Review On Nov 16, 2011 by suddendeath666 of Dallas, TX
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Dark and Devastating
The opening of this album is a dark yet beautiful acoustic piece which almost comes off as the calm before the storm. The storm being the death metal fury that is the next 8 songs that follow. As it fades into an overly distorted bassy transition to track 2 The Scourge of Man, It commands you through wave after wave of violent attacking bombardments which at times transform into an aura of dark and doomy passages. Overall a diverse album of devastating music for any fan of Death Metal done in the tradition of the old vein. Hells Headbangers continues it''s campaign of excellence, Releasing the best in underground music.