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Incantation

The Infernal Storm

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Category: Death Metal

Year: 2000

Label: Relapse

Catalog Number: RR 6442-2

Average Rating: 70 / 100 (2 ratings)

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Incantation The Infernal Storm Album Cover

Personnel
Mike Saez vocals and guitar
John McEntee guitars
Robert Yench bass
Dave Culross session drums
Tracks
1.  Anoint the Chosen  3.53:
2.  Extinguishing Salvation  4.07:
3.  Impetuous Rage  5.03:
4.  Sempiternal Pandemonium  6.18:
5.  Lustful Demise  5.14:
6.  Heaven Departed  7.32:
7.  Apocalyptic Destroyer of Angels  3.19:
8.  Nocturnal Kingdom of Demonic Enlightenment  4.28:
  
Total Running Time:  38.0066666666667:44

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Existing comments about this CD

From: drakkar Date: March 13, 2002 at 18:00
this is another solid album by incantation. still very brutal and intricate, but it doesn't have the intensity of 'diabolical conquest'. both 'diabolical' and 'forsaken mourning' are must-have albums for any fan of death metal, but the incantation sound is beginning to grow tedious and repetitive; they simply haven't been able to keep death metal sounding as fresh and invigorating as other great bands such as suffocation. definitely purchase any of incantation's previous albums before you get th

From: miguel tipacti Date: July 6, 2004 at 0:22
another good production of this real speed death metal band . one of the last good bands trhow usa for the world. this cd continuing the same excellent style of the band.

From: mariana Date: August 7, 2004 at 22:18
Sou de bh curto muito a banda e do caralho!!!!

From: juan carlos Date: August 19, 2010 at 17:36
Si hay grupos de Death Metal que me suenan a repetitivos, pues los Incantation me es uno de ellos. No soy fan de Incantation de hecho, soy mas de los que hacen un Death Metal bien tecnico y rapido tambien pero con gancho, contagioso y con fiereza. Lastima que este grupo no es de mis preferidos pero tampoco es malo, lo justo. 8/10 Saludos Manco, como siempre soy el de la Ultima Palabra

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 1, 2014 at 22:00
I'm not very keen on this type of sound in bands or may i say the genre in question..."Hell Awaits" which is a cover of Slayer and is a bonus track of the re-edition of this album happens to be the best cut ...tracks 1,3,6 & 7 could also be appealing...for fans of raw Death Metal,i believe...60/100


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