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Carving Out the Eyes of God
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Category: Black/Death Metal
Label: Metal Blade Records
Catalog Number: 3984-14743-2
L. Ben Falgoust II vocals|
Sammy Duet guitar, backing vocals
Nathan Bergeron bass, backing vocals
Zack Simmons drums
|1. ||Apocalyptic Havoc ||3:16|
|2. ||The All-Destroying ||3:13|
|3. ||Carving Out the Eyes of God ||4:19|
|4. ||Shadow of a Rising Knife ||4:38|
|5. ||Provoking the Ritual of Death ||3:43|
|6. ||In Legions, I Am Wars of Wrath ||4:33|
|7. ||Reckoning of the Soul Made Godless ||3:50|
|8. ||This Passing into the Power of Demons ||4:26|
|9. ||Razor Flesh Devoured ||4:16|
|10. ||To Mourn and Forever Wander Through Forgotten Doorways ||4:18|
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|Total Running Time:|| 40:32|
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: August 23, 2013 at 19:21|
|Goatwhore started out doing pretty much straight-up black-metal on their 2000 debut. Maybe not the expected sound fro a bunch of New Orleans guys associated with the likes of Soilent Green, Crowbar and Acid Bath. By this, their fourth album, they had morphed into an appealing concoction of thrashy riffs, more death-metal style vocals, but with the malignant black-metal mindset still firmly intact. There aren't really what you'd call hooks in Goatwhore's music, but there's plenty to headbang to while you're listening, even if it's a bit hard to remember specific songs after the disc is over. I dig it. And you gotta love a song title like "To Mourn And Forever Wander Through Forgotten Doorways."
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