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Album Review

Death and black metal bands have become a dime a dozen by the early 21st century — most of which sound almost identical. But what most of the current crop overlook are the early trailblazers of the genre, namely a nice little band of lads called Venom, who almost single-handedly laid the groundwork for countless others who subsequently followed their lead. However, there are a select few who stay true to the genre's roots, especially Desaster, whose 2007 release, 666: Satan's Solders Syndicate, sounds like a direct descendent of such extreme metal landmarks as Black Metal. Heck, even their song titles would've fit perfectly on an early Venom release — "Angel Extermination," "More Corpses for the Grave," "The March of Fire and Conquest," etc. Somewhere in a dark underworld, the black metal gods are smiling.


Formed: 1988 in Koblenz, Germany

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '80s

Representing a second generation of bad spelling, Germany's Desaster took their name from Destruction's classic track "Total Desaster," and, like their inspiration, showcased a black metal-leaning style of post-thrash throughout their early career. Much of this took place in relative obscurity, though, since the band founded in the town of Koblenz in 1988 only managed to release their debut album, A Touch of Medieval Darkness, an incredible eight years later. Cheekily named members Okkulto (vocals),...
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