supported by 5 fans who also own “Total Mental Desecration”
Well I kind of missed the boat on this complete behemoth of an album from 2017. Leaving behind their earlier extreme metal approach, Slaegt smoothly transitions to a more accessible & catchy sound (think a less refined Tribulation - that's a compliment to both bands). I mean the strengths of this album hit most all of my boxes. Copenhagen sound? Check. 80's twin guitar attack? OK. Complex arrangements and elaborate riffs? Yep. Christ - what else is buried in my fucking wishlist? This is great! bcb723
supported by 4 fans who also own “Total Mental Desecration”
Razor-sharp intelligence in lyrics and musical structure.
This record feels very mature in comparison to other extreme metal — which is probably also what causes so much opposition by mentally immovable conservatives.
We’d all rather stick our heads in the sand and remain locked in the bubble of safe and protected adolescent rebellion than face the fucking mess we’ve inherited and need to fix, right now.
I can truly say, with all my heart, that if you do not like Bölzer, then fuck you! Mark Lindhout