Malevolent Ghosts Forward to Annihilation State of Mind Dying Breed Tags dave vincent death metal grind grindcore metal pete sandoval season of mist terrorizer Los Angeles.
Terrorizer recommends:. Terrorizer go to album. Ippocalyptica go to album. Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in x resolution or higher. Not so much for any consistency in their studio output, which could be likened to a brief flash of genius by a delinquent child who couldn't keep his act together, but more because of the stylistic development that took place because of their iconic drummer Pete Sandoval affectionately known as "Commando" and his connection with Morbid Angel.
Anyone who is aware of the massive changes that took place in the death metal style due to his pioneering work and mastery of blast beats on "Altars Of Madness" will note the massive gap between the traditionalism of Death, Obituary, and a slew of older, thrash oriented prime-movers of the style, nay even the earlier work of Morbid Angel in "Abominations Of Desolation" before he came onto the scene. A similar story emerges for the present grindcore scene, which largely owes its chaotic nature to the same drummer, along with the now deceased guitarist of this outfit Jesse Pintado, who coined the genre's name and was a heavy factor in shaping the compositional quirks unique to it.
However, it is important to separate this band's historic significance with what it would end up becoming later on down the line, which is more akin to a conventional death metal band in the post-Morbid Angel sense, with occasional hints at the grindcore style inherent in the drumming style of Sandoval. Thus we come to "Hordes Of Zombies", which is by all standards the sort of album that Morbid Angel should have put out a year prior, minus Trey Azagthoth's wild, chaotic and, at times, atonal sounding flurries of notes.
In the grand tradition of Slayer's "Reign In Blood", an album often associated with shaping the death metal sound, this is an album that largely plays off a straight-line bombardment approach with all the machine guns constantly firing. Respites from the endless slew of tremolo riffs and rumbling double-bass drum work are few, and largely culminate in fleeting breakdowns that hit like loud bomb blast and briefly silence the clatter of the smaller arms fire.
The vocal input of Anthony Rezhawk is in line with the guttural wolf bark sound heard out of Chris Barnes and Dave Matrise of Jungle Rot, and further serves to bolster the militaristic character of this album.
Sadly, while the quality of each song is consistent and the execution is quite competent considering Sandoval's recent recovery from back surgery, song for song this doesn't quite seal the deal and ends up being an exercise in continually hitting the exact same territory. While much of Morbid Angel's early to middle era work was defined by a continual barrage of speed and fury, there was always a sense of variety and development to what was going on, not to mention a lot more sweetener from Azagthoth's fret board adventures to keep things interesting.
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Is this album as great as World Downfall The album is fast and aggressive thanks to the combined efforts of Pete "the feet" Sandoval and Katina Culture.2. Hordes of Zombies 3. Ignorance and Apathy 4. Subterfuge 5. Evolving Era 6. Radiation Syndrome 7. Flesh to Dust 8. Generation Chaos 9. Broken Mirrors Prospect of Oblivion Malevolent Ghosts Forward to Annihilation State of Mind A Dying Breed Wretched (bonus track) Hordes of Zombies (Demo) (bonus track).