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Immolation ‘Kingdom Of Conspiracy’ stream and album review
Immolation are streaming their new album ‘Kingdom Of Conspiracy’ exclusively with Terrorizer.
The latest full length from the New York death metal veterans is out 13 May via Nuclear Blast but you can stream it in full right here and read Mike Kemp’s review of the album from Terrorizer 235 below.
Now entering their 25th year of existence, it would appear that Immolation are still no closer to accepting Jesus Christ as their lord and saviour. Granted, recent albums have seen the New York stalwarts ease off somewhat on the anti-religious shtick, but whatever topic Ross Dolan happens to be growling about, there’s always been something palpably demonic about the band’s dark and dissonant death metal. Album number nine is (surprise, surprise) no exception, packed as it is with vicious blasts, steamrolling low-end, wailing solos, and those all-important twisted, angular riffs. And while some might criticise the band for their blatant ‘If it ain’t broke…’ mentality, ‘Kingdom Of Conspiracy’ is nevertheless another solid entry in Immolation’s ungodly oeuvre.
[3/5] MIKE KEMP