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NOMINON
NOMINON
Terra Necrosis
(Konqueror Records)
43:55min

Are NOMINON already an established Death Metal band? I think they are after the great "Recremation" release and they manifest this status with their new release "Terra Necrosis". The CD starts with 'Release In Death' which is a Death Metal monster bands like UNLEASHED would be proud of. This mighty riff in the beginning just breaks your neck. Unbelievable! 'Arcanum' is the next song and goes on in this vein with great riffs and the class of UNLEASHED in their debut album days. For sure NOMINON are not the most original band out there but who cares as long as they combine their influences to such a great mix? Basically NOMINON play a great rhythm-based Death Metal you simply can't ignore. Even the 4th song 'Ebola' don't sound misplaced with its obvious hints to MARDUK or DARK FUNERAL, all in all it's great Death Metal, fuckin' tight, provided with a perfect sound and 10 awesome hymns of Death Metal each fan of this type of music will love. All of you out there who already know their older releases, especially their "Recremation" CD will surely buy this one, too, all the others should believe me that this is together with EVOCATION's "Tales From The Tomb" and DEMONICAL's "Servants Of The Unlight" a prove that Swedish Death Metal is still reigning supreme. A must have for all Death Metal lunatics!!! Plastic Head takes care of the distribution in Europe which makes me believe that it shouldn't be a problem for you to find this CD in any good recordshop, the usual bigger mailorders should carry this release anyway. Band contact: www.nominon.com

Thomas Ehrmann

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