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Review: Demonic Obedience - Fatalistic Uprisal of Abhorrent Creation
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Fatalistic Uprisal of Abhorrent Creation

Label: Satanath Records
Year released: 2018
Duration: 33:17
Tracks: 8
Genre: Death/Black

Rating: 4.25/5

Review online: October 14, 2018
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
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Originally from the UK, Demonic Obedience used to be a one-man band run by a Greek guy named George Dtavelas. He recorded his first two albums, Morbid Supremacy of Evil (2012) and Nocturnal Hymns to the Fallen (2016) by himself before adding more band members.

The band's third album, Fatalistic Uprisal of Abhorrent Creation, was recorded with two additional band members, Kruxator on vocals and Mark Stormwhipper on bass who both add more pitch-black firepower behind the band, while George takes care of the rest (guitar and the programmed drums) to keep his ominous Armageddon-machine going.

Again, this is a co-release between Sevared Records (USA) and Satanath Records (Russia) and, damn, it's a very good one. George made the right move by hiring those two other fellows to participate in this. When Kruxator took over the vocal duties, he also brought more evilness to the songs with his totally vicious and underworldly growls and snarls. The musical territory where they are now is somewhere between Incantation's doomy and brutal heaviness and Sadistic Intent's ancient, all kinds of evilness-reeking Death Metal. It's a very fitting mixture of these two worlds in which different, utterly heavy and brutal elements just complete each other perfectly.

"Awakening" and "Scythe Bearer" seem to stand above the rest of the songs because they are eerier and more varied than the other songs. It's good to have a new album from Demonic Obedience, full of efficient blackened Death Metal bombardment. Get this!

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