Monday, November 8, 2010

Deathspell Omega - Paracletus

Have You Beheld the Fevers?

Deathspell Omega - Paracletus

A good friend of mine already posted it over on his blog, found here, and he is a far better writer than I, so enjoy.

"The chaotic riffing of Fas, the motif structure of both Kénôse and Chaining the Katechon and the interludes of Si Monumentum Requires, Circumspice, that's how the final chapter of the trilogy, Paracletus, sounds like, with an added complexity result of the natural evolution of a band that has remained in almost complete secrecy since their inception. Words alone can't explain how good this album is.

The Holy Ghost, the explicit reference on the album's title, is evoked in the album cover as a deformed black beast with thousand of tentacles and born from the above fire, Deathspell Omega exposes this true nature in a lyrical and musical frenzy, taking aback the listener in this revealing journey through chaos. The summarizing of their enlightning message comes with the final words of this album:

You were seeking strength, justice, splendour! You were seeking love!
Here is the pit, here is your pit! Its name is SILENCE…

Download it here [320]"

1.Epiklesis I01:42
2.Wings of Predation03:43
6.Epiklesis II03:06
8.Have you Beheld the Fevers?02:59
9.Devouring Famine05:09
10.Apokatastasis Pantôn04:01
Total playing time42:34

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