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Incantation - Primordial Domination (2006)
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Incantation - Primordial Domination (2006)

live at "La Locomotive" in Paris in 2005 and video clip "Dying Divinity"
DVD5: PAL 4:3 (720x576) 25.0 fps | AC3 / 192 kbps / 48.0 khz / 2 ch
Brutal Death Metal | USA | Listenable Records | 00:28:49 | ~ 1.47 Gb

Primordial Domination is the seventh studio album by the American death metal band Incantation. The album was released in 2006.

The seventh album from Incantation, a band that has long ago established its status
as the best thing ever to emerge from the Pennsylvanian music scene,
finds the three stalwarts dishing out what they know best: Seething,
primal death metal with a vengeance. And I never thought I would say
this about a traditional death metal record, but it is actually kind of
refreshing to hear this one, because, in an age dominated by deathcore
and melodeath, it is always nice to hear a platter of full-on death
metal. Indeed, despite featuring the occasional black metal-derived
vocal shriek, spot of grind-worthy speed, and speed metal-influenced
thrash picking, this is a piece of pure, unadulterated, U.S.A.-bred DM
through and through.

"Primordial Domination" begins in a not entirely uncommon (or at least
unheard of) -- but still very effective -- fashion with the title song
kicking off with a slow, brooding tempo before giving way to a thrashy
groove with chugging guitars and churning double bass kicks. This
instrumental set opener does eventually settle back down into a very
ominous, and even borderline doomy mid-tempo dirge, near its end,
though. But immediately after this track grinds to a close, frontman
John McEntee's brutal vocals come roaring in, leading the charge over a
barrage of ferociously blazing riffage and pummeling, grinding blast
beats. He does occasionally drop in the odd, unnervingly blackened
shriek in "The Fallen Priest," but for the most part just sticks to the
usual, standard death metal burping style.

"Dissolution Rule/Begin Apocalypse" is another big standout, as it is a
brutal yet oddly catchy speedster that evokes vintage Deicide with its
relentlessly crunchy buzzsaw picking and machine gun drums. But "Hailed
Babylon" is an even bigger one, as it opens with some blistering (and
utterly devastating) blast beat drumming. And even though these blasts
regretfully do not get repeated later on, the band atones for this fact
by making "Hailed Babylon" a multi-faceted song with an epic scope. It
includes an abrupt stop-on-a-dime tempo change around its mid-section
before evolving into a portentously doomy, brooding trudge, and
remaining there for the remainder of its four-and-a-half-minute long
playing time.

But back on breakneck territory, the next couple of tracks, "Lead To
Desolation" and the bass-heavy "Doctrines Of Reproach," both play like
savage and scorching deluges of whirlwind, buzzsaw riffing, thunderous,
foundation-shaking drum blasts, and ominously grumbling bass lines. And
skipping ahead a little bit, "Extirpated Dominus" would also follow a
similar "scorched Earth" style, as it does begin with a decapitating
aural onslaught of furious guitar leads and drumming. But this tune
differentiates itself from those other two in the fact that it closes
with a really long, inventive, dexterous, tribal-flavored drum solo.

"P.D." is rounded out by two final highlights. "The Stench Of
Crucifixion" is highlighted both by a fiery, chaotic, yet simultaneously
moderately technical guitar solo that comes ripping through the mix AND
an extended, epic bass solo (in "The Stench"'s outro) is one of them;
and the album's finale, "Conquered God," which is a considerable epic by
Incantation standards, as it clocks in at well past six whole minutes
in length, and is peppered with memorable riffs, fiery melodic soloing,
and couple of creepy, slow breakdowns, is the other.

It is short, it is sweet, it is excellently-played, and ah yes, it is
heavy as heck, "Primordial Domination" proves that Incantation are most
certainly still very relevant, even after all of these years. And even
though it might not be as original or influential as, say, "Onward To
Golgotha," and is not even in the same ballpark as other death metal
classics released in 2006 (see Decapitated's "Organic Hallucinosis,"
Vader's "Impressions In Blood," and Cannibal Corpse's "Kill," to name
only a few), it is a very good piece of death metal in its own right.
But hey, what else would you expect from these three guys, huh?

Review From


1. Devoured Death
2. The Ibex Moon
3. Dying Divinity
4. Impending Diabolical Conquest
5. Merciless Tyranny
6. Deliverance Of Horrific Prophecies

7. Dying Divinity (video-clip)

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Breakdown chapters on tracks: yes
Quality: DVD5
Format: DVD video
Video codec: MPEG2
Audio codec: AC3
Video: MPEG2 / 720 * 576 (4:3) / PAL / 7067 (9000) kbps / 25.0 fps
Audio: AC3 / 192 kbps / 48.0 khz / 2 ch

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