|Review: Sathanas - Worship the Devil|
|Worship the Devil|
Label: Doomentia Records
Year released: 2015
Review online: May 10, 2015
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:Worship the Devil
Rated 4/5 (80%) (12 Votes)
US underground and unholy Black/Death Metal horde Sathanas have a long history. They have been spreading their satanic plague since 1988 with different line-ups and have released several albums, splits, demos, EPs, etc. during their long career and done so since day one without compromising with their sound one bit.
Sathanas' ninth studio outing is called Worship the Devil, a title that doesn't leave much room for guesswork as to what the album is about, does it? Their current line-up, which is a trio, has stayed the same for the last 10 years and it really shows in Sathanas' tight sound.
What you get on Worship the Devil is nine well-executed, vile-sounding and tombstone-heavy cuts of Death and Black Metal the one and only Sathanas way. The guys have stayed true to their sound for years and for that reason has gained a loyal fan base. There's really nothing THAT magical in their sound, in the way of unheard or highly original song structures, but Sathanas' blackened Death Metal is still captivating enough to stir a fair amount of interest especially when they have something new coming out. Sathanas' flaming, satanic firepower is simply irresistible and crawls treacherously like perverted catholic monks into the beds of choirboys during their night visits, raping them all.
You can never go wrong with Sathanas. Worship the Devil now, all of you!
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