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Album Review

Judging from their name alone, there should be confusion as to what style of music Angel Corpse specialize in. But if you're still searching for answers, just take a gander at the album title and cover art of their 2007 release, Of Lucifer & Lightning (with a cover illustration depicting what appears to be Beelzebub eating an upside-down Jesus Christ, with Armageddon going on in the background). Yep, black metal/death metal is the name of the game here — gobs of it. Indecipherable vocals, metronome-gone-mad drumming, rubbery riffs, and spine-tingling guitar solos abound — a recipe that has been adopted by countless similarly styled extreme metal bands since the 1980s. But if straight-ahead, no-frills death metal is what you're looking for, such rapid-fire tracks as "Antichrist Vanguard" and "Henexsabbat" should leave you writhing in delight.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Angel Corpse is a black/death metal band formed in 1995 by bassist/vocalist Pete Helmkamp (following the dissolution of his previous band, Order From Chaos) and guitarist Gene Palubicki. With drummer John Longstreth, the group recorded a demo, Goats to Azazael, that helped get them signed to the French extreme metal label Osmose. Angel Corpse issued their debut LP, Hammer of Gods, in 1996, after which they recruited rhythm guitarist Bill Taylor; the follow-up, Exterminate, was released in early 1998...
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