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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (7 avril 2008)
  • Date de sortie d'origine: 1 janvier 2007
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Métal Blade Records
  • ASIN : B000066JF2
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.7 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
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Disque : 1

  1. Epitaph
  2. The nomad
  3. Wolftribe
  4. Whisper
  5. When darkness calls
  6. Torch of war
  7. The code
  8. Lukewarm race
  9. Revelation of black moses
  10. Reign forever world (bonus)
  11. Frozen paths (bonus)
  12. Privilege of the gods (bonus)

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Par Noob le 31 octobre 2012
Format: CD
Aprés l'album Litany qui en a surpris plus d'un, voici Revelations.Un excellent album rapide mais moins hardcore que le précédent,c'est plutôt du lourd et du ultra brutal comme le fait si bien Vader! Un excellent album encore!!
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Le deuxième opus de Vader que je possède après "Necropolis". Un son vraiment bon, des musiciens au top bien que cela manque d'originalité (je préfère "Necropolis"). Du bon Death comme on aime !
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ceci était pour un cadeau de noël, apparemment il a fait mouche. donc je ne peut dire que cela mais content de mon achat.
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HASH(0x8e6fc744) étoiles sur 5 A very worthy inclusion in any death metal fan's collection 15 février 2014
Par A. Stutheit - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
At face value, the fifth long-player from Poland's finest exports appears to be the same as we're usually used to hearing from Vader, with blistering, Slayer-inspired guitars and drums thrashing around with reckless abandon beneath frontman Piotr "Peter" Wiwczarek's visceral (although not overly so) vocal growls. But upon further inspection, 2002's "Revelation" is actually a substantially more groove-oriented effort than 2000's "Litany" was, and even goes so far as to flirt with occasionally restrained tempos. (indeed, whereas that album had grindcore tendencies, this is a piece of pure, straight-up death metal through and through.)

Furthermore, it is also important to note that "Revelation" is more centered around guitar solos than pretty much everything that we have heard from Vader previously. In fact, this release is actually home to some of the all-time best solos in the band discography! Sometimes they remain chaotic and careening, sure, but for the most part, guitarists Wiwczarek and Maurycy "Mauser" Stefanowicz make them much more involved, ripping, and technical -- so much so, that it is not uncommon for them to even verge on being melodic.

Opener "Epitaph" is a catchy energy rev up with a thrashy, chugging main riff. The growly yet simultaneously always intelligible vocals and locomotive drumming then kick in, thus helping the number to gain momentum pretty much throughout its whole playing time. But, of course, an inspiring guitar solo section also aids in this fact -- it is a really memorable, trade-off-section that begins with a ripping, ascending/descending, whammy-tinged solo, and tacks on three more fiery solos after that. And "The Nomad" is the perfect follow-up to it, as it, too, is a steady bruising with a meaty chug and another round of really ripping and air-guitar-able solos that have a surprisingly high amount of melody in them.

All bets are off, though, for the next song, "Wolftribe," a speedy death metal blast that overflows with chainsaw picking, insistent thrash beats, and blistering soloing. And "Whisper" is even more brutalit is an utterly devastating death metal blast fest with a healthy dose of nearly mind-boggling drumming and descending, whammy bar-soaked solos. The vocals are also of particular note, here, as they come courtesy of Adam "Nergal" Darski (and anyone who has ever witnessed Behemoth's music can attest to just how killer this cat's pipes are!)

It is "When Darkness Falls," however, that likely takes the cake for being the album's epic. Boasting a steady chug and some more irresistible hooks ("Revelation" is laced with strong ones throughout) are always a plus, but the fact that "Darkness" also boasts some well-placed (and perfectly-executed) fast tempo changes and thrashy, tight, cymbal-heavy drumming really help to lend the song an epic scope. And two other epic, shred-happy, and all-over-the-map solos also further drive this point home.

"Torch Of War" is another solo-fest, boasting leads that ranges from chaotic and shredding to slower and more melodic. A bunch of devastating death metal drum blasts also highlight this beast. "The Code" continues in this vein, with a strong, grumbling bass line, thrashy picking, and clattering cymbal rides; but the next song after that, "Lukewarm Race," is a more in-control venture with hooky, industrial strength chugging, ominously brooding groove, and ripping solos. adherent groove, and ripping solos. All told, it all makes for one remarkably catchy, mosh pit-ready song, and a definite album stand out. But immediately back on the blistering side, "The Revelation Of Black Moses" is yet another brutal and speed-happy blast of pure, unadulterated death metal

When placed back to back, 2000's "Litany" is the better of the two records, but that definitely does not mean that "Revelation" is, in and by itself, a very, very good album, and one that is easy to recommend to all extreme metal aficionados. But hey, this should be a no-brainer for all seasoned metal fans, because the same could -- err, check that: Should -- be said for just about anything with Vader's name on it, now shouldn't it?!
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HASH(0x8e6e969c) étoiles sur 5 This is THE business!!! 9 mars 2003
Par Ian Rostron - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is an absolute classic and is one of my 'most played' Death Metal CDs ... and for good reason ...
As soon as the opening track gets under way the listener soon becomes aware that THIS band MEANS business! And, it seems, the core of the band (Peter and Doc) have been doing the business for quite a number of years now. It certainly shows in the quality of the musicianship and production ... long may they continue!
Solid bass, blistering guitar leads, an artillery of drum fire and Peter on Throat - his awesome power (and slight accent) gives something extra special to the music ...
I rate this alongside Malevolent Creation's 'Eternal' as an absolute 'must have'
Highlights? Epitaph, The Nomad, When Darkness Calls, The Code ... the whole damned album!
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HASH(0x8e6fc9e4) étoiles sur 5 Another Vader Masterpiece! 15 août 2002
Par The-Deathmetal-God - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
What else do you want me to say besides Vader? This Polish deathmetal band has impressed us with every new cd that has came out. I have their last 5 cd's and i can say that each one either beats the one before it or it is just as incredible as the one's prior to it. Vader is one of the best bands out there today, and one of the most expirenced at that. Doc, Vader's drummer, continues to put listeners into awe with his rhythmatical and fast blast beats and fills, he is by far one of the best drummers out there! This cd is way worth the $15 or whatever you pay for it, it is deffinatly one of Vader's best cds, and it is one of my perosnal favorites. Another plus to this cd is Mauser, the guitarist, he is also one of the best in the deathmetal world. He is amazingly fast and he continues to keep his rhythem. Peter is one of my favorite vocalists in deathmetal, he has a very deep voice and he uses it well. His voice deffinatly fits this band better than anyone would. For the love of all that is sacred, BUY this CD, it is one of the best things that could happen to you, so just do it!
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HASH(0x8e6d88f4) étoiles sur 5 Kill them all! 1 septembre 2004
Par Matt Pullen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
One day I was at the record store, looking for Vader's "Litany" and came across only one album in the Vader section: "Revelations." I was a bit indifferent and decided that I'd go home, check out metal-archives reviews on the album and decide whether or not I'd purchase it after reading all the reviews. Hmm, pretty decent reviews with good ratings, sounds like a very solid purchase! I listened...and while I remain slightly disappointed at the fact that this is a step down from the godly "Litany," I'm not going to do a review for comparison purposes. This review is for the music on THIS album, not a debate on whether or not album X is better than, worse than, or as good as album Y.

No, I don't think this isn't as good as Litany, but it's not bad by any means. The death metal tank from Poland is still going strong with bludgeoning and militant music. Like most metal fans know, death metal evolved from thrash, and you can easily hear the thrash era Slayer influences in Vader's music. These influences show clearly in tracks like "Epitaph," "Torch of War," and "The Code" with speedy guitar, some of which sounds in vein of Metallica as well (listen carefully to "The Code" and you`ll hear it). If you know anything about death metal, then it's obvious that all of the songs are going to be pertinently wild and fast (death metal wasn't born from thrash to be known for gentleness, evidently).

The guitars are very indistinct in sound - thrashy with plenty of heavy slab, which feels like dropping anvils on your head. This album along with "Litany" have opened my eyes to the wholesomeness of Doc's drumming, who puts on nothing short of a bountiful performance. There isn't just a bunch of blast beating; there is variety too - something which a lot of death metal bands seem to forget about, especially in the drum department. Like in most death metal, there is a lot of tremolo picking as well ("When Darkness Calls" is a good example of some fine tremolo melody). Great news though - its not just tremolo picking in the guitar department, there is a fair amount of chugging riffage going on, especially in songs like "Epitaph."

There are some very catchy tracks, like "The Nomad" with the hypnotic chugging guitar riffs and obtuse drumming. For awhile, I've been kind of irked by Peter's vocals, but hey, they are different and more unique than most death metal vocalists in the business are. If there were anything perplexing about this album, I'd say it's the solos. The solos wail and scream into the flow of music, batter the listener, then fade out with that haunting vanish of lament...and how can you not love that wrathful line in "Epitaph" near the end... "KILL THEM ALL!" Pure rage and aggression right there.

Over all, this isn't a bad album, but I feel it's a step down from "Litany," musically. It's certainly aggressive and assertive like Vader have always been. Very good album, not great, but pretty worthy attempt.
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HASH(0x8e6d8840) étoiles sur 5 I love this band! 18 août 2004
Par Tom Servo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is probably my favorite from them. Not as heavy or as brutal as Litany, but excellent technicallity makes this release from Vader my personal favorite release by them. The vocals are awesome, the spedd is excellent, the guitars are crushing, well I can't see why anyone wouldn't already have this CD if they claim they like Death Metal. Oh and this CD has some sort of atmosphere to it, and makes it feel all sci-fi and apocalyptic. It's amazing!
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