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Abaddon Incarnate's The Last Supper. And album that can fit into some of the most extreme albums ever made. Its a death metal release (I'm pretty sure of that). And almost everything on the album is perfect.
Well I managed to get hold of this album due to some cheap 3-pack box set thing from Seasons of Mist. This was the first CD in there I listened to. Its an amazing release. But incase your wondering the other two CDs in that box were Deciphering The Soul and Engulfed By The Swarm. Now onto the music!
The album starts off with the extreme track "Nihilist". It starts off with some wierd windy sounding thing. Then it progresses into a grinding song with a few solos. The thing about this song is it has the most annoying drums ever. The next track "I Hate" starts off with a man who says "I hate you.". Then it jumps straight into the song with 10 seconds of riffs followed by a solo and fast paced riffs and drums then another solo and it pretty much continues along that pattern. Next we have "The Sharing of Thoughts With The Dead". It starts with a solo followed by another solobeing backed by a scream, which leads into a riff followed by a solo. Then you have some riffage for a while then another solo followed by the end of the song.
Next we have "The Temple of Rancid Filth". It starts off with a man saying "I am the killer of children. It then jumps into the song which starts with some short solos followed by riffs. Then the vocals start and after that the song statys at pretty much the same rate. Next we have "Vermithrax". It starts with a short growl. The riffs are melded perfect and the drums aren't bothersome. Then when the riffs change the song starts getting better. After that everything flows together perfectly. Next we have "Vile Pleasures of Transfiguration". It starts straight off with riffs and vocals and all. After a bit of that we get a solo and the riffs change for the rest ofthe song.
Next we have "Raping Ground". It starts off with a smaple from the Evil Dead II I think. Then it jumps into the song followed by some vocals and it continues on that pattern. Then we have the songs "When The Demons Come" and "Manhead". These two songs are my least liked songs on this album.They follow the same pattern as the other songs, but just don't sound to good.. Then we have "Forced Osculum Infame". It follows the same pattern as all the other songs, but its good unlike the two previou tracks.
Overall this album is perfect except for two songs that aren't bad, but just don't fit with the rest.