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Album Review

Immolation's third album, Failures for Gods, follows in Morbid Angel's sinister, hyperactive, sometimes atonal footsteps, although with more than enough differences in their riffs and compositions to keep them from being mere copycats. The group's frequent, technically demanding time and tempo changes keep the listener jarred and off balance, which is exactly the desired effect, even if it makes the album seem rather monotonous to the uninitiated after a while.

Customer Reviews


This is the most structured album this band ever put out, and has a completely different feel from any of their other albums. Once Ordained may be one of my favorite Death metal songs. This album is assertive, but complicating and really bellows a message; of disgust for the christian philosophy. If you haven't bought any Immolation album, I would start here.

The Pinnacle of Satanic Death Metal

this is real death metal, as technical as it is brutal and very well put together not just spewing hateful angry garbage but with real effort and musician ship

Another Great Record

These guys have done it again. Although Here In After is slightly better and so is Dawn of Posession (Iwhich Itunes does not have), this is still a great record. Again all 8 tracks are worth purchasing so buy it...NOW


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The death metal band Immolation formed in 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, in 1991 Immolation signed to Roadrunner to issue their debut album, Dawn of Possession; a five-year gap (and a move to Metal Blade) preceded the follow-up, Here in...
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