It is admittedly a very find distinction, but I think it’s a major part of the album. Zos Kia Cultus, Thelema. Here Behemoth incorporates an almost Carcass like formula, in where there is the main deep vocals, followed by some higher pitched vocals, and it sounds fuckin amazing. For the renunciation of one’s religion, see Apostasy. As for guitars, their work is solid, but it is definitely not up to par with earlier albums or classic albums.
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With The Apostasy, the formation delivers a nearly flawless album with performances by artists at the top of their game. The first song, Rome 64 C. There was a lot of pressure on this album’s shoulders to deliver, and to the band’s credit they didn’t take the easy route and release Demigod Part II.
Now they actually sound very full and rich, much like something you would hear from a marching band. The lyrical content consists of misanthropical views and the lack of free will among men.
The Apostasy opens up with an introduction slightly over a minute long that starts out slow and quiet and then builds in intensity until exploding into “Slaying the Prophets of Isa” and 40 minutes of a brutal onslaught by Polish blackened death metal band Behemoth.
From here, it just gets more and more dry. On the contrast, I enjoy some tracks on The Apostasy quite a bit. Views Read Edit View history. This one represents the best execution of the approach they’ve been advancing since Zos Kia Cultus. The guitar work is stunningly brutal. That being said, the layering on ‘The Apostasy,’ is used for just that – emphasis – and is used just the right amount. As do they need to work on their lead work.
Nergal does vary his presentation a little bit, adding a bit of color to his voice at spots – it is subtle but its there. Right off the bat this album will drag you in with its subtle intro; some monotone “tribal” vocals, then FUCK, it hits you in the nuts with an explosion of classic Behemoth smash face riffs and brutal drum blasts, all layered behind one of the best black metal voices, quite possibly, ever.
What a nice review man, I liked “Inner Sanctum”, also the video is awesome.
The Apostasy – Wikipedia
The highest point of this album is Inner Sanctum, the song with Warrell Dane of Nevermore fame on guest vocals. Nergal’s voluminous, sustained growls are parched, full and sepulchral as all get out, sitting atop a throne of blood, bone and pretense.
Brutal aggression is the spirit of today’s Behemoth. When I got word that Behemoth was releasing an album in apistasy, I decided to give it a chance. One of the best and my favorite aspects of the album and the band is Inferno’s howitzer like drumming.
Well, the album was not totally what I expected.
Write your own review. You can tell they wanted to recreate a purer, rawer apostssy for this album, like they had on Zos Kia Cultus and Thelema.
apostasj Nothing too special about the solos in particular but they are not out of place. The song is creepy and brooding with a large feeling of hopelessness. Behemoth carved a niche of super-epic death metal that verged on spawning its own, unique genre of heavy metal, but this is really step back from that new trail that they could be blazing instead.
I had heard a lot of good stuff coming from Darsky saying that the album was good, and had watched making of videos on Behemoth’s youtube page seeing some interesting things going on in the studio. All songs on The Apostasy, with no exception, deliver so much energy, so much intensity, that it could be difficult for some to listen to this album in one sitting. I should also note apoetasy the duet aopstasy Warrel Dane is quite interesting considering both have very unique vocal arrangements.
Inferno, as always, gives a tight, intense and dismembering performance. The stolid, morose build of “Pazuzu” is good stuff, but many of the remaining songs evade long-term memory, which is a flaw Demigod avoided since its best track was the closer. The bridge with the chorus over it is fucking awesome, and there isn’t a single bad riff in the song.
NoktornFebruary 22nd, Discography Blindead Vader Vesania Azarath. The vocals on Demigod are just horrible and the riffing and composition are not quite up to this level.