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  • CD (24 août 2009)
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  • Label: Nuclear Blast Records
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Par orion TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 5 septembre 2009
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Vader, le groupe des vétérans du Death Metal polonais, formé dans le milieu des années 80, sort ces jours-ci son neuvième album studio ( je ne parle pas des nombreux mini albums, des compilations et des live).
Autant dire que l'on a affaire à des spécialistes du Death Metal bien primaire. Une longévité, synonyme d'expérience et d'efficacité.
Fraîchement arrivés dans la grosse écurie indépendante Nuclear Blast, le groupe allait-il proposer quelque chose de différent, plus aseptisé, plus commercial (ça y est, le gros mot est lâché) ?
Dès les premiers accords de "Devilizer", les fans sont rassurés. Vader joue du Vader. Pas d'évolution notable. Musicalement, ça dépote sévère et le chant de Peter reste immédiatement identifiable. C'est d'ailleurs ce que l'on peut leur reprocher : aucune prise de risque. Mais, ma foi, quand j'achète un album de Vader, c'est bien ce type de Death Metal que j'ai envie d'entendre.
Mention spéciale aux titres "Impure" et "When the sun drows in dark" avec leurs tempos bien lourds. Finalement, c'est dans ce registre que je préfère le groupe.

Album très court si l'on retire les 2 reprises ("Black Metal" de Venom et "Fight Fire with Fire" des Mets - pas chantée par Peter - deux reprises bien efficaces quand même) et les deux pseudo-intros ("The seal" et "Summoning the futura").
Alors, il y a un DVD live pour prolonger le plaisir.
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Un nouvel album trés bien et toujours aussi brutal,malgré un grand changement dans les membres du groupe. Heureusement Peter le leader et fondateur sait s'adapter car sur cet album, il a tout composé et joué(sauf la batterie. Un album puissant et brutal et une production fluide et excellente. A écouter pour tout les fans de pur death!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Crushing, brutal Death Metal 22 septembre 2009
Par Frank Rini - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Well Vader are back with another cd and what do you get when Peter replaces 75% of the band members? You get Vader!! Most bands would change and Vader chose to remain the same, which may or may not be a good thing, depending on if you're a fan or not. The band opens things up w/Devilizer-which is the slowest song the band has ever opened up a cd with. This is just a mid paced thrasher, that is catchy enough. Next song-Rise of the Undead is pure blasting Vader in all their glory. Blast is exactly what it is a song of relentless blasting for less than 2 minutes. The band has more slower tracks than the last cd Impressions in Blood. A total of 4 slower/mid paced songs and 5 songs of pure blast/grind. Than there are 2 interlude/filler songs which I view as pointless. Really I would much rather hear 2 original blasting songs. So this is a big disappointment for me. Than there are 2 covers Venom's Black Metal and Fight Fire w/Fire, from Metallica. Both songs stay true to the originals and sound great, however I was hoping to hear blast beats thrown in for the Metallica song, but Vader chose to just do an exact replica of each song. I wanted to hear more Vader influence on each song. The packaging/digi pack is great and the dvd is a fantastic live performance from the band. The production on the cd itself is rather crushing w/all the instruments sounding clear and Peter statying true to his vocal style. This is 4 and not a 5 because I am comparing it to fellow countrymen Behemoth's recent Evangelion which tops this. The Behemoth cd is one of this yrs' best and is brutal and epic from start to finish. The new Vader, when compared to the last cd, is missing a little something. I think if the band did not include the 2 filler interludes and made them super brutal songs it may have made a difference. I really have a pet peave about these types of tracks, because to me, it seems like the band just gave up for 2 tracks and wanted to fill space, which is a cop out to me-lazy if you will. Overall this is a quality Vader release that has not left my cd player since last week and I love it, it's just missing a little oomph this time around.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best Vader release since Black to the Blind 26 septembre 2009
Par B. Hanus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
By far, this is the best Vader album since Black to the Blind or Live in Japan. Though, the lineup has changed, you can still hear it's still Vader. I dare to say that changing the band members is the best thing that Peter could have done. I guess there will be a lot comparisons to Behemoth's new CD - pointless in my opinion. Vader plays, I would say, more traditionally, while Behemoth is more extreme right now.
I've listened few times to the whole record, and all I can say is that I've found all the things that I like in Vader's music. No weak moments. Again, the new band members seem to be better suited for Vader's style. Also, the album includes two covers - 'Black Metal' and 'Fight Fire With Fire'. Some may argue that it's not very original, but it's also part of Vader. They've been recording covers since forever, and they've always done it great.
If you're looking for classic death/thrash, this is a must have for you.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another excellent exercise in extremity 14 novembre 2014
Par A. Stutheit - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Coming off of the success of the excellent "Impressions In Blood" in 2006, Vader again returned three years later with another rip-roaring, pain-inflicting exercise in excellent extreme metal with "Necropolis" in 2009, the group's eighth full-length effort from the studio. Lean but mean and ever-so punishing, this ten-piece set might clock in at only a grand total of thirty-three-and-a-half minutes in length, but it is nevertheless an enormously enjoyable and eminently unforgettable affair.

Making the utmost out of a rather scant playing time, Vader have sure mastered the art of leaving a lasting impression. And they display this talent in each and every last second of the eight proper songs presented, here. Indeed, the two atmospheric, mood-enhancing interlude-like tracks aside, the onslaught remains a relentless, inexorable, and truly smoldering one all throughout the album, with riffage that is thoroughly excellent, as is the band's surprisingly technical solo talents; and drumming that is (more often than not) quite mind-blowing.

Blasting off straightaway with a rapid-fire drum intro before grooving into blistering death-thrash-dom laden with locomotive riffing, blistering drumming, ripping solos, and deathly, frog-throated burping, opener "Devilizer" sets the stage pretty darn well for the rest of the album to follow. And follow it up in strong fashion it does, too, as the ensuing second track, "Rise Of The Undead," is a positively crushing riff/blast-fest from front to back. Ripping with a vengeance, it spits out gobs of racing, whooshing guitar leads, pummeling, grinding blasts, and brutal, near Cookie Monster-esque vocals like they are going out of style. "Rise..." might have really catchy choruses, too, but its main attraction, however, comes in the form of an epic trade-off solo section where the band drop five blistering, chaotic-shred solos in all. (As such, it manages to be a nice homage to Slayer without coming across sounding like a blatant imitator.)

"Never Say My Name" might be an only two minute long blast, but it still cuts awfully deep, what with its blustery buzz/chainsaw riffing, thundering blast beats, foundation-shaking rhythms, and ripping, shredding solo runs. But as good as it might be, it is immediately almost overshadowed by song number four on the record, the very, very aptly-entitled "Blast." Playing like a virtual drum orgy, it is one-minute and fifty-one seconds of ferociously mind-boggling and skull-pulverizing death/grind blasts. But of course, all of this blasting is also augmented by fiery riffage and a pair of careening guitar solos, too.

"The Seal," a terrifically disturbing and skin-crawlingly ambient interlude, might initially seem a bit out of place on the album; but in retrospect, actually comes across as a perfect centerpiece to it, as it breaks up any notion of monotony really well. And immediately after it winds to a close, the meaty and satisfyingly muscle-bound "Dark Heart" revs up the engines again, stirring things up with machine-gun fast chugging and tight and precise thrash beats. And, of course, it also drops in another epically blistering trade-off solo section, too.

Of the four tracks that remain at this point in the record, one of them ("Summoning The Futura") is a dark and shockingly melodic interlude much in the same vein as "The Seal" (described above). And the rest of them are rip-roaring death/grind bludgeons, beginning with "Impure," a steady beating with a couple of ripping solos and meaty, churning main riff that almost sounds like it could have been lifted straight off of many-a-Morbid Angel effort. And elsewhere, the appropriately-dubbed "Anger"(which is highlighted by some catchy vocal patterns and wild, Slayer-ish soloing), and "We Are The Horde" are two other total crush-a-thons backed by a blistering interplay between the mercilessly airtight and jackhammer-fast grindcore blasting and huge, fiery riffs. And finally, the set comes to an appropriately-dramatic close with "When The Sun Drowns In Dark," which is one last densely technical, dark, and relentlessly pounding/punishing scorcher of a song.

So, again, it is definitely quality, not quantity, that is what matters to Vader (and should matter to you) on "Necropolis." Playing like the audio equivalent to an awesome roller-coaster ride, this album thrill-a-minute album doles out more memorable parts than the listener can care to count. It is a thoroughly enthralling and wholly satisfying affair, and one that probably takes the prize for being the Polish extremists' finest hour this side of 2000's "Litany."
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another powerful release from Poland's premiere Death Metallers... 22 septembre 2009
Par CoDemos - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
VADER once again impresses with their newest release "Necropolis". From start to finish it's a true showing of what a Death Metal band should put out...a brutal beat down full of memorable riffs and outstanding solos along with hammering bass work and machine gun drumming...and like any other VADER album it's all here in full effect. The cd starts off with "Devilizer" the traditional VADER beat down at break neck headbanging tempo follwed by the memorable chorus filled "Rise of the Undead" with every other track "Never Say My Name", "Blast", a brief intermission "The Seal", the outstanding "Dark Heart" and the slower chuga lug and catchy "Impure" then the epic "Anger" hits after another intermission "Summoning the Futura".....and it all ends with "When the Sun Drowns in Dark" a slowed down more melodic VADER approach right after the masterpiece "We Are the Horde" extra tracks being 2 covers that beat the utter pants off the originals Venom's "Black Metal" and Metallica's "Fight Fire With Fire" which both sound as I aforementioned much more powerful than the originals....I got lucky and scored the European "Blood Pack" edition which has early versions of songs "Rise of the Undead" and "Impure" which are welcome editions to this already awesome cd....VADER once again have impressed and released a truly powerful metal album with "Necropolis" one that will not dissapoint old fans or new fans alike....this is easily my fave album of 09' thus far and will be a tough one to top....5 stars well deserved and probably VADER's best work in over a decade...excellent release from one of the best and hardest working metal bands in the world!
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good buy on a Vader CD 21 juin 2014
Par Scott Hedegard - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Vader are one of death metal's finest bands, consistently brutal but musically challenging at the same time. Plus, a little heavy thrash elements don't hurt anything, either. Think of Exodus, especially latter day stuff, and you'll see how easily the lines between the hardest thrash and death are crossed.
These Polish marauders take no prisoners, as if punishing Earth for all the undeserving jokes over time. Along with brethren Behemoth, you will not be making any jokes at this outfit's expense.
"Necropolis" is from 2009, and not very expensive, either. Like the other Vader material, no real surprises emerge, but neither are we disappointed. Like AC/DC, Motorhead or Kreator, all of whom who know their strengths and stay with them, Vader present probably the best death metal in Europe. While "Litany" may be the most vicious album of their long career, there is no danger of Vader ever pulling a "Black Album". There simply is no middle ground - be a fan or be a casualty.
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