Goatblood - Veneration of Armageddon


Veneration of Armageddon

Cat.-Nr: DP065

Origin: Germany
Genre: Death/Black
Format: CD
EAN: 0662425084098


1. Joseph`s Brain (ἀ) 02:07
2. Shred the Threat 01:16
3. Necroromantic Lovers 02:21
4. Congregation of Suicidal Ceremony 01:43
5. Excretion in a Red Burst 02:09
6. Last Siege of Jerusalem 02:08
7. Bum of Bethlehem 02:01
8. Goatland Rules Supreme 01:41
9. Mary`s Happy Enema 02:07
10. Grueling Forces Fisting Jesus 01:53
11. Lamb Hymen Virgin Booster 01:54
12. Sexcraving Witchcunt 02:32
13. Collapse of Shitbowl Earth 01:51
14. Ultimate Meltdown Imminent 02:12
15. Satan Fucks the Universe 01:20
16. Serpent of Nod 02:37
17. Anorexic Goatchick 02:16
18. Magda`s Blood (Ὠ) 02:00

Total 36:15

Set to be released blasphemously on Christmas Eve 2016, DUNKELHEIT PRODUKTIONEN is proud to present the highly anticipated second album of Germany's GOATBLOOD, Veneration of Armageddon. For the past five years, this chains- and bullet-bedecked power-trio have been polluting the metal underground with their belligerent brand of bestial black/death. A handful of demos as well as a split were vomited forth before GOATBLOOD's momentous debut album, Adoration of War and Blasphemy, in 2015. Ever aptly titled, Adoration of War and Blasphemy soundly put  the band on the international map, and proved that new, gnarly twists can be made to the rigorous bestial metal template.

Alas, with a few more ensuing splits, time has come for the second GOATBLOOD album, equally aptly titled Veneration of Armageddon. If Adoration of War and Blasphemy pushed the envelope and punished the (un)willing listener, then Veneration of Armageddon gleefully takes that garish assault one step further. Across 18 tracks in a swift 'n' salacious 37 minutes, GOATBLOOD explode forth with a pulsing, pestilent savagery from which there is no reprieve. It's dank and disgusting, dungeon-toned and treacherous, whipping the listener into a hellish, hallucinogenic trance. And yet, for however unrelenting all these songs are, Veneration of Armageddon retains a rare, ever-elusive catchiness, GOATBLOOD here nodding as much to nascent grindcore like early Blood, Extreme Noise Terror, and Doom as they do Blasphemy, Beherit, and Archgoat. In other words, it's simply everything that ingratiated

Adoration of War and Blasphemy to the dieharder faithful, but taken to more extremes - and extremely memorable, in the process. Desecrate the birth of a bastard hobo with Veneration of Armageddon! (Text by Nathan Birk)