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  • CD (29 mars 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Edition limitée, Import
  • Label: Earache
  • ASIN : B00016W85I
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Disque : 1

  1. The Fury
  2. Three-dimensional Defect
  3. Lying And Weak
  4. Sensual Sickness
  5. The Calling (Insrumental)
  6. The Negation
  7. Long-desired Dementia
  8. The Empty Throne
  9. Lunatic Of Gods Creation

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Avis aux fans de death metal ultra brutal, ne passez pas a coté de ce chef d'oeuvre de bestialité car la bande a SAURON a decidé de calciner bien des cages a miel! La production énorme de cet album accompagné de la performance ahurissante du chanteur et des musiciens au sommet de leur art n'a rien à envier au dernier CANNIBAL CORPSE!!! Riffs de génie, solos titanesques et hurlements surpuissants font de cet album un de mes futures classique... TERRASSANT!
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Comme beaucoup d'autre disques, j'ai pris celui-ci sans être fan du groupe, et là, grosse claque!, je vais me pencher de plus près sur ce groupe....
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Return of Future Death Metal Kings! 10 avril 2004
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Decapitated have returned with an album that will make any death metal fan lick their chops! After 2 excellent albums that helped bring the death metal scene back to life, these young polish lads have once again made an album that will be long remembered in the scene and extreme metal for that matter.
Firstly, this album is a lot better than 'Nihility'. Whilst Nihility was technical, 'The Negation' is more fast paced, heavier, and more to the point. For me, Nihility did lack something, whilst there were some great tracks, there were also some boring ones. The Negation doesnt lack anything! The whole album is a masterpiece. Sauron has improved his vocals a lot! The guitar work from Vogg is also amazing as well. Vitek's drumming is also nothing short of insane, a much bigger improvement compared to Nihility where the drumming was very over produced.
This is sure to be an album that any death metal fan will cherish. You wont be disappointed! The only thing that saddens me about this album is the fact that it only goes for 30 minutes. If only it were that extra 10 or 20 minutes longer! But it doesnt matter because it is still a great album.
There are only a few bands left that are keeping the true death metal scene alive. Nile, Hate Eternal and Decapitated. And as of this point in time, I think its fair to say that Decapitated are leading the way! These guys are still in their early 20's and have made 3 amazing albums, if they can continue this over the next 10 years, they will arguably be the one of the best death metal and extreme metal bands ever!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I CAN'T BELIEVE 23 décembre 2005
Par Grafs - Publié sur
Format: CD
HOW INCREDIBLE THIS ALBUM IS! This album is a welcome step in the right direction for this talented young band. Decapitated's second full-length album, "Nihility", suffered from Decapitated's sophomore slump -- many songs felt lifeless and somewhat monotone. On "The Negation" Decapitated follow-up "Nihility" with an undeniable vengeance. The tracks are more distinct from eachother, and every band member has improved upon previous albums -- especially the vocalist!

"The Fury" explodes out of the gate with machine-gun riffing and crazy double-basswork from their drummer. The album's best cut, "Three-Dimensional Defect" follows, where the band truly show off their incredible musicianship.

"Lying and Weak" is one of the best death metal tracks recorded in the last five years.

All other tracks are really good as well. Decapitated close this album with a killer cover of Deicide's "Lunatic of God's Creation" -- although Decapitated stay true to Deicide's original they manage to improve upon it at the same time.

These young guys seem to be finally coming into their own. The vocals have become much more expansive than their first two full-lengths. Their drummer has been great from the get-go -- it's actually pretty amazing that he hasn't lost a beat, with already many years of aggressive drumming under his belt.

"The Negation" is a better album than "Winds of Creation". Don't get me wrong -- I think "Winds of Creation" is an incredible piece of death metal -- but "The Negation"'s solos aren't as predictable, the vocals are much fuller, and the production is clearer as well.

The only thing that amazes me about this album more than the music on it is many people's apparent dislike for this album. I find it incredibly hard to believe any fan of death metal wouldn't give this album at least four stars, depending on personal taste within the genre. This album convinced me Decapitated is one of, if not the, best Death Metal bands in existence right now --- (yes, this DOES mean that I'm grouping them with such greats as Nile, Opeth, Deicide, and Skinless--for all those of you who know about them).

I can't say it enough, THIS ALBUM NEEDS TO BE PLAYING ON YOUR STEREO, IN YOUR CAR, IN YOUR DISCMAN, ON YOUR ipod...whatever it takes...if you're still reading this review, then I guarantee you'll love this album!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Death Metal Domination 9 avril 2004
Par Total Scumbag - Publié sur
Format: CD
Decapitated dominates and this album is probably the best death metal album of the year so far. Blistering fast drums and intense and technical guitar work and one truly amazing death metal vocalist makes for a killer album. This album is blistering fast moving along sometimes at paces that are unthinkable. Through it all, it is this band's musicianship that puts them above a lot of the competition. Everyone in this band is in their early 20's but even at their young age they are probably one of the best newer death metal bands out there. Other great bands from Poland are Vader and Behemoth.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Exceptional technical death metal 24 juin 2012
Par A. Stutheit - Publié sur
Format: CD
If 2004's "The Negation" is a fairly familiar-sounding death metal album, it is because Decapitated are from Poland, so even if they don't sound similar (which they do), they are, of course, going to draw some comparisons to Polish metal godfathers such as Vader, Behemoth, Lost Soul, Yattering, and Elysium. But the band's influences do not stop there. They combine some Death-like hooks, Cryptopsy-ian groove, and Deicidal vocals with Nile's angularity, Morbid Angel's drumming, and Meshuggah's powerful (poly)rhythms. Add to this Carcass' gory overtones, Hypocrisy's crisp and thunderous production, and occasional Fear Factory-esque chugging, and you've got Decapitated's sound.

But no matter who they sound like, one thing is for certain: On this, their third full-length, Decapitated pull-out all of the classic death metal fixin's. Frontman Wojciech "Sauron" Wasowicz's classic death metal vocals (i.e. gruff, growly barks and bellows) do battle against Waclaw "Vogg" Kieltyka's dissonant yet catchy guitar picking and technical solos, Marcin "Martin" Rygiel's audible, grumbling bass lines, and rapid-fire precision drumming from Witold "Vitek" Kieltyka. (Whose last name sounds familiar because he is brothers with the above-mentioned guitarist, Vogg.)

The aptly-entitled "The Fury" is a crushing opening deluge of blistering riffs, pummeling blast beats, careening solos, and Sauron's Cookie Monster growl. "Three-Dimensional Defect" continues in this vein, with hooky, galloping beats and strong, staccato guitar licks. Two great, ripping guitar solos are included, here, as well. Next after that comes "Lying And Weak," which is about as heavy as a ton of bricks, is backed by rock-solid interplay between its scorching, chainsaw riffing and punishing, machine-gun-fast double-time drumming. All of which make it the probable highpoint of the set. The album's mid-section eases off the gas a tad, and makes it appear that Decapitated are going a little bit soft (or in a softer direction, at least). This point is emphasized with track five, "The Calling," an atmospheric instrumental interlude with foreboding guitar feedback. And its surrounding tracks, "Sensual Sickness" and "The Negation," which despite being backed by the usual Decapitated firepower (i.e. big, fat, pounding riffs, pounding drums, and fiery melodic solos), are two substantially slower, and more restrained and in-control pieces. Back on more familiar ground, the very Dying Fetus-esque "Long-Desired Dementia" motors full-speed ahead as it pounds out catchy riff chunks over blistering drum blasts. And "The Empty Throne" might be another fairly mid-tempo cut, but it certainly is not lacking the least bit of muscle. (Think ample booming rhythms, industrial-strength chugging, insistent double bass slamming, piercing solos, etc.) That is the proper end of the album, but make sure you check out the bonus track ("Lunatic Of God's Creation") included in most editions of the release. After all, it is an excellently-performed Deicide cover, and quite possibly the catchiest thing found anywhere on here.

In all fairness, "The Negation" does not expand upon Decapitated's sound much, nor is it a record that offers many surprises, or reinvents the death metal genre. But surely, whatever points it loses in the originality department, "The Negation" completely makes-up for by being a very good (often bordering on great), completely rock solid, and hugely enjoyable monster of an album. And everybody who's heard it should agree that it at least qualifies as an album that most metalheads definitely ought to consider checking out.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Decapitated - The Negation 11 avril 2004
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Poland's Decapitated are back with THE NEGATION, one of the most brutal death metal releases since, well, the last Decapitated record! These guys are young but play with an energy and passion that is well beyond their years. The drums are tight, the solos and riffs are killer and Sauron's death growl is as menacing as ever.
"The Fury" is a blazingly fast track that opens the CD and features an amazing solo by Vogg. "Three-Dimensional Effect" and the title track are a bit slower-paced (for Decapitated anyway) and Vogg once again pulls brilliant solos out of his bag of tricks. "Sensual Sickness" delivers some stunning riffs and brutal drumming from Vitek. The track features a middle section that is certainly an experiment to the typical Decapitated sound. It is slower and technical but retains the heaviness of a death metal record. "Calling," a short instrumental track, comes out of nowhere with riffs and weird sound effects that most death bands would never DARE put on their record! What Decapitated have succeeded with on THE NEGATION is taking their songwriting up a notch and it is on breaks and tempo changes like this that sets the band apart from the hundreds of other 90s Florida death metal clones.
THE NEGATION is one of the strongest death metal releases in a while. The drumming is top-notch, the guitars are sharp as a knife and the songwriting raises the bar on what is to be expected out of a death metal band. This CD should take Decapitated to the next level and any fan of extreme music is doing him or herself a great disservice by not having it in their collection.
KILLER KUTS: "The Fury," "Three-Dimensional Effect," "Sensual Sickness," "The Negation"
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