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Rebaelliun - Annihilation (7,5/10) - Brazil - 2001

Genre: Death Metal
Label: Hammerheart
Playing time: 38:02
Band homepage: Rebaelliun

Tracklist:

  1. Annihilation
  2. Rebel Souls Vengeance
  3. Steel Siege
  4. Red Spikes
  5. Unleash The Fire
  6. Unborn Consecration
  7. God Of A Burned Land
  8. Bringer Of War
  9. Defying The Plague
Rebaelliun - Annihilation
Please excuse me, but REBAELLIUN always sparked an image of a stupid rumpus-combo. And their newest effort starts out this way, pretty chaotic. The title-song is blasting along, with hectic riffing and growls that you start to back away in terror (great solos, btw). They seem to have grown even more extreme...

But already the second song "Rebel Souls Vengeance" shows that this chaos has order to it. REBAELLIUN are, more than ever, one of the most extreme acts of the Death Metal-scene. They are shredding and thrashing through their nine spawns of hell (songs sounds too tame) that it is almost not true anymore. But the songs have far more structure and class! They even have turned more melodic, if you still can speak of melody in these degrees of heaviness!

What really excites me is the energy, the aggression that this album oozes with. A fat "Arrrgh!" to Brazil, because technically this album is over the top!

I'll put this one in time and again to vent my anger. If I manage to stand it until the end is a different story! But grenades like "Steel Siege" and especially "Unborn Consecration" are perfect fodder for any Death Metal-fan

Ralf Henn



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