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Album Review

A single look at Belphegor's second album, 1997's Blutsabbath, is all you'll really need to decide whether this band is for you. These boys take their satanic allegiances very seriously. And so does one of their girlfriends, apparently, since she agreed to accompany them into an Austrian forest carrying a couple of ram's skulls in order to pose semi-naked and covered in blood for the delightful image captured on the album's cover. Blutsabbath offers a modest step forward from the group's uninspired debut, boasting a slight refinement in creative terms while somehow sounding even more raw than its predecessor.

Customer Reviews

Friggin' Awesome?

Why haven't a whole slew of people rated this as a 5 yet? Why I ask? Why?! Metal "goodness" at its darkest, foulest, most satanic and brutal best. Hail Satan!

sweet album!

This album has to be one their best, and like the review you read up on the top, it is the album to show what belphegor is. I reccomend this album to any die hard black/death metal lovers!

Gotta get more familiar with these guys...

Good guitar work...good drum timing...killer vocals....Hail!!! Now, I just hope they'll play Atlanta!


Formed: Salzburg, Austria

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s

Formed by guitarist/screamer Helmuth in 1990, Austrian death/black metal band Belphegor quickly made inroads in their homeland, but had to wait nearly a decade before their efforts crossed borders and were released internationally. Also featuring guitarist Sigurd, bassist Marius, and a revolving drum stool policy, the band's overtly satanic, European-style black metal isn't exactly groundbreaking but very competently executed nonetheless. Following a set of demos circulated in the obligatory CD-trading...
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