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Infernal Warriors of Death

Blaspherian - Infernal Warriors of Death

Death metal from Houston, Texas which started in 2004. This is actually their first debut, though previously they released some demo’s, splits, and EPs. Though I don’t listen to much death metal these days I would have to say this album is pretty good. 8 songs for a total of about 36 minutes of heavy and evil death metal. It ranges from slow to fast, with a old school type feeling to it. I like the guitar work on this album. Many good riffs, specially on my favorite song of the album, ‘Exalted in Unspeakable Evil’. There are no solo’s in this album, but that’s no big deal. The album flows so that you don’t even think about it. The drums are descent, I heard no flaws. Nothing extremely technical or insane, but still good and complete sounding. The only complaint I have with this album is the vocals. Which sound too mediocre to me. They should have made them more evil or demonic sounding. That would have made the album a step above what it is now. But once again that just my opinion. The production has a good raw sound, which I think is imperative for death metal. Also, no keyboards used at all. Overall, this is a good death metal album for the year 2011. Way better then the latest trend of this genre. I would buy it. So my review being for a death metal album would give this a 7.



1. The Disgrace of God

2. Desecration Eternal

3. Sworn to Death and Evil

4. Lies of the Cross

5. Infernal Warriors of Death

6. In the Shadow of His Blasphemous Glory

7. Invoking Abomination

8. Exalted in Inspeakable Evil



Joe Necro – Guitars

Matt Mayhem – Drums

Wes Infernal – Guitars

Lord Apollyon – Vocals

Misanthrope – Bass

Rating: 7 out of 10
~Subterranean Inhabitant

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