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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (15 mai 2009)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Métal Blade
  • ASIN : B001T1CMTQ
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. The Cross Of Sacrifice
  2. Under A Darkening Sky
  3. No Man's Land
  4. Poison Fog
  5. Drowning In Mud
  6. Passiondale
  7. No Survivors
  8. Behind Enemy Lines
  9. Fallen Empires
  10. Artifacts Of The Great War

Descriptions du produit

Le plus fier représentant du death mélodique hollandais est de retour avec un huitième album qui fait l'unanimité au sein de la presse: 8/10 dans Rock Hard, 5/7 dans Metal Hammer, 11/12 dans Heavy, 14/15 dans Legacy... Probablement leur meilleur opus à ce jour!

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Par orion TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 3 juin 2009
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Un album complet sur la bataille de Passchendaele. Voilà qui allait immédiatement éveiller mon intérêt. Iron Maiden et Sabaton nous avaient déjà narré cette bataille par le biais d'un titre mais un album-concept sur le sujet, chapeau !
Bon, c'est sûr, on est loin des superbes textes de nos merveilleux chanteurs français actuels et de leurs problèmes de cafetière en panne ou de couleur de peignoir. Je schématise ? Oh, pas plus que ceux qui pensent que quand c'est du Metal, les paroles sont débiles, non ?

Donc, revenons à ce concept. La bataille de Passchendaele (rebaptisée "Passiondale" par les soldats anglais qui n'arrivaient pas à prononcer le nom de ce village) a été un des moments forts de la première guerre mondiale, illustrant parfaitement à elle seule toute l'absurdité de ce conflit. 3 mois et demi de combat pour avancer de 8 km. Quel exploit ! Près de 600 000 morts pour rien. Nada. Une boucherie parfaitement « mise en son » par God Dethroned. Car ceux qui connaissent le groupe savent qu'avec God Dethroned, on a droit à un Death Metal, mélodique certes, mais bien carré et efficace.
Côté line-up, renouvellement à 50% dans la mesure où le groupe s'est fait "dévalisé" par ses compatriotes d'Epica après son dernier album (un guitarise et un batteur). Le groupe récupère son batteur d'origine, Roel Sanders et une guitariste, Susan Gerl. Mais le maître d'oeuvre reste Henri Sattler, qui est à la composition de tous les titres, épaulé pour certains par son fidèle lieutenant, le bassiste Henke Zinker.
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HASH(0x98efbfc0) étoiles sur 5 Yet Another Fine Album 29 avril 2009
Par Winter-Fell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Today I purchased the mp3 version of this album and listened to it all day while cleaning the garage (great listening experience, I know). I had already heard the stream on their Myspace page, but this was the first time in decent quality on a good system. The Cross of Sacrifice starts the album off in a very sinister way and breaks right into the blast beats and ferocity of Under a Darkening Sky. Having Roel back on drums is a definite high point of this album. Weesenbeek was no slouch, but couldn't really play the parts live. Back to the album itself, very melodic, but a lot more brutal than the last two albums, even with the inclusion of some awesome clean vocals in Poison Fog and No Survivors. All the songs play as one coherent piece (true to the concept), thus making it difficult to pick standout tracks but I guess Poison Fog, the title track, No Survivors and Fallen Empires would be mine. Lyrically, this is a very dark theme about World War I, but personally a huge interest of mine, so very high marks there. At first I thought this might be one huge blast beat fest, but Roel proves he can do a lot more and gives the songs great variety and texture. Henri and Henk are great as ever and the songs are some of the most original yet from this band. I was kind of worried that GD might be in trouble with the absence of DeLahaye and Weesenbeek, but this sure proved me wrong. I'm not sure if this tops Lair of the White Worm, but it's at least equal. I must admit I do miss DeLahaye's soloing, but aside from that small complaint, I can't think of anything negative about this album. Highly recommended.
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HASH(0x98efc008) étoiles sur 5 An Epic Death Metal Masterpiece 22 septembre 2009
Par Jeremy Brackeen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Wow, this album has quickly risen to be one of my favorite new albums of 2009. God Dethroned's newest release "Passiondale" is an amazing concept album that deals with World War I in 1917, and it's also named after a village which is located in Belgium, where some of the most bloodiest fights and wars took place. The tone of this album is very dark and brutal, it really matches all of the events that took place there. I just got my hands on "Passiondale" on my birthday recently at FYE down in Eau Claire, and I really like it alot. I've been listening to this album almost every day especially on the way to work in the morning, I just can't get enough of it, and I've also been becoming a bigger fan of God Dethroned lately. This is only the second album of theirs that I own, the other one being "Lair of the White Worm" which is an awesome album as well. The lyrics on "Passiondale" deal with the horrors of trench warfare, mustard gas, machine guns firing and ripping through soldiers, etc. The band have also incorporated real war propagandas in cuts such as "Under a Darkening Sky" and "Drowning in Mud", as well as statements from survivors ("Poison Fog") and dead soldiers ("No Survivors") in the lyrics which is really cool, and they add a nice touch. The production of this album is terrific and the band's musicianship is just flat out devastating and amazing to say the least. They also make great use of keyboards in a handful of songs as well. The guitarwork on here is absolutely top notch, the riffs are just heavy, brutal, and sick beyond words, but also melodic at times as well, and there's lots of awesome tremolo picking and some amazing solos to boot. Please keep in mind, that all the guitars on this album were done by Henri Sattler (read the album credits on the back of the booklet for instance). I can sure tell that he put a tremendous effort into writing and performing all of the guitar parts on this album. Mr. Sattler himself also delivers an awesome vocal performance as well, charging and ripping throughout with mean, angry snarls and growls with sheer passion and intensity. Roel Sanders's drumming is just monstrous and off the hook throughout. His blast beats are just wickedly fast, sick, and pummeling, and he also performs excellent straight ahead thrah metal-esque fills, and double bass kicking, but he also knows when to tone it down a bit at times as well.

The Highlights:

Passiondale kicks off with an intro "The Cross of Sacrifice" which features spoken words by Midori Hass-Kayanuma, that leads into one of my favorite cuts "Under a Darkening Sky" which immediately goes into an unrelenting and unforgiving assault of hammering blast beats, sick, vicious guitar riffs, and Sattler's angry growls soon quickly come into play, and there's also a wicked sounding solo, and a great chorus to boot. "No Man's Land" and "Drowning in Mud" are both among some of the album's most brutal and pummeling cuts with the former mentioned song featuring more wild, brutal riffage, mad pummeling skins, visceral vocals, and some wild soloing, and the latter mentioned song being highlighted by a catchy chorus, along with more rapid thrash-like drumming and ripping double bass kicks and some great tremolo picking. Other favorites include "Poison Fog" and "No Survivors" which both feature some additional clean vocals from Marco v.d. Velde. "Poison Fog" is my favorite song on the whole album, for it is highlighted by more pummeling blast beats, savage riffing, and more great vocals and lyrics from Sattler, and we also have an amazingly, majestic and melodic guitar solo which is followed by a fantastic keyboard outro, and they really add to the atmosphere of this song. "No Survivors" is highlighted by of course more sick, wicked machine gun-like blasting, along with more straight ahead thrashing, pounding fills, and brutal, shredding guitars, and wailing leadwork. This song also features some of my favorite lyrics: "Our Last Assault For Victory", "Shattered By Machine Gun Fire", "Bombs Rain Down In Cataracts", "Carnival Of Death". The title track is another one of my favorites that features an awesome melodic guitar and drum intro, which leads into more melodic riffing, slower yet steady paced double bass drumming, and great vocals to boot. Other highlights include "Behind Enemy Lines" which begins with a slow yet heavy riff that leads to an all out battering assault of hammering drums, savage, blistering riffs, and ferocious vocals, and "Artifacts of the Great War" is a terrific closing instrumental that features fantastic melodic guitarwork that is downright tasty and atmospheric.

Overall, there's not even one bad song on this album, they're all great. This whole album is an epic death metal beast to say the least with no fillers whatsoever, and it's also one of the best death metal albums of 2009 that I've had the pleasure of listening to. Anyways, if you're a fan of God Dethroned, death metal, melodic death metal, blackened death metal, or just metal in general, then by all means, you'll definately like "Passiondale". Even fans of thrash and black metal will really like this too. Highly Recommended!!
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HASH(0x97565f30) étoiles sur 5 Destined to become a classic! 26 août 2009
Par Metalheart - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I was amazed at the viciousness of this album from the getgo of "Under a Darkening Sky". All the lineup changes and also a bland album that was The Toxic Touch spelled a recipe for disaster. However, I was optimistic as I had heard some good things about this album. It turns out the sound is amazing, the World War I lyrics of the album are amazing ("Poison Fog" creates some amazing imagery!). The riffs and solos are amazing- the blast beats and tremolo picking that speaks of their more black metal past is back in full force which were sorely lacking on the last album. This is their best album since Ravenous! Can't wait to see them play this stuff live. The Serpent King blew this one away with his flamethrower and into the barbed wire of Passendale!
HASH(0x98efbe40) étoiles sur 5 A Great Album About The Great War 16 mai 2009
Par drgonzo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Passiondale is a concept album about WWI. It is named after a town where some of the bloodiest fighting took place, and has the perfect dark and brutal tone to match those events. The first song, Under a Darkening Sky, opens with a nice cutting riff and Sattler's trademark vocals, and the album proceeds at full speed from there.
The guitarwork and drums are everything you would expect from God Dethroned, and they have added a couple sections with well-done haunting clean vocals. All of the guitar sections on this album were done by Sattler, although in the booklet there is a new rhythm guitarist (she's cute, too).
Lyrically, the album deals with the horrors of trench warfare, mustard gas, machine guns ripping through troops, etc. All of it sounds amazing and there is nothing quite like the way Sattler snarls "Take no prisoners, take their lives!" The band also incorporated real war propaganda and survivor's reports in the lyrics, which is a nice touch.
If you like death metal at all, you should get this album. If you like God Dethroned, you should have it already....
HASH(0x98efcd7c) étoiles sur 5 Welcome back, God Dethroned! 12 juillet 2009
Par M. Rogers - Publié sur Amazon.com
Not a bad album for the most part and the lyrical structure of the songs (along with the musical structure) are perfectly composed for the concept of the album itself, that being of the tragedy of World War I.
The sound of God Dethroned went awry, in my opinion, on The Toxic Touch and I was expecting the same, if not worse, for this album. But luckily I was incorrect in my judgment and it seems as though they have gone back to the brutality that caught my attention years back when I got ahold of Bloody Blasphemy. My personal favorite so far is Poison Fog and if given an opportunity to introduce a metal-lover to the band, I'd choose the same song... But I've gone off course.
Good album, great concept, great band. Be thankful we did not have to endure what took place in 1917.
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