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Review: Necroblaspheme - Destination: Nulle Part
Necroblaspheme
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Destination: Nulle Part

Label: Agonia Records
Year released: 2008
Duration: 36:15
Tracks: 9
Genre: Death Metal

Rating: 3.75/5

Review online: January 3, 2009
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
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Destination: Nulle Part

Rated 3/5 (60%) (11 Votes)
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This is pretty good. Necroblaspheme are some guys who split off from a Deathcore band and decided to get back to basics. Despite the weird song titles, this is aggressive, retro Death Metal that reminds me pretty much in equal parts of Dismember and Deicide. The guitar sound is solid, the riffs are good, and the vocals are suitably guttural. This band flashes a good bit of dynamic, going from slower passages to faster with style and the occasional kick of Thrash sensibility. There's nothing here Death fans have not heard before, but this is good, crunchy Death Metal that will more than satisfy your cravings.


Track Listing:
  1. All in vain, All in veins
  2. After All
  3. Descent's Genesis
  4. 2H40min A.M
  5. Sorry For Us/Me
  6. "??? > I "
  7. Wounded
  8. Thoughts Close At End
  9. Nameless
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