Harnessing Ruin songs Product Information
Harnessing Ruin album for sale by Immolation was released Mar 22, 2005 on the Olympic label. Almost uniquely within their generation, New York City's Immolation continue to battle against the constraints of their extreme genre, and have helped maintain exciting, inventive, and ever-evolving American death metal throughout the mid-2000s. Even without altering their basic, authentically brutal sound all that much from album to album, Immolation refuse to hide conveniently behind unfathomable depths of cavernous riffing and sub-guttural vocals to make up for a lack of what people in the know call "songwriting talent." Harnessing Ruin CD music contains a single disc with 9 songs. ...See Full Description
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Immolation - Harnessing Ruin Album Track Listing
|1||Swarm of Terror|
|2||Our Savior Sleeps|
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|3||Challenge the Storm|
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|5||Dead to Me|
|6||Son of Iniquity|
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|7||My Own Enemy|
|8||Crown the Liar|
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|9||At Mourning's Twilight|
Harnessing Ruin buy CD music Customer Reviews
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||Masterpiece, no less, no more|
I just don't understand why some mind closed death metallers say this album does not deserve any attention. yes, this MASTERPIECE (in capital letters) is not so brutal as unholy cult or close to a world below, but this is the Immolation┤s album with the darkest (and the best, of course) atmposphere, every song evolves you with a dense but merciless halo of darkness and mystery. and the lyrics are also very interesting. What can I say...another Immolation album, so , another (very) great album, refuse this masterpiece and consider you a "true brutal deathmetaller" (and I don┤t mean I hate brutal death metallers, because I am one of them!), or buy it and let your senses to fly above the flames of hell...
By Ventor (Madrid , Spain)
||BUY IT !|
Immolation isn't the fastest or heaviest or most technical DM band, but they can create amazing dark,gloomy atmosphere - and it's a proof that they are good composers. In my opinion Immolation is one of the best and original DM bands out there, and "harnessing ruin" is their most complete effort !
By Gniewo (Czaplinek, Polska)
||Their have a new mature sound|
I love this album.One of their best.You can apreciatte each track,cuz they are different. Amazing Death metal with better lyrics and a more mature songs than before..buy it!
By arar_13 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I agree with the other reviews. It isn't quite as dark and gloomy as previous Immolation albums, but certainly Does have it's moments, and gloomy riffs, which you will feel like you could revel in for hours instead of seconds. Their slight change in sound is NOT a sell-out or problem however. This is worth your 15 bucks or so, close to an hour of hardcore serious death metal, not for children. I still prefer "Here in after" but this is overall a HELL of a good album, along with "close to a world below" these guys are awesome, buy it...
By rommel7thpanzer (beverly hills CA)
||death metal starter kit|
a great death metal album. the singer actually doesn't sound like he is vomitting. enjoy
By hudson311 (Simi Valley, CA)
heard this album?
Harnessing Ruin songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6830164|
|Release Date||Mar 22, 2005|
|Recording Time||43 minutes||