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Internecine - The Book Of Lambs (7,5/10) - USA - 2002

Genre: Death Metal
Label: Hammerheart
Playing time: 33:49
Band homepage: -

Tracklist:

  1. The Elder Gods
  2. Ceremonies Of Deceit (Effulgence Rituals)
  3. … For Thee I Bleed
  4. Hallowed Guidance
  5. Inverted
  6. Encrypting The Vehemence
  7. Divinity
  8. Hymns Of Sanctity
  9. The Calling Of The Hordes
Internecine - The Book Of Lambs
This is an album with a terrific line-up! INTERNECINE is in fact the solo project of Jared Anderson, who is none other than the new singer and bass player in MORBID ANGEL, and who has already been in HATE ETERNAL for a long time.

In addition to his activities in those two bands, he has been able to take the time to write those nine tracks, that he has recorded under the direction of Erik Rutan (also in MORBID ANGEL and HATE ETERNAL, and who plays some solos on this album), and in the company of the two drummers Derek Roddy (HATE ETERNAL once again) and Tony Laureano (ANGEL CORPSE, NILE, GOD DETHRONED…). Nice people then. And of course, considering all the pre-cited bands, INTERNECINE can only but sound like MORBID ANGEL of course!

OK, it's a kind of different MORBID ANGEL, but anyway that's the main influence on this violent Death Metal-album, hyper technical and hyper fast. So you know what to expect: if you already have every album of MORBID ANGEL, DIABOLIC and so on, maybe INTERNECINE will not give you any new sensations. But it's still worth checking out!

Thomas Bonnicel



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