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Bloody Blasphemy

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Album Review

Like its predecessor, The Grand Grimoire, Bloody Blasphemy is nothing groundbreaking, but it's so solidly written and performed that it doesn't really matter. God Dethroned write honest-to-God (or Satan, as the case may be) guitar riffs, some nearly as good as chief influence Slayer, which is all too rare in the fast-noisy-blur world of death and black metal musicianship. It's another well-crafted effort from a skilled crew.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Dutch death-metal band God Dethroned was formed in 1991 by vocalist Henri Sattler with several friends (credited only as M. Beukeveld, M. Arends, and A. Dijkstra); they recorded a demo and got the opportunity to release an album on the small German label Shark in 1992. Titled The Christhunt, it did little commercially, and God Dethroned went on hiatus the following year, with Sattler forming a new group called Ministry of Terror. Following that band's 1994 album Fall of Life and a supporting European...
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