before suddenly, out of nowhere, fuzzy synth leads break through, giving way to ghostly ambience and unexpected stabs of electronica that build to a tumultuous end.
The vocals are well performed and also very aggressive, just like everything else on this album. There is no lack of conviction here. This man has great confidence in his performance. The bass? Probably brutal. Overall I greatly enjoyed this album, start to finish.
If you need a lot of variety in your music, or if you are afraid of having your face melted, this album may not be for you. Otherwise, I highly recommend it. What I got when I put this into the cd player, was the fastest drumming I had ever heard in my life. Add up the drum speed of Krisiun with Devourment's and you have Rebaelliun.
A total blast fast from hell, and blindingly fast fills. Put this cd in and dare people to guess if it's Krisiun, Abhorrence, Ravager, or Rebaelliun for instant fun.
But there's another side of me that thinks "Why mess with a good thing? Yeah, it's single minded of purpose and pretty one-dimensional, but nobody hammers it home better than this band and the others mentioned. If it's what you're looking for, you can't go wrong. One person found this helpful.
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Rebaelliun at Party. San Lurking Gloom is perfection. Inject this into my veins Steven Hartka. Eon of Cycling Death by Kever.
A small album with large music. This is excellent old school death metal. Metallurgical Fire. Master Boot Record fires up a monstrously-efficient assembly line, powered by industrial, synth-wave, and hardcore techno. A new compilation series featuring cat-loving metal bands from every state donating their tracks for local animal welfare organizations.
Two death metal legends unite for a once-in-a-lifetime LP; rife with classic appeal and flavor, it's a manifesto that works in any era. Mines of Moria.Apr 06, · Rebaelliun is a Brazilian death metal band that rose from obscurity to prominence after touring Europe and then returning to the homeland. This is their second album, and what an album it is. Annihilation is a 38 minute blazing speedfest. This album is FAST/5(5).