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THANATOS - UNDEAD.UNHOLY.DIVINE. - BLACK LOTUS
The Dutch veterans are back with their fourth full-length and in Undead.Unholy.Divine. they promise to have produced their strongest work ever. Lambs To The Slaughter opens disappointingly slow, reminiscent of many doom influences that often fail to convince, but before long the faster tempo kicks in and the song ends much better than it started. The title track starts where the opener left off, it is short, blasting and very more to the point. Eraser is somewhat slower again and it is not unlike songs heard on Gorguts, Pestilence and many other early 90s technical death metal releases. Beyond Terror is next and features a horror movie type intro before it settles into the prototypical death/thrash arrangement complete with growls, blast beats and fast riffs. The Signs Of Sadako slows the tempo considerably carrying the doom influence almost all the way through. Servants Of Hatred returns to the faster and heavier and does its part to increase the CD's appeal. Devour The Living features a similar mix, a slow start followed by faster segments. Godforsaken is also not unlike what proceeded it and includes a somewhat extended blast beat and guitar solo. The Suffering is a 90 second intermission that would fit well on Pestilence's Testimony Of The Ancients. The Sweet Suffering closes the album and is perhaps the fastest and most straight forward of Undead.Unholy.Divine. - Anna Tergel




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