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Par Vincent VZT MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 8 février 2014
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deicide m'avait surpris avec le très léché the stench of redemption, qui voyait l'arrivée de ralph santolla aux soli. et puis le soufflé est retombé avec le fade till death do us part. un album que je trouve terne, mais bon, ce n'est que mon avis! to hell with god a remonté à nouveau le niveau et puis déboule ce nouvel album...
alors, où en sommes-nous dans ces montagnes russes revisitées par les joyeux deicide? eh bien nous sommes encore en haut, mais la tête en bas, tout retournés comme sait si bien le faire nos apôtre du metal de la mort!
le départ de santolla ne dessert pas ce disque tout entier dédié à la rythmique pure et dure. les soli de kevin quirrion (le petit nouveau) ne sont pas dans la veine de son flamboyant prédécesseur, mais ils ont la qualité d'être plus concis.
d'ailleurs, avec In the Minds of Evil, deicide revient à une formule plus catchy avec des morceaux courts et efficaces. le son est assuré par le producteur jason suecof qui a su donner un son clair et puissant aux floridiens.
bref, ce disque pourrait bien faire partie des indispensables de la discographie de deicide. attendons que le temps et les fans rendent leur verdict!
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Tout d'abord je ne suis pas un fidèle et ultra fanatique de Deicide mais depuis quelques temps déjà je suis les derniers efforts du combo DEATH old school de Mister Benton. C'est depuis leur " Till death do us a part " que leur death me nettoie les tympans et franchement cet opus m'a bien calmé.

Alors que dire de cet ultime calotte , déjà le son lui est énorme ! production titanesque , les guitares sont claires et puissantes, la batterie est omniprésente et monstrueuse de clartée , pour ce qui est du chant " Growl " trou de chiotte de Mr Benton, il est parfait. Pas trop en avant, carré et brutal.
Cela m'a surpris d'entendre un son si propre et moderne , mais vu que le gazier aux manettes (branché all stars bands : Trivium , Devil driver...)ne soyons pas étonnés. Mais attention point de son Metallique ici ,le traitement sonore affute parfaitement la violence dégagée en 40 minutes , morceaux simples et efficaces , dans la pure tradition Deicide. Toujours de gros riffs destructeurs agrémentés de quelques solos bien ficellés envoyés en pleine tronche ! La pieuvre Mr Steve Asheim exécute ses beats-blasts comme un forcené sous amphèts ,déroulant breaks et roulements à gogo ( curieusement cela m'a fait pensé au jeu du drummer de Mastodon )le tout malmené par une double pédale in-humaine. Les compos sont carrées et brutales, pas de frioriture, point d'expérimentation , du bon vieux Death mais cette fois servit par une prod titanesque.
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ce deicide est sympa mais ne m'a pas transcendé. Ca demeure un bon album de death metal. A posséder si vous êtes fan du groupe.
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Un excellent album, le meilleur depuis The Stench Of Redemption !
Benton n'a pas dis son dernier mot, il faut toujours compter sur Deicide.
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HASH(0x9837563c) étoiles sur 5 Thank You, Jesus 25 novembre 2013
Par Randall B - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Deicide's 11th album is a worthy addition to anyone familiar with the band's prior releases, and anyone who enjoys the death/extreme metal genre. Glen's vocals are raw and straight-forward on this album--clear, intensely hostile, yet discernible. I do miss his legendary "demon shrieking" as it used sparingly on this album. The drumming is top-notch, as always, and the guitars are notably impressive; attentive ears will note influences from Slayer, early Metallica to Morbid Angel. The song "Trample the Cross" has guitars akin to Trey Azagthoth--a tough feat to achieve. "End the Wrath of God" is a ferocious song that closes the album well. "Godkill" will be a gift to classic thrash metal fans, while the title track opens the album with the overall best song. Aside from a song, or two, that will not make it to my playlist, and the sparse shrieking vocals, I have nothing else negative to say about this album. If you have enjoyed prior Deicide albums, then be assured you can safely add this aural gem to your collection. If you are new to Deicide, you are lucky to start your listening journey with one of the better albums in their discography. Here is hoping more albums are on the horizon, especially with the current line-up.
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HASH(0x98375690) étoiles sur 5 "DARK, DEMONIC, DEICIDE!" 16 janvier 2014
Par EVLROB - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
THIS WILL BE A QUICK REVIEW: THIS ALBUM'S SOUND IS ALONG THE LINES OF THE STENCH OF REDEMPTION AND TO HELL WITH GOD. THE MUSIC IS FAST, BRUTAL, AND STRAIGHT UP EVIL, WITH LYRIC'S STRAIGHT FROM HELL! GLEN BENTON'S VOICE IS HEAVY AND RAW AND IS MOVING SLIGHTLY IN A NEW DIRECTION FROM EARLIER ALBUMS, BUT HE IS STILL KILLER NEVERTHELESS! AND THE GUITAR AND DRUMS ARE TIGHT AND BRUTAL AS ALWAYS. "IN THE MINDS OF EVIL" IS A TAKE NO PRISONERS IN YOUR FACE METAL ONSLAUGHT THAT WILL VAPORIZE YOUR SOUL! THIS IS FOR THE HARDCORE DEATH/THRASH LISTENER ONLY.
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HASH(0x9837596c) étoiles sur 5 Another killer release from the masters 12 janvier 2014
Par Jeremy Brackeen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Tampa's iconic death metal legends Deicide have once again returned to do what they do best, and that's unleash an all out savagely blistering dose of pure unrelenting, blasphemous old school death metal with their 11th studio album "In the Minds of Evil" which is guaranteed to crush and annihilate your sense with intense lethal brutality and annihilation. Picking up where 2011's "To Hell With God" left off, "In the Minds of Evil" shows Deicide moving away from the melodic inclinations of their previous few albums and steering towards the "old school" death metal sound reminiscent of the band's 1992 sophomore classic "Legion", and this album definitely captures that old school feel of "Legion" for sure indeed. This album is just absolutely unrelenting, intense, and viciously awesome from start to finish and shows that Glen Benton and co. continue to better themselves musically with age and experience. The production here on "In the Minds of Evil" is handled by Jason Suecof and his production here is very top notch and it is also dare I say the best produced Deicide album that I've ever heard in my opinion since the Scott Burns era in the 90's. Glen Benton once again delivers yet another great vocal performance on here just like as he did on "To Hell With God". His raw and powerful lacerating lion-like growls and roars are exactly what you would expect from him: Sharp, intense, hostile, commanding, hate filled, yet clear and understandable throughout. His vocals on this album are very slightly reminiscent of classic Deicide albums such as "Once Upon the Cross" and "Serpents of the Light", meanwhile this album also features less of the infamous demonic shrieks that Glen is so well known for which are used occasionally and it allows him to put much more focus and passion into his growls and roars on here. Steve Asheim's drumming is just absolutely top notch as always as he anchors and drives each track throughout with savagely pummeling blast beats as well as some pounding thrash metal style beats (listen to "Godkill" for example), and pummeling waves of double bass kicking throughout. The guitars are also top notch here as well as both Jack Owen and new guitarist Kevin Quirion (who replaces Ralph Santolla) unleash a lethal arsenal of heavy, intense, hot flaming, barn burning riffs and plenty of awesomely wicked, trail blazing and ear shredding solos which are still melodic in nature as well guaranteed to make every single hair on the back of your head stand and your pearly whites grin evily with pure delight.

Album highlights:

Every song on here is a winner, but I don't plan on going into detail on each song, so I'll focus on the songs that stand out the most to me starting off with the album's opening title track which begins with a voice of someone saying "Some men just want to watch the world burn" before jumping out of the speakers and kicking into high gear with an arsenal of brutal chugging, gut punching, barn burning thrash induced riffs, straight forward driving double bass drumming, and hostile roars, plus a nice shredding solo is included as well. Next up, we have "Thou Begone", another favorite which is highlighted by catchy pumping galloping riffage, rolling double bass kicks, and furiously lacerating vocal patterns, plus savagely fast and blistering tempos and some fairly nice winding melodic soloing to boot, meanwhile track three "Godkill" is a real treat for classic thrash metal fans as it is anchored by straight ahead, full throttle pounding thrash tempos along with hot scorching and adrenaline rushing thrash induced riffing and vicious hot tempered roars from Glen, plus some pummeling blast beats which set the build up for some awesomely intense, blazing and shredding solos. Definitely an awesome track for sure. Elsewhere, "Beyond Salvation" is highlighted by a mixture of slow yet menacing and marching, headbanging grooves, as well as furiously rapid fast tempos throughout. This song also features more great catchy riffage and commanding vocals, as well as another great solo being thrown in.

Other highlights on here include "Misery of One" which boasts more malevolent blasting and savage riffing as well as more demonic, lacerating roars and another awesome solo to boot, as well as the Morbid Angel-esque "Between the Flesh and the Void" (which is probably my favorite track on here), "Even the Gods Can Bleed" (which is highlighted by a short winding and wailing opening solo and chuggy riffs before erupting into an explosive onslaught of more furious blasting and fiery, bruising riffs that are bound to just destroy everything in sight). "Kill the Light of Christ" is also another memorable highlight that features a dark and warped intro before going into more dark and sinister riffing, plus more crushing, earthshaking blast beats, and very memorable chorus lines with Glen sounding like he's singing some demented church gospel or something, and the album's final track "End the Wrath of God" which ends the album on a very furious note is highlighted by furiously abrasive, teeth grinding, hot burning riffs, violent full throttle drumming, savage growls and roars throughout, plus a wickedly blistering, and wailing shredding solo section as well.

All in all, "In the Minds of Evil" is yet another killer and worthy addition to Deicide's discography, and in my opinion it is also one of Deicide's very best albums I might add as well as being one of the best death metal albums of 2013, especially in a stellar year where we've seen many great old school death metal releases including those from Carcass, Suffocation, Gorguts, Broken Hope, Immolation, Autopsy, etc. This album is simply nothing short of pure straight up old school blasphemous death metal to the bone, and it shows why death metal fans went nuts for Deicide in the first place. So anyways, if you've heard of Deicide before, then by all means don't miss out on "In the Minds of Evil"...Believe me, it's that damn awesome!!! Strongly Recommended!!!

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HASH(0x98375864) étoiles sur 5 I curse the air you breathe...all men of the cloth ! 26 novembre 2013
Par Donald Roberts - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
2013 has been a stellar year for old school death metal with strong releases from Suffocation, Autopsy, Immolation, Carcass, Broken Hope, Hail of Bullets. Heck, even the new Six Feet Under was one of their best albums. In reference to promoting In The Minds Of Evil, Glen Benton stated that, in comparison to To Hell With God, it was like King Kong taking a s*** on a daisey and that if you like metal but don't like this album then there's something wrong with you. I'd say the latter holds more water than the former. ITMOE picks right up where its predecessor left off, albeit without the shredding riffs of Ralph Santolla. Kevin Quirion is a suitable replacement, though, and his solos compliment the dissonant harmonies of Jack Owen. Deicide intentionally pared down the songs here to give it a more throwback to the old school sound. After a few initial listens, it's easy to dismiss this as leftovers from the THWG sessions but with scrutiny belies a tightly crafted , catchy offering . Glen Benton turns in another great performance that parallels his work on THWG and is slighlty reminiscent of the Once Upon The Cross/Serpents of The Light era. Musically, this album harkens back to the aforementioned albums with a modern dose of Insineratehymn and THWG thrown in for good measure.It took me several listens to warm up to their last album and now I consider THWG one of their best . ITMOE has the same influence of sneaking up on you and then worming it's way into your brain with it's memorable hooks and divebomb solos. The title track jumps from the speakers with Glen spewing forth a Serpents/Legion- esque delivery. Misery of One seems like a mash between Till Death Do Us Part and Scars of The Crucifix with it's thick flow and rapid vocal lacerations. The second half of End The Wrath of God has a solo that would've fit nicely onto The Stench Of Redemption. Standout tracks include the Morbid Angel-like Between The Flesh and The Void and the Slayerish Beyond Salvation. My favorite track is Kill The Light of Christ with its warped intro and memorable chorus lines ; Glen sounds like he's singing a demented church gospel here. Jason Suecof did a great job on the production, giving it the dark vibe of the early Deicide releases. This album is not as venomous as THWG or SOTC but it exemplifies how well-rounded of a band Deicide have grown to be. Personally, I don't miss the Hoffman brothers. Sure, they brought a lot of intensity to the band but the last 3 albums that they contributed to were less than stellar and the band chemistry was no longer there. Deicide may not be as shocking or vicious as they used to be but it's the music that counts these days anyway. True fans of the band will pick up on hints from the entire Deicide discography on this release and that's pretty neat. There's nothing here that is terribly original or progressive but I think that's what the band was aiming for . When I listen to a Deicide album , I want it to smack me in the face and then trample me ; the songs should be short, fast and devoid of indulgent solos and flashy melodies. Much like the first 3 albums , ITMOE strips down the harmonies and solos and let's them lurk in the background behind Glen's lion roars. Deicide may be showing signs of age , but they have never strayed from their singular focus and message : heavy , blasphemous death metal. My only criticism would be that Glen could have thrown in a few more Legion screams and the lyrics could have been more vehement . This album is not as pulverizing as the new Suffocation or epic as the new Carcass but it's an enjoyable metal album. It won't be remembered as their most evil or brutal offering but it stands as a testament to Deicide's conviction and aggression. Well done guys !
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HASH(0x98375eac) étoiles sur 5 Worse than HIV monkeys 18 mai 2016
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Format: CD
Heard these guys in Portland, bought the CD and it's awful. Waste of my money, I'd rather have sex with an HIV positive monkey than listen to this
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