If other bands take 8 years between albums it usually means the fire they once had went out. That doesn't apply to Abominator. 'Evil Proclaimed' is their most deadly and well written album to date.
Favorite track: Re-Birth Of The Arch Nemisis.
At long last, legendary black/death heretics ABOMINATOR return from suspended animation with their highly anticipated comeback album, "Evil Proclaimed". After eight years in the abyss, the core creative duo of drummer/vocalist Chris Volcano and guitarist Andrew Undertaker - both longtime veterans of the deadly Australian metal scene - have reignited the hellfire, having learned their lessons well from a devilish hiatus, and thusly deliver a demonic slab of black/death metal carnage. Aptly titled, "Evil Proclaimed" is ABOMINATOR's fifth album to date, and their first album for HELLS HEADBANGERS. Here, these Oz barbarians range their entire discography, the filth 'n' fury of their earliest days well accounted for whilst showing a nuanced sense of dynamics not heard on their previous albums. The attack's not unlike a heat-seeking missile: stealthy, insistent, focused, FAST...and death imminent. With a history that stretches back more than 20 years now, ABOMINATOR display no signs of softening nor compromise; if anything, they're more committed than ever to harnessing the powers of chaos and unleashing them back as a maelstrom of blackened Metal of Death. Rounded off by the band's best, burliest production ever, "Evil Proclaimed" is the victorious return everyone's been awaiting of ABOMINATOR. Onward they march...
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This is Finnish bestial black metal at its most noncompromising, opaque and inaccessible. For nine mercifully short cuts Archgoat subjects listeners to certifiable burly aural abuse, nothing more nothing less. The lines between black and death metal are blurred, the riffs just keep on punching and vocals are bellowed roars, Archgoat are priests presiding at an orgy above their meek, prone victims. Son ov Perdition