God Dethroned - _Bloody Blasphemy_
(Metal Blade, 1999)
by: Adrian Bromley (9 out of 10)
If you hate Jesus, religion, priests, churches, the Bible and all things else related to Christianity, then you'll totally fall in love with the work of Holland's powerful black/death metal quartet God Dethroned. Fuck, if you like good fast-paced, well executed numbers with a lot of speed and crunch to it, God Dethroned is your band. From the totally powerful opening number of "Serpent King" to "Boiling Blood", "Under the Golden Wings of Death" and finally the album closer (and title track) "Bloody Blasphemy", God Dethroned's crusade to shit on anything religious is loud and clear. Riffs of breakneck speed and vocals that'll scare the willy out of your neighbours are abundant here and it's no wonder this band is plagued by religious groups and government agencies in their hometown and other European cities. All in the name of God Dethroned, my friends. This album not only kicks Jesus' ass, but our asses too. May God Dethroned have mercy on your soul.

(article published 7/7/1999)

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