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Angel Corpse - Discography

Angel Corpse
Angel Corpse - Discography

Iron, Blood and Blasphemy
Year: 2001
Tracks: 17

Exterminate
Year: 2000
Tracks: 7

The Inexorable
Year: 1999
Tracks: 8

Live In Rome
Year: 1998
Tracks: 4

Goats To Azazel (Demo)
Year: 1996
Tracks: 4

Hammer Of Gods
Year: 1996
Tracks: 9

Nuclear Hell
Year: 1996
Tracks: 2

Soilwork - The Living Infinite

Soilwork The Living Infinite
I have been a Soilwork fan for numerous years, and it was a satisfying wonder listening to this work of art! “The Living Infinite” vaunts an extensive variety of songwriting talents and comes through as very frank in the landscape of the material. If you follow the Soilwork at all, this is no doubt a must-have. It is the physical revival of the band!

Disarmonia Mundi - Mind Tricks

Disarmonia Mundi Mind Tricks
I downloaded this album to my iPhone a few months ago, and all I do is listen to it, over and over again. I believe that Mind Tricks is really that good!

Disarmonia Mundi is an attention-grabbing band. Mind Tricks is basically composed of two Italian guys, Ettore Rigotti and Claudio Ravinale.  Rigotti plays just about all the instruments in the entire group. They got singer Bj√∂rn Strid (Soilwork) to deliver vocals, but really isn’t a permanent member of the group. So they are basically a studio only band. Mind Tricks is really the group's third album, and the second containing Strid. They are considered to be a melodic death metal band, anywhere between In Flames, DevilDriver, and Children of Bodom. If you like melodic death metal then you will certainly enjoy this record.

This record, without hesitation, is one of the top melodic death metal releases by any group. I would put this up against any of the “best of the best” albums. It's fast, hostile, and melodic. It offers awesome musicianship as well as fantastic guitar solos. The vocals are supreme, with plenty of clean screams and growls. I highly recommend Disarmonia Mundi’s “Mind Tricks”.

The Faceless - Planetary Duality

The Faceless - Planetary Duality
Planetary Duality is outstanding. There really isn't one song that I don't like. I find myself listening to this album at least once a month if not more. The only downfall is that it is rather short which kind of leaves you wanting more!