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Assembled In Blasphemy - Single

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Album Review

Assembled in Blasphemy is a well-built debut of rattling deathcore spectacle. That is, ex-members of Autopsy, Necrophagia, and Brutal Truth do the sort of lumbering horror-show metal with overly embellished pride, creating a sonic and visual experience dedicated to womb-feasting and "sadomastic masturbation" that builds to a violent aesthetic climax somewhere between a feedback-enhanced campfire story and Gargamel from The Smurfs. "Ageless Existence" is a favorite, with a speed/sludge second half and a hook which, presumably, includes the line, "Leper perversion/Save your servant." You could find better death metal than this, but while it's on, you wouldn't want to.

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The First

If you like Brutal Truth or Necrophagia then you should like this.Cause it has Danny Lilker from Brutal Truth and Kiiljoy from Necrophagia in it.It's a side project of theirs.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The politically inclined industrial outfit Ravenous has been delivering its brash take on present society since their inception in 1996. That same year, they released their debut Mass Mental Cruelty on the German label Off Beat and the Lemmings EP followed a year later. It was also during this time that Ravenous parted ways with the fledgling Off Beat and signed with the U.S. label Jarret Records in 1998, the label which released...
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Assembled In Blasphemy - Single, Ravenous
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: Oct 31, 2000
  • Parental Advisory

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