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GODÜS
GODÜS
Hell Fuck Demon Sound
(Xtreem Music)
32:03min

Extreme Black Metal from Spain offers this project of WORMED, NÜLL members on their debut CD out now on Xtreem Music. Whereas the influences of such (in)famous acts as DARKTHRONE, ZYKLON B and JUDAS ISCARIOT are obviously present in GODÜS sound something is obviously missing and turns GODÜS not into THE new mediterranean Black Metal sensation, but simply a superfluous, uninteresting band - there is simply no feeling, no fascinatingly dark, hateful aura or atmosphere. This album is musically well performed but rushes by with an undeniably present extremity that is empty and ineffective. In addition to that the info sheet promises a "cold" sound which does not come into being at all during this half an hour. The production is muddy yet not entirely bad, but underlines the over-all impression "Hell Fuck Demon Sound" gives - a half-hearted, extremely mediocre, redundant and replaceable piece of Black Metal omnivorous maniacs might give a chance, but remains far too unspectacular for me. Other Spanish acts like AKERBELTZ or BERSERK are way better! www.godus.cjb.net or www.xtreemmusic.com for additional info and sounds.

Stefan Franke

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