Blood for the Master is the fifth studio album by American blackened death metal band Goatwhore. Ben Falgoust – vocals. Sammy Duet – backing vocals, guitar. James Harvey – backing vocals, bass. Zack Simmons – drums. Erik Rutan – production, guitar solo on intro to "Embodiment of This Bitter Chaos". Brian Elliott – additional engineering. Robert Coldwell – additional engineering. Jordan Barlow – artwork.
Blood for the Master. Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Black Thrash Goatwhore. Liste des groupes Black Thrash Goatwhore Blood for the Master. Ajouter un fichier audio. Nom du groupe Goatwhore. Nom de l'album Blood for the Master. Date de parution 13 Fevrier 2012. Labels Metal Blade Records. Produit par. Enregistré à Mana Recording Studios. Style MusicalBlack Thrash. Membres possèdant cet album46. 1. Collapse in Eternal Worth. If you take the time to read the script of Blood for the Master, the fifth album by New Orleans death metal quartet Goatwhore, you might be intimidated. True to stylistic expectations, these 10 songs are indeed rife with deicide, genocide, apocalypse, upheaval, bloodshed, and biting.
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With their fifth album, Blood for the Master, Goatwhore do just that, delivering another album of relentless and refined blackened death metal that speaks volumes about the band's level of craftsmanship. Every element of the album is airtight, and it's from this highly fortified position that the band are able to launch and all-out metal assault, digging into their arsenal of thrash, death, and black metal riffage to destroy the eardrums of anyone they come across.
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Blood for the Master is the fifth studio album by American blackened death metal band Goatwhore.
Blood for the Master continues in the same direction as 2009’s Carving Out the Eyes of God but feels a bit more intense and well thought out. It hits like a nuclear howitzer from Hades with thirty-eight minutes of face melting ugliness and malevolent swagger. There are lots of nods to the classic Bay Area thrash sound, some black n’ roll, classic death riffing and ice-cold, hyper-kinetic trem-abuse. While this ends up more of a thrash album than a black or death metal opus, it retains enough of an icy black heart to keep most frowners frowning happily (is that possible?). While it doesn’t differ much from what Skeletonwitch has done on the past few albums, its harder, meaner and way more convincing. Goatwhore isn’t re-writing any books on metal or doing anything unique, but their frantic, blitzkrieg approach to black/death is a winning recipe with loads of cajun awesome sauce. Release date: February 14th, 2012. Catalog ID: 3984-15075-2. September 22nd, 2012. Read 70%. Asag Asakku.