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5 out of 5

21 Ratings

21 Ratings

They're back!!!

Divineheretic82

Only heard one song so far but already pre ordered the album. Hail Immolation!!!!

Precisely what you'd expect.

Grvc4

Quite possibly the best Death Metal band of all time. This track certainly doesn’t disappoint! I like the production. This is not to say I didn’t like the production of the last two albums, both of which had a thick guitar/bass syrup of sonic sludge for your auditory delight. This however, has a sharper, crisper guitar sound. There's never anything wrong with changing things up a bit. I am salivating at the prospect of hearing the new release in full.

...the real follow-up to "Close to a World Below"

FukOff&DieNewWorldOrderScum

Hands down the best album since "Close..."
The first time I saw Immolation was on the "Here In After" tour in Berkeley, CA...played with Oppressor if I remember right.
This is what death metal is all about!!!
Unbelievable how good this is is!!!
These guys never disappoint live, but IMO some of their albums definitely have..not so this time...totally sick!!!

About Immolation

One of the United States' most influential death metal group's, Immolation formed in Yonkers, New York in 1986; originally dubbed Rigor Mortis, the group first comprised singer/bassist Ross Dolan, guitarists Robert Vignaud and Thomas Wilkinson, and drummer Craig Smilowski. After a series of well-received demos, Immolation signed to Roadrunner in 1991 to issue their debut album, Dawn of Possession; a five-year gap (and a move to Metal Blade) preceded the follow-up Here in After. With new drummer Alex Hernandez, the band resurfaced in 1999 with Failure for Gods. Close to a World Below was issued a year later, but it would be the band's last outing for Metal Blade. They inked a deal with French independent label Listenable Records in 2001, with whom they would go on to issue a string of well-received outings, including Unholy Cut, Harnessing Ruin, and Shadows in the Light, the latter two of which introduced new drummer Steve Shalaty. 2010's Majesty and Decay was the band's first outing for Nuclear Blast, and 2013's Orwellian Kingdom of Conspiracy saw them unleash their first concept album. In 2017, Immolation released their tenth studio long-player, Atonement. ~ Jason Ankeny

  • ORIGIN
    Yonkers, NY
  • GENRE
    Metal
  • FORMED
    1986

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