Suffer Roots - Trip Of Possession mp3 album
- Performer: Suffer Roots
- Title: Trip Of Possession
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: VQF MP1 VOX AU AA FLAC RA
- Released: 1994
- Style: Death Metal, Thrash
- MP3 album: 1715 mb
- FLAC album: 1894 mb
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 190
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Suffer is the third album by American punk rock band Bad Religion, released on the Californian independent record label Epitaph Records on September 8, 1988. It was the first album that was both released and distributed by the label. Following the release of the EP Back to the Known (1985), Bad Religion went on a temporary hiatus, then reunited with its original members (except drummer Jay Ziskrout) and went to work on its first full-length studio album in five years.
Concept and lyrics by Randy Butman All music by Paths of Possession. Suffer the faces fallen To wounds that will not heal Blackened ages rape the dawn. Plead for you perishing. I cannot let you end Until you've learned the horror of these things.
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Spawn of Possession has been crushing skulls since they released their first demo in 2000. After hearing their older material, the biggest thing that I can say about Spawn of Possession is that they have grown and matured like no other tech death band has before; and that’s saying a lot because their music was already matured by the time they released their debut full-length. Incurso seems to have something that I haven’t seen in very many other bands before. In this album, Spawn of Possession seem to have a lot of that crazy guitar shredding in the mid-ranges instead of the higher notes (which they still do). But the guitars aren’t hogging all the technicality; the drums and bass are on a path of their own!
Five years is certainly a long time to wait in-between album releases, but when your material is as daunting, dense and brutal as Spawn of Possession’s Incurso, it makes complete sense. The band’s previous effort, the stunning Noctambulant, certainly lit a fire underneath the technical death metal community; further expanding their hyperspeed sound with a more crisp sounding mix and an even more progressive approach to their songwriting. Hell, I’ll be honest – Sour Flow is one of the most incredible songs I’ve heard in the genre. Incurso isn’t going to be an album for passive listeners, even in the extreme metal community. This is fifty-two minutes of incredibly demanding riffage, most of which turns and changes at the drop of a hat. Sections of songs are rarely repeated, guitar riffs change at a second’s notice, and standard rules of music theory and structure are essentially abandoned.
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- Bass – Michael Kollatschny
- Drums – Mario Waldowski
- Guitar – Jan Oberg
- Music By, Lyrics By – Suffer Roots
- Vocals, Guitar – Daniel Cammarota