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Axeman  - Arrive album flac Performer: Axeman
Title: Arrive
Style: Black Metal, Crust, Thrash
Released: 2010
Country: US
MP3 album: 1262 mb
FLAC album: 1946 mb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: MOD DXD ASF ADX RA VOX AIFF
Genre: Rock

Axeman Arrive 2010, Cassette, Crepúsculo Negro (Second press).

Meet your maker tests of the gods Arrive to the ninth level of the underworld God of death king of metnal ah puch Ringing bells of bones reach out Your soul piercing shrieks of metnal Cuando el tecolote canta el indio muere.

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Black Metal, Death Metal. Track listing (Songs).

Axeman - Arrive (EP) Death MetalDeath Metal. Release source: CD. Year: 2010. Discount: 20%. 00:00.

Tracklist

Metnal
Kosmic Death
Attestor Of Doom & Rebirth

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CN-04 Axeman Arrive ‎(Cass, Ltd, Num) Crepúsculo Negro CN-04 US 2010
CN-04 Axeman Arrive ‎(Cass, Ltd, Num, 2nd) Crepúsculo Negro CN-04 US 2010
darkest-001 Axeman Arrive ‎(12", EP, Ltd, RE, Red) Darkest Heavy darkest-001 US 2012
darkest-001 Axeman Arrive ‎(12", EP, RE) Darkest Heavy darkest-001 US 2012
CN-04 Axeman Arrive ‎(Cass, Ltd, 3rd) Crepúsculo Negro CN-04 US 2012
CN-04 Axeman Arrive ‎(Cass, 4th) Crepúsculo Negro CN-04 US Unknown


Comments: (1)
Adrielmeena
This ep opens with a soft guitarline and a keyboard accompanied by the drums. But then: THRASH! With a wailing guitarsolo the song Metnal kicks off. Drivings midpaced riffs alternate with fast thrashing sections. Kosmic Death begins with an oldschool riff wich abruptly changes into a thrashing onslaught, but this song is overall more death/black metal because it uses more blasbeats. The final song, Attestor of Doom and Rebirth, is in the same fashion as the previous song, and uses some high-pitched thrash vocals together with a grunt. I think this is a very solid EP, the guitars and drums are always keeping up the fast pace and the vocals are also quite diverse, as mentioned above. Mostly it's something between a death metal grunt and a black metal shriek, or sometimes shouted or a high pitched thrash voice. The Black-Twilight circle is a bit hyped, but this is surely worth it. Recommended!