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CORPSE MOLESTATION
CORPSE MOLESTATION
Holocaust Wolves Of The Apocalypse
(Necroharmonic Productions / Bloodharmonic)
66:39min

CORPSE MOLESTATION is one of those mandatory listens if you really want to delve deep into the underworld of bestial Death / Black Metal. I have always considered their short-lived tenure as the continuation of what BLASPHEMY achieved with their "Fallen Angel..." episode. I would even venture to say that the Australians were able to perfect the frenzied wall of noise of their ancestors and bring it to the next level of evil perfection. It is really rewarding to have this band body of work re-released and be able to permeate the younger generations of underground Metal fans on how blaspheme, creepy and utterly raw Metal sound like. This CD conveniently conveys ALL the cult demo recordings on ONE release. Starting with their ripping "Descension Of A Darker Deity" up to their last recorded rehearsal dating back from 1993. No doubt this really deserves the vinyl treatment somewhere along the way. Just by pressing play on your CD player you will feel how darkness, desperation and an adequate dose of hypnotic madness will spread in the room. This is the soundtrack to the end of the world. I find rather useless to elaborate on how CORPSE MOLESTATION sound, I just can say that they were, are and will ever be one of the best band to emerge of the early 90s scene. www.myspace.com/corpsemolestation666. Get one of those CD + shirt deal here: www.necroharmonic.com.

Mario Cubero

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