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"Despise the Sun" est un mini-album marquant la fin de la première période de Suffocation, car le groupe se sépare l'année de sa sortie (1998).
Il s'agit aussi du dernier enregistrement death metal de Scott Burns, après avoir tant participé à l'essor du style dès la fin des années 80.

Après un "Pierced from within" éblouissant de technique, Suffocation revient à des plans plus directs et immédiats tout en conservant sa patte en composition. Ce qui explique que le morceau "Catatonia", initialement présent sur la démo "Human Waste" (1991) et ré-enregistré à l'occasion ne dépareille pas tellement à côté des autres titres.

Le poste de batteur a encore une fois changé d'occupant et a accueilli le mercenaire Dave Culross, tout aussi précis et rapide que ses prédécesseurs. On notera qu'il fait aujourd'hui partie officiellement du groupe.

Tous les morceaux sont excellents et passent à vitesse grand v pour ce mini qui ne dure qu'un gros quart d'heure pour 5 titres.
L'éponyme de l'album est sans doute le plus marquant, en raison de son riff principal très représentatif, simple et efficace.
Suffocation mise davantage sur l'agressivité et la vitesse que sur la lourdeur et la technicité.

Avec le recul, on peut spéculer que Suffocation devait être arrivé à un palier et que le split était un mal nécessaire au regain de créativité qui a suivi sa reformation en 2002.
Ce qui est dommageable, c'est la perte de Doug Cerrito dans l'histoire, qui n'a finalement rien fait de marquant depuis "Conquering the Throne" avec Hate Eternal en 1999.
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HASH(0x8db93d14) étoiles sur 5 The band that brought brutality and technicality into death metal! 8 octobre 2012
Par Metalhead74 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I own ALL of Suffocation's albums and EP's. Their first three albums are masterpieces as far as death metal go -period. Stunningly heavy, technical and brutal -not many bands can say they set that benchmark. The Suffo's are responsible for spawning many different extreme metal subgenres including; technical brutal death metal, brutal death metal and my absolute LEAST favorite, deathcore due to introducing breakdowns.

This little gem of an EP is still missing Mike Smith who vacated the drums after "Breeding the Spawn" but retains the original line-up from the 90's. Recorded in '98 but not actually available (whether wide or not) until '02 -there is only one guitar solo on this EP, which is unusual as Terrance Hobbs was a solo genius (think I'm kidding? Listen to their first three albums).

The production is HEAVY, thick and massive. The issues they had on "Breeding the Spawn" was a one time thing, "Effigy of the Forgotten" and "Pierced from Within" have excellent production values overall. This EP has a clear but still thick production and every instrument is clear and makes its mark. Listen to the intro of "Funeral Inception" -I dare you. My opinion: one of the best intros in death metal.

Look, if you've not introduced yourself to Suffocation -just dive right in. This is pure death metal gold -you will get a broken neck from listening to this too much! It's that good -GET IT, you won't be disappointed.
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HASH(0x8db93f60) étoiles sur 5 An underrated/overlooked E.P. 8 juillet 2012
Par A. Stutheit - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Suffocation's second E.P., and fifth release, overall, "Despise The Sun," came out in 1998 (just before the band chose to dissolve/go on hiatus for six years). But listening to it in retrospect, it sure sounds like this short-player is misplaced in Suffo's discography. See, it is technically the follow-up to 1995's "Pierced From Within," since it came out only three years after that full-length. But "Despise The Sun" actually sounds like it could be the long-lost, unofficial follow-up to 1991's iconic "Effigy Of The Forgotten." Heck, this short-player even includes a song ("Catatonia") that was first featured on Suffocation's debut E.P. "Human Waste," which came out only a four months before "Effigy." The band's rhythm section -- composed of Chris Richards' fast, flowing bass, and David Culross' pummeling, double-time drumming -- is, as usual, airtight and capable of busting-up concrete. And frontman Frank Mullen tops it all of with his classic death metal vocal style (i.e. Cookie Monster burping and growling). But without a doubt, the music's focal point is, as always, the guitarists, Doug Cerrito and Terrance Hobbs, who enact savage dogfights -- with both axemen incessantly fighting for the lead, and spitting out miles and miles of insanely excellent and intricate riffage in the process.

"Funeral Inception" begins with a cool sampled clip from the movie "The Usual Suspects" (somebody declares "the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist"). From there, this opening blast quickly becomes a heart-racing, all-consuming onslaught of scalding, Slayer-inspired dual-guitar shredding, pounding bass lines, and blistering blast beats. The onslaught relents when a churning, perfectly-executed hardcore breakdown (complete with two noteworthy bass solos) kicks in around the midpoint...but only briefly. Suffocation continue down this path for the proceeding "Devoid Of Truth," which features a drum solo (in the intro) in addition to the usual avalanche of blistering, churning riffs and machine gun drums. And they also unrelentingly tear through later cuts like the title track, another exhilarating, and uh, suffocating rush of monstrous, whirlwind riffing, funky, clangy-sounding bass lines, and rapid-fire, cymbal-heavy blasting. Track four, "Bloodchurn" is another thunderous, pounding attack of ferocious thrash/speed metal picking and drumming. Some neck-spraining tempo changes are also included, here, as is the use of vocals that nearly verge on pig squeals (near the end). The five-song set ends on a fittingly raucous note with the above-mentioned "Catatonia," which begins as monstrous collage of pounding, churning guitar licks. And in not-too-long, the tune adopts a fast tempo change, catapulting it into breakneck territory with pain-inducing interplay between the guitars (smoking buzzsaw riffing) and drums (tight grindcore blasts). "Catatonia" is also a highlight on account of it featuring the album's only guitar solo -- and quite a ripping and shredding solo it is, too!

"Despise The Sun" is only sixteen and a half minutes long, so it can't really be deemed as essential as, say, "Effigy Of The Forgotten" or "Pierced From Within." But, very much like those two albums, this short-player is a primo piece of the band's world-renowned brand of speed metal-inflected technical deathgrind. Therefore, it should be deemed a highly recommended listen for all newcomers, and an essential inclusion in any fan's collection/playlist.
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HASH(0x8db981bc) étoiles sur 5 Probably the second best effort by NYC's most brutal 3 novembre 2007
Par Zander Haberstaft - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Despise the Sun" of 1998 is as good, second for second, as "Pierced from Within". This five song EP doesn't have a weak moment in it and is produced much like the prior effort by the master of all Death Metal production, Scott Burns. (Okay, the bass end is a little too heavy.) Starting off with the groove heavy "Funeral Inception", Dave Culross (Malevolent Creation, great drummer) drives the song with his super consistent double bass and great feel. But no Suffocation album would be complete without Doug Cerrito and Terrance Hobbs, one of the best guitar duos in metal history alongside Kerry King and Jeff Hanneman, Gary Holt and Rick Hunolt. The riffs are as clever and ever changing as the minute counter on the play button of your CD player.

The tempos most go between the fast double time thrashing and medium paced blast beats but there are a few slower groove heavy parts ("Catatonia") with a little Hardcore flavor (like they're summoning the ghost of the Cro-mags). The bass is kinda twangy and mixed a little lower than most bands would go, but I think it only adds to the character of the overall sound. Frank Mullen's low lingering growl keeps the entire album together.

It is short but is as good as "Pierced" time wise, so it definitely is worth picking up. Too bad they didn't keep Dave Culross, and too bad they didn't stay together during what looks in retrospect to be their creative peak. A quality album recommended to every Suffocation fan and every discerning Death Metal listener.
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HASH(0x8db9851c) étoiles sur 5 DEATH METAL AT ITS ABSOLUTE FINEST. 14 novembre 2002
Par matroy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
After hearing this album, I had to purchase all of the other Suffocation recordings to see how they compare. And frankly, I didn't need to look any further than this e.p. These 5 songs have been stuck in my head for weeks. Amazing production, technicality, and songwriting. You need this!
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HASH(0x8db98738) étoiles sur 5 If You've never heard them- Start Here! 18 juin 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If you love Pure, traditional, no frills or B.S. Death metal......Suffocation is the band for you. This EP is their best music.....i have all of their albums and Despise the sun comes of as the cleanest and most brutal of all their music. All of their albums are good, but if i only could keep one...it would be this one. The vocals are perfect gutteral vocals....not unrealistic harmonized(Bear being gutted), or annoying black metal shreaking. The vocals are the way death metal are supposed to be. The guitars shred with great riffs that are not boring, and make you(force you) to bang your head. They dont play the same riff that sounds like a puddle of mud for 2 minutes straight, nor are they so technical(dillinger escape plan), that it sounds like mess and where there is no harmony or order.....(a note on that) Before you can break the rules of music, You have to know them first...alot of these bands try to be so technical that it kills the enjoyability of the music.Suffocation is right on. They rule, this is their best CD. Take the word of someone who listens to every type of metal and punk out there, from street punk to goregrind to hardcore to crustcore to power and speed metal. This is a must buy. Enjoy.
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