Burial - Divinity Through Eradication CD 2019

































Burial - Divinity Through Eradication
Pathologically Explicit Recordings CD 2019
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01 God of Defilement 06:38    
02 Pale Shade of Humanity 03:13    
03 Divinity Through Eradication 06:30    
04 Human Menagerie 03:51    
05 Choked 03:08    
06 Blasphamous Penetration 02:19    
07 Decapitate 05:02    
08 Bred to Kill 03:48


Devin Doherty - Vocals
Nick Lecrenski - Guitars
Bill Northrup - Guitars
Ryan Murphy - Bass
John Glassbrenner - Drums


BURIAL Keep Bringing the Brutality, Keeping everything really moving and more impactful. Also it's quite Refreshing to hear BDM with drums that don't totally rely on intense Blastbeats for the entire song, not that there isn't pleny of Blasts, just it's more Tastefully used. untuk kalian Metalhead Generasi 90'an, materi album pertama " Enlightened with Pain " pada era ke-emasan label seperti Lost Disciple Records, nama band asal Westfield, Massachusetts, US, BURIAL bukan sesuatu yang asing di telinga, debutan full album " Enlightened with Pain " sukses jadi salah satu Inovator Death Metal menjadi lebih berat bahkan makin menggilas setelah sukses lewat Moodbooster EP " Mourning the Millennium " memulai sejarah awal band sejak terbentuk tahun 1995. Plenty of Death Chugs and Groovy Slams before it was overtly stupid and simplified, lots of meaty chunky riffs, pounding constant double bass, some interesting tremolo riff sections that don't wear out their welcome. memiliki jeda yang lumayan panjang sejak 9 tahun, Burial melepas kembali Album ke-2 " Divinity Through Eradication " via Metal Wrestling Alliance Records tahun 2009, menjadi penampilan perdana Vocalis Devin Doherty yang banyak memberi komentar karakter vocalnya seperti era Joe Ptacek- nya Broken Hope, sekaligus Band tersebut memberi banyak sekali pengaruh kepada Burial. " Divinity Through Eradication " jadi materi formasi ke-2 yang hanya menyisakan vocalis Devin Doherty tetep survive menjaga karakteristik band seperti kita masih mendengarkan 2 rilisan awal Burial. dan kali ini Gw pengen mengulas versi baru dari " Divinity Through Eradication " rilisan Pathologically Explicit Recordings. informasinya Burial telah melakukan Rekaman ulang masih dengan formasi aslinya, namun dengan penampilan Sound yang lebih menggigit dan mengoyak kuping, serta 1 lagu yang ternyata masih tidak bergeser dari materi Album ke-2 versi fresh ini. Especially banget untuk kalian pengagum setia in the vein OSDM Cannibal Corpse, Broken Hope, Incantation, Deicide hingga Baphomet. BDM renyah dengan sentuhan partikular Groovy Slam ciamik. Are you keep ready for the beast track for its constant style shifts when it goes from Grooves to Blasting and even to one of the Greatest breakdowns in DM history in the final 90 seconds of the tracks? Highly recommend more people give this album a chance and give it the credit its due. All hail Burial!

Most of the music on display here is relatively midpaced but still givin the Brutality Aesthetic, and That's the beast thing about this record: it makes you bang your god damn head to the awesome Grooves ! bagi kalian yang sempat mendengarkan versi pertamanya mungkin lebih bisa compare dengan versi baru ini. Gimana Burial seperti sedang dituntut deal dengan tradisi era hari ini, terutama pada Tasty Sounding yang crunchy, Devin Doherty Gw anggap telah berhasil menyambung nafas ke-2 band tetap terjaga orisinilitas-nya dengan memilih orang-orang yang tepat. versi rekaman awal dikerjakan di 7th Hour Studios, Rensselaer, NY, dan versi baru ini digarap di Crunchmaker Studio dan The Riff Pantry dengan masih menggandeng Mike Menocker dibelakang penggarapannya. Seperti yang Gw bilang sebelumnya, mendengarkan track pertama " God of Defilement ", Burial sengaja menambahkan penggalan versi awal (yang masih Raw) dan materi rekaman yang baru kemudian .... BLAAARRRR !!! .... the Deepest of the Old school death metal era Reincarnated into Modern Touching ! Damn Mother Fucker ! I FUCKIN LOVE IT !!! ... penampilan sounding yang lebih clear dan main Pro jelas beda banget dengan sebelumnya, Gw jamin kalian penikmat DM langsung jatuh cinta deh... apalagi Karakter vocalis Devin Doherty makin terdengar Guttural banget, seperti Gw mendengarkan lagi Matti Way menggeram di Disgorge era " Cranial Impalement ". His vocal style is a mix of Indecipherable deep growls and grunting low pitched pig squeals, seeming all of it quite difficult to come out of a human throat. meskipun komposisinya masih asli Old School, Produksi Rekaman ulang iki bikin perut makin moncer, Penampilan Burial masih terjaga penuh kualitasnya ! mungkin inilah alasan ketidak puasan Burial ketika opsi harga matinya untuk merekam ulang materi yang bagi mereka jadi Monumen kekejaman musikal era baru Burial. letupan Sound musik yang berat dengan birama aransemen standard memang beberapa kali mudah ditebak pembawaannya yang secara teratur mengingatkan penggabungan typical Cannibal Corpse, Broken Hope, Incantation, Deicide hingga Baphomet. " Pale Shade of Humanity " tidak kalah garang bagi Burial selalu wajib dan agresif menguliti fuckin poser. komposisi-nya memang Catchy dan tidak berlalu berlarut dengan teknik-teknik yang membosankan, namun lebih tepat kepada sasaran bagaimana menggilas persepsi jadi makin gila lagi. It makes fairly regular use of bass alone segments, arguably about 4 times as frequently as Cannibal Corpse ever has, though the segments are generally a reflection of the simplistic doom character of the riffs and whatever fill flash is found it generally reserved to the guitars. Guitar solos are used a bit more Sparingly than the obligatory Slayer inspired fair heard out of Florida bands. meski terkadang Gw masih terlalu merindukan bagaimana Sound dari era 90 adalah tetap yang terbaik, tidak dipungkiri Gw harus lebih bisa menerima perkembangannya, begitu juga mungkin dengan Burial, namun harus bagaimana lagi? " Divinity Through Eradication " terpilih memang lebih intens mewakili hampir kesemua materi, seperti Induk, track ini jika bisa berbicara, adalah rangkungan keseluruhan materi pokoknya. style OSDM 90'an banget mengingat materi ini sendiri memang sudah ditulis sepanjang tahun 2000. My basic line of thought is that the genre's absolute core goals are exceptionally low, and exceptionally easy to achieve. Despite the hyper atmospheric minimalism of many retro OSDM bands, the original stuff was usually pretty numbskulled and just wanted to pound you over the head with riffs and weight. You very rarely had to deal with riffless, meandering slogs of overwrought drivel, instead you'd almost always get a high riff count with plenty of tempo changes, plenty of Headbangable parts, a nice thick and suitably sharp production and some angry Grunted it was an inherently tolerable sound. This was pretty damned easy to pull off really, bands didn't need to be hugely inventive, skilled or rich to execute this uniquely simple idea at least somewhat competently, and even then bands which fucked it up kinda made them sound a little different and exciting compared to the massive armies of competent OSDM cannon fodder. buat kalian yang ingin lebih mengenal estetika bermain DM dari era 90-an, materi Burial adalah yang sangat kalian cari, begitu juga dengan lagu " Human Menagerie ", masih menjadi alur yang tidak akan pernah berhenti saat naluri makin berani bicara tentang kekejaman musikal. " Choked ", secara intens makin menampilkan kualitas formasi yang sekali lagi bagi Devin Doherty telah menghidupkan kembali reinkarnasi ke-2. duet saling mengisi antara gitaris Nick Lecrenski dan Bill Northrup, tetap kondusif memberikan provokasi bagi penampilan drummer John Glassbrenner selalu dengan eksplorasi powerfully dan gila-gilaan. certainly stick to abusing the bottom string and clunking out grooving, moshable riffs in alarming numbers. I guess it could be compared to the sort of beatdown hardcore inspired stuff from New York, but US DM never seems quite so pissed off, instead aiming to be just heavy, catchy and Groovy. It's a little bit of a hit and miss style as is, since it demands quite a lot in the way of pure riff composition skill and a nice production job to help carry such simple, reasonably non Atmospheric music. selalu Impresif dan Powerfully untuk track faforite Gw " Blasphamous Penetration ", entah racun apa yang Burial suntikkan pada track ini, sehingga memiliki daya magis bagi audience untuk merespon-nya dengan keep Headbangin act. " Decapitate " masih menyematkan pemicu ledakan dasyat berikutnya tanpa mengatur sebuah perimeter-nya, dan selamat menikmati setiap Ledakan distorsi mematikan ! The band speeds up on a semi-frequent basis, but really the riffing styles never change too Drastically from bottom string plonking which neuters any sort of Visceral momentum created by the blasts. I'd be surprised if the band used more than two strings for the whole damn album, and since they have absolutely no talent when it comes to writing meaty, imposing or catchy riffs that's a hell of a problem. This drags like hell even on the faster songs. membedakan dari rekaman dan produksi tahun 2009, pada setlist akhir, Burial menambahkan 1 lagu baru yang direkam secara bersamaan pada rekaman ulang materi ini, " Bred to Kill ", tidak banyak mengalami perubahan yang fundamental, karena Burial cukup Idealis dan keras dengan konsep yang mereka yakini, This is Burial ! Maybe, There are no interesting riffs, there is no energy, the production makes everything even more tedious, there are no good hooks, there is no atmosphere, there are no variations in approach or sound. There is nothing. This isn't like one of those occasions where I use some hyperbole and just ignore a few examples on the contrary since they're sparse exceptions, there is literally not a single one of any of those things at any moment, but this is New Hive fuckin killer machine !

Overall, There is more Structure, more flow, and most importantly more bass! Burial albums may not be the only DM albums that matter, but they are certainly classics. This particular album is good as hell and heavy as shit with no decline in skill over the years and are one of the few bands to get better with time! Burial tetap konsis membuktikan lewat " Divinity Through Eradication " dan, sampai batas tertentu, album ini juga masih melakukan pendekatan mereka terhadap penulisan lagu yang tidak mudah basi dan tidak kompeten, hampir sepenuhnya membatalkan segala jenis riff atau melodi yang dapat ditambahkan ke album ini. Setiap lagu memiliki formula yang menendang sekali. Burial sound with some semi Breakdowns throughout with bass lines that add character to the song. Burial solo guitar proves to be nothing less than fucking brilliant,  whilst Nick Lecrenski and Bill Northrup is, as usual, dominating with rhythmic euphoria. Devin Doherty vocals are an underground Inhuman growl that matches the music very Brutality. selain materi produksi yang berbeda dari sebelumnya, ternyata art cover awal karya Earl Smith telah di re-make lebih cool lagi oleh Five Milligrams. meski masterpiece Burial " Enlightened with Pain " saat ini sudah menginjak usia ke 10, namun Kharisma-nya masih sangat terasakan di " Divinity Through Eradication " yang dikemas lebih Freshly. After being off the scene for over a decade and seeing the world of DM change rather dramatically, the old Beast decided to give it another go and reformed with a new member and a largely newer instrumental lineup, and a new sound that may be somewhat unrecognizable to most older fans of this band, though fairly familiar to anyone who has been following where the more extreme Fringes of death metal have ended up deemed it fit to bring back this Monolith of DM and brought the fans a admirable new album to showcase their potential, Ultimately it could've used a little bit more tweaking, but it's a refreshing listen, and worthy of your time, especially if you find yourself listening to the more Brutal side of DM regularly.

REVIEW IN ENGLISH

BURIAL Keep Bringing the Brutality, Keeping everything really moving and more impactful. Also it's quite Refreshing to hear BDM with drums that don't totally rely on intense Blastbeats for the entire song, not that there isn't pleny of Blasts, just it's more Tastefully used. for you Metalhead Generation 90s, the material for the first album was "Enlightened with Pain" in the era of the label as Lost Disciple Records, the name of the band from Westfield, Massachusetts, US, BURIAL is not something foreign to the ear, debut full album "Enlightened with Pain "succeeded in becoming one of the Death Metal Innovators to be heavier and even more crushed after the success through Moodbooster EP" Mourning the Millennium "began the band's early history since it's formation in 1995. Plenty of Death Chugs and Groovy Slams before it was overtly stupid and simplified, lots of meaty chunky riffs, pounding constant double bass, some interesting tremolo riff sections that don't wear out their welcome. has had a fairly long pause since 9 years, Burial released its second album "Divinity Through Eradication" via Metal Wrestling Alliance Records in 2009, becoming the first appearance of Vocalist Devin Doherty who commented on his vocals like Broken Hope's Joe Ptacek era, at the same time the band gave a lot of influence to Burial. "Divinity Through Eradication" became the second formation material which only left vocalist Devin Doherty still surviving to maintain the characteristics of the band as we still listened to 2 early releases of Burial. and this time I want to review the new version of "Divinity Through Eradication" release Pathologically Explicit Recordings. Burial's information has been re-recorded still in it's original formation, but with a sound appearance that more bite and tear ears, and one song that apparently still does not shift from the material to the fresh version of the 2nd album. Especially for you admirers loyal to the vein of OSDM Cannibal Corpse, Broken Hope, Incantation, Deicide to Baphomet. BDM is crisp with a special touch of Groovy Slam awesome. Are you keep ready for the beast track for its constant style shifts when it goes from Grooves to Blasting and even to one of the Greatest breakdowns in DM history in the final 90 seconds of the tracks? Highly recommend more people give this album a chance and give it the credit its due. All hail Burial!

Most of the music on display here is relatively midpaced but still givin the Brutality Aesthetic, and That's the beast thing about this record: it makes you bang your god damn head to the awesome Grooves ! for those of you who had time to listen to the first version, it might be more comparable with this new version. How Burial is like being demanded by a deal with today's tradition, especially on the crunchy Tasty Sounding, Devin Doherty I think has succeeded in breathing the two bands while maintaining originality by choosing the right people. the earliest recorded versions were done at 7th Hour Studios, Rensselaer, NY, and this new version was worked on at Crunchmaker Studio and The Riff Pantry by still holding Mike Menocker behind the production. As I said before, listening to the first track "God of Defilement", Burial intentionally added fragments of the initial version (which is still Raw) and recording material that was new later .... BLAAARRRR !!! .... the Deepest of the Old school death metal era Reincarnated into Modern Touching ! Damn Mother Fucker ! I FUCKIN LOVE IT !!! ... the appearance of sounding sounds that are more clear and playing Pro is clearly very different from before, I guarantee you DM lovers immediately fall in love ... moreover the vocalist Devin Doherty's character sounds really Guttural, like I heard again Matti Way growling at Disgorge era "Cranial Impalement" . His vocal style is a mix of Indecipherable deep growls and grunting low pitched pig squeals, seeming all of it quite difficult to come out of a human throat. even though the composition is still authentic Old School, the production of re-recordings makes the stomach more monotonous, the Burial appearance is still full of quality! maybe this is the reason for Burial dissatisfaction when the death price option is to re-record the material for them to be a monument to Burial's new era of musical cruelty. pop music The heavy music with a standard arrangement is indeed a number of times easily guessed which is regularly reminded of the merging of typical Cannibal Corpse, Broken Hope, Incantation, Deicide to Baphomet. "Pale Shade of Humanity" is no less fierce for Burial always obligatory and aggressively skinning fuckin poser. the composition is Catchy and does not go on with boring techniques, but it is more appropriate to the target of how to crush perceptions to become even more crazy. It makes fairly regular use of bass alone segments, arguably about 4 times as frequently as Cannibal Corpse ever has, though the segments are generally a reflection of the simplistic doom character of the riffs and whatever fill flash is found it generally reserved to the guitars. Guitar solos are used a bit more Sparingly than the obligatory Slayer inspired fair heard out of Florida bands. although sometimes I still miss too much how the Sound of the 90 era is still the best, no doubt I have to be more receptive to its development, so it might be with Burial, but what else should I do? The chosen "Divinity Through Eradication" is indeed more intense representing almost all material, such as the Parent, this track if it can speak, is the sum of the whole subject matter. the OSDM 90's style really remembers this material itself already written throughout 2000. My basic line of thought is that the genre's absolute core goals are exceptionally low, and exceptionally easy to achieve. Despite the hyper atmospheric minimalism of many retro OSDM bands, the original stuff was usually pretty numbskulled and just wanted to pound you over the head with riffs and weight. You very rarely had to deal with riffless, meandering slogs of overwrought drivel, instead you'd almost always get a high riff count with plenty of tempo changes, plenty of Headbangable parts, a nice thick and suitably sharp production and some angry Grunted it was an inherently tolerable sound. This was pretty damned easy to pull off really, bands didn't need to be hugely inventive, skilled or rich to execute this uniquely simple idea at least somewhat competently, and even then bands which fucked it up kinda made them sound a little different and exciting compared to the massive armies of competent OSDM cannon fodder. for those of you who want to get to know DM's aesthetics from the 90s, Burial material is what you are looking for, as well as the song "Human Menagerie", it is still a plot that will never stop when instincts dare to talk about musical cruelty. "Choked", intensely displays the quality of the formation which once again for Devin Doherty has revived the 2nd reincarnation. duets fill each other between guitarists Nick Lecrenski and Bill Northrup, still conducive to provoking the appearance of drummer John Glassbrenner always with powerfully explorations and crazy. certainly stick to abusing the bottom string and clunking out grooving, moshable riffs in alarming numbers. I guess it could be compared to the sort of beatdown hardcore inspired stuff from New York, but US DM never seems quite so pissed off, instead aiming to be just heavy, catchy and Groovy. It's a little bit of a hit and miss style as is, since it demands quite a lot in the way of pure riff composition skill and a nice production job to help carry such simple, reasonably non Atmospheric music. always Impressive and Powerfully for the my favorite track "Blasphamous Penetration", whether the poison is burial injected on this track, so it has a magical power for the audience to respond to the Headbangin act. "Decapitate" still embeds the trigger of the next fierce explosion without setting a perimeter, and safely enjoy each explosion of deadly distortions! The band speeds up on a semi-frequent basis, but really the riffing styles never change too Drastically from bottom string plonking which neuters any sort of Visceral momentum created by the blasts. I'd be surprised if the band used more than two strings for the whole damn album, and since they have absolutely no talent when it comes to writing meaty, imposing or catchy riffs that's a hell of a problem. This drags like hell even on the faster songs. differentiating from recording and production in 2009, in the final setlist, Burial added 1 new song recorded simultaneously on this material re-recording, "Bred to Kill", did not undergo fundamental changes, because Burial was quite idealistic and hard with the concept they believe, This is Burial! Maybe, There are no interesting riffs, there is no energy, the production makes everything even more tedious, there are no good hooks, there is no atmosphere, there are no variations in approach or sound. There is nothing. This isn't like one of those occasions where I use some hyperbole and just ignore a few examples on the contrary since they're sparse exceptions, there is literally not a single one of any of those things at any moment, but this is New Hive fuckin killer machine !

Overall, There is more Structure, more flow, and most importantly more bass! Burial albums may not be the only DM albums that matter, but they are certainly classics. This particular album is good as hell and heavy as shit with no decline in skill over the years and are one of the few bands to get better with time! Burial tetap konsis membuktikan lewat " Divinity Through Eradication " and, to a certain extent, this album also still takes their approach to song writing that is not easily stale and incompetent, almost completely canceling any type of riff or melody that can be added to this album. Each song has a formula that kicks once. Burial sound with some semi Breakdowns throughout with bass lines that add character to the song. Burial solo guitar proves to be nothing less than fucking brilliant,  whilst Nick Lecrenski and Bill Northrup is, as usual, dominating with rhythmic euphoria. Devin Doherty vocals are an underground Inhuman growl that matches the music very Brutality. besides the production material that was different from before, it turned out that the earliest art cover by Earl Smith had been re-made even more cool by Five Milligrams. even though the Burial masterpiece "Enlightened with Pain" is now at the age of 10, but the Charisma is still very much felt in "Divinity Through Eradication" which is packed more Freshly. After being off the scene for over a decade and seeing the world of DM change rather dramatically, the old Beast decided to give it another go and reformed with a new member and a largely newer instrumental lineup, and a new sound that may be somewhat unrecognizable to most older fans of this band, though fairly familiar to anyone who has been following where the more extreme Fringes of death metal have ended up deemed it fit to bring back this Monolith of DM and brought the fans a admirable new album to showcase their potential, Ultimately it could've used a little bit more tweaking, but it's a refreshing listen, and worthy of your time, especially if you find yourself listening to the more Brutal side of DM regularly.


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