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Straddling the line between damnation and redemption, California's Impending Doom pour down torrents of pure molten fury on their fifth album, Death Will Reign. The quintet’s brand of gore-splattered worship (or “gorship”) has never sounded more potent than on these unrelenting tracks, produced with precision by Will Putney (Lamb of God, For Today). Always known for their fusion of Christian fervor and deathcore aggression, ID gain even more edge here thanks to the twin-guitar assault of founding member Manny Contreras (back after a two-album absence) and new recruit Eric Correa. Their blistering cross-lines mesh with Brandon Trahan’s jackhammer blast beats with exceptional finesse, letting vocalist Brook Reeve unleash harrowing screams of rage and anguish. Album highlights include the opener “Ravenous Disease” (punctuated by horrific bellows and graced with layered musicianship), “Beyond the Grave” (lent luminous color by effects-drenched guitar washes), and “My Blood” (a scathing sonic eruption conveying a loving family-centered message). “The Great Divide” closes with a final desperate plea to God for rescue from a world of madness.

Customer Reviews


This album combines the eerie tones of Nailed Dead Risen with the brutal progression of their two most recent albums.

Make no mistake about it my friends; this album is dark and filled to the brim with pure dread. Unrelenting guitar hooks with bold, unapologetic lyrics are littered throughout this album.

This is one of the few Christian bands actually out there. No gimmicks. No trends. No compromise.

There should be a warning lable

There should be a whiplash warning on this album it's so heavy

Heaviest Christian album yet

This new impending doom should keep going. This is amazing work. It's like thy art is murder but Christian!!! Impending doom vs thy art is murder. This is great stuff. If they ever read reviews I hope they read these. Their next album should be heavier.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Creating a style of music that allows them to worship God through gore music (self-described as "gorship"), Impending Doom are a Christian death metal band who use extreme music as a means to explore their beliefs. Formed in Riverside, CA, in 2005 by founders Manny Contreras (guitar), Brook Reeves (vocals), Chris Forno (guitar), Isaac Bueno (drums), and Greg Pewthers (guitar), the band formed and quickly self-released the EP The Sin and Doom of Godless Men. In the time after the EP, Forno, Pewthers,...
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