Label: Obscure Domain Productions - OD-003-2007 • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Death Metal
Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in x resolution or higher. Headhunter D. I've never actually come across their music before now, but this album being their 4th studio album is actually pretty tasty. The sound of their death metal varies, at times they sound very much like country mates Krisiun there is a lot of head down blasting with repetitive drum work to be found throughout the albumbefore going all US styled death metal and sounding like Morbid Angel or Deicide.
Riff wise, Headhunter D. C generally favour the spiralling, twisting riffage of Morbid Angel, but there's also a lot of Deicide's 'Legion' era clusterfuck brutality on show as well, with melodious solos and gouging guitar divebombs thrown in for good measure a la Incantation.
What these guys are good at is creating an aura of barely controlled chaos, adding an excellent darkened feeling of the occult present their music a skill The Chasm honed to perfection on their last few albums. Tumbling, rumbling bass is ever present throughout the album, with blasting drums and chaotic guitar squeals spraying like squirts of venom King Sunny Ade - Kool Samba some kind of satanic serpent.
This is all topped with vocals that sound similar to a mix of the guttural gurgle of Benton, the deranged insanity of Van Drunen and the higher-end register of Schuldiner. There are some sections with Inner Demons Rise! - Headhunter D.C. - Gods Spreading Cancer truly awe inspiring eerie melodies also, a nice contrast to the crazed Christ-baiting of the rest of the Inner Demons Rise! - Headhunter D.C. - Gods Spreading Cancer . As mentioned previously, I've no idea if this material is anything on Africa (12 Edit) - Various - Deep Heat III earlier work, but going by this album alone you can tell that these guys certainly know their stuff when it comes to writing an incisive riff or an attacking arrangement.
Well worth investigating for fans of true, evil and occult death metal with balls the size of grapefruits. Originally written for www. Released a couple of years ago, this I Kept On Loving You - Carpenters - Close To You + Now & Then is one of the better death metal attempts of late. From the opening intro, which is intense and sets the stage for the brutality to come, you know something good is about to assail you accordingly.
I could regale you with a massive list of bands that truly need to give up the death metal ghost, but Headhunter D. While Massacre keeps popping into my head throughout, I think even Cam Lee himself might be immensely impressed. If we took some inspiration from Europe for our attempts at black metal, then Brazil Inner Demons Rise! - Headhunter D.C. - Gods Spreading Cancer got its death and thrash roots from us.
The only difference is that Brazil does their adopted form justice by doing it correctly! They may well have been one of the bands to introduce their homeland to such an extreme style. When a band puts effort and thought into its work, it shows, and the result can be a fine record that stands the test of time. This is the fourth full-length album from Headhunter D. The production here is much cleaner than on their previous albums, but there's more than enough distortion to keep me happy, especially on the vicious snarled vocals.
The drums are crisp, yet not over-produced. There's a heavy-metal touch to the guitar tone on the solos, which is especially great, and I like the bass tone as well; it manages to be audible even during the blasting parts. The intro is worth mentioning -- it's a very cool combination of blasphemous spoken-word parts and bombastic keyboards which brings to mind old Acheron.
It breaks immediately into blasting, snarling death metal, and this album never looks back from there. The riffing here is impossibly catchy and chunky, and every song is chock-full of it.
On top of that, the song structures are memorable and epic, giving this album plenty of replay value. This is undoubtedly one of the best death metal records in recent years; these guys are still putting out killer records twenty years after they started!
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Headhunter D.C. effortlessly (and naturally) combines its death metal with thrash s sharp bite, and the overt blasphemy of black metal, qualities no more apparent than on new album /God s Spreading Cancer,/ a digipack (with bonus track) set for a January 19, release on Ibex Moon Records.
Released on CD slipcase and CD by Deathcult Records in with 4 bonus tracks.. Recording information: Recorded, mixed, mastered and edited at Casa das Máquinas Studio (Salvador/Bahia) between February and March
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Headhunter DC - God's Spreading Cancer. CD Nacional Slipcase e Lacrado. 1. Dysangelium (Intro) 2. God Is Dead 3. Stillborn Messiah 4. Celebrate The Chaos 5. Contemptation (To The Fire) 6. Abortion Of Souls 7. Black Miracle 8. God's Spreading Cancer 9. Angelkiller (cover song) Inner Demons Rise Long Live The Death Cult Bonus Tracks Slaughtred Remains (cover)
God Is Dead Stillborn Messiah Celebrate the Chaos Contemptation (To the Fire) Abortion of Souls Black Miracle God's Spreading Cancer Angelkiller Inner Demons.
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God’s Spreading Cancer is such a CD. Standouts include the very sinister intro, “Contemplation (to the Fire)”, and “Inner Demons Rise!” It also contains one very good cover of a Thrashmassacre song, “Angelkiller.” While I’m not familiar with the latter, I’d say that Headhunter D.C.’s version is a pretty standout classic.