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  • CD (8 juillet 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Roadrunner
  • ASIN : B000000H4F
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Par Vincent VZT MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 12 mai 2011
Format: CD
serpents of the light est un album de deicide, donc un disque de death metal qui bastonne bien. en général. mais là, le groupe s'est tiré une balle dans le pied en ayant une production aussi faiblarde et maigrelette.
ce nouvel album contient de bons titres qui alimenteront la set-list et apparaitront sur l'album live when satan lives (tel blame it on god) mais la mise en son est pâlichonne par rapport à l'excellent once upon the cross sorti deux ans plus tôt.
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Glen Benton signe ici un album blasphématoire qui n'est ni le meilleur de Deicide et surtout pas le plus technique,mais "Bastard Of Christ" est vraiment indispensable et incontournable ou "Blame It On God" qui donneront des otites à Jean-Paul 2...
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HASH(0x92af0774) étoiles sur 5 Deicide does it again 30 avril 2014
Par J.F. Carroll - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Really excellent death metal. The riffs that the Hoffman brothers come up with here are just flat out excellent. Of course the whole Deicide band was always awesome, but all the members really shine here. The songwriting is really up to par as well.

A lot of people basically slag everything post 1992 from Deicide, which is a bit of a shame. This and Once Upon aren't exactly as good as the first two albums, but they're not terrible and definitely highlight death metal albums.

Of course I've always had a soft spot for this band, as a Catholic who has been critical of the church for its backward thinking and poor choices, and the way they propose to teach young people about the word of Christ (rather than teaching from the Bible because it's too archaic and old, they simply tell you to pray, and don't help you actually understand God in any kind of practical way or even the history of the church and its implications in the world abroad --mid 90s sunday school--) and the Catholic faith in general, I can't help but throw up the horns when the Deicide starts playing.

For those who haven't been a part of the Catholic faith, or aren't christians, I suppose what Glen does could seem old hat. For people like me, though, he performs an invaluable service. Here's to Glen's fine legacy as one of the better healthy outputs for those frustrated by religion.

On the other hand, there are also those who just toss a band like this out the window for even attempting to be anti-christian, and to those I have to say, for shame. You are missing out on some of the best metal ever made. I always laugh at thrash heads and thrash magazines. The 1990's was by far the greatest decade of metal music ever, and people still ignore it and act like it doesn't exist because it might be controversial. I think the adults who think that way need to put their man pants on. You with your sad fat paunch and your broken teeth and missing hair, still afraid of truly brutal music.

To think that people still believe Slayer is as brutal as it ever got. And I love how these same people will always say stuff like this is Slayer-lite, or totally aping Slayer. Wow. It got a lot more brutalz guys, it got a lot more metal, more heavy, more technical, more everything.

I hope society one day wakes up and realizes its folly, but I fear it will be too late and these bands will be too old. Sort of like how they just woke up to Slayer (probably because of the video game Vice City and whatnot) and the fact that Prince and Michael Jackson weren't the only ones making records in the 80s.

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HASH(0x92af09c0) étoiles sur 5 Deicide as we know them: angry, rattling death metal 3 mars 1999
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Format: CD
This new album isn't as good as the classic Once Upon The Cross, but it's not at all bad either. Some aspects might put people off though: the production (which hasn't changed much) is not extremely powerful, which belies the fury of the music; also there are some riffs and passages which are similar to the other albums, which in a way is not really a bad thing.
Let's just say, if you were expecting something new and fresh from Glen and the boys, you'll be disappointed :) But, anyway what we have here is nevertheless a solid Deicide album. It's on the whole faster than "...Cross" and there ARE some standout tracks (after a few listens) including "Bastard of Christ" and "This is Hell We're In" which have some incredibly catchy death-groove and death-crawl passages respectively, with Glen Benton's guttural growl taking it over the top! Excellent.
Recommended to death metal enthusiasts... there's some great material on here... it just might take a few listens (if that!) to realise it
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HASH(0x92af0d50) étoiles sur 5 symbolistic death metal at its best 7 août 1998
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Format: CD
Bringing a different perspective on the events that have supposedly transpired almost two thousand years ago, Benton and his colleagues offer a feast to the soul of those who listen - that is, presuming that the aforementioned soul is not too heavily involved with heaven and thus can not see past the initial so-called blasphemous lyrics that attract the attention of not only death metal fans, but those who are also existentialists, tho by no means the two are mutually exclusive; having said this, I recommend Deicide to those Men (and women) who are capable of seeing past appearances (such as the inverted cross on Benton's face) and truly enjoy the music and sacrifice Benton offers by extending the limits of his vocal cords to provide the utmost experience to his audience with his best performance here in Serpents of the Light where this time he uses subtle symbolism and allergories to enrich his touch- and the rest of you, you can go to church and listen to your gospels! .
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HASH(0x92af0750) étoiles sur 5 A dark, angry underrated album 6 août 2005
Par Mattowarrior - Publié sur
Format: CD
After "Once Upon the Cross" Deicide seemed to have gone back to basics. Gone is the relentless speed of past albums, replaced with a more refined approach to songwriting. The speed is still plenty there though, at least as much as the debut.

Serpents of the Light also features something brand new to Deicide at the time, MELODY! The vocals are debatedly better than the previous release, and the lyrics much more serious (though still on the subject of organized religion and Christianity. The music on this album sometimes approaches a, sort of, black metal style of some of the riffing, and some of the melody nearly points the way to what was beginning to brew in Sweden at the time. Case in Point: "Blame it on God". Blame it on God is my favorite song from here, with a awesome melodic riff and refrain that almost reminds me of Star Wars (the dark empire march type music that is). The diminshed riffs and solos on the song definitely take Deicide up to a level that is further explored on their newest release, Scars of the Crucifix. This is slowly becoming my second favorite Deicide album (or maybe third, Legion is still killer) and I didn't expect anything past the first two to be worth anything. Goes to show one must always give things a try for themselves and not listen to others criticisms, oh well. The secret weapon of the album is obviously the blossoming talents of the Hoffman brothers. Brian in paticular had started to get better and better at soloing, and on this album it starts to show. Lessons (including classical) were received, and it only made Deicide's music more DELICIOUSLY EVIL!

An underrated, killer release that points to a career that couldve been, instead of the unfortunate predicaments that the band found themselves in later (along with undeserved public scorn not at all reflected in album sales (a hint of jealousy perhaps?) )
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HASH(0x92af50d8) étoiles sur 5 Another Great Deicide Album 12 octobre 2004
Par Jeremy Brackeen - Publié sur
Format: CD
Deicide's fourth album from 1997 "Serpents of the Light" was confusing for a lot of fans, in my opinion mainly because of the album's production. It wasn't polished as far as guitar and drum tones went, but overall this album is 100% Deicide; putrefaction and annihilation, and this would also be the fourth and final Deicide album to be produced by legendary Death Metal producer Scott Burns as well. This album is definitely one of Deicide's best albums in their discography, and it's also one of their most catchiest albums as well. The lyrics are of course what you'd expect from Deicide, but much more serious, and this album also features something new to Deicide at the time, and that something new happens to be melody. The guitar work of brothers Eric and Brian Hoffman on here may not be as technical as it was on the band's 1992 masterpiece "Legion", however the duo prove to be in fine form here as they both engage in an unstoppable onslaught of brutal teeth grinding, bone crunching, chainsaw buzzing like riffs and also their solos are much more ripping and even melodic at times as well especially on standout tracks such as "Blame It on God", "Slave to the Cross", "Father Baker's", and the title track. Elsewhere drummer Steve Asheim does an excellent job as always keeping in sync with the guitars with his impeccable and punishing drum work which always packs a serious wallop, and of course Glen Benton as always is in top form with his always brutal, evil and devilishly tasty death growls that are like an angry beast being awaken from it's slumber.

Highlights included:

The album's opening title track "Serpents of the Light" immediately gets the gas pedal floored with it's opening firing, dizzying yet melodic riffs and blasting beats that just races right through your eardrums like a race car driver. The song also includes great growling from Benton throughout and an awesome solo as well. Elsewhere, track three "Blame It on God" (my favorite off this album) does start off blasting at the gate and then goes into an awesome and catchy melodic riff and slow marching like rhythm which almost reminds me of something I'd hear from Star Wars (that Dark Empire march type music if you know what I mean). This song also features a great solo as well as more menacing growls and endless double bass waves. Other highlights here include "This is Hell We're In" which features more vicious blasting and firing riffage along with a catchy growl-a-long chorus and an awesomely wailing solo near the end, as well as the catchy buzzsaw like opening riff and melodic sweeps, and back to back ripping solos, and a wickedly awesome shrieking chorus highlighted on "Slave to the Cross", while "Believe the Lie" is highlighted heavy, chugging and dizzying riffage and combinations of slow and fast tempos, plus another killer solo being thrown in, and of course the album's sinister and immense closing track "Father Baker's" which features a very impressive series of ripping yet extremely melodic solos throughout that will make your face melt.

All in all, "Serpents of the Light" is yet another great death metal release from one of death metal's all time greats. Buy it now!!
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