The Return of the mighiest Brazilian Death Metal machine Rebaelliun!
Back in 1998 four guys in Brasil had a common dream, to record death metal and play Europe. So they recorded two tracks in Brasil and travelled to Belgium. With those two songs they secured many gigs and everyone was blown away by their live performances. So was Hammerheart Records one day when they were selling albums at an underground festival where Rebaelliun performed. Many labels showed interest, but the band decided to chose Hammerheart Records. Then Rebaelliun went home and recorded “Burn the Promised Land”, and launched their career. Their second album “Annihilation” was recorded in 2001 and upon its release was seen as one of ther most intense Death Metal albums ever released, and even in 2016 it is regarded as a classic.
As with many bands Rebaelliun broke up after touring for “Annihilation”, due to internal struggles and disagreements. Then forward to 2015, the reunion is there, finally...
And so the release of “The Hell’s Decrees” is upon us in may 2016! The album is Rebaelliun in 2016, still all the trademarks are there: brutality, technical skills, insane speed, killer solo’s, memorable songs. But on a higher level than ever before! Each song is a highlight, the diversity in the tracklist is contributing to listening the full album and be left in awe, simply jaw-dropping...
supported by 58 fans who also own “The Hell's Decrees”
This is doomy as fuck. When I first heard this, I remember thinking "Ehh...not as good as Blood Incantation. Pass..." which was a pretty huge mistake. Listened again recently and am now completely hooked on this record. Everything is just so goddamned heavy. Glad I decided to give this one another try. bcb723
supported by 56 fans who also own “The Hell's Decrees”
Venenum’s progressive death metal is somewhat similar, yet far superior, to early Tribulation, and it also bears a spiritual, if not stylistic, similarity to Blood Incantation in its ability to push the boundaries of death metal while exemplifying the very best of its essence. The instrumental proficiency is high without being ostentatious, the riffs are powerful and constantly varied without being incoherent, and the grasp of dynamics is far beyond debut album-level. Essential listening. Ippocalyptica
supported by 53 fans who also own “The Hell's Decrees”
Fuck yes... this is how you make a solid death metal EP kids.
Everything about this release is on point. Even the artwork is some old style sickness that fits the music perfectly. It’s hard to even pick a favourite track, they all slay.
Can’t believe I didn’t discover this band earlier, cuz they annihilate and destroy. I recommend treating ur ears to this filth.