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  • CD (30 décembre 1992)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000000H7I
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EFFIGY OF THE FORGOTTEN

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Par Emmanuel Gautier TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 21 juillet 2012
Format: CD
Pas grand-chose à ajouter au commentaire précédent, tout y est dit avec clarté et justesse.
Si ce n'est que l'album mérite LARGEMENT cinq étoiles quand on voit l'impact qu'il a eu sur la jeune scène death metal: c'est simple, tous les groupes de death brutal et technique d'aujourd'hui peuvent se réclamer de ce morceau d'anthologie et intemporel, qui constitue une influence majeure du death moderne aux côtés des premiers Morbid Angel, Death, Cannibal Corpse, Deicide, etc.
Il est d'une densité et d'une profondeur incroyables, qui vont bien au-delà du premier ressenti qui rebute tout néophyte par sa brutalité inédite et rarement égalée. Plus bourrin, plus rapide, plus précis, plus technique que la moyenne des albums death de la prolifique année 1991, il a permis au genre d'éviter de s'enliser par la suite dans la répétition du schéma classique et éculé qui en a fait sombrer plus d'un.
En 8 titres et 35 minutes et des poussières, la bande de Frank Mullen flanque une raclée à toute la communauté des deathsters, laissant une marque indélébile dans l'histoire du metal extrême.
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2ème galette pour Suffoc' (après le EP "Human waste"), qui impose sa griffe dans l'univers du death. L'album est doté du meilleur son metal de l'époque, produit aux fameux Morrisound studios à Tampa par le pape de l'époque, Scott Burns ze producteur du début des années 90's, qui coacha Sepultura et même Loudblast, mais surtout toute la clique floridienne désormais célèbre: Cannibal Corpse, Malevolent Creation, Atheist, Deicide et consort...bref la crème...
Le son est donc bien puissant pour l'époque, la double grosse caisse caracole en tête allègrement, et entraîne les grattes dans un festival de riffs bien saignants et techniques: tous les plans y passent, accélérations ultra brutales, breaks, plans lourds...la moulinette death dans toute sa splendeur.
Mais Suffoc', sous leurs airs de bruttes épaisses, se démarquent du style "thrash/death" dominant (ne pas oublier que nous sommes ici en 1991!!!), et même du modèle cannibalien, pour imposer leur marque de fabrique, qui sera largement pompée par la suite. Frank Mullen excelle dans son rôle de beugleur de service, tant ses éructations profondes et graves nous sont servies avec une déconcertante facilité.
"Effigy of the forgotten", pose les jalons du "brutal death", et annonce le génial "Pierced from within" (ou la prestation technique du groupe est hallucinante), avant que le groupe n'entame son chant du cygne avec son ultime EP "Despise the sun", avant de splitter.
"Effigy..." est même devenu quasi collector puisque son édition originale est devenue quasi épuisée et introuvable.
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HASH(0x9a38227c) étoiles sur 5 heavy stuff, grows on you, then you're addicted 20 mars 2001
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Format: CD
I consider this as among the top 5 metal album I have listened to. I don't really know how to review it in technical terms and I'm lazy to try, so I'll just describe it in a few simple words: I'll kill if this cd is taken from me.
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HASH(0x9a3826e4) étoiles sur 5 I like Pierced from Within slightly more . . . 21 mars 2002
Par Muddy Moe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
But this is still about as good as brutal death metal gets. "Pierced" sounds a little more polished to me, not only in production, but in songwriting. And "Pierced" has a little more variation in songs. But "Effigy" is still more or less essential if you're serious about Death Metal.
Mike Smith's drumming is creative and excellent and the Hobbs and Cerito twin guitar attack may be my favorite in the whole Death Metal genre. Mullin's vocals are almost impossible to decipher on this album (not so on "Pierced"). However, he is probably my favorite brutal DM vocalist overall.
The cool thing about Suffocation is that repeated listenings reveal a little more detail. There are always hooks and changes in the songs that keep jumping out at you, which is what seperates this band from some of the "sonic sludge" you get in a lot of extreme metal.
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HASH(0x9a382708) étoiles sur 5 Get me a cigarrete 28 octobre 2004
Par against_the_radio_and_mtv - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Geez, what a pleasure. Is Suffocation. The Grandfathers of GOOD Technical Death Metal. By many considered their best and my personal favorite. Guitar Solos that kill the speakers. Heavy AS HELL Riffs. A drummer that kicks an ALMOST INFINITE amount of a$$ and a vocalist that has one of the best growlings in the business. Suffocation delivers top quality music (You guys know that anyway. If you are here, you are not one of those ignorant douche bags that can't come up with something other than a lame "This is just noise" comment)

This is the stuff that must be played in the cars. This is the stuff that must be played in the radio. I don't know you, but any time I can, I deliver some Suffocation into the ears of my friends (Although I stop when they began praying for their lives).

They have said a bunch of times but I gotta say it too.

IS SUFFOCATION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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HASH(0x9a382a2c) étoiles sur 5 Best band ever. Their best CD ever. 16 mars 2000
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Format: CD
For a first full-length release, I don't think it has ever been better, for any band, in any genre of music, in history. That is an objective fact. Suffocation, with "Effigy of the Forgotten", basically solidified their place in metal history with this insane, brutal, beautiful work. To begin with, Frank's vocals on here are his absolute best; they function as a 5th instrument, and are simply amazing. The guitar work of Hobbs and Cerrito is, as always, superb; they have a distinctive writing style that is evident on some of Cerrito's writing for Hate Eternal. Here, it is killer. Mike Smith, as a drummer, is possibly the most precise, tight, skilled percussionist I have ever had the pleasure to hear. His mastery of the double bass intricacies results in a fluid, almost organic display of drumming prowess on this album. This may sound overly flowery, but it is deserving. You will not find a better example of beautifully crafted brutality ever again. Not even Nile and Cryptopsy can touch this one. Do yourself a favor, and buy it.
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HASH(0x9a382894) étoiles sur 5 THE album that defined death metal and inspired all bands after: (4.5 Stars) 20 août 2005
Par 2C - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
What can one say, that hasn't already been said, about the most imitated band within the death metal genre? Suffocation have influenced legions of bands who have came after them; and after 15 years, they have been able to maintain their status as the most brutal band in existence (a direct quote from legendary producer Scott Burns), literally leaving all others in their dust. Furthermore, they remain at the pinnacle of death metal music and continue to be the band that all others seem to aspire to, but can never quite surpass.

With that said, "Effigy of the Forgotten" remains THE defining album of Suffocation's illustrious career, not only for the band, but for death metal as well. Below is my analysis of what makes this album a "must own" for any true fan of death metal.

1) Sheer brutality. As hard as any death metal fan may look, a more brutal album simply will not be found (though "Demigod" from Behemoth is slightly more intense and manages to be a little faster). "Effigy of the Forgotten" is relentless, raw, inaccessible, and brutal death metal to its very core. At the risk of resurrecting and tired and overused cliché, I must say that if one were to look for the meaning of death metal in the dictionary, "Effigy of the Forgotten" would be the album referenced in such a definition. It contains all of the elements which characterize death metal: (a) growling and indecipherable vocals which will amaze the listener that a human being could maintain such a prolonged assault on the vocal cords - Frank Mullin is truly a gifted death metal vocalist, (b) sheer speed which never lets up, and (c) down-tuned guitars played with a precision technicality that could split hairs (solos included).

2) "Effigy of the Forgotten" manages to highlight the talents of the band members to the nth degree. All of the individuals who make up Suffocation are truly accomplished musicians, and should serve as a reference for any death metal fan seeking to defend the genre against attacks aimed at stereotyping extreme metal musicians as lacking talent and capitalizing on nothing more than simple power chords. Suffocation is truly a band of accomplished musicians...period! As a matter of fact, it was Suffocation who defined an entirely new subgenre of extreme metal now known as "brutal technical death metal," and it was "Effigy of the Forgotten" which served as the album that launched this brand of music to all who would dare to listen. Of course, fans know that this music caught on in the death metal underground, and placed Suffocation in their rightful thrones as the kings of an entire genre. Nowadays, it seems that, not only is Suffocation the most emulated band within extreme music, but they seem to be the most referenced as well, as evidenced by countless reviews of other death metal bands/albums comparing them to Suffocation.

3) Perhaps the best compliment I can pay to the band in this review is the fact that "Effigy of the Forgotten" is an enjoyable album to listen to (if you love extreme music). I often find myself listening to the album in its entirety when I decide to place it in my CD player. One thing I want to elucidate; however, is that "Effigy of the Forgotten" is an extremely brutal album. Anyone who is new to death metal and looking to purchase an album to orient him/her to the genre may want to look elsewhere initially, as "Effigy of the Forgotten" is not an easy album to listen to if one is not familiar with the stylings of death metal. However, to any true death metal fan, "Effigy of the Forgotten" is the quintessential album to own, and should be on the shelf of anyone who calls him/herself a fan of extreme music.

As is typical of my reviews, I must point out that no album is perfect. And "Effigy of the Forgotten" does have a flaw - minimal variation and uniqueness between songs. Many of the songs on the album, though very good, sound similar to one another. This is unfortunate, because such a flaw is egregious, especially for a band as immensely talented as Suffocation, and therefore serves as the basis of my deducting ½ star and not giving the album a perfect rating. In addition, the similarity among the songs serve as the primary reason I listen to the album in its entirety without giving preference to a single song. Though collectively, "Effigy of the Forgotten" plays as an outstanding album, unfortunately there is no single song (or songs) that stand out. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that all of the songs sound exactly alike, as enough variation does exist for a fan accustomed to death metal to differentiate between songs. Despite this, each song fails to have it's "signature stamp" which will make it immediately recognizable upon initial listening. However, I feel that it is worth noting that with the later release of "Pierced from Within" Suffocation proved they can write insanely brutal songs and retain the uniqueness, distinctiveness, and variation among each song that makes an album truly great.

In conclusion, despite the obvious flaw I most definitely would call "Effigy of the Forgotten" a "must own" album. As I mentioned before, it is the album (and Suffocation is the band) that launched the brutal death metal movement that has become so emulated within the last decade. Suffocation are truly the kings of death metal, and are likely to be for some time to come.
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