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DEMONICIDUTH - Enemy of Satan

Demoniciduth - Enemy of Satan

The long awaited new album — Enemy of Satan — from long distance extreme metal duo Demoniciduth, featuring Taanak of Switzerland and Lord Ekklektus from Ecuador, is now here and it is well worth the wait.

Though the band describes its own sound as unblack metal, it wears its Mortification influences on its sharp metal forearm sleeves. The music stays mostly in death metal territory, borrowing Steve Rowe's basslines and Tourniquet's more speedy guitar riffs, while the vocals somewhat resemble E. Sarkioja of Immortal Souls' low blackened death growls and add a little black metal ambiance to the mix.

"March of the Dead" opens the album with an instrumental best described as a twisted metal version of "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies" or "The Sorcerer's Apprentice." "Christian Metal Worldwide" gives us a new headbanging anthem to raise. The title track is excellent, and this 8 song CD is closed out with a reworking of the band's song "Dogs of Antichrist," from their split with Sabbatarium.

Lyrics read somewhat like a metal devotional with biblical references. Packaging came out beautiful, on par with the latest Dalit release on Endtime Productions, with the copper colored ink really setting off the visual of that old snake getting his head crushed by the cross. No doubt about it — this is Christian metal — and done right! (Vision of God Records) - 4 out of 5 stars

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