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OBEISANCE
OBEISANCE
666 War!!!
(Old Cemetery Records)
32:36min

“666 War!!!” is the 2012 record from the SARCOFAGO of Texas, OBEISANCE, and the band continues their campaign of barbaric and to-the-point Black Thrash. As usual with this band, you can depend on OBEISANCE to stick to their guns (AK47s). Refer to it as MOTÖRHEAD or AC/DC syndrome, or, “if it ain’t broke, why fuck around with it??” “666 War!!!” is bolstered by a warm and thick analog production, showcasing guitarist Evil Onit’s trademark, roaring Orange amplifier guitar sound and Martin’s blown-out, distorted bass. Furthermore, it’s always welcome to hear Onit’s Kerry King - whammy-bar mutilations and Martin’s Cronos - like vocals. While I didn’t care for the track ‘December 21, 2012’, others, like the catchy title track and especially ‘Ritual Fukkslut’, are for sure going to add tremendously to their already impressive arsenal for the live set. Why Mickey Mouse garbage like TOXIC HOLOCAUST gets all the notoriety and OBEISANCE are still mired in obscurity is one of those paradoxes of the underground that continues to baffle… www.myspace.com/obeisance, www.oldcemetery.org

Dick Osmond

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