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Australian extreme music collective the Amenta are a remarkably intense proposition, even by black and death metal standards. With "Erebus," the vertiginous opening track of their inaugural album, 2004's Occasus, the group unleashes a barrage of speed-riffs, crushed throat shouting, and what may or may not be programmed drums (such is their precision and velocity) that recall the similarly claustrophobic crush of Norway's Zyklon or Canada's Cryptopsy. The re-recorded title track of the Amenta's three-song demo from two years earlier is up next, and it too roars past in a near-blur, with occasional brief respites from the din only taking shape via slower, groovier power chords and gothic bits of symphonic orchestration. Taking that a step further, mood-setting instrumental montages like "Senium" and the title track add more texture and ambiance to the proceedings, while serving to set up subsequent displays of head-spinning aggression like "Ennea" and the aptly named "Nihil." Elsewhere, album highlight "Geilt" could very well fit into any number of esoteric black metal records put out by Poland's similarly inventive and unpredictable Behemoth; and the nerve-shattering "Sangre" effortlessly doubles the fire contained in some of Rotting Christ's more industrial-leaning outings. In sum, this secretive Aussie collective has struck upon a formidable formula with which to stun their unsuspecting prey, and that can only bode well for their future.

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This album may become the start of our metal's future to come!!

I am not digging into the description of this album so much, However this album has the quality of pure head bangability!! I am proud of Listenable Record's quality ear for edge in extreme. Fans of Wide spread new age metal, this is a must!!! Otherwise regret later, while tthey conquer the scene amongst there Quality and devotion for music of the damned!!!!


This album has it all - crushing speed combined with beautifully heavy riffs that.... i don't even know. This is one of my favorite albums - I just wonder when the next one is coming out...

Amazing album

This is like industrial inspired black-metal...on acid. Amazing musicianship. If you have not listened to The Amenta, defintely check it out, it's like Behemoth, but faster and with industrial elements. Similiar to Devolved!


Se formó en: 2000 en Sydney, Australia

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '00s

The Amenta was formed in the year 2000, in Sydney, Australia, from the remnants of various defunct death and black metal bands. Seeking to, in their own words, "embody a new age of extremism," the group's intentionally anonymous members proceeded to synthesize elements of black, death, dark, ambient, and industrial metal into their 2002 demo/EP Mictlan. A...
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