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  • CD (11 mai 2011)
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  • Label: Earache
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vader est un peu le slayer polonais, même si le gang de l'ex europe de l'est évolue dans un registre plus death que thrash, mais on peut faire un parallèle entre les deux groupes: les deux combos n'ont pratiquement pas varié d'un iota et ont toujours persévéré dans une voie extrême et pratiquement sans compromis.
je ne suis pas absolument catégorique dans mes propos parceque certains opus de ces deux références incontournables prètent à polémique.
vader a (très légèrement) cédé à la mélodie sur quelques titres et la production des derniers opus est assez stéréotypée (batterie triggée), mais en ce qui concerne ce premier album sorti au début des 90's, le son a été mitonné à l'ancienne et c'est du tout bon!
les titres sont dans une veine thrash death efficace et imparable. les morceaux sont souvent développés de manière à tutoyer les quatre minutes, ce que le groupe changera par la suite pour faire plus court et plus rentre dedans (à partir de black to the blind et surtout sur le terrible litany, album tellement brutal et condensé que vader y rajoutera deux bonus dont une nouvelle version de the final massacre, brulot présent sur the ultimate incantation).
malgré une pochette moche, ce disque mérite que l'on se penche dessus car il constitue les fondations d'un style, le death à la polonaise (eh oui, il il a le death u.s., le death à la suédoise et le death à la vader) qui doit beaucoup aux pères fondateurs de vader (ndlr, père en polonais!).
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Voici un groupe venu de Pologne et qui jeta dans la"masse" death metalleuse du début des 90's un 1er album excellent sur toute la ligne ! Tous les ingrédients du style death/thrash y sont présents, et ces gars ont une telle dextérité en leurs instruments qu'ils sortent des morceaux hyper carrés et d'une puissance exemplaire, quelle baffe ! Proches de Morbid Angel les compos de Vader donnent dans le technique avec une ambiance bien sombre et extrême, je trouve que le groupe s'identifie immédiatement et ça demeure intemporel, le summum étant le morceau "Reign carrion" unique en son genre à lui seul symbolisant la quintessence du genre, ENORME ! Oui les riffeurs de génie ne viennent pas que des states ou du Brésil mais aussi de Pologne... Génial !
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Par Polaris le 1 octobre 2009
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Le 1er album, à la croisée d'un brutal Death technique et d'un thrash metal véloce et nerveux !

Pour moi leur meilleur, mais ils ont fait de l'excellent par la suite !

à posséder !!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Ultimate Debut 28 septembre 2015
Par Metal_Freak95 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Vader’s debut The Ultimate Incantation is one of the first death/thrash metal albums from Poland. The Ultimate Incantation is a mix between death and thrash metal, most of the riffs and leads are played more in a thrash manner while the drumming, vocals, and solos are more firmly in the death metal style. In essence you could call The Ultimate Incantation an extreme thrash album, with a technical edge. First off the songs themselves are mainly played at very high tempos and the solos are almost entirely played in the Slayer style which is fast guitar picked distorted soloing that lasts for a short time. Slayer seems to be a big influence on Vader’s style which uses a lot of Slayer’s techniques. Fortunately most of the songs are very entertaining and filler is almost non existent. Even when Vader slows it down to more mid tempo parts like on the beginnings of Final Massacre, Demon’s Wind, Breath Of Centuries, and the majority of Reign Carrion the songs are still very entertaining. The band’s playing is very tight which shows they are highly capable musicians who exhibit incredible skill since most of their songs are played at very high tempos. The vocals are quite unique in death metal because they are bellowed in way that is easily decipherable to the listener. The guitar work has a technical aspect to it though the songwriting is much more based around the riff work instead of the leads which are mainly short and to the point. The drumming is nearly flawless and is very double kick bass driven with some absolutely pummeling rhythms considering its only 1992. The bass guitar is almost inaudible which is far from unusual for either death or thrash metal. The Ultimate Incantation is an underrated classic that belongs in any thrash or death metal collector’s collection.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Four stars not Enough 30 janvier 2014
Par J.F. Carroll - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This album is a masterpiece. It can take a little time with Vader because they're so technical and you have to listen to this in various ways, especially with speakers at some point (as opposed to just headphones), to get it. For listening to tough metal nothing beats a solo car ride after a few casual listens if you don't at first get it.

A lot of people throw the word 'masterpiece' around in their reviews of any metal album from anyone. What you have in this case, however, is a real true masterpiece unlike those other pretender 'masterpieces'. The only thing more impressive than Ultimate Incantation in the genre of death metal is perhaps Blessed Are The Sick, but only because BATS came first. I think UI is one of the premier metal albums of all times, sitting on a pedestal with Ride the Lightning, Rust In Peace, Reign in Blood et al.

Why is it so good? Because all of the songs link to one another, and each creates a space and dimension that is simply not found in most music or hardly any thrash/black/doom/slugde/ or other death metal. Listening to this album is like taking a journey into a dark twisting land. The cover of course looks a little bit generic but I really like it. Yet it figures that one of the most boring Dan Seagrave album covers holds the key to by far one of the very best death metal albums ever released.

It's impossible to believe that Earache dropped the band after this release, but I can see how this album is not so easily perceptible as Deicide's Legion, Sepultura's Arise, or Morbid Angel's work. The songwriting in UI is so imperceptibly mature, on first listen one is likely to think nothing of it. But these songs are like rollercoasters, riding up and down and sideways, and played inhumanely perfect by the band as well as both the drummer and guitarist especially. No one wrote songs like this in Death Metal except Trey Azagthoth, and he deserves credit for probably doing more than anyone else to inspire this record. Trey's songwriting evolved from Altars of Madness to Blessed are the Sick, from hybridized super fast thrash metal into a very three dimensional sound which few in the genre ever truly captured, a sound that is so big and lifelike, which encapsulated so much of so many underground movements like punk, hardcore, thrash, and grind. A lot of people point to Slayer as the main influence but I don't honestly hear it, except in their next album De Profundis. I would admit that since the guitars are not very downtuned that this album does have sort of a thrash feel, but because of this the songs gain a garish quality, bright but evil, a lurid sheen that is profane. The tone is definitely part of what makes this album stand out so much, it's very unique in death metal.

The stories are all about Cthulu and weird underworld creatures, and this adds to the soundtrack of the album with the intro and the mysterious dark stories, but I honestly listen to music for the music. Fortunately, UI has plenty of that to spare. I rank this one up there with Onward to Golgotha and Erosion of Sanity, or even Here In After, but none of those albums are as impressive, or as well played, or epic as this. Ultimate Incantation is one of the few albums I can truly call epic. A lot of bands and albums attempt to be epic, but often fail to follow through because of a lack of songwriting talent here or there. Ultimate Incantation is one of the few albums where not one song is bad, in fact every single one is astounding. I can point to BATS and say, oh this one's not very good (all to the credit and charm of the album for me I assure you), or Here In After which has a bum song or two even if the good songs are amongst the best death metal songs of all time. No, what I like about Ultimate Incantation is I can maybe point to one song being perhaps a hair better than the other songs, but the rest of the songs are unbelievably good. There is not one song I can't get over, but rather the whole entire album is what I cannot get over. The whole album works as a piece. I would say the same thing about Golgotha, except Golgotha simply isn't as impressive a feat of stature and writing wizardry and technical prowess as Ultimate Incantation.

It's interesting this album was released around the end of 1992, the last big hurrah for death metal before it took various turns into overt technicality, core, and lame obsessed over brutality. Like Erosion of Sanity this is one of those later/prime death metal albums that harkens to the potential and spirit of this genre.

I hope you give it a chance.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 a good start.... 8 août 2000
Par Joey from the Bronx - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Poland export and death/thrash masters, Vader, come up (for the most part) aces on this their debut disc. If you are a death metal fan, then this review may seem trivial as this cd was released in late '92/early '93 I believe, but for those who have not been aquainted with the vicious deathersters, then read on.
Vader pretty much stick to the tried and true death metal formula; insane death vocals (NOT like Cannibal Corpse or Suffocation, but more in the Napalm Death/Morbid Angel vein), whirlwind, totally blistering riffing and absolutely murderous drumming, particularly the vicious double bass drum pounding; enough so to cause an earthquake of biblical proportions. The disc also has a clear, loud production...maybe a little TOO clear, as the riffs are a bit too polished for my tastes.
As far as musical style goes, Vader are obviously big fans of Morbid Angel, as some the Morbid Ones influence can be heard clearly throughout the disc, and the fact that some of the songs rely too much on the speed factor and kind of go by without any real effect. That said though, "Reign Carrion" "Final Massacre" and "Vicious Circle" do enough damage and are memorable enough to give Vader their due as a force to be reckoned with.
The later work, the brutally ingenious "De Profundis", the awesome and total whirlwind mini-cd "Sothis", the slighty disappointing, but still good "Black to the Blind" and their latest "litany", all have shown the growth and maturity that Vader have displayed on their debut, so if you haven't gotten "The Ultimate Incantation" yet, it's high time that you did.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 the first steps taken... 22 juillet 2000
Par Joey from the Bronx - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Poland death metal experts Vader, release their auspicious debut cd. A mix of various bands' styles, most notably Morbid Angel, Vader practically reduce your audio system to a pile of dust with a vicious, barbaric and unrelenting aural assault. Swirling, million mile an hour riffs, insane vocal howling and my God, enough double bass drum pounding to cause an earthquake of biblical proportions. These guys are just the perfect antidote for that neighbor you dislike. :)
Being a debut record, Vader do fall into many traps; songs that are just faceless and have no identity ("Testimony" "Demons Wind"), a production that is just a bit too polished for death metal, and having their influences come across a little too apparent (Vader are obviously card carrying members of Morbid Angel's fan club). And how many "winds of hell, the coming of doom" intros can you stand? If your answer is "there are never enough intros!", then add another intro to your collection.
With that said though, Vader's "Ultimate Incantation" is an effectively formidible death metal disc, and a band with obvious talent and above average musical skills. "Reign Carrion", for my money, is the best track on the disc, serving up equal helpings of doom, thrash and death with plenty of identity and intricate moments. "Breath of Centuries" and the crushing "Final Massacre" are also stand outs.
Vader's follow up releases (the brutally ingenious "De Profundis", the hard to find, incredibly awesome mini cd "Sothis", the slightly disappointing, but still good "Black To The Blind" and the just released "Litany") have cemented their postion as one of Death Metal's premier band and are MANDATORY purchases for the dedicated fan. Their debut cd, while not perfect, shows the band in its formidable growth stages and is a worthy purchase for any rabid death metaller. 3 and a half stars is a better indicator.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Death Metal from a world away 28 juin 2007
Par Zander Haberstaft - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When this hit U.S. shores in 1992, Florida, New York and California had burgeoning Death Metal scenes. There was the Birmingham, UK Death Metal scene as well but beyond that most other places were a mystery for this genre (speaking from a U.S. perspective). Behold Vader from Katowice, Poland!

Forming in 1986 and toiling around the Eastern European Thrash scene for while, and releasing at least two demos in the process, Vader was the first Death Metal band ever from Poland and one of the members of the first generation Death Metal club with members like Death, Morbid Angel, Obituary, Sadus, Immolation, Benediction and others. Back in the day, that was Vader's claim to fame -being from the other side of the "Iron Curtain" but playing a style being fomented in the West.

On the debut release, Vader definitely has there own sound but borrows heavily from both the "old school" (like Slayer, Kreator, Sodom and Possessed) as well as the "newer school" (like Morbid Angel/Terrorizer and Death). All the instruments are competent on this album. The guitars keep a constant pace and the riffs and wild solos are all executed with amazing technical grace and precision. The vocals also are not of the "cookie monster" variety and just sound like old school Death Metal or maybe even mid-eighties Thrash vocals. You can always hear what is being said and most importantly the vocals come across as being authentic. The bass is mostly inaudible but hey, that isn't usually the featured instrument in this genre unless your last name is DiGiorgio. The drums are sometimes bland but are at other times absolutely amazing like on "Testimony", "The Crucified Ones" and "Reign Carrion". The drumming is sometimes all played at once (for example the hi-hat on top of the snare at the same time the bass is playing single or double time) and is boring but at other times there are amazing feats of limb separation especially in the fills.

Here is classic Vader. The stuff legends are made of. The tempos here are a little bit more varied than their late 90s/early 2000s output. It is apparent from listening to this album that they hadn't quite cemented their sound but that doesn't take away from how awesome this album remains. If you've got this far in the review you owe it to yourself to buy.
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