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Blasphemy Made Flesh Import


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  • Audio CD (April 15 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Displeased
  • ASIN: B000024HWM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cory G. on June 1 2004
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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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "isengoat" on 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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Format: Audio CD
What is it about Canada? Is it the beauty and coldness that makes superb Underground Metal bands Slaughter, Kataklysm, Strapping Young Lad, and the great Cryptopsy so bone-chilling, apocalyptic, and ninhilistic? The later band I mentioned is one of the leading bands in Extreme Metal these days. "Blasphemy Made Flesh" is Cryptopsy's debut album and it did not fail in making me thrash, and play air drums. There are a few things that stands out; One being the sound production....dirty, sludgy, and raw. Very much like "Seven Churches"-era of Possessed. How can you go wrong there? Secondly Lord Worm's vocals are much more sicker(not the trendy way or saying "sic", but just absolutley disugusting and repulsive sounding!) on "Blasphemy..." then their sophmore crowning achievement "None So Vile". Third is Flo's drumming. This guy is insane, amazing...no words can descibe this 6-arm drummer, who I bet anybody is the little-known son of none more than Pete Sandoval of Morbid Angel....And the last is the guitar-sound...Very down-tuned and more bassy-sounding. For a few seconds here and their in the opening track "Defenestration", it almost sounds like Flea or Les Claypool at trying to attempt a Death Metal song. Best tracks are "Defenestration", "Abigor" and "Open Face Surgery". If you are a fan of bands such as Malevolent Creation, Suffocation, and even classic Possessed had your brain melting, then Cryptopsy will have you foaming at the mouth!
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By ashkenaz on July 16 2001
Format: Audio CD
Ok, first off if you are into new Cryptopsy and have never heard the old stuff. Expect soemthing totally different! Their old vocalist was seriously God!!! I have never heard a death growl or scream that good in a long time. You know the cd will rock when there is a song where he scream for 28 seconds straight, it just has to be good then. Anyways, this album is awesome! The production is bad but who cares. Black MEtal production is worse half the time. The guitars are brutal! The drums are brutal! Another thing is you can hear the bass really really well! It goes oer the guitars at times and it sounds awesome in it. This album isn't as good as None So Vile but it comes close. This isn;t for the faint of hear, only get this if you are a death metal fanatic and love to bang your head for hours and hours. Fans of Suffocation, Immolation, and other bands in that vein. This is some intense stuff!
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Format: Audio CD
Cryptopsy is one of the fastest and most technical bands, but they are definently not the most brutal. Cryptopsy is creative and wild as you will most likely notice from the opening blasting grunts and riffs of "Defenestion". Almost every song is good, the only problem is production. Everything is clear, but only when I turn up my volume to nearly the max. It kinda irrates me that I can't blast this album like I can with None So Vile or Whisper Supremacy. Even if Blasphemy Made Flesh wasn't poorly producted it would neither be Cryptopsy's most brutal (Whisper Supremacy) or their best executed (None So Vile). Nevertheless this is a good album from a highly technical, brutal grinding death metal band. Other great bands are: Malevolent Creation, Hate Plow, Dying Fetus, Cephalic Carnage, Hate Eternal, Vader, Immolation, Gorefest, Abramelin and Diabolic.
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