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 Goreaphobia - Apocalyptic Necromancy CD Review

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Apocalyptic Necromancy

Dark Descent Records

Philadelphia’s first death metal band, Goreaphobia are back with an album that will be a classic! Apocalyptic Necromancy has twelve tracks of darkly twisted intensity that will leave you begging for more! Formed originally in 1988, the band has been through several line-up changes, yet has always maintained their core sound. This album features Chris Gamble on Vocals and Bass, Alex Bouks on Guitar, Jim Roe on Drums, and VJS on guitar. Gritty vocals, power slamming riffs, blazing solos, thunderous bass, and drumming that will beat you senseless! Goreaphobia is definitely a professor at the University of Death Metal, and are poised to give every listener a maters degree in diseased gore! The production on this CD is excellent, with all of the instruments cutting through well. Recorded, mixed, and mastered by drummer Jim Roe, this album is a testimony to his skills and proves that d.y.i. does work! The track list for Apocalyptic Necromancy is:

1.Apocalyptic Necromancy
2.Xurroth Rreeth N’ves Helm
3.The Attractor
4.Void of the Larva Queen
5.Shroud of Hyena
6.Footpaths in the Vortex of Doom
7.Darkstar Dementia
8.Igigi Reactor
9.Totem of the Vulture
10.Sigil on Death’s Hand
11.White Wind Spectre
12.Rust Worms and the Noxious Fevers They Bring

Fans old and new will find this album to their satisfaction as it displays Goreaphobia’s technical prowess, and a high level of maturity in their song writing. Apocalyptic Necromancy nods its head towards the bands old school roots with groove-oriented riffing, yet show a level a brutality that only comes with experience!

Bobby Weaver

August 3, 2011

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Goreaphobia - Apocalyptic Necromancy CD Review :: Comments

Re: Goreaphobia - Apocalyptic Necromancy CD Review
Post on Thu Jun 28, 2012 1:44 am by Brutiful_ViXn
Great interview .. time to go take a listen to the album Wink
Re: Goreaphobia - Apocalyptic Necromancy CD Review
Post on Thu Jun 28, 2012 1:03 pm by Sludgedude
Actually this is a cd review and not an interview. I'll learn ya yet!

Last edited by Brutiful_ViXn on Thu Jun 28, 2012 2:51 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : Fixed it up a bit LOL)
Re: Goreaphobia - Apocalyptic Necromancy CD Review
Post on Thu Jun 28, 2012 2:46 pm by Guest
<3 that pic!
Re: Goreaphobia - Apocalyptic Necromancy CD Review
Post on Thu Jun 28, 2012 2:51 pm by Brutiful_ViXn

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