Hail Infernal Darkness by DRAWN AND QUARTERED, released 03 April 2018 1. Procession of Pain 2. Genocide Advocacy 3. Hail Infernal Darkness 4. Blood of a Million Martyrs 5. Throne of Desolation 6. Suffer a Traitor's Fate 7. Escape to Cremation 8. Bind, Torture, Kill 9. Nightghoul of the Graveyards "It is a righteous hymn of depravity. Christian Wonderful "classical" or regal death metal. Strong songwriting identity.
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Band: Drawn and Quartered Album: Hail Infernal Darkness Type: Full-length Released: January 3, 2006 Genre: Brutal Death Metal, Death Metal Country: United States (Seattle, Washington) Quality: mp3 320 kbps Label: Moribund Records. Tracklist: 1. Throne of Desolation (Befouling the Scriptures) 6. Nightghoul of the Graveyards.
Band: Drawn And Quartered Video: Hail Infernal Darkness Album: Hail Infernal Darkness Year: 2006 Genre: Death Metal Country: United States Label: Moribund Records. 15 Şubat, 18:36 ·. Herkese Açık.
Hail Infernal Darkness. Album (Studio full-length). Hail Infernal Darkness Torment the children of the light Banish the heresy of faith At the stakes the flames arise. Hail infernal darkness Gaze into the depths of the abyss An empty vessel I have now become Pour black hatred into me. A path alight for the masses Will lead only to slaughter Give praise to death Hail infernal darkness Lead the sheep into the fires Smoke shall blot the sky Give praise to death Hail Infernal Darkness. Testament to human weakness Cowards seek comfort in illusions Wisdom lies occulted in shadow All light is bound to expire.
This album is definitely on the brutal and technical side of the spectrum and there's not much melody to be found here, but that doesn't mean it can't be catchy. Technical and mesmerizing riffs is what this album is all about, not to mention some fantastic solos throughout. Drumming is also a very big highlight here and is what you would expect from an album like this, full of blast beats and double bass. As for the vocals, they're nothing out of the ordinary.