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  • CD (24 juin 2014)
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  • Format : Import
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Par Emmanuel Gautier TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 9 juin 2014
Format: CD
Pour la énième fois dans sa carrière, Incantation a subi un changement de line-up cette année avec le départ d’Alex Bouks, un membre assez impliqué dans l’élaboration du précédent album. Le groupe se retrouve donc à nouveau sous forme de trio, comme avant 2007.
Kyle Severn a de son côté très récemment quitté Acheron pour se consacrer exclusivement à Incantation.

On constate avec plaisir que ce Dirges Of Elysium ne s’est pas fait attendre et que le groupe semble avoir repris sont ancien rythme de croisière d’une sortie toutes les années paires.
N’y allons pas par quatre chemins : voici un excellent nouvel album dans la disco déjà fournie du combo américain.
Le son est quasi le même, la formule n’a pas changé mais n’en est que plus efficace.
Le temps semble ne pas avoir de prise sur la bande à McEntee, qui cultive le même death metal aux colorations doom depuis plus de vingt ans sans broncher ni défaillir.
Ce disque reprend la recette à l’identique, assenant l’auditoire de riffs puissants et sombres à faire peur, entre les accélérations implacables alourdies par le double pédalage constant et les plans doom toujours aussi impressionnants. McEntee reste un frontman d’exception, avec son guttural toujours aussi profond et imposant. On a aussi droit à quelques passages de basse bien audibles (à la fin de Charnel Grounds et au milieu de Dominant Ethos notamment).

L’ensemble de ces commentaires peut être plaqué sur à peu près n’importe quel album d’Incantation. Et j’ai envie de dire que c’est ça qui fait leur force.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 the embodiment of death metal 24 juin 2014
Par Donald Roberts - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Incantation may be the last pure death metal band standing today . They have never abandoned their singular goal to create aggressive , hateful underground death metal . Despite numerous line-up changes throughout an awe-inspiring 25 year span, this band continues to improve upon the hellish blueprint that John McEntee created a quarter of a century ago. When Incantation drops a new album , you know immediately what to expect because they are that obstinate and reliable . 2012's Vanquish in Vengeance was an epic comeback album that easily sat amongst the better of the band's works. Dirges of Elysium is no different , if not more violent and darker. The production is top notch adding dimension and clarity to all of the band's instruments , most notably the bass guitar ; it oozes to the surface like a primordial slime. Kyle Severn's drumming hasn't sounded this vicious in years . The guitars are what keep this album fresh , though . Sinister riffs and serpentine solos intertwine with the cacophony of cavernous roars and murky bass lines. Incantation don't create songs that you can sing along to ; they create nightmarish sonic landscapes that conjure images of dread and evil . On the title track , we are treated to Immolation-like guitar wailings followed by a vicious assault called Debauchery . The 16 minute closer Elysium , anti-climatic as it may be, closes the album out properly . Nothing on this album is unpredictable from Incantation , yet it comes across as fresh . Dirges is just as bloodthirsty as Diabolical Conquest, as calculated as The Infernal Sorm and just as slimey as Mortal Throne Of Nazarene . This one won't be remembered as their best album but it is a testament of just how timeless, influential and enviable Incantation are in the annals of death metal history. Like an ancient mythological beast released from a cave, Incantation return to assault , eviscerate and then toy with what's left of you and your ravaged ear drums .you've been forewarned !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Incantation answer your prayers with another killer album 1 juillet 2014
Par A. Stutheit - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Incantation's 2012 album, "Vanquish In Vengeance," was the New York-bred death metal group's first recording of all new material in six years (as their last new album before that, "Primordial Domination," was released all the way back in 2006.) But even if album number nine, 2014's "Dirges Of Elysium," cannot be said to be a true comeback, it most certainly still marks a triumphant return to form for the band. And so doesn't it make perfect sense, then, for "Dirges" to be arguably the band's best effort to date?!

Granted, the album does begin with a terrifically dark and foreboding instrumental piece in the title song, but this is before it really lets rip with two earth-scorching attacks of visceral extreme metal. "Debauchery" is a skull-crushing onslaught of ferocious blasting, thunderous riffing, and evil, possessed-sounding vocal growls. It is also home to a couple of blistering guitar solos, as well. And "Bastion Of A Plagued Soul" is even more brutal still, as it is another earth-scorching deathgrind maelstrom that constantly abuses the listener's eardrums with its murderous, grindcore-worthy blast beats and booming guitar noise. Following these two grindcore-leaning assaults, however, comes "Carrion Prophecy," which is an exercise in a slight bit of tempo variation that opens on a mid-tempo and even borderline doomy note. But fear not, though, because plenty of chugging, muscle-bound guitar licks kick in, taking the song to an elevated (and almost out-of-control) speed where it segues through a catchy gallop to get to an explosively climactic conclusion where buzzsaw riffing and disturbing death metal bellowing run the show.

With its epic scope and towering, seven-and-a-half minute long playing time, "From A Glaciate Womb" is a wonderful album centerpiece, and far-and-away better than anything heard thus far. It begins by sounding ominously mid-tempo, with a brooding vibe and lingering sense of impending doom. But it, of course, eventually speeds way up, maxing out intensity levels with breakneck picking and drumming. The song then goes back over this slow-fast build-0up a few times, thus concocting a terrific contrast and juxtaposition -- and each time it does this is just as intense and nerve-frying as the last. Next comes "Portal Consecration," which finds a brief harmonic intro being smashed to bits by ensuing riffs and monstrous vocals. But even still, despite this briefly devastating death metal respite, "P.C." remains a mostly mid-tempo and ominously brooding piece. But hold on to your buts, because a fast tempo change (that launches the listener into frenetic picking and drumming) kicks in later on, and it is nothing short of breakneck! Top it all off with a climactic, Slayer-esque careening-shred solo, and the end result is a mini, mid-album epic.

"Charnal Grounds," which opens with another skin-crawling, doom metal-derived breakdown, and closes with a somber-sounding bass solo, is another highlight. And two other more unforgettable moments include the frenetic, hold-nothing-back blast of insane, bludgeoning death metal (played at blinding, grinding speeds) in "Impalement Of Divinity" (which is propelled forward by a flurry of warp-speed riffing, blasting skins, and hoarse-throated growls occasionally punctuated by shrill, black metal-esque shrieks); and the barreling speed, corrosive main groove, steady bass work, pummeling thrash beats, and totally-off-the-rails guitar soloing that pepper the mix pretty much all throughout "Dominant Ethos." And as if the second of these two songs weren't already awesome enough, it is also further highlighted by a cool, three-second long drum solo near its end.

But it all seems like mere poppycock when compared to what comes next: "Elysium (Eternity Is Nigh)," the album's obvious high point. Clocking in at sixteen-and-a-half minutes in length, this epic begins by descending from a dramatic mid-tempo march to even slower territory (with doomy peaks and bass-aided valleys) where momentous, reverberating, doom-soaked power chords and ringing drum beats do battle against killer (if still mostly intelligible) death metal vocal stylings. From there, the song does pick up a little speed and energy, but nevertheless remains a subdued and involved piece for the vast majority of its playing time. And following an up-tempo stretch (with chunky, serrated chug and churn riffs), "Elysium" again delves right back down into Autopsy/Grave-worthy doomy death metal, with groovy bass fills complimenting sustained, reverberating power chords. The number never fully explodes into Incantation's usual wall of blistering death-grind madness, but that is part of what makes it such a big standout -- well, that, and the fact that it is one terrifically expansive and sprawling closer whose latter half is largely instrumental. (Indeed, the band opt to let their instruments do most of the talking, here, thus helping to further the track's undeniably epic feel.)

It serves as the mere icing on the cake that is "Dirges Of Elysium," an already decadently sweet offering. Or, to word it more literally, this is a masterful extreme metal album, likely one of Incantation's finest hours, and an irrefutable shoo-in for 2014's end of the year top-five list.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Death Metal as it should be! 5 septembre 2014
Par GuitarAlchemist1777 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This band Incantation is getting better with age. They're the embodiment of death and the culmination of darkness. One of the best Death Metal releases this year! Keep the cauldrons boiling!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of the few death metal bands that you can ... 5 janvier 2015
Par countess bathory - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
One of the few death metal bands that you can buy any of their records blindly and know you are getting quality! A must get for Metalheads! \m/
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 8 juillet 2014
Par bobby vasquez - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
One of the best death metal band I ever heard...
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