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Malevolent Creation - Doomsday X
Face it, every (death) metalhead has heard of the band Malevolent Creation, or even seen them live. I have none of their albums, but I have been confronted with them live a couple of times and I always enjoyed what I saw. Itís a band that had, just like Napalm Death, many line-up changes, and a legendary status. This year they released their tenth full length; Doomsday X.
 
The verdict for this album is quite simple probably. If youíre into death metal you probably like this band anyway. Itís fast, itís brutal, itís technical, and it grooves. What more do you want, well except for melody then, but thatís gay anyway haha! Malevolent Creation surely isnít reinventing the wheel on Doomsday X, not even their own wheel of death/thrash, but one canít say itís a bad album at all. There are no irritating or boring moments to be found here, which makes this record a great listen.
 
Well for fun Iíll add some facts about this record, which I doubt have any impact on your decision whether or not youíre going to buy this album. Thereís a guitar solo from Mick Thompson from Slipknot (thatís number seven, for all you true death metal heads out there that didnít know yet) on the track ĎDeliver My Enemyí, on drums there is long time drummer Dave Culross who already left again, and on vocals we have long time singer Brett Hoffmann. Convinced?
 
So nothing new from these legends, but nothing disappointing either. If you like to rock out to some groovy and blasting death metal tunes, be sure to pick this up asap.
Malevolent Creation - Doomsday X
78/1001Details Massacre Records
Released on Friday Aug 24th, 2007
Death Metal

Writer @DemonDust on Tuesday Oct 2nd, 2007

Tags: #Malevolent Creation
Tracklisting 1. Cauterized
2. Culture of Doubt
3. Deliver My Enemy
4. Archaic
5. Buried in a Nameless Grave
6. Dawn of Defeat
7. Prelude to Doomsday
8. Upon Their Cross
9. Strength in Numbers
10. Hollowed
11. Unleash Hell
12. Bio-Terror
Line up Jon Rubin - guitars
Phil Fasciana - guitars
Dave Culross - drums
Jason Blachowicz - bass
Brett Hoffmann - vocals
Malevolent Creation, Vomitory, Ditchcreeper - Doomsday X Tour
Malevolent Creation, Vomitory, Ditchcreeper - Doomsday X Tour
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