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IMPALED NAZARENE
IMPALED NAZARENE
Absence Of War Does Not Mean Peace
(Osmose Productions)
37:16min

IMPALED NAZARENE's seventh studio album shows how variable extreme Metal can be! These guys got an impressive attitude you can hear in every single track. The songs grip you and simply won't let you go - it's as if they said: "We're IMPALED NAZARENE - who the fuck are you?!" Excellent production and each and every track has a great "hit potential"! I simply can't wait for them to come over and destroy the German clubs! And take a look at the song titles: 'The Lost Art Of Goat Sacrificing', 'Hardboiled And Still Hellbound'or 'Humble Fuck Of Death'! I love this album!

Ramon Claassen

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