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Blasphemy Made Flesh [Import]

Crytopsy Audio CD
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Grindcore Jan. 27 2003
Format:Audio CD
I find grindcore bands such as "origin" ,"scar-culture", "dying fetus", and "leprosy" to be very original and sometimes better to listing to then deathmetal but then i know great legends of deathmetal such as "napalm death" , " dark tranquility" , "morbid angel", and "obituary" so that is why i choose deathmetal over grindcore, dont get me wrong... I love grindcore as well! Anyways, i realy love cryptopsy's debut "Blasphemy Made Flesh" i still enjoy listining to great songs like "Abigor" , "swing of the cross" , and "mutant christ"... All are amazing well done songs with a great production. I would suggest to any diehard grincore fan out there if you still don't own this masterpiece... Go in the store right now, and buy it !
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3.0 out of 5 stars 7/10 very undeveloped June 1 2004
By Cory G.
Format:Audio CD
This is more early Cannibal Corpse styled Death Metal although it's still more technical. Skills haven't yet developed here yet. Flo's drumming is nowhere near his abilities today, although he still beats the holy crappers out of almost every other drummer ever, which is saying something for his skills now! Eric is already awesome here and gives maybe his best performance ever. Guitar-wise, it's heavy as hell and fast. Technical, not as technical as Cryptopsy's turning point, Whisper Supremacy and kinda monotonous. Lord Worm is inconsistent but awesome in places. He lays down a 30 second scream on track 4 (?) and his death vocals are already outrageous but he sounds a bit weak. He sounds MUCH stronger on None So Vile.
Defenestration is probably the best track on this album and remains a fan favourite today and most of the other tracks are good, but the song structures are very similar and kinda monotonous. On an uphand note, there are some very dark melodies present on here, something they don't often do.
Not essential but good none-the-less. I am a HUGE Cryptopsy fan. I have all of their cds and I can honestly say that this is the weakest.
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4.0 out of 5 stars It's slaughter your neighbor good! Sept. 18 2003
Format:Audio CD
"She's the kind of girl you want to run up and tackle through a window some floors up and spatter you both to hell"
Some standout lyrics of the genre. I like how they aren't to be taken seriously. It's just a bit of necro-erotic fun, but in the back of your mind you start to think "what if he's not joking?".
The music on this disc is the most mosh friendly they have put out. And the bass guitar is most prominent than ever before. Being a bassist myself, it is beyond admiration. The other instruments have their moments as well. It's high velocity music that is still able to keep a bleak atmosphere and that is what's most important.
A nice groove is consistent throughout the entire album. The result is a very fun death metal record to bang to.
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5.0 out of 5 stars my best cd death /grind Aug. 2 2003
By serge
Format:Audio CD
listen over and over with none so vile
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4.0 out of 5 stars None so pathological.... Aug. 17 2002
Format:Audio CD
I was introduced to the whirlwhind of madness that is Cryptopsy when a friend made me a mix tape with tracks from None So Vile and this debut. I have since purchased all of their albums, and what struck me from the onset were the differences in production quality. Though not exactly "Early dimmu borgir crap tin-can" quality, everything seems muffled and compressed somewhat, as if someone forgot to crank the main volume up during the mastering process. Flo Mounier's devastating attack and tight-as-all-hell performances on all of the songs. It's not all just blast either, which is why I often tire of earlier Kataklysm. Recommended for die-hard Cryptopsy or Kataklysm fans....everyone else would do better checking out None So Vile or ...And Then You'll Beg first.
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