|ojotigre||Fecha: Domingo, 2013-11-03, 10:22 PM | Mensaje # 1|
Deicide - Live at the Rescue Rooms, Nottingham 2003(Full Live Show) Known the world over as one of the founding fathers of Death Metal, Deicide stand strong to this day as one of the most
influential and controversial metal bands ever. With a relentlessly
brutal sound and uncompromisingly blasphemous lyrics Deicide helped set
the standards for Death Metal long ago.... and they have maintained
those standards ever since. Emerging from the Tampa, Florida metal
underground, Deicide began life in 1987 under the moniker, Amon.
Consisting of frontman Glen Benton on bass and vocals, brothers Eric and
Brian Hoffman on guitar, and Steve Asheim on drums, Amon commanded a
local cult following with their extreme brand of Satanic metal. Amon's
demos caught the attention of Roadrunner Records and Roadrunner signed
the band, who renamed themselves Deicide. Roadrunner released Deicide's
blistering self-titled debut in 1990. Recorded at Tampa's Morrisound
Studio (the legendary studio where Deicide would go on to record all its
albums), "Deicide" would one day be hailed as one of the "Top 100 Metal
Albums of the 90's" by England's metal authority, Terrorizer Magazine.
In 1992, Deicide followed up their debut with "Legion".
"Legion" was an instant success, further establishing Deicide's furious
musical instensity and vengeful anti-Christian stance, and securing
Deicide's place at the forefront of the American Death Metal scene.
After the success of "Legion", Roadrunner Records re-issued the Amon
demos in 1993 as ŒAmon: Feasting The Beast', giving new fans a glimpse
of the band's rawer roots. Deicide's next studio album came in 1995 in
the form of "Once Upon The Cross". As if to prove they had no intention
of settling down, the band proposed an image of a disemboweled Christ
for the album cover. This cover was ultimately censored but not before
garnering massive publicity. In 1997, Deicide released "Serpents of the
Light", followed by a live album, "When Satan Lives", in 1998.
Throughout the 90's, Deicide progressively honed their vicious musical
attack, reaching new levels of brutality and precision. Deicide defined
and redefined the rebellious spirit of Death Metal, and joined that very
small and elite group of metal acts to sell over a million records in
the process. 2000 saw the release of a new studio album,
"Insineratehymn", followed by "In Torment In Hell" in 2001.
The latter album marked the end of Deicide's long contract with
Roadrunner. In November 2002, the band signed a new worldwide deal with
Earache Records and suffered a whole new wave of controversy around the
world at the expense of the dark content of their music. This was
content that seeped on to the band's first record with Earache, 'Scars
of the Crucifix' released in February 2004 that came overloaded with a
DVD entitled 'Behind The Scars: Underneath The Skin of Deicide'. This
album was a massive success and catapulted Deicide to the top of
Earache's list of highest selling artists in that year. Deicide stormed
ahead into the future engulfed by waves of controversy, as their
popularity continued to ferment within the scene.
The 2006 release of 'The Stench of Redemption' - the first album to
showcase the more melodic leads of guitarists Jack Owen (ex-CANNIBAL
CORPSE) and Ralph Santolla (ex-OBITUARY / DEATH) - only added to their
riotous and enigmatic success. A download only EP was planned for the
incendiary release date of 06.06.06, featuring two cuts from the album.
'The Stench of Redemption' was a massive success and received high
praise from fans and the music press, with The Metal Observer calling it
'one of the best albums of the year'. under a year later in 2008
Deicide came back for their ninth studio album 'Till Death Do Us Part'.
Glen Benton, Steve Asheim (on guitars and drums) and Jack Owen were
completed by the return of Ralph Santolla (OBITUARY, DEATH, ICED EARTH)
as a session member for the recording. Deicide have battled through
numerous protests, accusations and line-up changes, and yet remained
true to the music and their fans. Despite there problems though, Deicide
are still triumphing as a band, with music and live performances that
continue to draw in ecstatic reactions from their rabid fanbase. Glen Benton Bass, Vocals
Steve Asheim Drums, Guitars
Eric Hoffman Guitars
Brian Hoffman Guitars Live at the Rescue Rooms Nottingham, December 22nd 2003 1 They Are The Children OF The Underworld
2 Bastard Of Christ
3 Bible Basher 4 Lunatic Of Gods Creation
5 Serpents Of The Light
6 Sacrifical Suicide
7 Once Upon The Cross
9 Dead But Dreaming
10 When Satan Rules His World
11 Dead By Dawn
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|TUCO||Fecha: Domingo, 2014-04-27, 9:54 AM | Mensaje # 3|
|No me lo puedo creer, tu aquí ojotigre... |
Una de dos, o el AOR tiene cura o esto del "Deicidio" es una alusión malvada a Pep o al fín de ciclo...
De todas maneras creo que esto es un video Dvd Rip de esto:
Ваня всегда прав !!!