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Revelation Unorthodox is another beast entirely. Imagine if Glenn Danzig decided to sing for Marduk under the stipulation that they reworked a few early era Danzig songs and made them heavier.
Then imagine that this band got top notch production from Abyss studios and Tommy Tagtgren. Then, sweeten the pot with a cover of "Deathwish" by early 80's death rock gods Christian Death. If you could care less about anything I've Album) above and think "horror punk" sounds like wank, than you might want to move on to something else. For the rest of us Revelation Unorthodox holds some really enjoyable music.
Tracks like "Pentagram Murder", "Swallow Your Soul", and "Blood Nymphoman" are black metal thrashers complete with crisp abyss like blast beats and driving fast chord changes. The vocals are pure Danzig appreciation and personally I think that's really Album) and fresh. It's like updating the old misfits sound with more speed and power.
Then you have tracks like "Bondage Goddess", "Erotkill, "Funeral Dream", and "Blood Angels Recital" that reinterpret early Danzig, with twisted chuncky rifts and evil Elvis like swagger. You don't get quite the blues howl and powerful range that Glenn Danzig could pull off, but the vocals don't let you down.
These songs are close enough in style to the original Danzig sound to make sense, but don't fall flat for lack of originality. These tracks have a post punk churn to them, heavy and wicked. I think the band should really invest in exploring the Samhain sound and melding it with black metal. They could really create something new and unexpected. Lastly you have "We Live Again", "Howling", and "Blood Nymphoman" which are horror punk blasts of quick chords and frenzied drumming.
It's not far from what Samhain was doing in spirit and comfortably fits on this release. I think Devils Whorehouse could really develop into something beyond the sum of its parts depending on how they decide to proceed. This is evil, twisted death metal, the Album) it is supposed to be done, and is absolutely mandatory for all fans of Scandinavian metal in general.
Gatefold sleeve with silver foil printed logo and poster. Comes with printed insert! One of metal's most influential and pioneering bands as well as one of the most covered bands Metallica, Gamma Ray etc. This is the long awaited new material from the band which their fans have had to wait 12 years to hear! Limited Edition White vinyl, copies. Limited Edition black vinyl incl hand signed photocard, copies. Split 7" limited to only copies on Green vinyl. Comes with a Ripsnorter sticker.
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Come in Gatefold cover and printed inner sleeves. Exclusive Swedish edition on solid red vinyls limited to units. This re-issue was remastered and remixed from original master for the best Death From Beyond - Devils Whorehouse - Revelation Unorthodox (CD sound quality. Includes an insert with lyrics and band photo. Pressed on "Obliterated Orange" vinyl.
Contains 3 sessions 34 tracks recorded in CarcassGodflesh and Carcass. Second pressing limited to 1, copies with a slightly bigger artwork. Side B contains the same program as Side A but played backwards. Double audiophile vinyl in Gatefold Cover. Contains 1 bonustrack The Leper Affinity Live. Norwegian black metal act Revelation's Hammer's self-titled album is a great journey into the darkness.
Catchy, melodic, dark, Album), with hellish riffs black metal, for fans of Darkthrone, Carpathian Forest and Satyricon! Comes with exclusive woven patch. Limited Edition, copies. Comes in a fold Album) cover. Fans of In Flames should dig it. Melodic Death Metal from Sweden. Limited Edition Blue vinyl, copies. With former members of Annihilator, Death, Nevermore etc, Shatter Messiah gives us the weird bastard love child of thrash and power metal with a little bit of prog and doom mixed in.
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