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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (12 avril 2012)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD+DVD
  • Label: Listenable
  • ASIN : B0002H2VO4
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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2CD Re-Release

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Par Un client le 3 décembre 2004
Format: CD
Voilà le nouveau visage de la musique extrême ! Après un MCD prometteur, les Australiens nous sortent un album très, très bon, aux sonorités à la fois nouvelles et anciennes. Si le chant se rapproche plus d'un ton très Death, la musique, en revanche, est très carrée, violente, et offre un aspect tellement lourd et pesant qu'elle vous prend aux tripes à chaque fois... et ce dès les premiers riffs de "Erebus" jusqu'à la fin. Quelques passages plus calmes viennent soulager nos tympans, mais ils ne durent généralemnt que quelques secondes... avant de redémarrer encore plus fort ! En fait, seuls deux interludes instrumentales viennent calmer un peu le jeu, "Senium" est une piste purement atmosphérique, tandis que "Occasus" donne plutôt dans un indus presque bruitiste, renforçant la lourdeur générale de l'album. De plus, le look des musiciens changent vraiment de ceux que l'on a l'habitude de voir dans le milieu extrême : point de supôts de Satan ou de gros barbares culturistes, mais de véritables aliens, avec un rictus figé et un regard vide. Dans tous les cas, Occasus redonne un second souffle à la scène extrème internationale.
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HASH(0x997c85ac) étoiles sur 5 Awesome industrial black / death metal from Australia! 21 mai 2006
Par Ben Stubbs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Well what have we here!!?? For many years now I have complained about the complete lack of quality metal within my home country Australia. With Alchemist standing head and shoulders above the rest for a long time and Disembowelment's "Transcending Into the Peripheral" album still being the greatest achievement by an Australian band even after more than 10 years since its release.

So it came as a rather big surprise to find the members of The Amenta are from Sydney, as I've never heard of them at all. What's even more surprising is that "Occasus" is a huge sounding, heavy as hell slab of industrial death metal. To give you an idea of what The Amenta sound like, I would say that they are a cross between the industrial death metal of Zyklon and the industrial black metal of Aborym, backed up with Dimmu Borgir's operatic extremity and a singer that sounds a bit like the guy from Cryptopsy. If I'd heard that description before hearing the album, I would have expected a fantastic album, and "Occasus" really delivers.

Let's get something straight though before I move on. This is brutal and not for the faint of heart! But unlike many brutal releases, this one has an amazing production that allows the listener to hear exactly what's going on at all times. Some people may have a problem with the triggered sound of the drums, which comes across as very artificial sounding. Personally I think they sound fantastic and they really work within the spacey industrial realm that The Amenta call home.

Also, the band understands the need to mix slower atmospheric sections with their brutality. The second track "Mictlan" showcases this perfectly by following up straight out attack with an atmospheric interlude and a mid paced melodic section, while never losing its way.

I have to be fairly pedantic to find faults with "Occasus', as I'm totally blown away by it, but I must admit that it does get slightly repetitive, and Cessium 137's vocal style, while never losing its intensity, does lack the variety that would push the band into higher accolades.

To conclude this review I would like to send a big "cheers" to The Amenta for proving me wrong in regards to the local metal scene within my homeland. I stand corrected, and look forward to viewing your ascendancy towards to stars which seems inevitable.
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HASH(0x996c1b64) étoiles sur 5 What just happened? 19 janvier 2006
Par William L. Kamerman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album makes me think of the Terminator movie series. If SkyNet was real, and the machines took over the world and exterminated all humans, this would be the soundtrack. Brilliantly and terrifyingly laid out with crushing (and indecipherable) guitar work, eery and surreal synth, drums that tear holes in the universe, and vocals that make you question your existence.

The first time I listened to this album in its entirety, I couldn't listen to anything else for hours after. I just sat there and thought about what had happened, amazed and confounded.

Listen to this, and hear the Amenta shatter the world and nail it back together. If you're into death or black metal (though I think their sound is more exclusively death), you'd be doing yourself a huge disservice by not listening to this album.
HASH(0x996c112c) étoiles sur 5 Razor Sharp Cyber-Death Metal. 19 septembre 2005
Par The Monolith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The Amenta erect a wall of volatile yet controlled sound.

Their bestial yet clinical blackend-industrial death flows

like burning lava yet is constructed from the tightest and most violent outbursts from the back catalogues of Fear Factory and

Cryptopsy.The Amenta are equal parts 21st century mechanical terror and pure soil-from the earth-rage.When The Amenta hit their stride their jagged riffs and manic percussion(programmed) have the potential to draw blood yet at certain moments "Occasus" loses its violent edge. The Amenta are definately no Strapping Young Lad or Aborym yet their highly palpable razor sharp post-modern Cyber-Death Metal will appeal to anybody jonesing for a fix of mechanical misanthropy.
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HASH(0x9955bd38) étoiles sur 5 I can't pronounce the song titles... 22 mars 2005
Par ToothandNail04 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
But what I can pronounce is the word 'incredible,' and this album is nothing short of that. By far one of my top ten albums of 2004, this album consistantly brings out pounding riffs with wonderful black metal vocals. Wow. That is almost all I can say when I listen to this album.

The double bass drum work on this album is a highlight. In just about every song, you can hear the pounding thump-thump-thump of the double bass drums, and it is mastered with such skill and timing that it amazed me. An example of this can easily be found on the first track 'Erebus'

Also, there are many good elements thrown into the songs. Once again, using 'Erebus' as an example, this song has some really cool synth work in it...or at least I think it is a synthesizer. Also the industrial sounds that are thrown into many of the songs really turn this album into something flat out fun and epic, something that should be experienced by all death and black metal fans alike.

I'm not going to say anymore, because, well, I wouldn't want to delay you any longer from purchasing this album. If you like Behemoth's 'Demigod'...you will definately want to check this album out. And if you have never heard Behemoth's 'Demigod,' well then, if you like this, you should like that too. Anywasys...just buy the album.
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HASH(0x9955bee8) étoiles sur 5 The latest dying junkie fixed himself a fatal shot 13 mai 2008
Par Zomnificent - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This was one of the first death metal albums I listened to, bought alongside Behemoth's Demigod and purchased immediately after hearing the opener, "Erebus". Both are brutal albums, but Occasus is more crushing and relentless. This is blackened industrial death, and I applaud the Terminator reference written by an earlier reviewer.

Melody? Demigod has some. Occasus does not. You will get no soaring, wailing solos or acoustic interludes here - the only respite from the Amenta's wall of sound is a cold and mechanical electronic soundscape, ever-present in the background which sometimes emerges to add an unsettling atmosphere of foreboding and terror.

Their new album, n0n, is scheduled to release in 2008. I can't wait.
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